Know all about the minority colleges in punjab for MBBS!

There are two minority colleges in Punjab for MBBS course. one is the Sikh minority college named as “Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Science & Research, Amritsar and the second is the Christian minority college named as “Christian Medical College”.

The counseling authority of Punjab is “Baba Farid University of Health Sciences”(BFUHS).

MinorityCollege Name
Sikh MinoritySri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Science & Research, Amritsar
Christian MinorityChristian Medical College, Ludhiana

Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Science & Research, Amritsar is a Sikh minority college which was founded in the year 1997 and it was affiliated to Baba Farid University Of Health Sciences upto 2016 but now it is affiliated Sri Guru Ram Das University of Health Sciences, Sri Amritsar and recognized by NMC (National Medical Commission). There are total 150 seats available at Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Scienece & Research. The Clinical teaching for medical students is conducted at Sri Guru Ram Das Charitable Hospital, Vallah.

FEE STRUCTURE FOR THESE TWO MINORITY COLLEGES

MBBS Fee structure for Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Science & Research, Amritsar is as bellow :

MBBSFEE (in Rs.)
1st YearRs. 9,45,000/-
2nd YearRs. 10,40,000/-
3rd YearRs. 11,34,000/-
4th YearRs. 12,29,000/-
5th YearRs. 6,62,000/-

Christian Medical College, Ludhiana is a Christian minority College which was been founded in the year 1894 and it is affiliated to “Baba Farid University of Health Sciences”, recognized by NMC (National Medical Commission). there are total 100 seats available in Christian Medical College.

IMPORTANT NOTICE : Christian Medical College increases 75 seats to 100 seats for the academic year 2021-22 

MBBS Fee structure for Christian Medical College, Ludhiana is as bellow :

College NameFee Structure
Christian Medical College, LudhianaRs. 6,60,000/- per annum
SEAT MATRIX FOR MINORITY COLLEGES
TypeGovernment Quota (CQ)Management Quota (MQ)Management (NRI Quota)
Private College (Minority)50%35%15%

పశ్చిమ బెంగాల్ NEET-UG 2021: కౌన్సెలింగ్ ప్రక్రియ, ఫీజు మరియు సీట్ మ్యాట్రిక్స్

వెస్ట్ బెంగాల్ (వెస్ట్ బెంగాల్ యూనివర్శిటీ ఆఫ్ హెల్త్ సైన్సెస్)లో MBBS/BDS అడ్మిషన్ కోరుకునే మెడికల్ స్టూడెంట్స్  తమ అప్లికేషన్ పూర్తిచేసి  WBMCC అడ్మిషన్ ప్రాసెస్ కోసం తమను తాము నమోదు చేసుకోవాలి. పశ్చిమ బెంగాల్, MBBS/BDS అడ్మిషన్ నీట్‌లో సాధించిన మార్కుల ఆధారంగా జరుగుతాయి. NEET పరీక్షలో అర్హత సాధించిన మరియు అర్హత ఉన్న అభ్యర్థులు మాత్రమే పశ్చిమ బెంగాల్ MBBS / BDS అడ్మిషన్ కోసం దరఖాస్తు ఫారమ్‌ను నమోదు చేసి నింపగలరు. WBUHS కౌన్సెలింగ్ మూడు రౌండ్లలో నిర్వహించబడుతుంది (రౌండ్ 1, రౌండ్ 2 మరియు తదుపరి రౌండ్లు). ప్రభుత్వ సీట్లు మరియు మేనేజ్‌మెంట్ కోటా సీట్లకు వెబ్ కౌన్సెలింగ్ ద్వారా సీటు ఎంపిక ఉంటుంది.

అడ్మిషన్ కి ఎలిజిబిలిటీ

అర్హత:

  • UR లో ఫిజిక్స్, కెమిస్ట్రీ, బయాలజీ & ఇంగ్లీషులో కనీసం 50% మార్కులతో 12వ లేదా (10+2  ఈక్వివాలన్సు) & SC/ST/OBC కి 40%.
  • నీట్‌లో అర్హత సాధించిన మరియు కనీస అర్హత శాతం స్కోర్ ద్వారా అడ్మిషన్ మరియు కౌన్సెలింగ్‌కు అర్హులు. NEET కౌన్సెలింగ్ రౌండ్‌లకు అర్హత సాధించడానికి అభ్యర్థులు కనీసం 50 పర్సంటైల్.  (SC/ST/OBCకి 40వ పర్సంటైల్ మరియు జనరల్-PH కోసం 45వ పర్సంటైల్) సాధించి  ఉండాలి.

వయస్సు:

NEET అర్హత కింద అడ్మిషన్ సమయంలో విద్యార్థి తప్పనిసరిగా 17 సంవత్సరాల వయస్సు పూర్తి చేసి ఉండాలి లేదా 1వ సంవత్సరం MBBS/BDS కోర్సులో అతను/ఆమె అడ్మిషన్ పొందిన సంవత్సరం డిసెంబర్ 31వ తేదీలోపు లేదా అంతకంటే ముందు వయస్సును పూర్తి చేయాలి.

ప్రభుత్వ సీట్లు (రాష్ట్ర కోటా).

ప్రభుత్వ కళాశాలల్లో సీట్లు మరియు ప్రైవేట్ కళాశాలల్లో ప్రభుత్వ కోట సీట్లు ఉంటాయి.

  • ప్రభుత్వ కళాశాలల్లో 85% సీట్లు (15% సీట్లు మినహాయించిన తర్వాత ఆల్ ఇండియా కోటాకు ట్రాన్స్ఫర్  చేయబడ్డాయి)
  • ప్రైవేట్ మెడికల్ కాలేజీలో 33% సీట్లు మరియు ప్రైవేట్ డెంటల్ కాలేజీలో 50% సీట్లు
  • MBBS/BDS యూనివర్సిటీ అడ్మిషన్  కోసం అందుబాటులో ఉన్న సీట్లలో 45% అభ్యర్థులకు రిజర్వ్ చేయబడుతుంది:
Scheduled Caste (SC)22%
Scheduled Tribes (ST)6%
Other Backward Classes -A (OBC-A)10%
Other Backward Classes -B (OBC-B)7%
Person With Disability –PHD
3%
  • ప్రభుత్వ మెడికల్ / డెంటల్ కాలేజీల్లో పేర్కొన్న మొత్తం సీట్లలో 10% ఆర్థికంగా బలహీన వర్గాలకు (EWS) రిజర్వ్ చేయబడింది.

మానేజ్మెంట్  కోటా

  • ప్రైవేట్ మెడికల్ కాలేజీ లో  52% మేనేజ్‌మెంట్ కోటా సీట్స్. 
  • ప్రైవేట్ మెడికల్ కాలేజీ లో 15% NRI కోటా (NRI/NRI స్పాన్సర్డ్) సీట్లు.

