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ISS EduNews: JEE Advanced 2022 Results declared – check here

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 Posted: 11-Sept-2022

Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2022 Results

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The results of the Joint Entrance Exam, (JEE) Advanced, have been declared today (Sunday).

The registered candidates can check their results by entering their registration number, date of birth and mobile number on https://jeeadv.ac.in


A total of 1,55,538 candidates appeared in both papers 1 and 2 in JEE (Advanced) 2022.


This year, the exam was held in 577 centers in 124 cities.


The qualified candidates can register for Architecture Aptitude Test (AAT) from September 11, 2022, 10 am IST to September 12, 5 pm.

Along with this, the JEE Advanced 2022 result has also been notified to students through a text message on the registered mobile numbers.

With the declaration of IITB JEE Advanced 2022 result, candidates can check the details on All India ranks, scores, category-wise rank and more.

JEE will release the complete list of candidates who appeared in the exam, along with the name of the topper, with all the ranks.

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Top Government Medical Colleges in India with ranking | No of seats and MBBS course fees | NEET cut-off score for MBBS Admission 


Top Government Medical Colleges in India with ranking | No of seats and MBBS course fees | NEET cut-off score for MBBS Admission

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You all are aware that to be eligible for MBBS Admission in India you have to qualify through NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) and achieve a minimum cutoff score to get admission in that respective Medical College.

Apart from ranking of top Govt Medical Colleges, we will provide in this post some very important data such as minimum NEET cut off-score 2022 for MBBS admission in these top Public Medical Colleges (Govt. Medical Institutions) in India, total and yearly MBBS course fees, number of MBBS seats available in these Government  Medical colleges and more.  

Also Read: Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2022 Results declared today 

The ranking given here are as per the latest data provided by NIRF (National Institutional Ranking Framework), Ministry Education, Govt. of India.

The major difference between Government or Public Medical Colleges and Private Medical Institutions is that the Private Medical Colleges are much more expensive than the Govt Medical Colleges. This is because Government Medical Colleges in India are founded and funded by Government &/or Ministry of Education. Another big difference is that the Govt Medical Colleges do maintain a certain minimum standard for their faculty members and follow some fixed rules and regulations which you won't find in many Private Medical Institutions. However, this article is not to discuss the differences between Private and Government Medical Institutions for which, we will definitely bring a separate post. Nevertheless, according to our view government medical colleges are the best and so, if you can obtain admission in Government Medical Colleges after clearing NEET Exam it is better. Given below are the best and some top ranked Govt Medical Institutions in India presented according to their RANKING:

    

1. All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi

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All India Institute of Medical Sciences is ranked India’s No 1 and also 824th rank in the world. All-India Institute of Medical Sciences was established as an institution of national importance by an Act of Parliament with the objects to develop patterns of teaching in Undergraduate and Post-graduate Medical Education in all its branches so as to demonstrate a high standard of Medical Education in India. The medical science taught at AIIMS, Delhi is highly advanced which is the reason why AIIMS as a hospital witnesses so many patients from different corners of the world. It is globally renowned and recognized for its technology driven approach. This makes AIIMS the dream college for all the medical aspirants of the country.

NEET Cut-off Score: For unreserved candidates 98.83; for SC/ST candidates 97.01; for OBC candidates 93.65.

Number of MBBS Seats in AIIMS, New Delhi: 107.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹13720 (Hostel & other expenses not included).    

2. Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh

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Ranked at all India No 2 Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) Chandigarh was conceived in 1960 as a center of excellence which would endeavor to develop patterns of teaching in postgraduate medical education in as many branches as possible and attempt to produce specialists in several disciplines of medicine. Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER) offers more than 50 medical courses such as Medical Courses, Para-Medical Courses, Nursing and so on.

NEET Cut-off Score: 82.62.

Number of MBBS Seats in PGIMER, Chandigarh: 92.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹ (Hostel & other expenses not included).   

3. Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), New Delhi

Maulana Azad Medical College, shortly referred to as MAMC, was established in 1959 under the University of Delhi is another Govt Medical College coveted by medical aspirants. The college offers excellent faculty and ambience at a very negligible cost.

