Admission Quota For OCI - Government & Private Colleges - NEET Last Year Cutoff
What's the quota for admissions for OCI card holders and what was the cut off NEET score for admission into Govt and private colleges last year for OCI students.
There are certain factors that pull non-residents, overseas citizens and Indian-origin persons into the country, such as affordable quality education. NEET or National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test is one of those tests which contribute to accessing quality medical education.
India is split into different States. Every state conducts its own PMT test. But, in every state, appearance in NEET would be considered. Then it is conducted by each state. The curriculum-regulating body called CBSE offers seat quotas in various categories.
15% quota in all government universities:
The students successfully appeared in NEET will be eligible to claim 15 per cent of government medical and dental college seats. It is based on national basis.
85% quota in all private & govt. universities:
Unlike a quota of 15 per cent, 85 per cent will be filled by observing NEET marks in the state's private and government colleges. The score achieved in this examination shall be considered into consideration when conducting admission counseling.
The quota was not earlier intended for OCIs / PIOs / NRIs. But after 2017-18, such international students will be entitled to hold one out of 15 percent of all quota seats in India. For example, on April 18, 2017, the state government released a notice affirming the inclusion of foreign students in the private medical college's 15 per cent institutional or management quota.
You can check here NEET Cutoff of previous year and expected cutoffs.
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