Mysore Medical College and Research Instt. (Prev.name Government Medical College)

Govt Est. 1924Mysore, Karnataka
About College

Mysore Medical College & Research Institute (previously called Mysore Medical College), also known as Government Medical College, Mysore is one of the oldest and most reputed medical colleges in India which was established in 1924 and has made a lot of progress down the lane. The MMC was first started in Bangalore near the famous Victoria Hospital in small building and later the college was shifted to Mysore from Bangalore in 1930 at the behest of cherished desire and instance of H.H. Krishnaraja Wodeyar. It has the unique distinction of being the first medical college started in a native princely state of pre-independence era. It was the only medical college till 1952 in Karnataka. Perhaps it was the sixth or seventh medical college in India at that time. Today its name and fame has spread beyond any imaginable boundaries and its children have contributed in alleviating human suffering all over the world. 

It is a Government Medical College college affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences-RGUHS, Karnataka, and recognized by National Medical Commission (NMC), India. It has an annual intake of 150 MBBS seats, 146 seats in 21 Departments Post-Graduate studies and 1 seat among the 1 Super-Speciality study. The college is excellently connected with Air, Rail, and Road route and it is very easy to reach from any part of the Mysore city. The Medical college is spread in over a very huge campus with all the in-house facilities and a great infrastructure. There are good spacious digital Lecture halls, classrooms, Demonstration rooms, Examination hall, Very good Departmental museums which has a greatly advanced Anatomy labs and other labs for clinical exposure. Huge Auditoriums and Seminar halls are in place. Separate Hostels for boys and girls with mess facility. Recreational activities like Indoor and Outdoor games. Central Library is spread in a very wide area with separate reading rooms for UG, PG and Staff. It has Medical Books Indian & Foreign Journals with separate space to the students & Teaching Staff there is a Digital Library with Helinet as well. There are humungous collection of Medical Books, Indian & Foreign Journals. 

Number of Seats in Post-Graduation and Super-Specialization
CLINICALPARA-CLINICALPRE-CLINICALSUPER-SPECIALIZATION
MDMSMCH
Radio-Diagnosis10Ophthalmology9PSM3    
Obstetrics & Gynaecology10ENT6Forensic Medicine1Physiology2  
Psychiatry2Orthopaedics7Pathology7Anatomy2Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery1
General Medicine23General Surgery20Pharmacology4Bio-Chemistry1  
Paediatrics12  Microbiology5    
Anaesthesiology16        
Pulmonary Medicine3        
Dermatology3        

MMC Attached Hospitals

The list of attached Hospitals include:

K.R. Hospital, Cheluvamba Hospital and P.K.T.B and Chest Diseases Hospital

Krishna Rajendra Hospital (K R Hospital), founded by Sri Krishnarajendra Wodeyar in 1927, is a tertiary referral center and teaching hospital attached to the Mysore Medical College in Mysore, Karnataka, India. K R Hospital has a total bed capacity of around 1050 beds which includes beds in general medicine, general surgery and other specialties like ENT, ophthalmology, urology, plastic surgery, psychiatry, ICU, MICU, SICU and others. A new multi-storied OPD building has recently been commissioned and this houses a state of the art ICCU on the ground floor and medical wards on other floors in addition to various consultation rooms. The surgical wards are located in a separate building which is popularly known as the "stone building". The hospital has a 24 hour casualty, radiology, central laboratories, blood bank and pharmacy catering to its needs. It has well-equipped Clinical and Diagnostic laboratories with blood bank facilities. The hospital is fully equipped to conduct major and minor surgeries and have state of the art ICU's. The medicines are given free of cost even for outpatients. More recently a number of subspecialties have been introduced and patients have had the benefit of utilizing plastic surgery, urology, nephrology, burns ward and dialysis services to mention a few. The Hospital has all the modern clinical facility and it serves a huge population of Mysore and surrounding districts. 

The Cheluvamba Hospital, earlier known as Vanivilasa Hospital, was located at Yelavala road (Vinoba road) behind Maharani’s college hostel. This was started in 1880 with 21 beds at the behest of Sri ChamrajaWodeyar. This was named after the Late Maharani Kempananjjammanniavaru. It was upgraded and renamed as Cheluvamba Hospital in 1939 with 200 beds when constructed at the present site. It became a teaching institute in 1933. the present O.P.D. Block of obstetrics and Gynecology was built in 1997. The three storeyed women and children Block attached to Cheluvamba Hospital was built in 1964. The Dasara Exhibition buildings and grounds were finally handed over to the Meidcal college during 1975. It provided a splendid opportunity for future expansion. Now it is being used as an extension for undergraduate and postgraduate libraries, examination halls, the museum of preventive and Social Medicine Department and the Medical Education Cell.

PKTB Hospital - The Department of Tuberculosis and Respiratory diseases was attached to MMC in 1974 as teaching institution. 

