KIITEE Medical 2016 Counselling - Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, the counselling conducting authority, will conduct KIITEE Medical counselling from August 29, 2016 for admissions to MBBS and BDS programmes. Candidates who have participated in NEET-1 or NEET-2 will be called for counselling of KIITEE Medical 2016 as per their ranks in NEET 2016. As per the Supreme Court’s ruling on May 9, 2016, private and deemed medical universities will have to accept NEET 2016 scores for providing admissions to MBBS and BDS seats in their respective medical and dental colleges. KIITEE Medical 2016 Counselling will be held in offline mode at University Campus. Check below for the detailed procedure of KIITEE Medical 2016 Counselling.
KIITEE Medical 2016 Counselling Venue
Campus-VI, Convention Centre,
Important highlights of KIITEE Medical Counselling 2016 are listed below:
The counselling of KIITEE Medical 2016 will be held in offline mode as per the counselling schedule
KIITEE Medical 2016 counselling will be conducted from August 29, 2016
It is mandatory for the candidates to carry their rank cards at the time of counselling
Candidates who will be called for the counseling, have to bring their original documents
Candidates also have to bring a demand draft of Rs. 62000, which includes the counselling registration fees of Rs. 6000 in favor of KIIT Universty, payable at Bhubaneswar
Verification of documents will be done at the time of counselling/admission so as to verify records on identification, age, etc.
For Reserved category candidates:
SC/ST - Relevant Certificate issued by the Competent Authority, clearly indicating the Reservation Criteria claimed by the candidate
PC - Physically Challenged certificate issued by authorized Medical Board
Candidates can check below for the list of documents (original) to be carried at the time of KIITEE Medical 2016 Counselling:
Rank Card of KIITEE Medical 2016-Click Here
Class 10th certificate
Class 12th Mark sheet and Pass Certificate
School leaving certificate
Reservation of Seats:
KIITEE Medical 2016 Quota seats are distributed among different categories of candidates as follows. Refer the table below for reservation of seats:
% of seats
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Scheduled Tribe (ST)
Note: The detailed counselling schedule will be updated as and when released by the counselling conducting authority.
Stay tuned to www.medicine.careers360.com for more information on KIITEE Medical 2016
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