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MGIMS Wardha - 2023 Admission, Fees, Courses, Ranking, Placement

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MGIMS Wardha Overview

MGIMS Wardha Admissions 2023: MCC has released the NEET UG round 2 counselling schedule for AIQ. The NEET UG round 2 registration 2023 began on Aug 9, 2023. The deadline for registration is Aug 14, 2023. Applicants can complete the choice filling and locking from Aug 10 to 15, 2023. NEET UG round 2 seat allotment result 2023 will be declared on Aug 18, 2023, at 

The NEET UG 2023 result will be used to determine MGIMS Wardha MBBS admission in 2023. The Medical Council Committee (MCC) conducts NEET 2023 counselling for admission to MGIMS Wardha's 15% All India Quota seats. Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha is located in Wardha, Maharashtra. MGIMS Wardha offers 27 courses of degrees and diplomas in full-time mode. 

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Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Wardha Latest Update

September 2, 2023 2:50 PM

MCC NEET UG round 3 counselling 2023 begins. Complete NEET 2023 registration by September 4, 2023.

August 29, 2023 6:15 PM

Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has announced the NEET PG counselling 2023 round 2 seat allotment result on its official website.

August 23, 2023 5:06 PM

NEET PG Counselling 2023 provisional allotment of seat round 2 will be released today. 

August 22, 2023 2:53 PM

NEET PG counselling 2023 round 2 application choice filling last day is August 22, 2023.

August 18, 2023 3:46 PM

NEET PG Counselling 2023 round 2 registration will commence today on the official website of MCC.

August 18, 2023 3:45 PM

MCC will release NEET UG Counselling 2023 Round 2 Seat Allotment today.

August 16, 2023 10:19 AM

NEET UG counselling 2023 round 2 choice filling has been closed. 

August 9, 2023 12:37 PM

MCC has activated the NEET UG round 2 registration 2023 link at The last date to register is August 14, 2023. 

August 1, 2023 3:15 PM

Round 1 seat allotment NEET UG 2023 reporting/joining will happen from July 31st 2023 - August 4, 2023. 

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MGIMS Wardha Important Dates 2023

Round 1 seat allotment Reporting/ JoiningJuly 31 to August 4, 2023
NEET 2023 Counselling Round 2 RegistrationAugust 9-14, 2023
NEET 2023 Round 2 Choice Filling & LockingAugust 10-15, 2023
Round 2 Seat Allotment ResultAugust 18, 2023
Uploading of Documents on the MCC portalAugust 19, 2023
Reporting/ JoiningAugust 20 to August 28, 2023
NEET 2023 Counselling Round 3 RegistrationAugust 31-September 4, 2023
NEET 2023 Round 3 Choice Filling & LockingSeptember 1-5, 2023
Round 3 Seat Allotment ResultSeptember 8, 2023
Uploading of Documents on MCC portalSeptember 9, 2023
Reporting/ JoiningSeptember 10 to September 18, 2023
NEET 2023 Counselling Stray Vacancy RegistrationSeptember 21 to September 23, 2023
NEET 2023 Stray Vacancy Choice Filling & LockingSeptember 22 to September 24, 2023
Stray Vacancy Seat Allotment ResultSeptember 26, 2023
Reporting/ JoiningSeptember 27 to September 30, 2023
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MGIMS Cut Off 2023

The first round of NEET UG 2023 counselling registration has started. MCC has issued the NEET UG counselling schedule 2023 for AIQ. MGIMS Wardha cutoff 2023 will be available soon after the first round of seat allotment results are revealed on July 29, 2023. Registration for NEET UG counselling 2023 (Round 1) will begin on July 20, 2023 and end on July 25, 2023. The option filling and locking will begin on July 22, 2023, and the NEET UG seat allotment 2023 (Round 1) will be issued on July 29, 2023 for MGIMS Wardha MBBS admission 2023.