Contact Details:

Address:Mysore Medical College, Irwin Road Mysore Karnataka India 570001
Phone: 821 2520512
website: https://www.mysoremedicalcollege.com/
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Admission Process

Mysore Medical College & Research Institute,NEETPG Counseling is Conducted by 1) MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)( Open To All )and 2) KEA – Karnataka Examination Authority conducts counseling for Government Medical College (50% seats and another 50% will be conducted by MCC)

Seat Matrix:- 

Government Colleges 
AIQ (Medical Counselling Committee(MCC) )SQ Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA)
50%50%

 

Deemed Colleges
Management(%) NRI(%)
8515

Eligibility Condition:

  • The candidate should have qualified under NEET-PG eligibility.
  • Domicile-free Counseling (Open to all)

1 ) MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)(50%) (Open To All)( Internal Quota seat)

The MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)/DGHS conducts Counseling for allotment of Post Graduate (MD/MS/Diploma and MDS) seats to the NEET PG/MDS eligible and qualified candidates in participating:-

Open seats-domicile free includes:Internal quota seats include:
50% All India Quota seats 
50%  Seats IMS, BHU IDS, BHU50% Internal Seats IMS, BHU IDS, BHU
50%Seats of AMU (JNMC,  ZADC, Aligarh)50% AMU ( Internal seats JNMC,  ZADC, Aligarh)
50% All India Quota seats of DU50% DU (LHMC,UCMS, MAMC,MAIDS)
50% Central Institutes (VMMC & SJH, ABVIMS & RML, ESIC-Basaidarapur)50% seats of Internal seats of Central Institutes (VMMC & SJH, ABVIMS & RML, ESIC-Basaidarapur),
100% DNB 
100% DEEMED UNIVERSITY 
100% CIP(CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF PSYCHIATRY), Ranchi, LOKOPRIYA GOPINATH BORDOLOI REGIONAL INSTITUTE OF MENTAL HEALTH, TEZPUR 
DIPLOMATE OF NATIONAL BOARD (DNB) 
ARMED FORCES MEDICAL SERVICES (AFMS)

All the candidates who have qualified for All India Quota seats on the basis of their rank in NEET PG /MDS conducted by NBE including candidates from Union Territory of J&K will be eligible. The role of MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) of DGHS is limited to allotment of seats to the participating candidates, as per their merit and choice, which starts only after receiving the list/data/Information of successful candidates from National Board of Examinations (NBE) i.e. the NEET (MDS) examination conducting body 

There will be four rounds of Counseling i.e., Round 1 & Round 2, third Round & Stray Vacancy Round and all the rounds will be conducted by MCC. All candidates who have qualified for All India Quota seats on the basis of their rank in NEET MDS conducted by the National Board of Examination (NBE) will be eligible for participation in the counselling process. Eligible candidates may download the Rank letter/ Result from NBE website

Eligibility Condition:

  • The candidate should have qualified under NEET-MDS eligibility.
  • Domicile-free Counseling (Open to all)
  • Internal quota seat for AMU/BHU & Delhi University Quota
  • For this academic year2024, the internship completion date may be treated as 30th June 2024 as approved by the competent authority, MoHFW

For Delhi University Quota (MAIDS): The candidate must have passed the final M.B.B.S. examination (for MD/MS/Diploma Course) and BDS examination (for MDS Course) from the University of Delhi and must have completed a satisfactory one-year compulsory rotating internship and must submit their internship completion certificate at the time of admission. For the Reservation Policy of 50% Internals seats of AMU, there is no reservation

AMU Internal seats (ZADC, Aligarh) : An Institutional (Internal) candidate has passed the qualifying examination (MBBS/BDS as applicable) from AMU and completes his/her internship as per the dates specified by AMU authorities.

BHU Internal seat (IDS, BHU): Only those Candidates who have passed MBBS/BDS from the Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU as per the internship dates specified by IMS, BHU will be eligible, provided the Candidates have appeared and qualified in the NEET-PG / MDS Examination.

Central Institutes: The Candidates should have completed their MBBS/BDS from I.P. University (VMMC & SJH; ABVIMS & RML; Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Medical College & Hospital, New Delhi; Army College of Medical Sciences, Delhi; North Delhi Municipal Corporation(Medical College) Hindu Rao Hospital) are eligible for Internal seats of 50% in Central Institutes (VMMC & SJH, ABVIMS & RML, ESIC-Basaidarapur)

Step Wise Counseling Process conducted by MCC

Step Wise Counseling Process conducted by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)

 The counseling process for admission into various programs will encompass four distinct rounds: Round 1, Round 2, Round 3, and the Stray and Special Stray Vacancy Round. In accordance with the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India's directives, as per the orders dated 12.12.2022 and 16.12.2021 in the case of "SLA (C) No. 10487 of 2021 in the matter of Nihila P.P. v/s MCC & Ors.," all four rounds will be conducted online by the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC). This approach ensures a transparent and accessible counseling process for all candidates.

Following the Supreme Court's approval, no seats will revert to the participating states after Round 2, marking a significant change in the counseling process. The Mop-up Round will now be recognized as Round 3 from the 2023-24 session onwards. The candidate is now allowed to upgrade seat from second round to 3 rd (mop up) round.It is crucial for candidates to make informed decisions regarding their participation in Round 3 of MCC counseling, as withdrawal from this round will not be permitted. Additionally, candidates accepting a seat in Round 3 will be ineligible for any further counseling rounds.

