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To get admission in Veterinary college , Hebbal , Banglore , do we need to write KCET only or will the marks in NEET will be accepeted ? Can I get admission even after apearing in NEET only ?
Dear candidate Veterinary College Hebbal, Bangalore offers full time five years Bachelor's of Veterinary Science course, affiliated to Karnataka Veterinary Animal and Fisheries University. Now under the Eligibility criteria of the course, you can check that you need to pass your 10+2 from a recognised university and should appear in KCET entrance exam. Go through the link to get the details,
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fees structure of management seat in veterinary college hebbal banglore for bvsc
The Veterinary College, Hebbal has been associated with the Karnataka Veterinary Animal and Fisheries Sciences University since 2004.
It has 11 seats under the 15% All India Quota, out of which 7 are for general category, 1 for UR PH, 2 for SC candidates and1 for ST candidates.
As it is a government institution, it does not have management quota. The fee structure is around INR 60,000 per annum for all candidates.
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my veterinary rank in kcet 2021 is 3266 and i am general 3A can i get hebbal veterinary college
As you mentioned your rank, You have scored 3266 in KCET which is pretty good rank. You have a high chances of getting veterinary seat.
The cut-off for general category students is 50% whereas for other categories it is 45%. However, your rank is good enough to secure a seat through KCET to a veterinary science course. According to previous years cut-offs, the rank for in-house students is closed around 1200. You have high chance to get seat.
I want to join my daughter to B.v.sc veterinary can I get management seat or NRI Quote and what is the payment details
yes, In Veterinary colleges NRI seats are available and are available in both private and government BVSc colleges.
Among 43 government colleges currently 47 institutions in India offer veterinary courses.
There are 15% All India Quota and 85% State quota like MBBS.
For Veterinary colleges, the minimum marks in NEET are 350+ for General category .
Admission are on merit basis, as per your last qualifying exam. So, around 6-8 lakh is the B.V. Sc. course fees (excluding additional charges) per annum for Management Quota, depending on the institution/ University.
You can check more details in the given link
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I got 83/180 in pcb kcet 2021 will I be accepted into a veterinary College?
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As per your expected marks your range would lie between 4501- 5000 but it will mainly depend on the level of question paper number of students appeared and the seats but this rank may differ as it is expected according to the previous year cut off trends
For the the cut off and previous year trends in cut off visit the link below
For the college predictor use the link given below
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