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Friday, May 31, 2013

HOW SEAT MATRIX PREPARED


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HOW SEAT MATRIX  PREPARED

DETAILS COLLECTED FROM MOHFW SITE
Method of Distribution of seats available under 50% PG i.e. preparation of seat matrix While doing online counseling it is necessary that Post-graduate(PG) are
earmarked for Unreserved (Open), SC, ST, OBC and PH categories. The proposal from Ministry of Health & Family Welfare / Directorate General of Health Services for distribution of seats for various categories
submitted by the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health &
Family Welfare, Govt of India IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA, CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION IN I.A. NO.16/2012 IN CIVIL APPEAL NO(s). 1944 OF
1993 ANAND S.BIJI Appellant (s)VERSUS STATE OF KERALA & ORS Respondent(s): To avoid any human bias and subjectivity, the following method of reservation of seats to various categories is submitted for approval by the Hon’ble Supreme Court: 1. For identification of Open (Unreserved), SC , ST , OBC and PH seats in Open
(Unreserved), SC and ST, OBC Categories in respect of Central Government Medical/ Dental Colleges:
In Central Government Medical/ Dental Colleges/ Institutions besides
reservation for SC (15%) and ST (7.5%) there is reservation for OBC candidates
(27%). PH category candidates in each of these categories are given 3% horizontal reservation. The process of identification of seats will be carried out by the Counseling Authority/Committee. All Central Government Institutions will be arranged
in alphabetic order, State then institutions in each State. Then first post-graduate
degree seats will be arranged in alphabetic order on 200 point reservation roster for UR, SC, ST and OBC then postgraduate diploma seats will be arranged in alphabetic order, in continuation from next roster point. After completion of PG seats of one Medical college, PG degree then diploma seats of next medical college will be
arranged on same 200 roster point for identification of UR, SC, ST and OBC seats
from next roster point. After completion of roster it be will be repeated. In next year
the roster will be started from next roster point. In case additional seat(s) is / are
contributed by any institution after finalization of seat matrix due to creation of additional seat or starting of new course after freezing of seat distribution (seat matrix), before start of next round (second / third) of counseling the same will be
added from next available roster point as and when received in order of date and timeof receipt, alphabetically, if required, to avoid any human bias. UR, SC, ST,OBC - PH
seats for Central Government Institutions will be identified by Directorate General of Health Services by applying 3% horizontal reservation on total number of seats
identified (on all seats of Central Government Institutions pooled together). For the academic year 2013-14 also the above mentioned policy will be
followed, in respect of Central Government Institutions. 2. For identification of Open (Unreserved), SC , ST and PH seats in Open
(Unreserved), SC and ST Categories in respect of Medical/ Dental Colleges other than Central Government :
In Medical / Dental Colleges / Institutions there is reservation for SC (15%), ST
(7.5%) and PH (3% horizontal), remaining seats are unreserved (Open). Directorate General of Health Services will collect information from all participating Medical and Dental college about seats available under 50% PG all India Quota will arrange all these seats on 3200 point roster in case of PG seats to identify seats earmarked for Open (Unreserved), SC , ST and PH seats in Open (Unreserved), SC and ST Categories to ensure that 15% seats are reserved for SC , 7.5% to ST and 3% seats are reserved on horizontal basis for the PH candidates. Seats will be arranged on 3200 point roster by arranging alphabetically for State, Colleges and all courses (in this order) for each of the college. For each
college first seats of all Degree subjects (courses) then Diploma subjects (courses) will be arranged alphabetically. For example first participating state is Assam, in Assam state colleges will be arranged in alphabetic order and for each of the medical college first degree then diploma seats will be arranged continuously on 3200 point roster, then seats of next state, Bihar and so on. Roster will be repeated after 3200
points as there will be approximately 5500 PG seats available under 50% PG All India Quota in academic year 2012-13. Next year seats will be arranged from next roster point. In case additional seat(s) is / are contributed by any institution after finalization
of seat matrix due to creation of additional seat or starting of new course after
freezing of seat distribution (seat matrix), before start of next round (second / third) of counseling the same will be added from next available roster point as and when
received in order of date and time of receipt, alphabetically, if required, to avoid any human bias. For proper and effective implementation of this roster point system for distribution of seats to various categories, it is necessary that all participating
institutions/ Medical/ Dental Colleges convey the correct vacancy timely. As such
roster cannot be applied unless Directorate General of Health Services has
information available from all participating institutions. Directorate General HealthServices pray to the Hon’ble Supreme Court to direct all participating States / Universities/ Colleges/ Institutions to send correct, complete information on format prescribed by the Counseling Authority/ Directorate General of Health Services at
least 2 months before the start of online counseling and update the information as and when additional seats are created.
In case the institution withdraw any seat after finalization of seat matrix as mentioned above, on account of de-recognition of seat or due to furnishing of wrong
information earlier, the same would be deleted from the list without changing/ disturbing remaining seat matrix. Please refer to the order dated 23.3.2012 of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the
above mentioned case. The method described above has been used for the identification of PG Degree

