Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki

By NEET Counseling Expert

Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki is a professional institute as well as one of the greatest private medical colleges in Uttar Pradesh. MIMS, Barabanki was founded in 2012.

Dr. RMLA University in Uttar Pradesh is affiliated with Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki. It has been approved by the NMC in New Delhi and is recognised by the state government.

Dr Kailash Narayan Singh, founder of Mayo Hospital and Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki, was born on January 3, 1956, in Azamgarh. He was a devoted dreamer with a progressive intellect. He was unwavering in his commitment to serving the sick and infirm, the destitute and the needy. His attempts to serve humanity were admirable, and his contribution to society was especially noteworthy.

Dr. K. N. Singh established the Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences, the first private medical college in Uttar Pradesh to be granted permission for 150 students due to its massive infrastructure and great academic facilities. He worked relentlessly and incessantly to promote Mayo to outstanding heights.

MIMS has 150 MBBS seats available (duration of five and a half years). This college also offers ANM and GNM (Nursing courses).

Quick Summary Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki

Name of InstituteMayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki
Popular NameMIMS 
LocationBarabanki Uttar Pradesh
Year of Establishment2012
Institute TypePrivate
Affiliated toDr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University Faizabad. (UP) 224001
Approved byNational Medical Commission (NMC)
Counseling Conducted Authority Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET), Lucknow 
Hostel FacilitiesYes (Male and Female)
Entrance ExamNEET Exam
Rating8
Official Websitehttps://mimsup.org/
CategoryMedical Colleges in Uttar Pradesh
ContactAddress: Near Safedabad Railway Crossing Faizabad Road, Gadia, Barabanki. PIN code  225001 (UP) India
Admission Helpline Number : 9667542500
Email: mims_lko@yahoo.com, mims0786@gmail.com 

Affiliation and Recognition

Affiliated with: Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University Faizabad. (UP) 224001
Approved by: National Medical Commission (NMC).
Aid Status: Private

Course Offered

COURSESINTAKEDURATION
MBBS150 Seats5 Years

For PG

Courses Annual Intake
MS — Obstetrics and Gynaecology2
SID— General Medicine4
MS—ENT 3
MS —Orthopaedics 3
MD — Radio Diagnosis/ Radiology 3
MD — Physiology 3
MD — Pharmacology3
MD — Rio-Chemistry 2
MD— Microbiology 3
MD/MS —Anatomy 2
MD — Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine 4
MD — Pathology 4
MID— Anaesthesiology 3
MD — Paediatrics 2
MD — Tuberculosis Sr Respiratory. Diseases / Pulmonary Medicine 2
MD/AIS — Ophthalmology2
MS — General Surgery 5
MD — Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy 3

Eligibility Criteria

AGE:

He/she must be 17 years old on or before December 31st of the year of admission to the MBBS Course.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:

He/she has passed the following qualifying examinations:

(a) The higher secondary examination or the Indian School Certificate Examination, which is equivalent to the 10+2 Higher Secondary Examination after 12 years of study, with the last two years of study consisting of physics, chemistry, biology, and mathematics, or any other elective subjects with English at a level not less than the core course for English as prescribed by the National Council for Educational Research and Training after the introduction of the 10+2+3 years.

Note: If the course content does not conform to the National Committee’s 10+2 education structure, candidates will be required to complete a one-year pre-professional training programme before being admitted to Medical colleges. 

or

(b) Intermediate examination in science from an Indian University/Board or other recognised assessing body with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, including a practical test in these disciplines and English as a compulsory subject.

or

(c) The NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST (NEET) As per the directives of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India and the Ordinances promulgated by the Central Government on 24.05.2016, with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, after passing either the higher secondary school examination, or the pre-university or an equivalent examination. The pre-professional/pre-medical exam will comprise a practical test in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, as well as English as a required subject.