వెస్ట్ బెంగాల్ యూనివర్శిటీ ఆఫ్ హెల్త్ సైన్సెస్ సీట్ మ్యాట్రిక్స్

వెస్ట్ బెంగాల్ యూనివర్శిటీ ఆఫ్ హెల్త్ సైన్సెస్ సీట్ మ్యాట్రిక్స్స్టేట్ కోటఅల్ ఇండియా కోటమేనేజ్‌మెంట్ కోటామేనేజ్‌మెంట్ NRI కోటా
ప్రభుత్వ కాలేజీ 85% 15%
ప్రైవేట్ కాలేజీ 33% 52% 15%

మొదటి రౌండ్ మరియు రెండవ రౌండ్

Steps Of Counseling 
Release of information brochure
Online Registration/ Application form and payment through Online gateway 
Publication of registered candidates
Declaration of MBBS/BD Course seat matrix
Document Verification: Candidates are required to choose any one center for document verification at the time of registration.
Document Verification for NRI
Document Verification at Centres Physical
Publication of state list of eligible candidates for state Quota and Private Management Quota seats
Online Preference (Choices) Filling Process for MBBS/BDS Course
Release of first seat allotment list
Allotted Candidates to go for online admission at the respective colleges with necessary original documents and fees and to furnish discontinuation bond as per extant rule (Private college admission counters will be functional at RGKAR Medical College Kolkata)
Last date of reporting at the allotted institute
Second round Counselling
Fresh Registration Starts
Document Verification
Release of seat matrix
Release of second round seat allotment
Physical Reporting of the Allotted Candidates to the Respective Allotted Colleges

మాప్-అప్ రౌండ్

Publication of Vacancies for Mop up- round 
Publication of selection list for Mop up- Round 
Joining period of Mop up-Round 
Last date for filling Status Retention form 
Commencement of Academic Session

మాప్-అప్ రౌండ్ (లు): ప్రభుత్వ/ప్రైవేట్ కళాశాలల కోసం రెండు లేదా అంతకంటే ఎక్కువ రౌండ్ల సీట్ల కేటాయింపును నిర్వహించిన తర్వాత, అలాట్‌మెంట్ చేయకపోవడం, అడ్మిషన్ కోసం నివేదించకపోవడం మరియు చేరిన తర్వాత రాజీనామా చేయడం లేదా మరేదైనా కారణాల వల్ల సీట్లు ఖాళీగా ఉంటే, ఆ సీట్స్ మాప్-అప్ రౌండ్(ల)లో సీట్లు పూర్తి  చేయబడతాయి. మాప్-అప్ రౌండ్ వివరాలు నిర్ణీత సమయంలో వెబ్‌సైట్‌లో ప్రకటించబడతాయి.

ఎ) MOP-UP రౌండ్(ల)కు అర్హత:

  • అభ్యర్థులందరూ 1వ రౌండ్, 2వ రౌండ్‌లో అడ్మిషన్ పొందారు మరియు అడ్మిషన్‌ను పొందారు కానీ సంబంధిత గ్రూప్‌లో స్టేటస్ రిటెన్షన్ ఫారమ్‌ను నింపలేదు.
  • వెయిట్‌లిస్ట్‌లో ఉన్న అభ్యర్థులందరూ మరియు 1వ రౌండ్ మరియు 2వ రౌండ్‌లలో ఎవరికి సీట్ ఎంపిక అవ్వలేదో.

బి) మాప్-అప్ రౌండ్(ల)కు అభ్యర్థులు అర్హులు కాదు:

  • కంప్యూటరైజ్డ్ రౌండ్లలో సీటు కేటాయించబడిన మరియు సంబంధిత గ్రూపులో చేరని అభ్యర్థి
  • స్టేటస్ రేటెన్షన్  ఫారమ్ నింపిన అభ్యర్థి
  • మునుపటి రౌండ్లలో సీట్ల కేటాయింపు తర్వాత చేరిన మరియు రాజీనామా చేసిన అభ్యర్థులు.

మాప్-అప్ రౌండ్‌ల తర్వాత ఖాళీగా ఉన్న సీట్ల కోసం ఇన్‌స్టిట్యూట్ స్థాయి రౌండ్: అన్ని మాప్-అప్ రౌండ్‌ల తర్వాత ప్రైవేట్ కాలేజీల్లో సీటు(లు) ఖాళీగా ఉంటే, ఆ సీట్లను ఇన్‌స్టిట్యూషన్ లెవెల్ రౌండ్ ద్వారా  కాంపిటెంట్ అథారిటీ సంస్థ అనుమతితో భర్తీ చేస్తుంది. NEET-UG అడ్మిషన్ ఇంటర్-మెరిట్ ఆధారంగా స్టేట్ కోటా లో అర్హులైన అభ్యర్థులను అప్లికేషన్ కోసం పిలుస్తారు. ఈ ఖాళీ సీట్లకు డీన్ లేదా ప్రిన్సిపల్  అడ్మిషన్‌ను నిర్వహించాలి.

పశ్చిమ బెంగాల్ MBBS అడ్మిషన్ డాకుమెంట్స్

  • NEET అడ్మిట్ కార్డ్ 2021
  • NEET 2021 ఫలితం
  • తాత్కాలిక సీటు కేటాయింపు లేఖ
  • ప్రీ-కౌన్సెలింగ్ దశ సర్టిఫికెట్  స్లిప్
  • అభ్యర్థి పత్రాలు వెరిఫికేషన్ చేసిన తర్వాత  ఫైనల్ ధృవీకరణ స్లిప్
  • అప్లికేషన్ ఫి పేమెంట్ ప్రూఫ్
  • 10వ & 12వ తరగతి మార్కు షీట్
  • నివాస ధృవీకరణ పత్రం (ప్రొఫార్మా a1, a2, b)
  • తల్లిదండ్రుల నివాస ధృవీకరణ పత్రాన్ని సమర్పించినట్లయితే, తల్లిదండ్రుల ఓటరు కార్డ్/ఆధార్ కార్డ్/పాస్‌పోర్ట్
  • క్యాస్ట్ సర్టిఫికెట్
  • SC/ST/OBC A/OBC B సర్టిఫికేట్, వర్తిస్తే, సమర్థ పశ్చిమ బెంగాల్ రాష్ట్ర అధికారం ద్వారా జారీ చేయబడింది
  • ఆర్థోపెడిక్ ఫిజికల్ డిసేబిలిటీ సర్టిఫికేట్, వర్తిస్తే, తప్పనిసరిగా IPGMER-కోల్‌కతా మెడికల్ బోర్డ్ జారీ చేయాలి. డాక్యుమెంట్ వెరిఫికేషన్ సమయంలో ఇతర PH ప్రమాణపత్రం సరిపోదు.
  • వయసు ప్రూఫ్

ప్రభుత్వ కళాశాలల ఫీజు

Name of the Government CollegesFees (Per annum)
Employees State Insurance Corporation Medical College1,00,000/-
Murshidabad Medical College & Hospitals9,000/-
Medical College Kolkata9,000/-
Bankura Sammilani Medical College9,166/-
Burdwan Medical College9,000/-
Calcutta National Medical College.9,000/-
North Bengal Medical College9,000/-
RG Kar Medical College9,000/-
Nilratan Sircar Medical College9,000/-
Diamond Harbour Government Medical College and Hospital9,000/-
Raiganj Government Medical College & Hospital9,000/-
Rampurhat Government Medical College & Hospital9,000/-
Coochbehar Government Medical College & Hospital9,000/-
College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital9,000/-
Malda Medical College & Hospital9,000/-
College of Medicine and JNM Hospital9,000/-
Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research9,000/-
Midnapore Medical College11,144/-

ప్రైవేట్  కళాశాలల ఫీజు

Names of the Private CollegesGovt. Quota(per sem)Mngt. Quota(per sem)
Shri Ramkrishna Institute of Medical Sciences & Sanaka Hospitals2,74,000/-10,94,000/-
Jagannath Gupta Institute of Medical Sciences & Hospital2,74,000/-10,94,000/-
Gouri Devi Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital2,74,000/-10,75,000/-
IQ-City Medical College2,74,000/-10,94,000/-
ICARE Institute of Medical Sciences & Research2,28,000/-9,12,000/-
KPC Medical College12,50,000/-(total course fee)49,50,000/-(total course fee)

పైన పేర్కొన్న ఫీజు  అడ్మిషన్ ఫీజు, కాషన్ డిపాజిట్ మరియు ఇతర ఇతర ఛార్జీలు మినహాయించబడిన ఫీజు.

Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) Important clauses to be known during online registration counseling UG NEET 2021-22

If any of the below mentioned clauses are irrelevant or not applicable, Please do not fill the details. There are chances that KEA might deny the application under the Eligibility Clause.

The candidates who are claiming eligibility under Clauses ‘c’ and ‘d’, i.e., Horanadu and Gadinadu Candidates and those who have qualified in UG NEET-2021 but not attended the Kannada Language Test on 30-08-2021, such candidates have to appear for the Kannada Language Test in Bangalore on 18-12-2021 (11.30 am to 12.30 pm) as notified to become eligible to claim Government seats.

