Pursuing a medical degree can leave one's finances in a critical condition with private medical universities and colleges in Tamil Nadu raising their tuition as well as capitation fee for MBBS admissions this year in the face of higher demand and tougher competition for seats. A student starting MBBS this year under the management quota could end up paying about Rs 1.4 crore in fees alone for the entire course - up to 85 lakh as capitation and Rs 55 lakh as tuition fee. This is apart from other expenses like laboratory, library, mess and hostel charges.
A couple of deemed universities and private medical colleges in the state have announced that their annual tuition fee will be Rs 10 lakh. The minimum is Rs 7 lakh, demanded by some colleges in rural Tamil Nadu. It was in the range of Rs 4 lakh-Rs 9 lakh last year. The tuition fee in a government medical college is only Rs 11,500 a year.
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