Head Office Head Office : HS 3/5, 2nd Floor, 24, Naria Rd, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh 221005
Associate Office 10A/8, 2nd Floor, Tashkent Marg, Opp Saket Colony, Civil Lines, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh

About Bangladesh

Bangladesh, also known as “The land of Bengal” , and officially the people’s Republic of Bangladesh, is a country in South Asia; and is bordered  India to its west, north and east; Burma to its southeast. Dhaka is the Capital city of Bangladesh. It is the world’s eighth-most populous country, with over 160 million people, and among the most densely populated countries.

Bangladesh is a Next Eleven emerging economy. It has achieved significant strides in human and social development since independence, including in progress in gender equity, universal primary education, food production, health and population control.

The country is a founding member of SAARC, the Developing 8 Countries and BIMSTEC. It contributes one of the largest peacekeeping forces to the United Nations, the organization of Islamic Cooperation and Non-Aligned Movement.

Life in Bangladesh

Due to its similar topography, climate and social-cultural atmosphere that are as similar as India and Nepal, standard of living and food habit is similar to us. Consumption of alcohol in Bangladesh is considered as illegal.

Although Bangladesh is an Islamic country, it is very safe and secure, and all the religions get same respect. Students are provided high quality of accommodation at much cheaper rate. So, Cost of living and education in Bangladesh is quite affordable compared to other countries.

Bengali, the national language of Bangladesh, belongs to the Indo-Aryan group of languages and is related to Sanskrit. Like Pali, however, and various other forms of Prakrit in ancient India, Bengali originated beyond the influence of the Brahman society of the Aryans.

High Degree of Safety and Security for Female Students

Bangladesh is a dry nation, as consumption and sells out of alcohol and drugs are illegal. Male and female have separate hostel facilities with 24-hours CC Camera surveillance and security guard.

Bangladesh has set off a Hub-Destination for MBBS and is the ideal target to become a doctor by profession. There are various factors which convince you to choose Bangladesh as your Medical-Career pathway:

  • Globally Recognized Degree
  • Affordable Tuition Fee : Half/Two times Lesser than Nepal and India Respectively
  • All the Medical Colleges are Recognized by NMC, MCI, BM&DC, and WHO
  • Climate is similar to Nepal and India
  • Bangladesh Shares Land-Borders with India to the West, North, & East. Which means, Very close to Nepal & Can travel by Bus or Airplane
  • Curriculum is similar to Nepal & India, since many Indian doctors are found to be taught in Bangladesh top Medical Universities
  • The Students have to face a lot of Formative Examinations in Each-Discipline. Such as, Item, Card, and Term Examinations
  • The MBBS Students are Being Taught By: Lectures, Tutorials, and Practical-Demonstrations.

MBBS in Bangladesh at a Glance

Degree Offered MBBS
Program Duration Six Years (5yrs+1yrs)
Eligibility Criteria 3.5 GPA or 60%
Fee (With Hostel) USD 30.000 to USD 40.000 for Six Years
Entrance Exams UG Common Entrance Exam (Nepali) and NEET-UG (Indian)
Medical Colleges Affiliated By Universities of Dhaka, Rajshahi, Shahjalal, Chittagong,  & Others
Medical College Approved & Recognition By WHO, NMC, MCI, BM&DC, ECFMG
Teaching Medium English

Eligibility Criteria for MBBS Program:

  • Must have passed 10th, O level or equivalent
  • Must have passed 12th, A level or equivalent
  • Must have minimum aggregate GPA in SEE or equivalent (3.5) and 12th or equivalent (3.5), overall Seven (7.00) from School and 10+2 level
  • In Biology, the mark must be minimum 60 which is GPA 3.5 (59.5% acceptable)
  • Must have passed UG Common Entrance Exam (Nepali) and NEET-UG (Indian)
  • Passport with minimum 6 months left before the date of expiration in order to get a visa
  • The student must be 17 years old or above on or before 31st December of the year in which the student is taking admission
  • Only one-year gap after 10+2 or equivalent acceptable, however, if you have two years or more gap, you can apply for other countries like; China, Philippines, Russia, Kazakhstan, and so on.

Calculation of 10th & 12th GPA against the Marks Obtained in SEE/SSC/O-Level and 10+2/A-Level/12th or Equivalent Based on Bangladesh Education Board Standard

Marks Range of an Each Subjects

Grade Point (GPA)

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Step-1: For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in SEE, SSC or ‘O’ level or any equivalent exam, only the top 5 subjects are considered for calculation of GPA. Therefore,

GPA in ‘SEE or SSC’ level Total Marks obtained in the top 5 Subjects ÷ 5

Step-2: For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in 10+2 / HSC/ ‘A’ level or any equivalent exam, only 3 subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) are considered. Therefore,

GPA in 10+2 / HSE /A-level or equivalent = Total Marks obtained in Three Subjects ÷ 3

Step-3: Overall GPA of SEE and 10+2 = (GPA of SEE) + (GPA of 10+2)

Documents Required:

  • 10 and 10+2 Attested Mark-Sheets and Characters
  • 14 Passport Size Photographs
  • Passport
  • Citizenship
  • Eligibility Certificate Issued by Nepal Medical Council or Respective Country’s Medical Council
  • NOC Letter from the Ministry of Education
  • Medical Report (if)
  • Police Report
  • Medical Entrance Pass Letter
  1. Dhaka Community Medical College (DCMC), Dhaka

Affiliated to Dhaka University ( DU )

  • Semi-Government 500 Bedded Medical College; Supports From Bangladesh Social Welfare Ministry
  • Established & Conducted By Dhaka University Professors & Government Doctors In 2006
  • Non-Profitable Organization Conducting By DCH Trust
  • Indian, Australian & USA Doctors Team Come For Free Treatment
  • Currently 100+ Nepalese Students Are Studying
  • Located In The Heart Of Dhaka City
  • Labor-Bed Free For Poor Patient
  • Recognized By WHO, MCI, NMC, And BM&DC
  1. Bangladesh Medical College [BMC], Dhaka

Affiliated to Dhaka University (DU)

