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i get 502 marks in neet and ews category can i get admission in this college from state quota
Since you have not mentioned the name of your Interested college, it's difficult to tell you about the Cut-off and Closing Ranks.
Separate States have different number of applicants, and different number of Government seats under the Home State Quota, so kindly tell about the State and College you are interested or are applying for.
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i git 378 marks in neet 2020 with ebc category .Can i get admission in this college at state levek Counselling with bihar domicile
You have tagged government ayurvedic College Patna so at your marks there are chances that you might get this college. To get this college from bihar state ayush counseling one might need around 430-450 marks as safe score. So you might try from bihar state ayush counseling but chances are very less.
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how much marks i had to get in neet with obc category to take admission in this college?
For government ayurvedic college patna, as per the past year's cut off in neet, you need to have atleast 40 percentile. That is score should be 130-107 in neet. Although the cut offs for this year might get lower than the last year. (as per trends)
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admisson process for this college
Admission to BAMS courses will be taken on the basis of NEET UG score and the corresponding rank. Therefore, candidates are required to qualify NEET conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). In order to take admission to BAMS course, candidates are required to secure NEET cutoff 2020 percentile.
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cutoff for sc category to take admission
We are here to clear your doubt but please be specific regarding your doubts so that we can help you out. Here yiu have not mentioned any exam name so how can I i provide you cutoff for sc category.
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