Krishna Institute Of Medical Sciences Deemed University

Krishna All India Entrance Test 2015

KIMSDU - KAIET 2015 Admission Schedule

Admission Schedule

Competent Authority means The Controller of Examinations (CoE), Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences Deemed University, Karad -415110.
The Competent Authority will supervise the conduction of KAIET-2015, evaluation of answer sheets and declaration of results & merit list. Competent Authority will be the chairperson of the Appeal Committee for representations, queries & complaints of the candidates. The Competent Authority will issue necessary executive instructions for implementation of those rules and provide relevant information to be published and communicated.
1.1 Candidates should go through the contents of this Brochure carefully and for any clarification and genuine doubts/difficulties, approach the Competent Authority. Further information, if any, about Entrance test, will be uploaded and notified regularly on the website :
Please Note:
KAIET-2015 reserves the right to add or delete the examination centers. Due to unforeseen circumstances during the conduct of KAIET-2015 at a center and in the contingencies like incidence of mass copying, leakage of question paper, entry of unauthorized persons in the Examination Centres/halls, natural calamities etc,. rendering it impossible for the smooth conduct of KAIET-2015, the CompetentAuthority may cancel the examination at such or all centers. Fresh programme for conduct of KAIET-2015 at such center(s) shall be further notified on the official website of KIMDSU.
1.2 The KAIET-2015 will consist of one common question paper in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology(Botany & Zoology) consisting of 200 Multiple choice questions (MCQ5) 50 in Physics, 50 in Chemistry and 100 in Biology. There is no choice among the questions. The candidate is expected to attempt all the 200 questions. Out of four circles provided for selection of answers against a question, the candidate should fill up one circle only. Each correct answer will be given one mark. There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers. Scratching, overwriting, tick marks & multiple answers will be Considered as wrong answers and no marks will be awarded to them.


Duration of examination will be of 3 hours. The medium of examination shall be English only.


 No candidate will be allowed to appear for KAIET-2015 unless he/she holds Admit Card issued by the CompetentAuthority.


1. Online Application Form available on our website can be submitted within the stipulated time as per the following instructions:

Relevant and complete information and data entry is to be made in the online application format by the candidate to download the application form.

Hard copy of the downloaded application form along with the Demand Draft of Rs 1 ,500/- for Genral Category and INR 5,000/- for NRI in favor of Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University, payable at Karad should be submitted within the stipulated time to:

The competent Authority,
Krishna Institue of Medical Sciences University,
Near Dhebewadi Road,
Tal:karad 415110, Dist ;Satara, Maharashtra State.

The downloaded application form must have the recent color photograph of the candidate, signature of the candidate, left thumb impression, signature of candidate’s parent/guardian Incomplete forms will not be accepted.

Online submitted forms will be accepted only after receiving the hard copy of the application form and the Demand Draft of Rs 1,500/-for Genral Category and INR 5,000/- for NRI

Candidates who have applied online will know the status of application by student login.

2. Application form will also be available at the Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University office, Karad,(9.00 am to 5.00 pm) on payment of Rs 500/- and by post with an additional payment of Rs 100/-, by DD in favor of Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University, payable at Karad. The filled form should reach the university on or before the scheduled data along with a DD of Rs 1000/-.

A. The application form must be filled by the candidate in his/her own handwriting using black Ballpoint pen. Paste a recent colour photograph in box provided in the application form. It is expected that the candidate will have same appearance at the time of examination as in the photograph. Photographs pasted on the application form and on Receipt Cum Identity should be the same. A hazy photograph or any other discrepancy may lead to rejection of application form without any notice at any stage of admission process.
B. Application Form submitted by Post must be accompanied by a self-addressed and stamped envelope along with Receipt-cum-Identity card for acknowledgment.
C. Incomplete application forms will be rejected.
D. The authorised official at the centre accepting the Application Form shall issue Receipt Cum Identity Card attesting the photograph of the candidate with his signature and stamp.


The admit card will indicate Roll no and Examination centre allotted to candidate with its address

Admit Card should be downloaded from our university website

In case a candidate does not obtain the Admit Card (Hall Ticket) before the stipulated date, he/she should contact University office immediately. Arrangements will be made for the issue of duplicate Admit cards at the ‘Help Desk’ established at respective examination centres. In such a situation, candidate should bring two identical copies of his/her photographs which are affixed to application form along with his/ her proof of submission/posting of online printed application form or school/college identity card or photocopy of the submitted application form. In case no proof is submitted duplicate Admit card will not be issued.

8. Results and Merit Number

Results and Merit number will be declared on 22/6/2015 and 30/6/2015 respectively, on the website of the university

9. Merit List


Marks obtained by the candidate at the KAIET 2015 will form the basis of selection.
In case of equal marks at the KAIET- 2015, the following procedure will be adopted for deciding inter-se merit.
First level :
A candidate with higher marks in Biology at the KAIET - 2015 exam shall be preferred, if the tie still persists then:
Second level :
A candidate with higher marks in Chemistry at the KAIET- 2015 exam shall be preferred, if the tie still persists then:
Third level :
A candidate with higher Percentage of aggregate marks at the SSC (or equivalent) exam shall be preferred, if the tie still persists then:
Fourth Level :
A older candidate shall be preferred over a younger candidate.



