KRLMPCA Medical 2016 Merit List
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KRLMPCA Medical 2016 Merit List: Karnataka Religious and Linguistic Minority Professional Colleges Association (KRLMPCA), the counselling conducting authority of KRLMPCA MBBS and BDS admissions 2016 has released the provisional KRLMPCA medical merit list 2016 for Karnataka candidates. The provisional merit list of Non-Karnataka candidates will be aanounced on September 22, 2016. The KRLMPCA medical merit list 2016 has been issued as per NEET-1/NEET-2 scores as secured by the candidates. This comes after the Supreme Court’s ruling on May 9, 2016 on scrapping all private, deemed and central universities’ medical entrance examination from the academic session 2016-17.

 

Candidates who have appeared in NEET-1 or NEET-2 are only be eligible to participate in the counselling procedure of KRLMPCA Medical 2016.

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Important highlights of KRLMPCA Medical Merit List 2016:

  • The merit list has been released.

  • KRLMPCA Medical 2016 merit list consists of candidate’s name, merit rank and total marks obtained
  • Candidate whose name will appear in the merit list will have to undergo the counselling procedure of KRLMPCA Medical 2016 counselling procedure

  • KRLMPCA Medical 2016 Counselling will be conducted from September 20 to 26, 2016

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