MBBS Admission 2021: NEET 2021, Eligibility, Application Form, Important Dates, Syllabus and Top Colleges

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Content Curator | Updated on - Aug 4, 2021

MBBS Admission 2021 for several colleges would commence from September 2021. In order to get admission in the MBBS course candidates must appear for the NEET entrance exam. The NEET entrance exam would be conducted on September 12, 2021, by the National Testing Agency (NTA). 

The NTA had started the application process from July 13, 2021 and the application process is open till August 10, 2021. The NEET is the only National Level Entrance Exam accpeted by the medical colleges in India to offer MBBS Admission 2021.

Candidates are required to follow the minimum eligibility criteria to seek admission to the MBBS course in the Top Medical colleges in India. Candidates can check the application deadline of all the top medical colleges and entrnce exam details in the article below.

Top MBBS Colleges: Application Deadline

College Exam Accepted Application Dates (Tentative)
AIIMS, New Delhi NEET 2021 August 2021
PGIMER, Chandigarh NEET 2021 August 2021
CMC, Vellore NEET 2021 April 30, 2021- June 15, 2021
NIMHANS, Bangalore NEET 2021 August 2021
SGPGIMS, Lucknow  NEET 2021 August 2021
Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi NEET 2021 August 2021
Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Kerala  NEET 2021 August 2021
JIPMER, Puducherry NEET 2021 August 2021
Kasturba Medical College, Manipal NEET 2021 August 2021
King George’s Medical University NEET 2021 August 2021

MBBS Admission Quick Facts

  • Every year over 15 lakhs candidates appear for the NEET exam. Generally 50% of the candidates are able to crack the entrance exam.
  • India currently  has  a total of 562 Medical colleges and the total number of MBBS seats is 84, 649. 
  • Candidates must secure a minimum of 50% (40% for reserved category students) of marks from any recognized board with Chemistry, Physics, and Botany/Zoology as compulsory subjects in their class 12th examination.
  • Minimum age limit for NEET 2021 is 17 years old. 
  • The admission process includes a counselling session after the announcement of results.
  • NEET 2021 Syllabus will comprise topics of Biology, Chemistry and Physics, from class 11th and 12th.

MBBS Admission 2021: Entrance Exam Schedule

The tentative schedule for the MBBS Admission 2021 is mentioned below:-

Events Date (Tentative)
NEET 2021 Exam Date  September 12, 2021
Release of NEET application form 2021 July 13, 2021
Last date for submission of NEET application form 2021 August 06, 2021
Last date for fee payment August 07, 2021
Correction window availability August 08-12, 2021

MBBS Admission 2021: National Level Entrance Exam

MBBS course is offered in all the colleges based on the scores obtained by the students in the NEET examination. The exam is conducted in the offline mode. The details of the examination are as follows:-

NEET 2021

NEET is conducted by the National Testing Agency for the students who wish to pursue the MBBS course. The exam is conducted in the offline mode i.e pen and paper based mode.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidates must complete their 10+2 examination by securing a minimum 50% of marks from any recognized board.
  • Candidates must have studied Chemistry, Physics, and Botany/Zoology as compulsory subjects in class 12th.
  • Reserved category students are provided 10% relaxation (40% in class 12th).
  • There is no upper age limit to be eligible for this exam.

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Important Dates

  • Registration: July 2021
  • Exam- September 12, 2021

NEET 2021 Exam Pattern

Total No. of Questions 180
Total Marks 720
Exam Duration 3 Hours
Marking Scheme +4 for a correct Answer -1 for an incorrect Answer
Section-wise Questions Physics-45 Chemistry-45 Biology-90
Exam Mode Offline
Type of Questions MCQs
Language 11 Languages (Hindi, English, Bengali, Urdu, Oriya, Telugu, Tamil, Marathi, Kannada, Assamese and Gujarati

MBBS Admission 2021: NEET Syllabus

NEET 2021 Syllabus will not change for the year 2021. The syllabus comprises topics from class 11th and class 12th syllabus. For 2021, there might be changes that the syllabus will be reduced.

Physics Syllabus Chemistry Syllabus Biology Syllabus
Physical world and measurement Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry Diversity in Living World
Kinematics Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure Structural Organisation in Animals and Plants
Work, Energy and Power Thermodynamics Cell Structure and Function
Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body Equilibrium Plant Physiology
Gravitation Coordination Compounds Genetics and Evolution
Thermodynamics Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles & Techniques Biology and Human Welfare
Atoms and Nuclei P, d, f, s-block elements Biotechnology and Its Applications
Optics Environmental Chemistry Ecology and environment
Electromagnetic Waves Polymers Reproduction
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism Isolation of Elements Human physiology
Electrostatics Hydrocarbons -
Current Electricity Biomolecules -

MBBS Admission 2021: List of Top Colleges

In India, many top colleges offer an MBBS course. The names of the few top MBBS colleges in India are as follows:-

College Mode of Admission Exam/ Registration Date
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) NEET Cut Off and Counselling August 2021
Maulana Azad Medical College NEET Cut Off and Counselling August 2021
Christian Medical College NEET Cut Off and Counselling August 2021
Banaras Hindu University NEET Cut Off and Counselling August 2021
Amrita School of Medicine NEET Cut Off and Counselling August 2021
Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research NEET Cut Off and Counselling August 2021
Kasturba Medical College NEET Cut Off and Counselling August 2021
King George's Medical University NEET Cut Off and Counselling August 2021

MBBS Admission 2021: How to Apply?

