he students looking forward to admission in DY Patil Medical College, Pune will be glad to know that the university has revised the fee structure of first year MBBS for the academic year 2018-19. DPU has reduced MBBS tuition fee by 4 lakhs. The university has even reduced the eligibility fees by 60,000/- (sixty thousand).

The revised fees of DY Patil Medical College for undergraduate medical program courses are as following: tuition fees after the modification are Rs. 22,00,000/- (twenty-two lakh only), the eligibility fees will be Rs. 3,30,000/- (three lakhs thirty thousand only). There is no change in the hostel fee it will remain the same as Rs. 2,05,500/- (two lakh five thousand five hundred only).


Earlier the fees structure of the university was: tuition fee was Rs. 26,00,000/- (twenty six lakhs only), which was four lakh more than the revised fees proposed. The eligibility fee was Rs.3,90,000/- (three lakhs ninety thousand only) which has reduced by sixty thousand. And the hostel fee was rs.2,05,500/- (two lakh five thousand five hundred only).

The admission procedure in DY Patil Medical College for MBBS course is based on merit list determined by the performance of the students in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).

National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the NEET exam from 2019 onwards. NEET 2019 will be conducted twice a year. NTA will conduct neet exam only in computer-based mode but not online. As per the reports, there shall be no change in the exam syllabus, exam pattern and application fee.

DY Patil Medical College, hospital and research centre, Pimpri, Pune was established in 1996. This is the first college to receive MCI approval to increase the intake capacity of MBBS courses from 100 to 150 students in 2003 and 150 to 250 in 2012. The MBBS programme offered at the college is recognized by the Malaysian government and Malaysian medical council.

23 COMMENTS

  1. The author should be aware that a candidate from GMC can complete his entire MBBS course and MD too with the amount ₹400000+₹60000/- which is the amount reduced by this institute.
    Such institute are unable to get donations so this fee hike is covering the charges.
    You better know the truth and tell to people instead of misleading them

  2. Its true fees for mbbs is very high that students who score good marks cant get admission and students with low marks get admission .please think of General category student who score good marks but reserved category student get the seats and remaining seats are taken by those who can spend more. Please think again is this system of education fair.

  3. People ate talking about the high fees of MBBS for the local students only. Just think the plight of NRI students whose fees structure in these colleges are more than 35L+ . Indians authority thinks that NRI are money making trees where can pluck the dollars whenever they want. NRI students pass the NEET exams without the help of mugging machines coming out from the so called coaching centres like ellen, etc etc mushroomed all over the country. They compete with these muggers without adequate resources and still denied admissions in Government medical colleges and charged 3 times the normal local student fees in Pvt Medical colleges. Thinking that all NRI are filthy reach is absolute stupidly of the authorities
    Someone above commented that we should highlight it to PMO. I did number of times last year and it went to deaf ears.

  4. The govt must intervene on the issue relating to such high fee charged by the Medical college which is beyond the means of majority middle class

  5. Is this even a news?
    For middle class students this fees is too high plus unimaginable..And also what’s the use of getting into private collage with such a low Neet score.It will be better if we study hard,score good in Neet examination and get a better government collage.

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