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Questions related to NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre and Lata Mangeshkar Hospital, Nagpur
i got 289 marks in neet 2020 can i get admission in this college?
It is very difficult to predict either you will get chance for the admission in government college or not.
Since every year the admission in government college differ according to the cutoff and the difficulty level of the exam and also on the total number of candidates appeared in the exam
According to your marks you can apply in private colleges for mbbs and also for BHMS ,BAMS and BDS.
you have not mentioned the state and Category you are belonging to otherwise I can suggest you accordingly
According to your Mark's you can apply for BHMS it may be a good option for you..
BHMS,Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery is the graduate level course of duration 5.5 years ( including one year internship)
Below is the list of some top private colleges you have chances to get admission into for BHMS
* parul university, vadodara
* maharaja institute of medical science (MIMS),vizianagaram
*Solan Homeopathic medical college & Hospital( SHMCH) , Sloan
* Sophia Homeopathic Medical College(SHMC) , Gwalior
If you want to know about BAMS
BAMS,Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery is the graduate level course of duration 5.5 years ( including one year internship)
You can check the details from below mentioned link
BDS is bachelor of Dental surgery
you can check the details from below mentioned link.
To get the complete list of top colleges you have chances to get admission you can use the below college predictor tool
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It gives you a detailed analysis of the Top college you can apply for which helps you to make correct choise and decision while during the counseling.
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Hope this will help you,
All the very best !!
Sirji, Mbbs ka pvt seat ka full 5 yr ka fees aur cut off kitna hoga?
Can you please let me know which state and which college you are preferring so that i can give you the details of the fee structure.
But for admission into any of the college, you should get a qualifying marks in Neet examination i.e,
|NEET cut off for UR (in marks)||134 marks | equal to 50 th percentile|
|NEET cut off for reserved candidate||107 marks | equal to 40 th percentile|
safe score to get into nkp salve medical college Nagpur Maharashtra domicile general category student government quota seat ?
512 marks equivalent to an ALL INDIA QUOTA rank of 42489 was the previous year cutoff in NKP SALVE medical College Nagpur. Having said this, cutoffs keep fluctuating from year to year as they depend on various factors like number of candidates appearing and also the paper level difficulty, etc. Also this year AIIMS and jipmer are merged into NEET. So predicting safe rank is really tough, but approximately a score above 540-550 maybe will be a safer score.
Refer to the site below to know the cutoffs of all the available colleges of Maharashtra and also to know more about NKP SALVE medical college...
Best wishes. Thank you.
the fees mentioned for MD medicine is for three years or per annum?
Kindly mention the name of the college for which you want to know about the fee of MD medicine so that we can help you with the same. Hope you will reply back
what is ug obc male cut off 2019 of this college and fees
The OBC qualifying cutoff for 2019 of NKP Salve Institute of Medical Science and Research center was the 40th percentile which is approximately 133-107 cutoff score. As per the information I could gather for OBC candidate the fees is upto 3 to 4 lakhs per year.
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