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- Girls Hostel
- IT Infrastructure
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- Guest Room
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what is the approx cutoff of government dental college,mumbai?
NEET BDS cut off in 2019 is not yet available.But in 2018 the cut off for Government Dental College, Mumbai for 30% state quota for UR was 472 and for OBC it was 466.For 70% regional quota the cut off for OBC was 442.According to this you need 480 or above as cut off changes every year depending on number of candidates appeared, number of seats available etc.
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