KRLMPCA Medical 2016 Counselling
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UPES - School of Health Sciences

KRLMPCA Medical 2016 Counselling: Karnataka Religious and Linguistic Minority Professional Colleges Association (KRLMPCA), the counselling conducting authority, will conduct KRLMPCA Medical Counselling 2016 from September 20 to 26 for admissions to MBBS and BDS seats under the association. Candidates who have participated in NEET-1 or NEET-2 will be called for KRLMPCA Medical 2016 counselling as per their ranks in NEET 2016, released on August 16, 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 under their control. KRLMPCA Medical 2016 Counselling will be held in offline mode for admissions to 1400 MBBS and 680 BDS seats under the association.


Highlights of KRLMPCA Medical Counselling 2016:

  • Candidates will be called for counselling as per their ranks in the merit list, which will be based on the scores of NEET 2016 results

  • Candidate whose name will appear in the KRLMPCA Medical 2016 merit list will have to appear in person for the KRLMPCA Medical 2016 Counselling

  • If a candidate fails to attend the first round of counseling in person along with the requisite original documents is eligible to attend the further rounds of counseling

KRLMPCA 2016 Counselling Schedule:



Commencement of first round of counselling

September 20 to 21

Last date of reporting to college based on seat allotment after first counselling

September 21

Second round of counselling

September 25 and 26

Last date of reporting to college after seat allotment after second round of counselling

September 26

Candidates can check below for the list of documents to be produced during KRLMPCA 2016 counselling process:

  • NEET 2016 Admission Ticket- Click here

  • Score card of NEET 2016- Click here

  • SSLC/10th or equivalent certificate for date of birth proof – Photo copy

  • One recent passport size photograph

  • Religious (Muslim)/ Linguistic (Kodava, Tulu, Tamil, Telugu); Minority certificate issued by the competent authority - Photo copy

  • PUC/10+2 Mark-sheet – Photo copy

  • Domicile/ resident certificate (for all categories)

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will aiims proceed their counseling according to neet scores ?or their are high possibility that they will prepare their own merit list 1st i.e retain their individual aggregates? or take a separate test for AR & gk

Ashish pal Student Expert 16th Oct, 2019

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As per latest information most probably there will be a single councelling for Neet exam. All the Colleges of neet will follow councelling according to neet score and there will be no separate counselling for it also. This is going to be helpful for students in many ways. I suggest you to just focus on your studies and get a good result out of it

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What will be eligibility criteria for aiims after being combined with neet?

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Since , there will be no more aiims ug now  and admission in aiims will be on the basis of neet , so now students need to check their eligibility for neet exam , to be eligible for Neet, candidates  need to have completed  10+2 or equivalent from a recognized board with percentage;UR - 50%, OBC/SC/ST - 40%, PWD - 45% ; percentage here is for pcb aggregate and there's no maximum age limit but minimum age limit is 17 years. For more and detailed information go through

Whether NEET eligibility depends on all subjects of 12th ...? or only PCB..? or PCB with English...?

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 16th Oct, 2019

You need to pass all the subjects in your 12th and then score the minimum required aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. For being eligible in NEET, you should score a minimum aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST.


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