A student has to clear the NEET Cut Off to pursue the MBBS course. The admission process is based on the scores obtained by the student in the NEET exam. The processes to apply for the MBBS course is as follows:-

  • Candidates have to complete the registration process online by logging in to the official website by entering a valid email id, phone number, and date of birth.
  • Once the registration is complete upload all the necessary documents required to fill the application form.
  • Pay the registration fees.
  • After successfully paying the application fees, you will see a confirmation page. For future references, take a print out this page.
  • Few days before the NEET exam, the admit cards will be released for all the eligible students. Candidates have to download the admit card from the portal.
  • NEET examination will be conducted on the same date mentioned in the admit card. 
  • Based on the scores obtained in the NEET examination, students will be called for the counseling process.

Admission for MBBS: A Step-wise Guide

Let’s discuss below some of the important points that will help you to pursue admission in the MBBS course:-

  • All the students must get a minimum of 50% of aggregate marks in their 10+2 examination.
  • Start your preparation for the NEET examination well in advance.
  • Work hard in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as it forms the major section of the NEET examination.
  • Based on the scores of NEET examinations, shortlisted candidates are called for the counseling process.
  • Accept the allotted college as per your score and pay the fees.

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MBBS Admission 2021: Tips to Crack the Exam

To crack the NEET examination is not so easy. You must start preparing for the NEET examination one/two years before the examination will be scheduled. Below are some important preparation tips to crack the admission to pursue MBBS course:-

  • Follow a timetable: Prepare a timetable and try to follow that timetable till you appear for the NEET examination.
  • Cover all the basics of each subject: To know the basics of each subject is very much important. Especially the basics of subjects like Physics, Chemistry, and Biology papers. As questions are asked mainly from these subjects.
  • Study Material: Gather the correct study material, books, sample paper, question papers and notes.
  • Do regular practice: Cover all the syllabus and do regular practice. Try to collect previous years ‘question papers and find out the most repeated questions. The probabilities of asking the important questions are high which repeats every year.
  • Appear in Mock Test: Try to appear more on mock tests. NEET Mock tests will clear all your confusions regarding the examination and you will learn time management during the NEET examination.
  • Notes: Make handy notes while preparing for the exam. The notes will be very helpful for revision.
  • Solve Previous Year Question Paper: Solve the previous year NEET Question papers and sample papers to have a clear understanding of exam pattern and type of questions asked in the exam.

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MBBS Admission 2021: FAQs

Ques. What is the duration of the MBBS course?

Ans. The total duration of this course is 5.5 years. The duration of core subjects is 4.5 years and one-year compulsory Internships.

Ques. What is the minimum percentage required for pursuing an MBBS course in 10+2 final examination?

Ans. More than 50% (40% for reserved category) is required in 10+2 to pursue an MBBS course.

Ques. What are the entrance exams, conducted for pursuing an MBBS course?

Ans. The entrance exam that is conducted for pursuing an MBBS course is NEET.

Ques. What is the average course fee for an MBBS course?

Ans. The average course fees in the MBBS course is around INR 40,000 to 1, 50,000 per annum.

Ques. Is MBBS Course can be pursued in distance education?

Ans.No, medical courses cannot be pursued from distance education.

Ques. What are the basic eligibility for MBBS Admission?

Ans. To pursue this course a student must complete a 10+2 or 12th final year examination securing a minimum of 50% (40% for reserved category students) of marks from any recognized board with Chemistry, Physics, and Botany/Zoology as compulsory subjects.

Ques. Is this a Certificate course?

Ans. No, this is a full-time medical degree course.

Ques. Can I get jobs in the reputed hospital once completing this MBBS course?

Ans. Yes, you will get many new opportunities in various reputed hospitals may be government or private once you finish this MBBS course.

Ques. Is there any good college for pursuing an MBBS course in New Delhi?

Ans. Yes, you can pursue an MBBS course from the most reputed medical institution , AIIMS situated in New Delhi.

Ques. Can I pursue this course after completing my B.Sc?

Ans.No, you cannot pursue the MBBS course after completing B.Sc. Once completing the 10+2 final year examination in the Science stream with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as compulsory subjects you apply for this course.

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Ques. What happens at the first day in AIIMS Delhi for an MBBS?

