Medical colleges fee structure in Telangana State finalized.

Monday, September 12, 2016

The Telangana State government has finalized the fee structure for MBBS/BDS seats for the academic year 2016-2017 as under:

The government has allotted 60 per cent of seat in minority colleges in ‘A’ category, 25 per cent in ‘B’ category colleges, 15 per cent in NRI quota in ‘C’ category.

In non-minority colleges, 50 per cent seats have been allotted to ‘A’ category, 35 per cent ‘B’ category and 15 per cent seats in ‘C’ category.

In minority colleges, the fee structure is as under:

  • ‘A’ category seat is fixed at Rs.45,000
  • ‘B’ category seat is fixed at Rs.14 lakhs
  • ‘C’ category seat in NRI seat is fixed at Rs.28 lakhs

Non-minority colleges::

  • ‘A’ category seat is fixed at Rs.45,000
  • ‘B’ category dental seat costs at Rs.2.70 lakhs
  • ‘C’ category NRI quota seat is Rs.5 lakhs

Un-aided minority colleges:

  • ‘A’ Category seat is Rs.60,000
  • ‘B’ Category seat is fixed at Rs.11 lakhs
  • ‘C’ category seat in NRI quota is fixed at Rs.22 lakhs

In Dental category, the fee structure is as under::

  • 'A' category the fee is fixed at Rs.45,000
  • ‘B’ category is fixed at Rs. 2.70 lakhs
  • ‘C’ category NRI seat fee is fixed at Rs.2.70 lakhs


  • The 50 per cent seats in private medical colleges have to be filled up based on ranks in EAMCET-3.
  • The 35 per cent management quota and 15 per cent NRI quota seats have to be filled up based on the NEET ranks basis.
  • For transparency in filling up seats under management quota, the medical colleges have to issue publications in two newspapers.
  • The colleges have to collect one year fee only and if necessary can take bank guarantee for the next year.
  • A committee has to be formed for admissions and the members of the committee has to be posted on the private Medcet website. [[1]]
  • The final selection list has got to be approved by Kaloji Medical University.
  • Students who got the seats under convenor and management quota but not turned up will automatically clubbed with NRI quota.

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