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Best MBBS Colleges in Delhi - 2024 Fees, Admissions, NEET Cutoffs

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Q:   Can I study MBBS from AIIMS Delhi?

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First of all, AIIMS Delhi is the best Medical college in the country. It has consistently ranked 1 by the NIRF for the last 7 years from 2017 till 2023. So, clearly, one will be very lucky to fetch a seat in MBBS at AIIMS Delhi. Additionally, considering the amount of competition seen amongst the Medical aspirants for AIIMS Delhi, the question to surface commonly amongst the medical aspirants rather is- Will I get admission to AIIMS Delhi or not?

The ROI of AIIMS Delhi is incomparable. There's almost no fee to study MBBS at AIIMS Delhi. The total fees to study at India's no. 1 Medical institute is INR 6,865 for 5 years (including the hostel and mess charges). The highest salary package offered at AIIMS Delhi is INR 37.8 LPA, and the top 10% of employees earn over INR 15.28 LPA. Some of the other reasons include extravagant infrastructure, well-equipped laboratories, high-end technology, etc. Hence, studying in AIIMS Delhi is like a Dream Come True for the best of the best aspirants.

Q:   Is AIIMS Delhi easy to crack for MBBS?

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As per the details collated from various sources on the internet, a candidate should aim for at least 700+ to get into AIIMS New Delhi. According to last year’s data of NEET 2022, an aspirant scoring 650 marks had an AIR of around 4100. Also, with 650 marks, you have greater chances of getting an MBBS seat at AIIMS Jammu, and in the case of a reserved category, a candidate should aim for at least 675+. Tabulated below is the NEET UG Stray Vacancy Round closing ranks for AIIMS Delhi 2022 for the General category students:

Course

NEET Round 2 Closing Rank (General-All India) 2022

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

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Q:   What is the total cost of MBBS in AIIMS Delhi?

A: 

The total tuition fee for MBBS at AIIMS Delhi is INR 6,080. However, this information is sourced from the official website/ sanctioning body and is subject to change. fee payment is to be made in cash.

Students must note that cheques, drafts, money orders, etc. will not be accepted in any case and the extension of the date for payment of dues isn't permitted in any case. Other than the tuition fee, the institute charges a lot of other components in the total fee, such as registration charges, caution deposits, student union and laboratory fee. These components are over and above the tuition fee mentioned above. For details on all the components and the official fee breaks, check out the MBBS brochure available in the quick links section of the above article. 

Q:   Which college is best after AIIMS Delhi?

A: 

National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) ranks colleges every year. The ranking is based on various parameters and rankings change year on year depending on college universities and performances.

Following is a list of medical colleges in Delhi/NCR ranked by NIRF with the past three years:

College Name

NIRF 2020

NIRF 2022

NIRF 2023

All India Institute of Medical Sciences

1

1

1

Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital

18

19

14

Lady Hardinge Medical College

22

29

31

Maulana Azad Medical College

17

23

32

University College of Medical Sciences

30

28

36

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Q:   Which are the top government medical colleges in Delhi through NEET?

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There are about 12 MBBS colleges in Delhi. Out of which 7 are owned by the public sector. Below table showcasing list of public college with their annual fees:

College Name

Total Tuition Fee/Seats

Entrance Exam/Eligibility

All India Institute of Medical Sciences Admission

INR 6,100

Seats: 132

Entrance Exam: NEET

Eligibility: Class 12 with minimum 50% of aggregate.

Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital Admission

INR 1.6 lakh

Seats: 88

Entrance Exam: NEET

Eligibility: Class 12 with minimum 50% of aggregate.

Maulana Azad Medical College Admission

INR 11,000

Seats: 250

Entrance Exam: NEET

Eligibility: Class 12 with minimum 50% of aggregate.

Q:   What is the current scenario of NEET UG Counselling 2024?

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The NEET 2024 counselling process, including the important dates, is likely to be announced by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) tentatively by the first week of July 2024. Based on last year's trends, it is expected that the NEET counselling dates will be announced within a month of the declaration of the result. The NEET 2024 result is scheduled to be declared on June 14, 2024. 

It is expected that the NEET counselling process and steps will be the same as last year. The total number of rounds may vary based on the number of vacant seats.  

Q:   When will NEET 2024 counselling process begin?

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NEET 2024 counselling dates will be announced by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), tentatively on July 6, 2024, approximately a week after the declaration of the re-NEET 2024 result. Last year, the NEET counselling dates were released by MCC exactly after a month of the declaration of NEET result. The state medical authorities will conduct the counselling process for the 85 per cent state quota seats. The dates for counselling were different for the national level and state level admission processes. There will be four to six rounds of NEET counselling, which is the gateway for admission to medical and allied courses such as MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BUMS, BHMS, BSMS and BSc Nursing.  

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Q:   What was the schedule for NEET exam 2024?

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NEET or the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test involves various stages or events. The dates for each event are announced by the exam conducting body, National Testing Agency (NTA), in advance. The first and foremost stage is the announcement of the exam date. NTA conducted the exam date of NEET 2024 on May 5. However, owing to mismanagement in the exam and marking scheme, NTA will reconduct the exam on June 23, 2024, and the result will be declared on June 30, 2024. To elucidate better, the following table brings the sequence-wise events and the dates (official and tentative) of NEET.

Events

Dates 

NEET 2024 exam date announcement

September 19, 2023

NEET 2024 registration process

February 9, 2024, to March 16, 2024

April 9, 2024, to April 10, 2024

NEET 2024 application correction process

March 18, 2024, to March 20, 2024

April 11, 2024, to April 15, 2024 (second phase)

NEET 2024 advance intimation to exam city slip

April 24, 2024

NEET 2024 admit card

May 2, 2024

June 20, 2024 (retest-tentative date)

NEET 2024 exam date

May 5, 2024

June 23, 2024 (retest)

NEET 2024 answer key release

May 30, 2024

NEET 2024 result and final answer key

June 4, 2024

June 30, 2024 (retest)

 

Q:   Who conducts NEET counselling?

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The NEET counselling is segregated into two categories, central or national, and state counselling. The central counselling for NEET is conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee or MCC. The NEET counselling process conducted by MCC is for the admission to the 15 per cent All India Quota (AIQ) seats. On the other hand, State Authorities or the Education Department of various states conduct NEET state counselling for the 85 per cent state quota seats. MCC conducts the NEET counselling for MBBS BDS and B.Sc. Nursing courses. On the other hand, the State Counselling Authorities conduct the admission process for MBBS BDS BAMS, BHMS, and other medical or allied courses.

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