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    BHMS cutoff details of current year and last year


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    DI need the details for "BHMS" cut off of last year and current year. What is the last cutoff marks in Tamil Nadu. I need these details.
  • #152669
    The cut - off points for the aspirants for BHMS during 2017- 18 for the NEET examination was 400 for the general category and for OBC the cut off was 350.
    However, in the current year, scoring of the aspirants declined sharply and for the general catogoes opting for BHMS, it was as less as 320 and for OBC it was fixed as 270.
    Such scoring system reflect the lack of perception in the core subjects for which they appeared. There had been some instances where an aspirant having scored zero in Chemistry could secure a seat in the NEET test.
    The same case could have been with BHMS category in the NEET examination of the current year.

  • #152671
    The cut off for the year 2017 is 400 for unreserved seats and 350 for OBC. The cut off for the year 2018for general candidates is 320.
    However this will be varying from year to year. You have to concentrate on the subject and understand the subject better.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #152672
    Most of the states are following the NEET score for admission to BHMS.

    In 2017, the cutoff for BHMS through NEET was 400 and 350 for general and OBC categories respectively. This can change year to year depending upon the relatives shift in the level of question papers as well the average caliber of candidates.

    During 2018, this cutoff came down to 320 and 270.

    Tamilnadu has taken exemption from this NEET requirement for BHMS and has its own entrance exam for it. So the NEET score will not be helpful there. One has to appear in that entrance exam only.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #152673
    BHMS cutoff details of current year and last year?

    You will not get the true figures, all you will have is the estimates made by the education sites.

    This is the first time NEET is being used as the benchmark or mandatory test to be considered for admissions in BAMS and BHMS.
    So, there would be a wide variation in the estimates also.

    Also, the cut off is the minimum marks needed. There would be many candidates above this, hence the competition at the top levels, hence we have a good score (that is often misquoted by many as cut off).

    So, there are two figures

    1. one is the good score that will enable you to have a realistic chance of getting a seat( in the Government colleges)

    2. the other is the minimum or cut off to pass the NEET and be eligible to be considered for admission.(this would be important for getting admission into private colleges)

    Based on the above we have two values for NEET 2018
    1.The NEET good score of 400 for general and 350 for reservation category is for MBBS and BDS.
    2. The NEET cut off score is 119 out of the 720 general and 96 for one of the reserved category.

    Based on the above we have two values for NEET 2017
    1.The NEET good score of 400 for general and 350 for reservation category is for MBBS and BDS.
    2. The NEET cut off score is 131 out of the 720 general and 107 in a reservation.

    For your BHMS admission, if you have a score of around 350-360, then you have a chance to get admission in a Government college. If even if your score is below 200 but above 119, then you would still have a chance to get admission in a private college based on the fees you can afford.

    This link has the good colleges in Tamilnadu listed https://www.tnmgrmu.ac.in/index.php/affiliated-colleges-institutions/bhms.html
    This is the application form (https://www.tnmgrmu.ac.in/images/Application-forms/Indian-medicine-homoeopathy/ugregindmed.pdf)
    Contact details for one of the universities (https://www.tnmgrmu.ac.in/index.php/contact-us.html).

    I suggest, keep the necessary documents ready, contact the colleges individually for admission process as a private candidate, aim for a government college admission, if not then go for a private college enrollment.

    Also, please be careful about paying money, there are many reports from Karnataka, wherein students are duped of their money by fraudsters promising a medical seat.


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