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admission to veterinary college
Admission to BVsc and AH course(veterinary) happens through AIQ councelling for 15 percent seats under VCI using Neet marks. And for state 85 percent quota it will happen through state councelling by either neet marks or CET exam of that state that depends on the particular state whichever it chooses to accept.
Stay upto date with the official websites and it is advised to keep everything ready before councelling starts. Use this link to get rank prediction to see your predicted rank https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-rank-predictor?utm_source=qna&utm_medium=neet_rp
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Is this is gov. college and how many marks are required in neet2021 to get admission in this college if im in sc category
Mumbai Veterinary College is a government institution.
The cut-off marks are dynamic will change every year as it depends on the number of students taking the examination and how difficult the exam was. If you seek admission under 85% state quota then you need roughly higher than 470 marks and if you seek admission under AIQ (15% of total seats) then you need tentatively higher than 500 marks.
If you have a further specific query please feel free to comment.
Best of Luck.
what neet marks are needed to admit in this college
NEET 2020 admission cut off is not yet out. But the expected cut off is 134 - 701 for general category.
It means if you belong to general category, you've to score 134 - 701 to get admission in MBBS or BDS colleges. For all other categories it is less than 134.
For SC/ST/OBC, the admission cut off is 133 - 107
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is ther any hostel facility in college ?
Yes Mumbai Veterinary College has a hostel facility with a total capacity of 4 hostels for boys and 2 for girls with the total holding capacity of his 300-400 students.
The infrastructure of the hostel is good and the food quality is also considered good.
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