The SC / ST/Category-I / 2A, 2B, 3A, and 3B and other eligibility criteria are applicable to Karnataka candidates who are eligible to claim eligibility for Government seats under clauses (a), (b), (f), (h), (j), (k) (l) and (o) and the same is not applicable to eligibility clauses (c), (d), (e), (g), (i), (m) and (n) to claim Government Seats and Government quota seats. Reservation of seats in certain categories such as Rural, Kannada, etc, and in Special Categories such as NCC, Sports, etc is applicable only to Karnataka candidates who are eligible for Government seats and Government Quota seats.

*Karnataka Candidates and who are claiming eligibility for Government seats under clauses (a), (b), (f), (h), (j), (k), (l), and (o) are only eligible for GMP seats.

GENERAL ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Mere registration does not entitle a candidate to allotment of seat. He / She must fulfill the conditions of eligibility during document verification produced by the candidates.

a) The candidate who fulfills the eligibility conditions laid down in CET-2006 admission rules and have qualified in UGNEET-2021 but not attended the documents earlier for verification of documents will have to register compulsorily and appear for verification with all the marks cards, relevant documents for verification (with all the necessary documents / certificates) as per the schedule which will be notified on the KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in
b) The educational qualifications / eligibility criteria prescribed by the Competent Authority in regulations / guidelines issued from time to time will be applicable in deciding the eligibility.
c) Eligibility / admissions / allotments made to and by the colleges shall be subject to approval
by MCI / DCI / Government / RGUHS / Concerned University / Apex Bodies / etc

Academic Eligibility for all seats

1. ELIGIBILITY for Government seats (G):

  • A candidate who fulfills the following criteria is eligible to appear for the online seat allotment process, namely:-
  • The candidate should fulfill the academic eligibility criteria as given above and has qualified in the UGNEET 2021 (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test).
  • The candidates who fulfill the eligibility criteria in accordance with the Karnataka Selection of Candidates for Admission to Government Seats in Professional Educational Institutions Rules, 2006 (in short Rules) as amended from time to time.
  • He / She is a citizen of India and satisfies any one of the following conditions: – NOTE:  Each condition is specified as a clause and is individually referred by a code.
  • The relevant documents to be produced for verification of documents in support of the claim for each of the Clauses are also detailed below the respective clauses.
  • The candidates who do not satisfy any of the Clauses / Eligibility Criteria detailed below and the candidates who do not produce the prescribed documents in original will not be eligible for admission to professional courses under Government quota seats.
  • Other than the certificate mentioned in clauses, if a candidate claiming seat under Article 371 (j) Hyderabad-Karnataka region reservation, candidate should produce eligibility certificate from the concerned Assistant Commissioner as per the format in Annexure.
1.1 Clause a

The candidate should have studied and passed in one or more Government or Government recognised educational institutions located in the State of Karnataka for a minimum period of SEVEN academic years commencing from 1st standard to 2nd PUC / 12th standard as on
1st July of the year in which the Entrance Test is held and must have appeared and passed either SSLC / 10th standard or 2nd PUC / 12th standard examination from Karnataka State. In case of the candidate who had taken more than one year to pass a class or standard, the years of academic study is counted as one year only.

Documents to be produced for Clause a:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card,
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate,
3) Candidate’s Study Certificate;
4) If claiming Rural quota: – Rural Study Certificate from 1st to 10th std for Ten Complete Years.
5) If claiming Kannada Medium quota: Kannada Medium Study Certificate from 1st to 10thstd for Ten Complete Years;.
6) If claiming reservation benefits: Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar- For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in form E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form F.

1.2 Clause b

The candidate should have studied and passed either 1st and 2nd year Pre-University Examination or 11th and 12th standard examination within the State of Karnataka from an Educational Institution run or recognized by the State Government and that either of the parents
should have studied in Karnataka for a minimum period of SEVEN years.

Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card,
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
3) If claiming reservation benefits:- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Tahsildar- For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in Form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F., along with – a study certificate for either of the parent having studied for at least 7 years in Karnataka from the Head of the educational institution where he/she had studied.
(b) the candidate’s study certificate for having studied both 1st & 2nd PUC or 11th & 12th standard in Karnataka issued by the head of the educational institution.

1.3 Clause c

The candidate and either of the parent’s mother tongue should be Kannada, Tulu or Kodava and either of parent was domiciled in the state of Karnataka, such candidate should have passed the qualifying examination from a University or Board or any other Institution located outside Karnataka and should be residing outside the State of Karnataka as on 1st May of 2021. Provided that the candidate shall undergo a Kannada Language test conducted by KEA.


Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with 3) a domicile certificate issued by the concerned Revenue or Municipal Authorities certifying that the candidate and his either of parent have resided outside the state of Karnataka as on 01-05-2021. The place of the Issuing authority should correspond to the place of domicile of the candidate/father/mother.
4) a domicile certificate issued by concerned Revenue Authorities of the state of Karnataka regarding the previous domicile of the father/mother of the candidate as a place in the state of Karnataka. The place of the Issuing authority should correspond to the place of domicile of the father/mother.
5) Candidate’s Study certificate, Transfer Certificate, with mother-tongue details.
6) Father / Mother 10th standard marks card / cumulative record in original in support of mother tongue as Kannada / Tulu / Kodava.
7) A duly sworn declaration regarding the mother tongue of the candidates.

1.4 Clause d

A candidate whose mother tongue is Kannada, Tulu, or Kodava should have resided and studied for a period of SEVEN YEARS between 1st and 12th standards in disputed Kannada speaking area of South Sholapur or Akkalkot or Jath or Gadhinglaj Taluks of Maharashtra State or Kasargod or Hosadurga or Manjeshwar Taluks of Kerala State. Provided that the candidate shall undergo a Kannada Language test conducted by KEA.


Documents to be produced:

1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card and 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with
2) Residential certificate from the concerned Tahsildar of the respective disputed Taluk.
3) Candidate’s study certificate issued by the head of an institution, which should be countersigned by Taluk
Education Officer, with mother-tongue details. 4) A duly sworn declaration regarding the mother tongue of the candidate.
NOTE: The candidates claiming eligibility under Clauses ‘c’ and ‘d’ above, should invariably speak, read and
write Kannada and must secure a minimum of 12 marks in Kannada Language Test to be conducted by KEA
as otherwise, they will not be eligible. (only to newly registered candidates, those UGCET-2021 candidates who have already appeared for
Kannada examination on 01-08-2021 are not eligible to appear for Kannada Language Test once again)

1.5 Clause e
In the case of a candidate who is son or daughter of defense personnel who has worked continuously in Karnataka for a minimum period of one year in Karnataka during the Two year period of study of candidates in PUC / 11th and 12th Standard course. The candidate should have studied and passed the qualifying examination from any Government or Government recognized educational institution located in the State of Karnataka.


Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with 3) The candidate’s study certificate for having studied 2nd PUC or equivalent examination in Karnataka issued by the head of the educational institution.
4) Employment certificate of the parent issued by the Controlling Office where the parent is working indicating the period during which he has worked in the State of Karnataka i.e., from the reporting date to date.

1.6 Clause f
Son or daughter of serving Defense personnel from Karnataka who at the time of joining the Defense service had declared his / her hometown a place in the State of Karnataka. Proof of such domicile should be obtained and produced by obtaining the extract from the AG’s branch (Army Hqs) respective branch of integrated HQ of MoD for Officers and respective Record Offices for JCOs / OR. Further, the candidate should have passed the Qualifying Exam from a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.


Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
3) If claiming reservation benefits:- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar as per the prescribed format given in the brochure along with Parent’s home town declaration certificate while joining the service issued by respective branch of integrated HQ
of MoD for Officers and respective Record Offices for JCOs / OR.

