The top medical colleges in Haryana are ranked by many agencies like NIRF and India Today. There are 25 public and 41 colleges in the list of private colleges in Haryana.
- These colleges offer multiple medical courses including MBBS, BSc Nursing, BPT, MD, BAMS, BHMS, Phd and MPhil in Medicine.
- Admissions in these colleges are done solely on the basis of NEET for undergraduate courses and NEET PG for postgraduate medical courses.
- Some of the top medical colleges in Haryana include PGIMS Rohtak, MDU Rohtak, Ansal University, Gurgaon and Kurukshetra University.
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Top Medical Colleges in Haryana: Rankings
There are several ranking agencies and top magazines that rank various institutions across the country based on several parameters. The strategy followed differs from agency to agency, but some of the common parameters include Teacher-Student Ratio, Faculty Quality, Placements and more.
The Economics Times, QS Rankings, India Today, Outlook, The Week, and NIRF are some of the top ranking agencies in India releasing different lists like top medical colleges in India, top BHMS colleges in Gujarat, etc. Given below are some rankings of medical colleges in Haryana by these agencies.
Top Medical Colleges in Haryana: NIRF Ranking
NIRF hasn’t ranked any top medical college in Haryana specifically for its medicine courses. Given below are insights from the agency’s list for top universities in India.
- Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra has been ranked as the 98th best university in India by NIRF.
- It is the only university ranked from Haryana and has obtained a score of 38.60.
- The university was ranked 80th in 2018 when it obtained a score of 39.45.
Top Medical Colleges in Haryana: India Today Ranking
India today is one of the top magazines which ranks institutes offering Arts, Commerce, Engineering, Law and Medicine across the country. The rankings are in accordance with the composite score based on a perception score and a factual score.
- India today has only ranked Pt. Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS), Rohtak among the top medical colleges in India.
- The institute ranks at 32 positions among the top 50 medical institutes in India. Many top medical colleges did not participate in the survey.
- The average annual fee of MBBS from this college is INR 42,420.
Top Medical Colleges in Haryana: Cutoff
The top MBBS colleges in India accept the score of only NEET exam. Earlier, admissions in AIIMS institutes were done through AIIMS exam but it has been scrapped now. Given below are the cutoff for top medical colleges in Haryana for different courses in the past years.
|College Name||Exam Name||Course||Cutoff|
|PGIMS Rohtak||NEET MDS||MDS||301|
|PGIMS Rohtak||NEET PG||MD||48118|
|Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak||NEET||BDS||11665|
|ESIC Medical College, Faridabad||NEET||MBBS||4318|
Top Medical Colleges in Haryana: Admission Proces
Out of the total 66 colleges, there are 41 private and 25 government medical colleges in Haryana. These colleges offer MBBS in general specialization and also offer master courses in almost 50 specializations.
Source: Official Survey
Admissions to these colleges are done on the basis of NEET exam for UG courses and NEET PG and NEET MDS like exams for other master medical courses. NEET exam is the sole criterion for admission in any top medical college in India now. However, some private colleges and institutes still conduct their approved medical entrance exams.
PGIMS Rohtak is one of the top medical colleges in Haryana and is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
- The institute was founded in 1960 as a Medical College, Rohtak. It is the only major institute which offers medical education, research and a tertiary care centre.
- With several years of development now, the institute has transformed into a fully furnished and equipped centre for medical education and research. The institute got its new name as Pt. BD Sharma Medical College, Rohtak in 1994 and was further upgraded to PGIMS Rohtak in 1995.
- Some of the popular courses offered by the institute include Master of Chirurgiae (M.Ch), MBBS, MSc Nursing, and Bachelor in Physiotherapy (BPT) among some others.
- The institute accepts NEET scores to shortlist candidates for admission in various courses.
- The total fee charged for the MBBS course by the institute is INR 1,94,100. This does not include the fees charged for hostel facilities.
The following chart shows the seat distribution for different courses at PGIMS Rohtak.
Source: PGIMS Rohtak Official Website
Kalpana Chawla Government Medical College (KCGMC), Karnal
Kalpana Chawla Government Medical College (KCGMC), Karnal is another top government medical college named after the famous astronaut Kalpana Chawla in Haryana.
- The institute was established by the government of Haryana to cater to the requirement of professional medical education among the youth.
- The medical college and hospital are stretched over an area more than 50 acres. The college is well furnished and well equipped.
