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MBBS Management Quota Seat Ranging Between Rs 50 Lakh to Rs 1 Cr

With limited number of seats across the medical colleges, MBBS aspirants are ending up paying Rs 50 Lakh to Rs 1 Cr under management quota. Though the management quota seats as per the system are to be filled on a merit basis, private colleges ignore the system every year. Aspirants smell a change in the entrance test pattern; with NEET UG replacing state level CETs, the syllabus for the droppers is just unfair as they waste an year time to crack the newly launching NEET UG with no clue on the difficulty level of the paper.

The demand for the Medical seats hence surged up in the past 2 years, the management quota MBBS seats earlier were selling at Rs 35 Lakh to Rs 50 Lakh but in the past two years private medical colleges are taking the advantage over the situation. Seats now cost a  minimum of Rs 50 Lakh and despite having money sometimes it is difficult to get a seat in a reputed medical college.

Other reasons private medical colleges charge a hectic sum of money for a medical seat is because of the cost associated to infrastructure, faculty fees and on top of it a hospital has to be attached to the medical college and such private medical colleges are not supposed to charge fee from the patients.

On condition of anonymity several questions have been emailed to us to revert with fee details of management quota seats in private medical colleges across India. Apart from the management quota seat fees, users also have emailed us on whether NEET UG takes place from 2013.

All we have to say is NEET UG takes place in 2013 as the MCI website clearly states so. Though there will be star marks attached to it this year, it is not yet clear whether Andhra pradesh & Jammu Kashmir will be participating or not.

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  1. Shanu

    Srikant this is biased media reporting.. It seems inspite of a strong displeasure and disagreement on NEET -UG amongst students, you and your Blog indirectly supports NEET 2013.. There is no address to why it is neccesory to have it from 2014 and not from 2013..
    I think as a media person U should not be guided by your personal likes for NEET-UG.. Hope to see some better article next time from you

    1. Srikanth

      Shanu, Thanks for your advice! if you have seen all the articles covered (on our site) about NEET UG; I have taken a neutral perspective on NEET UG. MCI was keen to hold NEET UG in 2012 itself but the idea has been postponed to 2013.

  2. Dr.Khudabaksh

    Hi…I’m a graduate …I’m in a dilemma whether from next year is NEET-PG coming up???I’m from andhra Pradesh…so so.e of them are saying dat it won’t be possible next year too…
    Regarding management seats…what is the final thing that got decided???will that too come under government or its according to private colleges wish???…

    1. Srikanth

      AP and Jammu & Kashmir are states which mayn’t come under purview of NEET, since these states have certain restrictions as per constitution. It won’t be possible to amend the constitution in such a quick time so in AP the procedure will remain as it is even for next year.

      1. chiru

        Hello Srikanth
        Iam working in UK and was planning to take PG management seat in AP. how are the NEET rules going to affect AP doctors willing to take PG admission via management quota route, and also are there any options for NRI students to do PG in Andhra Pradesh

  3. Dr.khudabaksh

    thanx for ur reply sir…but how about the management seats in karnataka???how are the seats gonna filled if NEET exam comes into action???

  4. Shanu
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  5. Rachel Patton

    This is a very good initiative taken by the Indian Government after all education is the birth right of every individual. Everyone have equal rights to get quality education without any discrimination. I read an article last week shared by where they discussed the impact of quality education on an individual, I am sure if the education is provided to children from remote areas, the workforce of India will improve big time.


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