Vijayanagar Institute of Medical Sciences, Bellary
With 375 marks and OBC category , you might have good chances of getting a seat in government medical collges of Karnataka because according to last year's data , 338 was the lowest cutoff with the closing rank of 134520 for Raichur Institute of medical sciences , Raichur for OBC category , and you have a wide margin. So , there are high chances of getting a seat.
Rest , it depends on each year's cutoff because it changes every year depending on various factors like no. of candidates , difficulty level of exam , etc.
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as both the colleges hold a very great value and you like them equally
you should look at other factors like the distance From your place or the internship opportunities also the fact that how good the faculty Holds in both the colleges
and above all if you still cant Decide just think of visiting the campus
according to the previous year cut off karnataka institute of medical science hubli is better than vims bellary since kims stopped taking admission at the rank of 41,000 for general category whereas vims took admission till the rank of 50,000. Usually good colleges have higher cut off marks and lower cut off rank hence with that perspective kims is better. you can check the data from the link given below.
You are almost at the border line of cutoff for VIMS BELLARY and if there is not much inflation in the cutoff this year then you will get it for sure. Last year the cutoff was around 374.
Check out the college predictor for a clearer idea of which colleges you might get.
Hope that helps!
hi rutuja With your marks there is very less chances to get a seat through
governmwnt quota in most of the states. And this prediction is based on
previous year counselling. You can very well try for management quota.
Your marks are eligible for the same again according to previous year
counselling. All the best
See as per your Marks-348 it is difficult to get a Government Medical Seat even if you have a state quota and another quota if applicable. You should have maintained a score above 550 to be on the safer side.
You cannot get into any government medical college with this mark.
There is very less probability of getting a seat.
At this stage, I will suggest you must use this link to get a fair idea about the colleges both Private and Government you can get as per the score you have received and then plan accordingly.
You may try for private colleges where The rank up to which a college will it will offer a Medical MBBS Seat depends upon the College itself and varies from college to college. You must enquire it from the college you desire to seek admission into.
Some of the low-cost private colleges are
1.Terna Medical College, Navi Mumbai The fees is around 32 lakhs
2.CCM Medical College, Durg The fees is around 43-45 lakhs
3. Raipur Institute of Medical Sciences, Raipur The fees is around 27 lakhs
4. Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore The fees is around 1.5 lakhs
5. Sri Aurobindo Medical College, Indore The fees is around 6-8 lakhs
Some of the good colleges for BAMS are:
Some Private Dental Colleges are:
Let me tell you that you may secure a seat in VIMS with your marks in NEET.You will have more chances than the general category candidates since you have ST reservation and also State quota reservations.However the cutoff changes every year based upon many factors.For MBBS the opening and closing rank maybe in the range of 26400-28000,for BDS in the range 36400-40000,this is with respect to round 1 cutoff for ST candidates.VIMS may also declare round 2 cutoffs for MBBS and BDS.Also it depends upon which course you are interested to pursue.
Use this college predictor link https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor.
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