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I got 570 marks and my all India rank is 35986 I got Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Kadapa in in my first counselling I belongs to Andhra Pradesh state. may I get Siddhartha Medical College Vijayawada or Sri Venkateswara Medical College Tirupati in my second counselling.i belongs to ews.
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.
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among Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Kadapa and Government Medical College Anantapur which is best for the PG coaching
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!
cut off for rims kadapa according to category
General Category: 489
Now this is 2018 data and we do not have 2019 data yet. And cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. So if you want a seat in this College, you should aim for 50-75 marks more than those mentioned here.
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