As per your question,
Admission to government medical colleges based on NEET is done under two categories-All India quota and state quota.
State Quota is only for those students who have domicile of that state.
Previous year cutoffs for University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi for SC category was:
According to previous years' trend to get Vardhman Mahavir medical college you must score around 650 marks . With Delhi quota you would need around 550 marks.
For UCMS Delhi you would need around 580 marks. With Delhi quota you may get in around 520 marks.
Hello student as this is the first year and so it's not fair to predict things the cut offs may rise and fall. So we should wait and just try to score as much as you can as both of the college you mentioned are prestigious college. As we all know that seats are very limited and admission is directly based on merit rank
Feel free to comment if you have any doubt
These 3 medical colleges offers admission in UG level programs i.e. MBBS and BDS based on NEET scores. The institute is ranked among top medical colleges in India. Candidates need to clear NEET Cut off to participate in counselling sessions for admissions in these colleges.
Maulana Azad Medical College
University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS)
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College
I HOPE THIS WOULD HELP!!
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