Low NEET Score/Cutoff – How to study medicine(MBBS) at govt prescribed lowest fees

December 31, 2019

Welcome to NEETLab – A Free Online Coaching
website for students By this time, you might have calculated your
approximate neet score for 2018 exam. I am happy for the students who have told
high NEET score as their expectation but many of the students have expressed that they
are expecting low NEET score. They are afraid whether they will be able
to get medical seat in government college and study MBBS at an affordable cost. It mainly focus on what students should do
if their NEET score is not close to the cutoff. What if they miss govt quota where tuition
fees ranges from 20000 to 4 lakhs/annum. Should they study medicine under management
quota in self-financing colleges where fees ranges between 19 lakhs to 35 lakhs per annum. What other options are available to study medicine at affordable
cost within the government quota fees. Before we discuss that, Every student should
understand that whatever predictions people are giving now may go wrong. So, you should wait till the counselling is
over. But at the same time, you should have another
plan in case you don’t get the government medical college seat. Let me first give an overview of who can get
medical seat in govt medical colleges. For all india quota, if you cutoff is less
than 575, then your chances of getting seat in government college is less. When it comes to state quota,
For states where there are few govt medical colleges like in case of delhi, haryana, punjab,
jharkhand, rajasthan, 525 neet score may not be enough to get state govt quota seat. But for states where there are more number
medical colleges 425 is enough to get state govt quota seat. Examples are tamilnadu, karnataka, maharastra,
uttarpradesh, westbengal. Again this depends on the quota system availble
in the state. If you want to know how many medical colleges
and how many MBBS seats are available in your state, I am going to show you how to get that
information from the official Medical Council of India website in my next
video. So subscribe to this neetlab youtube channel
and click the bell icon to get notification whenever I upload videos. Lets say your guessed score is not close to
the expected neet cutoff for 2018, you have two options to choose from. The first option is to drop out next year
and use the whole one year time effectively to score
high in the next year NEET examination. Do you know most of the toppers of 2017 exam
were drop outs the previous year. The second option is to study MBBS in private
colleges at the prescribed government fees of Rs 4-6 lakhs/annum. You might be wondering how is it possible
to study medicine at this tuition fees when the private college
fees are in the range of 18 to 30 lakhs/year. Believe me.. There are options available. If you can afford 5 lakhs/annum which is the official fees prescribed by many
state government, you can become doctor for sure. If you require guidance on how to study MBBS
within the govt prescibed fees, send whatsapp request “COUNSEL” to 6382088809. This will be your plan B in case you don’t
get government quota medical seat. If you liked this video, please cheer us know
by clicking the like button. Thanks for watching this video.

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