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If i register in the physiotherapy and take admission by management quota, but after that if i got selected in NEET, then my submitted fees will be refunded or not? As i am going to give my NEET examination also...
Each institution has its own set of rules and guidelines.It is unlikely to get a refund from college if you are leaving in the middle college after taking admission.You need to submit your certificates at the time of admission in college.You need to get them back as you need them if you want to get admission in a medical through NEET.Please contact the college administration in this regard and get to know about its rules.
is it a collage or a institution
The name of the institute itself says it is an institute not a college.
Firstly Know differences between College and Institute,
College is a an academic branch which only offers undergraduate course like BSC, b.com, BBA etc
Institute is an academic branch which offers all kind of academic education like, undergraduate, postgraduate, PhD, diploma etc.,
Now, Institute of health science, is a academic branch, which offers even master's course. So, it is an institute.
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