NRI Quota in NEET AIIMS 2020 - Eligibility, MBBS Admission, Fees, Seats in Medical Colleges

NRI Quota in NEET AIIMS.

There are many NRI students who like to apply and prepare for NEET-UG for admission in the top medical colleges. Here we are answering frequently asked questions of NRI students and parents regarding NRI Quota in NEET and AIIMS, eligibility, MBBS admission, exam centres, fees and NRI seats in medical colleges.

Can NRI students write NEET exam?

Yes, NRI students can write NEET entrance exam, provided they fulfill all the eligibility criteria like age limit, appearance and performance in Grade XII (or equivalent) examination, required subjects, etc.

How can NRI students prepare for the NEET exam?

NRI students can join online coaching for NEET preparation where they will get live classes, hard copy study material, DPPs and online test series.

What is NRI quota in MBBS?

NRI quota in MBBS is the reserved seats for Non Resident Indian students in medical colleges. JIPMER Puducherry and some government/ private medical colleges have NRI quota in MBBS.

Is there an NRI quota in NEET?

There is no NRI quota in NEET exam but candidates can apply in NRI category if they are eligible. There is an NRI quota in some government/ private medical colleges where admission is on the basis of merit list in NEET-UG.

Who is eligible for the NRI quota in NEET/ Medical colleges?

An NRI student, or whose parents are NRIs, or NRI sponsored where anyone in blood relation (first degree), are eligible for NRI quota in medical colleges subject to rules and regulations framed by the respective State Governments, Institutions and the Government of India.

How to apply for NRI quota in NEET?

You have to apply for the NRI quota during the state counselling after the NEET results. NRI quota seats in government and private medical colleges are offered at state level only.

How can I get admission in MBBS through NRI quota?

You can get admission in MBBS through NRI quota by clearing NEET-UG exam, and in counselling, apply in medical college where NRI quota seats are available. JIPMER and few government/ private medical colleges offer MBBS seats for NRI/ OCI students.

Is there an NRI quota in AIIMS?

No, there is no NRI quota in AIIMS. A student needs to clear the NEET-UG exam with great rank to take admission in MBBS course in AIIMS.

Is there an NRI quota in JIPMER?

Yes, there is an NRI quota in JIPMER. Out of 150 MBBS seats in JIPMER, 5 seats are reserved exclusively for NRI/ OCI candidates under self financing scheme with total fee of US $75,000/- payable in one installment.

How can NRI students get admission in top medical colleges?

NRI students can get admission in top medical colleges by clearing the NEET exam. MBBS admissions in all medical colleges including AIIMS and JIPMER will happen through NEET-UG only.

What is the procedure for an NRI student to get admission in a top medical college like AIIMS?

The procedure for an NRI student to get admission into a top medical college like AIIMS.

  • Apply for NEET-UG exam at NTA NEET website.
  • Clear NEET with an awesome rank.
  • Register and attend the NEET counselling and choose the best medical college as per your rank.

How can an NRI student get admission in a government/ private medical college under NRI quota?

The process for an NRI student to get admission in a medical college under NRI quota.

  • Apply for NEET-UG exam at NTA NEET website.
  • Clear NEET exam.
  • Register and attend the state counselling where you want to take admission in a government/ private medical college under NRI quota.
  • Each state has a separate counselling process for admission in NRI quota.

What is the fee for NRI students in AIIMS and other medical colleges?

The fee structure for NRI students in AIIMS is same as Resident Indians which is around Rs. 6000/- including academic and hostel fees for MBBS course. Check the institutes individual websites to know the fees of other medical colleges.

Is there any Gulf quota in medical colleges in India

No, there is no gulf quota in medical colleges in India. Gulf quota is available only for engineering colleges like NITs, IIITs and other premier technical institutions under the DASA scheme.

Can NRI students get admission in medical colleges through DASA?

No, NRI students can not get admission in medical colleges through DASA. This scheme is only for admission in engineering colleges.

How can NRI students apply for NEET exam?

NRI students can apply for NEET exam in the month of December. Students have to fill the NEET-UG online application form at NTA NEET website.

What are the documents required for the NEET examination from an NRI student?

While applying for NEET, the documents required from NRI students is one ID proof - Passport number/ Aadhaar, Grade 10 and 12 or equivalent qualifying exam mark-sheet. At the time of NEET exam, students need to bring Admit Card and ID proof only.

Will NTA add NEET Examination Centres in Gulf Countries/ Outside India?

Currently there are no examination centres for NEET allotted by NTA in Gulf countries (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain) and outside India. Parents of NEET 2020 aspirants in Gulf countries filed a petition in Supreme Court to allow NEET exam centres in Gulf region, citing reasons for not being able to come to India to give the exam due to COVID-19 pandemic. The Supreme Court, on 29th July 2020, sought a response from the Union government, NTA and MCI on the plea to conduct NEET-UG 2020 examination in centres across the Middle East and other gulf countries.

How can an NRI student crack NEET exam?

An NRI student can crack NEET exam by studying hard with consistency and smart work. For proper guidance and resolving all the doubts in NEET, students can join NEET online coaching platform like Mystudycart.

As an NRI student in the Gulf country, how do I prepare for NEET?

NRI students in the Gulf region can prepare for NEET in online mode through live classes. There are many students from gulf countries who are preparing for NEET through online coaching. You can see the review of some students and parents in the below section.

Should an NRI student come to India for NEET preparation?

An NRI student is not required to come to India for NEET preparation as there are online coaching platforms like Mystudycart which provides live online classes from best NEET faculty at student's home through a computer/ laptop and internet connection. It's a convenient, cost-effective and affordable option for NEET preparation.

Students and Parents Review of Mystudycart NEET Online Coaching

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