To facilitate a seamless transition between rounds and ensure optimal seat allocation, data will be shared between the Centre and the States. Any candidate listed in the allotments will be excluded from the All India Stray Vacancy Round to maintain the integrity of the counseling process.

For seats designated as JAIN MINORITY/MUSLIM MINORITY/NRI, any vacancies remaining after Round 3 will convert to UR MANAGEMENT Private Deemed University seats. This conversion only occurs after all eligible candidates for JAIN MINORITY/MUSLIM MINORITY/ NRI seats have been considered, ensuring no seat goes unfilled and maximizing educational opportunities for all students.

COUNSELLING STAGES

RoundsTypes of Counselling Mode 
Round 1- (By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC))AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNBOnline
Round 2- (By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC))AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNBOnline
 Round 3 (earlier MOPUP)- (By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC))AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNBOnline
Stray Vacancy Round- - By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNBOnline
Special Stray Vacancy Round -Online - Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNBOnline
In light of the above directions, as passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court, the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) of DGHS, MoHFW, shall conduct the counselling for the Stray Vacancy Round of 100% (ALL) seats of Deemed Universities

Fees to be paid at the time of registration

Payment Scheme for different categoriesNon- Refundable (Fees)Refundable (Security Deposit) 
Unreserved (UR/EWS candidates)Reserved (ST/SC/OBC/PwD)Unreserved (UR/EWS candidates)Reserved (ST/SC/OBC/PwD, Applicable-jain/ muslims)
AIQRs. 1000/-Rs.500/-Rs. 25000/Rs. 10000/- 
Deemed UniversityRs. 5000/- Rs. 5000/Rs. 2,00,000/- Rs. 2,00,000/- 
For examples
Example 1: Any SC candidate opting for AIQ will pay registration fee of Rs 500/- + Rs. 10,000/- (Refundable Security Deposit.) 
Example 2: Any Unreserved candidate opting for AIQ will pay registration fee of Rs 1000/- + Rs. 25,000/- (Refundable Security Deposit.) 
Example3: Any candidate opting for Deemed Universities will have to pay registration fee of Rs 5000/- + Rs 2,00,000/- (Refundable Security Deposit)

Reservation Policy for 15% All India Quota seats: 

The Reservation Policy of the Central Government for the NEET-UG Counselling in All India Quota is as follows:

S.C.- 15% 

S.T.- 7.5% 

O.B.C.- (Non-Creamy Layer) as per the Central OBC list- 27%

 EWS- as per Central Government norms- 10%

 PwD- Horizontal Reservation as per NMC norms- 5%

NOTE:- Reservation of seats under PWD Category is 5% in AIQ & as per NMC norms (Gazette Notification no. MCI-34(41)/2018-Med./170045 dated 04/02/2019). For range of disabilities included, please see Annexure ‘1’.

Guidelines for NRI Seat Allocation during MCC Counseling

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) has established specific criteria for Non-Resident Indian (NRI) seat allocation as per the directives issued by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. According to the verdict in W.P. No. 689/2017 - Consortium of Deemed Universities in Karnataka (CODEUNIK) & Anr. vs. Union of India & Ors. on August 22, 2017, candidates qualifying as NRIs are eligible for NRI category seats. This eligibility extends to Overseas Citizens of India (OCI), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO), and Foreign Nationals, who may only apply for NRI-designated seats.

Indian Nationals seeking to be reclassified to the sponsored NRI category must adhere to the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)'s requirements, including the timely submission of necessary documents upon request. Candidates are encouraged to stay informed on the process through official Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) communications to ensure compliance and secure their eligibility for NRI seat consideration during the counseling sessions.

First Round:- (MD/MS/DNB/MDS)  (Free Exit Round) (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNB)

Notification for counseling process
NRI Status with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
Main counseling Registration which will include payment of Non-refundable Registration fee and Refundable Security Deposit (to be refunded only in the account from which payment has been made)
Process of Seat Allotment Round-1
Publication of result of Round-1 on MCC website, mandatory uploading of essentials documents on MCC website for seat allotted candidates.
Physical Reporting at the allotted Medical/Dental College with original documents against Round-1 (one)
Options for an allotted candidate :- 
Candidates who have been allotted a seat in round one (1) can opt for free exit and can directly participate in round two.
Candidates who have allotted a seat in round one (1) can opt for willingness to upgrade from round 1 to round 2 only after physical reporting at college/institute.
If a registered candidate is not allotted a seat in round one (1), he can participate in round 2 directly without fresh registration.
Candidates willing to upgrade from Round 1 to Round 2 have to report at the allotted institute/college with original documents of round 1 and complete the admission formalities. During the completion of admission formalities, if the candidate wishes to upgrade then he/she has to give willingness for upgradation in the college
Note: MCC of DGHS will share the data of joined candidates in round 1 , round 2, round 3 of counselling with all the participating States. Similarly, the participating States will also share the data of joined candidates.
END OF ROUND 1

