In Karnataka state BAMS 15% all India private college counseling other state students are eligible as per category? if not then Other state students count general in counseling?
Separate states in India follow the policy of state reservation for local candidates in different colleges on the basis of entrance examinations.
In Karnataka, about 85% of the total seats are reserved for their local students and the remaining 15% of seats are available for general counselling through all India quota, where students from different states can apply.
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what would be the fee of AIQ seat bams in Karnataka ,will it be more than state quota seat
To know the exact fee structure of a college you should visit the official website of the college you wish to join because it varies from college to college. And between AIQ quota and State quota seats , mostly there will not be any fee difference. It will be the same.Although there can be exceptions , so it is better to inquire directly regarding it in the college of your choice. An obvious fee difference exist mainly between government colleges and private medical colleges.The average course fees for BAMS course ranges from INR 25,000 to 3.2 lakh per annum.
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What is the exact date of bams mop up round in Maharashtra plz tell us we are waiting for mopup round
The dates of AYUSH counselling for admission into allied medicine courses in the state of Maharashtra are as follows:
AYUSH Mop-Up Round Counselling Schedule
|Commencement of Online Application||19th to 23rd January 2021|
|Payment Facility||Till 24th January 2021|
|Choice Filling||24th January 2021|
|Result||27th January 2021|
|Reporting||28th January to 8th February 2021|
i have got 341 marks in neet 2020 can I got bams goverment aided college in mop up round with obc catagory
what is the way of getting BAMS
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BDS and bams has same duration for completing course ? when their conveccation for 2019 BDS and bams batch? which year complete their course
BDS (Or: Bachelor of Dental Surgery ) degree is one of the most popular and designated degree courses in dentistry in India. This course is one of the most sought-after courses in the medical field, only next to MBBS. It is a 5-year degree program (4 years’ academic education + 1-year mandatory internship). This course can be pursued through full-time and part-time courses.
BAMS (Or: Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery ) is an integrated degree in the medical field, and is specially designed to teach students the systems of the traditional Indian system of Ayurveda. The BAMS is awarded after the completion of 5 years and 6 months’ degree program. This period includes the 4 and a ½ year academic session and one-year internship program with live practical.
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mbbs or bds Or bams Or bhms Or....
To establish an order you need to have some basic criteria like you are thinking in terms of money you earn, the no. of patients you get or while studying the interest you have!
Here actually you cannot compare them with each other though you might as a naive person but it’s not justified.
All these professions have their own essence. They can’t be compared. But if your criteria is to take something because you didn’t qualify for MBBS, it would be a mistake. Frustrated souls don’t make very good professionals so it’s better to wait for a year and try again for something that you are passionate about and not choose a profession you can’t justify in your head. It’ll be injustice to the patients! Think why you wish to take up a medical profession
Priority order of these degrees as per layman's knowledge is
MBBS>BAMS>BDS>BHMS. For your better knowledge.
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Can i get BAMS seat in up govt college at NEET score of 325?
the information stated is for general as well as other category ,as you have not specified your respective category. For candidates belonging to general category they are required to have at least a minimum of 350 marks scored in NEET to get a seat in a government college for BAMS, whereas if the candidate belongs to a specific category such as SC/ST 325 marks are sufficient to help them fetch a seat in a government college.
can i take bams admission in Karnataka i have 47 mark and pcb 230 please reply fast ✌️🥺😭😭
47 marks in which subject ?
You have not mentioned the category you belong to so I am assuming you from general category .
Admission in BAMS is through NEET.
So, to get admission in BAMS you need to be first eligible for Neet.
Neet 2021 eligibility criteria says that, to be eligible one must be either appearing for the class 12th board examination 2021 or one must have passed 12th board examination with physics, chemistry ,biology/biotechnology and English and must have got:-
-) at least 50 % in aggregate of PCB i.e Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology in 12th examination if belongs to general category
-) at least 40% in aggregate of PCB if belongs to Obc/ Sc /stcategory
-)at least 45 % in aggregate of PCB in case of general/ews pwd candidates to be eligible.
assuming you from general category
Your aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology is
=( 1230 / 300 * 100 )%
= 76.6% i. e more than 50% so you are definitely eligible for neet 2021 examination with 12th marks and after qualifying Neet examination you can get admission in bams on the basis of marks or rank obtained by you in NEET .
* to be eligible for neet 2021 one has to be at least 17 years old or more by 31st December 2021
* There is no upper age limit for Neet 2021
* There's no limit for the maximum number of attempts one can appear in NEET.
For detailed information about neet examination eligibility go through our page for which link is provided below; -
Now that you are eligible, and you have limited time left for your neet examination I'll suggest you to focus on your preparation and revision, go through mock test paper sample papers and previous year question papers as it will let you know your preparation level and and weak areas so that you can work on them and perform well in your examination.Now that you are eligible, and you have limited time left for your neet examination I'll suggest you to focus on your preparation and revision, go through mock test paper sample papers and previous year question papers as it will let you know your preparation level and and weak areas so that you can work on them and perform well in your examination.
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for bams how many marks needed
For General Category: 490+ to 400+ For OBC Category: 490+ to 330+ For SC Category: 350+ to 280+ For ST Category: 220+ to 340+
Since the cut off for this year has been increased tremendously and ayurvedic demands has also rapidly increased.
You can refer above cut off
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