(MD/MS) and Diploma / MDS seats for UR,SC, ST, OBC and PH categories in various participating Medical / Dental Colleges for online allotment process (online counseling) 2013-14

LIST OF MEDICAL COLLEGES TAKING PART IN ALL INDIA COUNSELLING 2013

LIST OF MEDICAL COLLEGES TAKING PART IN ALL INDIA COUNSELLING 2013

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Central Govt. Medical Institutes (Reservation policy - SC 15%, ST-7.5%, OBC - 27%
and UR-50.5%) 
Sl. No. State Coll. Name
1 Assam LGBRIMH, Tezpur 
2 Delhi ESI-PGIMSR
3 Delhi HRH
4 Delhi IHBAS
5 Delhi INMAS
6 Delhi KH
7 Delhi LHMC
8 Delhi MAMC
9 Delhi NIHFW
10 Delhi PGIMER,Dr.RMLH
11 Delhi UCMS
12 Delhi VMMC&SH
13 Delhi VPCI 14 Jharkhand CIP, Ranchi 15 Karnataka ESI-MC&PGIMS&R, Banglore
16 Maharashtra AIIPMR, Mumbai 17 Maharashtra ESI-PGIMSR, Andheri 18 Maharashtra ESI-PGIMSR, MGMH, Parel 19 Manipur RIMS, Imphal 20 Punjab NSNIS,Patiala
21 T.N. ESI-KKNESIC, Chennai 22 U.P. I.M.S. BHU, Varanasi 23 U.P. JNMC(AMU), Aligarh
24 W.B. AIIH&PH, Kolkata
25 W.B. ESI-PGIMSR, Kolkata
List of Medical Institutes Othar Then Center Government (Reservation Policy SC- 15%, ST-7.5% and UR-77.5%)
Sl. No. State Name of College
1 ASSAM A.M.C, DIBRUGARH
2 ASSAM G.M.C, GUWAHATI 3 ASSAM S.M.C. & H., SILCHAR
4 BIHAR D.M.C, LAHERIASARAI 5 BIHAR P.M.C. PATNA
6 BIHAR N.M.C., PATNA
7 BIHAR A.N. MAGADH MED.COLL. GAYA
8 BIHAR JNMC, Bhagalpur 9 BIHAR IGIMS Patna
10 CHANDIGARH GMC&H, CHANDIGARH
11 CHATTISGARH PT. J.N.M. M.C, RAIPUR
12 CHATTISGARH C.I.M.S., BILASPUR
13 GOA GOA M.C, GOA
14 GUJARAT B.J.M.C, AHMEDABAD
15 GUJARAT G.M.C, SURAT
16 GUJARAT G.M.C, BARODA
17 GUJARAT M.P.SHAH MC,JAMNAGAR
18 GUJARAT Pt.D.U., MC, RAJKOT
19 GUJARAT G.M.C.,BHAVNAGAR
20 HARYANA PT. B.D.S. M.C.,ROHTAK
21 HIMACHAL PRADESH I.G.M.C, SHIMLA
22 HIMACHAL PRADESH DR. RPG MC, TANDA
23 JHARKHAND M.G.M.M. C,JAMSHEDPUR
24 JHARKHAND R.I.M.S, RANCHI 25 KARNATAKA B.M.C, BANGALORE
26 KARNATAKA K.I.M.S, HUBLI 27 KARNATAKA VIMS., BELLARY
28 KARNATAKA M.M.C & R. INST., MYSORE
29 KARNATAKA I.G.I.C.H, BANGALORE
30 KARNATAKA KMI ONCOLOGY, BANGALORE
31 KARNATAKA BIMS, BIDAR
32 KARNATAKA RIMS, RAICHUR
33 KARNATAKA HIMS, HASSAN
34 KARNATAKA MIMS, MANDYA
35 KARNATAKA SIMS, SHIMOGA
36 KARNATAKA BIMS, BELGAUM
37 KERALA T.D.M.C, ALAPPUZHA
38 KERALA G.M.C, CALICUT
39 KERALA GM.C, KOTTAYAM
