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Admission is given on the basis of Rank and 12th marks. One needs to appear in NEET as they consider the rank scored in NEET. Minimum marks (in 12th) to be eligible to sit in counselling are 50%( in physics chemistry biology). One need to fill the college form from their website.
In medical college there is no such things as placement. Mostly students are planning to go for further studies. But yes some college do provide internship at a reputable place. Internship are paid and mostly students get around 3-4k/month.
The college offers admission into its MBBS program based on NEET rankings. NEET cut-off refers to the minimum rank that candidates are required to secure in NEET to be eligible for admission into the college. NEET cut-off score of individual medical colleges is released after publication of NEET Results. I scored 456 in NEET and was able to get into this colege.
Placement is not a proper word for dental students. Dentistry is a field where we create our own opportunities, if u can work hard,and you have a fare amount of working brain,you can always win the race. The college provides internship with monthly stipend around 10,000. Internship is very helpful for the junior doctors for their entrance exam preparation. They have to do some clinicals in internship.
Coming to pros and cons;Yenepoya is good when it comes to academics and we expect few college events to happen a year other than renaissance.As far as we College students are concerned fee fests and events will add color to our college life.
The college overall, its good.The environment is peace and ambient and cheerful.Its so cool with all the infrastructure and design and all the facilities in the college.Its one of the best college i feel.
A reaction Mechanism is the sequence of some simple steps that lead to a chemical reaction. At times when more than two steps get involved the reaction gets complicated. The slowest steps out of all determine the final reaction. The last step is the slowest it does not make a huge difference but if
Chemical Equilibrium is one of the common terms when it about Chemistry. This chapter holds a significant weightage of almost 4-5% and different styles of questions are asked in NEET. Like direct questions on reactions or sometimes questions required to be solved using formulas. Also Check NEET Chem
NEET Chemistry syllabus is segmented into 3 parts including Organic, Inorganic, and Physical Chemistry. The chapters included in the exam are based on the question asked in class 11th and 12th. Check NEET Chemistry Syllabus Organic Chemistry holds a weightage of 4% and different kinds of question
Kinematics is the sector of mechanics that defines the motion of points, systems, or objects. The Kinematics in NEET is approximately 3 to 4% and students can also imagine direct questions from the section which makes it one of the best scoring topics. To very useful students in their preparation, w
NEET Chemistry syllabus has broadly classified into 3 categories – Physical, Organic, and Inorganic. This subject can be considered as the scoring out of the other subjects, which can help the candidates to achieve a standing position in the all India entrance exam. NEET Study Notes for Basic
NEET Study Notes for Coordination Compounds will help candidates to understand important topics like ligands and their formulas, Werner theory, etc. The weightage of this chapter is around 6.70% in the NEET examination that means candidates can expect around 3-4 questions from this chapter. Check NE
Physics is viewed as the toughest among the three subjects of NEET. However, a good position can be considered typically when a candidate scores over 140 marks in physics for which he/she needs to attempt around 40 questions with a high accuracy rate. To score well in this segment of NEET 2021, stud
IUPAC and Isomerism are the widely used terms when it comes to Chemistry and to be specific it is organic chemistry. Classification and IUPAC nomenclature of organic compounds, types of organic compounds are some of the important topics. The weightage of this section is around 4% in NEET examination