Kindly mention your current study and your interest to study. Because each and every courses will have different eligibility criteria and entrance exams. Your marks, category and state will also decide your seat in a College. So search based on that.
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Institutes Reserve 15% seats for scheduled castes(SC), 7.5% for scheduled Tribe(ST),27% seats for OBC candidates respectively in each programme in both sponsored or non sponsord categories.candidates must must submit their caste certificates for the approval. It may also vary from institute to institute. Please Provide clear details of question for your convinience.Hope this helps you.
Maanya, CMC Vellore is a Minority Medical College which has 74 seats allotted to students recommended by the churches associated with CMC Vellore. And the 16 seats are reserved for Open Candidates. Out of these, 3 seats are reserved Candidates, 10 are for children of CMC staff, and 1 is sponsored by the Central Government. Now if you belong to the minority community and you are being sponsored by any of the associated churches, you will need a score of atleast 550 and above. But if you are trying under Open Merit Category, you will need nothing less than 650-675 for a seat in this Medical College.
The Christian Medical College or CMC, Vellore in the state of Tamil Nadu is one of the leading medical colleges in India. The institute aims to provide a wide range of UG, PG and super specialty courses in medicine, surgery and allied health science fields.
For NEET 2018 cut off for CMC Vellore is -
General - 595
SC - 389
ST - 271
so , it is depend on your category. but try for 550+ to secure confirm seat.
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Let me first share you some information about the college:
Christian Medical College
is a private, minority-run educational and research institute.It has a network of primary, secondary and tertiary care hospitals in Vellore and on the outskirts of Vellore too.The institute, constituent college is
affiliated with the
Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University.
Now the problem would be the language if you are not belonging to Tamil Nadu,
because,Tamil is the language spoken by most of the people in Tamil Nadu, although other Indian languages are also commonly heard in Vellore
(Hindi – the national language, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and Urdu, for instance).
Many South Indians, including shopkeepers, know some English, so most visitors who speak English
, do not have too much trouble making themselves understood.
English is the medium of instruction in the Institution.
So definitely it gonna be difficult for you to survive in a new environment but YES if you would be able to make some local friends over there then you will also get use to their language :)
Don't loose hope and get ready for your strangest experience you are going to have in your life :)
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