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BSMS College Predictor 2021: Predict BSMS Medical Colleges

BSMS College Predictor

BSMS College Predictor       

BSMS College Predictor is a tool provided by various online educational analyst to predict the chances of the student in getting admission in Homeopathic medical colleges via giving entrance exam i.e. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) conducted by the central authority known as NTA (National Testing Agency). This examinational is conducted across India for taking admissions in all medical/dental colleges of India. BSMS College Predictor tool is used to predict the probability of the getting the desired colleges as per the ranks of the students before the beginning of the counselling process. By using BSMS College Predictor candidates can make the speculation about the list of Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery colleges that they are going to get after giving their NEET Exam. BSMS College Predictor is not 100% accurate as it is mere speculation made on the basis of ranks and the previous years’ cut off of various institutes.

How to use BSMS College Predictor:

For using this tool candidates must follow the steps mentioned below:

  • On the webpage find the box mentioning Predictor
  • Then click on the option on a new webpage containing ‘BSMS College Predictor”.
  • There will be an online form type format where the candidate must fill his details like Name, Email, Mobile Number, State and Expected NEET Rank.
  • Once the details provided candidates would be registered with the mobile number and an OTP will be sent to their phones providing them their ranks
  • With their rank they can use it another predictor tool i.e. NEET College Predictor
  • Under this a new webpage allows you to enter your NEET Rank and the list of colleges that will come as per the rank will be provided to you.

How does BSMS College Predictor works

The BSMS College Predictor works on the framework of the previous years’ ranks, after analysing it compares them with the present year. Thus by comparing the difficulty level of questions in both the years the tool predicts the ranks as well as the list of colleges that will come under those ranks. For this students must know their NEET ranks via NEET Rank Predictor which is based on the answers opted by the students with the answer key provided by the NEET. NEET Answer key is provided just after a week’s time after the examinations are over.

The prediction of the BSMS College Predictor is completely based on the data fed into the tool. More the accurate the rank would be more accurate would be the prediction. BSMS College Predictor is not 100% accurate, but if the data entered is correct then it would give you a tentative idea about the list of colleges that the candidates would attain after the final announcement of the NEET Result.

Benefits of using BSMS College Predictor:

After taking the data of the institutes providing medical courses a data base is prepared. The data help the candidate/student to analyse his/her probability in getting the desired college as per his expectation in the NEET Exam. Apart from this there are other benefits of using these predictor tools:

  • A tentative idea provided by the predictor tool make the students mentally prepare for getting a college.
  • The colleges are ranked, based on their placement records, infrastructure, reviews of the students, etc which provides them ratings and ranks. This could help the candidates in analysing themselves as which college they are getting as per their scores.
  • It also analyse the students’ true potential and where he stands in this competitive world.
  • If expectation meets the needs the students/ candidate then they stay one step ahead from other students and prepare themselves well in the process of getting admission.
  • The medical aspirants can target right college at the right time based on their performance.

Factors affecting the BSMS College Predictor

  • The number of candidates appeared in that particular session.
  • NEET Difficulty level of Exam.
  • Previous year cut off trend and their analysis.
  • Seats are available in different courses and different colleges.

ABOUT NEET

NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is a national level based entrance examination meant for taking admissions in medical colleges/Universities. The criteria for getting admission are to clear the NEET Exam with better scores. Students have to analyse their NEET score which is the base of qualifying to access admission in medical colleges/Universities. The different medical colleges/Universities have their cut offs which is meant to scrutinize the creamy layer for the purpose of taking those who are bright in studies and willing to make their career in medical field. If the students meet the cut off demands, ranking and score they were called for counselling sessions at the college/University for taking admissions.

Students have to serious and sincere and have zeal to make their career in medical field start preparing for the NEET exam at the beginning of their 12th standard. The subjects that have been asked in NEET are Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology.

The curiosity in students after giving NEET exam gave birth to BSMS Rank Predictor. This tool works on the basis of analysing previous years ranks. Now days there are a lot of online BSMS Rank Predictor tools available online, where a candidate can use it for determining his estimated ranks. The rank predictor doesn’t give exact rank but it would surely provide a rough idea about the rank. The BSMS Rank Predictor accuracy depends on the data feed into it as it only predicts the score or rank that the candidate would get on the basis of the answers he had given in NEET Exam. It further bifurcates that from each of the four sections which questions have been answered correctly then only it predicts your rank.

Just after giving NEET 2021 exam within a week the answer keys were out on the official website of NTA. Students are allowed to check the answers they had given and the correct answer as per NTA. This process is meant to analyse the probability the NEET score and if a candidate have any doubt on any answer he/she can challenge it.

