Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute

Govt Est. 1955Bangalore, Karnataka
About College

Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute 

The Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute previously known as Bangalore Medical College was initially started as a private Medical college in the year 1955 by Mysore Medical Education Society and was later handed over to the Government of Karnataka in 1956 and was affiliated to Bangalore University. After the formation of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences BMC was affiliated to the new university in 1997. The Founders of this Society were  Dr. R. Shivaram, Dr. Mekhri, Dr. B.K. Narayana Rao and Dr. B.V. Ramaswamy. It is located on K.R. Road, near City Market - The heart of Bangalore. It is very well-connected by Road, Rail, Metro and aerial routes. BMCRI was ranked 14th among medical colleges in India in 2020 by India Today and 12th among medical colleges in India in 2019 by Outlook India and 9th by The Week.

The Medical College is among the top medical college in Karnataka and is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences-RGUHS, Karnataka, and recognized by National Medical Commission (NMC), India. It has an annual intake of 250 MBBS seats, 280 seats in 22 disciplines of Post-Graduate studies and 18 seats in 7 Super-Specialization studies. It celebrated its golden jubilee in 2005–2006 with major renovation and the inauguration of a state-of-the-art digital library and Basavarajendra Auditorium. In 2006, the college was granted Autonomous status by the Government of Karnataka. The college is presently undergoing major renovation along the lines of AIIMS. Work on upgrade of the college to the level of AIIMS started in March 2007. Under the Rs1.2 billion (US$17 million) centrally funded project upgrade work is taking place in the college as well as all the affiliated hospitals.

The campus is spread in an area of over 200 acres which includes the academic block, hospitals, library, hostels, student lounge, food court, gymnasium, a basketball court, volleyball court etc. There are very  good spacious Classrooms, 4 Lecture halls with a seating capacity of 100, Demonstration room, Examination Hall. Auditorium is located on the top of the building. Departmental museums are in place and there are state of the art laboratory facilities.  A Seminar Hall has been constructed by the alumni with a capacity of 280 seats with access to the latest equipment for Tele-medicine. The Tele-Medicine unit was started in collaboration with ISRO on the eve of Golden jubilee celebrations and it makes BMCRI the first Government Medical college to provide this facility in the state of Karnataka. 

The Clinical Skills Centre in the BMCRI campus offers hands-on training in Microsurgery techniques applicable in various super specialties like laparoscopic surgery, neurosurgery, Plastic surgery, ENT surgery and Ophthalmology. The mentors at the centre include teaching faculty from BMCRI, other medical colleges and private practicing surgeons. With this, BMCRI became one of the very few centres in this country to offer this facility and training. The Infosys Foundation has constructed a well equipped 24 hours central laboratory at Victoria Hospital campus which includes the Pathology, Microbiology and the Biochemistry labs. It provides the latest diagnostic tests at a subsidised rates for the poor and needy patients. The Centenary building houses new wards, the Nuclear medicine department with gamma camera and modern operation theatres. Vishranthi Dhama, A Dharmashala on the campus provides highly subsidized accommodation for patients’ attendants.

Central Library having all Medical Books Indian & Foreign Journals with separate space to the students & Teaching Staff also 1 Digital Library. This digital library has 80 nodes, which have access to the latest medical journals and is used by the students and faculty of Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute for research purposes and to acquire the latest medical knowledge. Indoor and Outdoor Sports, Games and Recreational facilities are available. The boys hostels are Bheema Hostel located near Rayan Circle, Tunga Bhadra Hostel within campus and another near Palace Road which holds a special place. The ladies Kaveri hostel is located within campus next to the Tunga Bhadra hostel. The postgraduate hostel is located in Chamarajpet.

Number of Seats in MBBS Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute 
COURSEUNIVERSITYTYPEESTDNO OF SEAT
M.B.B.S.Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences-RGUHSGovt.1955250

BMRCI Attached Hospitals

1. Victoria Hospital

Is a government run hospital affiliated with Bangalore Medical College now renamed Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute. It is the largest hospital in Bangalore, and the second largest Hospital in India accommodating more than 1000 patients at a time. Started by Shri Krishnaraja Wodeyar, the then Maharaja of Mysore in 1901. Emergency services are available 24 hours including traumatology and emergency surgery in the Mahabodhi Burns and Casualty block with a 24-hour blood bank. The burns department housed in the same building is among the best in Karnataka and is managed by the Plastic Surgery department. A centralized laboratory modernized with a grant from Infosys provides 24-hour services. The outpatient department housed in the Sir Puttanna Chetty block has a pharmacy that supplies medicines free to poor patients. The facilities available includes departments of Medicine, Surgery, Orthopaedics, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Radiology and Radiotherapy, physiotherapy, Forensic Medicine super specialities include Plastic Surgery, Surgical and Medical Gastro Enterology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Cardiology and Urology. 

