Management quota & NRI quota for MBBS
Many MBBS aspirants are uninformed of management quota for MBBS and NRI quota for MBBS in India. The following article will help you comprehend these two and the admission process for each of them.
In India, if a student study MBBS, it is considered a sign of pride and honor for the family. Therefore, students are determined to acquire a seat in a medical college. Those who score and rank well in NEET can easily apply for a seat. Whereas, those who score comparatively low to just qualified find it difficult to acquire a seat. Hence, the possibility of not getting a seat is higher.
To correct the same, a student can apply for the management or NRI quota. But before you apply, discuss with your family about the fee structure. In each of the cases, the fee structure is 5 times the normal fee. If your family can support a fee structure of up to 1.25 Crore, feel free to apply. For more information, go through the following article by Educon abroad.
Management quota for MBBS
The first thing you must know about management quota is it isn’t available in every state. Only a few states reserve seats for this quota. Second, it is only applicable when applied online. Some universities have an offline mode of application for management quota. Therefore, it is advisable to check the mode of application before you apply.
There is a bogus statement about management quota in MBBS. According to the statement, management quota is all about huge donations irrespective of clearance in NEET or not. It is undoubtedly false, there is no such thing as a donation. The admission process is entirely based on merit and eligibility.
NRI quota for MBBS in India
If you want to apply for NRI Quota in MBBS, you must abide by some rules and regulations. Like management quota, each state has its own set of prescribed rules for the NRI quota. Before you apply, pay attention to requirements and eligibility criteria.
To apply for NRI quota, you must fall under 2 crucial categories
- 1st-degree blood: Any student whose one parent or a sibling is an NRI can apply
- 2nd-degree blood: If any relative or close friend residing in a foreign country is ready to sponsor your education. In such case, you can apply for this quota
Again, only a few states or home state keep seats reserved for NRI quota. A few information regarding NRI quota
- There are no seats reserved for NRI quota in elite government medical colleges
- Private universities reserve a flat 15% NRI quota in deemed universities. The fee structure for the same is quite high
If you want to apply for any of the quotas, keep in mind that the fee structure is high. No donation can help you with the seats, only your rank and eligibility can.
Audit on seats during counseling
To ensure that seat in a medical college is given to the rightful candidate, the Medical Council of India (MCI) committee audit the seats. It can be explained with an example. For instance, a qualified student who acquired a seat in a medical college didn’t report to the college. In this situation, the college will report back to the committee. It will further make the seat available for the second round.
This comprehensive process assures to whom so ever seat is allotted, the same student is registered by the college restoring credibility.