Fee Structure In Private and Government Medical Colleges In India

In India the most attractive profession that students think is to become an engineer or doctor. Every parent wants their child to be either a doctor or an engineer. To fulfill the desires, they start saving for their child’s bright future from their initial phase. But many dreams break due to the huge fee structure of medicine colleges.

The fee structure of medicine education in India is very high. And for making the successful career in medicine, one needs to go for specialization. Each years a lot of dreams shatter due to high fee structure. Private medical colleges charges you the most while Government medicine colleges charges least but again you have to put a lot of hard work to cross the competition. Medical education from Government college is best as they are well established and low fee structure. While most private medicine colleges are not as good despite being more costly.

There is marked variation in fee structure among Central Government seats, State Government seats and Private medicine college seats. AIPMT All India Quota Seats which are also under Central Govt. can cost you around Rs.50,000 annually at most. Central Govt. Institutions- AIMS, costs you least around Rs.6000, as they are heavily subsidised. State Quota MBBS seats in different states varies state by state & can cost you between Rs.50,000 to Rs.2 lakh annually. Private medical colleges management quota seats are costliest, can’t be afforded by all. The fee structure of these colleges is around Rs.10 lakh per annum, full course will cost you around Rs.50 lakh

With that in view, we have written this article that highlights the average fee-structure of top private and government medical colleges. This will give you complete information about how much money you have to spend to study in government or private medical Colleges. Students and their parents can take a look at the chart below to prepare themselves for the education fee.

Private Medical Colleges Fee Structure

MBBS fee in private colleges is very high. Ranging from academic to hostel fee, everything is expensive. So if you want to study in private MBBS colleges in India, you need to be prepared for paying huge sum. For instance, on an average studying medical in private colleges will cost you approximately Rs. 10 lakh (starting). However, it can even go up to Rs. 50 lakhs for full course. That’s why people prefer medical education in abroad.

The Supreme Court, however, has passed a bill proclaiming that all private colleges have to offer admission to candidates on the basis of their NEET rank only, and nothing else. This has allowed private institutes to increase the fee amount by up to 1 or 2 lakh rupees, getting the total expense to around 6 or 7 lakh rupees per annum of tuition fees.

Below is the list of top private medical colleges in India along with their fee structure.

STATE Name of Medical College Fee Structure Other
Bhopal Index Medical College Rs.4,00,000/year 25000/- as Caution money
Chattisgarh C M Medical College, Kuchandur Rs.3,80,000/year
Uttar Pradesh UPCMET Colleges Rs.49,67,500/- Paid in four installments, Rs.2,00,000/- as Security
Karnataka KMC(Manipal Univ.) Rs.37,67,000/- in Five installment Rs.10,000/- Registration Fee
Maharashtra DY PATIL MEDICAL COLLEGE, PUNE Rs.10,75,000/year
Maharashtra Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical College, Sangli Rs.8,50,000/yr. for Regular Rs.10,00,000/yr for Management quota
Karnataka MS RAMAIAH MEDICAL COLLEGE, BANGALORE Rs.3,69,000/yr. for Students selected through Comedk

Government Medical Colleges Fee Structure

Government medical colleges are more preferable than private medical colleges. Candidates try to get admission in these colleges because they are relatively more cheaper. But again, everything comes at a fee structure – in order to get admission in government medicine institutes a student needs to clear their entrance test that is usually tough.

Below is the fee structure of AIIMS state and central government quota for MBBS course.

AIIMS Fee Structure – Central Government Quota MBBS Seats

Institution Annual Fee Mess Charges
6 new AIIMS Rs. 5,500/- approx. (full course) Rs. 50,000/- annually
AIIMS, Delhi Rs. 1,700/- approx Rs. 2,000/- monthly

Some of the state medical colleges in India ask the candidates to sign a compulsory service bond between 1-5 years after the completion of the course.

STATE Name Of College Annual Fee Admission Fee Hostel Fee Other
Bihar PATNA MEDICAL COLLEGE, PATNA Rs.6,100/- Rs.9,500/- Rs.3,600/yr.
Delhi MAULANA AZAD MEDICAL COLLEGE Rs.250/- Rs.6,100/- Rs.6000/yr. Bond: Rs.5,000/-
Delhi LADY HARDINGE MEDICAL COLLEGE Rs.1,355/- Rs.1,355/- Rs.490/yr.
Delhi VARDHAM MAHAVIR MEDICAL COLLEGE Rs.33,500 Rs.33,500 Rs.7000/yr.
Goa GOA MEDICAL COLLEGE, PANAJI Rs.63,000/- Rs.38,000/- Rs.3,700/yr Bond, if any: Rs.500000
Gujrat B.J. MEDICAL COLLEGE, AHMEDABAD Rs.6,000/- Rs.6,000/- Rs.1,200/- Bond, if any: Rs.500000
Haryana PT. B.D. SHARMA PGIMS, ROHTAK Rs.42,420/- Rs.42,420/- Rs.17,200/yr.
Jharkhand M.G.M. MEDICAL COLLEGE,JAMSHEDPUR Rs.9,130/- Rs.9,130/- Rs.25,000/yr.
Karnataka BANGALORE MED. COLLEGE,BANGALORE Rs.23,420/- Rs.7,273/yr.
Kerala GOVT.MEDICAL COLLEGE, THRISSUR Rs.23,000/- Rs.27,500/- Rs.480/yr.
Maharashtra GRANT MEDICAL COLL & SIR J.J.HOSP,MUMBAI Rs.70,805/- Rs.70,805/- Rs.4,240/yr.
Madhya Pradesh GANDHI MEDICAL COLLEGE, BHOPAL Rs.35,000/- Rs.49,810/- Rs.10,000/yr. Compulsory 1yr Rural Bond
Orissa S.C.B. MEDICAL COLLEGE, CUTTACK Rs.17,000/- Rs.29,830/- Rs.4,730/yr. Bond, if any: Rs.5,00,000/-
Punjab GOVT. MEDICAL COLLEGE,PATIALA Rs.80,000/- Rs.80,000/- Rs.31,000/yr.
Tamil Nadu MADRAS MEDICAL COLLEGE, CHENNAI Rs.12,290/- Rs.12,290/- Rs.36,000/yr.
Rajasthan S.M.S. MEDICAL COLLEGE, JAIPUR Rs.2,260/- Rs.2,260/- Rs.2,500/yr.
West Bengal R.G. KAR MEDICAL COLLEGE,KOLKATA Rs.12,000/- Rs.6,520/- Rs.169/yr. Bond, if any: Rs.1,00,000
Uttar Pradesh KGMC, LUCKNOW Rs.48,000/- Rs.48,000/- Rs.4900/yr,

Disclaimer – The above fee is tentative and may have changed. Candidates are advised to check the current/exact fee structure by contacting these colleges.

All the best!

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