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NEET Cut-off Score: We suggest that for General category it is 670(+) marks in NEET-ug would be a safe score for getting admission in MBBS in MAMC.

Number of MBBS Seats in MAMC, New Delhi: 250.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹24450 (Hostel & other expenses not included).   

4. Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune

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NEET Cut-off Score: In order to get admission in AFMC (Armed Force Medical College), you have to score at least 650 out of 720. Besides having eligible score in NEET one has to qualify the AFMC ToELR (Test of English Language, Comprehension, Logic and Reasoning, Psychological assessment test (Medical Test), and personal interview.

Number of MBBS Seats in AFMC, Pune: 150.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹31870 per year (In this major amount is refundable).   

5. Jawaharlal Institute of PG Medical Education and Research (JIPMER), Puducherry  

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NEET Cut-off Score: For unreserved candidates (UR/NRI/OCI) 50th percentile; for UR/OPH 45th percentile, SC/ST/OBC candidates 40th percentile.

Number of MBBS Seats in JIPMER, Puducherry: 249.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹34290 (Hostel & other expenses not included).   

6. University College of Medical Sciences (UCMS), Delhi

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NEET Cut-off Score: For unreserved candidates minimum 50th percentile; for SC/ST/OBC candidates minimum 42nd percentile.

Number of MBBS Seats in : 170.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹30872 (Hostel & other expenses not included).   

7. King George’s Medical University (KGMU), Lucknow

NEET Cut-off Score: For General unreserved candidates minimum 65 percentile; for SC/ST/OBC candidates 45th percentile.

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Number of MBBS Seats in KGMU, Lucknow: 250.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹55000 per year (Hostel & other expenses not included).   

8. Institute of Medical Sciences (IMS), BHU, Varanasi  

As per the latest NIRF Ranking 2022, Banaras Hindu University (BHU) ranks 6th among the top universities in India. The Institute of Medical Sciences established in 1960, is one of the six institutes of Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi, India and comprises three faculties, Faculty of Medicine, Dental Sciences, and Ayurveda. IMS, BHU is considered to be very good for studying Ayurveda. The postgraduate medical education, started as in-service program in 1963 (3 years after establishment of Medical College), took the form of a formal training program in 1971 after due permission from the Visitor of the Banaras Hindu University i.e., the President of India. This upgraded College of Medical Sciences to Institute of Medical Sciences in 1971.

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Further growth of postgraduate education continued with approval of DM and MCh courses in 10 super specialties in 1976. In 1978, the existing Faculty was bifurcated into the Faculty of Ayurveda and Faculty of Medicine to facilitate their independent growth. The Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU is attached to a 9th floor very big hospital (S.S. Hospital) apart from one 324 bedded Trauma Block including super specialty services.

 

NEET Cut-off Score: For unreserved candidates 50th percentile; for SC/ST/OBC candidates 40th percentile.

Number of MBBS Seats in IMS, BHU, Varanasi: 100.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹13410 per year (Hostel & other expenses not included).   

9. Madras Medical College, Chennai

Madras Medical College is a public medical college located in Chennai, India. Established on 2 February 1835, it is the third oldest medical college in India, established after Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, and Calcutta Medical College. The college and hospital are funded and managed by the State Government of Tamil Nadu.

NEET Cut-off Score: For unreserved general candidates 50th percentile (720 – 138); for OBC/SC/ST candidates 40th percentile (140 – 108); for general PH candidates 45th percentile (137 – 125); OBC/SC/ST – PH candidates 40th percentile (121 – 110).

Number of MBBS Seats in MMC, Chennai: 250.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹6,80,000 (Hostel & other expenses not included).   

10. Lady Hardinge Medical College for Women (LHMC), New Delhi  

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Affiliated to University of Delhi Lady Hardinge Medical College is exclusively for girls, not for boys. The college has very good faculty and centrally located in Connaught Place, New Delhi where you can also enjoy life along with medical studies to the fullest.

