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World College of Medical Sciences & Research Jhajjar

World College of Medical Sciences & Research, Jhajjar, founded in 2016 is a trust-run private medical college affiliated to Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay University of Health Sciences, Rohtak. World College of Medical Sciences & Research, Jhajjar offers 100 MBBS seats. The college is yet to offer courses under specialisation and super specialisation. You will need to pay around 81 Lacs as MBBS fees in World College of Medical Sciences & Research for Mgmt seat. The college is recognised by National Medical Council (NMC). World College of Medical Sciences & Research, Jhajjar NEET cutoff 2021 is given below:

World College of Medical Sciences & Research, Jhajjar State Cutoff: 499

Quick Summary

Year of Establishment: 2016
No. of Seats (MBBS): 150
Speciality in PG Courses: NA
Seats in PG courses:  NA
Management Type: Trust
Affiliated (University): Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay University of Health Sciences, Rohtak
Listing and Recognition: National Medical Council (NMC)
Affiliation (Hospital): Maharaja Surajmal Hospital
Postal Address: Sampla - Jhajjar Rd, Gurwar, Jhajjar, Haryana 124103
Web Address:

MBBS Fee Structure 2021-22:

Seat Type Government Seat Management Seat NRI Seat
Total MBBS Course Fee  INR 62 Lacs INR 81 Lacs INR 83 Lacs 

MBBS Course

The duration of MBBS is 5 and half years that includes 12 months of internship. The internship comprises of practical training in orthopaedics, medicine, obstetrics and gynaecology, community health, child health, emergency medicine, surgery and various specialties. The guidelines are provided by the erstwhile MCI (Currently NMC). Admission in any MBBS programs is granted on the basis of marks scored in the NEET UG exam which is held by National Testing Agency (NTA).

World College of Medical Sciences & Research, Jhajjar accepts students through Haryana State counselling conducted by The Selection Committee, Directorate of Medical Education in NEET 2021.

Admission Eligibility and Procedure


The candidate must be of 17 years or above as on 31st December of the enrolment year. The candidate must be a graduate of a Higher Secondary School with 10+2 degree in science stream with Biology (or bio-technology) along with Physics and Chemistry as their subject. Minimum 50% marks are eligible (40% in case of SC/ST and 45% for OBC Category).

Admission Procedure:

It is a compulsion for a medical aspirant to appear in National Eligibility and Entrance Examination (NEET) which is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) after graduating 12th grade. The selections in all the government, central, private and deemed colleges are based on the NEET scores. The seats for all medical Institutions/Colleges/universities are offered via counselling based on the fulfilment of eligibility Score/Rank, preferences of colleges and seats available. There will be multiple rounds of counselling viz. round-1, Round-2, Mop Up round and Stray Rounds. Conduct of every subsequent round depends on the availability of seats. If vacant seats remain at the end of one round, the next round will be conducted.

In World College of Medical Sciences & Research, Jhajjar, 100% seats will be filled through Haryana State NEET UG counselling 2021.

PG Options After MBBS in World College of Medical Sciences & Research Jhajjar

Medical PG in India or NEXT

During MBBS study, a student realizes the importance of being a specialist. They also understand the competitiveness to secure MD/MS Seat in Govt College. If we look at the success ratio to get PG in Govt Medical College which is 11% Broadly we can say that only 1 out of 10 will get PG Seat whereas the chances of getting a Clinical specialty is 1 out of 20 applicants. It is obvious that the PG journey is going to be very difficult or else students should have enough money to get the paid seat in Pvt Medical College which may be in Crores!

Total Applicants NEET PG 2022 Specialty Govt Med College Pvt Med College
Seats Success Ratio Seats
2.06 Lacs
MD (Non Clinical) 15K 8.6% 10K
MS (Clinical) 8K 4.6% 5K
Total 23K 11.4% 15K

Do you feel early preparation and the right mentorship will pave your dream of becoming a specialist?

NMC already notified the introduction of the NEXT Exam in India from 2023. This exam will replace all Medical PG exams in India. The exam will be conducted in two parts NEXT-1 and NEXT-2. The Objective of the NEXT-1 is to assess the Student’s Knowledge of Pre, Para, and Clinical Subjects on the National Level. Only post-qualifying of NEXT-1 any Medical student will be eligible for an Internship. Post completion of the internship Students needs to go thru NEXT-2 which will assess their Clinical skills, Patient Management, and Keeping of Medical history. Those who will clear NEXT-2 are awarded a license to practice and Rankers of NEXT-1 will get PG seats of their choice. You may refer to Page for detailed information on the Next Exam.