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Best Medical/ MBBS Colleges in Mumbai 2024

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Q:   How many MBBS colleges are there in Mumbai?

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There are only 8 MBBS colleges in Mumbai. Out of which,  3 colleges are owned by Public/government and the rest 1 is owned by Private sector. Lokmanaya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Grant Medical College, KJ Somaiya Medical College, MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai, and many more are the top Medical colleges in Mumbai. 

Q:   What is MBBS fees in Mumbai?

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It is estimated that studying MBBS in Mumbai is expensive. About 6 colleges have their total course fee > INR 5 lakh. Refer to the table below shows the fee range of the number of colleges:

Fee Range

Number of Colleges

INR 3-5 lakh

1 (Swami Ramanand Teerth Rural Medical College)

> INR 5 lakh

6 (Indian Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Vendantaa Institute of Medical Sciences, etc. (

Q:   What is the fees of MBBS in KJ Somaiya?

A: 

The below table shows the list of colleges with their total tuition fees:

Private Colleges

Total Tuition Fee/Seats

Entrance Exam/Eligibility Criteria

KJ Somaiya College

INR 46 lakh

Seats: 100

Entrance Exam: NEET, Maharashtra NEET

Eligibility: Class 12 with minimum 50% aggregate.

Q:   Which is the No 1 college for MBBS in Mumbai?

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There are about 13 MBBS colleges in Mumbai. The best MBBS colleges in Mumbai are tabulated below: 

College Name

Total Tuition Fee/Seats

Entrance Exam/Eligibility

Padmashree Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Mumbai Admission

INR 1.2 Cr.

Seats: 50

Entrance Exam: NEET

Eligibility: Class 12 with minimum 50% of aggregate.

KJ Somaiya Medical College Admission

INR 56.3 lakh

Seats: 100

Entrance Exam: NEET

Eligibility: Class 12 with minimum 50% of aggregate.

MGM Institute of Health Sciences Admission

INR 91 lakh

Seats: 300

Entrance Exam: NEET

Eligibility: Class 12 with minimum 50% of aggregate.

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Q:   What are the top 3 medical colleges of Maharashtra?

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The top 3 medical colleges in Maharashtra are tabulated below with their total tuition fee, seat intake, entrance exam and eligibility:

College Name

Total Tuition Fee/Seat Intake

Entrance Exam/Eligibility

Padmashree Dr. D.Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Navi Mumbai Admission

INR 1.2 Cr

Seats: 250

Entrance Exam: NEET UG

Class 12 or equivalent with 50% aggregate

Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (DMIMSU) Admission

INR 1 Cr

Seats: 250

Entrance Exam: NEET UG

Class 12 or equivalent with 50% aggregate

Armed Forces Medical College Admission

INR 65,000

Seats: 150

Entrance Exam: NEET UG

Class 12 or equivalent with 50% aggregate

Q:   What is the current scenario of NEET UG Counselling 2023?

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The NEET 2023 counselling process was concluded by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) on November 15, with the institute reporting process for the Special Stray Vacancy round. The result for this round was declared on November 10. As many as 156 candidates were allotted MBBS, BDS and BSc Nursing seats.  

This is the last and final round of counselling and those who were allotted seats in either the national or any of the state counsellings, were not eligible to participate in this round. The registration and choice filling rounds were conducted from October 31 and November 1 till November 7. 

Earlier, MCC conducted an additional round of NEET 2023 counselling for BDS and BSc Nursing courses. In the Round 5, there were 455 BDS and BSc Nursing seats. The result for this round was declared on October 18 and 360 candidates were allotted seats. 

There were a total of 258 seats in the Round 6. The choice filling and locking rounds were conducted from October 25 to October 26. However, the result was scheduled to be declared on October 28, but the round was cancelled. Instead, MCC announced the Special Stray Vacancy round. 

In the fourth or the stray vacancy round of NEET 2023 counseling, there were a total of 2,454 MBBS, BDS and BSc Nursing seats available for allotment. As many as 2,140 candidates were allotted seats in the last and final round. The result for this round was declared on September 27, after a day's delay. The institute reporting process was conducted from 

The seat allotment result for NEET 2023 counselling Round 3 was released on September 7. As many as 4,805 candidates have been freshly allotted seats. On the other hand, 2,198 candidates’ seats have been upgraded in Round 3 of NEET counselling 2023. As many as 200 MBBS seats were added in Round 3 of NEET 2023 counselling. According to the virtual vacancy and clear vacancy, there are 8,650 and 5,811 vacant seats respectively for this round.

In the Round 1 of NEET 2023 counselling, BSc Nursing seat allotment was not done since the participating institutes offering this course did not share the seat matrix with MCC. But from Round 2 onwards, the seat matrix included all three courses. Prior to registrations, candidates must ensure that they fulfil the eligibility criteria. They must also note that the seats are allotted provisionally and the final admission will be granted only after the document verification is completed and admission fee is paid. MCC also gave candidates an option to resign previous round's allotted seat and convert their nationality from Indian to NRI. 

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 in July 2024, after the declaration of the 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 conducting the counselling process for the 85 per cent state quota seats. The dates for conselling 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:   Which are the top 5 government medical colleges in Mumbai?

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The top government medical colleges in Mumbai are mentioned below:

  • Grant Medical College
  • Topiwala Medical College
  • University of Mumbai (MU)

Q:   When did the NEET 2024 registration start?

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NTA started the NEET 2024 registration on February 9, 2024. The last date of application was extended from March 9, 2024 to March 16, 2024. NTA reopened the NEET 2024 application process from April 9 to April 10, 2024. NEET 2024 will be conducted on May 5. NTA may extend the last date of application, or reopen the application window. NEET 2024 application process was conducted online. Candidates had to fill and submit the application form in an online mode along with the payment of the application fee. 

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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