2nd Round :-(MD/MS/DNB/MDS) (No Free Exit Round ) Fresh Registration for 2ND ROUND (not required for earlier registered candidates) (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNB)

Notification for counseling process
NRI Status with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
New/fresh Registration for Round-2 is to be done by those candidates who -Have not registered in Round-1 (with full payment of fees)
Candidates who have Resigned / Not reported in Round-1 need not register again.
Fresh Choice filling and locking of choices for Round-2.
Publication of result of Round 2 on MCC website, mandatory uploading of essential documents on the MCC website for seat allotted candidates.
Options for an allotted candidate:- 
If a candidate participates in round-2 for and is not upgraded he/she may resign from his first round seat within two (2) days of the result declaration without forfeiture of the security deposit
Physical Reporting with original documents at the allotted Medical/Dental College/Institute against Round 2. 
If a candidate freshly registered in round 2 is not allotted a seat, he/she can participate in round 3 directly without fresh registration
If upgraded in Round 2, the candidate must take relieving from the Round 1 seat and join the Round 2 seat
Candidates getting upgraded in Round 2 Shall NOT have any claim on the Round 1 seat

Following Candidates allotted seats in round 2, are eligible to exit with forfeiture of Security deposit

  1. Candidate who are fresh allotted seat but want to leave seat and participate in further rounds
  2. Candidates upgraded but not joining from round one (1) before round 3 registration.
  3. Candidates who joined the college/institute and then resigned.
Candidates who have been fresh allotted a seat in round 2 can opt for willingness to upgrade from round2 to round 3, for which first they will have to physically report at the Round 2 allotted college/institute
Note: MCC of DGHS will share the data of joined candidates in round 1 , round 2, round 3 of counselling with all the participating States. Similarly, the participating States will also share the data of joined candidates.
END OF ROUND 2

CONVERSION ALGORITHM (applicable in third round)

 CATEGORYCATEGORY CONVERTED TO 
1ST (PwD)ST
2SC (PwD) SC
3UR (PwD)UR
4OBC(PwD)OBC
5ST SC
6SCUR
7EWS UR
8NRI/Jain Minority/Muslim MinorityUR
(*) Conversion algorithm: The conversion of seats will be carried out during the third (earlier Mop Up) Round for AIQ, Deemed, Central Universities/Institutes and DNB. Accordingly, the candidates are required to keep this aspect also in mind while filling up the seats during choice filling period before allotment third Round. The conversion of vacant reserved seats will be done as per the following algorithm:

 

Round-3 Start (earlier known as MOP –UP ROUND) :- (MD/MS/DNB/MDS) (No Free Exit Round) Fresh Registration for Round 3(not required for earlier registered candidates) (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNB)

Fresh Registration with payment of registration fee for Round-3.

Fresh/New Registration Round 3 for those candidates who 

  • Have not registered in Round-1 or Round 2 (with full payment of fees).
  • Have Resigned from Round 2 need to fill fresh choices with full payment of fees.
Who registered in Round-2 and exited with Forfeiture of fees without joining can register again with fresh payment of fees.
Those who registered but were not allotted a seat in Round-1 & Round-2 need not register again
Exercising of Fresh Choice filling and locking of choices 
Publication of result of third Round on MCC website, mandatory Uploading of essential certificates on MCC website.
Physical Reporting at the Allotted Medical/ Dental College/institute after third Round with original documents. 
Options for an allotted candidate :- 
If upgraded, the candidate must take relieving from Round 2 seat and join Round 3 seat. Once joined, he cannot upgrade or resign from this third round seat.
If any candidate does not join Round 3 seat, he may exit with forfeiture of security deposit and elimination (cannot participate in further rounds of counseling conducted by MCC, DGHS)
If a candidate freshly registers in round 3 and is not allotted any seat, he/she is eligible to participate in stray/further rounds.
Candidates getting upgraded in Round 3 shall Not have any claim on earlier round allotted seat
Note: MCC of DGHS will share the data of joined candidates in round 1 , round 2, round 3 of counselling with all the participating States. Similarly, the participating States will also share the data of joined candidates. Candidates who have joined in round 3 of state will be filtered and weeded out before processing for AIQ Stray Vacancy round of counselling.
END OF ROUND 3

Stray vacancy: (MD/MS/DNB/MDS) (No Free Exit Round) (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNB)

Fresh registrations and fresh choice filling for Final Stray Vacancy Round. The choices filled during third round will not be considered for allotment in Stray VacancyRound.
Eligibility of Candidates: who are not holding any seat or did not participate in Round- 1 and round 2. (AIQ, State, Deemed) can participate in the Stray Vacancy Round. 
Candidates who were fresh allotted seats in round 3 and did not join cannot participate in Stray Vacancy Round.
Data will be shared between Centre and States after Round 3 of states and if any candidate has his/her name in the list provide by State after round 3, then such candidates shall be eliminated from counseling before processing for All-India Stray VacancyRound
For Deemed Universities the Stray Vacancy Round will be conducted by MCC of DGHS, MoHFWas per the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India vide order dated 12.12.2022 passed in I.A NO. 132614/2022 IN W.P (c) NO. 267/2017 in Dar-us Slam Educational trust and Ors. vs.Medical Council of India & Ors.”
If a candidate is allotted a seat in Stray round, he/she has to report & join the allotted seat/college else he/she shall be debarred from NEET PG /MDS examination for subsequent 1 (one) year along withforfeiture of security deposit.
END OF STRAY VACANCY ROUND

