In my 17 years of experience, I have noticed that Karnataka is the hub for Medical Education and thousands of aspirants from all over the country are interested in taking MBBS admission in Karnataka.
Till a few years before it was really easy to get an MBBS management quota seat in Karnataka at the lowest fees. If you have 50% is 12th standard and ready to pay the fees? Then you could have taken the seat directly by paying the fees.
But, after the NEET was introduced the whole admission system for medical courses changed. You have to attend the counseling and seats will be allotted based on merit.
You might be thinking, that if you score fewer marks in NEET, you won’t be able to get an MBBS admission – right?
The answer is No. Because most of the students and parents are overconfident and attend the counseling procedures without the proper information. Which at last results in the loss of one year for the student.
If you are well aware of the counseling procedures or if you have proper guidance, you can easily secure MBBS admission with any NEET marks.
I am telling you all these, as I just wanted to give you a basic idea about the admission procedure for MBBS and wanted to be aware.
In this article, I will be sharing information about the management quota fees for MBBS in Karnataka and also a few tips and tricks to secure a medical seat at the lowest fees in Karnataka.
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Types of Fee Structure in Karnataka
There are more than 60 medical colleges in Karnataka including the government medical colleges. With 7145 seats for MBBS in private and deemed colleges and 3050 seats in government medical colleges.
Here I won’t be talking about government seats and I will be telling you about private college seats.
There are two types of non-government institutes in Karnataka and they are:
- Private medical colleges.
- Deemed medical colleges.
In private medical colleges, for which the counseling is conducted by the state authority called KEA or Karnataka Examination Authority, there are 4 types of seats:
- G-Quota – Government Quota.
- P-Quota – Private Quota.
- Q-Quota – Management Quota.
In deemed medical colleges there are only two types of seats and they are management quota and NRI quota. So here I will be sharing both the fee structure for private colleges and deemed colleges. 😀
Management Quota Fees for MBBS in Karnataka – Private Colleges
Below are the tuition fees charged by the college each year. Apart from the tuition fees, the college will also charge extra for hostel, food, examination, etc. I have explained about it in the next section.
|MNG Quota Fees
|Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Medical College,Bangalore
|Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences,Bangalore
|M.S.Ramaiah Medical College,Bangalore
|Khaja Bande Navaz Institute Of Medical Sciences,Gulbarga
|M.V.J.Medical College and Research Hospital,Channasandra, Bangalore
|Vydehi Institute of Medical Science and Research Centre,Bangalore
|A.J.Institute of Medical Sciences,Mangalore
|Sri Basaveshwara Medical College and Hospital,Chitradurga
|Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medical Sciences,Bellur, Mandya Dist.
|Al-Ameen Medical College, Vijayapur
|S. Nijalingappa Medical College and Research Centre,Bagalkot
|SDM College of Medical Sciences and Hospital,Dharwad
|Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College,Kalaburgi
|Navodaya Medical College,Raichur
|Father Muller Institute of Med. Education & Research,Mangalore
|K.Venkataramana Gowda Medical College and Hospital,Dakshina Kannada
|Jaya Jagadguru Murugharajendra Medical College,Davangere District
|Shymanuru Shivashankarappa Institute Of Medical Sciences,Davangere
|Sapthagiri Institute of Medical Sciences,Bangalore
|Srinivasa Institute of Medical Research Center,Mangalore
|Subbaiah Institute of Medical Science,Shimoga
|BGS Global Institute of Medical Sciences,Kengeri, Bangalore
|Shridevi Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Hospital,Tumkur
|The Oxford Medical College Hospital and Research Center,Bangalore
|Akash Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre,BANGALORE
|Kanachur Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre,MANGALORE
|East Point College of Medical Sciences and Research Center,Bangalore
|Dr. Chandramma Dayananda Sagar Institute of Medical Education,Harohalli hobli, Ramanagara
|G R Medical College and Research Center,Mangalore
|Siddaganga Medical College and Research
|SRI CHAMUNDESHWARI MEDICAL COLLEGE, HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH INST, CHANNAPATNA, RAMANAGARA
|Sri Madhusudan Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and
MBBS Management Quota Fees in Karnataka – Deemed Colleges
There are twelve deemed medical colleges in Karnataka which provide more than 2000 seats. I have listed the management quota and NRI quota fees for MBBS in deemed universities in Karnataka below.
