|Courses||4 Degrees and 22 Courses|
|Campus size||7.5 acres|
Others: Internship completion date - Online mode10 Aug'23
Yes the college has all the necessary equipments.The college library has sufficient number of books including reference books,international journals for enriching the knowledge of faculties and students.The college has sophisticated and fully equipped laboratories such as sharir kriya laboratory,sharir rachna laboratory,dravyagun laboratory,Rognidan laboratory etc for undergraduate and post graduate students.The classrooms are spacious and living spaces are clean.
With the score of 400 which is quite low score for an OBC candidate ,it is very difficult to get government medical seat for MBBS or other courses. But with this score you can get good semi government and private colleges . However there might be some chances of getting government BHMS/BAMS college in some states where the cutoff goes low. However the cutoff varies every year and also statewise. Hoping for the best. For more information refer to
You can refer to the percentage provided below for details on the different Maharashtra state seat reservations for MHT CET 2021. Around 50% of backward-class seats are reserved in Maharashtra only to those who belongs to the state. The 200 MHT CET Seats Reservation are on the basis of Maharashtra's diverse backward class
Scheduled Castes and Schedule Caste converts to Buddhism (SC) - 13 %
Other Backward Classes (OBC)- 29%
Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (SEBC)- 16%
Hope you got your answer, as you are OBC category from UP it may be difficult for you to a state quota in other field of higher education also. Above is an example from MHT CET.
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I hope you are doing well. I see that you have scored 149 marks in your neet examination. With the marks scored it is not possible for you to get a government seat for BAMS. Anyways you could get a seat in private colleges through management. But the fees would remain the same. BAMS or Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery is basically an Ayurvedic traditional healing art based undergraduate medical course in India. The course provides complete knowledge about 'Ashtanga Ayurveda' along with scientific advances in modern medicine along with extensive practical training.
These are few of the colleges in India with their fee structure.( Note: The fee structure varies year to year so there could be a change in the numbers mentioned below).
1. Patanjali Ayurved College, Haridwar, Uttarakhand. The total fees here is approximately Rs 9.7 Lakhs.
2. Sumatibhai Shah Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Malwadi Pune, Maharashtra. The total fees here is approximately Rs 7.87 lakhs.
3. Yashwant Ayurvedic College, Kolhapur, Maharashtra. The total fees here is approximately Rs 11 Lakhs.
4. Shubhdeep Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Indore, Madhya Pradesh. The total fees here is approximately Rs 9 lakhs
5. Parul Institute of Ayurved, Vadodara, Gujarat. The total fees here is approximately Rs 11 Lakhs.
For further information check out the links given below.
1. Neet rank predictor.
2. Neet College predictor.
3. Neet Cutoff.
4. Neet Seat Allotment.
5. Further details regarding BAMS.
I hope this information helped you.
All the best, Have a great day ahead!
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