  • First Private Medical College In Bangladesh Was Established In The College And The Hospital Are Run By Bangladesh Medical Studies And Research Institute (BMSRI) Which Is A Non Political And Non Profitable Organization
  • Recognized By WHO, MCI, NMC, And BM&DC
  • 500 Bedded Teaching Hospital
  • Modern Accident And Emergency Department
  • It Has A Large And Modern Mobile Hospital With A Fully Air Conditioned Operation Theatre, Patient Examination And Treatment Arrangements
  • There Are 5 Large Fully Air Conditioned Class Rooms With Closed Circuit Televisions For Lectures
  • Anatomy Dissection Hall Is Fully Air Conditioned
  • Each Class Is Provided With Overhead Projector, Slide Projector And Microphone System
  • The College Has A Modern Fully Air Conditioned Library Located On The First Floor. The Library Has A Collection Of Over 6674 Books Including Expensive Latest Monographs.
  1. Jahurul Islam Medical College [ JIMC ], Bajitpur, Dhaka

Affiliated to Dhaka University (DU)

  • JIMC has been established under the Aftab Rahima Welfare Trust in 1989
  • Second Oldest Medical College, was established in 1992
  • Number one private medical college in Bangladesh with 500 Bedded Teaching Hospital
  • Three-Hundred plus Nepalese Students are currently Studying
  • Recognized by BM&DC, MCI, WHO, & NMC
  1. Armed Forced Medical College [AFMC], Dhaka

Affiliated To Bangladesh University of Professional (BUP)

  • It Is A Military Medical College In Dhaka Cantonment; Dhaka, Established In 1999. It Is Run By The Military Of Bangladesh And Is Under The Ministry Of Defense Of Bangladesh
  • The Medical College Is Located In The Heart Of Dhaka City
  • Library Which Has A Stock Of More Than 12 Thousand Books Covering All Aspects Of Medical Professions
  • Medical Cadets Can Actively Participate In Extracurricular Activities
  1. Diabetic Association Medical College (DAMC), Faridabad, Bangladesh

Affiliated To Dhaka University (DU)

  • Established in 2005
  • Recognized By BM&DC, NMC, MCI, WHO, And IMED
  • 500 Bedded Hospital with High Patient Flow
  • Individual Medical Research Unit
  • Large Campus Area With Own Boys And Girls Hostel
  1. International Medical College, Tongi, Dhaka

Affiliated To Dhaka University (DU)

  • It Was Established In 1999
  • 600 Bedded Multidisciplinary Hospital
  • Recognized By BM&DC, NMC, MCI, WHO, And IMED
  • 22 Km Away From Center Of Dhaka In A Pleasant Environment
  • Campus Stands In A Solitary Environment Amidst Green Vegetation, Spaced Villages And Large Water Bodies
  • Teaching Aids : Overhead Projector, Epidiascope, Multimedia Projector And Other Audiovisual Equipment, VCR, VCD Are Used To Make Assimilation Easy
  1. Dhaka National Medical College (DNMC), Dhaka

Affiliated To Dhaka University (DU)

  • Ranks Among The Top Private Medical Colleges In The Country
  • It Was Established In 1994
  • It Has Excellent And Highly Qualified Faculties
  • Has A New 11 Storied Academic Building
  1. Enam Medical College [EMC], Savar, Dhaka

Affiliated To Dhaka University (DU)

  • Well-Equipped Hospital, Was Established In 2003
  • 800 Bedded Teaching Hospital With High Patient Flow
  • Three-Hundred Plus Nepalese Students
  1. Anwer Khan Modern Medical College [AKMMC] Dhaka

Affiliated To Dhaka University (DU)

  • One Of The Best And Well Equipped With 600 Bedded Modern Teaching Hospital
  • Established In 2008
  • Located In The Heart Of Dhaka City
  • Excellent Results Under The Dhaka University
  • Recognized by BM&DC, MCI, WHO & NMC
  • Fully Air Conditioned Facility Hospital
  1. Dhaka Central International Medical College [DCIMC] Dhaka

Affiliated To Dhaka University (DU)

  • Established In 2010
  • 500 Bedded Modern Teaching Hospital
  • Latest MRI & Modern Technology
  • Located In The Proper Center Of Dhaka
  • Computerized Library With Centrally Monitored
  • 100 + Nepalese Students Are Currently Studying
  • Recognized by BM&DC, MCI & NMC
  1. Green life Medical College [GLMC] Dhaka

Affiliated To Dhaka University (DU)

  • 700 Bedded Teaching Hospital With Fully Air Conditioned
  • Well-Equipped Hospital With Latest MRI & Modern Technology
  • Highly Qualified Teaching Faculty
  • Located In The Heart Of Dhaka City
  • Scholarship Available For Top Achievers
  • Recognized by NMC, MCI, WHO & BM&DC
  1. ZH Sikder Women’s Medical College & Hospital, Dhaka

Affiliated To Dhaka University (DU)

  • One Of The Best, Leading And Renowned Women’s Medical College In Bangladesh
  • Established In 1992, Centrally Located In Dhaka
  • 500 Bedded Hospital With Good Patient Flow
  1. Sylhet Women’s Medical College [SWMC], Sylhet

Affiliated to Shahjalal University of Science & Technology (SUST)

  • Most Preferred Women Medical College By Nepalese Students (100+ Studying)
  • Leading Private Medical College Established In 2005
  • 650 Bedded Teaching Hospital
  • Hostel Facility Available Inside The College Premises
  • Recognized by BM&DC, NMC & Enlisted in WHO
  1. North East Medical College [NEMC], Sylhet

Affiliated to Shahjalal University of Science & Technology (SUST)

  • Established In 1996 With The Team Of Bangladesh’s Renowned Doctors And Social Activists In The Center Of Sylhet
  • Own Cancer Hospital
  • One Of The Best And Preferred Medical College In Sylhet In Terms Of Quality Education And Climate
  • 300+ Nepalese Students are Currently Studying
  • Recognized by BM&DC, NMC & Enlisted in WHO Directory
  1. Jalalabad Ragib-Rabeya Medical College & Hospital [JRRMC], Sylhet

Affiliated to Shahjalal University of Science & Technology (SUST)

  • 1000 Bedded Teaching Hospital
  • Another Best And Most Preferred Medical College In Sylhet established in 1995
  • Most Preferred by Nepalese Students
  • Already 500+ Nepalese Doctors Passed Out
  • Recognized by NMC,BM&DC,MCI & Enlisted in WHO Directory
  • Pleasant and Family Environment
  1. North Bengal Medical College [NBMC], Sirajganj

