Coming on MBBS in Jammu and Kashmir 2021, there are total 9 medical colleges in Jammu and Kashmir, out of which; 8 are Government medical colleges and 1 is private medical colleges. There are total 1085 Jammu and Kashmir MBBS seats from which the medical aspirants can apply to 985 medical seats belonging to government medical colleges, whereas 100 seats belonging to the only private medical college.
The scope of further studies is such that 4 medical colleges of Jammu and Kashmir offer 533 seats in MD/MS/Diploma programs and only 1 medical college that offer 35 seats in DM/MCH programs (Super specialty).
1. Fees, Seats - Govt Medical Colleges
2. Fees, Seats - Private Medical Colleges
3. Teaching Experience of Medical Colleges
4. NEET UG Counseling Process
5. Important Dates NEET 2022
6. Predict Your Chance for MBBS Seat
7. Medical PG or NEXT
8. Medical PG in USA (USMLE)
9. Medical PG in Germany
Refer to the below table for Total Tuition Fees, MBBS intake, Establishment Year, Cut off for All India Quota and State Quota Seats for every Govt Medical College in Jammu and Kashmir
|LIST OF GOVERNMENT MEDICAL COLLEGES IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR|
|Sr. No.||Name of |
|Year of Inception of College||Annual Intake (Seats)||Total Course fee |
|Expected Cut off(State Counseling)||Expected Cut off |
(All India counseling)
|1||Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Srinagar||1988||125||83 K||NA||NA|
|2||Government Medical College, Jammu||1972||180||45 K||NA||NA|
|3||Government Medical College, Srinagar||1959||180||1.06 Lacs||NA||NA|
|4||Government Medical College, Doda, Kashmir||2020||100||48 K||NA||NA|
|5||Government Medical College, Rajouri, J&K||2019||100||48 K||NA||NA|
|6||Government Medical College, Kathua||2019||100||48 K||NA||NA|
|7||Government Medical College, Anantnag||2019||100||48 K||NA||NA|
|8||Government Medical College, Baramulla||2019||100||48 K||NA||NA|
In the table below you can find the Total Tuition Fees, MBBS intake, Establishment Year, Cut off for All India Quota and State Quota Seats for every Govt Medical College. In Jammu and Kashmir, Private Medical Colleges participate solely in State Counseling procedures and not in All India Counseling. Hence, All India Quota cut off details is not available.
|LIST OF PRIVATE MEDICAL COLLEGES IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR|
|Name and Address of |
|Year of Inception of College||Annual Intake (Seats)||Total Course Fee||Expected Cut-off State Counseling|
|1||Acharya Shri Chander College of Medical Sciences, Jammu||1995||100||29 Lacs||NA|
In Jammu and Kashmir, most of the college established before Year 2000, very few colleges established recently in the last 5 years. It is always important to select an old medical college as there is no shortage of faculties and they are well experienced too, which is the primary requirement of a MBBS student for their learning.
|Teaching Experience||Name of Medical College|
|Less than 5 years|| |
1. Government Medical College, Doda, Kashmir
|25+ years|| |
1. Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Srinagar
The Board of Professional Entrance Examination, Srinagar, J&K is responsible for conducting State counseling for allocation of 85% of MBBS Seats in Govt and Private Medical College under State Quota. However, MCC is the governing body for filling rest 15 % seats through All India Quota seats in Govt Medical College and 100% Seats in Deemed University. Those who qualified NEET are eligible to apply in both the counseling processes. Please refer the table below to find Cut off marks for each category.
|Category||NEET 2021 Cutoff Percentile||NEET-UG 2020 Cutoff Marks||NEET-UG 2021 Cut off Marks|
|General (PwD)||45th percentile||129||122|
|SC/ST/OBC (PwD)||40th percentile||113||108|
Seat allocation is being done in multiple phases both in All India counseling and State counseling of Kerala. This is because, many seats become vacant due to withdrawal of seats by the students for not getting college of their choice, not able to arrange the funds for fees, Lack of proof of their category under which they applied etc. Once the dates for reporting to the college/ Fee deposits/Submitting documents is passed all such seats made available for the next rounds. In the below table, you can find the details for counseling rounds in All India and State counseling followed for MBBS Seat Allocation-
|Counselling Round||All India Counselling||State Counselling||All India & State 2022|
|Round-1||Feb 2022||Feb 2022||To be Announced|
|Round-2||Feb 2022||Feb 2022||To be Announced|
|Mop Up Round||NA||Feb 2022||To be Announced|
|Stray Round||NA||Mar 2022||To be Announced|
The BOPEE, Srinagar, J&K, Prepares and publish the State Merit list of under each category. Students can assess their chance to get college of their choice based on previous year’s Cut offs of that college. If you want to be sure about the chances it is recommended to use MOKSH College Predictor which utilizes Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technology. Also, this college predictor will give you an idea and will predict the college possible for you based on your current NEET Ranking, Reservation category and Other Quotas applicable for you.
