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cutoff 2019 for general category in gmc bhopal
The Gandhi Medical College in Bhopal had allowed admissions based on NEET scores.
The cut off marks for the candidates belonging to General Category are atleast 550 marks. This means the minimum rank to ensure admission is 7633. The candidates belonging to OBC, SC and ST however required a minimum of 543, 445 and 367 to ensure admission into the college.
However for the All-India quota, the minimum score required for candidates belonging to General Category was 572.
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how many marks to admission for GMC Bhopal
Hello dear student,
Gandhi Medical College Bhopal (GMC Bhopal) is one of the Oldest Government Medical Institute in Madhya Pradesh. It was founded in 1955 by the state Govt. of Madhya Pradesh.
The cut-off of the college has been changed every year ,so it can not be exactly predicted but it is sure that If you want to take admission in this college you will have to score very good marks in NEET2020. Prepare well give your best to take admission in your dream college.
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