NEET Cut-off Score 2022: For unreserved candidates 50th percentile; for SC/ST/OBC candidates 45th percentile.

Number of MBBS Seats in LHMC: 240.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹745000 (Hostel & other expenses not included).   

11. Calcutta Medical College, Kolkata



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Calcutta Medical College, officially Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata, is a public medical school and hospital in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. It is the oldest existing medical college and hospital in Asia. Kolkata Medical College was established on 28 January 1835 by Lord William Bentinck during British Raj as Medical College, Bengal. The Calcutta Medical College was not only the first institute to teach modern medicine in India but also in Asia. The institute maintains an excellent faculty where the medical students have also an opportunity to learn practically from exposure to huge number of patients.   

NEET Cut-off Score: For unreserved candidates with 50th percentile can apply; for SC/ST/OBC candidates around 45the percentile. Cut off ranks in 2021 was for round 1 = 1147 and for round 2 = 1674.

Number of MBBS Seats in Kolkata Medical College: 250.

MBBS Course Fee: ₹22500 (Hostel & other expenses not included).   

 

Structural Organisation in Plants: Morphology and Anatomy of Flowering Plants | Prepare NEET, MCAT, AIPMT | Entrance Exams

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 Structural Organisation in Plants
(Morphology and Anatomy of Flowering Plants)
Biology (Botany) India Study Solution Test Series (Prepare with Confidence)

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Botany Objective Questions: Structural Organisation in Plants

Morphology and Anatomy of Flowering Plants

India Study Solution MCQ Test Series – Set 1 (Q. No 1-10)

Question 1: The albuminous cells occur in the 

a. Dicots

b. Monocots

c. Gymnosperms

d. All of these

Question 2: Tissue which is responsible for growth in the thickness of a dicot root or stem is

a. Cambium

b. Cork

c. Storage tissue

d. Root parenchyma

Question 3: Interfascicular cambium develops from the cells of

a. Xylem parenchyma

b. Endodermis

c. Pericycle

d. Medullary rays

Question 4: One of the primary function of the ground tissue in a plant is

a. Photosynthesis

b. To protect the plant

c. To anchor the plant

d. Water and sugar conduction


Question 5: Plant tissues are divided into meristematic and permanent tissues on which of the following basis?

a. Whether the plant is a dicot or a monocot

b. Whether the cells being formed are capable of dividing or not

c. Position

d. Origin

Question 6: Angular collenchyma is found in

a. Althaea

b. Cucurbita

c. Lactuca

d. Salvia

Question 7: Closed vascular bundles lack

a. Cambium

b. Pith

c. Ground tissue

d. Conjunctive tissue

Question 8: In root, the tangential as well as radial walls of the barrel-shaped endodermal cells have a deposition of water impermeable, waxy material-suberin in the form of

a. Cuticle strips

b. Protein strips

c. Casparian strips

d. Silicious strips

Question 9: Companion cells in plants are associated with

a. Vessels

b. Sieve tube elements

c. Tracheids

d. Phloem fibres

Question 10: The embryonic layer responsible for the development of Pericycle is

a. Periblem

b. Plerome

c. Dermatogen

d. Calyptrogen

Morphology and Anatomy of Flowering Plants (Syllabus):

Morphology and modifications; Tissues and Tissue systems; Anatomy and functions of different parts of flowering plants: Root, Stem, Leaf, Inflorescence - Cymose and Recemose, Flower, Fruit and Seed; Dicotyledonous and Monocotyledonous Plants

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Introduction to Organic Chemistry – Concepts, Principles, Techniques, Classification, Nomenclature, Isomerism & Organic Reactions | NEET, JEE Preparation

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Organic Chemistry – Basic Principles, Classification, IUPAC Nomenclature, Purifications, Technique and Characterisation of Organic Compounds

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Introduction to Organic Chemistry

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India Study Solution Test Series – Set 4 (Q. No 31-40)

Question 31: The best method for the separation of naphthalene and benzoic acid from their mixture is

a. Sublimation

b. Filtration

c. Distillation

d. All of these

 

