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sir , what is the extra benefit of taking m.b.b.s. course in odisha in govt. college under 15% all india quota instead of state quota????(AIPMT)

sir , what is the extra benefit of taking m.b.b.s. course in odisha in govt. college under 15% all india quota instead of state quota????(AIPMT)

Grade:12th pass

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Sumreet Johar State University of New York,Stony Brook, USA
askIITians Faculty 30 Points
7 years ago
Hi

As per my understanding, at the time of admission State Quota has more seats (85%) as compared to All India Quota under AIPMT (15%). So, there might be higher chances of securing seat through State Quota. However, this also depends on reservation system as it is different for All India and a particular state and your perfromance in the test. But once you get admission into the college either through State Quota or All India Quota, it does not matter. After that, you just have to study for your MBBS course whether you joined through State Quota or All India.

Also, read the following:

1) AIPMT shall provide All India as well as State wise merit list of the eligible candidates on the marks obtained in the AIPMT.
There will be two rank lists for AIPMT qualified students as (i)National Rank: A student can use National Rank to take admission in any of the AIPMT affiliated MBBS colleges in India. (ii)State Rank: A student can use State Rank to take admission in any of the affiliated colleges in the state from here he/she has done class XI & XII or holds a domicile.
The AIPMT guidelines require that 85% of the MBBS seats in the medical colleges across the state be reserved under the state quota. The remaining 15% remain open to candidates from other states.

2)Admission under 85% state quota seats in Govt. medical colleges shall be subject to reservation policy and eligibility criteria prevailing in the State/Union Territory as notified by the respective State/UT from time to time.

3)No state eligibilitycriteria will be applicable the students who take admission under15%All India Quota Scheme.

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