The cutoff ranks and marks are as below for unreserved category for Gandhi Medical College for State quota:
For 2018 it was: 5515 (561 marks)
For 2017 it was: 4,576 (585 marks)
It could change according to how many people take the exam, difficulty of the paper and the cutoof set.
For more information about colleges in Telengana and their cutoffs go through the following link:
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Yeah, there is seat reservation policy in Mahatma Gandhi College. SC/ST/OBC category candidates are entitled for reservation under the Right of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016. The college follows the government reservation policy.
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Based on your score in NEET 2020, you will be given a rank and based on that the cut off is decided, cut is decided on a lot of factors including the no of students giving the exam, the difficulty level of paper etc, i have attached the cut off list of previous year and based on this you can analyse the cut off,
The AIIMS nagpur has been in operation from 2018. It is one of the new AIIMS. It does not even have its own campus. There will be no good lab facilities. But indira gandhi medical college was set up long back in 1960s. It has much more facility than aiims.
But if you want tag of AIIMS than can go for AIIMS nagpur. Chose wisely!
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