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List of Documents Required for Karnataka MBBS Admission 2021

Prashali Malik
Prashali MalikUpdated On: December 22, 2021 04:19 pm IST | NEET

The KEA has started accepting online applications for MBBS admission 2021-22 and the students claiming nativity for Karnataka shall provide necessary documents to support their claim. Check the list of documents required for Karnataka MBBS admission 2021. 

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The Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA) has started accepting online applications for Karnataka MBBS and BDS admission 2021. The last date for registration is declared to be 27 December 2021. The document verification will start from 20 December 2021 till 27 December 2021. The link for downloading the verification slip will remain live from 28 December 2021 till 30 December 2021. Candidates will have to attend the document verification as per the rank-wise schedule released by KEA. 

Students belonging to Karnataka can participate in the admission procedure by following the important instructions as published on the official website of KEA. The process of document verification precedes the seat allotment according to the rank secured by the candidate as per NEET 2021 Cutoff

The KEA has identified different classes of candidates and these have to carry the requisite document to claim nativity or reservation. We have simplified the entire structure to get you accurate and verified information regarding a list of documents needed to take admission into MBBS and BDS courses in Karnataka.

Requisite Documents for Karnataka MBBS Admission 2021

The candidates are required to produce the original documents to claim eligibility or reservation under 85% of state government quota seats. However, there are two documents that applicant belonging to every class or clause has to produce: -

  • Senior Secondary Leaving Certificate (SSLC) or 10th Marksheet
  • 2nd Pre-University Course (PUC) or 12th Marksheet
  • Candidate’s study certificate
  • If claiming Reservation- Caste certificate and Caste income certificate in Form D for SCT/ST, Category-I in Form E and 2A, 2B, 3A, ad 3B issued by the concerned Tahsildar.

List of Category-Wise Documents Required for Karnataka MBBS Admission 2021

Other than these abovementioned documents, applicants have to produce the following documents according to their category: -

Category TypeList of Documents Required
Students studying in Karnataka for 7 years
  • Passing certificates from classes 1st to 12th for a period of seven years.
  • Rural quota- Rural study certificate from classes 1st to 10th.
  • Kannada medium quota- Kannada Medium study certificate from classes 1st to 10th.
Students who have not completed their 7 years in Karnataka

Candidates should have passed either their 10th and 12th or 1st and 2nd PUC exams from Karnataka and one of their parents should have completed their 7 years of education from Karnataka. They have to provide: -

  • A study certificate of either of the parents verifying the seven years of their education from Karnataka issued by the head of the institution from where they studied.
  • Candidate’s study certificate for certifying that he completed 10th or 12th or 1st and 2nd PUC from Karnataka from the head of the educational institution.
Candidates whose mother tongue is Kannada

The candidate and either of the parent’s mother tongue should be either Kannada, Tulu or Kodava and either one of the parents was domiciled in the state of Karnataka. The candidate should have studied outside Karnataka and is residing there as of 1st May 2021. Such candidate is required to take a language test too and they shall provide: -

  • A domicile certificate issued by the revenue or Municipal Authorities of the place where either of his parents has been residing to verify that his parents have resided outside Karnataka as of 1st May 2021.
  • A domicile certificate was issued by the authorities of Karnataka to verify the previous domicile of either of his parents in Karnataka.
  • Candidate’s study certificate, Transfer certificate having mother tongue details.
  • 10th Marksheet of either of his parents with the original mother tongue certificate mentioning Kannada, Tulu, or Kodava as mother tongue.
  • A declaration or affidavit was sworn by the candidate regarding mother tongue.
Candidates living in disputed areas

A candidate having Kannada, Tulu, or Kodava as mother tongue and has studied for a period of 7 years in the state between classes 1st to 12th having resided in disputed areas of Karnataka such as Kannada speaking area of South Sholapur or Akkalkot or Jath or Gadhinglaj Taluks of Maharashtra State or Kasargod or Hosadurga or Manjeshwar Taluks of Kerala State. The candidates are required to take a language test given by KEA and should be able to secure at least 12 marks in the test. These candidates shall submit: -

  • Certificate of residence issued by the Tahsildar of the disputed area.
  • Candidate’s study certificate issued by the head of the institution and attested by Taluk Education officer with mother tongue details.
  • An affidavit regarding mother tongue.
The candidate whose parents are defence personnel

A candidate whose either of the parents has worked for a minimum period of one year in Karnataka during the 11th or 12th class of the candidate. The candidates must have completed intermediate from the state. They are required to provide: -

  • Candidate’s study certificate verifying that he has completed his intermediate from Karnataka issued by the head of the institution where he studied.
  • Employment certificate of either of the parent certifying that either of them has worked in the state of Karnataka for one year during candidate’s 11th or 12th issued by the controlling officer of the parent mentioning reporting and discharging date.  
The candidate whose parent belongs to Karnataka and works as a defence personnel

Son and daughter of working defence personnel who declared a place in Karnataka as their hometown at the time of joining. The candidate must have completed his intermediate from any institution in India. He shall submit: -

These candidates shall submit: -

  • Proof of declaration of hometown obtained from the army headquarters branch which should be a respective branch of integrated HQ of MoD for Officers and respective Record Offices for JCOs / OR.
Candidates whose parent has served in Karnataka for one year

This clause applied to a candidate whose parent is posted at Jammu and Kashmir or Northeast but the family is permitted to reside in Karnataka. The candidate must have passed the intermediate or equivalent from Karnataka and his parent must have served in Karnataka at least for a year.

