Nepal is an adjacent country-of India and has a higher density of Indian students, who wishes to go abroad for higher studies . No passport is required for Nepal. Nepal has quite a good number of Medical colleges which offer seats to foreign students, apart from seats reserved for Nepali

students.The fees system is defined as Total Package for full course of five years .A part of total fees is realized by the college during the first year at the time of admission.

The balance amount is charged on installment bases in following four years . Or otherwise, the entire

amount is chargeable at the time of admission .

                 The admission is through Entrance examination

for MBBS in some Universities in Nepal There is a provision of direct admission in some of the colleges under NRI quota provided

required conditions are fulfilled by the students.


Country name: Kingdom of Nepal

Capital: Kathmandu

Government type: Parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy

Population: 1, 84, 91,097

Currency: Nepalese Rupee (NPR) (1 Nepalese Rupee =0.63 INR)


Fees  Range


   The total fees in these colleges varies in the range of Rs 37 to 44 Lakhs for full course, depending upon the nature of college and its gradation . 




   1       The admission selection is based on the merit in Competition Exam, 12th  standard examination and interview of the students

   2       Course duration 5 years

   3       Annual fee payment System

   4       English medium studies  

   5       No Donations

   6.      50% of  package fee is to be paid at the time of admission and  balance in Annual instalments

  10..   English medium studies

  11.    Suitable education system suited to 

            Indian conditions



              NO DONATION IN NEPAL


1     Admission for MBBS course in NEPAL is 

       based on Competitive Examination only

2    Indian medical education system is followed up

      in Nepal for MBBS course .

3    Internship can be done in India with prior permission.

4    After completion of MBBS course from Nepal or any other  Country, one has to clear the MCI Screening test.

      (Only 50%  marks are required for clearance of Test) 

      No pass or Fail or Merit position requirement.

5.   The session shall commence during the first

       week of September 

6.   The medium of instructions is English.

 Associated Centers at :                              


 Kathmandu (Nepal)

 Ottawa (Canada)

 Lucknow, Gonda,


 Jaipur, Rajkot (India)

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