Affiliated to Rajshahi University

  • Most Cheapest And Best Medical College Under The Rajshahi University In Bangladesh
  • 500 Bedded Teaching Hospital Established In 2000
  • Individual Care, Girls Hostel Located In The Premises Of Campus
  • Recognized by NMC,BM&DC,MCI & Enlisted in WHO Directory
  • 200+ Nepali Students are Currently Studying
  1. President Abdul Hamid Medical College (PAHMC), Kishoreganj, Dhaka Division

Affiliated To Dhaka University (DU)

  • Most Cheapest And Best Medical College Under The Dhaka University In Bangladesh
  • Huge Medical College Of 7-Acres In The Midst Of Nature in Own Property
  • Recognized by NMC,BM&DC&MCI
  • Separate Boys and Girls Hostel Located Inside the College Premises with 24-hours Security
  1. City Dental College, Dhaka

Affiliated to Dhaka University (DU)

  • Established In 1995
  • Well-Equipped Modern Dental Equipment With High Patient Flow
  • Recognized by BM&DC,NMC & DCI
  1. Rangpur Dental College, Rangpur

Affiliated to Rajshahi University

  • First Private Dental College offering Quality and Affordable Dental Care in North Bengal
  • Recognized by BM&DC, DCI & NMC
  • Most preferred Dental College by Nepalese Students

Other Medical Colleges Authorized WRC Nepal to Provide Counseling and Admission Services:    

  • Community Based Medical College, Mymensingh-1995 (Dhaka University)
  • Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College, Dhaka-1999 (Dhaka University)
  • Kumudini Women’s Medical College, Mirzapur-2001 (Dhaka University)
  • East-West Medical College, Dhaka-2000 (Dhaka University)
  • Delta Medical College, Dhaka-2008 (Dhaka University)
  • Popular Medical College, Dhaka-2010 (Dhaka University)
  • TMMS Medical College, Rangpur Road, Bogra -2008 (Rajshahi University)
  • IBN Sina Medical College, Kalyanpur, Dhaka-2005 (Dhaka University)
  • Southern Medical College, Nasirabad Chittagong-2005 (Chitagong University)
  • Central Medical College, Comilla-2005 (Chittagong University)
  • Mainamoti Medical College & Hospital, Comilla-2011 ( Chittagong University)
  • Monno Medical College, Manikganj, Dhaka-2011 (Dhaka University)
  • Ibrahim Medical College, Dhaka-2002 (Dhaka University)
  • Tairunnessa Memorial Medical College, Gazipur-2001 (Dhaka University)
  • Prime Medical College, Rangpur-2008 (Rajshahi University)
  • Eastern Medical College, Comilla-2005 (Chittagong University)
  • Rangpur Community Medical College, Rangpur-2008 (Rajshahi University)
  • Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College, Sirajganj-2005 (Rajshahi University)
  • University of Dental College, Dhaka-2014 (Dhaka University)
  • Pioneer Dental College, Dhaka-1995 (Dhaka University)
  • Update Dental College, Dhaka-2008 (Dhaka University)
  • Sapporo Dental College, Dhaka-1993 (Dhaka University)
  • Mandey Dental College, Hazaribag, Dhaka-2008 (Dhaka University)

Flow Chart of MBBS Course

The University conducts three Professional Examinations for the MBBS Course. There will be two professional examinations in each year.


Examinations Timing Subjects of the examinations
First Professional MBBS At the end of 1.5 years of the Course Anatomy,Physiology & BioChemistry
Second Professional MBBS At the end of 3.5 years of the Course Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Microbiology, Forensic Medicine & Toxicology and Community Medcicine
Final Professional MBBS At the end of 5th  years of the Course Medicine,Surgery,Obsterics & Gynaecology
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About Nepal

Nepal, officially the federal Democratic Republic of Nepal is a landlocked central Himalayan Country in south Asia. It has a Population of 26.4 Million and is the 93rd largest country by area.[Bordering china in the north and India in the South .east, and west, it is the largest sovereign Himalayan State.

Nepal Has a Diverse geography, including fertile plains,[12] subalpine forested hills ,and eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains, including Mount Everest ,the highest point on Earth. Kathmandu is the nation’s capital and largest city. It is a multiethnic nation with Nepali as the official language.

The territory of Nepal has a recorded history since the Neolithic age. The name Nepal is first recorded in texts from the Vedic Age, the era which founded Hinduism, the predominant religion of the country.In the middle of the first millennium BCE, Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, was born in southern Nepal since the 8th century.

Nepal hosts the permanent secretariat of the south Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), of which it is a Founding member . Nepal is also a member of the Non Aligned Movement and the Bay of Bengal Initiative. Nepal has long standing bilateral treaties with the United Kingdom since 1923, India since 1950, and china since 1960.[19][20] The Military of Nepal is the fifth Largest in South Asia and is notable for its Gorkha History, particularly during the world wars, and has been a significant contributor to United Nations Peacekeeping operations.

Modern Nepal is a federal secular parliamentary republic. It has seven states . Nepal is a developing nation, ranking 145th on the Human Development Index (HDI) in 2014.

Nepal at a Glance

Between India & the Tibetan Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China.

Area & Population 
147,181Sq.Kms & Approximately 22 Million

Latitude & Longitude
26’12’ and 30’27’ North & 80 degree 4′ and 88degree 12’East


Over 100 Ethnic Groups & 70Spoken Language

Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal

From the World’s Deepest Gorge ‘Kali -Gandaki’ , to the highest point on earth Mt. Everest at 8848m.

Nepal Possesses some of the most outstanding bio-diversity in the world,ranging from sub -tropical Rain- forests to Alpine Deserts

Climate ranges from sub- tropical in the low lands to arctic higher altitudes.

Winter (December – February)
Summer (March – May)
Monsoon (June – August)
Autumn (September – November)

National Bird & National Flower
Impean Pheasant (Danfe) & Rhododendron Arboreum (Lali Gurans)

National Festivals
Dashain, Tihar, Shivaratri, Nepali New Year (Baishak First),Tej,Chat etc.

Nepal has been receiving much attention from international students who are looking to MBBS Admission in Nepal. Their medical institutions are fully equipped with all the required amenities to tech and share information concerning the medial science.

Currently there are four categories of MBBS College in Nepal-those are that affiliated with Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu Universities, B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Science and Patan academy of health science.

The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) is a four and half year integrated program followed by a compulsory internship training of one year. Generally the MBBS program is divided into three parts. The first two years of study consists of basic medical science. These years also includes an introduction to clinical science. Over the next two and half years, students learn the principles and skills of clinical medicine by rotating through various medical specialties. The final one year consists of internship.

