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MEDICAL COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION - KARNATAKA



KARNATAKA

STATE LEVEL COMMON ENTRANCE TEST (CET) is conducted by the Common Entrance Test Cell, Government of Karnataka for admission to professional courses including MBBS/BDS in Government and private colleges in the State both for Free Seats and payment Seats. Exemption from CET: NRIs/Foreign nationals (b) Govt of India nominees (c) States nominees under reciprocal quota.

STATE LEVEL ADMISSION is made by the Directorate of Medical Education for BPharma/BSc Nursing courses (including BSc Physiotherapy) in Government and private colleges in the State.

Manipal Academy of Higher Education conduct separately entrance test for admission to MBBS/BDS/BSc Nursing courses in their constituent colleges.

COMMON DETAILS are given hereunder:

Courses
Duration
Notification
Last Date
MBBS
5 1/2 yrs incld internship
March/April(June for BPharm/BSc Nursing)
May (July for BPharm/BSc Nursing)
BDS
4 yrs incld internship
BPharm
4 yrs
BSc Nursing
4 yrs


Allocation of Seats Free Seats
All seats in Government colleges and 50% seats in private colleges which are open to Karnataka students. Payment Seats 50% seats in private colleges which are open to Karnataka and other State candidates.


Following satisfy the Karnataka students:

Candidates should have studies 7 yrs in Karnataka institutions between 1st Std and qualifying exam (both the Board Exams)

Exemptions:
  1. Children of defence personnel, Central Govt employees of Govt undertakings working continuously for a year in Karnataka on July 1 of year of entrance test;
  2. Children of MPs from Karnataka;
  3. Children of serving or retired employees of All India Services deputed to Karnataka and State employees serving/served outside the State;
  4. Children of Central/State Govt undertaking employees working/retired outside Karnataka State where such employees had declared a place in Karnataka as home town and has either studied in any educational institution in Karnataka and 7 year study at any time between 1st Std and qualifying exam.
  5. Children of serving/ex-defence personnel whose home address is Karnataka;
  6. Children of employees (other than Central Govt) transferable but working continuously in Karnataka for a year as on July 1 of the year of admission; such candidates should have passed the qualifying exam from an institution in Karnataka and either parent of the candidate has studied for 7 years in an educational institution in karnataka;
  7. Children of Kannadigas who have resided for 10 yrs in the State; such candidate should have passed the qualifying exam (PUC I & II) from Karnataka;
  8. Gadinadu Kannadigas Children of parents whose mother tongue is Kannada and who are at present residing in the border disputed Kannada speaking areas.
  9. Horanadu Kannadigas Children of parents whose mother tongue is Kannada and who are residing outside Karnataka.

    Reservations Govt of India nominees, Children of Defence/ex-defence personnel; On reciprocal basis; Children of political sufferers/freedom fighters. Sports, NCC, SC/ST,BC Physically handicapped, Horanadu and Gadinadu Kannadigas Anglo-Indian & Parsi Community, Diploma holders.
Eligibility MBBS/BDS Age 17 yrs on 31 December of the year admission. Academic qualification 12 yrs PUC or equivalent with Eng, Phy, Chem and Biol securing 50% (40% for SC/ST) marks in PCB. BPharm 12 yr PUC or equivalent with Eng, Phy, Chem and Biol/Maths securing 50% (40% in case of SC/ST candidates) marks in Phy, Chem and Biol/Maths. DPharm holders securing 50% (40% for SC/ST) marks are also eligible. BSc Nursing PUC II (12 yrs) with optionals of Phy, Chemistry and Biology with 45% of marks (40% in case of SC/ST candidates) with English as one of the languages of study. Candidates should be medically fit.

Application Procedure MBBS/BDS Brochure with application form can be obtained from the notified branches of Canara Bank/notified colleges on cash payment of Rs. 350/500. The form from CET cell through post by sending a self addressed cloth lined envelope of 25*30 cm size and a bank draft of Rs.500 BPharm/BSc Nursing Application form can be obtained from the notified colleges on payment of Rs. 200. Completed applications should reach the notified Nodal centers/colleges by the notified date.

Selection MBBS/BDS On merit in CET and qualifying exam. The CET is conducted at various centres in Karnataka. The test is conducted in Phy, Chem and Biol and the syllabus is of PUC Std of Karnataka. The test is conducted in Phy, Chem and Biol and the syllabus is of PUC Std of Karnataka Board. Copies of question papers of previous years of CET can be obtained from the CET Cell on payment of Rs. 20/30 per set. Medium for CET English/Kannada. The rank list is notified in local dailies/colleges. BPharm/BSc Nursing Details may be obtained from the Directorate of Medical Education, A R Circle, Bangalore 560 009.

Fees Tuition fee (per annum) Free Seats

MBBS
Govt college Rs. 2,000 private colleges Rs. 8,000

BDS
Rs. 2,000/6,000 Payment Seats

MBBS
Rs. 1,10,000 BDS Rs. 70,000 NRIs/Foreigners

MBBS
US $ 30,000 (for the whole course) or as notified from time to time.


Enquiries: MBBS/BDS CET Cell, S J M Samudaya Bhavan, 1, Main Road Gandhinagar, Bangalore 560009.

BPharm/BSc Nursing Directorate of Medical Education, Ananda Rao Circle, Bangalore-560009.

 

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