40 KERALA G.M.C, THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
41 KERALA T.M.C., THRISSUR
42 MADHYA PRADESH G.M.C, BHOPAL
43 MADHYA PRADESH G.R.M.C, GWALIOR
44 MADHYA PRADESH M.G.M.M.C, INDORE
45 MADHYA PRADESH N.S.C.B.M.C., JABALPUR
46 MADHYA PRADESH S.S.M.C, REWA
47 MAHARASHTRA B.J.M.C, PUNE
48 MAHARASHTRA DR. VMGMC, SOLAPUR
49 MAHARASHTRA G.M.C., NAGPUR
50 MAHARASHTRA G.M.C., AURANGABAD
51 MAHARASHTRA GRANT.M.C, MUMBAI 52 MAHARASHTRA I.G.C.M.C.,NAGPUR
53 MAHARASHTRA L.T.M.M.C, MUMBAI 54 MAHARASHTRA G.M.C, MIRAJ 55 MAHARASHTRA SETH G.S.M.C, MUMBAI 56 MAHARASHTRA S.R.T.R.M.C, AMBAJOGAI 57 MAHARASHTRA T.N.M.C, MUMBAI 58 MAHARASHTRA G.M.C., NANDED
59 MAHARASHTRA S.V.N.G.M.C.,YAOTMAL
60 MAHARASHTRA GMC, LATUR
61 ORISSA MKCGMC,BRAHMAPUR
62 ORISSA S.C.B.M.C, CUTTACK
63 ORISSA VSSMC, BURLA,SAMBALPUR
64 PUNJAB G.M.C., PATIALA
65 PUNJAB M.C, AMRITSAR
66 PUNJAB G.G.S.M.C,FARIDKOT
67 RAJASTHAN DR. S.N.M.C, JODHPUR
68 RAJASTHAN J.L.N.M.C, AJMER
69 RAJASTHAN S.M.S.M.C, JAIPUR
70 RAJASTHAN S.P.M.C, BIKANER
71 RAJASTHAN R.N.T.M.C, UDAIPUR
72 RAJASTHAN M.C.KOTA
73 TAMIL NADU C.M.C, COIMBATORE
74 TAMIL NADU K.M.C, CHENNAI 7
5 TAMIL NADU M.M.C, CHENNAI 
76 TAMIL NADU M.M.C, MADURAI 
77 TAMIL NADU S.M.C, CHENNAI
 78 TAMIL NADU T.M.C, THANJAVUR
79 TAMIL NADU T.M.C,TIRUNELVELI 
80 TAMIL NADU G.M.K.M.C. SELAM
81 TAMIL NADU CMC, CHENGALPATTU
82 TAMIL NADU KAP. VGMC,TIRUCHIRAPPAL LLI 
83 TRIPURA AGMC, AGARTALA
84 UTTAR PRADESH B.R.D. M.C, GORAKHPUR
85 UTTAR PRADESH G.S.V.M. M.C, KANPUR
86 UTTAR PRADESH CSJM MED.UNIV, LUCKNOW
87 UTTAR PRADESH L.L.R.M. M.C, MEERUT
88 UTTAR PRADESH M.L.B. M.C, JHANSI 
89 UTTAR PRADESH M.L.N. M.C, ALLAHABAD
90 UTTAR PRADESH S.N. M.C, AGRA
91 UTTAR PRADESH SGPGI, LUCKNOW
92 UTTAR PRADESH UP RIMS&R, SAFAI,ETAWAH
93 UTTAR PRADESH RIO, SITAPUR
94 UTTAR PRADESH IMH&H, AGRA
95 UTTARAKHAND GMC HALDWANI 96 WEST BENGAL IPGMER, KOLKATA
97 WEST BENGAL BURDWAN M.C., BURDWAN
98 WEST BENGAL INST. OF CHILD HEALTH, KOLKATA
99 WEST BENGAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, KOLKATA
100 WEST BENGAL N.B.M.C, DARJEELING
101 WEST BENGAL R.G. KAR MC, KOLKATA
102 WEST BENGAL S.T.M.C., KOLKATA
103 WEST BENGAL C.N.M.C., KOLKATA
104 WEST BENGAL N.R.S.M.C.,KOLKATA
105 WEST BENGAL B.S.M.C, BANKURA
106 WEST BENGAL CSSC of OBS,GCH, KOLKATA

