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ACPC declares provisional merit list for engg, pharmacy

DNAHM128422 | 6/12/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :325 | Education & Careers



The Admission Committee for Professional Courses (ACPC) on Tuesday declared the provisional list for degree engineering and pharmacy. A total of 33,164 students made through the merit list of engineering whereas 15,336 students made through the merit list for pharmacy.
A total of 33,838 students had registered for engineering of which 33,164 made it to the merit list. Manek Bharatbhai who hails from Bhavnagar ranked 1, topping the merit list with 99.99 percentile.
Of the 33,164 students, majority are from Gujarat board. While 28,411 are from Gujarat board, 3519 are CBSE students, 231 are ICSE students and three from NIOS. Students will be able to view their merit number on the ACPC's website. For pharmacy, a total of 15,573
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