Special Stray vacancies:- (MD/MS/DNB/MDS) (No Free Exit Round) (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes/DU/DNB)

NOTE:- The Special Stray Vacancy Round is conducted exclusively to fill any seats that remain vacant even after the Stray Vacancy Round. This round is a final attempt to ensure that no seat goes unfilled, providing one last opportunity for candidates to secure a position in their desired college or course.

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected]) (*NRI seat openings during the counseling rounds are contingent on the availability of NRI vacancies.)
  • Seat matrix Special Stray vacancies
  • Exercising of “Fresh Choice filling” and Locking of choices
  • Seat allotment Special Stray vacancies
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
NOTE:-
If a candidate is allotted a seat in SPECIAL Stray round, he has to join the allotted seat/college.  If the candidate does not join the allotted seat, he/she shall be debarred from NEETUPG/MDS examination for 01 Year along with forfeiture of fees. 

What documents are required at the time of joining in allotted Medical / Dental College?

Original documents required at the time of joining in allotted Medical/Dental College are as mentioned below:
Allotment Letter issued by MCC (Essential document)
Admit Card issued by NBE (Essential document) Result/Rank Letter issued by NBE (Essential document)
High School/Higher Secondary Certificate/Birth Certificate as proof of date or birth. (Essential document)
Mark Sheets of MBBS/BDS 1 st , 2 nd & 3 rd Professional Examinations. (Essentialdocument)
MBBS/BDS Degree Certificate/Provisional Certificate. (Essential document) Internship Completion Certificate/Certificates from the Head of Institution or College that the candidate shall complete the Internship by 31st March, of the year of admission. (Essential document)
Permanent / provisional Registration Certificate issued by MCI or DCI/State Medical or Dental Council. Provisional Registration Certificate is acceptable only in cases where candidate is undergoing internship and likely to complete the same on or before 31st March of the year of admission. (Essential document)Essential document
Candidates allotted seat must carry one of the identification proofs (ID Proof) to the allotted college at the time of admission (as mentioned in the information Bulletin published by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) for NEET i.e. PAN Card, Driving License, Voter ID, Passport or Aadhar Card). (Essential document)
The Candidate should also bring the following certificates, if applicable (Essential document)
SC/ST Certificate issued by the competent authority (in the format as specifiedin the Information Bulletin) and should be in English or Hindi language. Sub caste should be clearly mentioned in the certificate. The translated certificate must be certified by a Gazetted Officer. (Essential document)
EWS Certificate as per the Central Govt. Norms (in the format as specified inthe Information Bulletin) and should be in English or Hindi language. The translated certificate must be certified by a Gazetted Officer. (Essential document)
OBC certificate issued by the competent authority. The sub-caste should tally with the Central List of OBC. The OBC candidates should not belong to Creamy Layer. The OBC certificate must be in the format as mentioned in the prospectus. The translated certificate must be certified by a Gazetted Officer. (Essential document)
Disability Certificate issued from a duly constituted and authorized Medical Board for twenty one (21) Benchmark Disabilities as per the Rights of Persons with Disability Act,2016 and NMC Norms. No other PwD certificate, issued by any other Authorities/ Hospital will be entertained. The format of Certificate of Disability is annexed in the Information Bulletin. (Essential document)
NOTE: -Candidates without original certificates/ documents shall not be allowed to take admission in allotted Medical / Dental College. Candidates who have deposited their original documents with any other Institute / College/ University and come for admission with a certificate stating that “their original certificates are deposited with the Institute / College / University” shall not be allowed to take admission in allotted Medical/Dental College

MCC ALLOTMENT PDF LINKS FOR THE YEAR2023-24:

Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Round 1 PDF CLICK HERE
Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Round 2 PDF CLICK HERE
Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Round 3 PDF CLICK HERE
Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Stray Vacancy Round PDF CLICK HERE
Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Special Stray Vacancy Round PDF CLICK HERE
Mysore Medical College & Research Institute, MCC R1 AIQ CUT-OFF 
EWSOBC
COURSENEET RANKCOURSENEET RANK
M.D. (GENERAL MEDICINE)1942M.D. (RADIO- DIAGNOSIS)576
M.D. (PAEDIATRICS)4028M.D. (DERM.,VENE. and LEPROSY)/
(DERMATOLOGY)/
1603
M.D. (Obst. and Gynae)/MS (Obstetrics
and Gynaecology)
4362M.D. (GENERAL MEDICINE)1638
M.S. (E.N.T.)11692M.D. (PAEDIATRICS)2898
M.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOGY)16228M.S. (ORTHOPAEDICS)5604
M.D. (PHARMACOLOGY)58368M.D. (Obst. and Gynae)/MS (Obstetrics
and Gynaecology)
5657
  M.D. (Respiratory Medicine)5960
  M.S. (GENERAL SURGERY)6927
  M.S. (OPHTHALMOLOGY)9698
  M.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOGY)13636
  M.S. (E.N.T.)13967
  M.D. (PSYCHIATRY)16068
  M.D. (PATHOLOGY)27357
  M.D. (PHARMACOLOGY)47237
OPENSC
COURSENEET RANKCOURSENEET RANK
M.D. (DERM.,VENE. and LEPROSY)/
(DERMATOLOGY)/
532M.D. (RADIO- DIAGNOSIS)2191
M.D. (RADIO- DIAGNOSIS)572M.D. (GENERAL MEDICINE)7602
M.D. (GENERAL MEDICINE)656M.D. (PAEDIATRICS)11541
M.D. (PAEDIATRICS)1873M.D. (Obst. and Gynae)/MS (Obstetrics
and Gynaecology)
12841
M.D. (Obst. and Gynae)/MS (Obstetrics
and Gynaecology)
2340M.S. (GENERAL SURGERY)15190
M.S. (GENERAL SURGERY)3990M.S. (OPHTHALMOLOGY)24919
M.S. (ORTHOPAEDICS)4631M.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOGY)28748
M.S. (OPHTHALMOLOGY)8455M.S. (E.N.T.)31244
M.S. (E.N.T.)10205M.D. (PREVENTIVE and SOCIAL MEDICINE)/
COMMUNITY MEDICINE
52039
M.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOGY)11742MD/MS (Anatomy)120180
M.D. (PREVENTIVE and SOCIAL MEDICINE)/
COMMUNITY MEDICINE
24199  
M.D. (MICROBIOLOGY)44609  
M.D. (PHYSIOLOGY)75439  
  ST
  COURSENEET RANK
  M.D. (GENERAL MEDICINE)13599
  M.S. (GENERAL SURGERY)19711
  M.D. (Tuberculosis and Respiratory
diseases)/Pulmonary Medicine /M.D. (Respiratory Medicine)
46270
  M.S. (OPHTHALMOLOGY)55384
  M.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOGY)64895
MCC ROUND 2
EWSOBC
COURSENEET RANKCOURSENEET RANK
M.D. (PAEDIATRICS)2987M.D. (RADIO- DIAGNOSIS)843
M.D. (Obst. and Gynae)/MS
(Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
7139M.D. (GENERAL MEDICINE)1944
M.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOG Y)16875M.D. (DERM.,VENE. and LEPROSY)/
(DERMATOLOGY)/(S KIN and VENEREAL DISEASES)/(VENER EOLOGY)
2069
M.S. (E.N.T.)20950M.D. (Tuberculosis and Respiratory
diseases)/Pulmonary Medicine /M.D. (Respiratory Medicine)
5960
OPENM.D. (Obst. and Gynae)/MS
(Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
6177
COURSENEET RANKM.S. (ORTHOPAEDICS)7491
M.D. (RADIO- DIAGNOSIS)728M.S. (GENERAL SURGERY)9110
M.D. (GENERAL MEDICINE)1178M.S. (OPHTHALMOLOGY)14049
M.D. (DERM.,VENE. and LEPROSY)/
(DERMATOLOGY)/(S KIN and VENEREAL DISEASES)/(VENER EOLOGY)
1512M.S. (E.N.T.)15397
M.D. (PAEDIATRICS)2550M.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOG Y)16432
M.D. (Obst. and Gynae)/MS
(Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
2771M.D. (PSYCHIATRY)18436
M.S. (OPHTHALMOLOGY)3798M.D. (PATHOLOGY)34788
M.S. (GENERAL SURGERY)4106M.D. (PHARMACOLOGY)47237
M.S. (ORTHOPAEDICS)5757SC
M.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOG Y)13061COURSENEET RANK
M.S. (E.N.T.)14013M.D. (GENERAL MEDICINE)8028
M.D. (PREVENTIVE and SOCIAL MEDICINE)/ COMMUNITY
MEDICINE
29540M.D. (Obst. and Gynae)/MS
(Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
12841
M.D. (MICROBIOLOGY)59453M.D. (PAEDIATRICS)16256
M.D. (PHYSIOLOGY)76919M.S. (OPHTHALMOLOGY)29079
STM.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOG Y)29336
COURSENEET RANKM.S. (E.N.T.)38301
M.D. (Tuberculosis and Respiratory
diseases)/Pulmonary Medicine /M.D. (Respiratory Medicine)
48777M.D. (PREVENTIVE and SOCIAL MEDICINE)/ COMMUNITY
MEDICINE
57016
M.D. (ANAESTHESIOLOG Y)70276  
M.S. (OPHTHALMOLOGY)76958  

2) KEA – Karnataka Examination Authority conducts counseling for 50% of the state quota seats at the Government Medical College 

Step-Wise Process of KEA Counselling

  • PGET - Notification
  • PGET - Information Bulletin
  • PGET - Schedule
  • PGET - Online Application
  • PGET Uploading of documents
  • Applied list
  • Verification of documents
  • Verified list (Verification slip and KCET number)
  • Seat matrix & Fees structure

The separate seat matrix for Government seat, Private seat, NRI seat and others quota.

