As you have mentioned that your neet score is 364 marks. But you haven't mentioned your category, nevertheless, it is very difficult to determine cut off marks for any colleges in a state before exams beacuse it depends on sevral factors.If you look at the trends of the cut off scores over the last 2 years, you'll understand that the cut off scores have only increased with time.
For private colleges try to score 370+ and for government colleges try to score 430+
It is not so easy to predict your rank beacuse it is changing every year.
Since, the admission to Bachelors of Ayurveda Medicine (BAMS) will be done on the basis of NEET result 2019, as stated by the Ministry of AYUSH. Therefore, candidates appearing for NEET 2019 can also apply for BAMS courses through state quota seats.
As similar to MBBS/BDS, candidates who wish to pursue BAMS must secure the minimum qualifying percentile and their corresponding marks in NEET 2019 to be considered qualified. General category candidates must secure 50th percentile, while 40th percentile is for SC/ST/OBC aspirants.
Read the article on All about BAMS to know the details of admission process and colleges.
I hope this would help you. For further queries please feel free to write me down in the comment box.