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which is a better college for mbbs - SRTR medical college Ambajogai or Government medical college Latur
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To start the comparison, we can take several factors
1) Year of establishment
SRTR- 1975, GMC- 2002
2) Both are government medical college
3) Total student intake
SRTR- 228 GMC- 225
GMC- 293, SRTR-252
5) Both the colleges have boys and girls hostel along with gym, library. But GMC lacks cafeteria
You can compare both the college using the link https://www.careers360.com/compare-colleges?college=6138-6219-course=93190-0
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my rank is 564648 will i get admission in state quota
With your given rank, your marks will be around 165-175, with these marks it's not possible to get any GMC even under state quota irrespective of the category, you can explore other options of private colleges or deemed universities, to know more about admission possibilities in various colleges you can use our NEET College Predictor; https://medicine.careers360.com/neet-college-predictor?icn=QnA&ici=qna_answer
I have Maharashtra domicile residing in Mumbai general category what should be my score to get into government medical college latur?
I am assuming you from general category as you have not mentioned your category, if you belong to any other category then do let me know
In neet 2019, 578 marks was the lowest marks that was required for general category for getting a seat in Government Medical College, Latur under Maharashtra state quota
But cut off marks keeps changing every year depending upon various factors like number of students that appeared in the exam, kind of marks obtained by them , toughness level of the examination etc.
So , you should try to get at least around 590-600 marks to be on the safer side in your neet examination
You can prepare well for neet using our neet knockout for which link is provided below
wat is the cut off rank of MS obgy in neet pg general caregory
Going by last year cutoff, for PG Gynaecology, for first round it was around 8140 rank and in final round it was 8400. But in 2018 the scenario was different. First round cutoff was around 6234 and second round AIQ was 6710 in NEET PG. For DNB, cutoff for Obstetrics and Gynaecology usually stays around 25000 rank.
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