Delhi, the capital of India is known for his excellent service in every sector of healthcare and the national capital have also attracted loads of medical aspirants over the years. The interactive and innovative medical programs taken by the medical colleges of Delhi are recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI). There are currently 10 medical colleges in Delhi NCR, out of that there are 8 government medical colleges and 2 self-financed medical colleges in Delhi. All of these colleges offer various courses and are approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI). Annually, Delhi NCR has an intake of 1365 medical applicants. The medical colleges in Delhi provide equipped laboratories, presentation skills, audio and visual lessons for studying. Delhi NCR offers separate hostel facilities for boys and girls. The hostel rooms also have a common TV room for entertainment. Other amenities of medical colleges of Delhi NCR include gym, transport, cafeteria, health care centre, seminar halls, library, auditorium, laboratories, computer labs, internet access, tennis court, swimming pool, playground, etc.
Candidates who want to pursue the MBBS course must know about the eligibility criteria. The detailed information regarding eligibility criteria for MBBS in Delhi NCR is given below:
The NEET-UG admission cutoff is published by the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) via online. MCC publishes two separate cutoff lists: one for 15% All India Quota Seats and the other is for 85% State Quota Seats. The official website for All India Counseling and state counseling in Delhi is www.mcc.nic.in.
The NEET Cutoff for 15% All India Quota seats in Delhi will be published by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC). The counseling for the same will also be conducted by the DGHS. They will release the initial cutoff online based on the category of the applicants. The final cutoff list will be published once the second round of counseling is completed.
The publication of the cutoff list and the counseling procedure for 85% of state quota seats is done by the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC). The state quota seats of Delhi are classified into three types:
Army Category Seats: The army category seats are available for candidates who belong to the Defense category and those who do not. These seats are also available for physically disabled candidates.
Subsidized Seats: Based on the domicile status of the candidate the subsidized seat types are further divided into two subgroups: All India Domicile Candidature and Delhi Candidature. Seats under All India Domicile Candidature are available for candidates who belong to Unreserved Category, Other Backward Classes, Scheduled Tribe, and Scheduled Caste. All India Domicile Candidature is also available for specially disabled candidates who belong to Unreserved Category and Other Backward Classes. Seats under Delhi Candidature are available for candidates who belong to Unreserved Category, Other Backward Classes, Scheduled Tribe, and Scheduled Caste. Seats under Delhi Candidature are also available for specially disabled candidates who belong to Unreserved Category. Seats under Delhi Candidature are also allotted to General/OBC/SC candidates who belong to Defense category and for General/OBC/SC/ST candidates those who do not belong to the Defense Category.
Non-Subsidized Seats: The non-subsidized seats are available for both All India Domicile Candidature Holder and Delhi Candidature Holder.
Ans: Lady Hardinge Medical College which was established in 1916 is the first MBBS College in Delhi.
Ans: There are 10 MBBS colleges in Delhi, out of that 8 are government medical colleges and 2 of them are private medical colleges.
Ans: Irrespective of the category of the aspiring candidates, the application fee for MBBS in Delhi is INR 1000.
Ans: The list of government medical colleges in Delhi are:
Ans: There are only two private medical colleges in Delhi. They are: Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research and Army College of Medical Sciences.
Ans: There are 1165 government medical seats available in Delhi.
Ans: Presently, there are 200 seats available in private medical colleges in Delhi.
Ans: The list of documents that are needed at the time of admissions to MBBS colleges in Delhi are:
Ans: Situated in New Delhi, All India Institute of Medical Sciences is not only the best medical college in Delhi but also one of the best medical colleges in India.
Ans: There are three different seat types available under 85% State Quota seats in Delhi. They are:
Ans: Some of the facilities that are offered at the Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research are given below:
Ans: Candidates who want to take admission in AIIMS, New Delhi under All India Quota seats should aim for 600+ marks in the upcoming NEET exam.
Ans: The annual intake of Maulana Azad Medical College is 250.
Ans: The annual fee for All India Quota candidates at Army College of Medical Sciences is INR 39,100.
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