How many marks are required to score in neet to get a seat in SRM medical college and jawaharlal Nehru medical college belgaum?
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As per your query about marks cutoff.. I would like to tell you it varies every year... It depends on lots of factors like difficulty level of paper and number of students getting that mark etc... It will be different for Government, Private and Deemed medical colleges.... Also it will differ you applying from All india quota 15% or State quota 85%... Cut off of state quota is usually lower than all india quota.... Now in each of these quota its further divided into categories like OPEN/SC/ST/OBC..... Etc..
SRM and JLN both are private medical college. To get a admission in both college you need to score 550+
Hope it helps
Dr Parmanand Agarwal
On general guidelines you must be scoring above 550 to 600 for admission to government medical colleges why the 15% all India quota and a score of 480 to 520 to get into decent government colleges of medical science availing the 85% state quota reservation
So to be on a safer side you should aim for a score of above 5:50 so that you can keep all options open and choose the college which you want to at the subsequent round of counselling
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Hope the idea helps thank you
Aim for a score above 500 to keep yourself on the safer side.
For getting into a government medical college, that too under All India 15% quota, the competition is immense and the cut off scores are only soaring higher up the score board every year. A score above 560 should be your target to have some certainty regarding your selection into any government medical college.
To get into a govt. A score of about 550 would be safe.
All the very best
Hope it helps
The minimum criteria for passing NEET is 50 percentile for General category and 40 percentile for Reservation categories. Percentile is different from percentage
In 2016, when I gave NEET, 50th percentile was around
110-115/720. You also cannot guarantee a medical seat if you cross this mark, since 90% of the candidates will.
After the 1st and 2nd counseling by the state government, for 85% quota the following counselling process is conducted by the respected pvt. colleges apart from self financed colleges.
The above mentioned colleges are private institutions. One needs to apply for that particular college and rank list is based on the applicants. Various factors are to be considered here; fee structure, quality of education since you are paying a hefty amount to study.
In order to get admission into govt. Medical colleges, one must score minimum 530-540. Always aim high
For admission in any college through NEET whether SRM or JLN Belgaun, you need to score atleast 540 marks out of 720.
Work hard and keep motivated
All the best
hi tejaswi, i can tell you about SRM as one of my friend is studying there.you need to clear/pass NEET and get in touch with the management and get through management quota for which the forms will be available after the neet exam. and bear in mind as its a private college the fee would be pretty high. good luck
The eligible marks are usually prescribed by these institutions from time to time. I suggest you have a little patience as the official minimum marks are not yet released for 2018 admission.
thanks and all the best!