Karnataka MBBS Counselling 2019 - The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), Bangalore, the regulatory body for Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling has started option entry of Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling for AYUSH casual round, seat matrix for the same has also been released. Links for the same are given below. The authority had released college nodal officer details for Karnataka MBBS counselling names list. A link for the same is given below. The authority had extended the last date of fee payment and reporting to the allotted college for Karnataka AYUSH counselling 2019, check the table below for the same. The authority has also invited fresh registrations for counselling of Karnataka BDS after lowering of cutoffs. Check the official notification in the link below and click on the link provided for registration. The authority had made available the link for fee payment and downloading of admission letter for Karanataka AYUSH counselling round 2 on September 9, last date for the same is September 11. The authority had released seat allotment for AYUSH counselling, link to check results is given below. KEA had started option entry of Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling for second round of AYUSH counselling, link for the same is given below. KEA had released Karnataka BDS counselling 2019 second round mop-up rankwise schedule, the same can be checked in the link below. The authority had started download of entry pass for BDS mop-up round of counselling of Karnataka MBBS on September 4 and the last date for the same is September 6. Check the link below for the same. The authority had released vacant seats for BDS private and other quota for mop-up round of Karnataka MBBS counselling 2019 , the same is available in the links below. The schedule and instructions of Karnataka 2019 MBBS counselling for BDS mop-up round was released on August 30. The authority had released fresh schedule AYUSH second and final round seat allotment on August 29, check the table below.
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LATEST: To download seat matrix for AYUSH casual round (Special), click here
To download seat matrix for AYUSH casual round (Hyd-Kar), click here
To download seat matrix for AYUSH casual round (general), click here
To register for AYUSH casual round, click here
To check college nodal officers list for names list,click here
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To register for Karnataka BDS counselling 2019, click here
Official notification for fresh registration of Karnataka BDS counselling released, check here
To pay fee and download admission letter of Karnataka Ayush round 2, click here
Karnataka Ayush seat allotment round 2 released, check here
Karnataka Ayush second round option entry started, click here
To check Karnataka BDS second mop-up round rank-wise schedule click here
To download Karnataka Ayush (ISM&H) - General second round seat matrix, check here
To download Karnataka Ayush (ISM&H) - Hyd-Kar second round seat matrix, check here
To download Karnataka Ayush (ISM&H) - Special category second round seat matrix, check here
To download entry pass for BDS mop-up round click here
Vacant seats for BDS mop-up round other quota released, check here
Vacant seats for BDS mop-up round private quota released, check here
Schedule for Karnataka BDS Counselling 2019 mop-up round released, check here
The counselling for Karnataka MBBS 2019 is held in online mode. Total three rounds of counselling will be held including a mop-up round. If there are seats vacant after the conclusion of three rounds, then there is provision for conducting an additional round of counselling to fill the remaining seats. After the verification of required documents, the candidates will be provided with a security key which has to be used to participate in the Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling process by login to the applicant portal. Candidates are required to fill in their preferences as per their respective rank and category for Karnataka MBBS 2019 admission. The provisional list will bear the names of the verified candidates. Only the candidates whose name appear on the list will be considered eligible to participate in the Karnataka MBBS counselling 2019.
Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling is conducted for 85% State Quota seats of Karnataka state which include 6577 (including 596 for NRI) seats in medical colleges and 2674 (including 383 for NRI) seats in dental colleges. The counselling of Karnataka MBBS 2019 starts after the seat matrix is published. Karnataka MBBS admissions 2019 will be taken on the merit-cum-preference basis. Karnataka MBBS counselling 2019 is conducted on the basis of NEET UG score.
Online Application release date
June 5, 2019
Last date to submit application form
June 21, 2019 (5 pm) (extended from June 19)
Last date to submit application fee
June 21, 2019 (extended from June 20)
Display of schedule for offline verification
June 19, 2019 (after 6 pm)
Fourth week of June 2019
June 21, 2019 (onward).
List of verified candidates released
First week of July 2019
Option Entry (Choice filling)
June 30 to July 3, 2019
Revised Seat Matrix released
June 30, 2019
Fee Structure for MBBS and BDS courses
Publication of mock round result
July 4, 2019
Change the option entry
July 4 to 6, 2019
Publication of Round One Result
July 7, 2019
Fee payment (Choice‐1 and Choice‐2 candidates)
July 9 to 11 up to 5:00 PM
Downloading of Admission Order (Only by Choice 1 candidates)
Last date for reporting at the allotted college for choice 1 candidates
On or before July 12, 2019, up to 5:30 PM
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
July 27, 2019
July 27 to July 29, 2019
Publication of Round Two Result
July 30, 2019
July 31, 2019
Last date for reporting to the allotted college
on or before August 3 up to 4 PM
To read the schedule for the first round of counselling, click here
To participate in option entry for Round I - Click Here
To check the full document verification schedule and read corresponding instructions - Click Here
To register for Round I of Karnataka MBBS 2019 Counselling - Click Here
To check the list of document verification Helpline centres - Click Here
In the first round of counselling session, the aspirants are required to submit their choice if they wish to accept the allotted seat or not. In case if a candidate is allotted a seat then there are four options before them which are listed below.