1.7 Clause g
In the case of a candidate who is a son or daughter of a defence personnel who had served in Karnataka for at least one year and is posted on duty to the disturbed areas of Jammu and Kashmir or North-East and whose family is permitted by Defence Authorities to continue to stay in Karnataka. Such a candidate should have studied and passed the qualifying examination from any Government or Government recognized educational institution located in Karnataka.


Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with
3) The candidate’s study certificate for having studied 2nd PUC or equivalent examination in Karnataka was issued by the head of the educational institution. Service certificate of the parent issued by the Controlling Office indicating the period during which the parent has worked in Karnataka and a certificate showing the present place of posting, indicating that his family is permitted to stay in Karnataka. The present working place of the parent should be indicated in NAME and not by CODE NUMBERS.

1.8 Clause h
Son or daughter of an ex-servicemen who at the time of joining the defence service had declared a place in Karnataka as his home town, proof of such domicile should be obtained and produced from the “Deputy Director, Department of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement” of
that District and the same should countersigned by the Director Department of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement. Further, the candidate should have passed the Qualifying Exam from a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.
Documents to be produced:

  1. SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
  2. 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
  3. If claiming reservation benefits :- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar- For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in Form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F
  4. Parent’s home town declaration certificate while joining the service issued by the Joint Director / Deputy Director of the concerned district and countersigned by the Director, Department of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement, Bangalore.

1.9 Clause i
In the case of a candidate being a son or daughter of an employee of the Union Government or an employee of the Union or Karnataka State Government Undertaking or Joint Sector Undertaking, who is liable to be transferred anywhere in India as per the terms
and conditions of his employment and has worked in Karnataka for a minimum period of one year in Karnataka during the Two year period of study of candidates in PUC / 11th and 12th Standard course and such candidate has studied and passed the qualifying examination from any Government or Government recognised educational institution located in the State of Karnataka


Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with
3) The candidate’s study certificate for having studied 2nd PUC or equivalent examination in Karnataka issued by the head of the educational institution.
4) A certificate from the employer indicating the parent’s period of employment in the State of Karnataka and also showing that he is transferable anywhere in India.
5) A certificate from employer indicating parent as an employee of Union Government or an employee of the Union or Karnataka State Government Undertaking or Joint Sector Undertaking.

1.10 Clause j
Son or daughter of a working or retired employee of the Union Government or employee of Union or Karnataka State Government undertaking or Joint Sector undertaking where such employee; (a) had declared to the employer at the time of joining service any
place in Karnataka to be his home town; and (b) had studied in any Government or Government recognised educational institution or institutions located in Karnataka for a minimum period of seven years; and was or is liable to be transferred anywhere in India as per the terms and conditions of his employment. Further, the candidate should have passed the Qualifying Exam from a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.

Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate
3) If claiming reservation benefits:- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned
Tahsildar- For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in Form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F Along
with
a. A study certificate of the parent employee for having studied for at least 7 years in the
State of Karnataka from the Head of the educational institution where he/she had
studied.
b. Home town declaration certificate of the parent employee while joining the service
and showing that he is transferable anywhere in India issued by the employer.

1.11 Clause k
Son or daughter of Members of Parliament elected from Karnataka. Further, the candidate should have passed the Qualifying Exam from a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.


Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
3) If claiming reservation benefits:- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned
Tahsildar- For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F.
4) Certificate showing that the parent is / was a Member of Parliament elected from Karnataka
issued by the Parliament Secretariat.

1.12 Clause l
Son or daughter of serving or retired employee:(a) belonging to All India Service of Karnataka cadre; and (b) of the Karnataka State Government, who has served or is serving outside the State of Karnataka during the period corresponding to Candidate’s study outside
the State from 1st standard to 2nd PUC or 12th standard examination can be added to make up the seven years study within Karnataka as required under clause (a) above.

Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate ;
3) If claiming reservation benefits :- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar- For SC / ST in Form-D, Category-I in Form-E and 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B in Form-F, along with – 4) Certificate from the Principal Secretary / Deputy Secretary / Under Secretary, DPAR, Government of Karnataka, Bangalore where the parent belongs to All India Service of Karnataka cadre stating that the parent is a member of such All India Cadre. The certificate should also indicate the period during which he has served or is serving outside the state of Karnataka and if the parent is a State Government Employee, a certificate from the concerned Head of the Department or the Head of the Office where such parent is employed should be
produced in this regard.

1.13 Clause m
Son or daughter of Jammu & Kashmiri migrants, proof of such migration (IDENTITY CARD) should be obtained and produced from the jurisdictional “District Magistrate and Deputy Commissioner” of any state in India.


Documents to be produced :
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with
An original certificate (IDENTITY CARD) issued by the Jurisdictional District Magistrate and Deputy Commissioner of any state in India, as the proof of migration. The candidates who are claiming eligibility under clause ‘m’ are eligible only for the seats earmarked by the Government.

1.14 Clause n
The candidates who have studied TEN full academic years in Kannada Medium from 1st standard to 10th standard in places outside the state of Karnataka. Such candidates need not appear for Kannada Language Test conducted by KEA. Provided the candidate should have studied and passed the Qualifying Exam from any Government or Government recognised educational institution.

Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate along with – 3) A domicile certificate issued by the concerned Revenue or Municipal Authorities certifying
that the candidate and his father/mother have resided outside the state of Karnataka as of 01-05-2021. The place of the Issuing authority should correspond to the place of domicile of the candidate/father/mother.
4) Candidate’s Study certificate, for having studied in Kannada Medium from 1st standard to 10th standard issued by the head of the institution.

1.15 Clause o
Son / Daughter of working or Retired employee in Central Armed Police Force service, who at the time of joining the CAPF service (Central Armed Police Force) had declared the hometown as a place in the State of Karnataka, proof of such domicile having been produced by obtaining the extract from the Record Office of the CAPF Unit where the Parent’s service record are maintained. Further, the candidate should have passed the Qualifying Exam from a University or Board or any other institution located anywhere in India.


Documents to be produced:
1) SSLC / 10th standard Marks Card
2) 2nd PUC / 12th standard Marks Card of the candidate;
3) If claiming reservation benefits:- Caste / Caste Income Certificate issued by Concerned Tahsildar as per the prescribed format given in the brochure; along with
4) Parent’s hometown declaration certificate while joining the service issued by Record Office of the CAPF unit, where the parents service records are maintained.


NOTE: The contents of the documents submitted by the candidates should be either in Kannada or English languages only. If the documents are in any other language, the same should be translated to Kannada or English language through the concerned authorities with signature and seal and should be produced during allotment of seats. Otherwise, the KEA reserves the
right to reject the same.

1.16 Original Documents required for 1st category seats (G):
Mandatory documents

  1. The final print out of the Online Application Form.
  2. Proof for having paid the application fees.
  3. ‘UG NEET 2021’ Admission Ticket and UGNEET-2021 Score Card
  4. SSLC / 10th Standard Marks Card
  5. 2nd PUC / 12th Standard Marks Card
  6. Study Certificate counter signed by the concerned BEO / DDPI
  7. TWO recent passport size photographs.

If applicable the following documents should be produced,

  1. Kannada Medium Study Certificate counter signed by the concerned BEO, for the candidates claiming Kannada Medium reservation benefits.
  2. Rural Study Certificate counter signed by the concerned BEO and NCLC certificate (only for GM candidates).
  3. Caste Certificate / Caste Income Certificate / Income Certificate obtained from the concerned Tahasildhar, for the candidates claiming Reservation benefits. (Caste and Income Certificate in Form ‘D’ in case of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and in Form ‘E’ in case
    of Category-I and a Caste Income Certificate in Form ‘F’ for other backward classes like 2A, 2B, 3A and 3B, issued by the jurisdictional Tahasildhar)
  4. Hyderabad-Karnataka Region Reservation (Article 371 (j):) Candidates claiming must submit the certificate in Annexure – A (eligibility certificate – rule 3(3)) issued by the concerned Assistant Commissioner.
  5. Parent’s study certificate / Parent’s Hometown certificate / Parent’s Domicile certificate / Parent’s Employment certificate / Parent’s Cumulative Record / Parent’s Marks Card, etc., for the candidates claiming eligibility for Government seats based on the domicile / study /employment of the parent.
  6. For Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga candidates: Affidavit Duly sworn in for the candidates who claim eligibility under Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadiga clauses. (Annexure-4)
  7. IDENTITY CARD issued by the Jurisdictional Deputy Commissioner / District Magistrate / Rehabilitation Commissioner, for the candidates claiming eligibility for Government seats under Jammu & Kashmiri Migrants quota
  8. Candidate shall be eligible to claim caste, category and income benefit only if he has claimed the same in the online application form. Candidate belonging to SC, ST and Category-I claiming seat under reserved category shall also produce Income certificate issued by the jurisdictional Tahshildar for verification if fee exemption is to be claimed.

