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gmat exam are international yes

Binita Ghosh 29th May, 2022

Yes, CAT, XAT, SNAP are for national colleges & GMAT and TOEFL for international colleges.

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which college is the best for mbbs

ADITYA KUMAR Student Expert 25th May, 2022

Hi


List of some of the top medical colleges in India is given below:-


---------------------) AIIMS Delhi - All India Institute of Medical Sciences:- it is the best Medical College that you can  get in the country for your mbbs , ranked 1 in NIRF

---------------------) Maulana Azad Medical College - MAMC


---------------------) Christian Medical College, Vellore


---------------------) Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore  :- ranked 6th in nirf ranking


---------------------) BHU Varanasi - Banaras Hindu University :- ranked 7th in nirf ranking


---------------------) JIPMER Puducherry - Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate:-  ranked 8th in nirf ranking


---------------------) KGMU - King George's Medical University :- ranked 9th in nirf ranking


---------------------) Kasturba Medical College, Manipal:- ranked 10th in nirf ranking


---------------------) St Johns Medical College, Bangalore:- ranked 13th in nirf ranking


---------------------) Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research, Chennai:- ranked 14th in nirf ranking


---------------------) Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh :- ranked 15th in nirf ranking


---------------------) MMC Chennai - Madras Medical College:- ranked 16th in nirf ranking


---------------------)  Vardhman Mahavir Medical College and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi :- ranked 18th in nirf ranking


---------------------) DPU Pune - Dr DY Patil Vidyapeeth


---------------------) SRM University Chennai - SRM Institute of Science and Technology



To get the complete list of all the top  Medical Colleges, visit our page the link for the same is given below


https://medicine.careers360.com/colleges/ranking

To help you further,

Mbbs admission process is given below :-

----------------) Appear in Neet examination


  • To be eligible for neet one must be either appearing for  12th board examination or should have passed 12th board examination with physics, chemistry ,biology/biotechnology and English and must have got at least  50  % in aggregate of PCB  i.e Physics, Chemistry and Biology /biotechnology in 12th examination  if belongs to general category , or   at least  40%  in aggregate of PCB if belongs to  Obc/ Sc /st category. Also needs to be at least 17 years old. You can get complete eligibility criteria at https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-eligibility-criteria


----------------) Qualify neet examination. Qualifying cut off in neet is given below

  • General :- 50th Percentile

  • OBC:-  40th Percentile

  • SC :-40th Percentile

  • ST :-  40th percentile

To be on the safer side, out of 720 marks, target at least around 580 -630 marks for state quota seats and 650 marks in neet for All india quota seats if you belong to general category. For AIIMS delhi target 705+ if you are a general category student to be on the safer side.


----------------) Participate in neet counselling.


----------------) In the counselling, you can get a seat in a college on the basis of your rank in NEET examination and the category you belong to .


----------------) Then you have to report to the college and get your documents verified.


----------------) After document verification, finally you get admission in the college.


To help you in your neet preparation , we have neet knockout for you for which link is given below :-

https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet


Regards

ADITYA KUMAR

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