Georgia is a country located in the Caucasus region of Eurasia or at the crossroads or intersection of Europe and Asia. There are around 4 million people living in the country. The country of Georgia is surrounded by Russia from the North and Turkey and Armenia from South. The west boundary of Georgia is bounded by the black sea. From the southeast, the country is bounded by Azerbaijan. The largest city of Georgia is Tbilisi which is the capital of Georgia. Georgian (nationwide) and Abkhazian (Abkhazian AR) are the official languages of Georgia. The Mingrelian, Svan and Bats are the recognised regional languages of Georgia. Some of Europe’s highest mountain peaks are located in Georgia. The ‘Caucasus mountains’ is the name of the mountain range running through Georgia. The Mount Shkhara at 5,068 m is the highest mountain in Georgia. The Mtkvari river is the largest river in Georgia and it covers an area of 726 Kilometers. The Tbilisi city lies on the banks of the Mtkvari river. Georgia has about 25,000 rivers. Some of the UNESCO’s world heritage sites are located at Georgia.
Georgia is a country situated at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe in the Caucasus region of Eurasia, bordered by the Black Sea to the west, Russia to the north, Turkey and Armenia to the south, and Azerbaijan to the southeast. Tbilisi is both the capital and the largest city. Georgia occupies 69,700 square kilometres of land (26,911 sq. mi.), and the country has a total population of approx. 3,718,000,000. Georgia is a single parliamentary republic with a representative democracy chosen by the government. Georgia is a developing nation and ranks 70th on the index of human growth. The country is a member of the United Nations (UN), the Council of Europe and the Democracy and Economic Growth Body of the United Nations (GUAM). Geography and Atmosphere Georgia is located in the South Caucasus, while the North Caucasus is located in some areas of the world. The nation is situated between 41 ° and 44 ° N latitudes and 40 ° and 47 ° E longitudes, with an area of 67,900 km2 (26,216 square mi). This is an entirely mountainous region. The ranges of the Likhi split the nation into eastern and western halves. At 5,068 metres (16,627 ft), Mount Shkhara is the highest mountain in Georgia, and at 5,059 m (16,598 ft ) above sea level, Mount Janga (Dzhangi-Tau) is the second-highest. Mount Kazbek at 5,047 m (16,558 ft), Shota Rustaveli at 4,860 m (15,945 ft), Tetnuldi at 4,858 m (15,938 ft), Mt. Ushba at 4,700 m (15,420 ft) and Ailama at 4,547 m (14,918 ft) are other prominent peaks.
|Basic Eligibility||60% in PCB for General at 10+2 Science 40% for SC/ ST or reserve categories|
|NEET Exam||Required, it is compulsory with qualifying marks.|
|IELTS & TOEFL||Not required.|
|Cost of Living in Georgia||Rs.12-15 Thousand/Month|
|Medium of Teaching||English Language|
|Universities Recognition||NMC, WHO, WFME & many more|
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