Reasons to choose MBBS/BDS in Nepal

  • Degree is Recognized by Medical Council of India(MCI) & Srilanka Medical Council(SMC)
  • Curriculum of Global Standard
  • WHO Enlisted Institutions
  • Affordable cost and fee can be paid in Installments
  • Qualified and Experienced teaching faculties
  • Friendly Environment with food & Culture similar to India & Srilanka
  • Colleges have own hospitals with good patient flow
  • Easy transportation from Srilanka
  • Many Indian students doctors have already passed from Nepal and working successfully
  • The MBBS degree awarded by TU/KU is formally recognized by all SAARC, Commonwealth & ASIAN countries and is reciprocally by Europe Asia Middle East, America, Australia and African continents.

Bachelor Of Medicine And Bachelor Of Surgery(MBBS Program)
Medical colleges in Nepal provide a four-and-a-half-years MBBS degree program in all the preclinical subjects and selected clinical subjects. The four and a half years MBBS course is divided into 9 semesters of 6 months each. Upon successful completion of the course, students will undergo a 1 year compulsory residential rotating internship. The medium of instruction is English.

MBBS Curriculium-Preclinical (Semesters I-IV)
The first and second years of instruction cover integrated preclinical Sciences, Community Medicine, Introduction to clinical Medicine and Medical Informatics. Preclinical Science includes Anatomy, Microbiology, Pathology, and Pharmacology & Physiology. These subjects are taught in and integrated manner and are incorporated into Community Medicine and introduction to clinical Medicine. Students gain clinical knowledge and problem solving skills. Medical informatics is integrated to provide computer expertise relevant to medical education.

At the end of the first year and second year there are university examinations on each of the above subjects. A student must complete all subjects of the practical sciences- first year MBBS within three from the date of admission & second year within four from the date of admission.

A student is required to pass all the preclinical subjects before he/she is allowed to be promoted to the clinical sciences (Semester V)

Clinical Sciences [Semester V-IX]
Clinical sciences include the subjects of forensic Medicine .Community Medicine, Ophthalmology {ENT} Medicine & Allied Subjects [Psychiatry, Dermatology, Radiology, Emergency Medicine &More], Obstertrics & Gynaecology , Paediatrics and other allied medical and surgical specialities & subspecialities.

The third year MBBS university examinations in Forensic Medicine, Community Medicine Ophtalmology are held at the end of the seventh semester. A student cannot be admitted to the ninth semester until he/she has passed all four subjects. At the end of nine semesters are the final MBBS university examinations in Medicine and Allied Subjects, Surgery and Allied Subjects, Obstetrics & Gynaecology & Paediatrics.

Clinical training is conducted at the Concerned Medical Teaching Hospital and Associated Local hospitals.

A system of continuous evaluation is followed through fortnightly tests. semester exams end-posting evaluation, seminars & problem based learning sessions. The continuous evaluation system has helped to achieve excellent results in the university examinations.

Teaching Methodology
The teaching program in preclinical consists of

  • Didactic classroom lectures
  • Practical’s
  • PBLs/Seminar
  • Community/Hospital visits

Fortnightly academic time tables are prepared, giving details of the teaching program with topics to be covered. These are put up well in advance. To support the integrated approach, seminars and PBLs are conducted every fortnight on important diseases/syndromes. This Gives the preclinical students a better clinical orientation of the systems being taught. Concurrent evaluation is done by fortnightly test, viva -voce, seminars and PBLs .Semester examinations are held at the end of each 5 months. The Teaching Program in Clinical Sciences consists of :

  • Didactic classroom lectures
  • Clinical/ Practical training in hospitals, wards/Community visits/Field training camp
  • Symposia/Seminar
  • Clinical meeting/Faculty talks/Guest Lectures

The above teaching sessions take an average of forty two hours/week, out of which there are 12 didactic lectures per week. The stress is mainly on Clinical/ Practical training. The Students are Periodically Assessed by conducting end posting clinical exams [Clinical and Viva], mid-Semester Exams and end-semester exams.

One Year of rotating internship is compulsory. The Kathmandu University and Nepal Medical Council have approved six different schemes for internship for student of different countries,as per the requirements of their medical council. Students do their internships in Nepal ,India ,Sri-Lanka, Australia, USA,UK and South Africa. Internship rules are subject to change as per the rules of themedical Coun

A. MBBS Course Durations : 4.5 Year + 1 Year Internship
Must have passed qualifying examinations (HSC/’A’ Level) or equivalent examinations with any one of the following conditions:

  • Completed 10+2 years of education or equivalent with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate and not less than 50% of marks in each subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB).
  • Age should be at least 17 years by the last date of submission of application are eligible to apply in the MBBS or BDS courses.
  • At least 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English i.e. minimum ‘C’ grades for Sri Lankan and ‘D’ grades for international boards (EDEXCEL/Cambridge, etc) at the ‘A’ Level or equivalent examination.
  • If English is not opted at the ‘A’ level, then at least 50% marks in English at ‘O’ level or equivalent examinations.
  • TOEFEL/IELTS/SAT are not required

B. Application form for admission into medical colleges in Nepal is available in the month of July/August which can be collected from the consultancy office.
Dully filled in application from along with the following documents:

  • Copy of Passport
  • 06 Passport size Photographs
  • ‘O’ & ‘A’ level certificate i.e. Mark sheet, Character Certificate, Migration Certificate

C. Admission will be subject to the Kathmandu University/Tribhuwan University norms and qualifying an entrance exam conducted by the Kathmandu University/Tribhuwan University, for which the applicants are advised to consult the consultancy. D. Application Fee to Apply in the MBBS/BDS Course in Nepal

The application form to apply in the concerned college in Nepal will be approx 50 USD (Non Refundable) & approx 35 USD to appear for the University Entrance Examination which will be conducted in Nepal.

Studying MBBS in Nepal is an excellent opportunity for the Indian students. Nepal happens to be a friendly and peaceful nation, having good relations with India and have no language problem because most of peoples in Nepal can understand Hindi and English. Also food habits and weather conditions are similar to India.

The medical colleges in Nepal have the medical infrastructure and the syllabus followed is identical to that of Medical Council of India. Many medical colleges in Nepal are promoted by Govt. of India as well as Indian owners

There are only two universities- Institute of Medicine (IOM) under the Tribhuvan University (TU) and the Kathmandu University (KU) providing affiliation to medical schools here in Nepal. The BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS) and the Patan Academy of Health Science (PAHS) are two autonomous academies conducting MBBS courses.

