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13 Jul, 2015
@Shireen, to get admission in mbbs you need to qualify an entrance test along with your 12th exam.
For details or for admission contact at, 'sohandeepmathur(at)gmail.com' or call #08678071303
13 Jul, 2015
For MBBS Seat
11 Jul, 2015
@Priyanka, the annual tuition fee for mbbs at Stanley medical college is about Rs. 6500.
For details or for admission contact at, 'sohandeepmathur(at)gmail.com' or call#08678071303
10 Jul, 2015
send me the fee structure of this college
30 Apr, 2015
Plz inform me about the DGO applications...
17 Apr, 2015
fee structure
17 Apr, 2015
please forward fee structure for MBBS
09 Apr, 2015
entrance exam and admission form notification
12 Mar, 2015
is our+2 marks to get a MBBS seat in Stanley medical college
12 Mar, 2015
is our +2 marks enough to get a seat in Stanley medical college
06 Nov, 2012
@V.Keerthiga - Stanley Medical College - Chennai
Please note that the TNPCEE exam is a common exam for all medical colleges in Tamil Nadu, and successful candidates get the chance choose their medical in the order of their rank in TNPCEE. Since admissions to SMC is highly competitive, the college gets filled within the top 300 ranking candidates in the TNPCEE. Lower ranks in the AIPMPD (compared to the TNPCEE) do get students admitted to SMC, but is equally or more difficult, since AIPMPD is a national level exam with more applicants than the TNPCEE which is a state level exam. Besides, the AIPMPD exam is more difficult than the TNPCEE exam.

Certain percentage of seats are reserved for various underrepresented communities (scheduled castes/tribes, backward castes, etc) in both the AIPMPD and TNPCEE admission categories. Please contact the respective authorities for more information.

The following websites will give you more information about these examinations and admission procedures.

TNPCEE Examination for MBBS Admissions for in-state applicants: http://www.tnmmu.ac.in/admission.htm
AIPMPD Examination for MBBS Admissions, for both in-state and out-of-state applicants: http://www.cbse.nic.in

Phone: +91-44-2528-1351
Fax: +91-44-2528-8384
06 Nov, 2012
@V.Keerthiga - Stanley Medical College - Chennai
Address: Old Jail Road,
Chennai,Tamil Nadu - 600001
Phone: 044 - 25281347/48
Email: stanleyhospital@rediffmail.com

MBBS (5 years) course
Stanley Medical College - Chennai

MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) is the title of basic (allopathic) medical degree awarded in India. Applying to the MBBS program is the first step to become a physician, and on successful completion of 4.5 years of coursework (with clinical rotations) and one year of internship, one receives the MBBS degree. This degree allows the holder to register as a licensed medical practitioner with various state medical councils in India and practice medicine throughout India. It also allows one to apply for residency programs for specialty training both in India and abroad.

Stanley Medical College is often the short name for Government Stanley Medical College and Government Stanley Hospital, one of the premier medical colleges and teaching hospitals in India. Stanley Medical College is ranked among the top medical colleges in the state of Tamil Nadu. Currently, admissions to the MBBS program are limited to citizens of India, since medical education is highly subsidised by the government.

There are two ways of applying to the MBBS program. Applicants resident in Tamil Nadu state apply through the Tamil Nadu Professional Courses Entrance Examination (TNPCEE), held every year between March to May. Applicants from outside Tamil Nadu (out-of-state candidates) apply through the All India Premedical/Predental (AIPMPD) Test conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Application in April or May every year. In-state candidates are also eligible to join SMC through the AIPMPD exam, in addition to the TNPCEE. SMC admits about 150 to 160 students every year to the MBBS program. 85% of these seats are filled through the TNPCEE exam, and 15% through the AIPMPD exam.
02 Nov, 2012
Can i get an OC seat for MBBS with 170.25 cut off
22 May, 2012
can i get an sc seat for 194.25 cut off