● Top Answer By Snigdha Roy on 28 Sept 21

Ans. I have a friend from AIIMS, New Delhi, and here are some snippets of his experience from his initial days.  The first day he got to know that he will be studying at AIIMS Delhi was quite overwhelming for him. He got many calls from his family and friends. He also received a video call from four of his seniors who seemed scary at that time but after his freshers, they will become his favorite seniors. When he reached the AIIMS campus, the first thing that he wanted to do was stand in front of the garden which he had thought of for about two years and get a picture clicked. But he ended up getting confused between gate number one and gate number two and entered through gate 3. It’s better if you know a few seniors beforehand, they might take you to the hostel and your room, and then it becomes an interactive experience. On the first day of CREST, his parents made sure he was settled in the hostel. Then the first thing of the day was the director‘s address in the Dr. Ramalinga Swamy board room. As the day progressed, he got to meet various people. Some of them became his best friends in a month. After this, he was taken to the campus and the hospital. He also visited CRHSP Ballabgarh the next day which is the sub-district Hospital under AIIMS where students are posted during their third years and internships. They also visited a PHC in Chains which is a village posting after the internship. This was his initial experience at AIIMS. Read more
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Ques. How good is MBBS at Sharda University in terms of education and learning?

● Top Answer By Anurag Singh on 27 Jul 21

Ans. In terms of Medical studies and education, Sharda University at present has been recognized as one of the most well-known institutes in India. Technically, pursuing your medical career at Sharda University will undoubtedly provide you great exposure, unlike many others. Here are two factors you should know before finally enlisting at the University Education: The pedagogy pattern Sharda University’s faculty usually follows is extremely good. In fact, there is a normal discipline pattern both professors and students keep up during their stay at the institute. Pursuing MBBS from Sharda University can give a high prospect to you. Learning: Sharda University specifically has established and runs its own hospital, making it beneficial to students for pursuing their careers. After knowing the different nooks about the theoretical parts, students also simultaneously get to explore the practicality of it all. It is suggested that you check the various latest stats associated with the university to keep pace with recent headlines.Read more
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Ques. How is an MBBS at Sharda University, as the fee structure is too high?

● Top Answer By Khushi Jha on 15 May 21

Ans. A friend of mine is doing an internship at Sharda University and is regretting each day he has to spend there. He says the money being spent for this purpose could have been put to better use. Sharda University spends a fortune on its marketing but fails to deliver the facilities. The faculty is least interested in teaching the students and taking care of patients. The junior doctors do most of the hard work. There are very few surgeries performed. In addition to that, even normal deliveries of a sufficient number are not done. The internship involves making fake patient files. This is what they do during their clinical postings. There are a lot of fees which are not mentioned in the advertisement(s). Other than these, Sharda University is a pretty popular college if you want to have fun. However, if you are serious about your life, look for other options.Read more
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Ques. How is the life of an MBBS student at KJ Somaiya medical college, Mumbai?

● Top Answer By Nisha Khanna on 23 Mar 21

Ans. Like two faces of the coin, each and every college have its own positive and negative aspects. Let us look through a few of them in order to find out the student satisfaction. Positive aspects: Curriculum: Academics are taken very seriously here. The curriculum is well designed, portions are always completed on time and professors are always on hand if you need any help. Class strength: Entire batch will have only fifty students. So each one of you will get special attention. The student-faculty ratio is amazing.  Ragging free campus: So far there are no complaints of ragging on campus. And any complaints regarding the same will be taken seriously. The locality around campus is safe for women in all aspects. Location: If you live in Mumbai and wouldn't prefer traveling a long distance or do not wish to stay in a hostel, K J Somaiya is perfect for you.  Facilities: College offers you amazing facilities. Libraries are stocked. The hostel is next to the college. The canteen is amazing. The campus even offers you football turf, cricket ground, skating rink, and indoor table tennis hall. Private hospital: Being a privately funded hospital patients aren't scarce, but the place isn't overcrowded too. This gives you ample time for your PG preparation and also perfect clinical exposure. Negative aspects: High tuition fee: The fee is extremely high for an infrastructure which they offer. 3/4th of the college is non-air-conditioned. Girls’ hostels are pretty good but boys’ hostels are below average. Compared to other colleges, the needs are not fully met for the price you pay. Extracurricular activities: There is not much encouragement from the management for participation in extracurricular activities. Yearly fest namely 'Akarshan' is all that college has to offer to you. Strict attendance: Attendance is strictly maintained. If you fail to meet the minimum requirement you may be detained or your grades might be affected. If the positive aspects from your perspective outweigh the negative ones, then college life is pretty good at KJ Somaiya. If money is not your primary concern and if you prefer Mumbai to study then this is the perfect college for you!Read more
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To get admission for MBBS in your preferred college, you will have to first apply for it by providing necessary details, relevant documents and paying the application fees. Medical Colleges in India provide admission to MBBS based on one’s score in the NEET entrance examination. So you will definitely have to submit the mark list that contains your qualification status and NEET scores while applying for the course in your preferred institution. For More Information, visit, Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery Details


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