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Bangalore Medical College & Research Institute, popularly known as BMC Bangalore, traces back its establishment to the year 1955. The college was established by Mysore Education Society, which was founded by Dr. Mekhri, Dr. R. Shivaram, Dr. B.V. Ramaswamy and Dr. B.K. Narayana Rao. It was handed over to it was handed over to the then Government of Mysore and was affiliated to Mysore University and subsequently to the Bangalore University. In the year 1996, BMC Bangalore became affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS). In 2006, the college became an Autonomous Institute of the Government of Karnataka. The college was founded as a private medical college with an aim of providing high quality medical education and research to young medical aspirants.

BMC Bangalore continues to make good progress with the recognition from the Medical Council of India (MCI) for its Undergraduate Course (MBBS), 21 Postgraduate medical courses (Doctor of Medicine (MD)/ Master of Surgery (MS)), 12 PG Diploma courses and 6 Super-Speciality courses (Doctorate of Medicine (DM)/ Master of Chirurgiae (M.Ch.)).Currently, the medical college has 250 sanctioned MBBS seats, 150 sanctioned MD seats, 83 sanctioned MS seats, 58 sanctioned PG Diploma seats, 3 sanctioned DM seats and 13 sanctioned M.Ch. seats. 

 

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Bangalore Medical College & Research Institute Details


One of the reputed Government Medical Colleges in Karnataka, BMC Bangalore has 4 major hospitals equipped with ultramodern healthcare facilities attached to it, viz., Victoria Hospital with 1000 beds, Vani Vilas Women and Children’s Hospital with 536 beds, Minto Eye Hospital with 300 beds and Bowring and Lady Curzon Hospital with 676 beds. Besides serving the backward communities, these hospitals provide clinical training to the students.

From its inception, Bangalore Medical College (BMC Bangalore) has been emphasising on teaching and research activities in different fields of medicine. Today, it’s been counted among top 20 Government Medical Colleges in India.

 

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Bangalore Medical College (BMC Bangalore) offers undergraduate course, postgraduate medical & diploma courses in various disciplines, and super-speciality courses. 


Undergraduate Medical Course

The undergraduate medical course i.e. Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) at BMC Bangalore was started in the year 1995. The duration of the course is 4 ½ years and one year of compulsory internship. 

 

Undergraduate Medical Course

Course

Total Seats

Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

250


 

Postgraduate Medical Course

The postgraduate medical courses offered at BMC Bangalore are Doctor of Medicine (MD), Master of Surgery (MS) and Postgraduate Diploma. The duration of MD course and MS course is 3 years; and PG Diploma course is 2 years. These PG medical courses are offered in various disciplines as shown below:

 

Postgraduate Medical Courses

Course

Specialization

Total Seats

Doctor of Medicine (MD)

Anaesthesiology, Anatomy, Bio-Chemistry, Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy, Forensic Medicine/Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, General Medicine, Microbiology, Paediatrics, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, Psychiatry, Radio Diagnosis/Radiology, Radiotherapy, Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine, Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases/Pulmonary Medicine

150

Master of Surgery (MS)

ENT, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Ophthalmology

83

PG Diploma

Anaesthesiology, Child Health, Clinical Pathology, Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy, Forensic Medicine/Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology,  Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, Radiotherapy, Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases/Pulmonary Medicine

52


 

Super-Specialty Course

The super-specialty courses offered at BMC Bangalore are Doctorate of Medicine (DM) and Master of Chirurgiae (M.Ch.). The duration of these courses is 3 years.

 

Super-Specialty Courses

Course

Specialization

Total Seats

Doctorate of Medicine (DM)

Neurology

3

Master of Chirurgiae (M.Ch.)

Neuro Surgery, Paediatric Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Surgical Gastroenterology/G.I. Surgery, Urology/Genito-Urinary Surgery

13

Bangalore Medical College (BMC Bangalore) is one of premier Government Medical Colleges in Karnataka. Every aspirant, who is seeking admission to MBBS course or PG medical course at BMC Bangalore, should know the previous NEET Cutoff rank/score for this college. It is advised for the candidates to obtain NEET score above Cutoff score or NEET Rank below Cutoff rank to secure a seat at this medical college through merit-based counselling.

Here is a tabular representation of NEET Cutoff rank for Bangalore Medical College (BMC Bangalore) as per the academic year 2018-19.

