Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune is one of the prestigious and ranked among the top medical colleges of India. Established in 1948, AFMC, Pune is known as a centre of excellence for education as well as for research. It is approved by the Medical Council of India and is affiliated by Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. It includes four hospitals viz. Military Hospital (Cardio Thoracic Centre), Command Hospital (Southern Command), Military Hospital (Khadki) and Artificial Limb Hospital. The ‘Graduate Wing’ of AFMC, Pune was established in 1962.
In 2017 AFMC Pune was ranked 2nd by India Today and Outlook India and 3rd by The Week. Every year thousand of candidates with a hope to get admission to AFMC MBBS course take the NEET test but only a few of them are able to get success. In order to get admission to AFMC, candidates must satisfy Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, NEET Cut Off. NEET AIQ is released by NTA along with the result and the state and college cut-off is released separately by state counselling authorities and colleges respectively. NEET Admission counselling after the publication of result is conducted by AFMC only.
Table of Contents
- 1 Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
- 1.1 Highlights of Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
- 1.2 Courses Offered
- 1.3 Fee Structure
- 1.4 AFMC Total Seats (Intake)
- 1.5 MBBS Seats Distribution
- 1.6 Minimum Marks required for MBBS
- 1.7 Previous Year Cut Off
- 1.8 AFMC, Pune MBBS Expected Cutoff Marks 2020-
- 1.9 Admission
- 1.10 Contact Details
Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
This article will provide all the necessary information related to admission to Armed Forces Medical College, Pune. It will include details about course offered, total seats, fee structure, cut off marks, contact details etc.
Highlights of Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
|College Name||Armed Forces Medical College|
|Popular name||AFMC, Pune|
|Affiliation||Maharashtra University of Health Sciences|
|Year of Establishment||1948|
As AFMC is among the top medical colleges in the state, various Under Graduate, Post Graduate, diploma, Super Specialty, nursing, and paramedical courses are offered here. Along with these courses, it also offer research programs in various medical subjects. Here is the list of all the courses offered here-
-Super Specialty Courses
-PG Diploma Programs
- Sc Nursing
- Sc (Post Basic)
- Post Basic diploma
- Sc Nursing
Fee for all the courses is as follows-
|MBBS||Rs. 56,000/- per year|
|MD||Rs. 64,400/- per year|
|MS||Rs. 64,400/- per year|
|PG Diploma||Rs. 1,28,800/- per year|
|DM||Rs. 64,400/- per year|
|MCH||Rs. 69400/- per year|
|Nursing||Rs. 56,000/- per year|
|Post Basic diploma||Rs. 49000/- per year|
Note- Fee structure is based on previous year’s data and is subject to change as per the rules and policies of the university every year. Therefore, all the AFMC MBBS aspirants are advised not to fully rely on the fee information shared here. Do refer the official admission details at the AFMC portal.
AFMC Total Seats (Intake)
The total number of seats sanctioned for a particular course in a college for a year is known as intake. Below we have shared the total number of seats sanctioned for all the courses offered at AFMC, Pune-
|Courses||Total Seats (Intake)|
MBBS Seats Distribution
There are total 145 seats sanctioned by MCI, India for MBBS. Out of the total seats, 115 seats are reserved for male candidates, 30 seats are for female candidates. Out of 145 seats, 10 seats are reserved for SC/ST candidates. Apart from this, no reservation is provided to other backward classes (OBC) and to other categories.
|S.No||Category of the candidate’s||Number of seats|
|1||Boys||145 (include 10 seats for SC/ST)|
|Sponsored seats for foreign candidates||5|
|Total||–||145 + 5|
Minimum Marks required for MBBS
NEET candidates have to secure the minimum percentile (minimum Marks required) finalized by NTA in order to qualify the exam and secure admission in a medical college. Admission in AFMC, Pune will also be granted on the basis of NEET scorecard. Category-wise qualifying percentile of NEET 2020 needed for admission in MBBS courses is given below.
|Category of candidates||Percentile|
|UR- PH||45 percentile|
|OBC- PH||40 percentile|
|SC- PH||40 percentile|
|ST- PH||40 percentile|
Previous Year Cut Off
Let’s understand the meaning of cutoff marks and on what factors does it depends.
Cut off marks are the minimum number of marks required to qualify an entrance exam. NEET cut off marks depends on the various factors such as- Total number of candidates appeared in the exam, the total number of candidates qualifying the exam, marking scheme, and the reservation provided to the candidates.
Here, we have shared the previous year cut off of Armed Forces Medical College, Pune exam and Interview round-
Category of candidates
Cut-off marks of 2019
Cut-off marks of 2018
Cut-off marks of 2017
Cut-off marks of 2016
Cut-off marks of 2015
Cut-off marks of 2014
Cut off Marks for post-interview (General Category)
Boys- 159.50/250 (Placed at Boys W/L-93)
Girls- 168.75/250 (Placed at W/L-24)
AFMC, Pune MBBS Expected Cutoff Marks 2020-
The expected cutoff given below is on the basis of previous year scenario therefore, the actual cutoff may vary from given one-
|Category||Expected Cut off marks|
AFMC, Pune grants admission to the candidates in MBBS on the basis of the NEET scorecard. AFMC, Pune will release its MBBS merit list after the declaration of merit list of All India Quota and that will be followed by the counseling and Interview round. AFMC Medical Counseling will be conducted probably in October 2020. Apart from MBBS, admission in other courses like MD/MS/PG Diploma and DM/MCH is granted on the basis of NEET PG and NEET SS respectively.
Armed Forces Medical Colleges,
Phone- 020- 26363301, 26334223
Fax- 020- 26363301
Admission to AFMC MBBS program is now granted on the basis of NEET score card. Previously, AFMC used to conduct its own entrance test for MBBS admissions.
AFMC counselling is not conducted by any state counselling body, it is conducted by AFMC only after the publication of NEET result.
Expected cut-off for boys is 598/720 and 615/720.
There are total 145 seats. In case of any changes in the number of seats, it will be updated here.