Hi readers! This post will be of help to medical education aspirants. In this post, I’ve listed down some of the best medical colleges in South India. This post will simplify your medical admission process.
Government, aided and private – I’ve covered different types of medical colleges in this post. Both students and parents may use this guide to find the right college!
South India is home to some of the best medical colleges and universities in India. South India consists of the following states –
- Tamil Nadu
- Andhra Pradesh
- It also consists of the following UTs –
- Andaman and Nicobar Islands
In this post, I’ve dealt with all the major states present in South India. You will be able to find the names of each major state in this post. Click on the name of your desired state. It will take you to a new post that contains the names of medical colleges.
Here’s the state-wise list of colleges in South India –
List of medical colleges in South India 2020
Here’s the state-wise list of medical colleges in South India –
Click on your desired state. A new page will open. The new page contains the names of medical colleges in that particular state.
Types of medical colleges
The list consists of three main types of medical colleges –
- Government medical colleges
- Private medical colleges
- Aided medical colleges
Government colleges are funded and managed by State or Central Government. Private medical colleges are managed and funded by private charitable trusts, organizations and bodies. Aided colleges are private institutes. But they receive partial support and funding from the Government.
Among the above mentioned colleges, Government institutes are very popular among MBBS and PG medical education aspirants. It is due to the fact that these colleges charge very low tuition fees.
On the other hand, private medical colleges charge relatively higher tuition fees.
MBBS is the most popular medical course in India. It is an undergraduate level course. Students who have passed 12th Science with PCB subjects are eligible to apply for admission.
MBBS course is 5½ years long. The program consists of one year long internship stint. Each year, hundreds of thousands of applicants apply for MBBS admission. Only a handful of them manage to find their way into premier medical colleges.
After completing MBBS, graduates may go for higher education. They have access to PG medical courses such as – MS, MD and PG Diploma programs.
In order to secure a Government or merit seat, one must crack relevant medical entrance exam. These exams are conducted at State, National and College levels. A merit list is prepared on the basis of candidates’ performance in relevant entrance exam. Seats are given to deserving candidates on the basis of their position in the merit list.