Karnataka MBBS Admission 2019
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Karnataka MBBS Admission 2019 - The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) has released fresh schedule for second and final round of counselling of Karnataka MBBS 2019 Admission on August 29, check the link below for dates. KEA released seat allotment for round 2 of admissions of Karnataka MBBS on July 30. A link to view the result is given below. The authority had released the mock allotment list round 2 on July 27. A link to the same is given below. The mock allotment result was declared on July 4, 2019. A link has been given below to check the result.

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The authority had stated the option entry for Round I of Karnataka MBBS counselling on June 30. Earlier provisional merit list of Karnataka MBBS 2019 and list of all India Rank holders was released on June 26. Document verification was conducted rank-wise from June 21. Karnataka MBBS 2019 application form is now closed. It is mandatory to fill the application form for Karnataka MBBS admission 2019 to be considered eligible for the process. Such candidates who have filled the application form are included in the provisional merit list of Karnataka MBBS 2019 admission. Candidates who have gone through the document verification were eligible to participate in the Karnataka MBBS counselling 2019 process.

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The admission to Karnataka MBBS BDS is taken on the basis of NEET UG score and preference of colleges and courses submitted by the candidates in the Karnataka MBBS counselling process. Therefore, it is suggested to candidates to submit web options as per theirNEET score.

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Karnataka MBBS BDS Admission 2019 - Overview

Name: Karnataka MBBS Admission 2019

Exam Name: NEET UG 2019

Exam Conducting Authority: National Testing Agency (NTA)

Counselling Conducting Authority for 85% State Quota seats: Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), Bangalore

Counselling Conducting Authority for All India 15% Quota seats: Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) on behalf of Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS)

Seat Intake: 6577 (Medical seats)

2674 (Dental seats)

Karnataka MBBS BDS Admission Dates 2019

Karnataka MBBS BDS Important Dates - Round One

Events

Dates

Online Application release date

June 15, 2019

Last date to submit application form

June 21, 2019 (up to 5 pm) (extended from June 19)

Last date to submit application fee

June 21, 2019 (extended from June 20)

Display of schedule for offline verificationJune 19, 2019 (after 6 pm)

Document Verification

June 21, 2019, onwards

Merit List

June 26, 2019

Option Entry (Choice filling)

June 30 - July 3, 2019

Mock allotmentJuly 4, 2019
Editing entered optionsJuly 4-6, 2019

Seat Allotment List (Round 1)

July 7, 2019

Fee payment (Choice‐1 and Choice‐2 candidates)

June 30, 2019

Downloading of Admission Order (Only by Choice 1 candidates)

July 9 to July 10, 2019, up to 5:30 PM

Last date for reporting at the allotted college for choice 1 candidates

July 12, 2019

Karnataka MBBS BDS Important Dates - Round Two

Events

Dates

Display of seat matrix

July 22, 2019

Display of seat matrix (All India Quota Seats)

July 26, 2019

Option entry (Choice Filling)

July 24 to 26, 2019

Publication of mock round result

July 27, 2019

Change the option entry

July 27 to July 29, 2019

Publication of Round Two Result

July 30, 2019 (RELEASED)

Fee payment

July 31 to August 2 up to 5 PM (STARTED)

Last date for reporting to the allotted college

on or before August 3 up to 4 PM


Karnataka MBBS BDS Important Dates - Mop-Up Round

Events

Dates

Online Application release date

August 2 , 2019

Last date to submit application form

August 4, 2019

Last date to submit application fee

August 4, 2019

Document Verification

August 5 to 6, 2019

Downloading of entry pass

August 3 to 4, 2019

Offline Counselling

August 7 to 8, 2019

Last date for reporting at the allotted college

August 12, 2019

Forwarding the list of candidates to the respective medical colleges

August 13, 2019

Last date of joining

August 18, 2019


Karnataka MBBS BDS Counselling 2019

KEA has released the schedule for mop-up round counselling on August 1, 2019. The authority had released the second seat allotment list after the conclusion of Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling on July 30. A link to check the list has been provided above. The mock allotment result for 2019 has also been declared. Candidates who appeared for the mock test and also those who did not appear to have been provided with the option to change their choice entry from July 4, 2:00 p.m. to July 6 up to 2:00 PM. The publication of the first round allotment result was on July 7, after 6:00 PM. The option entry for the first round of Karnataka MBBS counselling was open from June 30 till July 3, 2019. The counselling for Karnataka MBBS admission will be conducted in online mode only. There will be three rounds of Karnataka MBBS counselling - first, second and mop-up. An additional round of Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling will be conducted if the seats remain vacant. Candidates will be given a security key after the verification of documents. With the security key, log in to the applicant portal will be required to participate in the Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling process. Candidates are suggested to prioritize their choices as per their rank and category for Karnataka MBBS admission 2019.

Karnataka MBBS BDS Seat Allotment 2019

The seat allotment for the second round of counselling has been released on July 30. The mock seat allotment result for Karnataka MBBS BDS admission 2019 was released in online mode on July 27. Karnataka MBBS seat allotment list reflects the seat allotted to the candidates. After the release of seat allotment list, candidates will be required to submit choices as given below-remain.

