Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences KIMS Bangalore was established in the year of 1980 by the Vokkaligara Sangh. Kempegowda considered among the best medical institutes in Karnataka. The Vokkaligara Sangha took a formal decision on 2nd September 1979 to start a medical college from the year 1980–81 and applied for permission to the registrar, Bangalore University.
The College is popularly known as KIMS Bangalore. It Was Affiliated with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and Approved by Medical Council of India (MCI).
Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences Bangalore
College Brief – KIMS Bangalore
Before we go to complete college review, let us have a look at the College details of KIMS Bangalore.
|Name of Institute||Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences Bangalore|
|Popular Name||KIMS Bangalore|
|Year of Establishment||1980|
|Affiliated to||Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences|
|Approved by||Medical Council Of India (MCI)|
|Courses offered||MBBS, MD/MS|
|Category||Medical College in Karnataka|
Affiliation, Recognition and Achievement
- Affiliated with: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences
- Approved by: the Medical Council Of India.
- Aid Status: Private
Course Offered – KIMS Bangalore
The Student applying for Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences Bangalore medical college must have a look at the courses offered along with the intake and course duration.
|MBBS||150||4 Years 6 Months|
|MD – Bio-Chemistry||2||3 Years|
|MD – Paediatrics||9||3 Years|
|MD – Psychiatry||2||3 Years|
|MD – General Medicine||10||3 Years|
|MD/MS – Anatomy||5||3 Years|
|MS – General Surgery||10||3 Years|
|MD – Forensic Medicine/Forensic Medicine & Toxicology||4||3 Years|
|MD – Microbiology||5||3 Years|
|MD – Pharmacology||6||3 Years|
|MD – Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy||3||3 Years|
|MS – Orthopaedics||6||3 Years|
|MD – Radio Diagnosis/Radiology||3||3 Years|
|MD – Pathology||7||3 Years|
|MD/MS – Ophthalmology||4||3 Years|
|MS – ENT||3||3 Years|
|MD – Anaesthesiology||8||3 Years|
|MD – Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine||6||3 Years|
|MD/MS – Obstetrtics & Gynaecology||7||3 Years|
|MD – Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases / Pulmonary Medicine||2||3 Years|
|MD – Emergency Medicine||2||3 Years|
|MD – Physiology||2||3 Years|
Admission Process – KIMS Bangalore
- For Admission in UG, courses Candidate can apply to the college through their NEET UG Medical Scorecard.
- For Admission in PG, courses Candidate can apply to the college through their NEET PG Medical Scorecard.
- Admission Seekers must full fill all the required eligibility criteria made under the admission Guidelines.
Aspirants should have completed the minimum age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete that age on or before 31st December of the year of his/her admission to the 1st year MBBS/ BDS Course.
Eligibility Criteria – KIMS Bangalore
- (10+2) or High School Senior Secondary exam by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or any equivalent exam conducted by any State Board or Equivalent.
- He/She should have secured a minimum of 50% Aggregate marks in PCB/Biotechcombined.
- Admission Seekers must have an MBBS degree from a medical college recognized by MCI/NMC and completed an internship
- Merit in the NEET PG exam.
|Particulars||Cet general/ OBC/SC/ST||Private seat||Management /NRI|
|Student activities fee (full course)||—||—||—|
|Total missleneous fee||30000||30000||30000|
|Skill lab facilities as per mci||25000||25000||25000|
|KIMS co-op society||650||650||650|
|Total fee I MBBS||167602||841215||3655650|
|II year MBBS fee||162952||836565||3651000|
|III year MBBS fee||162952||836565||3651000|
|IV year MBBS fee||162952||836565||3651000|
|V year MBBS fee||81476||418300||1825500|
- Additional Fee for 1st year MBBS NRI/MNG- Rs. 2,00,000/-
- Additional Fee for 2nd year to Final year MBBS NRI/MNG- Rs. 51,000/-
NOTE: Miscellaneous Fees is included for MNG/NRI in the Tuition Fees account (Gratuity and Library Fees)
|Government||COMED-K||MNG / NRI|
|M.D. Community Medicine||1,45,475||2,18,215||5,00,000|
|M.D. Forensic Medicine||1,45,475||2,18,215||1,00,000|
|M.D. General Medicine||5,81,900||8,72,850||70,00,000|
|M.D. Radio diagnosis||5,81,900||8,72,850||85,00,000|
|M.D. Respiratory Medicine||5,81,900||8,72,850||35,00,000|
|M.D. Emergency Medicine||5,81,900||8,72,850||35,00,000|
|M.S. General Surgery||5,81,900||8,72,850||65,00,000|
NEET Cutoff – KIMS Bangalore
The College Cut-off is the minimum marks prescribed by the selection board for the admission of students. The merit list will be designed on these Cutoff scores. Aspirants who apply for the Institute needs to clear the Cutoff for various courses.