MGIMS Wardha Cut off 2023: NEET UG 2023 result has bee released by NTA. A total of 11,45,976 students have passed the examination with 3,12,405 passing in general category and 5,35,194 in OBC category. MGIMS Wardha cut off 2023 for its MBBS programme will be based on NEET passing marks 2023 that are released in the form of qualifying cut off. It means, if a student will be able to sit in the AIQ MCC NEET counselling 2023 and state level counselling as well. Meanwhile, students may check whether they are eligible for sitting in counselling and have passed NEET successfully through this table. If the percentile or NEET qualifying cut off marks 2023 mentioned in your scorecard fall into the range mentioned in the table below, it means you have passed the exam and can participate in the 15% AIQ and 85% state level counselling. 

MGIMS Wardha NEET Qualifying Cut Off 2023 

CategoryCut Off Marks Percentile 
General720 - 13750th percentile
General / EWS PH136 - 12145th percentile
EWS720 - 13750th percentile
OBC136 - 10740th percentile
OBC- PH120 - 10740th percentile
SC136 - 10740th percentile
SC- PH120 - 10740th percentile
ST136 - 10740th percentile
ST- PH 120 - 10840th percentile
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MGIMS Wardha Top Courses & Fees

MBBS1 CoursesAnnual FeeN/A
BDS1 CoursesAnnual FeeN/A
MD19 CoursesAnnual Fee9,000
MS (Surgery)1 CoursesAnnual FeeN/A
Diploma9 CoursesAnnual FeeN/A
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MGIMS Wardha Awards & Rankings