  • Choice 1 - Candidates who will accept the allotted seats by reporting to the colleges will fall under this category. Such candidates can download the admission order and pay the admission fee. These candidates cannot participate in the next round of counselling. If in case, a candidate opts for Choice 1 and does not report to the allotted college then his/her fee will be forfeited and the candidature will be cancelled.

  • Choice 2 - Candidates who are satisfied with the allotted seat but also wish to participate in the next Karnataka MBBS counselling round. Such candidates can pay the prescribed fees. If a higher option is allotted in the next round then the earlier allotted seat will be cancelled automatically. If a higher option is not allotted then the earlier allotted seat remains with the candidate.

  • Choice 3 - Candidates who do not accept the allotted seat. However, they wish to participate in the next round of Karnataka MBBS BDS counselling. These candidates will be required to cancel the allotted seat and re-order the already entered options.

  • Choice 4 - Candidates who are not satisfied and are not willing to continue with the counselling process. These candidates will not be considered for the next round of counselling for Karnataka MBBS BDS admission 2019.

Karnataka MBBS BDS Eligibility Criteria 2019

  • Applicants could be Indian Nationals/Non-Residents of India/Overseas Citizens of India/Persons of Indian Origin. However, only Indian citizens will be eligible for all the type of seats except for NRI quota seats.

  • Only those candidates who will qualify NEET 2019 will be considered eligible for Karnataka MBBS 2019 admission process.

  • Candidates must fulfil the domicile criteria or other regulations depending on the type of seats that they are applying for.

  • In terms of age and academic eligibility, the criteria will be the same as laid down by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

Karnataka MBBS BDS Admission - Type of Seats

Type of Seats

Availability of seats

Government Seats

i) 100% of seats in government colleges

ii) 33% of seats in private non-minority colleges

iii) 20% of seats private minority (religious & linguistic) colleges.

Private Seats

42% seats of KPCF colleges-

i) General Merit - Private seats (GMP): 50% of the above 42% seats.

ii) Open seats (OPN): The remaining 50% of the above 42% seats.

55% seats of KRLMPCA and AMPCK colleges-

i) 66% seats are reserved for the respective religious and linguistic minority.

ii) 50% of the 34% seats will be reserved for GMP while the remaining 50% seats will be falling under OPN quota.

NRI seats

15% of the total seats in KPCF, KRLMPCA and AMPCK colleges are reserved for NRI candidates.

Other seats

10% of the total seats in KPCF, KRLMPCA and AMPCK colleges.

Karnataka MBBS BDS Application Form 2019

The application form for Karnataka MBBS admission has been released on June 15, 2019. The last date to fill the application form is June 21, extended from June 19. The application form has been released in online mode only. Karnataka MBBS application procedure includes submission of personal, academic, contact, and reservation details. The application fees for Karnataka MBBS BDS admission must be paid via Bank challan. Candidates filling the form will be included in the provisional merit list for Karnataka MBBS 2019 admission. The facility of filling Karnataka MBBS application form will be available also before the starting of second and the mop-up round of counselling.

Karnataka MBBS BDS Document Verification 2019

KEA will conduct the Karnataka MBBS BDS 2019 document verification session before starting of each counselling round. The document verification session for Karnataka MBBS BDS 2019 will be conducted in offline mode only which implies candidates will be required to report to the allotted centre at the allotted date and time. Candidates will be called for the Karnataka MBBS BDS document verification session 2019 as per their state merit rank is given in the provisional merit list. The list of documents required for Karnataka MBBS BDS 2019 is given below-

  • Printout of Karnataka MBBS BDS Application Form

  • Bank Challan copy

  • NEET Admit Card

  • Secondary School Certificate

  • 2nd PUC or Class 12 mark sheet

  • Two passport size recent photograph

  • Study certificate attested by Block Education Officer or Deputy Director of Public Instruction (DDPI).

Karnataka MBBS BDS Merit List 2019

There will be two Karnataka MBBS 2019 merit lists released by KEA - provisional and final merit list. The provisional merit list for Karnataka MBBS BDS admission 2019 includes the name of candidates who have successfully completed the registration process. While the final merit list will include the candidates whose documents are verified and are given the security key. Karnataka MBBS merit list is prepared on the basis of NEET 2019 score only. The merit list for Karnataka MBBS BDS 2019 admission include candidates’ name, NEET Roll No., application No., DOB, All India Rank, and NEET score.

Karnataka MBBS NEET Cutoff 2019

NEET 2019 cutoff Karnataka will be revealed after the conclusion of the counselling processes. The cutoff for All India Quota and State Quota seats of previous years will be provided for the ease of candidates. NEET cutoff for Karnataka MBBS admission will help in understanding the target score and rank for each category of the seat in government and private medical and dental colleges. The cutoff will be stipulated on the basis of previous year counselling result, therefore, a particular score or rank does not confirm a seat. However, it gives an estimation of the chances of admission on a NEET score or rank.

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