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can i get this college if scoring 450 inneet 2020?
Hello dear student
Your rank around 450 but you are not mention your category so if I assume you are from UR CATEGORY than according to previous year cutoff there are no chance to get seats in AIQ government college but you may get seats in BAMS or BHMS.
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How many Marks required to get admission through NEET
It depends on the Institute you want to choose. It even depends on ownership of the College. 400+ is the minimum marks you need, to get into private institution... 550+ are the minimum marks to get into reputated institutions... 650+ are the marks for getting admission into government Colleges... It even depend on your category... Each category has different Eligiblity criteria...
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