I got admission in mahindra ecole central Hyderabad..will it be better to leave IIIT vadodara and take mec Hyderabad?
I am scoring 559 marks and have less chances of gmc ..I want to ask if I take addmission in private medical college will I be able to give exam next year even if I had taken addmission in mbbs in private college this year..will I be able to leave that college ?
Your profile suggest that your domicile state is Punjab
You have not mentioned the category you belong to, so I am assuming you from general category
It's quite difficult to predict that whether you will get seat or not as cut off marks/rank for medical colleges keeps changing every year depending upon various factors like number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks obtained by them , toughness level of the examination etc.
But when we go through previous data then it suggests that with 559 marks, you hold a chance to get a seat in a Government Medical College
in neet 2019, 518 marks for general category was the cut off marks to get a seat in Government Medical College under Punjab State quota and it was for Guru Gobind Singh Medical College and Hospital, Faridkot
You also have chances in following Government Medical College under State quota:-
*Government Medical College, Amritsar
*Government Medical College, Patiala
you have chances for admission in Government Medical College you don't need worry thinking about admission in a private medical college , be optimistic.
But yes, just to answer your question , even if you take admission in a private medical college you are eligible for taking admission next year by qualifying Neet examination in any other Government Medical College
Above prediction is on the basis of past year data but cutoff keeps changing depending upon many factors as mentioned earlier, so to have a better picture of the college in which you have chances and
to get the complete list of colleges in which you have chances, you can go through our college predictor at
It gives you a personalized report with top college in which you have chances for admission , with the help of predicted colleges you can make better choice while filling your choices of colleges during your counselling
I have this query regarding counseling If I appear for all India quota and in first round I get a college but I dont want that so can I leave that college and instead of going for second round can Ieave the second round and go for state counseling directly after that?
Yes, you can exit from the seat which you have taken in first round and then apply for second round directly. You will have to register for the second round of state quota counselling round before it starts. But, if you have registered for first round of state quota counselling, then you need not register for second round.
It is advisable to keep the seat that you have got in first round as a backup, till you get a better seat in the next round you are appearing for. But, note that, once you confirm a seat in second round, you cannot leave that seat.
when do we have to pay the security deposit during the state counselling of haryana and karnataka? And how much is the security deposit of karnataka? Will it be refunded if we leave it?
The registration for the NEET counselling process is about to begin by 27th October. First you will have to register through the official website of MCC, after registering you have to make the payment. The security amount differs with the type of college you are applying for , for AIQ/Central University it is Rs. 10000 and for Deemed university it will be Rs. 2,00,000 , the amount will vary also depending on the category.The payment should be done through online mode . Once the registration is done, you may log in and start choice filling.
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All the best
hi I got 337871 air can I get admission in sdm college for bnys pls answer Im from gen category is there any benefit in participating in counseling process or should I leave this counselling pls tell me
If a final year student cracks CAT Or other MBA exams, Can he leave his classes of final year and start his mba classes?
Basically all the MBA colleges accept final years after there completion of there graduation, if you leave graduation in between then you wont get a certificate for that and you cant move to another college. So you need to complete the graduation first and then if you cracked any MBA exams then you can proceed for it from the next new session which will be starting from either June or August.
Eligibility for MBA-
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline be it technology, science, commerce, humanities, etc, from any recognized University or Institution of National importance.
Minimum percentage required in graduation degree is 50% as prescribed by most of the Universities/Institutes.
Final year candidates can also apply to apply for an MBA, but they have to provide their final graduation certificate within a specified time duration.
I want to do Bsc phy hons from DU, I took admission in SGTB khalsa in 1st cut off, I might get Kirorimal in 3rd cut off. Should I leave Khalsa and go for KMC?
Yes, you can do that as per your preferences. Many students change their college one to two times just to be in a better college or to get their desired course.
Since kirorimal is one of the top colleges of Delhi University, you should grab a chance to secure a seat there. More better is the college, more better will be the exposure.
Good luck and thanks
My daughter is studying in Bangalore from kindergarten till 8th grade in ICSE. I am getting job transfer opportunity to Dubai. I am confused as to whether to take my family with me or leave them in India. Many say that my daughter will not be eligible for general quota of CLAT or NEET.
I'll begin answering your question by first including some basic information regarding citizenship and eligibility of a candidate to appear in exams like CLAT OR NEET.
Firstly, if you obtain a citizenship of UAE while working in Dubai then you and your family would be considered as Foreign Nationals (India has no provision for multiple citizenships so you and you family will not be official citizens of India).
If you simply work outside of India on a work Visa then you'd be considered as NRI's or Non resident Indians.
This information is relevant if you are planning to get your daughter admitted in an Indian university after her schooling is done. (assuming that she would complete her school abroad)
1) CLAT - All the major NLU's in India reserve seats for 2 extra category of students
(a) Foreign Nationals - who DO NOT have to appear for CLAT and can directly apply for admission through an NLU's website and their high school performance will be considered for admission. (for ex. NALSAR, 2nd ranked NLU, has 24 reserved seats for foreign national students), please keep in mind that the tuition fee for such students is also considerably high (it is a way for NLU's to generate more income)
(b) NRI Sponsored: This is not for NRI students but for those students studying in India who have 1st or 2nd degree family members living abroad as NRI's (only as NRI's not full citizens of the country in question). Such students DO HAVE TO appear for CLAT, naturally since they live and study in India but they get an additional NRI Sponsored category rank apart from their national rank. NRI sponsored students also have to pay higher fees and all major NLU's have some seats reserved for such candidates
[For more information about these reserved seats you'll have to check respective websites of NLU's offering them]
2) NEET - Until 2017, candidates who were foreign nations or NRI's or OCI's (overseas citizen of India) were EXEMPT from appearing for NEET exam to apply for admission in MBBS OR BDS courses in India (they could apply directly based on their school marks). After a Supreme Court Directive however, all such students studying and residing outside of India HAVE TO appear for the NEET exam and clear it with a national rank to be eligible for admission.
This change gives rise to a few problems:
- NRI or Foreign National students find it hard to compete with Indian students because of difference in syllabus, lack of proper coaching classes, difference in exposure during schooling etc.
The admission process itself becomes hectic as the student has to apply and get admission with different set of documents, results and ID proofs because schools abroad have different marking schemes and things like that.
If your daughter rejoins an Indian school (at least for the board years of 11th and 12th) then I do not think why it would be an issue for her to appear in national entrance exams as a general category student. She can very well study abroad for a couple years if you plan on returning to India before her High School.
Still reading? Well, thank you for your patience so far. Now, talking about pros and cons from a personal point of view:
1) It is extremely hard for a student to go through so many shifts in study patterns. In your case your daughter has to change her study pattern from ICSC board to that of a school in Dubai (actually there are many Indian pattern schools in Dubai which can solve this problem) to that of a National level entrance exams which, arguably, CBSE students find much closer to their comfort zone.
2) If your plan is to ultimately get your daughter to study in an Indian university then it is humbly advisable to let her continue her education in India itself for the sake of uniformity and exposure.
3) Otherwise, if your daughter does get to experience school and studies outside of India then you can probably plan for her to carry on her education overseas throughout. She can very easily avoid the hassle and overactive competition of Indian entrance tests and prepare herself for under graduation outside the country (for ex. she could appear for SAT's to get admitted to universities in the USA after her schooling)
All in all, it all depends on your planning for the future and for your daughter's career for which I wish you and her the best of luck.
It was a long answer (so please ignore any mistakes in there) but I do hope it helped clear your stance a little if not completely.