The admission of BVSC/ AH courses will be through ICAR-IVRI on the basis of NEET entrance Exam score. The Online registration of 1st round counseling has started from 17th August 2019, It is open till 24th August 2019. You can check the further detail with the given below link.
no you cannot get admission in IVRI through NEET. In IVRI admission for M.V.Sc is done on the basis of all india competetive examination conducted by educational division, indian council of agricultural research in new delhi. all the students seeking for admisiion in M.V.Sc should appear in written examination. however last date of application in 2019 was April 10th nad exam was conducted on May 9th of 2019. you missed your chance for this option but don't be disheartened there are various other career option availale for you in biology stream. do consult for further help.
In order to take admission in BVSc and AH course offered by IVRI, Izatnagar this year you need to appear in NEET. In NEET, you will need to get good marks and make it the first counseling list of Veterinary Council of India. Then, you can attend the counseling and choose IVRI for admission.
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The admission of BVSC/ AH courses will be through ICAR-IVRI on the basis of NEET entrance Exam score. The Online registration of 1st round counselling has started from 17th August, 2018, It is open till 24th August, 2018. You can check the further detail with the given below link.
Score good enough and make it in the first couselling list of VETERINARY COUNCIL OF INDIA.
Attend the counselling and opt for IVRI, Izatnagar, UP
hope it helps!!
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