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hi I want to ask that how many marks to achieve in neet with haryana DOMOSILE And how many need to get from delhi for schooling from Delhi
Neet is a combined medical entrance exam conducted by NTA.
Eligibility include 12th PCB stream student with total aggregate of
To get a good Government College , you should target a score of 580+ /720
SC/ST/OBC CUT OFF MARKS
137-108 NEET 2021
146-113 NEET 2020
133-107 NEET 2019
Category Cut-off Percentile of NEET UG .
General Category 50th Percentile
OBC 40th Percentile
SC 40th Percentile
ST 40th Percentile
Total marks 720
Syllabus - Physics , Chemistry , Biology of standard 11th and 12th
Wishing you all the very best .
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howmuch fees of 3 year llb course?
To start off I'd say that there's no certainty in fee for llb it's highly variable based on the college you choose or the university you choose. But generally speaking the fee ranges somewhere from 22,000 to 2 lacs in indian rupees. This doesn't include extra charges like hostels and others.
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The college has a rich library with over 20,000 titles. The library subscribes to over 16 law journals/law reports/law magazines. The library has internet facilities with access to databases. The library is automated with the installation of SOUL 0.2 Software.
The college has sports facilities for all students.
The college has an excellent IT Infrastructure facility for the students.
The college has an auditorium facility for events and seminars.
The college has moot court facility.
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