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tution and annual fees of complete course

Dear aspirant,

Given below are the fee details of AFMC, Pune for MBBS

Course fee - 25 K

Allie charges (uniform etc) - 42.5 K

Mess - 5.5 k

These are all the charges in the beginning (first year), from the second year it reduces a lot. For more details, please check the link below.

The total course fee for 5 years comes to about 3 L and not more than that.

For more details, please check the link below.

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what is the expected cut off for AFMC this year 2022?

Hello aspirant,

Authorities will issue the AFMC NEET cutoff 2022 along with the AFMC MBBS merit list 2022. The AFMC cutoff 2022, also known as the minimal qualifying percentage, is the final candidate on the merit list.

Candidates with marks higher than or equal to the stated cutoff will be invited to the AFMC MBBS 2022 counselling. It should be remembered that the cutoff changes each year based on the number of NTA NEET 2022 qualified applicants, the number of candidates who applied for AFMC MBBS admission, the number of seats available, and other factors.

To get the previous years cutoff list you can visit our site by clicking on link given below.

https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-afmc

Thank you

Hope this information helps you.

How much marks should the candidate need to get admit in afmc college?

Hello,


First of all let me tell you that cut off for Armed Forces Medical College, AFMC changes every year depending upon various factors such as difficulty level of examination, performance of students in the examination etc.


------- If we go by the previous year data, then the cut off for Boys was 609 and for Girls it was 627.


------ So, if you are an AFMC aspirant then you need to score around 630+ to be on the safe side, because from the past year trends the cut off is expected to Increase.


------ Also, I would like to tell you that you won't get admission in AFMC just after clearing the cut off marks. You will have to undergo a TOELR Test, an interview and medical examination, only after clearing all of these, you become eligible to join AFMC


------ To know your expected Rank in the NEET 2022 Examination, based on the marks you are expecting, kindly check out Career 360's Rank Predictor -


https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-rank-predictor?utm_source=qna&utm_medium=neet_rp




------- You can also check out Careers 360's NEET 2022 AIQ College Predictor which will help you in getting more in depth information about the best colleges for your marks. Here is a link to it -


https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?utm_source=qna&utm_medium=neet_cp


I hope you find the answer helpful.

Thank you.

Is there bsc forensic science course ?

Hello,

No, Army Forces Medical College ,Pune doesn't offer BSc Forensic Science, however it only offers the following  paramedical courses at graduation level;

BPMT Laboratory Technician
BPMT Radiographic Technician
BPMT Operation Theatre Technician
BPMT Blood Transfusion Technician
BPMT Cardio Technician
BPMT Community Medicine Health Inspector Emergency Medical Services
BPMT Endoscopy Technician
BPMT Neuro Technician
BPMT Optometry Technician
BPMT Perfusionist
BPMT Radiotherapy Technician
Basic BSc Nursing
Post Basic BSc Nursing

check out the official website of the college at https://www.afmc.nic.in/welcome.html to know more details regarding this,

You can also check out our page at https://www.careers360.com/courses/bsc-in-forensic-science/amp to know more details regarding this.

apply for college medical bams

Hello

If you want to apply for Medical BAMS course- Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery which contains 5.5 years course in which 4 years is academic year and 1 year is compulsory for Internship as per guidelines.

This course is teaches students about Ayurveda treatment and Eligibility criteria is you must have to complete your 10+2 qualification with equivalent board with Science stream subjects like Physics, chemistry, Biology and English core subjects.

For Admission in BAMS you must to qualify NEET examination which is conducted by NTA-National Testing Agency, The cut offs and marks are depend upon each category;

General catagory-40th percentile and 113 marks required

SC/ST/OBC Catagory is 30th percentile and 86 marks. Once the NEET exam result get released the qualifying candidates go for counseling procedure and then get admission in BAMS.

The average fee structure range from INR 25,000- INR 3,20,000/- per annum.

Is 625 a good score to get into Armed Forces Medical college?

Hello Aspirant,

There are several processes of screening (ToELR, PAT, interview, medical examinations) and document verification, occurring over a month.