2. Vanivilas Women and Children Hospital

It was built in 1935 and renovated in 2002 and is also one of the oldest hospitals has 536 beds and an average of 75-80 patients are treated as out-patients every day, 17-20 patients admitted, and average 500 surgeries per month are conducted. It has well equipped Obstetrics, Gynecology, Pediatrics and Pediatric Surgery Departments. There is a neonatal intensive care unit. Vanivilas hospital is a center for excellence in prevention of parent to child transmission of AIDS. 

3. Bowring and Lady Curzon Hospital

Is a teaching hospital and autonomous university in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It was originally a medical institution belonging to Mysore State, but in 1884 it was made over to the Civil and Military Administration. This hospital was only the Civil Medical Institution of Bangalore till 1890. It had accommodation for 104 beds, of which 80 were for men and 24 for women patients. Additional accommodation for female patients was provided by the donations contributed by philanthropic citizens and by the Government of India.Now it's renamed as Sri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical College and Research Institute inaugurated on 29/12/2020. the 152-year-old hospital has also been teaching students pursuing medical degrees since late 19th century during the British Raj. Now it is a multispeciality hospital, located in the heart of Bangalore City, at Shivajinagar with 686 beds and an average of 700-900 patients are treated as outpatients every day, 70-80 patients get admitted, and average 420-450 deliveries per month are conducted in addition to 800 surgeries per month. 

4. Minto Eye Hospital

Minto Eye Hospital was established in the year 1896 making it one of the oldest speciality eye hospitals in the world. It is a 300 bedded, tertiary ophthalmic hospital attached to BMCRI, which caters to the need of Karnataka and also the neighbouring areas of other states. It includes an Eye Bank, Glaucoma clinic, Squint clinic and a Vitreo retinal centre.

5. SDS Tuberculosis Sanatorium

The SDS Tuberculosis and Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest diseases (formerly SDS Tuberculosis Sanatorium) is a government run institute affiliated with Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute specializing in treating tuberculosis and other chest diseases. The sanatorium is housed on a sprawling campus near Hosur road in Bangalore. It a premier institute where chest diseases are treated with expertise from the best in the field. Of special importance attributed to the hospital is its treatment of tuberculosis which is a major cause of mortality and morbidity in the region. Specialised treatment of tuberculosis and its varied complications are dealt with medically and if be need surgically yet being very cost effective. It also functions as a chest injury and trauma care referral hospital.

In addition, A 203-bed super-speciality tertiary care hospital PMSSY Hospital has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 72 crores under the Pradhana Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY) on the premises of the college. The new hospital has super-speciality departments of neurology, neurosurgery, plastic surgery, cardiology, paediatric surgery and surgical gastroenterology.

Apart from this, it is involved in community health facilities like Nelamangala Taluk Hospital, the urban family welfare center on Siddaiah Road and primary health centers in Pavgada, Sundekoppa, K. G. Halli and Hessarghatta. As a part of rural outreach specialist doctors are sent by the college to these rural centres every month. The teaching hospitals attached to Bangalore Medical College have more than 3,000 beds. Apart from undergraduate courses, postgraduate courses are available in most specialities. Mahabodhi Burns Centre is a state-of-the-art burns department with an associated Skin bank which caters to all of Karnataka.

These hospitals with total bed strength of around 3500, cater to half of the population of Bangalore City and surrounding areas. 

 

CONTACT AND OTHER DETAILS: Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute 

AddressBangalore Medical College and Research Institute Fort, K.R. Road Bangalore - 560 002 Karnataka, India
Phone:080 2670 0810
E-mail: [email protected]
Website:http://www.bmcri.org/
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Admission Process

Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, MBBS NEETUG Counseling is conducted by 1) MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)( Open To All )and 2) KEA – Karnataka Examination Authority  (State Domicile)

AIQ (Medical Counselling Committee(MCC) )SQ KEA – Karnataka Examination Authority
15%85%

1 ) MCC (Medical Counselling Committee)(15%) (Open To All)

The MCC/DGHS conducts Counseling for allotment of Under Graduate (MBBS and BDS) seats to the NEETUG/BDS eligible and qualified candidates in participating Government Medical/Dental Colleges of the country under 15% All India Quota and 100% Central & Deemed University quota every year. All the candidates who have qualified for All India Quota seats on the basis of their rank in NEET UG /BDS conducted by NTA including candidates from Union Territory of J&K will be eligible. The role of MCC 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 Testing Agency (NTA) i.e. the NEET (UG) examination conducting body 

