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What were the last marks which got Admission in PIMS JAlandhar under State Quota Genrel? And How many Seats are available for the same
Punjab institute of medical sciences Jalandhar have 41 seats under state quota for general category
and the last cut off score was 507, i hope this information is relevant to your question .
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total fee according to new govn. policy
I suppose you are asking about MBBS fees at Punjab institute of medical sciences,Jalandhar
Fees structure as on 06/06/2019 mentioned on their official website is:
1st year - Rs 1,10,000(both semester 1 and 2) -Government quota, Rs.3,30,000(both semester 1 and 2) -Management quota
2nd year - Rs 1,21,000(both semester 3 and 4) -Government quota, Rs.3,63,000(both semester 3 and 4) -Management quota
3rd year - Rs 1,33,100(both semester 5 and 6) -Government quota, Rs.3,99,000(both semester 5 and 6) -Management quota
4th year - Rs 1,46,410(both semester 7 and 8) -Government quota, Rs.4,39,000(both semester 7 and 8) -Management quota
5th year - Rs 3,22,102 -Government quota, Rs.9,66,306 -Management quota
cut off 2019 Punjab institute of medical sciences jalandhar
Punjab institute of medical sciences Jalandhar offers 50% seats, which are allotted to the Punjab state candidates under the Punjab state medical counselling. The seat matrix is given here for the year 2019. Which means those Punjab state quota 50 seats are reserved under the following categories such as:
Open – 41, SC – 19, BC – 08, Handicapped – 04, Defence – 1, PP – 01, FF – 01.
NEET 2018 Punjab State Quota Cutoff
- GN / UR / Open – General / Unreserved / Open
- PAP / PP – Punjab Police And Punjab Home Guards
- BC – Backward Classes
- DF – Defense Personnel
- FF – Freedom Fighters
- SC – Scheduled Castes
- Handi – Handicapped Persons
- JK – Jammu & Kashmir
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