If the marks of the candidate of HSC or equivalent examination have been revised after revaluation, the eligibility of the candidate may altered. The candidate will be permitted to avail the benefit of revised marks subject to his / her representation to the Competent Authority and production of necessary proof to the satisfaction of the Competent Authority The candidates must note that the Competent Authority will not be responsible for late declaration of result of such revaluations or late submissions of proof due to any reason whatsoever and request to consider/reconsider the claim of the candidate arising out of such revaluation shall not be entertained.


Course General Category NRI/PIO/Foreign students
M B B S Rs.8,55,000 $ 24,000
B.D.S. Rs.3,30,000 $ 8,000

In additional to the above mentioned fees, on admission,the candidate shall be required to pay Eligibility and the caution fees as may be prescribed by the Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences Deemed University,Karad.


Candidate who has confirmed his/her admission may withdraw it by submitting an application to the Competent Authority of KAIET 201. In such a case, the following rules for refund of Tution Fee will be applicable and will be binding on the candidate.

Period of Cancellation Permissible Refund
A. On or before 31/07/2015 The entire annual Tuition Fee after deductionn of Rs. 1000/- as processing fee.
b. From 01/08/2015 to 29/09/2015

i. If the seat consequently falling vacant has been filled by the another candidate by the last date of admission, then annual Tuition Fee after deducting proportionate deduction of monthly fee plus Rs. 1000/-as processing fee.

ii. If the vacant seat created by cancellation of admission is not filled by 30th September, 2015, noTuition Fee shall be refunded.

C. On after 30/09/2015 No Cancellation of Admission. If the candidate fails and/or neglects and / or is unable to continue the said course, the guardian shall be bound and liable to pay full Tuition Fees and other fees for the Entire course in a single installment.


Any candidate himself or his authorized proxy if found obstructing the admission process or trying to influence in any manner or creating nuisance the candidate shall be liable for disqualification from the admission process. The decision taken by the University shall be final and binding.

List of Documents Required While Reporting for Counselling -

At the time of counseling, you are required to produce the following documents in original, failure to do so will result in instantaneous cancellation of your claim for admission. You are also required to submit two photocopies of each of these documents.
1. For a Proof of date of birth : SSC Certificate or School/College Leaving Certificate.
2. Statement of marks of X std examination.
3. Statement of marks of XII std examination.
4. Leaving/Transfer Certificate
5. Migration Certificate
6. Conduct and Character Certificate from a responsible person.
7. Gap Certificate (wherever applicable)
8. Certificate of Medical Fitness.
9. Caste validity Certificate (if applicable wherever is)
10. Nationality Certificate
11. Six recent passport size photographs with your names written on backside.
12. The amount of fees and Hostel fees (in case you are admitted to Hostel)
13. Equivalence Certificate from appropriate Authorities(For NRI)


A candidate will be eligible for admission in Health Science Courses i.e. MBBS and BDS for the academic year 2015-16 on fulfillment of the following conditions:

1. The candidates shall be an Indian National/NRI/ Foreign Nationals. The candidate is required to produce proof in support of his/her Nationality from a District Magistrate, Additional Magistrate or Metropolitan Magistrate.

2. The candidate shall complete the age of 17 years on or before 31st December, of the year of admission to the MBBS course to be eligible to appear for KAIET-2015. The Secondary School Certificate (i.e. SSC) or equivalent examination certificate or the certificates of age and nationality endorsing the date of birth will constitute the valid proof.

3. The candidate must be medically fit and must submit a certificate of medical fitness as per proforma

4. A candidate must have passed the qualifying examination i.e. Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) or equivalent examination (with English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology as subjects).

5. Candidates belonging to backward class must produce copy of the Caste and Caste Validity Certificate.
It should however be noted that there is no reservation for students belonging to backward Class. This certificate is required in support of relaxation of eligibility criteria i.e. If such a candidate gets admission on the basis of inter-se-merit of KAIET - 2015 but has scored less than 50% marks in Qualifying examinations.


5. Eligibility criteria of qualifying Examination for various courses
A. For M.B.B.S. and BDS : A candidate to open category must have passed in the subject of Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks, taken together in physics, Chemistry and Biology atthe qualifying examination. In respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled casts, Scheduled tribes or Other Backward Classes, the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together in qualifying examination be 40% instead of 50% as above.

B. The candidates who are appearing for qualifying examination i.e. HSC (or equivalent exam.), in February / March 2015 are eligible to appear for KAIET 2015, however, they must fulfill the eligibility condition atthe time of admission.

C. The above eligibility criteria is also applicable to NRI and Foreign Nationals, how ever they shall submit equivalence certificate obtained from appropriate Authorities.