107 WEST BENGAL Dr. BCRPIPS, KOLKATA

ALL STATE COUNSELLING- FIRST ROUND WILL BE OVER BY JUNE 20TH

ALL STATE COUNSELLING- FIRST ROUND WILL BE OVER BY JUNE 20TH





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ACCORDING TO THE NOTICE BY MCI GIVEN IN MOHFW SITE IT IS CLEAR THAT ALL STATE COUNSELLING FIRST ROUND WILL BE OVER BY JUNE 20TH

DETAILED SCHEDULE OF ALL INDIA COUNSELLING

DETAILED SCHEDULE OF ALL INDIA COUNSELLING

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Thursday, May 30, 2013

LAST YEAR CUT OFF OF TOP CLINICAL SEATS

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LAST YEAR CUT OFF OF TOP CLINICAL SEATS



1.Radiology-------626 

 2.Orthopaedics---1567
 
 3.Dermatology---1782 

 
 4.Paediatrics-----1882

 
 5.Medicine--------1906

 
 6.Obs/Gynae-----3166 


 7.Surgery---------3102

 
 8.Anaesthesia----3994 

Counselling for admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma and MDS Courses

Counselling for admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma and MDS Courses 


counselling from june 4 onwards
Notice given by press information bureau
The Directorate General of Health Services under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare will begin online counselling for admission to MD/MS/PG Diploma and MDS courses under the All India Quota Seats in various Government Medical Colleges/Institutes from 4th June 2013. The details of the counselling schedule will be available at www.mcc.nic.in. The counselling will be held up to 24th June, 2013 and thereafter the seats remaining vacant will be surrendered to the respective State Government for filling them under the State quota. The last date for admission on MD/MS/PG diploma and MDS courses has been extended this year to 31st July, 2013. 

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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

LAST DATE OF ADMISSION EXTENDED

LAST DATE OF ADMISSION EXTENDED


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ACCORDING TO COMEDK NONIFICATION THAT CAME TODAY, CLEARLY MENTIONS
"Whereas the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has in No. T.C. (Civil) 98/2012 dt. 28.05.2013 
extended the last date for admission in respect of all PG Courses from 31st May 2013 to 
31st July 2013"
LINK TO NOTIFICATION CLICK HERE

FROM THIS NOTIFICATION IT IS CLEAR THAT LAST DATE FOR PG ADMISSIONS IS EXTENDED TO JULY 31ST


Kerala Christian Professional College Managements’ Federation Managements’ Federation (KCPCMF) APPLICATION INVIVITED

