Why getting MBBS seat in India is very difficult?
Yes it is. Not from the studies point of view. But because of the limited no of seats.
Take AIPMT’s example. There are about 6.5 lac candidates who appear for the exam and only 2800 get in. And god forbid if you are from general category then things get worse.
The studying part is interesting. But the competition might kill that interest.
Due to unavailability of seats, most of the people drop a year or two. Out of which hardly a few get into their desirous college.
Yes, There are 20 Government Medical colleges in Maharashtra. Each one have 15% AIPMT / MHT-CET quota. There are total 2760 MBBS seats are available and 414 filled through AIPMT/ MHT-CET. However, I must say that getting admission through MH-CET (98% rejection) is slightly easier than getting it through AIPMT (99.4% rejection). You may check List … Read more
Standard advice – For AIPMT 2016 1. Improve Focus – 10 minutes of meditation (The fight at the top is very close!). Do something extra, its not only the knowledge / coaching classes. 2. Time management (This can improve 5 to 10% chances) 3. Cool mind is of high priority. 4. Share the pain with … Read more
There is absolutely no question of paying donation for admission to MBBS in AIIMS. The admission system for 672 seats are all on the basis of merit just like AIPMT. There were totally 65,000 students who appeared for MBBS in AIIMS spread in 7 campuses across the country. Around success ratio for admission to MBBS … Read more