 

Undergraduate Course (MBBS)

 

MCC Counselling

NEET Cutoff Rank under 15% AIQ

Category

1st Round Cutoff

2nd Round Cutoff

GN

655

1163

SC

8986

15257

ST

10215

-

Note: GN: General, SC: Scheduled Caste, ST: Scheduled Tribe

For Category-wise Cutoff Details, Click Here

 

KEA Counselling

NEET Cutoff Rank

Category

1st Round Cutoff

2nd Round Cutoff

GM

5793

6411

SCG

50119

55471

STG

36798

36798

Note: GM: General Merit, SCG: Scheduled Caste General, STG: Scheduled Tribe General

For Category-wise Cutoff Details, Click Here

 

Postgraduate Course (MD/MS/Diploma)


MCC Counselling

NEET Cutoff Rank under 50% All India Quota (AIQ)

Specialization

Category

1st Round Cutoff

2nd Round Cutoff

Anaesthesiology

GN

4524

4565

Anatomy

GN

33819

19250

Biochemistry

GN

26026

32276

Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy

GN

318

-

ENT

GN

4436

5041

Forensic Medicine

GN

11270

17781

General Medicine

GN

595

641

General Surgery

GN

2977

13758

Microbiology

GN

18229

19762

OBG

GN

1409

929

Ophthalmology

GN

2537

2540

Orthopaedics

GN

1829

1908

Paediatrics

GN

833

956

Pathology

GN

7324

8772

Pharmacology

GN

21210

14535

Physiology

GN

30264

41733

Preventive & Social Medicine

GN

12237

5724

Psychiatry

GN

4976

5369

Radio-Diagnosis

GN

152

251

Radio-Therapy

GN

6341

-

Tuberculosis & Respiratory diseases

GN

1591

-

Note: GN: General

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KEA Counselling

NEET Cutoff Rank

Specialization

Category

Department

1st Round Cutoff

2nd Round Cutoff

Anaesthesia

GM

In-service

58818

-

Anaesthesia

GM

Non-inservice

1959

8433

Anatomy

GM

Non-inservice

19626

56949

Biochemistry

GM

Non-inservice

23040

46594

Community Medicine

GM

Non-inservice

4060

33897

Dermatology

GM

In-service

42890

-

Dermatology

GM

Non-inservice

444

476

ENT

GM

Non-inservice

981

5527

Forensic Medicine

GM

Non-inservice

16813

86589

General Medicine

GM

In-service

55655

-

General Medicine

GM

Non-inservice

529

1256

General Surgery

GM

In-service

56228

-

General Surgery

GM

Non-inservice

1618

4806

Microbiology

GM

Non-inservice

10412

47820

OBG

GM

In-service

25701

-

OBG

 

Non-inservice

844

2177

Ophthalmology

GM

In-service

34681

-

Ophthalmology

GM

Non-inservice

1633

6327

Orthopaedics

GM

In-service

61952

-

Orthopaedics

GM

Non-inservice

1243

2118

Paediatrics

GM

In-service

53431

-

Paediatrics

GM

Non-inservice

927

2065

Pathology

GM

Non-inservice

2647

2715

Pharmacology

GM

Non-inservice

8439

39854

Physiology

GM

Non-inservice

3635

79441

Radio Diagnosis

GM

In-service

31061

-

Radio Diagnosis

GM

Non-inservice

283

295

Respiratory Medicine

GM

In-service

58715

-

Respiratory Medicine

GM

Non-inservice

1310

2551

Note: GM: General Merit

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MBBS Admission Process

 

Eligibility Criteria for MBBS Course

1.  The candidate should have completed 17 years of age as on or before 31st December of the year of MBBS Admission.

2.  The candidate should have passed 12th Standard with 50% aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology with English as one of the subjects.

3.  The candidates belonging to OBC / SC / ST must secure 40% of the minimum marks. 


Entrance Exam

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test UG (NEET UG) is a national level entrance exam conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for MBBS admission in medical colleges in India. To secure MBBS admission in BMC Bangalore, the candidates must qualify in NEET UG with required percentile as explained below:

The candidates belonging to General Category must secure 50th percentile to qualify in NEET UG, whereas the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) or Other Backward Class (OBC) including PWD of SC/ST/OBC must secure 40th percentile, and the candidates belonging to Unreserved PWD must secure 45th percentile to qualify in NEET UG.

 

Admission Procedure

The selection of candidates for MBBS admission at Bangalore Medical College (BMC Bangalore) takes place through merit-based counselling conducted at All India Level and State Level.

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is a designated authority to conduct MBBS counselling for 15% of total seats at all India level, whereas the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) is a designated authority of Govt. of Karnataka to conduct MBBS counselling for remaining 85% of total seats at State Level.

 

NEET UG - MCC AIQ Counselling

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) conducts online counselling for 15% AIQ seats of BMC Bangalore in two rounds. All candidates who are qualified in NEET UG and want to pursue MBBS course in BMC Bangalore are required to participate in MCC Counselling to compete for 15% of total MBBS Seats. 

