In Maharashtra neet counselling if I take admission in first round and simultaneously in karnataka counselling first round I get St.Johns medical college can I cancel the admission from the maharashtra med. college,will I get back the fees and my documents within a few days.
According to NTA rules, if you get a college in the first allotment, you can still sit for the second counseling. But if and when you get admission or a seat allotted in the second counseling, the seat in your first college is automatically canceled. Although you get the documents back, the fee that you pay for the counseling is NOT returned.
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is st johns medical college Bangalore deemed university
Regarding your query, St. Johns Medical College Bangalore is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of health sciences, Bangalore.
It is privately owned and is consistently rated amongst the best colleges for medicine in the country. (ranked 14th in 2019)
You can find more information about it through this link:
should i apply to st johns medical college under all india counseling or state counseling ? i belong to telangana state
Hello dear student
For take admission in MBBS seats in this College you should register for the counseling which is conducted by state athority of Karnataka. Please read the article you can understand steps by step.
For Undergraduate Courses (MBBS):
The candidates have to apply and appear for NEET UG Exam for MBBS.
After appearing the examination the aspirants have to fill an application form for the Counselling process conducted by the Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA).
Candidates have to appear for a common counselling process conducted by Karnataka Examination authority ( KEA ).
Final admission will be based on the marks secured means According to cutoff of College in NEET UG, performance in counselling process for seats booking and fee payment.
Please visit the link for more information.
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what are the minority types under roman catholic at st johns medical college
I am listing the minority groups under Roman Catholics that will exercise reservation in St.Johns Medical College.
The eligibility criteria for seat matrix distribution:-
- Category 1: All India General Open Merit, includes all Indian Nationals irrespective of gender, religion, caste, community, region, or any such affiliations.
- Category 2: Institutional Staff Quota includes children of the permanent staff of St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences who has served the Institution for ten continuous years or more.
- Category 3: Roman Catholic Christian Religious Sisters (Nuns), Brothers, Priests includes Professed Religious Women and Men who are members of Religious Congregations in India recognized by the Roman Catholic Church and Priests incardinated to Roman Catholic Dioceses of India.
- Category 4: Roman Catholic Christian Tribals includes Roman Catholic Christians who are members of recognized Tribal Communities.
- Category 5: Roman Catholic Christian Dalits includes Roman Catholic Christians who are members of recognized Dalit Communities.
- Category 6: Native (local) North Indian Roman Catholic Christians includes all Roman Catholic Christians who are neither Tribals (Category 4) nor Dalits (Category 5) and who are NOT members of the South Indian States of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Goa, Puducherry, Maharashtra and Gujarat, and who are NOT migrants or descendants of migrants to North India from the afore-mentioned South Indian States.
- Category 7: Roman Catholic Christians of Karnataka State includes all Roman Catholics Christians who have a domicile in the State of Karnataka as per the KEA criteria.
- Category 8: Roman Catholic Christians - All India Open Merit includes all Roman Catholic Christians of India who do not come under the reserved categories 2, 3,4,5,6, 7, and 9.
- Category 9: Differently-Abled Roman Catholic Christians include those Roman Catholic individuals with locomotor disability of lower limbs as specified by MCI norms.
For more information you can visit the article below:-
Do consider using the NEET college predictor. It can help you to find better college options.
All the best!
In Neet UG Maharashtra Counselling if I get Terna Medical College in first round and I wish to take admission in St Johns Medical College, Bangalore in second round of Karnataka counselling, can I cancel admission taken in Terna and will I get the admission fees back or will there by any penalty.
Usually the governing body gives a window of about a week or so in between the allottment of seat and date of reporting to the college. If that time gap is present and you get enough time to attend the counselling in bangalore, and get the college of your choice, the other seat in Maharashtra might be reverted to the state itself. But if you take admission in maharashtra, that seat is taken what so ever and then you will have to pay the full fees for the entire coarse.
I am from Maharashtra(RC chrisitian) and I wish to apply for MBBS at St.Johns Bangalore which is affliated with rajiv gandhi unversity.So while applying for eligibility certificate I came across a column-Name Of Board[UG/name of college and university(PG)] so what should I fill in here.
You have to put non applicable (NA) or leave the columns blank.
These columns are to be filled if you have any bachelors degree like bsc in botany etc.
You can use careers360 college predictor to know the colleges you can get at your NEET score:- https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?icn=QnA&ici=qna_answer
can I get into st johns medical college through AIQ with a score of 608 in neet 2020. I am a resident of kerala and is a muslim minority
St. john's is a private institution. Since you have a score of 608, you can definitely expect a seat under open category which is open for all india. But mind you there are only 10 seats for it. However, with these marks you can apply for Govt medical colleges within Kerala as you will have advantage of state quota there.
If you are really interested, you can apply in St. john too as the previous year cut off went 600+ for open category students. Having said that, please note that the cut off varies each year by the seat matrix and the number of students appearing.
I would recommend you to try our college predictor for finding out a college suitable for you here: https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?icn=QnA&ici=qna_answer
Hope this helped...
Good Luck !!
can I get into st johns medical college banglore with 608 marks through AIQ. I am from muslim minority and a kerala resident
Based on previous years cutoff of the college and your ranking , chances of you getting the St. Johns Medical College are slim. But you can look into other great colleges since your rank is great. You can use the careers360 neet college predictor to get a prediction of colleges based on your ranking. Find the link attached below
Neet rank predictor-
my self christian minority from karnataka ,my neet score is 498 ,will i get mbbs seat in st johns bangalore
In St. Johns Bangalore there are only 150 seats for MBBS. And the cut-0ff score is 528 and the rank is 34157 for general category. As your NEET score is 498. Your Overall Percentile is: 95.98 - 96.48 and when it comes to rank, your Predicted Rank is : 53393 - 65543 . Also depends upon last years cut-off.
Use this to predict the colleges by using this predictor link:
Check this out for seat matrix:
So you can predict your rank by using the NEET rank predictor:
My neet 2020 score is 534 I am from bihar and want to admission in st. john medical college.Can I get admission how it will what should I do and fee structure.
The total seats in St John medical college is 150.Out of which only 10 seats are filled through AIQ(15%) and remaining seats are reserved for Roman Catholic Christian Tribals and state quota.Based on your score your rank will be nearly 34000 and your chances are less as last year the closing rank was 3448 for All India Merit.The fees structure is around 6 lakh per year including all the fees-refundable+non-refundable+tuition fees+admission fees.
To know in which college you have better chances based on your NEET score you can click below