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Little tough since not many students ranked higher would back out...
Pray on lady luck...Lets wait and watch...
Hope for the best..Be Positive...
NO ways ...
KLE is basically based on management quota admissions....
so you are a little late... the entrance exam is more of a farce...
however for other colleges for mbbs or bds you can mail me...
very low capitation packages are available as of now...
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Eamcet...no other entrance tests for AP...
even for the rest of the country it is a little too late as of now...
All you can do is wait for a year or else go for a Paid Seat...
Depends on what you really want to contemplate as a career...
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Its good... they are recognized by MCI but you will have to give the screening test once you come back to india...
Manipal
BPKIHS,Dharan
these are the best medical colleges there
you will be treated as indian one you clear the MCI screening
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Hi Anubhav,

Counselling is over now.I hope you attended that and taken admission in a good college.So concentrate on your studies.

If you have any more query please let me know.

Best of Luck...
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Sorry ...No point in even hoping...KLE does not have so many seats and is highly in demand these days..
However you can get into a college of your choice in Managemnt Quota....
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Hello.

First of all congrates on qualifiying enterance exams it shows your hard work is in right direction.
As you said you really want to get merit seat and do not want to occupy managment seats then according to me you can take drop for getting merit seat but few things should be kept in mind such as

(1)You will be appearing next year in the enterance exams ,it is a long duration so along with your studies you should keep your confidence high because situations will come when you will need it most . At that time instead of panicing you should keep your confidence high and continue studying.

(2)You will come across many people who will say that you should have not taken drop but remember once you take that decision there is no turning back instead of thinking what they are saying ,you must concentrate on your aim and continue studying.

(3)finally it all depends upon your strong will and desire to get selected in the enterance exam .So always keep them high.

And my sincere suggestion to you is that before taking this decision you should sit back and honestly think what are your strengths and weaknesses related to studies because once you come upon any decision atleast you will be shure that i decided to do this considering all facts and there is no one i should blame for it.

So best of luck and feel free to communicate if you need to know anything else.


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As per my knowledge, IPU will not be holding a separate test. You should apply for NEET (common all India medical/dental entrance). 
online application website - www.cbseneet.nic.in
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Hi

Space or aerospace medicine is a branch of medicine concerned with the effects of space travel on humans. This is a relatively newer branch of clinical and occupational medicine that deals with the various short and long-term problems faced by astronauts. Negative effects such as headward fluid shift and muscle de-conditioning after every space flight affect almost all crew members.

Astronauts returning from a prolonged stay aboard space stations have clearly shown that the human body severely de-conditions when exposed to microgravity conditions. Astronauts need to take appropriate medicines to alleviate the pain or discomfort caused by the body's adaptation to space.

But before determining what measures are to be taken in space, it is first essential to define how exactly space affects the physiology of various systems of human beings. Which is where an aerospace medical specialist comes in.

He or she is essentially a medical doctor, who has further specialised in knowledge of physics, aerodynamics, aeronautical engineering, space and high altitude physiology, clinical medicine, psychology and medical administration.

In India, the Institute of Aerospace Medicine, Bangalore, is possibly the only one that offers a postgraduate course in aerospace medicine under the aegis of the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science, Karnataka.

The three-year interdisciplinary course draws from diverse fields such as medicine, physiology, psychology, biophysics, and bioengineering. Combining research and clinical training, the course is open to civilian students and service medical officers from the army, navy and air force. Three civil students and seven students from the armed forces are enrolled every year for the course.

Admission is based on an all-India written entrance examination (multiple-choice type) followed by an interview for selected candidates, separately for civil and military candidates.

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