Doesn't look possible this year brother. The cutoffs have went drastically high this year since you too might be knowing that the number of candidates had increased and also the paper level was called easy comparatively. Even last year 594 was the last person under obc category to get admission in medical colleges in Delhi. You cab try in ESIC Dental College, New Delhi as cutoff last year was 527 for the obc category.
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Based on this score you might have the chance to get NDMC, New Delhi, BSA Medical College for MBBS programme state quota seats. Since it is too late to answer your query, I hope you have checked the seat allotment & also allotted the seat.
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Yes, you can definitely get seat in NDMC medical college under delhi state quota. You didn't mentioned your category so i considered you as an open category student.For getting admission there your marks under general category is 510 in Delhi quota. For non delhi quota it should be above 580. You have good marks. So you will easily get seat.
All the best!
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