Question 32: An organic compound contains about 52% carbon. It could be:

a. ethanol

b. dimethyle

c. acetic acid

d. phenol

 

Question 33: The number of structural isomers in C4H10O will be

a. 7

b. 8

c. 5

d. 6

 

Question 34: A compound containing only carbon, hydrogen and oxygen, has a molecular weight of 44. On complete oxidation it is converted into a compound of molecular weight 60. The original compound is:

a. an aldehyde

b. an acid

c. an alcohol

d. an ether

 

Question 35: The least reactive alkene towards dil. HCl is

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Question 36: Kjeldahl’s method cannot be used for estimation of nitrogen in:

a. pyridine

b. azobenzene

c. nitrobenzene

d. all of these

 

Question 37: Which of the following chemical system is non aromatic?

Question 38: An organic compound contains carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Its elemental analysis gave C, 38.71% and H, 9.67%. The empirical formula of the compound would be:

a. CH2O

b. CH4O

c. CH3O

d. CHO

 

Question 39: In steam distillation of toluene, the pressure of toluene in vapour is

a. Equal to pressure of barometer

b. Less than pressure of barometer

c. Equal to vapour pressure of toluene in simple distillation

d. More than vapour pressure of toluene in simple distillation

 

Question 40: Alicyclic compounds are:

a. aromatic compounds

b. aliphatic cyclic compounds

c. heterocyclic compounds

d. none of the above

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Organic Chemistry 

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Hints and Solutions of Organic Chemistry Test Series (MCQ) – Set 4 (Q. No.31–40)

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Answer 31: b. Answer 32: a, b. Answer 33: a. Answer 34: a. Answer 35: d. Answer 36: d. Answer 37: a. Answer 38: c. Answer 39: b. Answer 40: b.

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NEET (AIIMS), MCAT - MCQ Test Series | Transportation in Plants | Mineral Nutrients | Plant Physiology

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 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY (Transport in Plants, Mineral Nutrition)
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Botany Practice Questions: Plant Physiology

(Transport in Plants and Mineral Nutrition)

India Study Solution MCQ Test Series – Set 2 (Q. No 11-20)

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Question 11: Diffusion is a ______ process and is not dependent on ______.

a. Slow, gradient of concentration

b. Slow, living system

c. rapid, temperature

d. Rapid, pressure

 

Question 12: The growth regulator that retards ageing of plant organs is

a. Auxin

b. Gibberellins

c. Cytokinin

d. Abscisic acid

 

Question 13: A plant requires magnesium for

a. Protein synthesis

b. Chlorophyll synthesis

c. Cell wall development

d. Holding cells together


 

Question 14: D.P.D. stands for

a. Diffusion pressure deficit

b. Diffusion pressure demand

c. Daily photosynthetic depression

d. Daily phosphorus demand

 

Question 15: Water is required by plants for

a. Seed germination

b. Maintaining their temperature

c. Photosynthesis

d. All of these

 

Question 16: Guard cells help in

a. Fighting against infection

b. Protection against grazing

c. Transpiration

d. Guttation

 

Question 17: Which of the following elements is a constituent of biotin?

a. Sulphur

b. Magnesium

c. Calcium

d. Phosphorus

 

Question 18: Root cap has no role in water absorption because

a. It has no direct connection with the vascular system

b. It has loosely arranged cells

c. It has not cells containing chloroplasts

d. It has no root hairs

 

Question 19: Plant seeds when sown in soil, germinate and come out of it; due to

a. Turgor pressure

b. Imbibtion pressure

c. Osmotic pressure

d. Atmospheric pressure

 

Question 20: Which of the following one is a free living nitrogen fixing aerobic bacterium?

a. Clostridium

b. Rhizobium

c. Azotobacter

d. Rhodospirillum

 

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Solutions of Botany Test Series – Set 2 (Q. No.11–20)

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Answer 11: b. Answer 12: c. Answer 13: b. Answer 14: a. Answer 15: d. Answer 16: c. Answer 17: a. Answer 18: d. Answer 19: b. Answer 20: c.

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