Jammu and Kashmir

Medical Colleges in Jammu and Kashmir offer MBBS courses to undergraduate students as well as a variety of higher courses to postgraduate students. GMC, Jammu has increased its intake and made rapid changes to improve medical education over the years. The courses and education provided are of the highest quality and the best available anywhere in the world. Jammu & Kashmir has 5 government medical colleges that accept NEET UG and all of them are excellent. 

The best government medical colleges in Jammu & Kashmir are Government Medical College, Srinagar, Government Medical College, Jammu, and Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, Srinagar. There are 600 MBBS seats available in all Government Medical Colleges in Jammu and Kashmir.

Medical Courses Offered In Top Universities

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The goal of medical universities is to perform all medical, diagnostic, and surgical procedures deemed necessary for the field of practise, gather records and effectively present critical and accurate information about patients and their conditions through history-taking, physical examination, and effective use of the electronic medical record for laboratory data, imaging, and other tests as well as organise and prioritise tasks to offer safe, effective, and efficient treatment.

Following are the medical courses offered by Jammu and Kashmir Universities:

  • MBBS
  • MS
  • MD
  • PG Diploma
  • M. Ch.

MBBS Course Duration

In India, the MBBS course lasts 5.5 years (4.5 years of academics plus a year of internship). At the end of the course, one year of Compulsory Rotating Residential Internship (CRRI) is required as part of MBBS study in India.

MBBS Eligibility

Before applying for a course, you should first review the course’s eligibility requirements. Each course has different qualification requirements based on the requirements. Some of the prerequisites for admission to an MBBS college/university in India are as follows: Students must have completed 10 + 2 from an approved board with at least a 50% grade in subjects such as physics, chemistry, biology, and English as a core subject in an aptitude test. However, the minimum level requirement for a reserved category is 40%. When applying for the MBBS program, students must be at least 17 years old. The student should not be younger than this age; otherwise, admission is not possible. A student’s maximum age should be 25 years. The student must also meet the Medical Council of India’s (MCI) additional eligibility criteria for MBBS. Before enrolling in MBBS, you must pass the following entrance exams. Candidates for MBBS admission in India must obtain at least 50% in the qualifying examination. The minimum marks required for MBBS admission for candidates from the SC, ST, and OBC categories are 40%.

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(MBBS | MD | MS)

Sr.NoName of Medical InstName of UniversityYear of EstAnnual IntakeTotal course Fee
1Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences, SrinagarDeemed University, Jammu and Kashmir198812583 K
2Government Medical College, JammuJammu University197218045 K
3Government Medical College, SrinagarKashmir University19591801.06 Lacs
4Government Medical College, Doda, KashmirKashmir University202010048 K
5Government Medical College, Rajouri, J&KJammu University201910048 K
6Government Medical College, KathuaJammu University201910048 K
7Government Medical College, AnantnagKashmir University201910048 K
8Government Medical College, BaramullaKashmir University201910048 K


(MBBS | MD | MS)

Sr.NoName of Medical InstName of UniversityYear of EstAnnual IntakeTotal course Fee
1Acharya Shri Chander College of Medical Sciences, JammuJammu University199510029 Lacs
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