NEET Cut Off

NEET Cut off marks is the qualifying marks that must be attained by the candidate in order to get a confirmed seat in any Homeopathic medical college. The factors responsible for determining NEET cut offs are number of students appearing in the exam, difficulty level of the exam, availability of seats in different colleges, etc.

NEET UG Eligibility Criteria

  • NEET is mandatory for the candidates willing to get admission in medical courses. This exam is for Indian as well as the overseas candidates.
  • Applicant should be 17 years old as on December 31, 2021, while the upper age limit for general category candidates should be 25 years. There will be a relaxation of 5 years for reserved category candidates i.e. SC/ST.
  • It is compulsory for candidates to have domicile of the state for admission to NEET UG. If an applicant has completed their Class 10th and 12th from the schools located in the state, they do not have to provide their domicile certificate.
  • In case any candidate has passed either Class 10th or 12th outside the state, then they have to submit the general domicile certificate.
  • The candidates can attempt the NEET Exam, as many times, as they can and they wish till the maximum age is attained by them.
  • The foreign nationals and the overseas citizens of India or NRI’s are entitled to get reservations of 15% of the All India Quota seats. The Jammu and Kashmir candidates are not eligible for this reservation.
  • Candidates have to complete their Class 12th with an aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English subjects. While reserved category candidates have to qualify Class 12 with 40% and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) has to secure at least 45%

Note: Students who have secured minimum cut off marks mentioned by the authority are eligible to participate in AIQ (All India Quota) counselling for NEET – UG and state level quota under NEET UG Counselling. Under AIQ i.e. 15% in all over India basis any student can apply the rest 85% Quota is reserved for the state only.

BSMS Admission through AYUSH Counselling:

If the candidates would not be able to get a seat in MBBS/BDS course then you can opt for a career in AYUSH. This course is similar to that of MBBS/BDS. Time to time there is government vacancy and you can establish a clinic of your own. After Corona Pandemic people started inclined towards Ayurveda. After completing this course not only you can write Dr. in front of your name but also do PG and Research Programme and get succeeded into that. For AYUSH course there are both Government & Private Medical college which gives admission on the basis of NEET score, just like for that of MBBS/BDS it also has two counselling authorities. Under All India Quota (15%) AACCC conducts counselling and State Counselling Authority conduct admissions for State Quota (85%). In 2019 All India Quota (15%) counselling had started before 2019 state counselling authorities conducted counselling. Here we will get the information about the All India Quota (15%). So below mentioned are the types counselling authorities which provide admission.

  1. AACCC (AYUSH Admissions Central Counselling Committee) for 15% All India Quota
  2. State Counselling Authority for 85% state quota.

AACCC (AYUSH Admissions Central Counselling Committee) for 15% All India Quota:

This committee comes under Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (AYUSH). It is a central counselling committee which gives admissions for UG and PG courses. This process is completely online from Registration till seat allotment. Students from across India from all the states who qualified NEET 2021 are eligible for admission. Under AYUSH institutions AACCC conducts admission for BAMS, BHMS, BSMS and BUMS courses. Under this Government, Government Aided, Central University/National Institutions, Private and Deemed University all these types of institutions are a part of it.

State Counselling Authority (State DME):

All the states frame a counselling committee which conducts counselling for 85% seats in Government Medical College and all seats for Private Medical College. This counselling is conducted for the courses i.e. BAMS, BHMS, BSMS and BUMS. All these admissions are given on the basis of NEET score. Candidates of a particular state can apply to Private or Government AYUSH Colleges and take admission. Although there are several states which allow candidates from outside states also and are called Open State. Candidates having low marks can also get admission. Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Karnataka, Kerala are popular open states. In this content I am going to explain AACCC 15% All India Quota and tell you about Counselling Process, Seat Matrix, Tuition Fees and Cut off.

How to take admission in 15% All India Quotas?

20 days after the announcement of NEET 2021 results AACCC start registration and choice filling process. The official website for the process is https://aaccc.gov.in/aacccug/home/homepage . In All India Quota the first and second round counselling is conducted by AACCC, if the seats remained after the second round then it is transfer to the state to which the college belongs to.

AACCC conducts First round, second round and mop up round counselling for Central University/National Institutes and Deemed University. After the mop up round if there are vacant seats then it is filled by a Stray vacancy round and is by the institute itself.

