Dear Alekhya, now there is no upper age limit for appearing in NEET and there is no cap on no.of attempts as well. So, if you have scored a minimum aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in your 10+2, you are eligible for NEET. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST. If you meet this criteria, you are eligible for NEET.
2018 being the first year for admission into BAMS courses through NEET had cutoffs in the range of 475-560 and above for BAMS courses in government colleges. In 2019 the cutoffs went really high as the number of candidates had increased and also the paper level was called easy comparatively. So they went high as much as 510-515 and above.
Banaras Hindu University had cutoff around 520+ last year. Sorry I'm not thorough with the exact number. But I'll suggest you to score above 550+ to be on the safest of sides and that's not a very tough job if you be dedicated and focused from today itself and start preparing to achieve your targets right from this moment.
Best wishes to you. Thank you.
Dear Mustaq, we do not have 2019 cut offs yet. However in 2018, the cut offs for various Categories have been as follows:
General Category: 366
The cutoff in 2018 for the Unreserved General category for BAMS in SGM COLLEGE OF MAHAGAOB GANDHINGLAJ was around 366 marks. OBC category had cutoff around 240 marks and SC AND ST CATEGORY HAD CUTOFFS AROUND 302 and 234 respectively. The cutoffs in 2019 would have surely increased as the number of candidates had increased and also the paper level was called easy comparatively. But I'm not sure about the exact cutoffs of 2019. So the better option if you are targeting this college for the year 2020, would be to go par 350-400 to ensure you seat in this particular college.
Best wishes. Thank you.
The admission to BAMS course is done through NEET. The cut-off imprints will differ as per the kind of school. For Government Colleges, the cut off will be 420+ for general competitors and 400+ for OBC applicants. For semi-government schools, the cut off will be 400+ for general and 360+ for OBC.
NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) is a national level restorative assessment composed by the NTA.
NEET 2020 Expected Cut Off.
Category Minimum Qualifying Percentile Cut-off Marks
SC-PH 40th Percentile 119-107
ST-PH 40th Percentile 119-107
OBC-PH 40th Percentile 119-107
NEET Cut off 2019: National Testing Agency (NTA) has discharged NEET 2019 Cut off on June 5, 2019, alongside the statement of result. The cutoff score is the base imprints required to qualify the therapeutic selection test.
NEET 2016 Cutoff.
Category Marks Range No. of Candidates
SC and PH 209-130 75
ST and PH 213 - 118 23
All the very best!!
Hello Fenal Trivedi
The 50 percent eligibility criteria is calculated through the final score., ie, from the total of the 100 marks. These marks includes theory as well as practical. So yes, the eligibility criteria does include the practical marks.
Hope it helps you.
The required cutoff varies for different categories and from college to college. As you have mentioned that you belong to general category, you should have a minimum score of 450 and above to get a BAMS course in decent colleges. If you manage to get this score you might have a chances to make it into many of the colleges for BAMS.
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