Government Medical College Kota

One of the most sought after Institutes and Universities in Kota, the Government Medical College, Kota was established in the year 1992. The outstanding institution is controlled and maintained by the state government of Rajasthan. The Government Medical College, Kota is one of the few medical colleges, which has association with the Central Board of Secondary Education - C.B.S.E.

Kota has emerged as one of the most prominent educational hubs of the country, so much so that it is also known as the 'Education City'. Students from all over India and even from foreign shores come in the city to pursue their desired courses. The fifth largest city of the state of Rajasthan boasts of many modern and well managed educational institutes in the city. The Government Medical College of Kota definitely has found a place among them.

The Government Medical College in Kota offers the MBBS - Bachelor in Science and Bachelor in Medicine course for the aspiring doctors. Students are selected via a state wide entrance test. There are a total number of fifty seats for the new academic year. The address of the Government Medical College is given below:

Government Medical College, Kota
Rangbari Road
Kota - 240009
Rajasthan

Last Updated on : March 28, 2016


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