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Medicine and Allied Sciences (M.B.B.S.)
Medicine and Allied Sciences (M.D.)
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Best medical college in Bangalore
(Rank 29th in Public/Govt.)
Questions related to Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre, Bangalore
i got 508 marks in neet 2020 and im a non karnataka student can i get seat in vydehi institute of medical sciences under open category
based on your NEET 2020 scores the chances for you to secure a seat in Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences is less, however there are several other colleges that you are eligible for a seat,
- JSS Medical College, Mysore
- K.S. Hegde Medical Academy, Mangalore
- Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar
- Amrita Viswa Vidyapeetham, Kochi
- Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore
- MGM Medical College, Navi Mumbai
- BVMC, Mumbai
For further details on other colleges that you are eligible in kindly visit the link given below.
To predict your expected NEET 2020 Rank, click on the link provided below.
can i join in this college neurology course privately
The admissions to the college that you have tagged are done on the basis of NEET Score. If you don't have a good score but you qualify the NEET cutoffs , soyou can also get admission in neurology course via management quota
To know more about the admission process at Vydehi institute for neurology course , follow the given link:
I expect 440 marks in NEET 2020. Can i get admission in this college through govt seat? I dont live in karnataka.
With 440 marks, you may get a rank between 90825-99323. You can check it here https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-result-marks-vs-rank
Since you did not mention your category, I am assuming you are of general category.
Based on previous year cut off, it is difficult to get a seat in Karnataka under its private medical quota seat for outside students. Last year it closed around a rank of17839 for MBBS OPN seats. However you can get BDS private seat in Karnataka, since the cut off for OPN seats was around a rank of 252870. You can also get a management quota medical and dental seat in Deemed Universities through All India Counselling for Deemed Universities. Keep in mind that cut off changes every year.
To get a list of colleges in which you can get a MBBS/BDS seat, you can use NEET College Predictor https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?icn=QnA&ici=qna_answer
what is the cutoff of VIMS for OBC through AIQ
In 2019 following has been the cut-offs for different categories for Vardhaman Institute of Medical Sciences, Nalanda through AIQ;
Cut-offs change every year and based on various factors like top NEET score, difficulty level of paper, number of candidates appearing etc.
You can use our NEET College Predictor to know more about admission possibilities in various colleges;https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?icn=QnA&ici=qna_answer
minimum neet score to get admission
Hello student ,
The minimum neet score to get admission is to qualify the cut off which is used to change every year because of many factors like increase ir decrease in the number of candidates appeared for the exam every year and also on the toughness of the exam . So for NEET 2020 if you are expecting your marks around 150 for general category or more than that then only you will be only in safe zone to get the admission but you will get only private colleges of low grade if you want to get good or government college then you need to score more then 500 marks in neet entrance exam .
Hope this information will help you !
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