During MBBS Admission counselling, you need to specify your medical college preferences for choice filling. The order of preferences of medical colleges decide which medical college is allotted.
You need to be careful while selecting colleges because many state counselling do not allow choice filling during 2nd round of counselling or further rounds. So, before first round choice filling, you need to know the quality of medical colleges in order to specify the college choices in the correct order.
1. Medical Colleges With Rural Service Bond > 1 Year
Government Medical Colleges in Assam asks students to sign service bond for 3 years. Even though Tamil Nadu government asks for 5 years service bond, they will ask only in case of any emergency.
2.Medical Colleges Which Charge high tuition fees in lieu of bond
Uttarakhand Medical Colleges Charge 1.5 Lakhs/year tuition fees if students are not interested to sign bond for rural service.
Haryana Medical Colleges have 7 years rural service. Every year, students need to sign bond for close to 10 lakhs and the same amount will be arranged through bank as loan.
3. Medical Colleges That Charge 5 Years Tuition Fees or Increment Fees Every Year
Few government colleges like Punjab increases tuition fees every year. Many private colleges charge 5 years tuition fees. Few Deemed university medical colleges also increase their fees up to 15% every year. You need to look for total budget of medical college instead of simply checking the tuition fees/year. Apart from tuition fees many medical colleges especially private Medical colleges charge Development and Research Fees, University Fees, Library Fees, Caution Deposit for College, Hostel Security Deposit, Hostel Fees, Mess Charges, etc.
You can find latest fees details for every medical college in India on MBBSCouncil Android App.
4. Medical Colleges With Debarment History
Avoid Private colleges which have debarment history in the past 5 years. Nearly 30% of private medical colleges in many states have debarment history in the past
5. Private Medical Colleges Without State Quota
Uttar Pradesh and Bihar Private Medical Colleges do not have any state quota. They have management quota and NRI quota seats only. Because of this, only low scoring students will be joining the college which pushes the average NEET score cut off close to the qualifying score. This is the reason why Uttar Pradesh and Bihar NEET score cut off are close to 200.
6. Medical Colleges Without PG Courses
The number of PG courses is one of the important parameter on which quality of medical education and clinical exposure can be judged. You get guidance from PG residents during clinical rotation as well as get guidance for NEET PG preparation.
7. New Medical Colleges in Permitted Status
When new medical college is started, National Medical Commission gives permission and inspects the medical college every year to see the improvement in average outpatients per day, total beds, infrastructure, facilities and faculties. After 5 years, if new medical colleges reaches mandated facilities, then NMC gives recognized status. It is always better to join medical colleges in recognized status compared to permitted status.
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