  • A study certificate of candidate having studied 12th or 2nd PUC from Karnataka.
  • Certificate issued by the controlling office mentioning the period of service in Karnataka of the parent and the present place of posting represented by the name of the place and not code numbers.
Candidates whose parent is an ex-serviceman

This clause is applicable to candidates whose parent has retired from defence forces and declared one of the places in Karnataka as their hometown at the time of joining. Such candidate should have completed their 12th or equivalent from any place in India. They shall submit: -

  • The proof of domicile of the parent was issued by the Deputy Director, Department of Sainik Welfare and Resettlement of the district and attested by the Director, Department of Sainik Welfare Resettlement, Bangalore.
The candidate whose parent works for the government

The candidates whose parent works with the Union or state government undertaking and can be transferred as required anywhere in India can apply. The parent should have served in Karnataka for at least a year during which the candidate must have completed his 11th or 12th or equivalent from Karnataka. They are required to provide: -

  • Candidate’s study certificate issued by the head of the institution.
  • A certificate issued by the employer of the parent stating he can be transferred anywhere and mentioning the tenure while he was in Karnataka.
  • A certificate identifying his employer as Union Government or Union or Karnataka State Government Undertaking or Joint Sector Undertaking.
The candidate whose parents worked for the government

The conditions of this clause are the same as above with two differences. The parent is now retired from the services of the Union Government or Union or Karnataka State Government Undertaking or Joint Sector Undertaking and he should have studied in Karnataka for 7 years. Such candidates are required to submit: -

  • A certificate stating that the parent completed 7 years of his studies in Karnataka was issued by the head of the institution.
  • Declaration of home town in Karnataka at the time of joining issued by the employer and showing that the parent was transferable anywhere in India.
Candidates whose parents are MPs

The candidate whose either of the parent was elected as a Member of Parliament from Karnataka and candidate must have passed the 12th or equivalent from anywhere in India. They shall provide the following documents required for Karnataka MBBS admission 2021: -

  • Certificate showing parent as elected member of the parliament issued by the Parliament Secretariat.
Candidates whose either parent is an IAS or employee of state government

Candidates whose either of the parent is serving or has retired as: -

  • an IAS of Karnataka cadre  
  • as an employee of the Karnataka state government

and has served outside the state during the 1st to 12th classes of the candidate come under this clause. The candidate must have studied for 7 years during the stipulated period. Such candidates shall provide: -

  • Certificate issued by the Principal Secretary / Deputy Secretary / Under Secretary, DPAR, Government of Karnataka, Bangalore to certify the employment of the parent. It shall include the period during which he served or is serving outside the state as an IAS or,
  • Certificate from the respective HoD where the parent was employed as an employee of the state government to that effect.
Candidates whose parents are Jammu and Kashmir migrant

The conditions of this clause apply to the candidates whose parents have migrated from Jammu and Kashmir. These candidates can only apply for seats allotted for them by the government. They shall submit: -

  • The proof of migration or identity card issued by the District Magistrate and Deputy Commissioner of any state in India.  
Candidates having studied Kannada but residing out of Karnataka

Candidates who have been residing outside Karnataka, but have studied Kannada from 1st to 10th classes may also apply. They need not take the language test and have completed their 12th or equivalent from anywhere in India. They shall provide: -

  • A domicile certificate issued by the respective Revenue and Municipal Authorities verifying that either of the parents has resided outside the state of Karnataka as of 1st May 2021.
  • Candidate’s study certificate issued by the Head of the institution where he studies verifying that he studied Kannada from classes 1st to 10th.  
Candidates who either parent is a CAPF personnel

This clause applies to the sons and daughters of the serving or retired Central Armed Police Force personnel who declared a place in Karnataka s their home tow while joining the forces. The candidate must have passed the 12th or equivalent anywhere in India. These candidates shall provide: -

  • Proof of domicile of the parent issued by the Record Office of the CAPF Unit where the parent’s records are maintained.

Also Read: - KEA Karnataka B.Sc. Agriculture Cutoff 2021​​​​

Important notice: -

The contents of the certificates and documents to be submitted should either be in Kannada or English. If they are in some other language, they should be either translated either to English or Kannada through the concerned authorities and duly verified. The same shall be produced during the seat allotment process. If this procedure is not followed, the candidature of the applicant would be rejected by the KEA.

Original Documents Required for First Category Seats (G) in Karnataka MBBS Counselling 2021

  • Original printout of the Online Application Form
  • Receipt or proof of payment of the application fees.
  • UG NEET 2021 Admission Ticket and scorecard
  •  Senior Secondary Leaving Certificate (SSLC) or 10th Marksheet
  • 2nd Pre-University Course (PUC) or 12th Marksheet
  • Study Certificate countersigned by the concerned BEO / DDPI
  • TWO recent passport size photographs.

Also Read: Karnataka Paramedical Admission 2021

This article provides a comprehensive list of documents that are required by the KEA to be submitted. The students shall check their eligibility and submit all the requisite documents as directed by the KEA in due time.

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