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Questions related to Nalanda Medical College and Hospital, Patna
would be I able to take admission directly for under graduation without any exam?
Yes there are many under graduate course in which you can directly take admission without giving any exam ,but here the thing is you have not mentioned in which particular course you are interested so i cannot say anything now ,some college also conducte their own entrance exam but it may vary for different type of courses
If you want the proper information please mention your course as well as in which college you are interested.
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What are the procedures to resign after taking admsn in NMCH ,Patna alloted to me in 1st round of state UG counselling? Please help
Hi Kumar Hardik,
As far as I know there is an option of upgradation when you are allocated a college and you select to take admission in it.
If you are alloted NMCH Patna, then opt for upgradation while accepting the seat and taking admission so that in further subsequent rounds you can get a better college if you clear the cut off.
I hope this information helps.
All the best.
Admission Sir i have scored 400 marks nd i belongs to sc category from bihar is there any chance to get mbbs seat in nalanda college .
With a score of 400 in SC category, you have chances of procuring a seat in the nalanda medical college when comparing the results of previous years. Last year, a minimum score of 407 was required to fetch one a seat in the college in SC category under the state quota. Also one thing to keep in mind is that scores and ranks vary each year with difficulty level of the question paper and availability of seats. However you can go through the following link to know about the cut off's and ranks for the previous years and calculate your chances of selection
I expect the scored of 470 marks in neet 2019 can i get an admission in nmch under 85% state quota??? I m a patna origin student
You didn't mention your category here. I advice you to mention it in any further queries so that we can help you in the best way possible.
Looking at the previous year statistics, the cutoff marks for NMCH in state quota in the year 2018 were as follows:
- 537 marks for unreserved category,
- 539 for OBC,
- 407 for SC and
- 455 for ST
Though the cutoff last year went down as compared to the statistics of year 2017 but nothing can be said for this year yet.
See, there are a lots of factors that decide cutoff for admission to any institution. It depends on the difficulty level of the exam, number of students appearing for the same etc.
Until the results are out you can predict your rank by using this rank predictor.
Hope this helps you out.
Feel free to ask any further queries. We are here to help you.
2019 ke lie GNM ka form kb se apply hoga
Heyy Abhiranjan Kumar ......
Can you be please a bit more specific regarding your question , because the exam of GNM is state wise and you'll have to tell your state first. It will help us to provide you with the precise and accurate information regarding the question.
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