Questions related to Veterinary College, Shimoga
hi sir how much marks to get in cet to join?veterinary there is donation to join ve
The veterinary seats are given through neet since 2017 . The minimum marks you need to score is 500 and above for getting a good college. The last year analysis shows that the vet closing rank was 519 marks.
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can i get free bvsc seat with 90 in kcet n 95 in puc
It keeps on changing every year, it mainly depends on the total number of repeaters and the total number of fresh candidates in that particular year. But for instance i would tell that the minimum marks you require is around 120 - 130 out of 180 and since you are a general merit student so you have to get at least 125 .
how much rank get will select this college in cet
As per the data available for CET-2017, the cut-off ranks for different categories to get admission in B.V.Sc. & A.H. course in Veterinary College, Shimoga were :-
1R : 7170
Now that was 3 years ago. And cut-offs change every year depending on several factors like number of candidates appearing in the exam, total number of seats available, difficulty level of the question paper etc. So, prepare accordingly.
I hope this answer will help you.
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