Karnataka NEET Counselling is the gateway for aspiring medical students to secure admissions into various undergraduate medical and dental courses offered by esteemed institutions across the state. The counselling process is conducted by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA), which ensures a fair and transparent allocation of seats based on NEET scores.
The process generally involves multiple phases, including registration, document verification, choice filling, seat allotment, and reporting to the allotted colleges. Applicants must first register online on the KEA's official website and then attend the document verification process in person, where their eligibility is confirmed.
|Online Registration||Mid-August 2024|
|Choice Filling||Mid-August 2024|
|Seat Allotment (Round 1)||Late August 2024|
|Payment of Fee and Documents Verification (Round 1)||Early September 2024|
|Reporting to Colleges (Round 1)||Late September 2024|
|Choice Filling (Round 2)||Mid-September 2024|
|Seat Allotment (Round 2)||Late September 2024|
|Payment of Fee and Documents Verification (Round 2)||Early October 2024|
|Reporting to Colleges (Round 2)||Late October 2024|
|Mop-Up Round||Mid-October 2024|
|Age||Minimum of 17 years and maximum of 25 years as on 31st December 2024|
|Educational qualification||Passed NEET 2024 exam with a minimum of 50% marks for the General category and 45% marks for the reserved categories.|
|Registration||Registered with the Karnataka Medical Council/Registered Medical Council of India|
Registration: Candidates interested in participating in Karnataka NEET Counselling will need to register on the official website of the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) when the registration window opens. You might need to provide personal and NEET-related details.
Document Verification: After registration, candidates are typically required to visit designated verification centers with original and photocopies of necessary documents, such as NEET admit card, NEET result sheet, class 10 and 12 marks sheets, identity proof, etc.
Option Entry: Once documents are verified, eligible candidates will be given access to the online portal for option entry. This is where you will list your preferred medical and dental colleges as well as courses in the order of priority.
Seat Allotment: Based on NEET scores, preferences, and merit rank, seats are allocated during various rounds of counselling. The allotment results are published on the official website.
Payment and Reporting: If you are allotted a seat, you'll typically need to pay the admission fee to secure the seat. After payment, you'll have to physically report to the allotted college within the given timeframe with required documents for completing the admission process.
Subsequent Rounds (if applicable): There might be subsequent rounds of counselling based on the availability of seats and candidate choices. Candidates not allotted a seat in the first round might have a chance in subsequent rounds.
Surrender and Upgradation: Candidates who are allotted a seat in a later round can choose to surrender the seat for a better option if available in subsequent rounds.
NEET Admit Card: The admit card for the NEET exam is essential for verification purposes.
NEET Rank Card/Result: The document indicating your NEET scores and rank is crucial for determining your eligibility for counselling.
Class 10 Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate: These documents serve as proof of your secondary education.
Class 12 Mark Sheet and Passing Certificate: These documents verify your eligibility for medical education and NEET eligibility.
Category Certificate (if applicable): If you belong to a reserved category, you'll likely need the relevant category certificate (SC/ST/OBC, etc.).
Domicile Certificate: This is required to confirm your eligibility for Karnataka state quota seats.
ID Proof: Any government-issued photo ID like Aadhar card, passport, or voter ID.
Passport-size Photographs: These are needed for the application form and other documents.
Admission Ticket or Receipt: If there's any document provided during the NEET exam or application process, bring that as well.
Transfer Certificate (TC): This might be needed for confirming your educational history.
Character Certificate: This certifies your behavior and conduct in your previous institution.
Migration Certificate (if applicable): If you are coming from a different state or board, this might be required.
Proof of Fee Payment: Receipt or transaction details showing that you've paid the required counselling fee.
|Foreign Nationals||Rs. 9500|
Registration: Visit the official KEA website when the counselling process starts. Register using your NEET details, personal information, and contact details.
Document Verification: Candidates typically need to visit designated help centers with required documents for verification. This is a crucial step to confirm your eligibility for counselling.
Option Entry: After successful document verification, candidates receive a user ID and password. Use these credentials to log in and enter your preferred choices of medical or dental colleges and courses.
Seat Allotment: Based on your NEET score, preferences, and merit, seats are allocated in various rounds. The results are typically published on the KEA website.
Payment and Reporting: If you are allotted a seat, you usually need to pay the admission fee to secure the seat. After payment, report to the allotted college within the stipulated time frame with required documents for admission.
Subsequent Rounds (if applicable): If you don't get a seat in the first round, you can participate in subsequent rounds based on availability and your willingness to switch choices.
Surrender and Upgradation: Candidates who get a seat in later rounds can choose to surrender it for a better option if available in subsequent rounds.
Document Submission and Verification at College: After reporting to the allotted college, you might need to submit original documents for verification.
|College Name||Location||MBBS Seats||BDS Seats|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore||Bangalore||100||50|
|Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum||Belgaum||150||100|
|Kasturba Medical College, Manipal||Manipal||150||100|
|K.S. Hegde Medical College, Mangalore||Mangalore||150||100|
|M.S. Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore||Bangalore||200||100|
|Narayana Nethralaya Medical College, Bangalore||Bangalore||150||100|
|Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore||Bangalore||150||100|
|Sri Siddhartha Medical College, Tumkur||Tumkur||150||100|
|Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore||Mangalore||150||100|