Last year the cut-off was for boys, it was 609 and for girls, it was  627. For boys, more than 600 scores are required and for girls more than 625. The nomination method comprises NEET achievement, ToELR total and interview, with the interview possessing the greatest weightage. So it relies on your personality, speaking abilities, co-curricular actions, and basic English knowledge. Moreover, it is a likelihood that you may get dismissed in the medical fitness standards which is an enormous procedure which comprises of eyesight check, sonography, X-ray and additional things. Your NEET score will certainly support you, but there is no validity of your nomination. There are fewer seats for a girl candidate which is   115 seats for boys. So, there is a huge competition among girls for sure.

The ultimate admission will be established on the total achieved by the aspirant in the Written Exam (NEET-UG total and ToELR total) and the Interview administered by the college. ToELR is a questioning of the English Language, Comprehension, Logic and Reasoning. You just need to qualify for PAT i.e., Psychological Assessment Test.

Nevertheless, for a boy candidate 625 is a good score to start preparing for TOELR. All the best.

Regards.


I am now 18 years old and I want to go in AFMC college for MBBS what can I do? I am A girl my caste is SC .Is there any chance for my caste?

Hello aspirant,

To pursue MBBS from AFMC, Pune, you will have to give the NEET exam and get a score of 630+ as the previous year cut-off for girls was 627. There will be no hindrance related to your caste.

The eligibility criteria is as follows-

  • To be eligible for AFMC, candidates must have secured at least 60 percent aggregate marks in the Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology). Also, they must have secured 50 percent marks in English as well as 50 percent marks in each of the Science subjects.
  • Must be unmarried. Marrying during the course is not permitted.
  • Should be medically fit as per prescribed standards by the Govt. of India, Ministry of Defence
  • Must have attained the age of 17 years on 31st Dec of the year of application, but must not have attained the age of 22 years on that date(Not more than 24 years in case of candidates who have passed or are appearing in final B Sc examinations).

Hope it helps!

cutoff for mbbs in this college 2021

Hello!!

Hope you are doing great!!

AFMC Armed Forces Medical College, pune  Cutoff's for the year of 2022 is not yet released.The cutoff's for the previous years in this college is as follows:

2021:

Boys - 615/720

Girls - 627/720

2020:

Boys - 618/720

Girls - 637/720

For more information,kindly refer to the following link:

https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-afmc

Hope it helps!

how to join BMLT paramedical course in AFMC?I want to know about its procedure. plz answer

All the Paramedical courses at AFMC are only for In service Candidates.

These courses provide training to Para medics of Armed Forces.

The Candidates are selected by AMC Centre and College.

All the paramedical courses are for Serving Personnel of Indian Army/Navy and Airforce only. Civilians are not eligible for this course.

Hope you got your answer.

Thanks.

as it is armed force medical institute,so the students will join army or they can practice normally like any other medical institute ?

Hello,

If you enquiring about MBBA course in Armed Force Medical College Pune, if you are shortlisted for the course you will be studying MBBS for a duration of 4 and 1/2 years followed by compulsory rotating internship training of one year. All medical cadets commissioned into the AFMS will undergo internship training in selected service hospitals recognized by the National Medical Commission (NMC).  Candidates admitted to AFMC for MBBS course has to compulsorily serve as Commissioned Officers in the Armed Forces Medical Services. The type of commission depends on the vacancies available and it will be determined based on merit in the final MBBS examination. The commissioned candidate has the liability to serve in the Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS) for 7 years. The candidates commissioned under Permanent Commission (PC)  will have to serve in AFMS till date of superannuation. Commissioned officers will serve in one of the three services, viz. Army, Navy and Air Force.

SO if you are shortlisted for admission to MBBS in AFMC you cannot practice as a civilian after the completion of the course. If you wish to do so you have to pay the bond amount of Rs 61,00,000 (As per AFMC 2021 Admission guidelines) or as per existing rules. SO you have to serve in as Medical officer in Defence for minimum 7 years mandatorily. After 7 years 50% of the authorized strength of the course are offered Permanent Commission (PC) and the rest Short Service Commission (SSC).

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