The eligibility criteria for MBBS in Jammu and Kashmir 2021, are stated here in the following;
1. You should have completed 17 years of age by the 31st December of the year you’re applying for admission in.
2. You need to qualify NEET.
3. 10+2 with minimum 50% if you are unreserved, 45% for general-PH, 40% if you belong to reserved category (SC, ST, OBC and SC/ST/OBC-PH) in PCB recognised by a board.
4. Physics, Chemistry, English and Biology must be included in your core subjects.
The procedure to apply for admission commences with filing the Jammu and Kashmir admission form. To get the application form, visit the official Jammu and Kashmir MBBS admission portal known as, Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE). While filing the Jammu and Kashmir MBBS admission inline application for, the candidate must enter her/his personal details, contact details, academic details, NEET UG details, etc. Furthermore, the medical aspirant must ensure that all the information provided by them in Jammu and Kashmir MBBS admission online application form is correct. The following are the step-by-step approach to fill the Jammu and Kashmir MBBS application form.
1. Visit the official website of Board of Professional Entrance Examination, Jammu and Kashmir.
2. After going through the official BOPEE website, you must fill the Jammu and Kashmir admission online application.
3. First set of details include the candidates’ personal details such as name, father’s name and mother’s name, date of birth, gender, etc.
4. After filing the first set of the form, you need to fill your contact details, through which you can get notifications on any kind of development in J&K counselling and admission procedure.
5. An OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number. The OTP will help you to set the new password.
6. After filling all these information successfully, you will go to the next step, to fill the information about your domicile, category and academic details, such as your scores in 12th standard, subjects studied, result etc.
7. After filing each set, do not forget to click on ‘save and continue’.
8. Fill the details cautiously, and head towards uploading the essential documents.
9. The final step is to pay a certain amount that goes towards Jammu and Kashmir MBBS admission form fee. The amount that is needed to be paid is INR 1500/-. After paying the required amount, you have successfully applied for the Jammu and Kashmir MBBS admission.
10. Now take a printout of the registration receipt of the Jammu and Kashmir MBBS admission and keep it for future reference.
Documents required for MBBS in Jammu and Kashmir, are given below. Please follow the guidelines:
1. 10th and 12th standard certificate
2. 10th and 12th standard mark sheet
3. NEET hall ticket
4. NEET Score card
5. Birth certificate
6. Identity proof (Aadhaar card, Driving License, Passport, Voter ID)
7. 10 Passport sized photographs (The photograph must be the same as those used in the NEET application form and hall ticket)
8. Fee payment receipt
9. Printout of the Jammu and Kashmir MBBS admission form
Documents that are subject to applicability –
1. Reservation category certificate
2. Domicile certificate
3. PWD (Persons with Disability) certificate
4. Gap period affidavit
5. Income certificate
The reservation policy that is applicable to the various categories is mentioned below:
|A resident of Backward Area (RBA)||20%|
|Scheduled Tribe (ST)||Gujjars, Bakerwals – 6% |
Residents of Kargil and
Leh –2% Others – 1%
|Scheduled Caste (SC)||8%|
|Children of Defence Personnel||3%|
|Residents of Area Adjoining Actual Line of Control (ALC)||3%|
|Proficiency in Sports Quota (SP)||2%|
|Weak and underprivileged classes/Social Castes (OSC)||2%|
|Children of Para-Military forces and state police personnel||1%|
|Poor and Backward (P&B)||10 Seats (in ASCOMS)|
The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted the NEET (UG) 2021 examination on Sunday, 12th September 2021 in pen & paper mode. NEET-2021 Exam was delayed due to the second wave of COVID-19. CBSE announced the 12th Board exams for 2022 in April and May It is expected NTA may conduct NEET-UG 2022 Exams in the month of July’22. If it happens then the NEET result will be declared in the month of Aug. In such a scenario, NEET UG Counseling 2022 will take place in the month of Sept. The examination will serve as a uniform entrance examination for MBBS admission and other streams like BDS/ BAMS/ BSMS/ BUMS/ BHMS and other undergraduate medical courses.
