Bangalore also known as Bengaluru is the capital city of Karnataka. It is one of the centers of India’s high-tech industries. It is the home of various medical and research institutions. Numbers of candidates visit here every year for pursuing the degree courses in different specialization of medical courses. The literacy rate of the city is 87.76% as per the census 2011. In this article, candidates can get the information about Bangalore MBBS/BDS Admission 2018 along with complete admission procedure.
The admissions in the medical colleges and universities of Bangalore will be offered only through the national level entrance exam. On the basis of entrance exam score card, candidates can get admission in any state medical and dental college. Admission in the MBBS and BDS courses will be offered as per the rank of the candidates. The admission into postgraduate medical courses will be offered through NEET PG entrance exam.
NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) entrance exam is organized by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for offering admission in MBBS and BDS courses. In order to get admission in MBBS and BDS programmes, candidates should appear in the entrance exam. Almost every state medical college will accept the NEET score card. Candidates can also apply for AIIMS and JIPMER national level exams. There is no state level or university level entrance exam is conducted by any university or state authority.
The candidates will be permitted to participate in the 15% and 85% quota counselling on the basis of their rank. The seats will be allotted at the time of counselling after the verification of the original documents. After declaration of the NEET result, the authority will release the merit list of candidates with their rank & scores. Candidates have to appear in the online counselling where they have to fill the preference of colleges. For participating in the counselling it is necessary to register on the counselling website. Candidates can download the admission letter and report to the allotted colleges for final admission.