  • The Department of Pediatrics becomes the second centre in Maharashtra to start a Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training Center accredited by the Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP).
  • The Directorate of Health Services of Maharashtra has selected the Department of Pediatrics as the only nodal center in Vidarbha and one of the only 3 nodal centers in Maharashtra state for training of government health personnels (including pediatricians, medical officers, nurses) in Facility Based Newborn Care
  • Dr BS Garg has been selected as the president of Voluntary Health Association of India for the year 2015-2017.
  • Dr Mrs P Narang has been nominated as Executive Board Member of Influenza Foundation of India
  • Dr KK Mishra has been elected as executive council member in the core committee of Indian Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health in November 2015.
  • Dr Dhiraj Bhandari received certificate of appreciation for preparing ICU information booklet for Indian Scenario at competition held by ISCCM (Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine). His booklet has been archived by the ISCCM at their website along with seven other booklets selected by ISCCM to be used in ICUs across the country. The booklet can be found at the website
  • Dr Pradeep Deshmukh and Dr Amrish Saxena were awarded the Dr BC Harinath and Vimala Harinath Gold Medal and Cash Award for the best published research papers
  • Dr Poonam Varma Shivkumar was felicitated by Lion’s Club of Wardha and given the best doctor award on 1 Jul 2015
  • Dr Anshu recieved the best overall poster award at the annual conference of The Network towards Unity for Health (TUFH) at Johannesburg, South Africa on 15th September 2015.
  • Dr Surekha Tayade and Rahul Narang won the best poster prize in the 2nd Advance Course of Medical Education, MET Workshop at Regional Centre, JNMC, Sawangi Meghe on 8-10 August, 2015
  • Dr Dhiraj Bhandari received the ISH Naraini best e-poster award at ISACON -2015 (National Conference of Indian Society of Anesthesiologists) at Jaipur for his presentation titled “Fibreoptic bronchoscope directed to esophagus willfully for passage of Ryles tube in a post-radiotherapy patient of oral malignancy”
  • Dr Vijayshri Deotale and Dr Surekha Tayade were awarded FAIMER Fellowships from the PSG FAIMER Regional Institute in Coimbatore
  • Dr Manish Jain was elected as member of the National Executive Board of Indian Academy of Pediatrics for the year 2015
  • Dr Manish Jain was elected as member of the National Committee to govern terms of reference for IAP subspecialty chapters and groups.
  • Dr Manish Jain was elected as Executive Body Member, Maharashtra State chapter of Indian Academy of Pediatrics for 2015
  • Dr Akash Bang was elected as Executive member of the Research in Child Health Group of Indian Academy of Pediatrics for the year 2015.
  • Dr Akash Bang was felicitated by the Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP) on 19 Jan 2016 in Hyderabad at the 15th Asia Pacific Congress of Pediatrics (15th APCP) and 53rd Annual National Conference of IAP (Pedicon 2016), for contribution to the Neonatal Resuscitation Training activities in the state of Maharashtra.
  • Dr Akash Bang was selected as India West Zonal Coordinator for the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa for IAP NNF Neonatal Resuscitation Program “First Golden Minute” Project in Feb 2016.
  • Ms. Priyanka S Bhoj received ‘PS Murthy Best Paper Award’ for the paper entitled “Targeting folate metabolism: a promising therapeutic rationale against Brugia malayi parasite” at ACBICON-2015 Conference held at PGIMER,Chandigarh during November 23-28, 2015
  • Dr Supriya Meshram won the first prize for her presentation “Multidrug resistant tuberculosis with its mutational pattern among new pulmonary cases detected from Central India” at the Annual Conference of Vidarbha Association of Medical Microbiologists , Pench on 19-20 Mar 2016.
  • Dr Swati Jarole and Dr Anuj Mundra (postgraduate students from Dept of Community Medicine) and Dr Radhika Vellore (Intern, 2009 batch) received Fellowship to attend Global Health Program in Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel from 5-31 Jul 2015
  • Dr Sushil Chauhan received first prize for his essay titled ‘Recent Advances in Management of Tinnitus’ at the 35th Annual Conference of Vidarbha Branch “VENTCON-2015”
  • Dr Shweta Jinde, Dr Ketki Thool, Dr Pravina Deshmukh and Dr Akanksha Suman Dr Shweta Jinde, Dr Ketki Thool, Dr Pravina Deshmukh and Dr Akanksha Suman won the best poster prize at the Masterclass Infertility Conference at Nagpur on 28-29 Nov 2015
  • Dr Ritu Singh stood second in order of merit in the MS (Obstetrics and Gynecology) Examination conducted by MUHS in 2015
  • Dr Sachin Kumar Meena , postgraduate student in the Dept of Forensic Medicine stood third in MUHS in the MD Forensic Medicine and Toxicology examination.
  • Dr Vandna Yadav stood third in order of merit in the MD (Pathology) University Examination conducted by MUHS in 2015
  • Dr Ankur Kariya was awarded second prize for his paper presentation on “Extra corporeal radiotherapy in giant cell tumors“at the Vidarbha Orthopedic Society Conference, Nagpur on 31 Oct 2015
  • Dr Namrata was awarded 2nd prize in the poster competition in the National CME and workshop on “Partogram and its Advancement”organized at MGIMS, Sevagram
  • Dr Kanchan Gawade and Dr Punam Uke, postgraduate students from Dept of Pediatrics won the runners-uptrophy at the regional round of the 2015 National Neonatology Forum’s Neonatology Quiz at Nagpur
  • Dr Rahul Podder, Dr Moharsingh Jhakar, Dr Priyanka Patil and Dr Pawan Singh won runners-up trophy at ISAVidarbha level PG quiz competition held by ISA – Nagpur in Aug 2016 at Nagpur.
  • Dr Isha Deshmukh awarded Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care from Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University in Oct 2013.
  • Dr Shefali Chauhan (Anesthesia), Dr Piyush N (Medicine), Dr Reema (Medicine) won bronze medal for securing third position at ISCCM 1st interdisciplinary PG Critical Care Vidarbha level quiz competition conducted by ISCCM, Nagpur in Sep 2016.
  • Dr Priyanka Patil received a certificate of appreciation for securing 9th rank at the All India Anesthesiology PG quiz competition at ISACON 2015, Jaipur.
  • Ms Sahitya Rao stood first in the Pure Sciences Undergraduate Research Project Category at the University level research competition organized by the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS for her project titled “Study for exploration of efficacy of piperidine derivatives against Brugia malayi by in vitro and bioinformatics study as a valid antifilarial candidate”. She got an opportunity to represent MUHS at Aavishkar 2015- the 10th Maharashtra State University Research Convention held at Savitribai Phule University
  • Ms Sahitya Rao received best paper award in Medicon 2015 and received JFMPC sponsored prize.
  • Our first year students from 2015 batch, Ms Shambavi Chowdhary and Ms Shubhra Chhazed won the running trophy of the Dr TL Patil Memorial Anatomy quiz competition organised at GMC Nagpur on Saturday 20 February 2016 defeating eight other teams from Vidarbha. Ms Kshitija Palhade was third member of the winning team. They also won a cash prize of Rs 8000.
  • Ms Shambhavi Chowdhary and Ms Mehak Saini (2015 batch) emerged champions at the Intercollegiate Biochemistry Quiz organized by the Association of Clinical Biochemists of India (Vidarbha Chapter) at the Shri Vasantrao Naik Govt. Medical College, Yavamal on 16 Mar 2016.
  • Mr Shyam Meda and Mr Ashish Kumar , undergraduate students, won the runners-up trophy at the divisional round of the 2015 Indian Academy of Pediatrics UG quiz at Nagpur. received best paper award in Medicon 2015 and received JFMPC sponsored prize
  • Ms Khushboo Verma (2010 batch), Mr Shyam Meda (2011 batch) and Mr Rajat Sharma (2011 batch) won third prize in the Dr Vivek Diwekar Memorial State level intercollegiate undergraduate Radiology Quiz in Sep 2015eceived best paper award in Medicon 2015 and received JFMPC sponsored prize.
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MGIMS Wardha Faculty