Candidates who fall under the category of NRI as per the directions/ orders of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the case (W.P. No. 689/2017- Consortium of Deemed Universities in Karnataka (CODEUNIK) & Anr. Vs. Union of India &Ors.) dated 22-08- 2017 are eligible for NRI Category seats. OCI/PIO/Foreign Nationals will be eligible for only NRI seats .The eligible Indian National Candidates wanting to get converted to sponsored NRI category have to submit the  documents as and when the same are called for by the MCC

 There will be four rounds of AIQ online counseling i.e. AIQ Round 1, AIQ Round 2, AIQ  Round 3 and AIQ Stray Vacancy Round (SLA (C) No. 10487 of 2021 in the matter of Nihila P.P. v/s MCC & Ors. Hon’ble Supreme Court of India) which will be conducted in online mode. All candidates who have qualified for All India Quota seats on the basis of their rank in NEET UG conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) across the Country. Eligible candidates may download the Rank letter/ Result from NTA website. Cut-off rank of eligible candidates will also be available on the MCC website (www.mcc.nic.in). No seats will be reverted back after the completion of round 3 of AIQ to the States. 

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’.

Step Wise Counseling Process conducted by MCC

 There are multiple rounds of counselling i.e. Round 1, Round 2,  Round 3 & Stray Vacancy Round. ALL four rounds of AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB,  are conducted by MCC  through ONLINE ONLY i.e., Round 1, Round 2 , Round 3, and Stray Vacancy round. In the YEAR 2022–23 (Round 3) was called the Mop-Up round, where there was no sliding (upgradation) from the 2nd round to the mop-up round, but in 2023–2024, there was an upgradation from ROUND 2 to Round 3. In 2023-2024 Stray Vacancy Round was ONLINE, but in 2022-23 Stray Vacancy Round is conducted physically by the Deemed Universities for which the list of registered & eligible Candidates is forwarded by MCC to the respective Deemed Universities. The allotment shall only be in terms of merit. As per the directions issued by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in SLA(C) No. 10487 of 2021, the AIQ scheme has been modified and MCC of DGHS , MoHFW will conduct 04 rounds of AIQ counselling. Hence, the 3rd round (earlier mop-up round) and fourth round, i.e. stray vacancy round, will be conducted online counseling for AIQ, Deemed University from 2023–24 onwards.

RoundsTypes of Counselling Mode 
Round 1- (By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC))AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline
Round 2- (By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC))AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline
 Round 3 (earlier MOPUP)- (By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC))AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline
Stray Vacancy Round- - By Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline
Special Stray Vacancy Round -Online - Medical Counselling Committee (MCC)AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/InstitutesOnline

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:- (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-AIQ, Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix display
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download the allotment letter
  • Options for an allotted candidate
  1. “Satisfied with the allotted seat and candidate is willing to report to the allotted college, not interested in further allotment of seats in any subsequent round for any discipline”.
  2. The candidate is satisfied with the allotted seat but wishes to participate in the next round. Such candidates should pay the prescribed fees
  3. The candidate is not satisfied with the present allotment and wishes to participate in the next round of counselling. The previously allotted seat is forfeited and offered to the next eligible candidate
  4. Not satisfied with MCC allotted seat and candidate has got seat elsewhere, so candidate is quitting and not to be considered for allotment of seats in any of the further rounds

2nd Round :- (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes)

Fresh Registration for Mop-up Round (not required for earlier resigned candidates)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-AIQ, Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix display
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download the allotment letter
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit) (Exit With Forfeiture of Fees )( Upgradation is available For  Round 3 only.)
  • Reporting at the Medical Institutions/university against 2nd Round (candidates once joined the allotted seat against 2nd Round are not allowed to vacate the seat)

3rd Round :- (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes)
Fresh Registration for Mop-up Round (not required for earlier resigned candidates)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit)
  • Reporting To The College

Stray vacancy: (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit)
  • Reporting To The College

Special Stray vacancies:- (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit)
  • Reporting To The College

Allotment PDF LINKS for the year UG 2023-24 Counselling :

MCC NEET  2023-2024
 Information bulletin neet (ug) 2023Click
Seat Matrix AIQ Click
Seat Matrix DEEEMD UNIVERSITIESClick
Seat Matrix CENTRAL UNIVERSITYClick
Seat Matrix AIIMSClick
Seat Matrix final ESIC insured personClick
Seat Matrix jipmerClick
FINAL RESULT ROUND 1Click
FINAL RESULT ROUND 2Click
FINAL RESULT ROUND 3Click
Stray Vacancy Round AllotmentClick
Special Stray Vacancy Round AllotmentClick

