Top Medical Colleges in Haryana include Maharishi Markandeshwar-Ambala, PGIMS Rohtak, Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences-Rohtak, ESIC Medical College-Faridabad, etc. There are 25 public and 41 colleges on the list of private colleges in Haryana.
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.
National Institutional Ranking Framework also known as NIRF is a methodology adopted by the Indian government to rank top Education institutions in India. NIRF ranks an Institute based on 5 different parameters. It is under the Ministry of Education. Every year NIRF publishes ranking lists of top Institutions in India for 8 different domains. NIRF is the most trustworthy and popular Ranking agency in India.
As mentioned above NIRF ranks a college based on 5 major parameters which carry different weightage to get a ranking. The following chart shows the weightage allocated to different parameters considered by NIRF for the ranking of top colleges in India.
|NIRF Ranking 2022||College Name||NIRF Score|
|32||Maharishi Markandeshwar, Ambala||52.81|
Outlook also known as Outlook ICARE is one of India's most popular and trusted private Ranking agencies. Every year it publishes Ranking lists of top Institutes for different domains. Outlook ranks an Institute based on various parameters like placement records, Education quality, etc.
The following Infographic represents the weightage of individual parameters based on which Outlook ranks a college/ University:
There are 70 Medical colleges in Haryana amongst them only 1 college managed to secure a place in the list of top Medical colleges in India released by Outlook Icare. Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh or popularly known as GMCH Chandigarh is the best Medical college in Punjab as per Outlook Icare Ranking 2022. It is ranked 10th with an overall Outlook Icare score of 596.97. The college has a seat intake of 150 for MBBS and 28 seats for MS.
|Outlook Ranking 2022||College Name||Outlook Score|
|10||Government Medical College & Hospital, Chandigarh||596.97|
India Today is one of the leading and well-reputed English news magazines in India which is published by Living Media India Limited every week. The Marketing & Development Research Associates (MDRA), a marketing and research firm from Delhi and India Today, conducts a college ranking survey. It ranked Indian colleges in fields like Science, Arts, Commerce, Management, Engineering, etc.
The weightage of various parameters based on which India Today ranks a college is tabulated below:
India Today has released a list of top medical colleges in India. The list includes 53 top private and government medical colleges in India. Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences SGT University Gurugram is the only top medical college in Haryana that has secured a place in the list released by India Today 2022. The institute is ranked 42 among the top medical colleges in India.
|India Today Ranking 2022||College Name|
|42||Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences SGT University, Gurugram|
The top MBBS colleges in India accept the score of only the NEET exam. Earlier, admissions in AIIMS institutes were done through the 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|
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's courses in almost 50 specializations.
Source: Official Survey
Admissions to these colleges are done based on the NEET exam for UG courses and NEET PG and NEET MDS-like exams for other master's medical courses. The NEET exam is the sole criterion for admission to 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 the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).
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 is another top government medical college named after the famous astronaut Kalpana Chawla in Haryana.
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).
The admissions to Haryana medical colleges are done only through NEET and NEET-PG exams. NEET is an acronym for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). The exam was started in the year 2013 as the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT).
Some of the top medical colleges in Haryana accepting NEET are:
The following chart shows the trends in NEET registrations in the past years.
Source: Official Website
Ques. What are some of the top medical colleges in Haryana?
Ans. The list of some of the top medical colleges in Haryana includes:
Ques. What are the changes made by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for NEET 2021?
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 medical aspirants.
Ques. Is there any college which does not accept NEET scores?
Ans. No, there is no such college. The government of India has made it compulsory for all medical colleges including government and private medical colleges to shortlist candidates for admission to various undergraduate and postgraduate courses based on NEET scores.
Ques. What are the eligibility criteria to appear for the NEET exam?
Ans. The eligibility criteria for the exam require 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 get admitted to Haryana?
Ans. Yes, candidates from any state can participate in the counselling. But remember that you can only participate in the counselling via 15% of all India quota in Haryana if you are from some other state.
Ques. What is the 85% state quota in NEET?
Ans. 85% of 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 for the NEET exam enough to get admission to any of the top medical colleges in Haryana?
Ans. No, just qualifying for the exam is not enough to get admission to 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.
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