|Deemed College Name
|Shri BM Patil Medical College , Bijapur
|Rajarajeswari Medical College & Hospital , Bangalore
|Sri Siddhartha Medical College , Tumkur
|Sri Devaraj URS Medical College , Kolar
|JGMM Medical College , Belgaum
|Sri Siddhartha Institute of Medical Sciences , Bangalore
|Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College , Belgaum
|Yenepoya Medical College , Mangalore
|KS Hegde Medical Academy , Mangalore
|Kasturba Medical College , Mangalore
|Kasturba Medical College , Manipal
|JSS Medical College , Mysore
Extra Fee Charges by Colleges
I am not talking about donations or capitation fees. I mean the extra fees you have to pay each year to college for your academic, clinical, and cultural activities.
1. Fees for Hostel & Food
You can expect somewhere around Rs.90,000 to Rs.1.5 lakhs per year for hostel and food. It varies on college and the type of college you are opting for.
2. Material or Clinical Fees
The college might charge material or clinical fees of around Rs.50,000 to Rs.75,000 per year. This is for the materials you will be using in the labs or clinics during your studies.
3. Examination Fees
Each year for your university exams, you have to pay an examination fee. It depends on the number of subjects. More number of subjects means more fees. It will average around Rs.15,000 to Rs.35,000 depending on each year.
Please go through the eligibility criteria for admission to MBBS in Karnataka.
- The candidate must qualify NEET-UG entrance exam of the same academic year.
- You must be at least 17 years of age by 31st December of the year of taking admission.
- You must have a minimum of 50% in PCB and aggregate in 12th grade.
These are the basic eligibility criteria for all the students. But for taking the G-Quota seats:
- The candidate must be a native of Karnataka with a domicile certificate.
Candidates who are natives of Karnataka can only apply for G-Quota seats in Karnataka.
MBBS Management Quota Admission Procedure in Karnataka
As I told you earlier there are two types of colleges – one is private medical colleges and the other is deemed medical colleges. The admission procedure for private colleges is conducted by KEA and for deemed universities it is conducted by the MCC.
Keeping aside small differences, the steps of counseling and admission are similar. So, here I will explain the procedure in general.
I will say there are 6 steps in the counseling and they are:
- Document Verification.
- 1st Round Counseling.
- 2nd Round Counseling.
- MOP-UP Round.
For taking MBBS admission in Karnataka, you must be aware of the registration dates for the counseling and you must register yourself for the counseling.
After the registration, they will ask you to upload the documents and verify your documents.
Once the documents are verified you can log into the portal attend the counseling and secure a seat depending on your budget and rank. You can go through the detailed article about list of documents required for MBBS.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are a few general questions that most of the students ask me regarding management quota fees for MBBS in Karnataka. I will write and answer it below and you can comment with any other queries you have below and I will reply.
Which medical college has the lowest fees for MBBS in Karnataka?
The management quota fees for MBBS in Karnataka in private college is Si Chamundeshwari Medical College. And the deemed college with lowest fees is JGMM Medical College in Belgaum.
Can I get MBBS management quota without NEET?
No, you have to qualify NEET for taking MBBS admission in Karnataka.
Are management quota seats available in government colleges in Karnataka?
No, in government medical colleges there are no management quota seats.
What is the fees for MBBS management quota?
The management quota fees for MBBS ranges from Rs.15 lakhs per year to Rs.40 lakhs per year depending on colleges.
Can I get MBBS management quota seat in Karnataka without attending the counseling?
No, you have to attend the counseling conducted by KEA or MCC to secure a MBBS seat in Karnataka.
In short, the management quota fees for MBBS in Karnataka range from Rs.14 lakhs to Rs.40 lakhs per year depending on the colleges. The lowest fees for MBBS in Karnataka come for deemed colleges, that is, Rs.14 lakhs. The highest fee for MBBS in Karnataka is Rs.40 lakhs per year.
I tried my best to put up all the information about the MBBS management quota fees in Karnataka in this article. Last year I personally guided hundreds of students and the information here is from my personal experience and research.
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