Karnataka Examination Authority to release NEET PG State seat matrix and Fee structure today after 4:00 PM.The fees structure and seat matrix can be downloaded on kea.kar.nic.in. Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has resumed the registration of Karnataka PG/MDS 2020 on April 17. The registration for Karnataka NEET PG Medical and dental ended on 20th Aprill. The application form is available on the official website of kea.kar.nic.in. the counselling will be conducted for admission to around MD and MS seats offered by medical colleges of the state under 50% state quota seats. While the remaining 50% of seats from government medical colleges will be granted under All India Quota (AIQ) seats offered by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).First round admission procedure has been mentioned below.
About Choice Filling & Locking:
During the counselling of Karnataka PG medical and dental, aspirants will be required to login to provide their preferences of colleges as well as courses. Candidates should know that it is extremely important to lock those choices before the last given date. If an aspirant fails to do so, then the choices will automatically be locked on the last date.
KEA will prepare the seat allotment list on the basis of the seat matrix for the current admission session, state merit list, and the choices filled by the applicants of Karnataka NEET PG counselling 2020. Candidates who have been allocated a seat in the first/second round of Karnataka PG medical counselling will now have to choose if they want to retain/surrender the allocated seat. He/she has to login to the registered account on the official website and choose from among the following four options:
Choice 1: Candidate is satisfied with the allocated seat and is willing to report to the allotted college. He/she is not interested in further allotment of seats in any subsequent round for any discipline.
Choice 2: Candidate is satisfied with the allocated seat but wishes to participate in the next round (for upgrading).
Choice 3: Candidate is not satisfied with the seat allocated to him/her and would like to surrender it. He/she would, however, like to participate in any further rounds of counselling.
Choice 4: candidate is not satisfied with the seat allocated to him/her and would like to surrender it. He/she would not like to participate in further allotment of seats in any subsequent round for any discipline.
If a candidate opts for choice 1 or 2, but is unable to join the allocated institute: Such candidates have to mandatorily report to the allocated institute. Not reporting to the institute within the assigned duration will be considered as blocking of seat, and will attract a penalty.