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Kerala Christian Professional College  Managements’ Federation Managements’ Federation (KCPCMF) APPLICATION INVIVITED







FOR PROSPECTUS CLICK HERE

FOR ONLINE APPLICATION CLICK HERE

FOR NOTIFICATION CLICK HERE

VISIT http://www.kcpcmf.in/MDMS2013.php  FOR MORE DETAILS

Monday, May 27, 2013

COMEDK FEES STRUCTURE

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COMEDK FEES STRUCTURE


NEET CASE MENTIONED IN TOMORROW'S FINAL CAUSE LIST

NEET CASE MENTIONED IN TOMORROW'S FINAL CAUSE LIST


NEET CASE MENTIONED IN FINAL CAUSE LIST OF TOMORROW.28.05.2013  IN COURT NO 2 AS ITEM NO 1.LINK HERE




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I.A.NO.1 IN T.C.(C)No.58/2013 P.A.INAMDAR & ORS. MR. GOPAL BALWANT SATHE
XVIA ADJD-O Vs. UNION OF INDIA & ORS.
 90,118,129 S.(4001) (FOR DIRECTIONS)
 I.A.NO.1-3 IN T.C.(C)No.132-134/2012
 KARNATAKA PVT.MEDICAL DENTAL COLL.& ANR DR. SUSHIL BALWADA
XVIA Vs. UNION OF INDIA AND ORS. MR. AMIT KUMAR
 90,118,129 S.(4001) (FOR DIRECTIONS) MR. T.C. SHARMA
 MR. V.N. RAGHUPATHY
 I.A.NO.1 IN T.C.(C)No.7/2013
 ASSO.OF MNGT.UNAIDED PVT.MED.COLLEGE MR. RAVINDRA KESHAVRAO ADSURE
XVIA Vs. UNION OF INDIA AND ORS. MR. AMIT KUMAR
 90,118,129 S.(4001) (FOR DIRECTIONS)
 W.P(C)No.321/2013 RAJIV GANDHI UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENC MR. S.N. BHAT
X FRESH-O Vs. MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA & ORS.
 90,118,129 S.(4001) (WITH APPLN.(S) FOR
 DIRECTIONS AND OFFICE REPORT)

LAST DATE FOR ADMISSION IS MAY 31ST ACCORDING TO REGULATIONS OF MCI.COURT MAY BE CONSIDERING TOMORROW FOR EXTENSION OF LAST DATE FOR ADMISSION .

Saturday, May 25, 2013

No separate medical entrance test in Assam

No separate medical entrance test in Assam

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GUWAHATI: The Assam government has decided that it will not conduct a separate post-graduate medical entrance test and will rather follow the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) from this year.

Counselling will start as soon as the state merit list of the NEET-PG comes. The result of the NEET-PG exam conducted by NBE was declared on May 17. A source said, "We did not receive the state merit list till date. As soon as we receive it with the existing rules, we will go for counselling."

He added that 50 per cent of the total seats in the state will be allotted by NEET-PG for the state. "Earlier, the state government used to conduct its own entrance test for post-graduate medical studies," the source said.

CBSE CAN WHY NOT NBE?




LAKHS OF STUDENTS WROTE NEET UG.BUT WAS CONDUCTED ON A SINGLE DAY EXAM(EXCEPT FOR KARNATKA DUE TO ELECTION).BUT CBSE CAN CONDUCT IT ON SINGLE DAY.ONLY 95000 WROTE NEET PG BUT NBE CONDUCT IT MULTI SESSION THAT TOO 20 SESSIONS.IF CBSE CAN WHY NOT NBE.

CBSE PUBLISHED ANSWER KEY WITH IN A WEEK..NBE HAD AROUND 5 MONTHS TIME WHY NOT THEY PUBLISH ANSWER KEY.IF CBSE CAN WHY NOT NBE.

NOW CBSE HAD PUBLISHED NOTIFICATION ANSWERS WRITTEN BY EACH STUDENT WILL BE PUBLISHED IN SITE.IF ANY ERROR THEY CAN APPLY FOR RECHECKING
LINK FOR NOTIFICATION CLICK HERE.IF CBSE CAN DO THIS .WHY NOT NBE.