2 ELIGIBILITY for Private seats (GMP, OPN &MK, MA, ME, MU, MC, MM seats):

He / She is a Citizen of India, should fulfill the academic eligibility criteria prescribed and has qualified in the UG NEET 2021 (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test). Karnataka Candidates and who are claiming eligibility for Government seats under clauses (a), (b), (f), (h), (j), (k), (l), and (o) are only eligible for GMP seats.

2.1 Eligibility for Religious Minority:

Religious Minority (Christian) of Karnataka Candidates & Non-Karnataka.

Religious Minority (Muslim) of Karnataka Candidates & Non- Karnataka.

Although all religious minority candidates of all the states are considered, priority* will be given to Karnataka domiciled religious minority candidates who have studied in Karnataka for a period of Ten Years from 1st Standard to the qualifying exam and passed SSLC/10th or 2nd PUC / 12th from Karnataka state. (*After exhausting the list of eligible Karnataka Religious Minority candidates, seats if any will be offered to other non-Karnataka eligible Religious Minority candidates)

2.2 Eligibility for Linguistic Minority:

Linguistic Minority reservation is applicable for Tamil, Telugu, Kodava & Tulu of Karnataka
Candidates and domicile candidates only.

Provided he/she should have studied in Karnataka for a period of Ten Years from 1st
Standard to qualifying exam and passed SSLC/10th or 2nd PUC / 12th from Karnataka state.


Please note that reservation under article 371(J) is applicable for the private Medical and Dental colleges where the college is located in the Hyderabad Karnataka Region:
Please note that the eligibility criteria for admission to St. John’s Medical College, Bangalore, and relevant documents/certificates required to claim seat in this college are given separately on the KEA Website http://kea.kar.nic.in. Interested and eligible candidates can verify the same and produce the relevant certificates as per the schedule

Original Documents required for KPCF (COMED-K) / KRLMPCA / AMPCK Seats:

a. The final printout of the Online Registration Form.
b. Original Copy of the Challan for having paid the fees.
c. ‘UG NEET 2021’ Admission Ticket and UGNEET-2021 Score Card
d. Any valid Identity Card (Driving License / Voter ID / Passport / PAN / Aadhar Card)
e. SSLC / 10th Standard Marks Card
f. 2nd PUC / 12th Standard Marks Card
g. 2nd PU /12th standard Study Certificate issued by concerned college with seal signature of Principal
h. TWO recent passport size photographs


If applicable the following documents should be produced:
a. To claim Religious Minority – Religious Minority certificate (Muslim / Christian) issued by the concerned Tahshildar to claim eligibility under Religious Minority seats. (Annexure-4A) as per G.O. No. MWD 330 MDS 2021 Bangalore dated 13-06-2021. b. To claim Linguistic Minority – Study certificate for having studied in Karnataka for 10 years including either 10th or 12th in Karnataka issued by the head of the institution and countersigned by Block Educational Officer to claim eligibility under Linguistic Minority seats. (Annexure-5 and 5A)
c. Candidates claiming Hyderabad-Karnataka Region Reservation (Article 371 (j)) must submit the certificate in Annexure – A (eligibility certificate – rule 3(3)) issued by the concerned Assistant Commissioner.

3.0 ELIGIBILITY for NRI seats (N):

All candidates should fulfill the academic eligibility criteria as prescribed in Chapter 4 and has qualified in the UG NEET 2021 (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test).
i. All NRI / NRI Wards / PIO / OCI candidates and Foreign Nationals.
ii. Children of Non-resident Indian or their Wards. (As per Hon’ble High Court in WP Nos.17999-18002/2017)
iii. As per the definition defined in The Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Determination of Fee) Act, 2006 read with the Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Determination of Fee) (Amendment) Act, 2017 and the Income Tax Act 1961 Section 115 C (e) & 6, i.e., “Non-Resident Indian” means an individual resident outside India who is a citizen of India or is a Person of Indian Origin and includes Persons of Indian Origin and Overseas Citizens of India. For the purpose of verification e-document may be considered with regard to the NRI ward certificate subject to submitting the original at the time of taking the admission.

Original Documents required for NRI Seats: (clause – z)

a. The final print out of the Online Registration Form.
b. Original Copy of the Challan for having paid the fees.
c. UG NEET 2021’ Admission Ticket and UGNEET-2021 Score Card
d. Any valid Identity Card (Driving License / Voter ID / Passport / PAN / Aadhar Card)
e. SSLC / 10th Standard Marks Card
f. 2nd PUC / 12th Standard Marks Card
g. 2nd PU /12th standard Study Certificate issued by concerned college with seal signature of Principal
h. TWO recent passport size photographs
i. Candidate’s parents resident certificate issued by the Embassy of that country complying with the Income Tax Rules / any other certificates to establish evidence that they are resident of that country / affidavit on Rs.100/- e-stamp paper to that effect.
j. Candidate’s passport / VISA / Resident VISA.
k. Citizenship of the candidate.
l. Income Tax Documents required as per the Income Tax Act 1961.
m. Candidate’s study certificate for having studied outside India where applicable for the qualifying examination.
n. If NRI Ward, along with Ward Certificate Annexed.

Foreign Nationals
Foreigners will have to produce the eligibility certificate issued by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore to KEA. They have to produce the equivalence certificate issued by the Association of Indian Universities, Delhi for verification. (AOI)

4.0 ELIGIBILITY for Other seats (Q):

Open to all UGNEET2021 qualified candidates except NRI / PIO / OCI and Foreign National. Original documents to be produced
a. The final print out of the Online Registration Form.
b. Original Copy of the Challan for having paid the fees.
c. ‘UG NEET 2021’ Admission Ticket and UGNEET-2021 Score Card
d. Any valid Identity Card (Driving License / Voter ID / Passport / PAN / Aadhar Card)
e. SSLC / 10th Standard Marks Card
f. 2nd PUC / 12th Standard Marks Card
g. 2nd PU /12th standard Study Certificate issued by concerned college with seal signature of Principal
h. TWO recent passport size photographs.

Only on producing and verifying the above prescribed documents, the candidate’s document verification process is stated to be completed and he /she become eligible for allocation of User ID and Secret Key (Verification Document acknowledgement).
The Karnataka Examinations Authority or the Entrance Test Committee may from time to time specify for submission such other additional documents and issue directions as deemed essential for all Candidates for maintaining absolute transparency and integrity in the online Document Verification Process, Determination of Eligibility and Seat Allotment and Admission - through a notification on the website of KEA / Updates on MCI Website. Further the Government of Karnataka, the Karnataka Examination Authority, the Directorate of Medical Education, and the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences reserve the right to cause any verification as deemed essential at any point of time into the originality and authenticity of any of the certificates produced by any candidate to fulfill and stake his/her claim to any of the qualifying and eligibility criteria. If on such verification it is found that the Candidate has produced fake, fraudulent certificates, he/she will be liable for criminal prosecution, immediate loss of allotted seat without any notice whatsoever, recovery of monetary compensation as may be decided by competent authority, will be liable to be debarred from all exams in future besides the Government will recommend blacklisting of the Candidate to NEET / MCI / DCI and cancellation of license

Criteria for determination of merit:
As per the eligibility norms prescribed in NEET-2021 examination. The SC / ST / OBC eligibility criteria is applicable to Karnataka candidates who are claiming eligibility for Government seats under clauses (a), (b), (f), (h), (j), (k) (l) and (o) and the same is not applicable to eligibility clauses (c), (d), (e), (g), (i), (m) and (n) to claim Government Seats.

