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In NEET 2020 to get an MBBS seat in Kerala Govt quota, how much average score needed

Sourandhi Saha Student Expert 13th Nov, 2019
The cut off marks varies every year.
In order to get admission in government medical colleges of Kerala, you need to score around 550+. This mark can bring you good government college for MBBS degree. So study well, practice and solve previous years papers, give mock tests.
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other medical courses except mbbs which have good scope in future

Sourandhi Saha Student Expert 12th Nov, 2019
If you are not interested in MBBS, then you can go for BDS or BAMS or BHMS or BPT. You can also go for Bachelor of pharmacy. After completion of the degree, you can practice as a pharmacist. Another course like, b.sc nursing you can do. Considering the future of B.Sc nursing, the course offers high studies as well as various job profiles in different sectors including healthcare and community.
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Aiims bhubaneswar mbbs 2019-20 counseling status as on today

Devraj choudhary Student Expert 12th Nov, 2019

Hii

The counselling for any of AIIMS for MBBS course 2019 has been done before hand. It has been completed by july of 2019. And the counselling for 2020 will be done in july 2020


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How much i have to score in NEET for mbbs college or aiims college.

Apoorva Student Expert 12th Nov, 2019
Hello dear student,
I understand your query dear student but as you have not mentioned your category and I hope you are aware that JIPMER, AIIMS like exams have been scraped off from the shelves that is they won't be conducted separately instead NTA will conduct Neet in 3rd may 2020 . And seats of AIIMS and JIPMER will be merged in neet only . So you can expect slight increase in the competition as need will be the only exam that is going to be conducted nationally for the students who are appearing in medical field. Try to keep your marks above 580 if you are belonging from general category and if from reserved category keep it above 520 to 540 because likewise you will be  on a safer side to gain a seat in any government medical colleges. I hope this was helpful to you.
Thank you
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I got 87.5% in 12th and if i will het 450 in NEET then can i get a medical college for MBBS ?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 12th Nov, 2019


Your 12th marks hold importance only for qualifying you for NEET. They hold no importance or weightage in getting you a Medical seat. For you to secure a seat in MBBS, your NEET score, Category and rank in the merit list matter. Now you haven't mentioned the Category and State you belong to. 450 might get a seat in Private Medical Colleges but for Government Medical Colleges you need much more.

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list of goverment and private medical colleges for mbbs in maharashtra..?

Sharon Rose Student Expert 11th Nov, 2019
Hello Sidheswar,
Here is the list of MBBS government and private colleges in Maharashtra
Government
  • Grant Medical college, Mumbai
  • Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College
  • GS Medical College, Mumbai
  • Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai
  • Rajeev Gandhi Medical College, Thane
  • Byeamjee Jeejeebhoy government medical College and sassoon general hospital and college of nursing, Pune
  • Government Medical College, Miraj
Private
  • Maharashtra Institute of Medical Sciences and research, Lathur
  • KJ sommaiya medical College and research centre, Mumbai
  • Indian Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Jalna
  • Prakash Institute of Medical Sciences and research.
You can see more colleges by clicking the link below
https://medicine.careers360.com/colleges/list-of-mbbs-colleges-in-maharashtra
I hope this is helpful to you.
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in normal case, for open category student, what marks need to secure to get admission for mbbs in maharashtra govt medical collages?

Sharon Rose Student Expert 11th Nov, 2019
Hello Sideshwar,

As there is a huge competition among general category candidates you need to score merit Marks and a decent rank so that you will get a government seat or choice of your college.Considering 2019 seat allotment in Maharashtra NEET candidates who scored 500+ (local candidates) marks have secured seats in government colleges.So it is beneficial if you score above 500 marks as cut off changes every year it may increase or decrease slightly.So aim bigger.Kindly check the below link as it will be helpful for you to know the cut off ranks and cut off marks this year
https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-maharashtra/amp
I hope this is helpful to you.
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hello sir/mam mera nam mintu kumar sharma hai mai bihar se hu maine haryana board se 12th kiya hai 92.6% se .mai lohara (st) cast se hu .mai neet ka paper kis catagary me fill karu st ya obc mere pass st ka certificate v hai .agar me st se fill karu to mbbs councling me koi problem to nhi hoga

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 11th Nov, 2019
If you belong to ST Category, you should fill your Category as ST in the application form. You should fill the Category as per your certificate. Lets say you belong to ST but you fill OBC as your Category, you will lose out on the reservation for both OBC and ST because you do not have OBC Caste certificate as proof and though you have ST Caste certificate, you did not fill it. So you wont get it.
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what cut off is expected in 2020 for mbbs @ govt institutes for gen category candidate? what was the cut off for Baramati Medical in 2019?

Anmol sachdeva 11th Nov, 2019
Hiii Sidheshwar

The expected cutoffs for govt medical colleges in NEET 2020 will be around 590 for AIQ nd around 560-570 for state quota but the cutoff for state quota varies according to the students bt for U.P, Bihar, Rajasthan it will be around 570-580 nd in other states it will be around 550- 570..

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