The online MBBS Counselling process involves following phases:

1.  Online Registration by eligible candidate

2.  Start of online counselling process

3.  Exercising of choices by registered candidates

4.  Allocation of seats

5.  Publication of Result

6.  Reporting at the allotted medical college

The candidates who are allotted MBBS Seat at BMC Bangalore are required to report at the allotted medical college with required original documents along with photocopies and complete the admission formalities.

 

NEET UG - KEA Counselling

The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) conducts merit-based counselling for remaining 85% of total seats of BMC Bangalore in three rounds. The first two rounds of MBBS counselling will be conducted online, whereas the third round will be conducted offline and is called Mop-up Round of counselling.
 
Besides being NEET UG qualified, the candidates should be domiciled in the state of Karnataka to compete for 85% of total seats of BMC Bangalore.

The KEA Counselling process includes the following phases:

1.  Publication of list of NEET UG qualified candidates

2.  Online Registration by eligible candidates

3.  Document Verification at KEA, Bangalore

4.  Publication of verified list of candidates

5.  Start of online counselling process

6.  Exercising of choices by registered and verified candidates

7.  Allocation of MBBS seats

8.  Publication of Result

9.  Exercising of Options (only during first round of counselling)

10.  Reporting at the allotted medical college

The candidates who are allotted MBBS Seat at BMC Bangalore are required to report at the allotted medical college with required original documents along with photocopies and complete the admission formalities.

 

PG Medical Admission Process

 

Eligibility Criteria for PG Medical Courses

1.  The candidate seeking PG medical admission at BMC Bangalore should have completed MBBS from any of the reputable medical colleges recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).

2.  The candidate should have completed a compulsory ‘Rotational Internship’ on or before 31st March of the year of PG medical admission. 

 

Entrance Exam

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test PG (NEET PG) is a national level entrance exam conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) for PG medical admission in medical colleges in India. To secure PG medical admission in BMC Bangalore, one of the top Government Medical Colleges in India, the candidates must qualify in NEET PG with required percentile as explained below:

The candidates belonging to General Category must secure 50th percentile to qualify in NEET PG, whereas the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC), Scheduled Tribe (ST) or Other Backward Class (OBC) including PWD of SC/ST/OBC must secure 40th percentile, and the candidates belonging to Unreserved PWD must secure 45th percentile to qualify in NEET PG.

 

Admission Procedure

The selection of candidates for PG medical admission at Bangalore Medical College (BMC Bangalore) takes place through merit-based counselling conducted at All India Level and State Level. 

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) is a designated authority to conduct PG medical counselling for 50% of total seats of BMC Bangalore at all India level, whereas the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) is a designated authority to conduct PG medical counselling for remaining 50% of total seats at State Level.
NEET PG - MCC AIQ Counselling

 

NEET PG - MCC Counselling

The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) conducts online counselling for 50% AIQ seats of BMC Bangalore in two rounds. All candidates who are qualified in NEET PG and want to pursue PG medical course in BMC Bangalore are required to participate in MCC Counselling to compete for 50% of total PG medical Seats in BMC Bangalore. 

The online PG medical Counselling process involves following phases:

1.  Online Registration by eligible candidates

2.  Start of online counselling process

3.  Exercising of choices by registered candidates

4.  Allocation of seats

5.  Publication of Result

6.  Reporting at the allotted medical college

The candidates who are allotted PG medical seat at BMC Bangalore are required to report at the allotted medical college with required original documents along with photocopies and complete the admission formalities. 

 

NEET PG - KEA Counselling

The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) conducts merit-based counselling for remaining 50% of total seats in three rounds. The first two rounds of PG medical counselling will be conducted online, whereas the third round will be conducted offline and is called Mop-up Round of counselling. 

Besides being NEET PG qualified, the candidates should be domiciled in the state of Karnataka to compete for 50% of total seats of BMC Bangalore.

The KEA PG Counselling process includes the following phases:

1.  Publication of list of NEET PG qualified candidates

2.  Online Registration by eligible candidates

3.  Document Verification at KEA, Bangalore

4.  Publication of verified list of candidates

5.  Start of online counselling process

6.  Exercising of choices by registered and verified candidates

7.  Allocation of PG medical seats

8.  Publication of Result

9.  Exercising of Options (only during first round of counselling)

10.  Reporting at the allotted medical college

The candidates who are allotted MBBS Seat at BMC Bangalore are required to report at the allotted medical college with required original documents along with photocopies and complete the admission formalities.

 

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