(d) The first year of a three-year degree course at a recognised institution, including a practical test in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, provided the examination is a “University Examination” and the candidate has passed 10+2 with English at a level not less than a core course. 

or

(e) B.Sc examination from an Indian University, provided that he/she passed the B.Sc examination with not less than two of the following subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany, Zoology), and English, and that he/she passed the previous qualifying examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English.

or

(f) Any other examination that is judged to be equal in scope and standard to an Indian University/intermediate Board’s scientific examination, taking Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, as well as a practical test in each of these subjects and English.

Note: It should be noted that the pre-medical course can be taken at either a Medical College or a Science College. Mathematics marks will not be considered for admission to the MBBS programme. The integrated courses should be phased out after the introduction of the 10+2 course.

Admission Process

Candidates can apply to colleges for UG admission using their NEET UG Medical Scorecard.

Candidates can apply to the college using their NEET MD/MS Medical Scorecard to gain admission to MD/MS.

Candidates seeking admission must meet all of the eligibility criteria outlined in the admission rules.

For U.G. (MBBS)

The selection of students to medical school shall be based entirely on the candidate’s merit, and the following criteria shall be used uniformly throughout the country to determine merit:

(1) In jurisdictions where there is only one Medical College and one university/board/examining body administering the qualifying examination, the marks obtained at that qualifying examination may be considered.

(2) In states where more than one university/board/examining body conducts the qualifying examination (or where there is more than one medical college under the administrative control of one authority), a competitive entrance examination should be held in order to achieve uniform evaluation because standards at qualifying examinations conducted by different agencies may differ.

(3) If a state has more than one college and only one university/board conducts the qualifying test, a joint selection board for all colleges must be formed.

(4) In the case of All India Institutions, a competitive entrance test is definitely required.

(5) The following is the procedure for admission to the MBBS course:

I For admission to MBBS course on the basis of qualifying examination under Clause(1) based on merit, candidate for admission to MBBS course must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50 % marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology at the qualifying examination as mentioned in Clause(2) of regulation 4.

ii) To be admitted on the basis of a competitive entrance examination under Clauses (2) to (4) of this regulation, a candidate must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English individually, and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology at the qualifying examination mentioned in Clause (2) of Regulation 4, and must also have appeared on the merit list prepared as a result of such competition. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, or other Backward Classes would have their marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology put together in qualifying examination and competitive admission test reduced to 40% instead of 50% as stated above.

Provided, however, that a candidate who has appeared in the qualifying examination but whose result has not been declared may be provisionally permitted to take the competitive entrance examination, and if selected for admission to the MBBS course, he shall not be admitted to that course until he meets the eligibility criteria set out in Regulation 4.

For PG (MD/MS)

Criteria for Admission- All seats are assigned based on the results of the PG-NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST. (PG-NEET).

The Institute’s goal is to produce competent Post Graduate Specialists and Medical Teachers who will understand community health needs and carry out professional obligations ethically and in accordance with national health policy objectives.

The Postgraduate programme is three years long and aims to acquire specialised competences through theoretical knowledge, practical and clinical skills, thesis skills, attitudes including communication skills, and research technique training.

The Institute’s goal is to produce competent Post Graduate Specialists and Medical Teachers who will understand community health needs and carry out professional obligations ethically and in accordance with national health policy objectives.

Fee Structure

S. No. DetailsIst  Year Fee
Tuition Fee11,21,162
Hostel + Mess Fee1,75,000
Miscellaneous Fee85,600
Security Fee3,00,000   
Total16,81,762  

Books and medical Insurance amount Rs 21000/-   (to be deposited at the time of joining).

