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MBBS Admission Process in India for the Year 2023

The MBBS Admission Process in India for the Year 2023 is an important and highly sought-after pathway for aspiring medical students. With India being renowned for its world-class medical education, this process opens doors to numerous prestigious institutions and promising career opportunities. Aspiring students undergo a meticulous selection procedure, which includes entrance examinations, counseling sessions, and fulfilling eligibility criteria. The year 2023 brings new opportunities and challenges, with advancements in technology and evolving admission policies. This introduction offers a glimpse into the dynamic and competitive nature of the MBBS admission process in India, emphasizing the significance of this journey for aspiring doctors in the upcoming year.


The Indian Government has undertaken a crucial restructuring of the medical education system, aiming to establish uniformity. As part of this comprehensive overhaul, the NEET-UG Exam, administered by the National Testing Agency (NTA), replaced the previous AIPMT exam in 2017. The Supreme Court played a significant role in this transformation, as it took nearly five years of hearing multiple petitions to finally discontinue the AIPMT exam. Presently, aspiring students secure admissions to MBBS and Dental colleges based on their ranking in the NEET-UG exam.

Indian Medical Colleges Teaching Experience

To serve as a teaching faculty in India, it is mandatory to possess a Post Graduate degree in accordance with the norms set by the National Medical Commission (NMC). However, securing a Post Graduate seat in any Government Medical College remains a challenging feat, with only a 10% chance of success. In 2022 alone, a staggering 1.8 lakh doctors vied for 15,000 non-clinical and 8,000 clinical seats in Government Medical Colleges. Moreover, the average salaries offered in medical colleges for teaching positions make them unappealing to MD/MS doctors. When it comes to educational institutions, the value of experience is well-established. Colleges and universities with a long-standing presence boast a robust academic background and highly experienced faculty. However, newly established medical colleges face difficulties in recruiting suitable faculty members who meet the pedagogical standards set by the NMC. Consequently, as much as 50% of teaching faculty positions in these institutions remain vacant, posing significant challenges to the learning process of students.

Fee Structure of MBBS Colleges

The choice of college is greatly influenced by the tuition fee. The fee for a medical seat in India depends on multiple factors, such as whether it is a government college, private college, or deemed university. Additionally, the type of seat, such as government seats, management seats, or NRI seats, also impacts the fee structure. Even private medical colleges allocate a portion of their seats under the government quota, resulting in comparatively lower fees for those seats compared to management seats. Notably, the fee for NRI seats in MBBS programs in India tends to be considerably higher. The table below presents the fee structure for MBBS programs in various types of medical colleges, including Autonomous Institutes (AIIMS), Central University Colleges, Deemed University Colleges, Government Medical Colleges, and Private Medical Colleges.

Type of College Govt. Seat Management Seat NRI Seat
Autonomous Institutes (AIIMS) Less than 1 Lac N/A N/A
Central Univ. Colleges Less than 1 Lac N/A N/A
Government Medical Colleges 2-4 Lacs N/A 50-75 Lacs
Deemed Colleges 50-60 Lacs 75-90 Lacs 1.25-1.75 CR
Private Medical Colleges 20-40 Lacs 60-70 Lacs 1.25 CR

The indicated fees represent the average course fees approved by the Fee Regulation Commission of each respective state across various categories. It is important to note that there may be additional miscellaneous charges applicable. To find the fees for government seats, management seats, and NRI seats in all colleges within a particular state, simply click on the respective state name.

