Top 5 Private Medical Colleges in India with Low Fee Structure

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Every year around 10 lakh students compete with each other by appearing for NEET exam to become successful doctors. Observing this vast competition, it is undeniable that this 5 – year-long course is quite heavy-duty to the pockets of every aspirants’ family.

Specific government colleges can be claimed as under budget, but most of the private colleges have a huge fee structure which is certainly not everyone’s cup of tea. To make it easy and less cumbersome for all the applicants, we have put an effort to bring you some private medical colleges in India which have comparatively low fee structure as compare to others. But before moving towards it, let us summarise some significant points about NEET 2020.

NEET Exam

  • NEET 2020 is scheduled to be held on May 3, 2020 in pen-paper based mode. 
  • The registration for the same has been concluded on January 6, 2020. 
  • Candidates beloging to an age limit of 17-25 years (SC/ST/OBC/PWD- 17-30 years) are eligible to take the exam.
  • There are no restrictions on attempt till the candidate attains his/her maximum age.
  • Minimum qualifying marks- General- 50%, SC/ST/OBC- 40%.

Top 5 Private Medical Colleges with Low Fee Structure

Check out the following medical colleges with the economical fee structure:

Christian Medical College, Vellore

Founded in the year 1990, the college has innumerable achievements in its feather. It started the first college of nursing, performed the first reconstructive surgery for leprosy, performed the first open-heart surgery in India and the list goes on and on. The college, besides being nationally and internationally recognised, offers subsidised education to its students.

Fee Structure- Total amount charged for overall MBBS program is INR 1.5 Lakhs (approx).  

Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore

Majorly known as Bangalore Medical College (BMC) is an educational institute owned by the Government of Karnataka. Established in the year 1955, this public college has various teaching hospitals attached to its name. Affiliated with the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science, BMC has been ranked 10th by The Week’s list of Best medical colleges. The college accepts candidates based on the Karnataka authority exam. 

Fee Structure- The complete fee structure lies within a bracket of 50,000 (Approx.) for five years of MBBS.

M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore

The college is recognised both nationally and internationally. It also offers super speciality courses. The programs offered by the college are varied and in different fields of the medical industry. Per year, it has an intake of 150 students including management, general and other reserve categories.

Fee Structure- The combined fees for all five years is somewhat near 3,87,500.

R.G. Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata

This is a college cum hospital established in the year 1886. It has crossed its 100 years of service in the medical history after the year 2016. The college was ranked 11th among medical colleges in India by India Today in the year 2017.

Fee Structure- A sum of 76,100 is being charged for a course like MBBS by this prestigious college.

Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai

This institute was established under British rule by some great Indians. Total seats offered by the college are 150. Students aspire to be in this astonishing environment as it gives everyone a lifetime experience in terms of both life and career.

Fee Structure- The total fees charged for five years is 4.26 Lakhs in total (approx.).

All the eminent institutions mentioned are ready each year to accept candidates through NEET score. After going through this complete information, we hope that you can get a close idea of the colleges and their fee structure. Besides these five colleges, there are multiple numbers of colleges in the same domain. Candidates are advised to go through every parameter and then decide upon the institution you want to go.

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