Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir

Bachelor of Dental Surgeon

Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir
In Nashik

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Typology Bachelor
Location Nashik
  • Bachelor
  • Nashik

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Nashik (Maharashtra)
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Mumbai Agra Highway, Panchavat, 422003


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Course programme

The institute offers many courses, Bachelor of Dental Surgeon being one of them. A candidate will be eligible for admission to Health Science Courses on fulfillment of the following conditions:

1.The candidate may be an Indian National / NRI / Foreign National. The candidate is required to produce proof in support of his/her Nationality from a District Magistrate, Additional Magistrate or Metropolitan Magistrate. Valid Passport also shall be considered as sufficient proof of Nationality.

2.The Secondary School Certificate (i.e. SSC) or equivalent examination certificate or the certificates of age and nationality endorsing the date of birth will constitute the valid proof.

3.The candidate must be medically fit and must submit a certificate of medical fitness.

4.A candidate must have passed the qualifying examination i. e. Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) or equivalent examination (with English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology as subjects). NRI’s and Foreign Nationals shall submit eligibility certificate obtained from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik.

5. For MBBS & BDS Courses, a candidate must have obtained not less than 50 % (i.e. 150 out of 300) marks is Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together at the HSC (or equivalent) Examination. 1.For B.Sc. Nursing candidate must have obtained not less than 45% (135 out of 300) marks in PCB taken together in HSC/equivalent examination.

6.No rounding off of the marks secured by the candidate will be done in individual subject or final total while converting marks of the individual subject out of 100 or total marks out of 300. For example, if the total of the marks in three subjects comes to 149 out of 300, percentage comes to 49.66 that will not qualify the candidate.

7.The candidates who are appearing for the qualifying examination i.e. HSC or equivalent in March/April are also eligible to appear for CET, provided they must fulfill the eligibility conditions.

8.The eligibility conditions may vary in accordance with Judicial Pronouncements and orders issued by appropriate Authorities from time to time. ADMISSION Admission TO MBBS & BDS Courses. A candidate must secure not less than 50 % marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology together at Common Entrance Test.


Through Association of Management of Unaided Private Medical and Dental Colleges (AMUPMDC ) : 85% Seats through Asscociate - CET , 15% NRI - Management Seats .

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