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Karnataka NEET Counselling process 2024: Allotment procedures

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Karnataka NEET Counselling Process 2024

KEA NEET Counselling is the process by which the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) helps students get admission to medical, dental, Aayush, homeopathy in Karnataka using NEET scores. This counselling happens online on the KEA website, www.kea.kar.nic.in. or https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/

KEA Eligibility Criteria:

NEET Qualification: Applicants must pass the NEET-UG exam and have a valid score.

Domicile: Candidates must be Karnataka residents or have completed a set number of years of schooling there.

Here are the steps involved:

  • Registration and Payment of Fee
  • Document verification
  • Merit list
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment

Registration and Payment of Fee:

  1. Online Registration:  Candidates are required to register online within the designated registration period on the official KEA website.
  2. Document Verification:  Following registration, candidates must go to the approved verification locations to have their documents verified.
  3. Payment of Fee:  The registration and payment of the fee for Karnataka state NEET Counselling process should be online.
category Registration Fee

General

1000/-

SC/ST/OBC

500/-

NRI

2000/-

Document Verification:

  1. KEA Online Verification:  The document verification process was conducted offline at the KEA office till the year 2023, from the year 2024, KEA has decided to not conduct offline verification.
  2. Mistakes in Online Verification Lead to Rejection:  Candidates should be very careful as there is only online verification and any mistakes done during this stage cannot be corrected and can lead to rejection of application.
  3. Required documents for KEA NEET Counselling Process: 
  • NEET UG Admit Card
  • NEET UG Scorecard
  • Class 10th Mark Sheet
  • Class 12th Mark Sheet
  • Conduct Certificate
  • Transfer Certificate
  • Category Certificate
  • PwD Certificate
  • Domicile Certificate
  • Identification Proof
  • Passport Size Photographs
  • Any Other Relevant Certificates: (if applicable).
  • Declaration Form: You need to sign a form from KEA confirming that all your information is true.

Note: The list above is just an example. The actual documents needed might change based on KEA’s or the state’s or UT’s guidelines for counselling.

Merit List:

  • After the document verification process, a provisional merit list will be released by the KEA authority.
  • The final merit will again be released on the website by the KEA authority.
  • Only candidates whose names appear on the final merit list will be eligible to participate in the counselling process.

Choice filling:

  1. Choice of Colleges/Courses: Candidates can choose their preferred colleges and courses online based on their NEET rank.
  2. Choice Locking: After selecting the colleges and courses, candidates need to lock their choices to finalize them.
  3. One Choice Across All Rounds: It can be done only once in the first round of counseling and the same choices will be carried forward for further rounds.

Seat allotment:

  1. Mock Allotment: KEA does a mock seat allotment to show candidates what seat they might get with their choices. 
  2. Real Allotment: After the mock round, seats are allocated based on NEET rank, chosen preferences, and seat availability.
  3.  Seat Allotment Rounds in KEA Counseling: Seats will be allotted in the 3 rounds of KEA counseling: 1st round, 2nd round, and mop-up rounds. If there are any seats vacant after the mop-up round, a special stray round may be conducted where candidates have to pay a deposit of Rs. 50,000.

Top Private and Deemed Medical Colleges in Karnataka

Karnataka is famous for its top educational institutes in India. It has many well-known private and deemed medical colleges. These colleges have modern facilities, skilled teachers, and excellent medical courses. Here are some top private and deemed medical colleges in Karnataka:

Karnataka Private Medical Colleges

Name of College Total Seats Govt Quota (Ann) Pvt Quota (Ann) NRI (Ann)

BGS Global Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore

150

1,41,446

10,92,852

44,12,450

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore

100

1,41,446

10,92,852

40,12,450

East Point College of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Bangalore

 150

1,41,446

10,92,852

 38,12,450

Jaya Jagadguru Murugharajendra Medical College, Davangere

 245

1,41,446

10,92,852

54,12,450

K.Venkataramana Gowda Medical College and Hospital, Mangalore

 100

1,41,446

10,92,852

28,12,450

Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore

150

1,41,446

10,92,852

36,12,450

M.S.Ramaiah Medical College,Bangalore

150

1,41,446

22,00,000

40,15,500

Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College, Gulbarga

150

1,41,446

10,92,852

41,81,900

S. Nijalingappa Medical College and Research Centre, Bagalkot

250

1,41,446

10,92,852

42,12,450

Karnataka Deemed Medical Colleges

Name of College Total Seats Govt Quota (Ann) Pvt Quota (Ann) NRI (Ann)

Jagadguru Sri Shivarathreeswara Medical College, Mysore

 200

5,06,496

19,00,000

 $ 46,000

Jawaharalal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum

200

1,44,496

18,28,800

$ 52,635

K.S.Hegde Medical Academy, Mangalore

 150

1,44,496

17,50,000

$ 42,862

Kasturba Medical College, Mangalore

250

1,44,496

17,80,000

$ 51,200

Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore

150

2,04,496

22,00,000

$ 57,000

Important Points to Remember:

  • Candidates should regularly visit the KEA website for NEET counselling updates and notifications.
  • Choose colleges and courses wisely, considering preference and seat availability.
  • Have all the necessary documents prepared and organized for easy verification.
  • Stay informed about counselling dates, seat allotment, and reporting to avoid missing deadlines.

Candidates should regularly check official notifications and follow KEA’s guidelines for a successful counselling process for NEET-based admissions to medical and dental courses in Karnataka.

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