First Round:-

  • First-round schedule
  • Option entry
  • Mock allotment results
  • Chance for candidates to reshuffle their choice
  • Locking of choice 

(IMPORTANT NOTE: KEA does not allow fresh entry. In the second round, only reshuffling is allowed.

  • Result: First Round
  • Allotment cut-off first-round
  • Reporting to the college (Choices 1,2,3,4 are given)

REVISED Percentile : ON 19/09/2023

CategoryEligibility Criteria as per NBE, New DELHICut-off Score
General category (UR/EWS)          50th Percentile      ZERO       
SC/ST/BC & PWD (SC/ST/BC)40th Percentile ZERO
General Category (PWD)45th PercentileZERO

Second Round:-

  • Fresh registration was allowed due to lowering the qualifying Percentile including in-service candidates, up to zero Percentile.
  • Submission of Original Documents
  • Option entry & choice filling (only reshuffling is allowed)
  • Allotment & cut-off of the second round
  • Reporting

“NOTE: People who got allotted in 1st & 2nd Round are not allowed to participate in the mop-up round."

Mop Up Round:

  • No Fresh Registration
  • Deposit of documents, Document verification
  • Caution deposit to KEA through online
  • Option entry (whereas in 2022 it was offline counseling and in 2023 it was online counseling with a caution deposit of 3 lakhs for medical students and 2 lakhs for dental students to participate in the MOP-UP Round)
  • Allotment & cut-off of the mop-up round
  • Reporting

Stray vacancy round:

  • Fresh registration was allowed for the candidates who hadn't registered in the subsequent rounds.
  • Submission of Original Documents
  • Caution deposit to KEA through online
  • Option entry
  • Allotment & cut-off of the mop-up round
  • Reporting
  • In 2022, the institutional mop-up round of counseling will fill the vacant seats or remain unfilled seats after a mop-up round of KEA counseling. This round is conducted by colleges to fill the left-over seats. A list of the registered candidates' names for stray vacancies will be sent to private colleges to be exhausted strictly in order of merit.

SEAT MATRIX 2023–24: 

FIRST-ROUND SEAT MATRIX 2023-2024
PG MEDICAL / DENTAL GOVT . CUTOFF RANK (ALL INDIA RANK) OF PGET-2022 - FIRST ROUND SEAT MATRIX CLICK HERE
PG MEDICAL / DENTAL PRIVATE CUTOFF RANK (ALL INDIA RANK) OF PGET-2022 - FIRST ROUND SEAT MATRIX CLICK HERE
PG MEDICAL / DENTAL NRI/OTHERS CUTOFF RANK (ALL INDIA RANK) OF PGET-2022 - FIRST ROUND SEAT MATRIX CLICK HERE
SECOND-ROUND SEAT MATRIX
PG MEDICAL / DENTAL GOVT . CUTOFF RANK (ALL INDIA RANK) OF PGET-2022 - SECOND ROUND SEAT MATRIX CLICK HERE
PG MEDICAL / DENTAL PRIVATE CUTOFF RANK (ALL INDIA RANK) OF PGET-2022 - SECOND ROUND SEAT MATRIX  CLICK HERE
PG MEDICAL / DENTAL NRI/OTHERS CUTOFF RANK (ALL INDIA RANK) OF PGET-2022 - SECOND ROUND SEAT MATRIX  CLICK HERE
MOP UP ROUND SEAT MATRIX 
PG MEDICAL / DENTAL GOVT . CUTOFF RANK (ALL INDIA RANK) OF PGET-2022 - MOP UP ROUND SEAT MATRIX CLICK HERE
PG MEDICAL / DENTAL PRIVATE CUTOFF RANK (ALL INDIA RANK) OF PGET-2022 - MOP UP ROUND SEAT MATRIX  CLICK HERE
PG MEDICAL / DENTAL NRI/OTHERS CUTOFF RANK (ALL INDIA RANK) OF PGET-2022 - MOP UP ROUND SEAT MATRIX CLICK HERE

KEA NEET PG 2023-24 Allotment list Links:

 KEA PG FIRST ROUND Cut-off 
NON IN SERVICE ALLOTMENT LISTCLICK HERE
hfw in service allotment listCLICK HERE
esic seat allotted listCLICK HERE
autonomous seat allotted listCLICK HERE
KEA PG SECOND ROUND Cut-off 
NON IN SERVICE ALLOTMENT LISTCLICK HERE
hfw in service allotment listCLICK HERE
esic seat allotted listCLICK HERE
autonomous seat allotted listCLICK HERE
 KEA PG MOP-UP ROUND CUTOFF CLICK HERE
KEA PG STRAY VACANCY ROUND 
medical non-inserviceCLICK HERE
medical in-serviceCLICK HERE
KEA PG EXTENDED STRAY VACANCY ROUNDCLICK HERE

