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Hello dear aspirant.
Yes the eligibility criteria for lawcet is 45% minimum in intermediate. Officially you are not eligible to take admission but through management quota you can talk to some private bodies they will tell you some colleges and process.
What I am suggesting you from my side is that you should go for 10+2 again and Score good marks.
Ok good luck
First of all congratulations for the rank you have obtained. Based on the marks you have scored you will definitely be able to make it into any of the above mentioned courses. Therefore you need not worry about it. Make sure to apply and appear for the counselling sessions. For more details kindly go through this link,
First of all congratulations for the rank you have secured. Even though you belong outside Delhi you might have a chances to make it into the best colleges through IPUCET under the other state category quota. Therefore you need not worry about it. Make sure to apply and appear for the counselling sessions.
Hello Alok Singh
For a govt. medical college seat, you have to secure at least 530 (with all India quota) in NEET. 530 is a safe score but it depends on no. of rounds of counselling. Cut off may come down, but still try to secure above 520. Cutoffs vary every year due to category you belong to, marks scored, no of students appearing for the exam and counselling, no of seats in the college, difficulty level of the paper etc. A lot of factors determine the score and rank but on the safer side you need 600+ marks which won't case any problem to you.
Hope it helps you.
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