Predict Your NEET PG 2022 Medical College and Course Accurately
You need to use your All India Rank, State rank and State category rank to predict your chance to get a particular course and medical college. There is direct co-relation between number of PG course seats in your reservation category and your NEET PG 2022 category rank. Install App to see last year state closing rank and last year category closing rank for all courses of all medical colleges. Enter your category rank in MBBSCouncil app college predictor to see list of colleges you can get.
MD/MS/DNB Candidates are eligible to appear only for two speciality exams from the below list of SS exams and corresponding courses.
DM CLINICAL HAEMATOLOGY
All India / DNB Quota Category Wise MD Biochemistry Cutoff Score
NEET PG 2021 Closing Cutoff score for Round-1 MCC Counselling is given below for all reservation categories. Last column denotes the total number of MD Biochemistry seats allotted during 2021 AIQ counselling. You can find cutoff for further rounds of All India Quota and State Quota Counselling on MBBSCouncil App.
Top MD Biochemistry Colleges/Hospitals in India
Below list of medical colleges in India for MD Biochemistry is ranked based on how candidates preferred these colleges during NEET PG All India Quota counselling. Top Institutes/Hospitals to do MD Biochemistry course in India
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