KEA NEET PG 2023-24 CUT OFF :

All India
Rank
Course NameAllotted
Category
576M.D. Radio DiagnosisGM
757M.D. General MedicineGM
895M.D. Radio DiagnosisSCG
1291M.D. General Medicine3BG
1595M.D. General Medicine2AG
1602M.D. PaediatricsGM
2271M.S. Obstetrics and
Gynecology
GM
2385M.D. Respiratory Medicine3AG
3030M.D. General Medicine2BH
3220M.S. Obstetrics and
Gynecology
GMH
3271M.D. Paediatrics3AG
3736M.S. General SurgeryGM
3750M.D. Paediatrics2AG
3798M.S. OpthalamologyGM
4009M.S. OrthopedicsGM
4235M.S. ENTGM
4766M.S. General Surgery3AG
6476M.S. Obstetrics and
Gynecology
1G
7065M.S. General Surgery2AG
7613M.D. Radio DiagnosisSCH
8028M.D. General MedicineSCG
8882M.D. AnaesthesiaGM
8890M.S. Opthalamology2AG
9110M.S. Orthopedics2BG
9518M.D. Anaesthesia3AG
11169M.S. General Surgery1G
11321M.D. PaediatricsSCG
12841M.S. Obstetrics and
Gynecology
SCG
12875M.S. ENT2BG
16750M.D. PathologyGM
18030M.S. General SurgerySCG
18895M.D. Community MedicineGM
20319M.S. ENT2AG
20695M.S. OrthopedicsSCG
21153M.D. MicrobiologyGM
24593M.D. AnaesthesiaSCG
29079M.S. OpthalamologySCG
36303M.S. General SurgerySTG
42627M.D. PsychiatrySCH
43223M.D. Pathology2AG
68073M.D. AnatomyGM
75289M.D. AnaesthesiaSTH
102749M.D. MicrobiologyGMH
Round 2
All India
Rank
Course NameAllotted
Category
913M.D. Radio DiagnosisGM
1595M.D. General MedicineGM
2816M.D. General Medicine3BG
3030M.D. General Medicine2BH
3220M.S. Obstetrics and
Gynecology
GM
3234M.D. General Medicine2AG
3237M.D. General Medicine2AG
3479M.D. PaediatricsGM
3551M.D. Paediatrics3AG
5113M.D. Paediatrics2AG
5354M.S. Obstetrics and
Gynecology
GMH
7065M.S. General SurgeryGM
7613M.D. Radio DiagnosisSCG
7736M.S. General Surgery2AG
8028M.D. General MedicineSCG
10047M.S. General Surgery3AG
11140M.S. OrthopedicsGM
11456M.S. OpthalamologyGM
12038M.D. Respiratory Medicine3AG
12841M.S. Obstetrics and
Gynecology
SCG
12961M.S. Obstetrics and
Gynecology
1G
13763M.D. Radio DiagnosisSCH
15119M.D. AnaesthesiaGM
15189M.S. Orthopedics2BG
18019M.S. Opthalamology2AG
18030M.S. General SurgerySCG
18044M.S. ENTGM
18371M.S. General Surgery1G
20278M.D. Anaesthesia3AG
22729M.D. PaediatricsSCG
23734M.S. ENT2AG
25271M.S. ENT2BG
28802M.D. DermatologyPGM
33463M.S. OrthopedicsSCG
36385M.D. PathologyGM
42627M.D. PsychiatrySCH
44992M.S. OpthalamologySCG
45823M.D. AnaesthesiaSCG
54554M.D. Pathology2AG
55827M.D. Community MedicineGM
65982M.S. General SurgerySTG
99072M.D. AnaesthesiaSTH
115010M.D. General MedicinePGM
126599M.D. Forensic MedicineGM
146762M.D. PharmacologyGM
193865M.D. MicrobiologyGM
200287M.D. PharmacologyPGM

Note: The Admission Process is written as per the ordinance of the official Counselling Agency.

Fee Structure
A1M.D. Anatomy39150/-
A2M.D. Physiology39150/-
A3M.D. Biochemistry39150/-
B1M.D. Pharmacology64150/-
B2M.D. Pathology64150/-
B3M.D. Microbiology64150/-
B4M.D. Community Medicine64150/-
B5M.D. Forensic Medicine64150/-
C1M.D. Dermatology114150/-
C3M.D. Paediatrics114150/-
C4M.D. General Medicine114150/-
C5M.D. Radio Diagnosis114150/-
C6M.D. Psychiatry114150/-
C7M.D. Respiratory Medicine114150/-
D1M.S. Opthalamology114150/-
D2M.S. ENT114150/-
D3M.S. Orthopedics114150/-
D4M.D. Anaesthesia114150/-
D5M.S. General Surgery114150/-
D6M.S. Obstetrics and
Gynecology
114150/-

Note: The Fee Structure is as per the Notification of the official Counselling Agency, Please visit the official website in subject to any changes.

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