Currently, Nepal has 21 medical schools and annual intake capacity of around 2,000 MBBS students.

Government Medical Colleges in Nepal

  1. Institute of Medicine (IOM), Maharajgunj,Kathmandu
  2. B.P Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKHIS),Dharan ()

Kathmandu University Medical School Kathmandu (KUSMS)

Private Medical Colleges in Nepal Affiliated to Kathmandu University (KU)

  1. Kathmandu Medical College (KMC), Kathmandu
  2. Nepal Medical College (NMC), Jorpati, Kathmandu
  3. Manipal Medical College of Medical Science (MCOMS),Pokhara
  4. Birat Medical College,Biratnagar
  5. College of Medical College,Bharatpur
  6. Nepalgunj Medical College,Nepalgunj
  7. Lumbini Medical College(LMC), Tansen
  8. Nobel Medical College,Biratnagar
  9. Devdaha Medical College & Teaching Hospital, Devdaha

Private Medical Colleges in Nepal Affiliated to Tribhuvan University

  1. National Medical College (NMC), Birgunj
  2. Universal Medicine College (UCMS), Bhairawaha
  3. Janaki Medical College (JMC), Janakpur
  4. KIST Medical College (KISTMCTH), Imadol,Lalitpur
  5. Chitwan Medical College (CMC), Bharatpur,Chitwan
  6. Gandaki Medical College (GMCTHRC), Lekhnath,Pokhara

Autonomous Medical Colleges

  1. Patan Academy of Health Sciences (PAHS),Patan, lalitpur
  2. National Academy of Medical Sciences (NAMS), Kathmandu
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About China

China is the world’s most populous country. It has a continuous culture stretching back nearly 4,000 years and originated many of the foundations of the modern world.

The People’s Republic of China was founded in 1949 after the Communist Party defeated the nationalist Kuomintang, who retreated to Taiwan, creating two rival Chinese states – the People’s Republic on the mainland and the Republic of China based on Taiwan.

After stagnating for decades under the rigid totalitarian socialism of founder Mao Zedong, China reformed its economy along partly capitalist lines to make it one of the world’s fastest-growing, as well its leading exporter. China is now a major overseas investor, and is pursuing an increasingly assertive foreign and defence policy.

But economic change has not been matched by political reform, and the Communist Party retains a tight grip on political life and much of wider society.

People’s Republic of China

Capital: Beijing

  • Population 1.4 billion
  • Area 9.6 million sq km (3.7 million sq miles)
  • Major language Mandarin Chinese
  • Major religions Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Taoism
  • Life expectancy 75 years (men), 78 years (women)
  • Currency Renminbi (yuan)


  • The duration of MBBS course in China is of either 5 to 6 years.

  • In China, a good number of universities have been recognized by the Nepal Medical Council. Alongside, studying MBBS in China is very cost effective if you compare medical studies in India and other countries like the USA, the UK, Australia, and Russia.

  • The tuition fee, travel expenses, accommodation rentals and food expenses are all very economical in China.

  • The MBBS aspirant must have scored at least 50% in 12th class and must have qualified the entrance exam to get admission in a medical college or university in China. Different colleges may have different criteria.

    Advantage of Studying in China

    • The cost of studying in China is very less in comparison to the private medical colleges in India.
    • A good number of Universities are recognized by the Medical Council of India.
    • Only a few colleges require an English proficiency tests, admission in all other universities is a hassle-free process.
    • Student exchange programs are aplenty for the students pursuing MBBS in China.
    • Being close to Nepal commute from China to Nepal and the other way around is easy.


  • Favorable climatic conditions ideal for students from different climatic zones
  • High degree of safety and security on campus china as a country believes in self discipline.
  • China as a country believes in self discipline and crime is not tolerated. It is extremely safe for foreign students.
  • Over 100 medical universities to choose for MBBS study in china.
  • Huge number of patients with different diseases gives good exposure to MBBS students for hands on training.
  • World-class infrastructure with state of the art medical technology and equipment.
  • Facility of scholarships for bright and economically backward students.
  • Easy documentation and hassle free VISA process
  • Easy and direct admission process.
  • Medium of instruction in English.
  • NMC, MCI,WHO approved Medical universities
  • Guaranteed VISA
  • Affordable and world class hostels.
  • Lodging facilities for girls and boys separately.

Common fees in China for any program: (Approximately 1500 – 3000RMB)

  • Residence Permit Fee
  • Physical Examination Fee
  • Health insurance Fee
  • Registration fee
  • Bedding fee
    1. Established : 1921
    2. Public Research University located in Nanchang, Jiangxi, china.
    3. NCU has also been recognized as a national key University in the nation.
    4. NCU is the first and the only one in Jiangxi Province that has been sponsored by both Project 211(1995-2016) and double first class university plan (2017-present) of the ministry of education.
    5. Intake : September
    6. Tuition fee: 20000 RMB
    7. Hostel : 4600 RMB
    8. Ranking – Country Rank : 74
      World Rank: 554
    1. Established : 2001
    2. Dali University is a public university located in the national historical & Cultural city- Dali City, Yunnan Province.
    3. Intake : September
    4. Tuition fee: 23000 RMB
    5. Hostel : 2200 RMB
    6. Merit Based Scholarship upto 20000 RMB Per year
    1. Henan, Xinxiang, China
    2. A provincial public medical university, Xinxiang medical university had been in operation since 1950 & been granted recognition by the WHO since 1958.
    3. Intake : September
    4. Tuition Fee: 20000 RMB
    5. Hostel Fee : 2500 RMB
  1. Hebei Medical University
    1. Established : 1894
    2. Hebei Medical University, formerly known as the Beiyang Medical School, is one of the high ranking universities in Hebei Province.
    3. Intake : September
    4. Tuition Fee: 30000 RMB
    5. Hostel Fee : 4500 RMB
  1. Dalian Medical University
    1. Founded : 1947
    2. Dalian, Liaoning, China
    3. Dalian medical University is renowned for its advance teaching methodology and sophisticated hospitals for internship.
    4. Intake : March/September
    5. Tuition Fee: 45000 RMB
    6. Hostel Fee : 11000 RMB
  1. Jinzhou (Liaoning) Medical University
    1. Founded : 1946
    2. Located in the province of Liaoning in the north-eastern of China, Jinzhou Medical University enjoys very good reputation in china for its pragmatism and has cultivated numerous outstanding medical talents.
    3. Intake : March/September
    4. Tuition Fee: 35000 RMB
    5. Hostel Fee : 5000 RMB
  1. Zhengzhou University
    1. Established : 1956
    2. Zhengzhou University is the largest university in China in term of student number (73,000 students).
    3. Intake : September
    4. Tuition Fee: 32000 RMB
    5. Hostel Fee : 5000 RMB
  1. Xuzhou Medical University
    1. Founded : 1958
    2. Institution of high education under the direct administration of Jiangsu Provincial Government.
    3. Xuzhou Medical University has now become the center of medical education, medical service and medical research in the North of Jiangsu Province.
    4. Intake : September
    5. Tuition Fee: 32000 RMB
    6. Hostel Fee : 4600 RMB


