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With reference to your above mentioned query, i would like to tell you that yes, you can do PHD program in medical Biochemistry after Msc or with any of teh master's degree medical programme. PhD is the option for you if you are only interested in research. Direct PhD after MBBS is available in many institutes.
In AIIMS, you have to clear the institute's entrance exam. In other institutes you may need to clear CSIR-NET or some qualifying exam.
Further, to know more about the phd program in medical biochemistry, follow the below mentioned link to know more on this in detail :
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It is quite difficult to make any accurate prediction of your admission chances in any particular college because the cut-off keeps on changing every year depending upon various factors such as :-
*** number of candidates appeared in NEET 2021
*** difficulty level of the paper
*** top score for NEET 2021
*** total number of seats available for admission and so on.
But we can help you on the basis of previous years cut-offs, by analyzing data of previous years we can guide you upto some sort of your admission chances in Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore.
So if we go through previous years cut-offs then according to that, you have good chances of getting only private seat in Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore on such marks and category not government seat because you belongs to state other than Karnataka .
You can check out previous year's cut-offs from the link given below :-
NEET 2021 Cutoff Karnataka (2020, 2019, 2018, 2017): College-wise & Category-wise (careers360.com)
Note that the above prediction is made on the basis of previous year's cut-off and the cut-offs are bound to change every year depending upon various factors such as the number of candidates appearing in an examination, the number of candidates qualifying an examination, difficulty level of the paper, and so on.
To have a list of all those colleges which you can get based upon your marks, category, and state you can use NEET College Predictor because it will make you comfortable while choice filling in counselling :-
NEET 2021 Cut-off goes like :-
-->>> General - 50th percentile - 720-138 marks
-->>> SC/ST/OBC - 40th percentile - 137-108 marks
-->>> General-PwD - 45th percentile - 137-122 marks
-->>> SC/ST/OBC-PwD - 40th percentile - 121-108 marks
You can check out complete details regarding NEET qualifying cut-offs from the link given below :-
If you want to prepare further for NEET 2022 then to help you in your preparation we have some resources which you can access from the link given below :-
I hope this information helps you.
National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced NEET cut off percentile with the official brochure. NEET cutoff is the minimum qualifying marks to be obtained to pass the entrance test. NEET UG 2021 cutoff for general category candidates is 50th percentile. While for SC/ST/OBC and general-PH aspirants, NEET qualifying percentile is 40th and 45th percentile, respectively. Though it is quite difficult to tell the cutoff marks but for the last year NEET cutoff scores for the general category were 720-147, while for SC/ST/OBC it was 146-113.
Also to know about the colleges that you can get based upon your performance in Neet examination with the help of expected rank, category and state use our Neet college predictor at https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor
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