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1. Reference for "The college is affiliated to the NTR University of Health Sciences and is in the process to become autonomous as Guntur Institute of Medical Sciences" needed.
2. Reference for the number of beds in GGH, Guntur.
3.Page at Reference 'cybernoon.com' no longer exists.
4. Text under history section may need revision. Text "There are sports activities and GMC students have won..........Guntur General Hospital has a bed strength of 1038. About 4-5 thousand people throng the O.P. departments daily for medical relief. The hospital houses a interns' hostel,a postgraduates' hostel and a nursing school" does not include historical fact (describes the present, rather) and may be moved to a new section.
Do we need facts about GGH in an article about GMC? ('Guntur General Hospital has a bed strength....nursing school')
5. The College was established in 1927 as 'Guntur Medical School', according to the article 'A Brief History of the College' in  .
The article may be used for writing the history section here.
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The result of the move request was: moved. Unopposed request. Number57 22:08, 11 March 2016 (UTC)
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^Rao, Koka Maha Lakshmana (2000). Through stone and canvas : sculptures and paintings at Guntur Medical College (1st ed. ed.). Hyderabad, India: AL Publishers. ISBN8190041649.CS1 maint: Extra text (link)