IF ANY ERROR OCCUR IN UG ENTRANCE THERE WILL BE 1000 CASES IN COURT REGARDING IT.BUT IN PG ADMISSION WHAT EVER HAPPEN NO ONE QUESTIONS..

VERY SIMPLE ANSWER FOR THIS IS DOCTORS ARE SO INERT NOT RESPONDING.JUST SIMPLY LEARNING WON'T HELP UNLESS DOCTORS FILE A CASE REQUESTING TRANSPARENCY IN NEET EXAM.ELSE AS WE ALREADY TOLD IN NEAR FUTURE SELLING OF SEATS WILL OCCUR IN GOVERNMENT SEATS ALSO BY MALPRACTICE WHICH WILL COME ONCE THE SYSTEM IS NOT TRANSPARENT.THINK AND DECIDE.WHO EVER IN DELHI WHO CAN ACT AGAINST THIS UNFAIR SYSTEM ACT AT THE EARLIEST.BEFORE YOU ARE TOO LATE..



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COMEDK FEES AND SEAT MATRIX


Gujarat HC stays admission to PG medical courses through NEET

Gujarat HC stays admission to PG medical courses through NEET

AHMEDABAD: Gujarat high court on Friday stayed the M S University to conduct the process of admission to the post-graduate medical courses on basis of marks obtained in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) at least till Monday. 

Justice C L Soni granted interim stay on admission process in response to a petition filed by a student from Vadodara, Khushbu Prajapati through senior counsel Sudhir Nanavati. She has questioned the state government's decision to give admission to PG medical courses on basis of NEET. The court also made it clear that even if counseling takes place, it would also be subject to the final outcome of this petition. Further hearing is to take place on this issue on Monday. 

The petitioner contended before the court that the city of Vadodara has got only one college for PG medical courses, which is attached to the MSU. The admission to PG courses was traditionally given on basis of marks obtained in the MBBS course. 

Earlier this month, the Supreme Court by its interim order allowed the state governments to declare results of common entrance tests, and permitted them to give admission to students for PG medical courses through common entrance tests conducted by them. 

Last week, the state government decided that admission for the PG medical courses should be given on basis of marks obtained in NEET. The senior counsel submitted before the court that the apex court made it very clear in its order that the universities and the state government may grant admission to PG courses on the pattern adopted in the previous year. He further submitted that the medical college in the MSU traditionally gives admission on basis of marks obtained in MBBS course, and the same pattern should be followed this year also. 


The petitioner has contended that the state government's decision is contrary to the apex court's directions, and since the MSU has got only one medical college and no common entrance test by the state government was conducted for this, the merit list should be prepared on basis of marks obtained in the MBBS course.

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

One more meeting to decide PG medical admissions

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One more meeting to decide PG medical admissions


Government considering whether to continue consensual agreement or implement 2006 Act

With just eight days to go for the completion of admissions for postgraduate medical courses in the State, the government seems to be in two minds on its consensual agreement with the private unaided educational institutions for admissions this year.

A meeting chaired by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Wednesday with Minister of State for Medical Education Minister Sharan Prakash Rudrappa Patil and Higher Education and Tourism Minister R.V. Deshpande to resolve the imbroglio over admissions for PG courses remained inconclusive. The meeting was attended by representatives of COMED-K.

A decision was taken to hold another round of meeting in the next few days.

Pending petition

The Supreme Court, in its order on May 13, said that the last date for admissions for PG medical courses will be May 31. Seeking more time for the last date for admissions, the government has filed a petition in the Supreme Court and it would come up for hearing on Monday, Dr. Patil said.

Though the Chief Minister and Dr. Patil are committed to implementing the Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Fixation of Fee) Act, 2006, they fear a fixation committee under the Act may increase fee and that would burden students belonging to poor families. Moreover, a committee is yet to be constituted.