Choice 1 - If the candidate is satisfied with the choices filled and are willing to report at the allotted college must opt for choice 1. The aspirant will be required to download the admission order and make the admission fee payment. After this the candidate will not be eligible to participate in further rounds of Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling. If the candidate fails to report at the said college then the payed fee will be fortified and the admission will stand cancelled.
Choice 2 - Those candidates who are satisfied with the seat alloted yet want to participate in further rounds of counselling must opt for choice 2. The candidates, in such situation, will pay the admission fee but will be considered for the next round of counselling for Karnataka MBBS 2019. 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 remain in favour of the candidate.
Choice 3 - Candidates who are not satisfied with the allotted seat but are willing to participate in the next round of Karnataka MBBS counselling 2019. To opt for Choice 3, 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.
Karnataka MBBS Counselling 2019 - cutoff
The cutoff rank will reflect the last NEET All India Rank which will be considered for admission in the first round of counselling. KEA will be releasing separate cutoff lists namely Government Quota - General, Government Quota - Hyd-Kar, and a combined list for Private, NRI & Others quota. The authorities will be releasing the final NEET cutoff 2019 Karnataka tentatively in the fourth week of August. It will be finalised after the conclusion of the last round of counselling. The cutoff will be released for 85% State Quota seats in the state of Karnataka, the remaining 15% seats will be transferred to the All India Quota.
Candidates are required to login with secret login key and password.
Candidates will have a list of Institutes displayed on the screen.
The options should be in the order given below-
There will be no limit for entry of options.
The candidates will be required to put their final choices on the last day because these choices will be considered for all the rounds of counselling.
The candidates can take a print out of their final choices that they have made during Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling.
A seat allotment list will be published after the first round of counselling gets over.
The candidates will be required to report at the allotted centre with their documents.
Govt. Quota (G) – General
Govt. Quota (G) – Hyd-Kar
Govt. Quota (G) - Special Category
NRI Quota (N)
Private Quota (P)
Other Quota (Q)
Name of the College
Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore
MVJ Medical College and Research Hospital, Bangalore
Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences, Mandya
Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences, Hassan
Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hubli
Vijaynagar Institute of Medical Sciences, Bellary
Raichur Institute of Medical Sciences,Raichur
Employees State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) Medical
Gulbarga Institute of Medical Sciences, Gulbarga
Mysore Medical College, Mysore
Belgaum Institute of Medical Sciences, Belagavi
Gadag Institute of Medical Sciences, Gadag
Chamrajanagar Institute of Medical Sciences, Karnataka
Karwar Institute of Medical Sciences, Karwar
Kodagu Institute of Medical Sciences, Madikeri
Dr. BR Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore
Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore
M S Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore
Khaja Banda Nawaz Institute of Medical Sciences, Gulbarga
Vydehi Institute Of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Bangalore
A J Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Mangalore
Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital, Bangalore
Basaveswara Medical College and Hospital, Chitradurga
Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medical Sciences Bellur
Al-Ameen Medical College,Bijapur
S. Nijalingappa Medical College & HSK Hospital & Research Centre, Bagalkot
SDM College of Medical Sciences & Hospital, Sattur, Dharwad
Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College, Gulbarga
Navodaya Medical College, Raichur
Father Mullers Institue of Medical Education and Research, Mangalore
K V G Medical College, Sullia
JJM Medical College, Davangere
Sapthagiri Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Bangalore
Subbaiah Institute of Medical Sciences, Shimoga, Karnataka
BGS Global Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore
East Point College of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Bangalore
St. Johns Medical College, Bangalore
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum
Application Form print out
Bank Challan copy
NEET 2019 Admit Card
Secondary School Certificate
2nd PUC or Class 12 mark sheet
Two passport size recent photograph
Study certificate attested by Block Education Officer (BEO) or Deputy Director of Public Instruction (DDPI) (depending on the candidates' eligibility clause).
After the completion of each round of Karnataka MBBS counselling 2019, a seat allotment list will be issued by the authorities. The result of second round counselling has been released on July 30, 2019. The Karnataka medical/dental second round allotment result will show candidates their Name, Claimed Category, Rank, Discipline, College allotted, Course allotted, Category allotted, Allotted date and the fee to be paid (comprising per annum tuition fee, University registration fee and KEA fees).
The counselling of Karnataka MBBS 2019 will be conducted by Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA).
Counselling for Karnataka MBBS 2019 will begin after the release of provisional merit list.
The counselling of Karnataka MBBS 2019 will be conducted online.
The Karnataka MBBS admissions 2019 will be taken on merit-cum-preference basis, so the candidates will be asked to choose the institutes according to their NEET 2019 score.
Only those candidates whose name will appear in the verified list published after the document verification session will be eligible for Karnataka MBBS 2019 counselling.
A mock round of counselling will be conducted before the final option filling session to give the candidates an idea of the college they can get according to their merit.
The result of mock counselling will be published before the release of seat allotment list so that candidates can change their choices according to the result.
There will be three rounds of counselling and if the seats remain vacant then the vacant seats will be transferred to the respective colleges.
The option entered by the candidates before the first round of seat allotment remains same for the subsequent rounds of counselling.
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