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KEA Announces Mock Allotment Results For NEET PG Admissions
Karnataka: Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) released the PGET 2022 Medical/Dental/DNB mock seat allotment result for 2022-23. To check the results, the candidates need to click on the link http://keauglb.centralindia.cloudapp.azure.com:84/pgetresults2022-mock-medicaldnb/main/results.php The results are announced after the 1st round of the counselling schedule. A total of 3087...
Karnataka: Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) released the PGET 2022 Medical/Dental/DNB mock seat allotment result for 2022-23.
To check the results, the candidates need to click on the link http://keauglb.centralindia.cloudapp.azure.com:84/pgetresults2022-mock-medicaldnb/main/results.php
The results are announced after the 1st round of the counselling schedule.
A total of 3087 seats were allocated for PG Medical and PG Dental admissions. PG Medical had 2146 seats, and PG Dental had 941 seats allotted.
The last date for the document verification process was on 6th October 2022. The candidates who have registered and applied online for PGET-2022 but did not complete the process of verification of documents on the scheduled dates were asked to appear for verification of documents. The candidates who have scored more than or equal to the prescribed minimum score in NEET PG 2022 / NEET MDS-2022 and who could not register online were also asked to come for the verification on the same day. For such candidates, registration and verification of documents were done simultaneously.
The merit list was released based on registration, NEET PG rank, state domicile, reservation, and other criteria. The candidates whose names were on the merit list were only allowed to participate in the counselling process. The counselling process will have 3 rounds, i.e. round 1, round 2, and the mop-up round. The mop-up round will only be conducted if any seats are vacant after round 2.
Eligibility criteria –
1. The candidates must have qualified for NEET PG/NEET MDS 2022
2. The candidates must possess an MBBS/BDS degree from an institute recognised by MCI/DCI
3. The candidates must have completed their compulsory rotatory internship by 31st April 2022
Karnataka Examinations Authority is governed by the Governing Council headed by the Honourable Minister of Higher Education. The Government of Karnataka established Common Entrance Test Cell in the year 1994 for conducting entrance tests and determining the eligibility/merit for admission to the first year or first semester of full-time professional courses for Government share of seats in Medical, Dental, Indian systems of medicine and Homeopathy, Engineering / Architecture Courses, BSc (Agriculture), BSc (Sericulture), BSc (Horticulture), BSc (Forestry), BSc Agri Bio Tech, BHSc (Home Science), BTech (Agri. Engg), BTech (Food Technology), BTech (Dairy Tech), BFSc (Fisheries), BTech (Food Science & Tech), BSc (Agri. Marketing & Co-Op), B-Pharma, Pharma-D Courses.