6. CET Marks Eligibility for Admission to MBBS & BDS Courses:

 A candidate belonging to Genral and NRI category must secure not less than 50 % marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology (PCB) taken together at KAIET 2015. A candidate belonging to backward class must secure not less than 40% marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology(PCB) taken together in the KAIET- 2015.
Eligibility conditions may vary in accordance with Judicial Pronouncements and orders issued by appropriate Authorities from time to time.


The admission to the course shall be carried out as per the following procedure.
A. MBBS Intake Capacity:150
(Increased in intake is subject to approval of MCI and Govt. of India.)
BDS Intake Capacity:100

B. Distribution of Seats
The distribution of Seats will be as follows:
General Category : 85%
NRI/PlO/FN Category :15%
(N.R.I.-Non-Resident Indian, PlO-Persons of Indian Origin FN-Foreign National) Foreign Students: Student holding passport issued by foreign Countries including people of Indian origin (PIO) who have acquired the nationality of foreign countries are included as foreign students.


Non Resident Indian (NRI): Only the NRI students who have studied and passed the qualifying examination from schools or colleges in foreign countries will be included as International Students. This will include the student studying in the schools or colleges situated in foreign countries even if affiliated to the Boards of Secondary Education OR universities located in India. It will not include student studying in those schools or colleges (situated in India) and affiliated to the Boards of Secondary Education or universities located in foreign countries. Students passing the qualifying examinations from Boards or Universities located in Foreign Countries as external students and dependants of NRI studying in India will not be included as International Students. Once a student is given the status of an International Student, his status will be maintained throughout their education in KIMSDU. Reservations will be as per directives of the Government of India/MCI.
c. Procedure:

General Category : Admissions to this category shall be made on the basis of the inter se merit of the candidates qualified at KAIET-2015.
Non Resident Indian (NRI)::
 As per circular No. MCI - 34(MC)/2014/149869 dated 16/01/2015 received from Medical Council of India, admission on MBBS course under NRI category will be made through a common entrance test (KAIET-2015) to be conducted by Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences Deemed University, Karad.
Admissions to this category shall be made on the basis of the inter se merit of the NRI/PIO/OCI candidates qualified at KAIET-2015.


The Information Brochure and Online Application Form is available on the website The candidate will be required to pay processing fee of U.S. $100 this amount includes Form fee+ Test Fee In case the seats, earmarked for NRIs/FNs are not filled in by candidates of any of these sub categories: the management shall fill in these vacant seats from the candidates, who have cleared the KAIET-2015, according to their merit in the KAIET-2015. The candidates appearing for the entrance test KAIET-2015 and wanting to be considered against such possible vacancies, should submit a separate application in the prescribed form for consideration.


The answer sheets of KAIET -2015 examination will be assessed by scanning with the help of computer, if the candidate wishes to verify the answer sheet a written representation in prescribed Proforma should be submitted to the Competent Authority within 4 days of declaration of results along with DD Rs. 1000/- drawn on Bank in favour of KIMSU payable at Karad,


1. The student while studying in the Health Science Courses, if found indulging in antinational activities, unlawful activities or ragging in any form, contrary to the provisions of Acts and Law enforced by University, will be liable to the expelled from the University.
2. Detection of failure of the candidate in making full and correct statements in the application form and/or suppression of any information is liable for disqualification of the candidate, even at later date. Such a candidate will be debarred form the entire selection process and pursuing the course of studies.
3. It is the responsibility of every candidate to submit proper documents. Any candidate found to indulge in malpractice including impersonation, cheating, filing false documents. etc. is liable for cancellation of admission, forfeiture of the fees and deposits.
4. All candidates selected for admission shall be subject to the disciplinary rules of the University. The candidates have to give an undertaking for completion of the course and have to get Eligibility Certificates from the University. Students shall submit the Eligibility form at the time of joining the course. Relevant information is to be filled in the Eligibility form and necessary documents as mentioned in the form along with Xerox copies shall be attached. Original documents will be duly returned to the candidate after completion of the admission procedure.
In the event of any dispute as to interpretation and implementation of any of the clauses in the this instruction sheet the COE KIMS Deemed University shall be final authority & the same will be binding on all concerned.
Court Jurisdiction:
Any legal dispute will be subject to jurisdiction of Competent Court in Karad, District - Satara and the Hon’ble High Court of Judicature at Mumbai as the case may be, with advance legal notice of one month to KIMSDU.
Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences Deemed University has not authorized any individual as agent or agency to deal with the admission in their constituent colleges or elsewhere. The University will not be responsible for any activities of such individual agents! agencies. It should also be noted that the contents of the Prospectus are subject to changes as the University may deem fit. Changes, if any, shall be notified on the web site of the University.
Ragging within or outside the Educational Institutions is strictly prohibited. Ragging is a criminal offence under the Maharashtra Anti ragging Act. To ensure strict compliance of the orders of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, for implementing the recommendations of the Raghvan Committee’s report, on Prevention of Ragging in Educational Institute, the KIMSDU has framed rules and regulations. Students involved in ragging will be subjected to disciplinary action.
Ragging in any form is a punishable offence.Committing this act of indiscipline, the concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if his explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would expel such students from the Institution. In such events the rusticated student is liable to pay the total course fees.