NUUGET 2015 Counselling
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UPES - School of Health Sciences

NUUGET 2015 Counselling:  The second round of NUUGET 2015 Counselling is scheduled to be conducted on July 29, 2015 for 4 vacant MBBS seats (created by withdrawals) for the academic year 2015. All the candidates as per the merit list of NUUGET 2015 from Rank number 001 to 450 are eligible to participate in the second round of NUUGET 2015 Counselling.


NUUGET 2015 Counselling Schedule and Venue:

NUGGET 2015 Counselling Time

NUUGET 2015 Counselling Venue

09: 00 AM

3rd Floor,

K S Hegde Medical Academy,

Deralakatte, Mangalore,


All 115 MBBS seats in NITTE University were filled in the first round of NUUGET 2015 Counselling.The Counselling of NUUGET 2015 was concluded on June 30, 2015 with the seat allotment of Round 1 of NUUGET 2015. The allotment of MBBS and BDS seats were done strictly on the basis of candidate’s rank in NUUGET 2015 entrance exam. 


As all the MBBS seats were filled in the first counsellinmg round, the Second Counselling of NUUGET 2015 BDS admissions is scheduled to be held on July 10, 2015. All the eligible candidates with the Rank 1001 and onwards are required to be present at the same venue at 09:00 AM on July 10, 2015.


Candidates appearing for NUUGET 2015 BDS Second Counselling are required to bring the below listed original documents:

  • TAT -Test Admission Ticket(NUUGET-2015 Hall Ticket)

  • SSLC (or equivalent) Marks card and Pass Certificate (proof for date of birth)

  • PUC/10+2 Marks cards (original or Downloaded from NET attested by Principal)

  • Transfer Certificate

  • Conduct Certificate

  • Migration certificate (for candidates other than Karnataka PU board)

  • Medical Fitness Certificate- from certified Govt. Medical Practitioner

  • Blood group certificate

  • 5 passport size + 5 stamp size colour photographs

  • DD for Rs. 4,46,000/- favouring “A B Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences”, payable at Mangalore

 The MBBS and BDS classes for the session 2015 in NITEE university is scheduled to commence from August 1, 2015.


The Counselling of NUUGET 2015 for the MBBS programme was concluded June 29, 2015 whereas NUUGET 205 Counselling for the BDS programme was concluded on June 30, 2015.


For MBBS programme- Counselling Date - June 29, 2015: Candidates with Rank 001 to 200 were present at 10:00 AM and candidates with Rank 201 to 400 were present at 1:30 PM at the below mentioned address


For BDS programme- Counselling Date- June 30, 2015: Candidates with Rank Number 001 to 1000 were present at 10:00 AM at the below mentioned address:


Counselling venue of NUUGET 2015 BDS programme

NITEE Institute of Banking and Finance,

Paneer Campus, Kotekar- Beeri Road,

Deralakatte- Mangalore

MBBS Seat Matrix: 23 NRI+ KCET 12+ NUUGET 115= 150


BDS Seat Matrix:  15 NRI+ NUUGET 85=100


NUUGET 2015 Counselling was based on the merit list of the candidates who had qualified the entrance exam of NUUGET 2015. NUUGET 2015 entrance was conducted successfully on May 11, 2015 at various allotted centres.

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The result and Merit list of NUUGET 2015 has been declared on June 13, 2015, announcing the names of the candidates who have to undergo the counselling procedure of NUUGET 2015.

NUUGET 2015 is conducted by Nitte University for admission to undergraduate program in Bachelor’s of Medicine and Bachelor’s of Surgery (MBBS), and Bachelor’s of Dental Studies (BDS).

The exam conducting authority, Nitte University has declared the result list which includes the candidate’s scores, name and merit position. Based on the NUUGET 2015 merit list and rank the allotment of MBBS and BDS seats in medical and dental college of consortium will be done.

Candidates can check below for the NUUGET 2015 Counselling schedule for MBBS and BDS Programme:



Counselling Status

June 29, 2015


First Counselling

June 30, 2015


First Counselling

July 10, 2015


Second Counselling


Candidates are required to bring the original and 3 set of photocopies of the below listed documents: 

  • Passing certificate of 10th and 12th standard along with the marksheets

  • NUUGET 2015 Admit Card- Click Here

  • Result/Score card of NUUGET 2015

  • Transfer Certificate

  • Conduct Certificate
  • Migration Certificate (for candidates other than Karnataka PU Board)
  • Medical Fitness Certificate-from Govt.Medical Practitioner
  • Blood Group Certificate
  • 5 Passport size + 5 Stamp size colour Photograph
  • DD of Rs. 6, 36,000 favouring " K S Hegde Medical Academy", Payable at Mangalore
  • DD of Rs. 4,46,000 favouring "A B Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Scineces"

As per the official notification, NUUGET 2015 Counselling is being conducted to enroll as many 150 candidates in K S Hegde Medical Academy and 100 candidates in A B Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental sciences Deralakatte, Mangalore.


If a candidate after obtaining a seat wishes to withdrew on or before July 10, 2015 , the candidate will lose 10% of the fees paid. If the withdrawl is later, 25% of the paid fees will be forfeited.


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