Related Questions


Priya Haldar, Student / Alumni

-Answered on Sept-12-2023

Dear Aditya Manthalkar,

It is difficult to say for sure whether you will get admission to Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (MGIMS) through the state quota with a score of 580 in NEET UG 2023 as an EWS general category student from Maharashtra. In 2022, the cut-off marks for admission to MGIMS through the state quota for EWS general category students was 559. This means that you would have needed to score at least 559 marks in NEET UG 2022 to get admission to MGIMS through the state quota. However, the cut-off marks for 2023 are not yet released. It is possible that the cut-off marks for 2023 will be higher than 559, due to the increasing number of students applying for medical college admissions.


Aditya, Student / Alumni

-Answered on July-24-2023

Dear Divya, no, you will not be able to get admission in MGIMS Wardha with a NEET score of 339 marks and OBC category. The minimum NEET cutoff for OBC category students for admission to MGIMS Wardha is 500. The NEET cutoff for MGIMS Wardha varies every year depending on the number of seats available and the number of students who appear for the exam. However, the cutoff has been consistently above 500 for the last few years.


Aditya, Student / Alumni

-Answered on July-19-2023

Dear Amar, the cut-off for admission to MBBS at Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (MGIMS) is highly competitive. In 2022, the cut-off for general category students was 71,404. You have scored 267 marks, which is much lower than the cut-off. Therefore, it is unlikely that you will get a government seat at MGIMS.


Priya Haldar, Student / Alumni

-Answered on July-18-2023

Dear Aditi,

The cutoff varies from year to year and category. Suppose you are a reserved category student with a good academic record except for neet marks. In that case, there is a probability of getting admission to the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences. But if you are from the general category, it will be tough to get admission.


Priya Haldar, Student / Alumni

-Answered on June-26-2023

Dear Mohammad Yashab,

Yes, a student outside of Maharashtra is eligible for MGIMS Wardha admission. The institute has an intake capacity of 100 students (50% from Maharashtra and 50% from the rest of the country (Outside Maharashtra). The candidate must bring all the required original documents along with three sets of attested photocopies of their documents.

FAQs about MGIMS Wardha

Is MGIMS WARDHA a government college?

MGIMS WARDHA is Private college.

When was the college , MGIMS WARDHA established ?

MGIMS WARDHA was established in the year 1969.
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MGIMS Wardha Contact Number, Address & Location Map, Wardha

  • +91-7152 284341-55
  • Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Sevagram, Wardha 442102 Maharashtra, INDIA