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I wanna know about fee structure and admission process for MBBS .
Regarding the fee structure for MBBS colleges in India, they are different for various institutes depending upon the ownership that is whether it is private or government owned. Private colleges generally charge higher fees than government colleges.
Candidates must have completed their 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as their compulsory subjects. General candidates must score a minimum of 50%, while for SC/ST candidates it is 40% and for PWD candidates it is 45% to sit for NEET. NEET is the entrance exam which a candidate needs to qualify for admission to MBSS course and also courses like BDS and Ayush.
The admissions are provided for 85% State Quota and 15% All India Quota seats. Candidates whose names do not get listed upon the merit list may opt directly for management quota to get admission into the respective college based upon the rules and regulations and also the vacancy. The admission fees are generally 2 or 3 times higher for management quota students.
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I wanna know about MBBS fee structure .
It ranges from 1,000 to 50,000 per annum for government colleges.
Fees structure of private colleges may range from 5 lakhs to 50 lakhs per annum depending on the college.
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