• To integrate basic and clinical sciences with intensive clinical mentoring and community
• To facilitate students’ knowledge with hands on training.
• To assess competency based learning after specified period.
• To meet the core outcomes set by Medical Council of India (MCI) for Graduate medical education.
DURATION OF M.B.B.S. COURSE: Duration of the course is 4 years and 6 months as per the Academic Calendar of GSL followed by 1 year of Compulsory Rotatory Internship. NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE FOR GSL MBBS. 2016-17 SESSION: TOTAL 200
Competent Authority Seats:
A – Category – 50% - 100 seats
B – Category – 35% - 70 seats
C – Category – 15% - 30 seats
The number and distribution of seats may vary depending upon the periodic directives / decisions from competent authorities.
Admission procedure: (1. Regulations on Graduate Medical Education, 1997 amended as time to time; 2. as per GO Ms. Nos. 30 to 33 of Ministry of Health Medical & Family Welfare, Govt. of A.P.)
Category –A seats (50% of the sanctioned intake of the seats) - Competent authority seats:- These seats shall be filled in through the counseling by the committee constituted by competent authority as per merit from the candidates who are qualified at the common entrance test, EAMCET held by the state for that year following the rules of reservation.
Category – B seats (35% of the sanctioned intake of the seats) - NEET ranking based management seats:- The seats shall be filled through the counseling by the committee for admission constituted by APMDCMA as per the merit from the candidates who are qualified at NEET held by a third party employed for the purpose by the managements association for that year as per the procedure that may be prescribed in this regard.
Category – C seats (15% NRI quota) - These seats shall be filled by the managements of the individual institutions or the committee of the managements based on NEET rank.
UG Course Details
• To integrate basic and clinical sciences with intensive clinical mentoring and community based training.
Sanctioned Intake Capacity
UG : MBBS – 200 seats annually
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