- It provides all the basic amenities including labs, library, auditorium, computer labs, common rooms, demo rooms, lecture theatre and skill labs.
- KCGMC Karnal offers only bachelor of medicine, bachelor of surgery (MBBS) course.
- It relies on NEET scores to shortlist candidates for a total 100 seats available for MBBS course.
- The college also offers separate hostel facilities including the mess facility for boys and girls with a capacity of 100 each.
Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (MMIMSR), Ambala
Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Medical Sciences and Research is one of the top private medical colleges in Haryana. The institute is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
- Earlier students got their degrees from Kurukshetra University, but now the degrees are awarded by Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University).
- The institute has proved it's worth by providing students with the best education. Good infrastructure, well-qualified faculties, and a well trained staff gives it a distinction from other top medical colleges in Haryana.
- At the undergraduate level, the medical institute offers an MBBS course. At the postgraduate level, the institute offers courses like doctor of medicine (MD), master of surgery (MS) and even M.Ch.
- Some of the specific branches offered by the institute are MD/MS in Anatomy, MD in Anaesthesiology, MD in Biochemistry, MD in Forensic Medicine, MD in General Medicine, MS in Orthopaedics, and MS in Opthalmology.
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Top Medical Colleges in Haryana: Entrance Exam Wise
The admissions in Haryana medical colleges are done only through NEET and NEET-PG exams. NEET is an acronym for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). The exam was started in the year 2013 as All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT).
- Students are shortlisted for various undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses through this exam. Some of such courses include MBBS, MD, MS, BDS, MDS.
- The exam score is widely accepted by all the recognized government and private medical colleges in India.
- The exam is conducted annually in pen-paper mode. About 13 to 15 lakh students appear for this exam every year. In recent years, the number of students taking the test has increased significantly.
Some of the top medical colleges in Haryana accepting NEET are:
- PGIMS Rohtak
- SGT University, Gurgaon
- ESIC Medical College, Faridabad
- MMIMSR Ambala
The following chart shows the trends in NEET registrations in the past years.
Source: Official Website
Top Medical Colleges in Haryana: FAQs
Ques. What are some of the top medical colleges in Haryana?
Ans. The list of some of the top medical colleges in Haryana includes:
- KCGMC Karnal
- PGIMS Rohtak
- MMIMSR Ambala
- Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati Government Medical College Nalhar, Mewat
- Maharaja Agrasen Medical College (MAC), Agroha
Ques. What are the changes made by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for NEET 2020?
Ans. As per the latest information, NEET has replaced all other top medical entrance examinations including AIIMS. Now NEET is the common entrance test for all the medical aspirants.
Ques. Is there any college which does not accept NEET score?
Ans. No, there is no such college. The government of India has made it compulsory for all the medical colleges including government and private medical colleges to shortlist candidates for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate courses on the basis of NEET score.
Ques. What is the eligibility criteria to appear for NEET exam?
Ans. The eligibility criteria for the exam requires one to attain 17 years of age by December 31, 2020. No upper age limit has been set. One must have appeared in the 12th grade with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as three of their subjects and must have scored above 50% (45% for OBC/SC/ST) to be eligible for appearing for the exam.
Ques. Can a student from any other state take admission in Haryana?
Ans. Yes, candidates from any state can participate in the counselling. But remember that you can only participate in the counselling via 15% all India quota in Haryana if you are from some other state.
Ques. What is 85% state quota in NEET?
Ans. 85% seats in every state are kept reserved for the natives of the state, rest 15% are left open for the non-natives of the state. These 15% seats are classified as "All India Quota Seats".
Ques. How many times can one appear for the NEET entrance exam?
Ans. There is no such limit. You can appear any number of times for the entrance exam.
Ques. Is qualifying the NEET exam enough to get admission in any of the top medical colleges in Haryana?
Ans. No, just qualifying the exam is not enough to get admission in any of the top medical colleges in Haryana. Different colleges release their own set of cutoff lists for different categories under the 85% state quota seats and 15% all India seats separately.
Ques. How much does a private college charge for MBBS?
Ans. The fee charged by any private medical college is way more than the fee charged by any government medical college. One can expect an expense of 60 to 80 lakhs rupees if pursuing MBBS from a private institute.
Ques. In which mode is the NEET exam conducted?
Ans. The NEET exam is conducted in offline mode.