The Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha, which declared its resulton June 5, 2014 has released both the Maharashtra and Non- Maharashtra merit list. Since, the Medical Council of India has not renewed its permission for 100 seats, the merit list as per the distribution of 65 seats have been released by MGIMS Wardha .
The counseling sessions for MGIMS Wardha PMT 2014will begin onJune 17and continue for two days i.e 17 th and 18 th June. However, after the process is over, the waitlisted candidates will be called, in case of vacant seats.
MGIMS, Wardha has declared the merit list for Maharashtra and Non- Maharashtra candidates separately.
9 candidates from the general category have been listed in both the rank records, with the Non-Maharashtrian topper scoring 190; two more than the Maharashtrian topper at 188.
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Candidates who scored less than 177 in the Non- Maharashtra list and less than 171 in the Maharashtra list have been wailisted. Hence, 36 general category candidates have been waitlisted in both the list.
In the rural category, too, 4 candidates with scores starting at 165 have been selected in both the list, while, 16 candidates have been waitlisted. The cut off for Maharashtra is 143 while that for Non- Maharashtra candidates is 157.
The distribution is similar for ST and SC candidates for both the list. However, the MGIMS Wardha PMT 2014 Cutoff for Maharashtra candidates is 146 while that for Non- Maharashtra candidates is 150.
Two candidates were selected from the ST category in both the list while the other categories like VJ, NT1, NT2, NT3 have taken up one seat each.Want to know which medical and dental colleges you can get based on expected rank in AIPMT? Click here
The OBC category, whose cutoffs for Maharashtra and Non- Maharashtra candidates are 158 and 165 respectively have 5 have taken up 5 seats each. 20 have been waitlisted.
What next ?
The counseling procedure for MGIMS Wardha PMT 2014will beheld for 65 seats until MGIMS receives permission from MCI to distribute all 100 seats.
Candidates whose names have been displayed in the MGIMS, Wardha merit list 2014 have been called for couselling as per the given schedule.
The schedule for verification of certificates for selected & waitlisted candidates for admission to MBBS course – 2014 is as follows:
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1 to 9
10 to 27
17th June, 2014
1 to 4
5 to 12
1 to 2
3 to 6
2 to 3
1 to 5
6 to 15
18th June, 2014
2 to 4
23rd June, 2014
Documents to be submitted for verification at the time of MGIMS Wardha PMT 2014 Counselling:
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