  1. 10th Marksheet
  2. 12th Marksheet
  3. Leaving Certificate/Transfer Certificate (In English)
  4. Passing Certificate/Migration Certificate
  5. Birth Certificate (In English)
  6. Passport
  7. Passport size Photos (Matte Finish – White Background)
  8. Police Report
  9. Bank statement
  10. Foreign Physical Examination Form
  11. Provisional Certificate
  12. Entrance Pass certificate
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About Kazakhstan


The indigenous Kazakhs were a nomadic Turkic people who belonged to several divisions of Kazakh hordes. They grouped together in settlements and lived in dome-shaped tents made of felt called yurts. Their tribes migrated seasonally to find pastures for their herds of sheep, horses, and goats. Although they had chiefs, the Kazakhs were rarely united as a single nation under one great leader. Their tribes fell under Mongol rule in the 13th century and they were dominated by Tartar khanates until the area was conquered by Russia in the 18th century.

The area became part of the Kirgiz Autonomous Republic formed by the Soviet authorities in 1920, and in 1925 this entity’s name was changed to the Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (Kazakh ASSR). After 1927, the Soviet government began forcing the nomadic Kazakhs to settle on collective and state farms, and the Soviets continued the czarist policy of encouraging large numbers of Russians and other Slavs to settle in the region.

Owing to the region’s intensive agricultural development and its use as a testing ground for nuclear weapons by the Soviet government, serious environmental problems developed by the late 20th century. Along with the other central Asian republics, Kazakhstan obtained its independence from the collapsing Soviet Union in 1991. Kazakhstan proclaimed its membership in the Commonwealth of Independent States on Dec. 21, 1991, along with ten other former Soviet republics. In 1993, the country overwhelmingly approved the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. President Nursultan Nazarbayev restructured and consolidated many operations of the government in 1997, eliminating a third of the government’s ministries and agencies. In 1997, the national capital was changed from Almaty, the largest city, to Astana (formerly Aqmola).


Kazakhstan lies in the north of the central Asian republics and is bounded by Russia in the north, China in the east, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan in the
south, and the Caspian Sea and part of Turkmenistan in the west. It has almost1,177 mi (1,894 km) of coastline on the Caspian Sea. Kazakhstan is about four times the size of Texas. The territory is mostly steppe land with hilly plains and plateaus.

Republic of Kazakhstan

Capital: Nur-Sultan

  • Population 18 million (UN, 2012)
  • Area 2.7 million sq km (1 million sq miles)
  • Major languages Kazakh, Russian
  • Major religions Islam, Christianity
  • Life expectancy 68 years (men), 77 years (women) (UN)
  • Currency Tenge

MBBS in Kazakhstan 

  •  It is well-known and in-demand course for the students.
  •  The study is for five years and the candidates get to hold the degree if they qualify with good marks and college.
  • If you are planning to pursue MBBS in kazakhstan as your career then the right decision is to take admission in top medical universities in Kazakhstan.
  • The republic of Kazakhstan is blooming in the field of medical colleges.
  • It can be a huge relief for the students who are planning to go for Mbbs abroad. 
  • Unlike other international destinations, Kazakhstan offers medical education at affordable prices allowing the international students to get an excellent education at the most reduced rates.
  • There are many medical universities in Kazakhstan that grant incredible clinical practice to the MBBS students. They aim to ensure that students get excellent learning exposure before they start practicing their profession.
  • The country gives an exceptional option to international students willing to become great doctors of tomorrow.

Why Kazakhstan?

  • Kazakhstan is a culturally rich country that is fairly mainstream but a protected republic that has a varied topography that includes the steppes, taiga, ravines, slopes, delta and snow clad mountains.
  • It is a picturesque nation that seems cradled within the backdrop of mountains so as a student studying MBBS in Kazakhstan.
  • You can be sure of beautiful scenery and panoramic views of natural beauty throughout your stay.
  • The country has an impressive GDP which makes it a fast developing nation but with noteworthy medical infrastructure making it a favored nation for studying MBBS abroad.
  • The international element and diversity of the country is the key factor in making it global hub of education due to its collaborations with international educational bodies.

Al- Farabi Kazakh National university

  1. Established in 1934 and located in Almaty Kazakhstan.
  2. It is the leader of the National Rankings among the medical universities of Kazakhstan.
  3. It was conferred with the laureate of the Award of the commonwealth of independent states for achievements in the area of quality and services in the history of the country.
  4. Al Farabi is ranked 207 in the QS world University Rankings (as of 2019) and Kazakhstan’s highest ranked university.
  5. Course duration : 5 years + 1 internship
  6. Recognized by : MCI, WHO, NMC,IMED, USMLE etc
  7. Tuition fees : 1st year $6,800 and 2nd – 6th year $5,200 (including hostel)
  8. Climate: In summer the temperatures average more than 30°C and in winter average is −20 °C
  9. Traveling to Almaty – Fights from Kathmandu to Almaty airport.

Universities for Mbbs in KAZAKHSTAN  

  • Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty
  • Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University, Almaty
  • Jsc South Kazakhstan Medical Academy
  • Karaganda state Medical University, Karagandy
  • Kazakh Medical University of Continuing Education, Almaty
  • Kazakhstan-Russian Medical University, Almaty
  • Kokshetau State University named after Shokan Ualikhanov, Kokshetau
  • Kozybayev North Kazakhstan State University, Petropavl
  • Semey State Medical University, Semey
  • University of International Business, Almaty, Kazakhstan
  • West Kazakhstan Marat Ospanov State Medical University, Aktobe

About Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University is the leading institution of the system of higher education of the Republic of Kazakhstan, which was the first to pass the state certification and which has justified its right to realize academic activity on all specialties and at all levels.