For PG

BranchBranch NameTuition Fee
(Rs.)
Single
Occupancy AC
Hostel Fee (Rs.)
Other Fee
(Rs.)
Security Fee One Time
(Rs.)
Total Fee
(Rs )
CLINICALM.D. Dermatology. Val20309613000031284005000002,959,361
CLINICALM.D. General Medicine20309613000031284005000002,959,361
CLINICALM.D. Paediatrics20309613000001284005000002,959,361
CLINICALM.D. Radio-diagnosis20309613000001284005000002,959,361
CLINICALM.D. Respiratory Medicine20309613000001284005000302,959,361
CLINICALM.S. General Surgery20309613000001284005000302,959,361
CLINICALM.S. Obst. & Gynecology20309613000001284005000302,959,361
CLINICALM.S. Ophthalmology20309613000001284005000302,959,361
CLINICALM.S. Orthopedics20309613000001284005000302,959,361
CLINICALMS Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)20309613000001284005000302,959,361
CLINICALM.D. Anesthesiology20309613000001284005000302,959,361
PARA-CLINICALM.D. Pathology10935713000001284002000001,721,971
PARA-CLINICALM.D. Community MedicineNo Course FeeOptional10000No Fee10.000
PARA-CLINICALM.D. MicrobiologyNo Course FeeOptional10000No Fee10,000
PARA-CLINICALM.D. PharmacologyNo Course FeeOptional10000No Fee10,000
PRE-CLINICALM.D. AnatomyNo Course FeeOptional10000No Fee10,000
PRE-CLINICALM.D. BiochemistryNo Course FeeOptional10000No Fee10,000
PRE-CLINICALM.D. PhysiologyNo Course FeeOptional10000No Fee10,000

NEET Counseling process

Prospectus and schedule for MBBS state quota campaign will be issued by Directorate of Medical Education and Training, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh after the result of NEET 2022 is declared. Its website is http://www.updgme.in/ and online application form is to be filled at https://upneet.gov.in/. Through this, the first stage counseling, second stage counseling and Mop up round counseling is done

Registration fees for the first and second phases of counseling will be 2000/- for all categories and will be non-refundable. For the Mop up round of counseling, all candidates must register, and registration fees will be 1000/- for all categories. 

When registering, students must select the Nodal centre where the entrance formalities must be fulfilled. Choose a Nodal centre near oneself from the list. After completing the registration, the documents verification and security money, demand drafts (DD) must be provided to the Nodal Center.

If an applicant wishes to attend both the Government Medical College and the Private Medical College, he must deposit Rs. 2,00,000/- (Rupees two lakh) as security. Individuals can fill the choice for the first round after paying the Demand Draft (DD) of security fees. It is vital to lock it after filling the choice since it does not have autolock; if you do not lock, no one will consider the choice..

First Round

This counseling is done online, and there is no free first round in Uttar Pradesh. If you are assigned a seat and choose to join, you may do so and be given the option of upgrading in the second round. After receiving a seat allotment in the first round, one must deposit the tuition payments and original papers for the first year in the allotted college for government seats and by visiting the nodal centre for private seats.

Second Round

After the first round of UP, the second round of counseling is held to replace the vacant seats, and the third round of MCC is held to fill the seats transferred to the state. This type of counseling is also available online. You cannot compete in the second round of UP if you joined the seat in the second round of MCC. If you did not register in the first round, the registration price for the second round will be Rs. You can register by paying a deposit of Rs. 2000/-. Candidates who received Security money in the first round may participate in the second round by depositing Security money once more. 

The seat from the first round can likewise be improved in the second round. They are not required to deposit Security funds again. If your seat is upgraded in the second round, it will be given to another applicant in the first round. In the second round, you must fulfil the admission formalities for the upgrading seat. If the seat is not upgraded in the second round, the seat from the first round will be retained. However, if the first round seat is re-allocated in the second round, they must complete the admission processes again in the second round, or the admission will be invalidated and that place will be reserved for the Mop Up round counseling.

Third Round

This counseling is done after the second round to replace the vacant seats. Offline counseling is provided. Vehicle candidates will not be present for counseling. Admission is granted on the basis of on-the-spot merit in this case. 

Only candidates who were not selected in the first and second rounds are eligible to participate in this round. Those who did not register in the first and second rounds may register again. As described in the first and second rounds, the process of security money and document verification would take place on the spot. 

