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can i get this college if scoring 450+ in neet 2020 from mumbai?//
With 450+ in NEET you can easily get a seat in Government Ayurveda College and Hospital, Osmanabad however it is mere speculation at this point since they have not released any officicial cutoff for the college as such and the cutoffs are expected to increase this year. You have good chances of getting a seat here in State Quota Counselling for mbbs(in Indian Institute of Medical Science and Research, Jalna and Vedantaa Institute of Medical Science Vedantaa Hospital and Research Centre Palaghar) and bds (in quite a number of colleges).
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cuts of this college for BAMS ...?
The cutoff marks varies every year. So the expected cutoff for getting admission in BAMS is between 450 to 490 marks if you belong to unreserved category. And if you from OBC catagory you need 400 to 450 marks. Or if you belong to SC/ ST catagory you required at least 350 to 400 marks.
I provide you neet college predictor rank to know which college you may get with your marks.
Hope this helpful. Good luck.
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