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hey I want to know how many marks are required in Pantnagar entrance exam to take veterinary for general categories
The last year cutoff's are like this, thy accepted upto 115 rank for general category. in veternary as there are limited seats of 62 only and the candidates of applied are increasing, the cutoff are increasing So, If you particulary want to know how much marks you have to gain is it should be around 500+and u should secure a rank below 115
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