INSTRUCTIONS TO NON-KARNATAKA CANDIDATES

Non-Karnataka candidates who have qualified in UGNEET 2021, have to first register online in KEA Web-portal, enter all the details, and pay the registration fee. Further, they have to enter the 12th standard marks details and upload them in PDF format in the same web portal. They need not appear for the verification of documents.

However, OCI / PIO / NRI / Foreign Nationals and if any non-Karnataka candidates eligible to claim NRI Ward, Religious Minority or eligible to claim under category-2 to category-8 in St. John Medical College, Bangalore, then they have to appear for verification of documents at KEA, Bangalore on the specified dates.

West Bengal NEET-UG 2021: Counselling process, Fee structure, Seat Matrix. Check here

West Bengal NEET Counselling 2020 registrations to close today, Apply at  wbmcc.nic.in

 The medical aspirants seeking MBBS/BDS admission at WEST BENGAL  ( WEST BENGAL UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES ) will have to register themselves for the WBMCC admission process by filling out their application form. West Bengal, MBBS/BDS admission is done on the basis of marks secured in NEET. Candidates who will qualify NEET Exam and meet the eligibility requirements can only register and fill the application form for West Bengal, MBBS / BDS  admission. WBUHS counseling is conducted in Three rounds (Round 1, Round 2, and Subsequent rounds). Seat selection for Government Seats and for Management quota seats will be through web counseling

Eligibility For Admission

Qualification:

  • 12th or (10+2 Equivalent) with Minimum 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English for UR &  40% for SC/ST/OBC.
  • Those who have qualified NEET  by scoring the minimum qualifying percentage will be eligible for the Admission and Counseling. Candidates should have earned a minimum of 50 percentile (40th  percentile for SC/ST/OBC and 45th percentile for General-PH) in order to become eligible for NEET counseling rounds

AGE:

A student must have completed an age of 17 years at the time of admission under NEET eligibility or should complete the age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year MBBS/BDS Course.

Government Seats (State Quota)

Means and includes seats in Government colleges and Government share of seats in Private colleges.

  • 85% of Seats in Government colleges (after exclusion of 15 % seats transferred to All India Quota)
  • 33% of Seats in case of Private Medical college and 50% in case of private Dental College
  • 45% of the available seats for admission by the University for MBBS/ BDS shall be reserved for candidates belonging to:
Scheduled Caste (SC)22%
Scheduled Tribes (ST)6%
Other Backward Classes -A (OBC-A)10%
Other Backward Classes -B (OBC-B)7%
Person With Disability –3%
  • 10% of total seats in specified Government Medical / Dental Colleges reserved for economically weaker section ( EWS ) Category

Management Quota

  • 52% of Management Quota Seats in case of Private Medical College
  • 15% of  NRI quota (NRI/NRI Sponsored) Seats in case of Private Medical College
SEAT MATRIX WEST BENGAL UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
 SEAT MATRIX WEST BENGAL UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCESState Quota AIQManagement Quota Management NRI Quota
Government College85%15%
Private College33%52%15%
First Round And Second Round 
Steps Of Counseling 
Release of information brochure
Online Registration/ Application form and payment through Online gateway 
Publication of registered candidates
Declaration of MBBS/BD Course seat matrix
Document Verification: Candidates are required to choose any one center for document verification at the time of registration.
Document Verification for NRI
Document Verification at Centres Physical
Publication of state list of eligible candidates for state Quota and Private Management Quota seats
Online Preference (Choices) Filling Process for MBBS/BDS Course
Release of first seat allotment list
Allotted Candidates to go for online admission at the respective colleges with necessary original documents and fees and to furnish discontinuation bond as per extant rule (Private college admission counters will be functional at RGKAR Medical College Kolkata)
Last date of reporting at the allotted institute
Second round Counselling
Fresh Registration Starts
Document Verification
Release of seat matrix
Release of second round seat allotment
Physical Reporting of the Allotted Candidates to the Respective Allotted Colleges
 Mop-Up Round
Publication of Vacancies for Mop up- round 
Publication of selection list for Mop up- Round 
Joining period of Mop up-Round 
Last date for filling Status Retention form 
Commencement of Academic Session

Mop-Up Round (s): After conducting two or more rounds of seat allotment for Government /Private colleges, if seats remain vacant due to non-allotment, non-reporting for admission, and resigning after joining, or any other reason, those seats will be filled in the Mop-Up round(s). The details of the Mop-Up round will be declared on the website in due course 

A) Eligibility for MOP-UP Round(s): 

  • All candidates admitted in 1st round, 2nd round and secured the admission but not filled status retention form in the respective group. 
  • All the candidates who are waitlisted and to whom choice was not available during 1st round and 2nd round in respective group. 

B) Candidates NOT ELIGIBLE for Mop-Up Round(s): 

  • Candidate to whom a seat has been allotted in computerized rounds and not joined in the respective group.
  • Candidate who has filled status retention form 
  • Those candidates who are joined and resigned after allotment of seats in previous rounds. 

INSTITUTION LEVEL ROUND FOR VACANT SEATS AFTER Mop-Up ROUNDS: If the seat(s) remain vacant in Private Colleges after all Mop-Up Rounds, the said seats shall be filled in by the Institution through Institution Level Round with the prior approval of the Competent Authority. The Dean or Principal of the institutions shall carry out the admission for these vacant seats by calling applications from eligible candidates for State quota on the basis of inter-merit from the list of NEET-UG

West Bengal MBBS admission documents
  • NEET admit card 2021
  • NEET 2021 result
  • Provisional seat allotment letter
  • Pre-counseling phase verification slip
  • Final Verification Slip generated once the documents of the candidate have been verified
  • Application fee payment proof
  • Class 10th & 12th mark sheet
  • Domicile certificate (proforma a1, a2, b)
  • If parents domicile certificate is submitted then parents’ Voter card/Aadhar card/Passport
  • Caste certificate
  • SC/ST/OBC A/OBC B certificate, if applicable, issued by the competent West Bengal state authority
  • Orthopaedic Physical Disability Certificate, if applicable, must be issued by IPGMER-Kolkata medical board. No other PH certificate will suffice during document verification.
  • Proof of age
Government College Fee structure 
Name of the Government CollegesFees (Per annum)
Employees State Insurance Corporation Medical College1,00,000/-
Murshidabad Medical College & Hospitals9,000/-
Medical College Kolkata9,000/-
Bankura Sammilani Medical College9,166/-
Burdwan Medical College9,000/-
Calcutta National Medical College.9,000/-
North Bengal Medical College9,000/-
RG Kar Medical College9,000/-
Nilratan Sircar Medical College9,000/-
Diamond Harbour Government Medical College and Hospital9,000/-
Raiganj Government Medical College & Hospital9,000/-
Rampurhat Government Medical College & Hospital9,000/-
Coochbehar Government Medical College & Hospital9,000/-
College of Medicine and Sagore Dutta Hospital9,000/-
Malda Medical College & Hospital9,000/-
College of Medicine and JNM Hospital9,000/-
Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research9,000/-
Midnapore Medical College11,144/-
Private College Fee Structure
Names of the Private CollegesGovt. Quota(per sem)Mngt. Quota(per sem)
Shri Ramkrishna Institute of Medical Sciences & Sanaka Hospitals2,74,000/-10,94,000/-
Jagannath Gupta Institute of Medical Sciences & Hospital2,74,000/-10,94,000
Gouri Devi Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital2,74,000/-10,75,000/-
IQ-City Medical College2,74,000/-10,94,000/-
ICARE Institute of Medical Sciences & Research2,28,000/-9,12,000/-
KPC Medical College12,50,000/-(total course fee)49,50,000/-(total course fee)
The fee mentioned above is excluding admission fee, caution deposit, and other miscellaneous charges.