The university, being a member of the International Association of universities and the Co-founder of the Eurasian Association of universities, was the first among the universities of Kazakhstan and countries of Central Asia which has signed the Great Charter of Universities in Bologna; it has successfully passed the international certification on the correspondence to the system of quality management (SQM), the requirements of international standards ISO 9000:2000 and has obtained the certifications from the largest global certification centers – the International Certification System IQNET.

The University has an enormous educational, scientific, spiritually educational, innovative and production potential which is aimed to the training of specialists of the highest qualification, further integration into the global educational space, development of fundamental and applied research, their implementation into production.

The university consists of 16 functioning faculties, 67 departments, 32 scientific research institutes and centers, a techno-park; more than 2000 professors, doctors, scientific candidates and PhD’s, more than 100 academicians of the largest academies, more than 40 honored figures of the Republic of Kazakhstan, about 40 laureates of State and nominal awards of RK and 40 laureates of the young scientists’ awards, 47 fellows of state scientific fellowships. More than 18000 students and masters at the multilevel system of higher professional education study in the university. We cooperate with 418 largest international universities of the world on the realization of joint international educational programs, exchange programs for students and internship.

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About India

India has been a major seat of learning for thousands of years. The country was home to both Takshashila – the first university in the world, and to the inventor of the digit 0 – Äryabhata. Albert Einstein once said:, “we owe a lot to the Indians who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made”.

Today, India is known as a communication hub, and has become popular with international students from all over the world. It is highly attractive due to its forward thinking, its popularity with large multinational companies, and also due to English being the common language of communication. According to Peter Drucker, “India is become a power house very fast, the medical school in New Delhi is now perhaps the best in the world. The technical graduates of Indian Institute of Technology, Bangalore are as good as any in the world. Also India has 150 million people for whom English is their main language so India is indeed becoming a knowledge center”.

Higher education in India starts after passing the higher secondary education or the 12th standard. Depending on what you study, attaining your degree in India can take three to five years. Postgraduate courses are generally two to three years long. After completing a postgraduate degree, there is the option of continuing on with doctoral studies and research at various educational institutes.

Due to the limited number of universities in relation to the large number of applicants, universities work with affiliated colleges. These provide education and issue degrees under the name of the affiliated university. There are approximately 20,000 colleges, 42 central universities, 275 State universities, 130 Deemed Universities and 93 Institutes of National importance in the Indian higher education system.

The private sector within Indian higher education is also strong and steadily growing. These institutes offer education at everything from certificate and diploma level to undergraduate and postgraduate education. These private institutions originally started a trend for distance education, which is now very popular throughout India. Today many prestigious Indian Universities offer distance programs and some such as Indira Gandhi National Open University offer only distance programs, and is one of the largest in student enrollment.

1. It is a developing country.
Unless particularly well traveled, many college students from the industrialized world have not had the privilege of living in a developing country. Many study abroad programs in India will be a crash course in the nature of the social, economic, and infrastructural challenges that are faced by the majority of the world’s population living in poverty today. With nearly 1.3 billion people, India is one of the world’s largest and poorest countries. Exposure to urban life in India will be a very grounding experience to say the least.

2. It has a growing economy. 
The silver lining to India’s current challenges related to poverty is that the country continues to see steady progress and growth. Though plagued by stark levels of inequality (like much of the developing, and developed, world), India lays claim to a significant degree of wealth as well. Cities like Mumbai and New Delhi are booming as the country gradually integrates into the global economy. The ceiling is sky high for India, and it is a very exciting time to witness, as the next generation continues to seek new and innovative ways to tap its vast potential.

3. It is easy to get involved on campus.
On the latter note about India’s population of young people, studying abroad at an Indian university and making friends with peers from halfway across the world will be an incredibly rewarding experience. Many Indian colleges use English as the medium of education, making it possible to fully immerse yourself in campus life. If you make the effort to reach out and meet new people, you can become a part of the youthful wave which is helping usher India into a new era.

4. It has great opportunities for global networking.
The connections you make while studying abroad in India do not have to stop with your Indian peers. There are many opportunities to become involved in the public or private spheres as an international student in India, where you can gain practical experience within a deeply enriching work environment. Interning or volunteering in your field of interest in tandem with your studies is a great way to meet new people, contribute to change, and sow the seeds for a future international career.

5. It provides an education beyond the walls of a classroom. 
Beyond the classroom walls, you will find that daily life in India becomes a highly educational experience by exposing you to a very unique cultural context. While you can make an argument for the distinctiveness of every country’s national character, even then India remains on a plateau of its own. You cannot formulate what life is like in India until you experience it and even then it is hard to put into words. Life in India is equal parts inspiring, frustrating, and shocking. Every day studying abroad in India will bring its own life lesson.

6. It has a complex history worth knowing about. 
A huge part of these lessons stem from the country’s dense and complicated history. Most travelers do not know much about India’s past beyond the surface level. While studying abroad in India you will come to understand its mythical foundations through the Mahabharata, its centuries of warfare under the rule of kings and sultans, and its modern struggle for independence from the British Raj. Ancient temples, beautiful palaces, and sweeping fortresses all remain standing relics of India’s epic past.

7. It is filled with affordable travel opportunities.
Since India is such an inexpensive place to live and study abroad, you will have the chance to enjoy frequent and affordable travel throughout the country, and you should explore as much of the country and its history as possible. From the sprawling tea estates of Darjeeling to the holy Ganges River in Varanasi to the Taj Mahal in Agra, you will have your hands full trying to reach as much of this incredibly diverse country as time allows. It is impossible to see everything, but by riding trains, planes, and rickshaws you will become quite the seasoned traveler if you try.

8. It will provide you with enlightenment (or something like it).
India is a deeply religious place, and whether you are a spiritual person or not, your experiences traveling across the countryside and immersing yourself in the flow of life cannot help but lead to some metaphysical musings. The conversations you will have, the things you will see, the preconceptions you will let go of, your entire trip will make for a quasi-enlightening experience, as the world you thought you knew will change before you. Prior to returning home, you will be equipped with an entirely new perspective on life in our modern age.

