Yenepoya Medical 2016 Counselling
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Yenepoya Medical 2016 Counselling - The Counselling of Yenepoya Medical 2016 is scheduled to begin from August 27, 2016. Yenepoya Medical counselling 2016 will be conducted in an offline mode. Candidats who have obtained a merit rank in Yenepoya medical 2016 will only be eligible to partcipate in the counselling procedure. The admit card of Yenepoya medical 2016 counselling (sent on candidte's email id) and a demand draft are a must for entry to the counselling venue. This must also be noted that candidates who will not report at the venue during their counselling procedure will not be allowed to appear in the sunsequent rounds of counselling. Candidates can check below for the counselling schedule of Yenpoya medical 2016.

 

Yenepoya Medical Counselling schedule on August 27, 2016

Rank

Reporting Time

1-100

08:00 AM

101-200

10:00 AM

201-300

12:00 Noon

301-400

02:00 PM

401-500

04:00 PM

Yenepoya Medical Counselling schedule on August 28, 2016

Rank

Reporting Time

501-700

09:00 AM

701-900

11:00 AM

901-1000

01:00 PM

Day 1 (27-08-2016): Counselling for MBBS/ BDS admissions for rank numbers between 1 and 500.

The numbers of seats available for MBBS to be filled are 115

General: 32, Karnataka Muslim: 51, All India Muslim: 32

 

The numbers of seats available for BDS to be filled are 85.

General: 30, Karnataka Muslim: 34, All India Muslim: 21.

 

Day 2 (28-08-2016): Counselling for the remaining BDS admissions for rank numbers 500 to 1000

 

 

Venue of Yenepoya Medical 2016 Counselling

Yendurance Zone

Yenepoya Medical University,

University Road,

Deralakatte, Mangalore

575108

Highlights of Yenepoya medical 2016 Counselling:

  • Candidates must report on time as per your Rank in the Yenepoya University Merit list.  

  • Candidates who do not report at the allotted time will not be allowed to participate in the counseling.

  • Candidates need to come at the allotted time. Arriving earlier than the allotted time will not be entertained. Hence, you will need to report only at the allotted time on your admit card.

  • You will need to come to the campus through the main entrance of the Yenepoya University campus.

  • Contact Number (only for counseling related from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM ): +(91)99809 16755

List of the documents to be produced at the time of Counselling:

  • Marks cards of the Qualifying examination

  • SSLC Marks Card

  • Conduct certificate from the school/college last attended

  • Transfer certificate

  • Migration certificate

  • Eligibility certificate (for those who studied PUC outside Karnataka)

  • Community Certificate

  • Domicile/Nativity Certificate

  • 2 sets of Xeroxed copies of all the above documents

  • Colour photos (Passport size)-12

MBBS: The Student need to pay Course Fee of Rs.12,07,000/- and Hostel Fee of Rs.1,49,000/- by demand draft in favor of "Yenepoya Medical College" payable at Mangalore at the time of counselling towards first year fee.

 

BDS: The Student need to pay Course Fee of Rs.4,57,000/- and Hostel Fee of Rs.1,49,000/- by demand draft in favor of "Yenepoya Dental College" payable at Mangalore at the time of counselling towards first year fee. (Payment of fee is mandatory for seat allotment on counselling day)

 

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