If someone scores 450 in neet and wants to take admission in govt college same year only ... Can they get the college with good placement or they should take a drop and aim top medical college... If they can
Hindavi, first things first. Your NEET score is valid only for 1 Academic year which will be the year that you take the exam in if you want to study MBBS/BDS/Ayush/Veterinary Courses across India. But NEET score is valid for 3 years if you want to study MBBS/BDS abroad. And secondly, there is no placement option when you appear for NEET because these are professional Medical courses. Unlike other courses, Medical Colleges do not offer placements. With this sorted, in India we have Government Medical Colleges, Private Medical Colleges and Deemed/Central Universities. And if you are talking about Government Medical Colleges alone, 15% of the seats in GMCs are filled through All India Counselling and the rest 85% of the seats are filled through State Counselling. To participate in State Counselling, you need to hold the domicile of that State. Now you haven't mentioned the State and Category you belong to. This is important because cut offs are different across different Categories and different States. For example, a score of 450 will not get you a seat in a GMC in States like Delhi, Bihar, Rajasthan, etc even if you belong to Reserved Categories because these States do have higher cut offs. But in States like Tamilnadu, Karnataka, if you belong to Reserved Categories, you might have a chance. Again as mentioned earlier, cut offs change every year. Cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. So please do help us with the State and Category you belong to and we shall help you with the score that you might need for a seat in a GMC. And if you are preparing for NEET, you may as well try our NEET Knockout package: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/ . And because you just have 38 days to prepare for NEET, you may as well use this opportunity.
I have recently passed my 12th class. Now i aim to become a commercial pilot, but i dont know what is the first step to become a pilot after 12th.
Hello student ,
If you have passed 12th then you must have CPL (Commercial Pilot Licence).And for this you have to go for training program from an Institute recognized by the Civil Aviation Authority of that particular country .
To join this traing you must have passed your 10+2 with physics and maths as a mandatory subject and must have 50% aggregate marks minimum and your age should not be less than 17 years .
Hope you find this helpful !
Good luck !
10-88.4 12-88.75 btech ece-73 cat-97 which iims can i aim for
The first step towards getting into the IIMs is taking the CAT exam. The CAT 2020 is expected to be conducted on November 29 and the result will be announced in the first week of January 2021. The IIM admission process will begin soon with shortlisting of candidates for Written Ability Test (WAT), Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI) round.
IIM Eligibility Criteria
IIM eligibility criteria is same as CAT eligibility criteria, i.e. atleast 50% marks in graduation. Those who are eligible to appear in CAT are eligible for admission to the IIMs. However, they have to meet a few other requirements for selection. Take a look at the IIM eligibility criteria below:
- The basic IIM eligibility criteria is graduation with at least 50% marks or equivalent CGPA (45% for SC, ST and PWD/DA category)
- Candidates appearing for the final year of bachelor's degree/equivalent qualification exam or awaiting their results, are also eligible to apply
- To be eligible for IIM interview call, the candidates must meet the IIM shortlist/qualifying cut off
- To expect interview call and participate in WAT/GD-PI, the candidates must meet the minimum IIM call cut off
For more details please visit the link below:
I am class 12 (pcm) student My aim is to get into the top B schools ,And I am from non english(my english is not much good ) background what should I do for exams cat, cmat, xat and more, which branch should I take for backup ?
First of all you have said that your English is not strong enough but let me tell you it's perfectly fine. To get admission in any top B school, you need to qualify the entrance examinations and before that you might opt for BBA degree, you can also pursue any subjects in your bachelor degree.
You can visit this page for detailed information about BBA degree BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
I hope this will help you.
I got 60.72% in 12 and my aim is to do bsc forensic science so am i able
The Admission for bcs forensic science does not depends on your 12th percentage.Because now-a-days the students percentage does not matter. the thing that matters is your knowledge. See there are many university or the colleges which conduct their own entrance papers and just you have to clear the exam to take the admission in the college.
There are many Top entrance exams conducted like JET, Amity JEE, LPUNEST, and other University or State level Entrance Exams .But there are only some colleges which take admission according to the merit based.So Don't worry prepare well for your entrance exam.
I hope you got the answer!!
if you have any query then feel free to ask!!
I got 191 cuttoff in cbse.What group and college wil i get in tnea counselling top colleges??? My main aim is comp science grp will i get in mit or anna university my caste grp is BC
You have chances of getting into mit but not anna university since you have some what lower cutoff for you to get into that college though if you got mit you might mot able to get the course which you prefer. Since the cuttoff for the state board students is much higher and previous year students who are waiting for neet exam also might apply for those colleges.
For more details about annauniversity cutoff refer to the following link below ....
All the best!!
I am not interested in going to software engineering field , one of my interests is to go industrial field , that is manufacturing , my aim is to set an industry on my own . what ever may be the production , but with new ideas and technology, which course should I take after 12 th. I am a JEE asp
Manufacturing And production is perrenial demand for consumers. With the increase in population the demand for produced goods increase with due course of time . And with this situation if you want to set an industry of your own ,you need to identify that which product is in more demand and will continue to be in demand.
Hence I Suggest you to to Do Production Engineering/Metallurgical Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering or Mechanical engineering. Production Engineering - Keep this as a top priority bacause every industry has production.
Thank you & All the best
Qualified CA- 55%, B.Com ( Hons) - 78%, 12th - 90.20% ,10th -84% , Work experience- 36 months . Wanted to understand chances for calls and selection from IIMs A,B,C,L and FMS and the ideal score and percentile . Further, is it advisable to quit job for CAT preparation since its very hectic.
It's really good to know that you are looking for MBA domain.
It's one of the best domain available in Indian corporate sector.
If I look at your profile then it's really good, as you are a qualified CA and having 3 years of experience too, it'll add a lot of value to your profile in interviews for top B-Schools.
But for getting calls for interview from top B-Schools like IIM A,B,C or FMS or any other top 10 colleges,you need atleast 99 percentile in CAT.
As you are From non engeneering background, it'll help you in getting calls from top B-Schools, try to score above 99 percentile and it'll assure you a IIM call.
If I talk about prepration then yes, if you are confident and serious enough for cat then you can left your job and prepare for CAT but remember one thing persons having experience more than 3 years are having negative impact while getting calls so try to clear cat this time itself.
Hope this information is helpful for you.
All the best
i haved passed 12 so what should I do next my aim is to be ias officer
First of all congratulations for clearing your 12th.
As to become an IAS officer you must clear upsc( union public service commission) civil services exam.
Hope it helps.
sir i got 60 percent in maths..... im little bit scared of math... but my AIM is to crack NDA.... what shall i do..... pls help me
First of all you need to clear your basic concepts of maths and you need to work hard so as to clear NDA. Also, consider some good books for preparation of mathematics sections. Then try to solve some previous years papers of NDA to check the pattern of questions. For more information you can go through this link