MBBS in India is a course of 5 and a half year duration which trains Indian students to be registered medical practitioners more commonly referred to as Doctors. Every year approximately 7,00,000 to 8,00,000 candidates appear in the All India Pre Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT), the state level Medical entrance examinations and the Institute specific entrance examinations of the premier medical colleges. But only 4.5 5% of the total eligible appearing candidates are able to secure a seat in the Government run medical colleges. Recent years have seen a gradual increase in the interest among the students and guardians for the process of direct admission in MBBS in India as several private medical colleges in India have started to provide the medical aspirants with the facility of direct admission in MBBS. With increase in the number of private medical colleges, the process of MBBS Direct Admission has gained immense popularity in Medical College admission in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi-NCR and several other cities. Direct Admission in MBBS is the process through which Medical Colleges allow students to take admission into their college through the Management Quota without requiring them to appear in the Medical Entrance Examinations. Direct Admission process has been able to give the aspiring candidates the opportunity to get rid of the tremendous pressure of securing a seat through the medical entrance examinations conducted either by the CBSE (the AIPMT) or the ones conducted by their respective states. There are several private medical colleges in India which provide Direct Admission in MBBS through Management Quota either without donation or with a very low amount of donation. Medical College Admission in Maharashtra, Pondicherry and Rajasthan has attained a much higher percentage after the introduction of Direct Admission process.