The BJP-Janata Dal(S) coalition government and the BJP government had entered into a consensual arrangement or agreement with the Private Unaided Professional Educational Institutions for 2006-2007, 2007-2008 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13.

The previous governments kept in abeyance the Act of 2006 for admissions and fixation of fee in private unaided professional educational institutions.

Speaking to The Hindu, Dr. Patil said that the private college managements have expressed readiness for continuation of the consensual pact. But the managements placed a proposal to seek a hike in fee. The government considered that hike in fee would increase the financial burden on meritorious students belonging to poor families.

As the principal Opposition, the Congress had, in the last five years, been pressing for the implementation of the 2006 Act. Now, the party has come to power and it is in two minds whether to implement the Act or go ahead with the consensual pact, sources said.

‘Open mind’

“Keeping in view the students’ interests, the government has an open mind on admissions. The government is keen on implementing the 2006 Act and is considering the pros and cons of the Act as well as the consensual agreement,” Dr. Patil said. “We cannot keep the future of the students in the dark all the time. We are going to implement the Act. But time is too short now. The Chief Minister will hold another round of meeting soon to finalise the admission process,” Dr. Patil said.

Under the consensual pact, different fee structure would be fixed for different categories of students. Under the 2006 Act, the Fee Fixation Committee should be headed by a retired High Court judge. The fee for students belonging to poor families in government medical college was Rs. 36,000 and more than Rs. 3 lakh for other students under government quota in private colleges in 2012-13.

Under the Act, 50 per cent of the seats are reserved for students belonging to poor, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other backward class families in government, aided consortium of medical, engineering and dental colleges. Under the pact, only 25 per cent of seats were reserved for such students in COMED-K colleges last year, officials said.

As per the Act, the government should constitute a one-man regulatory committee headed by a former Vice-Chancellor of university, to oversee the admission process. The committee is yet to be set up.

No consensus on PG seat-sharing

No consensus on PG seat-sharing, fees

BANGALORE: A meeting between the managements of private professional colleges and the new Congress government failed to arrive at a consensus on seat-sharing and fee structure for postgraduate courses. 

Chief minister Siddaramaiah, who chaired the meeting, said: "We are giving an option to the private colleges to either follow the consensual agreement we have each year or implement the Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission and Determination of Fee) Act, 2006." 

The 2006 act was never implemented due to clauses that are not in favour of private managements. For instance, the act prescribes a differential fee structure for each college depending on factors like location of the college, nature of the course and infrastructure. The colleges have been delaying its implementation by reaching a consensus with the government every year. 

The private managements have been asking for a fee hike that is reportedly as high as 30%. Siddaramaiah told them he will convene another meeting before taking a final decision. But time is running out. May 31 is the deadline to complete all P-G medical and dental admissions. 

Sources said: "With uncertainty over fee and seats, the government has no option but to move the Supreme Court and seek extension for completing admissions.'' 

COUNSELLING PUT OFF 

Following the failure of talks, the PG medical and d- ental counselling scheduled to begin on May 23 has been postponed. The new date of counselling will be published on the RGUHS website, www.rguhspget2013.com, within a day or two. 


In a notification on Wednesday, the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) asked students to be available for counselling at a short notice. Medical examination of physically handicapped candidates (both medical and dental) will be conducted at RGUHS at 11am on May 24.

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Gujarat: NEET marks to decide PG medical admissions,BOND AMOUNT 10 LAKHS

Gujarat: NEET marks to decide PG medical admissions


Ahmedabad: Gujarat Government on Tuesday decided to give admissions to postgraduate medical courses on basis of marks obtained in National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). Marks obtained in MBBS won’t be considered for the admissions.
 
This decision, which now provides much clarity in the matter, was taken in a meeting of state health minister Nitin Patel with vice-chancellors of the universities in Gujarat. 
 
“Admissions to PG medical courses will be undertaken on basis of Neet results. A common merit list will be prepared, like in engineering courses. A central committee of university and government representatives will be formed for the admission process,” said Patel. He clarified that MBBS marks wouldn’t be considered for admissions. 
 