BSMS (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery)

Siddha – BSMS (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine and Surgery) course is available in the state of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. AACCC conducts counselling for BSMS in two following ways:

  • All India quota government – 02 Siddha Medical College.
  • All India quota Private – 08 Siddha Medical College

So, there are 10 Siddha Medical Colleges are there for which the counselling is conducted. The quota under this is:

  • AQG – All India Quota Government
  • AQP – All India Quota Private
  1. AQG – All India Quota Government: This quota is for the Government Siddha Medical Colleges. The fee of these colleges is low. State wise tuition fees is provided below:

S/No.

Name of College

State

Tutuion

Fees

Hostel Fees

1Govt. Siddha Medical College, Chennai, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu94401000
2Govt. Siddha Medical College, Tirunelveli, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu14875500

Cut off for 2019

S/No.Name of CollegeURSCST
AIRMarksAIRMarksAIRMarks
1Govt. Siddha Medical College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu82499451143529386  
2Govt. Siddha Medical College, Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu84773449178540356163663368

 

  1. AQP – All India Quota Private: This quota is for the Private Siddha Medical Colleges. The fee of these colleges is high. State wise tuition fee for Private Siddha Medical Colleges is mentioned below in the table:

S/No.

Name of College

State

Tutuion FeesHostel Fees
1Santhigiri Siddha Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram, KeralaKerala2451504100

2

JSA Medical College For Siddha And Research Center, Viluppuram, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu

300000

6000

3

Sivaraj Siddha Medical College, Salem, Tamil Nadu

Tamil

Nadu

300000

8500

4

Maria Siddha Medical College,Nagercoil, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu

350000

5500

5

Velumailu Siddha Medical College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Tamil

Nadu

300000

4000

6

Sri Sai Ram Siddha Medical College and Research Centre, Chennai, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu

350000

7417

7

Nandha Siddha Medical College and Hospital

Tamil

Nadu

250000

4500

8

Excel Siddha Medical College and Research Centre, Namakkal, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu

250000

5000

Cut off for 2019 of Private Siddha Medical Colleges:

S/No.Name of Private CollegeStateGeneral
AIRMarks
1Santhigiri Siddha Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram, KeralaKerala624975152

2

JSA Medical College For Siddha And Research Center, Viluppuram, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu

757989

122

3

Sivaraj Siddha Medical College, Salem, Tamil Nadu

Tamil

Nadu

776831

119

4

Maria Siddha Medical College, NAGERCOIL, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu

829731

109

5

Velumailu Siddha Medical College, Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Tamil

Nadu

801705

114

6

Sri Sai Ram Siddha Medical College and Research Centre, Chennai, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu

435721

212

7

Nandha Siddha Medical College and Hospital

Tamil

Nadu

658853

144

8

Excel Siddha Medical College and Research Centre, Namakkal, Tamil NaduTamil Nadu

824084

110

AQP BSMS cut off 2019 Summary (Last/Second round)

General
AIRMarks
829731109

AYUSH Counselling Documents requirement

The candidate must carry the below mentioned documents in order to get hassle free counselling sessions:

  • NEET Admit Card
  • NEET Score Card
  • 10th Class Mark Sheet and Certificate
  • 12th Class Mark Sheet and Certificate
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Category Proof if applying for any reserved category.
  • ID Proof (Driving License, Aadhaar Card, PAN Card, etc)
  • Passport size Photographs
  • Residence Proof (Driving License, Aadhaar Card, Passport, etc)
  • Receipt of Registration deposit.
  • Provisional allotment letter generated online
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FAQ’s On BSMS College Predictor :

Answer:  BSMS College Predictor is a tool provided by various online educational analyst to predict the chances of the student in getting admission in ayurvedic medical colleges via giving entrance exam i.e. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) conducted by the central authority known as NTA (National Testing Agency). This examinational is conducted across India for taking admissions in all medical/dental colleges of India. BHMS College Predictor tool is used to predict the probability of the getting the desired colleges as per the ranks of the students before the beginning of the counselling process.

 Answer:  NEET UG 2021 is conducted via offline mode on an OMR sheet in which the students have to mark their answers.

Answer:  BSMS College Predictor tool is beneficial in several ways:

  • A tentative idea provided by the predictor tool make the students mentally prepare for getting a college.
  • The colleges are ranked, based on their placement records, infrastructure, reviews of the students, etc which provides them ratings and ranks. This could help the candidates in analysing themselves as which college they are getting as per their scores.
  • It also analyse the students’ true potential and where he stands in this competitive world.
  • If expectation meets the needs the students/ candidate then they stay one step ahead from other students and prepare themselves well in the process of getting admission.
  • The medical aspirants can target right college at the right time based on their performance.

Answer:  There are 10 Siddha Medical Colleges under which a person can Do BSMS course.