MBBS Oxford Medical College Bangalore Admission Procedure Fee Structure Course Ranking Cut Of Eligibility-Seat Matrix-Application Form

MBBS Oxford Medical College Bangalore Admission Procedure Fee Structure Course Ranking Cut Of Eligibility-Seat Matrix-Application Form

Oxford Medical College Bangalore MBBS Admission Procedure-Fee Structure-Course-Ranking-Cut Off-Eligibility-Seat Matrix-Application Form

For Admission & Counselling Process Call 09987666354 | 09326025948




  • Address | Jigala, Karnataka 562107
  • Year of Establishment | 2014 ( dated 18/07/2014) | Bangalore | Karnataka
  • Affiliated University | Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
  • Management | Trust
  • College Type | Private
  • MCI status | Permitted for renewal of permission u/s 10(A) for 2016-17. The permission is conditional granted by the Oversight Committee.


  • The Oxford Medical College Bangalore, Hospital and Research Centre was established in the year 2013 by the Children’s Education Society, (R) The Oxford Medical College Bangalore Educational Institutions, Yadavanahalli, Attibele (Hobli), Anekal (Taluk), Bangalore and sprawling over almost area of 35 acres, ideal for medical education in a serene environment with separate Teaching Hospital and Academic Block over 10, 00,000=00 sq. ft. of built-up area.

Image result for The Oxford Medical College Hospital Research Centre allied science course

  • The Oxford Medical College Hospital & Research Centre is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka. The institution owes this astounding progress to our dedicated Management and committed teaching staff. Within an intensely competitive environment, the college has adopted a dynamic, global, high quality, creative and communicative approach in medical education, as well as research and development. The College has well established centrally air-conditioned and automated library complements the rich learning experience. Course Offered
  • MBBS
  • Bachelor of Science in Anaesthesia Technology
  • B.Sc Medical Laboratory Technology




Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

  • MBBS Intake | Seats | 150
  • Duration | 4 ½ Years + One Year Compulsory Rotating Internship.
  • Eligibility | MBBS:NEET 
  • Citizenship | Indian nationals.
  • Date of Birth | Only those whose Age More Than 17 Years And Less Than 25 Years are eligible.
  • Qualification |  Pass in 10+2, A level, IB, American 12th grade or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English individually with a minimum of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology took together.
  • The minimum marks required for the admission should be 50% in PUC (PCB) or any other equivalent examination for the candidates of General Category. For the candidates belonging to SC/ST, the minimum percentage of marks required for the admission process should be 40% in PCB. Preference will be given to the merit students




Brief Introduction About OMCHRC M.B.B.S Course

  • The College is affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka. The duration of the M.B.B.S course is four and a half years (9 terms, each of 6-month duration) of academic study and one year of internship.
  • The course consists of 3 phases. Candidates are admitted to the Pre-Clinical Phase(Phase-I) of one-year duration (2 terms) during which they study the subjects of Anatomy, Physiology & Biochemistry. At the end of Phase-1, they appear for the M.B.B.S Phase-I examination of the University. After successfully completing the Pre-Clinical course, the students enter the Para-Clinical Phase (Phase-II) of one & a half year duration(3 terms), during which they study Microbiology, Pharmacology, Pathology & Forensic Medicine.
  • In this phase, the students also learn a part of the clinical subjects. They appear for the Phase-II university examinations at the end of the one and a half years. On successful completion of Phase-II, the students enter Phase-III which is of two years duration, having clinical subjects as part of the study. At the end of one year (2 terms), the students take the Phase-III(Part-1) examinations comprising the subjects E.N.T, Ophthalmology & Community Medicine. At the end of the next one year (the last 2 terms), the student answers the Phase-III (Part-2) examinations comprising the subjects Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paediatrics & Orthopaedics.
  • Clinical training in the Hospitals attached to the Institute will commence after the student successfully completes Phase-I & will continue until the end of the course.