SEAT MATRIX OF 15% AIQ Medical Counselling Committee(MCC)  FOR THE YEAR 2023-24:Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute

InstituteQuotaOpenOpen PwDGeneral- EWSGeneral- EWS PwDOBCOBC PwDSCSC PwDSTST PwDTotalSeats
Bangalore Medical College and Research
Institute(200161)
All India1713091502038

MCC  AIQ CUT-OFF 20223-24 List Admitted Candidates  Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute

Round 1
RankAllotted QuotaAllotted InstituteAlloted Category
1337All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteOpen
2998All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteOBC
3279All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteEWS
11677All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteSC
29335All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteST
172775All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteOpen PwD
396019All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteOBC
PwD
Round 2
RankAllotted QuotaAllotted InstituteAlloted Category
1271All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteOpen
3593All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteOBC
5158All IndiaBangalore Medical College and Research InstituteEWS

MCC  AIQ CUT-OFF 2022-23 List Admitted Candidates  Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute

Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute MCC-AIQ Cut off 2022-23
ROUND 1ROUND 2MOPUP ROUND
RANKCATEGORY RANKCATEGORY RANKCATEGORY 
1147Open1451Open6483Open
2741OBC3559OBC7270OBC
3357EWS5404EWS10131EWS
27201SC36204SC83122SC
11984ST    
 (MCC- AIQ) NEET-UG Counselling Seats Allotment -2022 Round 1 PDF - CLICK HERE    
 (MCC- AIQ)  NEET-UG Counselling Seats Allotment -2022 Round 2 PDF - CLICK HERE    
(MCC- AIQ) NEET-UG Counselling Seats Allotment -2022 MOP-UP  Round  PDF - CLICK HERE    

2) KEA – Karnataka Examination Authority conducts counselling  for Government Medical College (85% seats )

Karnataka Examination Authority  is the centralized online counselling process for the state Karnataka, which allows (Government seat in Government college ,Government seat in private college/private university and Management(others) seat, NRI seats in private colleges/private universities) through KEA counselling where KEA   conducts in 4 rounds, 1st round, 2nd round, Mop-up round and stray vacancy round. Application form will be available in the UGNEET section in https://cetonline.karnataka.gov.in/kea/Neet2023 

KEA – Karnataka Examination Authority conducts counseling for Government Medical College (85% seats and another 15% will be conducted by MCC), 100% seat allotment in Private Universities & Private Medical College ( includes Non-Minority, linguistic minority, and religious minority institutions), by KEA

Step-Wise Process of KEA Counselling

  • UGNEET - Notification
  • UGNEET - Information Bulletin
  • UGNEET- Schedule
  • UGNEET - Online Application
  • UGNEET 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 Doesn’t allow fresh entry who have registered in the first round. In the second Round only reshuffling is allowed)

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

Second Round:-

  • fresh registration for those candidate who have not registered in the first round
  • fresh entry for a new registered candidate
  • 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 1 lakhs forstudents  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 link 2023–24:

1st ROUND
Government - General QuotaClick
Government - Hyd-Kar QuotClick
Government -special category quotaClick
Private (P) QuotaClick
NRI (N) & Others (Q) QuotaClick
2nd ROUND
Government - General QuotaClick
Government - Hyd-Kar QuotClick
Private (P) QuotaClick
NRI (N) & Others (Q) QuotaClick
 Mop-Up Round
Government - General QuotaClick 
Government - Hyd-Kar QuotClick
Government -special category quotaClick
Private (P) QuotaClick
NRI (N) & Others (Q) QuotaClick

CUTOFF link 2023-24 

 First Round Final Allotment Gvt (General)Click
 First-Round Final Allotment  (Hyd-Kar) Click
 First Round Final Allotment  Private (P), NRI (N) & Others (Q) QuotaClick
 1st ROUND ALLOTMENT LIST- [ 16-08-2023 ]Click
 2nd Round
MEDICAL 2nd ROUND SEAT ALLOTMENT LIST [05-09-2023]Click
DENTAL 2nd ROUND SEAT ALLOTMENT LIST [05-09-2023]Click
2nd Round Post Allotment ProcedureClick
MOP UP ROUND
 KEA MOP UP ROUND list of allotted candidateClick
 STRAY VACANCY ROUND SEAT ALLOTMENT LISTClick
 Special Stray Vacancy  round  09/11/2023Click
 
