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Questions related to Guntur Medical College, Guntur
is forensic science available in your college and I need complete details of forensic course
As you have not mentioned the name of the college it is a bit difficult for us to provide the details regarding the same.
The details of the forensic science course are as follows:
The course is known by the name of B.Sc. Forensic Science. It is a three year undergraduate program wherein you deal with the study of scientific applications and knowledge that will be helpful in tackling crimes. This undergraduate program offers a vast range of subjects and how to carefully examine and inspect different objects and parts at a crime scene. When it comes to a crime scene the analysis could be anything such as blood stains, fingerprints, footprints, retrieving data from electronic devices like phones, laptops, computer,etc. If you are opting for this course then you must have keen interest in it and possess academic skills.
Moving on to the eligibility criteria, it same as that for many other undergraduate programs i.e. you must have passed your class 12th examinations in science stream from a recognised board with a minimum of 50% aggregate.
This course offers two types of entries :
- Lateral Entry: This option is open for the students who have pursued 3 year polytechnic diploma after class 12th.
- Entrance Examination: CG PAT, IISER IAT, GSAT, NEST , BHU UET, OUAT.
Lastly, the course fees depends upon the institution but it ranges roughly between 20,000 to 50,000 Indian rupees.
I hope my answer has cleared your doubts. Looking forward to help you more.
2019 cutoff through AP domicile?
There are approximately 1,489 seats for which the aspirants will be competing to secure admission. For Andhra Pradesh domicille there are 85% seat reserved and 15% seats are for the students who belongs from all india quota .
Dmit cource how to join rediyography cource
For Radiology course you will have to complete mbbs program plus one year internship. Then there are two options Diploma in Radiology ie DMRD ,n which is two years course second is MD in Radiology which is three years course . Fees is also very high for MD courses.
Some investors buy assets and open radiology centres and they hire radiologists and pay 22 lacs to 25 lacs per month.
how many marks should get in neet examination to get free seat in Guntur medical college in BC-E category
We do not have 2019 data yet. But in 2018, under OBC Category, 496 marks secured a seat in Guntur Medical College, That was the cut off for BC Category as a whole. Now BC-E has 4% reservation under 27% allotted reservation for OBC. And cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. For securing a seat in this GMC for the year 2020, you will need nothing less than 550.
what is 2019 neet (UG) Bc.A category cutoff
The NEET cut-off varies every year based on the various factors. Therefore the exact cutoff cannot be determined until the counselling process. But the approximate cut off can be estimated on the basis of previous years cut-off. For more details kindly go through this link, https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cut-off-for-government-colleges
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