State Wise Fee Structure for Govt, Mngmt. and NRI Category (in lacs)
States And Union Territory Govt Med College Pvt Med College
Govt Seat Mngmt. Seat NRI Seat Govt Seat Mngmt. Seat NRI Seat
Andaman & Nicobar Islands 6.6          
Andhra Pradesh 1.8     2.7 54.0 162.0
Arunachal Pradesh 1.1          
Assam 1.3          
Bihar 1.1     51.7 72.4 106.4
Chandigarh 1.2   87.0      
Chattisgarh 4.6     18.9 36.5 126.1
Dadra And Nagar Haveli 3.0          
Delhi 2.6     26.4 67.5 131.6
Goa 5.9   44.7      
Gujarat 13.7 50.7 75.0 37.6 64.3 106.3
Haryana 7.6   76.4 50.0 62.3 126.5
Himachal Pradesh 6.4   72.0 43.5 73.4 153.5
Jharkhand 1.1     68.9 75.7 183.5
Karnataka 4.0     17.6 56.0 160.3
Kerala 1.8     38.3 66.4 121.1
Madhya Pradesh 5.5     60.6 61.4 152.9
Maharashtra 5.0     42.6 70.4 188.5
Manipur 0.4          
Meghalaya 0.5          
Mizoram 4.4          
Odisha 2.3     54.0 70.4 144.8
Punjab 8.8   87.0 35.3 48.5 131.5
Rajasthan 2.7 35.2 93.0 83.9 127.9 116.4
Tamil Nadu 1.3     27.6 67.4 117.0
Telangana 1.8     6.9 64.1 128.4
Tripura 5.5     20.3 52.9 110.3
Pondicherry 7.9   71.7 40.1 87.5 106.3
Uttar Pradesh 2.1 79.4 92.9   72.5 80.5
Uttarakhand 14.2     68.5 75.5 86.6
West Bengal 1.7     20.1 74.0 154.4

Important Dates for NEET-UG 2023

The NEET (UG) 2022 examination was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on Sunday, July 17, 2022, in the traditional pen and paper mode. This examination served as a standardized entrance test for admission into MBBS and other undergraduate medical courses, including BDS, BAMS, BSMS, BUMS, BHMS, and more. For information on the tentative date of the NEET-UG 2023 Exam, please refer to the provided details.

EVENT NEET 2022 (Actual) Expected Date NEET 2023
NEET exam notification 6th April 15th Dec 2022
NEET application form date by NTA 6th April March 23
Last date to submit NEET application form  20th May April 23
NEET-UG Admit Card Release Date 1st/2nd Week Jul 1st Week of May 2023
NEET Exam Date 17th July  7th May 2023
NEET Result 7th Sept 1st Week of Jul 2023

Eligibility to participate in NEET-UG Counselling

The NMC has established two criteria that must be fulfilled for medical college admissions in India, which are also applicable for the year 2023. These criteria include the score obtained in the 12th Standard or its equivalent grade, as well as the NEET (UG) 2023 score.

Eligibility Criteria for 12th Standard

For NEET (UG) 2023, applicants are required to have successfully completed their 10+2 education or its equivalent grade in the science stream. They should have Biology (or Bio-technology), Physics, and Chemistry as their main subjects. Furthermore, candidates belonging to the unreserved category must score a minimum of 50% marks, those from the OBC category must score 45% marks, and candidates from the SC/ST category must score 40% marks. Additionally, the candidate must have attained the age of 17 years by December 31st of the year of enrollment.

NEET-UG 2023 Cut Off

Similar to previous years, the NEET (UG) Cut-off for qualification will be set at the 50th percentile for candidates from the General category. It is worth noting that candidates often confuse the percentage system with the percentile system in this examination. Please refer to the table below, which presents the Actual NEET-UG cut-off for 2021 and 2022, as well as the Expected NEET 2023 Cut-off.

Category Cut-off Percentile NEET-UG 2021 Cut-off
NEET-UG 2022 Cut-off
NEET-UG 2023 Cut-off
General 50th percentile 138 117 125
SC/ST/OBC 40th percentile 108 93 98
General (PwD) 45th percentile 122 105 110
SC/ST/OBC (PwD) 40th percentile 108 93 98

Eligibility and Deposits for Counselling

In the table provided below, we present the specific deposit amounts and the eligibility criteria for participating in various counseling rounds.

Sr. No. Round Free Exit Exit with Ineligible for further Counselling Amount of registration
for feiture of fees Fee (security deposit )
1. AIQ Round – 1/Deemed Yes - - -
2. AIQ – 2/Deemed - If not joined If joined Govt –10k, Deemed – 2 Lacs
3. State Quota Round – 1 Yes - - -
4. State Quota Round – 2 - If not joined If joined Govt –10k, Pvt– 1 lacs
5. State Quota Mop-up Round  - - If joined -
6. Deemed Mop-Up Round - - If joined -