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How to Crack AIPMT Exam?

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NEET Syllabus 2012 UG Medical Exam to be conducted by MCI

This post discusses few tips, tricks and ideas on how to sail through Pre-Medical (MBBS) national exams like NEET exam or AIPMT exam

1) About NEET & AIPMT:

NEET: National Eligibility and Entrance Test:

The MCI (Medical Counsil of India) has been nominated as the central agency to conduct NEET exam from 2012-13. MCI has prepared the draft syllabus (link) and had invited public feedback. We expect that the NEET exam would be similar to AIPMT exam and the necessary preparation required for AIPMT exam would suffice to clear NEET exam as well.

For more info on NEET exam please refer below link

NEET exam and Syllabus

AIPMT: All India Pre Medical Test

The All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) exam is conducted by the CBSE, Delhi for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in more than hundred medical colleges around the country.

AIPMT-2011-Information-Brochure and list of participating colleges

Currently, 15% of the total seats in all medical and dental colleges run by the Union of India, state governments and municipal authorities in India (except J&K & AP), are reserved for successful AIPMT candidates. AIPMT conducts exam at two levels. First part is preliminary exam normally held on 1st Saturday of the April month (3rd April 2010). The second part is mains conducted in the month of May (16-May-2010).

AIPMT exam pattern has been changed with effect from 2010. Now, the mains are to be made completely objective (MCQ) like the prelims, owing to complaints about the unreliability of the subjective mains. It is expected that more difficult and application-level questions would be asked on the pattern of AIIMS that has assertion-reason questions.

About 1950 MBBS and 260 odd dental seats are available through AIPMT in more than 100 colleges. However anyone getting ranks within 3000 can reasonably hope for selection due to overlap with other state-level exam. NCERT books are the best preparation ground for both the prelims and the mains.


AIPMT Exam Date: AIPMT exam would be held per following schedule in 2 Stages :

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MBBS Options in Top Private Medical Colleges in India under NRI Quota

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NEET Syllabus 2012 UG Medical Exam to be conducted by MCI

This post is in reply to the following question received from a blog reader from US for doing MBBS/BDS from India under NRI quota. “ I m in 12th frm Baltimore-US and am thinking abt MBBS/BDS from India to save time and $$. I know only abt Manipal n wld b grateful if u cld name few other gud coll and procedure to get adm.”

First I would list down top 10 private medical colleges in India for MBBS/BDS admissions under NRIs/ foreigners quota and then all about admission/ application procedure, fees, cultural issues, course approval and alternative options in Nepal/Ukraine and China.

List of MCI Approved Medical Colleges in India

Ranking of Top 25 Medical Colleges in India

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Top Private Medical Colleges in India for NRI/International Quota

1) Kasturba Medical College (KMC),  Manipal and Mangalore Campus, http://www.manipal.edu/Pages/Welcome.aspx

Top ranked private medical colleges, 5th rank overall. Established in 1956 as first private medical college. Most expensive, top rankers choose manipal followed up by mangalore. The college receives about 750 applications and accepts about 70. The institute has recently started twinning program and its degree has approval of many US states. Check out 2010- 11 prospectus and fee structure (US$150,000 for entire course) for KMC at the NRI Quota page of this website.

KMC Manipal MBBS Prospectus and Fee Structure for 2011-12 (incl. NRI Seats)

2) SRMC (Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute)-Chennai

This deemed University has membership in Association of Indian Universities and is a Harvard Medical International Associated Institution.  http://srmc.edu/

SRMC NRI Prospectus and Fee Structure

3) M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore

This is one among the top private medical colleges in Bangalore, and too of Karnataka. http://www.msrmc.ac.in/

MSRMC-MS Ramaiah-NRI_AppForm_MBBS.pdf

4) KIMS (Kempegowda Institute of Medical Science), Bangalore,

: http://www.kimsbangalore.edu.in/

5) At this slot I would put 3 Bangalore colleges that are also popular amongst NRIs

St.Johns Medical College: http://www.stjohns.in/

Father Muller Medical College: http://www.fathermuller.com 

JSS College- Mysore  http://www.jssmedicalcollege.in/

Though above  colleges are most preferred by NRIs, the below colleges also rank in top 10 private medical colleges

6) Dr B R Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore, http://www.bramc.org/

7) Amrita Institute of Medical Science (AIMS), Kochi Ernakulam: http://www.aimshospital.org/

‘8) At this slot I would put 5 Mumbai MBBS colleges that are hugely popular

KJ Somaiyya Medical College & Research Centre: http://www.somaiya.edu/Medical.htm

Dr. D Y Patil  Medical College- Navi Mumbai and Kolhapur, MH: http://www.dypatil.in/

Terna Medical College: http://www.terna.org

Bharati Vidyapeeth:  Pune, New Mumbai, http://www.bharatividyapeeth.edu/

Mahatma Gandhi Mission’s (MGM) Medical College. Navi Mumbai, www.mgmuhs.com/

9) Other MBBS Options in Maharashtra

Maharshtra Institute of Medical education and Research, Medical college Pune,  http://www.mitmimer.com/

Pravara Institute Of Medical Sciences.—> Ahmed Nagar, MH, pravara-medical-collge-ahmed-nagar-nri-form

10) One may consider following colleges if wish to do MBBS from north india

DMC (Dayanand Medical College)- Ludhiana, http://www.dmch.edu

DMCH Ludhiana Prospectus, Admission Procedure and Fee Structure for NRIs

Sharda Hospital, Greater Noida- http://www.sharda.ac.in/courses/mbbs-bds.html

Subharti Medical College, Meerut- http://www.subharti.org/admission.aspx

Mahatma Ghandhi College and Hospital, Jaipur- http://www.mgmch.org/college.htm

Admission Process: Foreign citizens, PIO card holders, OCI (Dual Citizens), NRI students and NRI sponsored students can apply under the Foreign/NRI category. 15% of the seats in private medical colleges in India are reserved for this category.


There is no transparent admission process except in KMC (Manipal/Mangalore) and SRMC Chennai. You shortlist few medical colleges, visit India, start talks with the admissions staff directly. If one can’t visit the college personally, hire a ‘broker’ (may charge Rs. 50k to 2 lacss without you knowing about it) as college admission staff hardly talks on phone. Since most of these colleges milk NRIs, they charge higher than set fees by the states by way of donation fee in cash without receipt. Therefore, even to initiate talks with admission staff, be ready to butter the palm of junior staff. A donation amount will be set. When the ‘deal’ is done, proceed to pay the amount and you get a seat in the college. This is why it’s important to make a deal early (preferably in May/June than late July when rates are higher by about 5 lacs). Except Manipal and KIMS, most others like to take the entire course fee in advance.

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