9. It will require significant readjustment.
Talk to most people who have studied abroad in India and they will tell you that the most difficult part is adjusting to life back at home. Reverse culture shock may seem like a strange thing to include as a positive reason to study abroad in India, but this is a very important part of the process. You might be disillusioned for a while, returning to the introverted perspective of whatever place you call home. Be it weeks, months, or years down the line, the experience of leaving and returning home, and adjusting successfully to both, will become fully integrated into your more mature global outlook on life.

10. It will never leave you.
And at long last comes the finished product: studying abroad in India will inspire you to travel more, to learn more, and to become the best version of yourself. The connections you make, the experiences you have, the realizations you have will all blend into a piece of yourself that will remain powerfully active as life moves on.

About NIRF Ranking
The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) was approved by the MHRD and launched by Honourable Minister of Human Resource Development on 29th September 2015.

This framework outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country. The methodology draws from the overall recommendations broad understanding arrived at by a Core Committee set up by MHRD, to identify the broad parameters for ranking various universities and institutions. The parameters broadly cover “Teaching, Learning and Resources,” “Research and Professional Practices,” “Graduation Outcomes,” “Outreach and Inclusivity,” and “Perception”.

India Rankings – 2016 based on this framework were released on 4th April 2016.

For India Rankings – 2017, the main ranking parameters remain the same. However, there are a few significant changes in a few sub-parameters. Also, this year every large institution will be given a common overall rank as well as a discipline specific rank as applicable.

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About DASA

Admission into Premier Indian Government Institutions

Direct Admission of Student Abroad (DASA) is the Scheme of MHRD, Which Offer direct admission to Foreign National /Person of Indian Origin (PIOs) /NRI to undergraduate Engineering /Information Technology /Architecture program offered by the National Institutes of Technology (NIITs),Indian Institute of information Technology(IITs) And 4 other centrally funded institutions (Including PEC) under the DASA Scheme. The Institutions covered this scheme are comparable to the best in the world and are known for proving quality education in Science & Technology.

The admission of foreign nationals and indian students studying abroad to undergraduate Engineering programs in certainly Funded Institutions (CFIs) is being done under DASA (Direct Admission of Students Abroad) scheme from the academic session 2001-02 onwards. The National Institutes of Technology (NIIT s), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) and other premier technical institutions in india, which are covered under DASA scheme for admission to under graduate engineering programmes are as follows

DASA (UG) 2020-Important Dates

S.N Schedule Date (Tentative)
1. Submission of Application Form Online From April 2020
2. Deadline for  receiving SAT test score receipt June 2020
3 Allotment of seats (1st Round) Third week of June 2020
4 Allotment of seats (2nd Round) Third week of June 2020 after the confirmation by candidates for 1st round of seat allotment
5 Allotment of seats (3rd Round) 4th week of June 2020 after the confirmation by candidate for 2nd round of seat allotment
6 Candidate’s confirmation of seats after 3rd round of seat allotment Upto the first week of July 2020
7 Registration of new applicants First week of July 2020
8 Fourth round of seat allotment Upto the second week of July 2020
9 Candidate’s confirmation of seats after 4th round of seat allotment Upto the third week of July 2020
10 Announcement of vacant seats spot round Fourth week of July 2020
11 Registration of candidates for spot round Upto 31st July 2020
12 Seat allotment for Spot Round First week of August 2020
  1. Age Limit: Candidate must be born on or after October 1, 1993
  2. Education Qualification: Candidates should have passed Secondary and Senior Secondary Examination from any of recognised education system which is recognised by the Association of Indian University.
  3. Subjects: Candidate should have Mathematics and Physics as their core subjects and one of the subjects from (Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Biotechnology) in his/her Senior-Secondary class.
  4. Percentage: Candidate should have scored at least 60 % aggregate marks or 6.5 CGPA out of 10.
  5. Qualifying Test: Candidate should have a minimum total valid score of 1800 in SAT in Mathematics-Level 2, Physics and Chemistry subjects
  6. Residential Requirments: All the Foreign Nationals studying in any country including India and Indian Nationals studying abroad can apply.
  7. For Indian Nationals studying abroad should have a minimum five years of education qualification in a foreign country to seek admission under DASA scheme.

The National Institutes of Technology (NITs) are autonomous public institutes of higher education, located in India. They are governed by the National Institutes of Technology Act, 2007, which declared them as institutions of national importance alongside Indian Institutes of Technology. These institutes of national importance receive special recognition from the Government of India. The NIT Council is the supreme governing body of India’s National Institutes of Technology (NIT) system and all 31 NITs are funded by the Government of India. These institutes are among the top ranked engineering colleges in India and have one of the lowest acceptance rates for engineering institutes, of around 2 to 3 percent, second only to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) in India. All NITs are autonomous which enables them to set up their own curriculum. The language of instruction is English at all these institutes.

NITs offer degree courses at bachelors, masters, and doctorate levels in various branches of engineering, architecture, management and science. Admission to the under-graduate courses such as Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) and Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) programs in NITs are through the highly competitive Joint Entrance Examination (Main). Admission to postgraduate courses are through the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering for Master of Technology (M.Tech.) and Master of Science (M.Sc.) programs, Common Admission Test for Master of Business Administration (MBA) program and NIMCET for Master of Computer Applications (MCA) program.

Since 2015, the Joint Seat Allocation Authority and Centralized Counselling for M.Tech/M.Arch and M.Plan conduct the admission process for undergraduate and postgraduate programs respectively in all NITs. As of 2017, the total number of seats for undergraduate programs is 19,000 and for post graduate programs is 8,050 in all 31 NITs.

Fee Structure

  • Registration Fee (Non Refundable) along with application is USD 300
  • Tuition fee for foreign nation is USD 8000 per year. For Candidates from SAARC Countries, it is USD 4000 Per Year
  • In addition to tuition fee, other fees like development charges, hostel fee etc, may have to be paid at the time of admission, as per the norms of respective institute where the candidate has been allotted a seat

SAT-Subject tests were earlier known as SAT-II. This is administered by ‘College Entrance Examination Board & (College Board), USA. The SAT is a globally recognized college admission test that lets you show colleges what you know and how well you can apply the knowledge. SAT-II Score is required for NIT Admission through DASA Scheme. For NIT Admission, a candidate should have taken Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics-II in SAT Subject Test with minimum score of 1800 out of 2400.

For more details on SAT Subject Test visit: http://www.collegeboard.org

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Lessons 1: Computer Science And Engineering

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