Tamil Nadu MBBS Colleges Fees Structure 2021:Govt and Self-financing Institutions; Latest updates!

The selection Committee DME TamilNadu Conducts Counselling for MBBS Colleges of Tamil Nadu. The admission for MBBS/BDS shall be made on the basis of NEET UG 2021. The selection and admission criteria to MBBS/BDS seats in any Recognised and affiliated Medical Institutions are subject to fulfilling the admission criteria, eligibility, rank in the merit list, and other such criteria. The selection Committee DME fixed the fee for government quota seats in Tamil Nadu The Committee on Fixation of Fee in respect of Self-Financing Professional Medical Colleges fixes the fee including Tuition fee, Admission fee, Special fee, Laboratory, Computer, Internet fee, Library fee, Sports fee, Maintenance, and Amenities fee, extracurricular activities fee and other recurring expenditure.

To download the prospectus for admission to MBBS Courses in Tamil Nadu 2020-21Click here
To know the TamilNadu MBBS CollegesClick here
To Check the last year Tamil Nadu Cutoffs Click here
Direct link to the Official website of Tamil.Nadu CounsellingClick here
Tamil Nadu Government Colleges Fee structure

Below mentioned are the particulars of the Government fees structure 2020:

Particulars Rs. (per annum)
Tuition fee4,000/-
Special Fee (including Medical Exam)950/-
Caution Deposit1,000/-
Library Fee1000/-
University Fee6,060/-
LIC (Group Insurance)300/-
Red Cross100/-
Miscellaneous Fee100/-
Flag Day100/-
Total13,610/-

Tamil Nadu Government Colleges Fee structure

This is a list of medical colleges controlled by the government of Tamil Nadu in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. There are 25 government M.B.B.S. medical colleges in the state. All of these colleges listed below are affiliated with the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University.

Name of the Government CollegesFees (Per annum)
Madras Medical College, Chennai.13610/-
Stanley Medical College, Chennai.13610/-
Madurai Medical College, Madurai.13610/-
Thanjavur Medical College, Thanjavur.13610/-
Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai.13610/-
Chengalpattu Medical College, Chengalpattu.13610/-
Tirunelveli Medical College, Tirunelveli.13610/-
Coimbatore Medical College, Coimbatore.13610/-
Govt. Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College, Salem.13610/-
K.A.P. Viswanatham Govt. Medical College, Trichy.13610/-
Thoothukudi Medical College, Thoothukudi.13610/-
Govt. Kanyakumari Medical College, Kanyakumari.13610/-
Govt. Vellore Medical College, Vellore.13610/-
Govt. Theni Medical College, Theni.13610/-
Govt. Dharmapuri Medical College, Dharmapuri.13610/-
Govt. Villupuram Medical College, Villupuram.13610/-
Govt. Thiruvarur Medical College, Thiruvarur.13610/-
Govt. Sivagangai Medical College, Sivagangai.13610/-
Thiruvannamalai Medical College, Thiruvannamalai.13610/-
Govt. Omandurar Medial College, Omandurar Estate, Chennai.13610/-
Govt. Medical College & ESIC Hospital, Coimbatore.13610/-
Govt. Pudukottai Medical College, Pudukottai.13610/-
Govt. Karur Medical College, Karur13610/-
ESIC Medical College and PGIMSR, K.K.Nagar, Chennai.1,00,000/-(wards of I.P.
Rs.24,000/- )
Rajah Muthiah Medical College, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar, Chidambaram4,00,000/-
Govt. Erode Medical College, Perundurai, Erode.3,85,000/-
1. The fee structure of Government Erode Medical College and Hospital will be adopted as fixed by the Governing Council of Government Erode Medical College and Hospital Perundurai, Erode.
2. The fee structure for ESIC Medical College, PGIMSR, K.K.Nagar, Chennai will be adopted as fixed by the Institution.
3. The fee structure of Rajah Muthiah Medical and Dental College, Annamalai University, Chidambaram will be adopted as fixed by Annamalai University.
Tamil Nadu Private Colleges Fee structure
Name of Private CollegesGovt. Quota(p.a)Mngt Quota(p.a)NRI Quota(p.a)
Tagore Medical College and Hospital, Chennai.3,85,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Karpagam Faculty of Medical Sciences & Research, Coimbatore3,90,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
PSG Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Coimbatore 4,00,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Karpaga Vinayaga Medical College, Kancheepuram 3,85,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Melmaruvathur Adhiparasakthi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Kancheepuram 3,60,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Sri Mookambikai Institute of Medical Sciences, Kanyakumari 3,90,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Velammal Medical College Hospital & Research Institute, Madurai 4,15,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan Medical College, Perambalur 4,00,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Annapoorna Medical College and Hospital, Salem 3,85,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Trichy SRM Medical College Hospital & Research Centre, Trichy 3,85,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
KMCH Institute of Health Sciences and Research, Coimbatore 3,85,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Madha Medical College and Hospital, Chennai3,85,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
Panimalar Medical College and Hospital and Research Institute, Poonnamallee, Chennai4,00,000/-12,50,000/-23,50,000/-
In addition to the above fee, the Self-Financing Medical Colleges are permitted to collect an amount of Rs.25,000/- per student as a Development Fee. Detailed information regarding Scholarship, Fee Concession, Hostel Facilities, Transport, Mess charges, etc., can be obtained from the Head of the Institution of the Self-Financing Medical College in which the candidate joins.

Tamil Nadu Counselling Procedure: MBBS/ BDS NEETUG 2021!! Check here for latest updates.

The selection committee DME (Directorate of Medical Education) will conduct Counselling for Tamil Nadu MBBS/BDS NEET 2021. The admission for MBBS/BDS shall be made on the basis of NEET UG 2021. The selection and admission criteria to MBBS/BDS seats in any Recognised and affiliated Medical Institutions are subject to fulfilling the admission criteria, eligibility, rank in the merit list, and other such criteria.

  • Directorate of Medical Education (DME) will conduct Counselling for
  • 85% of seats in Government Medical/ Dental Colleges
  • Government seats in Self Financing Private Colleges (Colleges affiliated to Dr MGR Medical University)
  • Rajah Muthiah Medical (College affiliated with Annamalai University)
  • ESIC Medical College and PGIMSR, K.K.Nagar, Chennai
To download the Tamilnadu Prospectus of 2020-21Click here
To know the TamilNadu MBBS CollegesClick here
To Check the last year Tamil Nadu Cutoffs Click here
Direct link to Official website of Tamil.Nadu CounsellingClick here
 Rounds of Counselling 

First round of Counselling

  • The candidates should pay a non-refundable amount of Rs.500/- (or) by means of Demand Draft payable at Chennai on the
    scheduled date of counselling.
  • The candidates can download the call letter from the official Website, take a printout of the call letter and report in person with all the required certificates to the venue as per the schedule.
  • The candidates who have been selected in the first round of counselling after certificate verification should receive the provisional allotment Letter, and join the college before the date mentioned in the allotment letter.
  • The candidates who have been allotted seats and failed to join the college within the given time are not eligible to attend the subsequent rounds of counselling for the year 2021-22. (This shall be applicable for all phases of counselling).
  • The candidates who have failed to report in person for the first round of counselling are assumed to have been opted out from the counselling process and that individual will not be allowed to take part in the subsequent rounds of counselling for the year 2021-22

Second round of Counselling

  • When a candidate is scheduled to attend the second round of counselling, then the candidate has to pay the processing fee of Rs.500/-. (The candidates who are waitlisted/allotted need not pay the processing fee.)
  • Re-allotment/allotment for the vacancies arising due to not joining of the candidates allotted under State Quota and the unfilled seats from the All India Quota in Government Medical Colleges and newly created seats, if any will be done on the basis of the rank following the rule of reservation.
  • During the second round of counselling, candidates will be permitted to opt the course/college as per rank and by following the rule of reservation from rank one.
  • The candidates who have failed to appear in person for the second round of counselling are assumed to have been opted out from the processes of counselling and that individual will not be allowed to take part in the subsequent rounds of counselling for the year 2021-22. The candidates can download the call letter and attend the counselling.
  • The candidates who have been selected in the second round of counselling after certificate verification should receive the provisional allotment letter. The candidates should join the college on or before the date mentioned in the provisional allotmentvletter.
  • If a candidate fails to join the College within the given time, he/she will not be permitted to participate in the further rounds of counselling.

