KCET Medical 2015 Cutoff: The exam conducting authority of KCET Medical 2015, i.e. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has released a mock cutoff list for KCET Medical 2015. The cutoff list of KCET Medical 2015 has been released after the declaration of KCET Medical 2015 Result. The KCET Medical 2015 Result has declared the result on June 1, 2015.Candidates can check below for the cut off list of KCET Medical 2015.Latest: KCET Medical 2016 Result has been declared
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Cut off rank of KCET Medical 2015 depends on the various factors, such as number of applicants, difficulty level of the exam, marks scored by the candidates, in take capacity of participating institutions/colleges and cutoff rank of previous year.
Candidates can check below for the last year Cut off Rank for ‘General Merit’ category of five colleges offering MBBS Course:
Candidates can check some of the popular medical and dental colleges of Karnataka from the table below. This table is based on the candidate’s preference who took admission through KCET Medical 2014 score.
Name of colleges/institutes
Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute
Kasturba Medical College, KMC Manipal
Mysore Medical College, Mysore
Father Muller Institute of Med. Education & Research, Mangalore
M.S. Ramaiah Medical College
*Based on the 2014 official data of KCET Medical
Candidates securing the qualifying marks in KCET Medical 2015 will be offered admissions to MBBS and BDS programmes on the basis of merit/marks scored.
Important features of KCET Medical 2015 Cutoff are given below:
The merit for MBBS and BDS programmes will be determined on the basis of marks secured by candidates taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in KCET Medical 2015 entrance exam
Based on the performance of candidates in the KCET Medical 2015, a rank and merit list will be prepared
All those candidates who will be eligible to take admission in MBBS and BDS programme will be considered for allotment of seats according to their rank and merit list
Candidates can check below for the list of colleges (medical/dental) with the number of seats in the state of Karnataka. These seats are based on last year data.
Names of Colleges/Institutes
Type of Institutes
Srinivasa Institute of Medical Research Center
ESI Medical College
Dr.M.R.Ambedkar Dental College and Hospital
Sri Rajiv Gandhi Dental College
Raja Rajeshwari Dental College and Hospital
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The qualifying marks in the KCET Medical 2015 for general category is 50% whereas candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC categories needs to secure 40% marks in the entrance exam.
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