Candidates who registered in the first and second rounds must re-register for the Mop Up round by paying a registration cost of Rs 1000/-; they do not need to re-deposit the security money. If you obtained a place through AIQ 15 %, you will be unable to compete in the UP Mop Up round.

Document Required

  • MBBS admission application form in the prescribed format 
  • NEET Hall Ticket or Admit Card 
  • NEET Score Card 
  • (D.O.B.) Certificate 
  • Provisional Seat Allotment Letter/ Call Letter 
  • Caste Certificate 
  • Class 10+2 Marksheet (Class X +XII Passing Certificate/ DOB Certificate) 
  • AADHAR Card as address proof 
  • 8 recent passport size photos of candidates 
  • Medical Fitness Certificate

Facilities

  • Four lecture theatres – Audio visual training aids such as a PA system, computer, LCD projector, white board, green board, and so on, and a provision for E-Class.O
  • One additional lecture theatre accessible for hospital usage.
  • Demonstration Rooms – Each Pre Clinical and Para Clinical Department has 2 demonstration rooms with seating for 90 people with audio visual teaching equipment such as a computer, LCD, projector, white board, green board, OHP, TV, and so on. Each OPD and ward has 1 demonstration room.
  • Girls’ and Boys’ Common Rooms – adjoining restrooms.
  • Practical Laboratory — 6 225-square-meter laboratories with adjacent preparation and storage rooms are provided, as well three 90-square-meter laboratories for the Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Physiology departments. Aside from that, each Pre-Clinical and Para-Clinical department has its own Research Laboratory.
  • Central Library — A 2700 square metre central library with air conditioning and an audio visual system is offered.
  • Skill Lab – It is currently being established.
  • Computer Lab – 40 computers with internet access are accessible.
  • Auditorium 
  • Cafeteria
  • Hostel – Separately for boys and girls, there is a visiting room, a study room with computer Wi-Fi internet, a recreational facility room with T.V, music, indoor games, and mess facilities to make students feel at home away from home.
  • Sports – Indoor as well as Outdoor
  • Pharmacy
  • Other infrastructure facilities include on-campus housing for faculty and employees, as well as a restaurant, guest house, transportation, a bank ATM, a temple, and a retail shop.

Hospital of  Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki

Dr. K. N. Singh main goal was to build a hospital since he was driven by a strong desire to give medical facilities and services to the community. His tireless efforts bore fruit as he established the first trauma centre in Eastern UP. 

Hospital includes 300 beds as well as separate beds for casualty, trauma, pre- and post-operative care, and various intensive care units. All patient care amenities are provided. There has been given Grand total beds of 650 (for Teaching) and 86 (Non-Teaching).

Students at the Mayo School of Nursing have numerous possibilities to pursue collaborative and multidisciplinary education as well as independent study projects in the field of nursing education.

Placements

Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences places an emphasis on activities other than academics, as seen by its facilities, extracurricular activities, and national and international relationships. Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences offers a wide range of placement opportunities, including corporate, public, and entrepreneurial positions.

Ranking & Reputation

Name of InstituteMayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki
Ranking8
ReputationExcellent
EducationGood
FacultyGood
InfrastructureExcellent

Contact Details

Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences
Address: Faizabad Road, Gadia, Barabanki. 225001 (UP) India

Admission Helpline Number: 9667542500
Email: mims_lko@yahoo.com, mims0786@gmail.com
Official Website: www.mimsup.org

FAQ

What is the ranking of Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki?

The ranking of Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki is 8.

When was the college, MIMS, Barabanki, launched?

MIMS, Barabanki launched in 2012.

Which university is affiliated with Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki?

Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University Faizabad. (UP) 224001.

Is Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki a government institution?

Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences Barabanki is a private institution.

Is there a hostel at Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences?

Yes, Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences has a hostel.

What is the official website for Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences?

https://mimsup.org/

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