Pl find the tentative date for NEET UG 2022 Exam
|EVENT||Expected Date NEET 2022|
|NEET exam notification||April/ May|
|NEET 2022 application form date by NTA||April/ May|
|Last date to submit NEET 2022 application form||2nd Week May|
|NEET UG 2022 Admit Card Release Date||1st/2nd Week Jul|
|NEET 2022 Exam Date||1st/2nd Week Jul|
|NEET 2022 Result||1st week Aug|
|Announcement of Counseling Dates||3rd Week Sept|
The most difficult time for any of the students is to wait after NEET till the counseling process to know whether he/she is getting a college of his/her choice or not? Sometimes this dilemma continues for a couple of months due to multiple rounds of counseling. It has become more difficult due to parallel counseling of All India Quota and various States due to COVID-19. The counseling process is very complex where 550+ Govt. and Private colleges offer 83000+ Seats and fee variation is also huge that ranges from less than 1 Lac to 2.5 Cr for the course.
Dreams shatter when any silly mistake in choice filling or wrong selection of college leads to getting a poorly ranked college. Imagine getting paid seats or no seats at all due to a lack of genuine guidance!
MOKSH AI-based MBBS college predictor predicts your chances of getting an MBBS seat in Jammu and Kashmir State Medical colleges in All India Counselling NEET UG 2021 and Jammu and Kashmir State Counselling NEET-UG 2021 under various Seat categories like Govt., Management or NRI Seat. For assessing your chances of getting a seat, the MOKSH Predictor algorithm takes categories/sub-category or various Quotas into consideration as per Govt. regulations. It also takes into account historical data published by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) or State Dept. responsible for counselling J&K Board Of Professional Entrance Examinations (JKBOPEE).
During MBBS study, a student realizes the importance of being a specialist. They also understand the competitiveness to secure MD/MS Seat in Govt College. If we look at the success ratio to get PG in Govt Medical College which is 11% Broadly we can say that only 1 out of 10 will get PG Seat whereas chances of getting Clinical specialty is 1 out of 20 applicants. It is obvious that the PG journey is going to be very difficult or else students should have enough money to get the paid seat in Pvt Medical College which may be in Crores!
|Total Applicants NEET PG 2021||Specialty||Govt Med |
|Pvt Med College|
|MD (Non Clinical)||15K||8.6%||10K|
|MS ( Clinical)||8K||4.6%||5K|
Do you feel early preparation and the right mentorship will pave your dream of becoming a specialist?
NMC already notified the introduction of the NEXT Exam in India from 2023. This exam will replace all Medical PG exams in India. The exam will be conducted in two parts NEXT-1 and NEXT-2. The Objective of the NEXT-1 is to assess the Student’s Knowledge of Pre, Para, and Clinical Subjects on the National Level. Only post-qualifying of NEXT-1 any Medical student will be eligible for an Internship. Post completion of internship Students needs to go thru NEXT-2 which will assess their Clinical skills, Patient Management, and Keeping of Medical history. Those who will be Clear NEXT-2 are awarded a license to practice and Rankers of NEXT-1 will get PG seats of their choice. You may refer to Page for detailed information on the NExT Exam.
We are well aware about difficulty of getting PG in India. With the introduction of NEXT, maximum students in India are getting attracted to USMLE prep from 1st year of MBBS since it simulates the new NMC Competency-based curriculum much easily. US Healthcare system is considered as one of the best health care systems because of numerous reasons like High rewards, excellent infrastructure, Merit-based assessment, Open opportunities for Super specialties. Most of the countries trying to replicate US health care assessment system for their Medical Graduates USMLE exam are divided in 3 Parts. One can appear in USMLE Step 1 after 2nd Year, USMLE Step 2 CK during internship and Step-3 during your residency (Medical PG). The USMLE is an online exam and can be taken at the PROMETRIC centers present across India.
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PG in Germany after MBBS in India is another great option, though it requires you to learn the German language. Of the 6 levels starting from A1 to C2, you need to clear A1 and A2 that would qualify you to apply for the visa.
Once the Language formalities are done, you get into the phase where you do Observer-ship from a German hospital approved by the German Medical Council. This is followed by Residency.
This may sound simple here but the process is quite complicated. To know more about PG in Germany after your MBBS in India