- Aspirants are required to obtain minimum qualifying percentile marks in NEET 2019 entrance examination in order to qualify for further admission process.
- Candidates who belong to SC/ ST/ OBC are required to obtain marks equivalent to at least 40thpercentile to be considered for AIQ and state counselling process.
- Aspirants who belong to UR category are required to score equivalent to at least 50thpercentile
NEET UG 2021 Cutoff
Candidates can check the for NEET 2021 cutoff which is released by NTA on 16th of October:
Category wise No. of Candidates qualifying the test, based on qualifying criteria of NEET (UG)-2020
|Category||Qualifying Percentile||Marks Range||No. of Candidates||Marks Range||No. of Candidates|
|UR / EWS & PH||45th Percentile||133-120||266||146-129||99|
|OBC & PH||40th Percentile||119-107||142||128-113||233|
|SC & PH||40th Percentile||119-107||32||128-113||70|
|ST & PH||40th Percentile||119-107||14||128-113||18|
NEET Cutoff scores – 2020 vs 2019
|Category||Cutoff percentile||2020 Cutoff score||2019 cutoff scores|
|UR & PH||45th Percentile||146-129||133-120|
|OBC & PH||40th Percentile||128-113||119-107|
|SC & PH||40th Percentile||128-113||119-107|
|ST & PH||40th Percentile||128-113||119-107|
KIMS Bangalore UG Cutoff (2018)
|SNo||Category||CutOff Rank||Allotted Seats||Course|
NEET UG Cut off 2018
|Category||NEET Qualification Percentile||NEET Qualifying Score (out of 720)||Qualified Candidates
(By Obtaining NEET Cut off)
Karnataka NEET 2021 Counselling
A candidate can visit the official portal of Karnataka Education Authority to get themselves registered for NEET 2021 Karnataka State Counselling. Before we speak the counselling procedure for Karnataka NEET 2021, Let us first have a look at the Karnataka NEET 2021 Counselling schedule.
Before we speak the counselling procedure for Uttar Pradesh NEET 2021, Let us first have a look at the Type of NEET Counselling 2021 for state and AIQ quota.
|Type of NEET Counselling||Counselling Body|
|NEET Counselling for 15% AIQ Seats (except in Jammu & Kashmir) in Government medical and dental colleges||DGHS, on behalf of MCC|
|NEET Counselling for 85% State Quota seats in DU colleges (MAMC, LHMC, UCMS)||DGHS, on behalf of MCC|
|NEET Counselling for all the seats in Central and Deemed Universities including BDS at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi||DGHS, on behalf of MCC|
|NEET Counselling for IP Quota seats in ESIC Colleges||DGHS, on behalf of MCC|
|NEET Counselling for Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC)||DGHS, on behalf of MCC and AFMC Pune|
|NEET Counselling for 85% State Quota seats (all the seats in case of Jammu & Kashmir) and state private colleges||Respective State Counselling Authorities|
Counselling Procedure for AIQ Quota.
Candidate applying for Medical Colleges must have to register themselves for the NEET counselling 2021. Counselling of NEET 2021 for All India Quota will be conducted in two rounds in online mode. The counselling will consist of these steps.
1. Candidate Registration: Register to the official website.
2. Choice Filling and Locking (Round 1): You have to choose the courses and colleges of your preference and finally lock-in the preferences in the online portal.
3. Seat Allotment Result (Round 1): The seat allotment will be published online on the basis of available vacancies and candidate’s choices.
4. Reporting to college: Those who will be allotted a seat in the first round, will be required to either reject the allotted seat or report to the allotted college and complete the admission formalities.
5. New Registration (Round 2): For candidates who couldn’t register in the first round of counselling.
6. Fresh Choice Filling and Locking (Round 2): Similar to round 1 mentioned above.
7. Seat Allotment Result (Round 2): Similar to round 1 mentioned above.
8. Reporting to college (Round 2): Here it is to be noted that, those who will be allotted a seat in the second round of counselling (15% AIQ Quota) will not be permitted to vacate their seats as per the orders made by the Supreme court of India.
Candidates who will be allotted a seat to this college will be asked to report with following documents to complete the admission formalities.
- Admit Card
- Scorecard or Rank Letter
- Class 10 certificate and mark sheet (for date of birth)
- Class 12 certificate and mark sheet
- ID proof (Aadhar/PAN Card/Driving License/Passport)
- Eight passport size photographs
- Provisional Allotment Letter
- Caste Certificate (if applicable)
- PwD Certificate (if applicable)