Which Indian state has maximum government MBBS seats?

Seats in Government Medical Colleges [2020]

Studying MBBS is the dream of many but the surge in the fees in the private medical colleges has been a reason for despair for several MBBS aspirants. As a result of it, over the past years, most students have been giving a lot of priority to pursue this degree from the top government medical colleges in every country.

The reasons are ample but unfortunately, the seats are numbered as compared to the expansive number of candidates applying for MBBS.

It has been reported that government medical colleges in India have a total of 42265 seats in 2020; whereas the number has been increased to 37590 in the private medical colleges in 2020.

The seats are only fractional as compared to a tentative 16 lakh MBBS aspirants in India (2020) who are seeking admission in 532+ medical colleges inclusive of government as well as private ones.

In India, there are total 272 government medical colleges in 2020.

To-do list to bag a seat in MBBS 2020 

Before we start with anything else, you must be well aware of the fact that cracking NEET is mandatory in India. Whether you pursue MBBS from a government medical college or a private one from abroad, your degree will be accepted only with a qualified NEET mark sheet.

Tip 1: Learn about all the government colleges that are offering the MBBS course.

Tip 2: Do not miss any important dates for admission, counselling or submission of fees.

Tip 3: Keep a tab on other government medical colleges too so that you can move with a plan B.

Tip 4: Check the list of qualified candidates and prepare to face the counselling and admission committee. Give your best shot.

Step 5: Finally, just await your admission and good luck with your higher studies!

List Of [State Wise] Government Medical Seats In India 2020

Check the given table and choose accordingly. Follow up on the website of the government medical colleges and also learn about the cost of mbbs in government medical colleges.

man and Nicobar

States Seats
Andaman and Nicobar 100
Arunachal Pradesh 50
Andhra Pradesh 2410
Assam 1000
Bihar 1240
Chhattisgarh 770
Chandigarh 150
Delhi 1222
Dadar And Nagar 150
Gujarat 3650
Haryana 710
Himachal Pradesh 720
Jammu & Kashmir 885
Jharkhand 630
Karnataka 2900
Kerala 1555
Madhya Pradesh 2040
Maharashtra 4330
Manipur 225
Meghalaya 50
Mizoram 100
Odisha 1250
Puducherry 380
Punjab 650
Rajasthan 2700
Tamil Nadu 3650
Telangana 1790
Tripura 125
Uttarakhand 525
Uttar Pradesh 3078
West Bengal 3050

Maharashtra has the highest number of 4330 MBBS seats.

Reasons to study in Government Medical colleges

Pursuing MBBS in a government medical university comes with its own perks. Some of these reasons are stated below.

1.Affordable fees structure: The first and foremost reason why most students want to pursue MBBS or any other course in a government institution is because of its subsidised course fees. The private medical colleges demand a fee of around 10 lakhs per year for MBBS. Whereas government medical colleges charge around 20 thousand to 50 thousand per year (fee depends on the college).

2. Better academic exposure: The government medical colleges are renowned for providing students with internships in top government hospitals. This boosts their confidence and brushes their medical skills. Furthermore, the chances of pursuing researches and presenting collaborations and papers as would-be doctors are highly preferred in government colleges. The central or the state governments aid seminars, symposiums, workshops, etc. for MBBS students as well.

3. Scholarships: Meritorious students are awarded scholarships and this at times also cuts down their regular tuition fees. The government medical colleges also support students coming from economically weak backgrounds and the seat reservation for them is 10% (as in India).

4. Age-old reputation: The institution that one passes out from carries a lot of weight in the biodata. That is why medical students require a good educational reputation at the very initiation of their careers. History is proof of the fact that common people also have more faith in a doctor who has passed out from a government medical college than in the one from a private institution.

Owing to all these reasons a huge number of students are encouraged to pursue this course. They gladly take up MBBS and with undivided attention and guidance from the faculty, they become great doctors.

Conclusion

Pursuing MBBS from government medical college is dream of every student. But, after crossing NEET cut-off, if a student is unable to take admission in government college then they can apply in abroad goverment universities.

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