 Kea UG Fees Structure 2023-2024Click

STATE CUTOFF 2022-23 OF 85% STATE QUOTA  KEA – Karnataka Examination Authority FOR THE YEAR 2023-24:Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute

 Round 1
All India RankName of the Medical College Allotted.Allotted Category
2995Bangalore Medical College,GM
4750Bangalore Medical College,GMH
5545Bangalore Medical College,3AG
5695Bangalore Medical College,2BG
5871Bangalore Medical College,3BG
7280Bangalore Medical College,XD
7702Bangalore Medical College,GMR
8004Bangalore Medical College,3BR
8224Bangalore Medical College,3AR
8266Bangalore Medical College,GMRH
8313Bangalore Medical College,2BH
8693Bangalore Medical College,2BR
8812Bangalore Medical College,GMK
9446Bangalore Medical College,2AG
9893Bangalore Medical College,2AH
12228Bangalore Medical College,2AK
13166Bangalore Medical College,1G
14839Bangalore Medical College,2AR
16214Bangalore Medical College,1R
18134Bangalore Medical College,1H
21469Bangalore Medical College,JK
34912Bangalore Medical College,SCG
37149Bangalore Medical College,STG
38710Bangalore Medical College,STH
38990Bangalore Medical College,SCH
46463Bangalore Medical College,STR
47593Bangalore Medical College,SCR
59688Bangalore Medical College,SCK
509550Bangalore Medical College,PH
Round 2
RankName of the Medical College Allotted.Allotted Category
3508Bangalore Medical College,GM
5673Bangalore Medical College,3AG
5871Bangalore Medical College,GMH
6011Bangalore Medical College,3BG
7280Bangalore Medical College,XD
7894Bangalore Medical College,2BG
8224Bangalore Medical College,GMR
8266Bangalore Medical College,GMRH
8313Bangalore Medical College,2BH
8584Bangalore Medical College,3AR
8693Bangalore Medical College,2BR
9801Bangalore Medical College,2AG
9886Bangalore Medical College,3BR
9893Bangalore Medical College,2AH
12228Bangalore Medical College,GMK
13166Bangalore Medical College,1G
13619Bangalore Medical College,2AK
14839Bangalore Medical College,2AR
16214Bangalore Medical College,1R
18134Bangalore Medical College,1H
37474Bangalore Medical College,STG
38710Bangalore Medical College,STH
38990Bangalore Medical College,SCG
47087Bangalore Medical College,SCH
51427Bangalore Medical College,STR
52877Bangalore Medical College,SCR
59688Bangalore Medical College,SCK
74772Bangalore Medical College,JK
509550Bangalore Medical College,PH
Mop-Up 
14759Bangalore Medical College,GM

STATE CUTOFF 2022-23 OF 85% STATE QUOTA  KEA – Karnataka Examination Authority FOR THE YEAR 2022-23:Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute

1 Round 
1G1K1R2AG2AK2AR2BG2BK2BR3AG3AK3AR3BG3BK3BRGMGMKGMRSCGSCKSCRSTGSTKSTR
13544--1780310288210361477811031--288365561--99837248--9994414013089980044688522096219032027----
1H1KH1RH2AH2AKH2ARH2BH2BKH2BRH3AH3AKH3ARH3BH3BKH3BRHGMHGMKHGMRHSCHSCKHSCRHSTHSTKHSTRH
------17489----------5834----7252----5082--1063659305----------
2nd Round 
1G1K1R2AG2AK2AR2BG2BK2BR3AG3AK3AR3BG3BK3BRGMGMKGMRSCGSCKSCRSTGSTKSTR
15368--1780310423210361477814611--288366182--103887252--9994485613089998348323522096668147016----
1H1KH1RH2AH2AKH2ARH2BH2BKH2BRH3AH3AKH3ARH3BH3BKH3BRHGMHGMKHGMRHSCHSCKHSCRHSTHSTKHSTRH
------17489----------7875----7885----5761--1063669448----------
KEA UG medical/dental/ayush cutoff (general) - 1st Round final allotment pdf Link Click 
KEA UG medical/dental/ayush cutoff (hyd-kar) - 1st Round final allotment pdf Link Click
KEA UG medical/dental/ayush cutoff (general) - 2nd Round final allotment pdf Link Click 
KEA UG medical/dental/ayush cutoff (hyd-kar) - 2nd Round final allotment pdf Link Click

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

Fee Structure
NAME OF THE COLLEGE                        FEES STRUCTURE                   
Bangalore Medical College & Research Institute(Open)                                 59850
OBC,SC,ST59850
For KEA Fee Structure 2022-23 Click Here

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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