Mop-Up round of Counselling

  • Finally, the Mop-up counselling will be done. The candidates will be permitted to opt for the college as per rank by following rule of reservation from rank one subject to the availability of sufficient time before the cut-off date as prescribed by the National Medical Commission (erstwhile Medical Council of India / Dental Council of India.
  • The candidates who have joined/waitlisted from the first and second rounds of counselling and as per the mop-up counselling schedule are eligible to participate in the mop-up counselling.
  • The candidates who have selected seats in the mop-up counselling and have received their provisional allotment letter should report in person before the respective Medical / Dental College on or before the given date and time mentioned in their provisional allotment letter.
  • If he/she fails to join in the specified time and date in the respective college, it will be considered as discontinued and the candidate should pay the penalty as per Clause18 (a).
  • If it is found that a candidate has been involved in impersonation/suppression or misrepresentation of facts and production of falsified / bogus certificates by the candidates, his/her provisional allotment order will be cancelled and legal proceedings/criminal action will be initiated.
Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria are as follows:

CategoryNEET 2021 Cut Off PercentileNEET 2021 Cut Off Score 
General/Unreserved (UR)50th percentile720-138
SC/ST/OBC40th percentile137-108
PwD (General/UR)45th percentile137-122
PwD (Reserved)40th percentile121-108
A candidate should obtain a minimum of marks at 50th percentile in National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test to MBBS/BDS to become eligible for admission to MBBS / BDS Courses for the academic year. However, for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, the minimum marks shall be at 40th percentile. In respect of candidates with BenchMark Disabilities specified under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016, the minimum marks shall be at 45th percentile for the unreserved category candidates and 40th percentile for SC/SCA/ST / OBC candidates.
  • The minimum age of the candidate applying must be 17 years as on December 31, 2021.
  • The candidates belonging to other states who have qualified their class 6 to class 12 from the Tamil Nadu state will be eligible for admission under the open category.
  • Aspirants must have completed their class 12 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology and, English as the compulsory subjects with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks (45% for PwD candidates and 40% for SC/ST/OBC candidates).
  • The candidate should be a citizen of India
  • Overseas Citizens of India(OCI) are allowed but there is no reservation for them. They can apply ion open Category.
  • Candidates who have studied Class 6 to 12 from schools situated in Tamil Nadu or partly or completely from other states will be required to submit their parent’s birth certificate, ration card, and class 10 or 12 certificates as proof of domicile
  • Candidates who do not belong to the Tamil Nadu domicile but have completed Class 6 to 12 from the state can apply for Tamil Nadu NEET 2021 admission under the open category.
Reservations

The selection process will be made based on NEET – UG 2020 score and by Single Window counselling following the rule of reservation by the Government of Tamil Nadu as follows:-
Within the 30% reservation for Backward Classes, 3.5% will be provided for Muslims and
16% of seats out of the 18% quota earmarked to Scheduled Caste shall be allocated to the
Arunthathiyar Community

Category Percentage
Open Community31%
Backward Class30%
Most Backward Class20%
Scheduled Caste18%
Scheduled Tribe01%
Within the 30% reservation for Backward Classes, 3.5% will be provided for Muslims and 16% of seats out of the 18% quota earmarked to Scheduled Caste shall be allocated to the Arunthathiyar Community. BC, BCM, MBC / DNC, SC, SCA, and ST candidates are eligible for selection under open Competition as per rank in addition to the reservation made for those categories.”
Documents Required
  • NEET- UG 2020 Admit card and Scorecard.
  • Class X Mark Sheet (both sides of Mark Sheet).
  • Class XI Mark Sheet (both sides of Mark Sheet).
  • H.S.C. Mark sheet (both sides of Mark Sheet) or any other equivalent examination.
  • Transfer certificate obtained after the completion of H.S.C. or equivalent courses.
  • Certificate for proof of study from VI Std. to XII Std for the candidates who have studied completely in Tamil Nadu.
  • Nativity certificate for the candidates who have partly or completely studied outside Tamil Nadu from Standard VI to Standard XII along with supporting documents as mentioned in Clause 4(h).
  • The candidate who is native of Tamil Nadu and have studied from VIstandard to XII standard in schools of Tamil Nadu also should submit supporting documents of the parent’s certificates as mentioned in Clause 4(g).
  • Permanent Community Certificate Card.
  • Aadhar card
  • Rationcard/Passport.
  • First Graduate Certificate (if applicable) as in Annexure XIII (a) and (b).
  • The candidate who claims the benefit of a First Graduate should submit their certificate issued by the competent authority to their respective Colleges on securing the admission.
  • Income Certificate for the candidates claiming fee exemption.
  • Eligibility Certificate obtained from the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University, Guindy, Chennai for the candidates of other Universities / Boards (except State Board).

Documents of Parents

  • TC/SSLC/10th/12th Marksheet.
  • First graduate certificate/No graduate certificate.
  • Community certificate.
  • Income certificate(if applicable).

NEET UG 2021 results announced !!! Check here for Updates On Boards of Top states

NTA (National Testing Agency) announced the NEET UG Results on 2nd November 2021. The NEET UG Exams which was conducted on September 12, 2021, across the country. Over 16 lakh people appeared for the NEET UG exams. The qualified students can register for counselling of MCC and other states counsellings.

CategoryMinimum qualifying/eligibility criteriaCut-off score (out of 800)
General Category 50th percentile138
General PWD45th percentile122
OBC/SC/ST40th percentile108
OBC-PWD40th percentile108
Reference from TOI

As per the report in TOI, across the country, Nine states recorded 60% and above qualification with Delhi registering the highest at 76.61%, followed by Chandigarh at 75.04%. States with over one lakh candidates and over 50%? qualification include Karnataka 57.64%, Kerala 58.85%, Rajasthan 66.17%, Tamil Nadu 54.4% and Uttar Pradesh 53.81%. There are 13 Boards with over 50% qualification. The boards which showed significant improvement in Neet UG this year are Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra as well as the North-east region except Manipur.

Reference from TOI

The Rajasthan Board leads in the respective share of top one lakh qualified candidates with 19.77%, followed by Odisha 14.88% and CBSE 14.54%. States wise Rajasthan and up have the highest number of candidates in the rank cohort of 1 – 1 lakh which include Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and Bengal.

NEET UG 2021 Results: to be declared: Check out your results Directly.

NTA (National Testing Agencies) will be releasing the NEET-UG 2021 results soon. Aspirants can check out their results directly on the official website. https://neet.nta.nic.in/https://neet.nta.nic.in/

NEET UG 2021 was conducted on September 12, 2021 (i.e., Sunday) by the NTA. It was conducted in 13 languages in offline mode (pen and paper mode) following all the Covid guidelines and protocols around 16.14 lakh candidates registered for NEET-UG 2021, and over 95% of the candidates who had registered appeared for the NEET UG exam, There were almost 3,800 centres in across India.

This NEET-UG 2021 is a uniform entrance examination for admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, and many other medical UG courses in approved and recognised institutions.

Easy steps to check your NEET UG 2021 results

Step 1: Go to the official website of NEET 2021 (click here – https://neet.nta.nic.in/ )

Step 2: Click “Result-NEET (UG) 2021”

Step 3: Enter the required credentials of NEET 2021.

Step 4: Your NEET UG 2021 results will be displayed (Download for future reference)

All the Best for results - ICCC team