There are a total of 6204 MBBS seats (Management and NRI quota) offered by 42 deemed universities across the countries.

MBBS course fees are different for the government/ government-aided institutions/central universities and private institutions/deemed universities. Aspirants can check the article below to find the best medical college as per the MBBS course fee.

The course fee for MBBS varies for the All India and the state quota seats in the government colleges. The MBBS fee mentioned here, however, only includes the tuition fee, apart from which the students would also be required to pay for hostel accommodation, registration and other fees as applicable.

On a normal, from 2018 to 2021, 7.8 lakh understudies in India cleared the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for entrance into a clinical school. However, for these 7+ lakh understudies, there are only 80,000-odd clinical school seats, government and confidential foundations consolidated, the nation over.

India is home to only 562 medical colleges that together can offer 86,649 seats at most currently, according to the National Medical Council (NMC, the erstwhile Medical Council of India).

The cut-off for good government colleges in India, however, goes as high as 700 out of 720 marks, and those who score less than 500 marks don’t even stand a chance.