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You haven't mentioned in which University or college you want to take admission in this course . You have to mention that in order to get answer for that as there are many colleges and all have their different procedures to admission . While here I am mentioning the names of few top colleges for MSc pathology and I hope that will help you.
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2018, the cutoff for Grant Medical College, Mumbai for NEET UG were as follows:
85% State Quota
70% Regional Quota
° For Unreserved, the cutoff NEET score was 544 and the subsequent cutoff rank was 8816.
° For OBC, the cutoff score was 503 and the cutoff rank was 20391.
30% State Quota
° For Unreserved, the cutoff NEET score was 603 and the subsequent cutoff rank was 1248.
° For OBC, the cutoff score was 567 and the cutoff rank was 4716.
15% All India Quota
° For Unreserved, the cutoff NEET score was 607 and the subsequent cutoff rank was 1122.
° For SC, the cutoff score was 512 and the cutoff rank was 17244.
° For ST, the cutoff NEET score was 475 and the subsequent cutoff rank was 31858.
For more details on courses provided, fee structure, college information, cutoffs, etc you can visit the given link:
You need atleast
701-134 cutoff scores if you are from unreserved category and 133-107 for SC/ST/OBC. And 50th percentile for unreserved and 40th for OBC/sc/st.
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Distant vision 6/6 --------- 6/18
Near vision N5 --------- N8
myopia not more than -3.5D
hypermetropia not more than +3.5D
should have good binocular vision
minimum color vision standard CP-3
Therefore, you shall not be eligible to apply.
Please check the eligibility criteria:
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