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    GMC Kadapa Courses: Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences in Kadapa offers a diverse range of medical courses catering to different specialisations. The MBBS courses at Government Medical College Kadapa have an MBBS course duration of 5 years and 6 months. The MBBS course at Government Medical College Kadapa is a full-time course with a total fee of Rs. 59.13K and has 175 seats available. Government Medical College Kadapa MBBS admission is granted on the basis of the NEET exam.

    Additionally, the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Kadapa offers postgraduate courses, including MD General Medicine, MS Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MD Anaesthesiology, MS Ophthalmology, MS ENT, MS General Surgery, MD Anatomy, MD Dermatology Venereology and Leprosy, and MD Physiology. GMC Kadapa course duration od 3 years and are full-time. The number of seats varies for each specialisation, and admission is based on the NEET PG exam.

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    Government Medical College Kadapa Courses & Eligibility Criteria

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    Eligibility Criteria

    MBBS

    Candidate should have qualified class 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English from a recognised board


    NEET UG qualification is mandatory.

    MD

    Candidate must have an MBBS degree or equivalent determined by the National Medical Commission


    NEET PG qualification is mandatory. 

    MS

    Candidate must have an MBBS degree or equivalent determined by the National Medical Commission


    NEET PG qualification is mandatory. 


    Aspirants must note that, in order to appear for the entrance exam for admission to MBBS, MD, and MS courses. One needs to fulfil the basic NEET UG eligibility criteria and NEET PG eligibility criteria.  

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    MBBS

    Duration: 5 Years 6 Months
    Seats: 175
    Accepted Exams: NEET

    MD General Medicine

    Duration: 3 Years
    Seats: 12
    Accepted Exams: NEET PG

    MD Anaesthesiology

    Duration: 3 Years
    Seats: 6
    Accepted Exams: NEET PG

    MD Paediatrics

    Duration: 3 Years
    Seats: 3
    Accepted Exams: NEET PG

    MS Ophthalmology

    Duration: 3 Years
    Seats: 3
    Accepted Exams: NEET PG

    MS Orthopaedics

    Duration: 3 Years
    Seats: 3
    Accepted Exams: NEET PG

    MS ENT

    Duration: 3 Years
    Seats: 3
    Accepted Exams: NEET PG

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    MS General Surgery

    Duration: 3 Years
    Seats: 3
    Accepted Exams: NEET PG

    MD Anatomy

    Duration: 3 Years
    Seats: 2
    Accepted Exams: NEET PG

    MD Physiology

    Duration: 3 Years
    Seats: 2
    Accepted Exams: NEET PG

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    Hello

    After your results and ranks are announced, then the process will start. You will need to register for counselling on MCI/NTA websites. There you will need to fill up your basic details and fill up your college options. After that as per your rank you’ll be allotted a seat.

    The process is simple. Just utilise this time to research about possible colleges at your rank, their peer group, academic record etc. Choosing a MBBS college is a once in a lifetime thing, so be very sure of what you are doing.

    Good luck and many congratulations!


    Hi. The previous years cut off for both the colleges is given below.

    • Siddhartha Medical College, Vijaywada- 543 marks
    • Sri Venkateshwara Medical college - 544 marks

    Both the cut offs are for general category (The cut off for reserved category is usually lower). Even though the cut offs have increased this year, you have a fairly good chance to get into any of these colleges.

    If you want to check another preferred colleges' cut off, you can follow the link provided below:

    https://medicine.careers360.com/articles/neet-cutoff-ap

    Hello aspirant,

    Hope you are doing well

    Rajiv Gandhi institute of medical science Kadapa stands in a better position than government medical College Ananthapur interms of ranking , faculty etc.

    So I think rims Kadapa would be a better option .

    Ultimately it's your choice

    Hope this helps you

    All the best!

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