The centralised system will be applicable for admissions on 50% PG medical seats that fall under the state quota. “The remaining 50% will be filled as per the national quota,” said Patel. About 400 students will be given admission as per the state quota. 
 
The university representatives also agreed with the state to introduce bond of Rs10 lakh for PG medical students, if they do not serve in rural areas for three years.

AFMC: Upload NEET- PG 2013 results by May 24

AFMC: Upload NEET- PG 2013 results by May 24

Candidates (priority i, iii, iv & v) who have registered for post graduation in Armed Forces Medical Services Institutions should login into their account and  upload their NEET-PG score card by May 24.
Armed Forces Medical College is a premier medical institute of India acknowledged as a centre of excellence for education and research. The college provides training to under-graduate and post-graduate medical and nursing students with assured career prospects in the defence services.
The institute was set up on 01 May 1948 by an act of parliament of India on the recommendations of the BC Roy Committee by the amalgamation of various defence medical organizations. The "Graduate Wing" of AFMC was established on 04 August 1962 to provide a sustainable and steady intake of medical officers for the Indian Armed Forces.
The institute is presently affiliated to the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and is recognized by the MCI for conducting undergraduate and various post graduate medical courses.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Delay on PG seat matrix worries students


Delay on PG seat matrix worries students


Bengaluru: The Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) will start postgraduate medical and dental counseling between May 23 and 27, while the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) will hold it on May 27.
But the state government is yet to finalise the PG seat matrix and decide on the fee structure for the government quota seats in private colleges.
The delay in PG seat matrix and fee structure is worrying the PG medical students, who allege that it would allow private colleges to manipulate the available seats to the merit category and would hide all the valuable clinical seats, surrendering only those seats that are not in demand.
They said that two years ago, private colleges, taking advantage of a similar delay, had succeeded in taking away the clinical seats from the RGUHS PGET counseling list, which had triggered protests from students all across the State.
“If the consensual agreement is signed at the last minute, there will definitely be confusion over seats earmarked for government students in private colleges,” said a PG seat aspirant.

What is psychometric analysis?

What is psychometric analysis?
After NEET exam ,was searching on data available on psychometric analysis.Haven't got much information but sharing here the information got till now.AFTER SEARCHING ALL DATA WE NOT ABLE TO GET CLEAR IDEA ON IT.BUT A SIMPLE QUESTION TO NBE WHY SUCH A CONFUSING PATTERN..IT WILL BE JUST AN EXPERIMENT FOR AN YEAR.BUT YOU PLAYED WITH LIFE OF MANY HARD WORKING MEDICOS..YEARS OF THEIR HARD WORK..
NOW THIS IS WHAT PROMETRIC SAYS ABOUT PSYCHOMETRIC ANALYSIS


PSYCHOMETRIC ANALYSIS

Prometric employs a robust staff of psychometric analysis experts, whose sole responsibility is to ensure that your final test meets design objectives, market requirements and legal standards.
Each test and its items are subjected to various analyses aimed at determining the measurement quality of the assessment. We can help ensure that your exam, and every subsequent version of it, continues to meet this high standard of quality. We use specialized and industry-standard modeling for all exam studies and custom research. We utilize Rasch/Item Responses, standard stetting, criterion validity, simulationTheory, differential item functioning (DIF) and item parameter drift studies, the modified Angoff and Borderline Group methods(????????) and other industry standards.(??????)

INFORMATION WE GOT ON SEARCHING WORDS THEY TOLD WHICH PROMETRIC USE FOR SCALING
1.WHAT IS RASCH ITEM RESPONSE THEORY
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The Rasch model is often considered to be the 1PL IRT model. However, proponents of Rasch modeling prefer to view it as a completely different approach to conceptualizing the relationship between data and the theory.[11] Like other statistical modeling approaches, IRT emphasizes the primacy of the fit of a model to observed data,[12] while the Rasch model emphasizes the primacy of the requirements for fundamental measurement, with adequate data-model fit being an important but secondary requirement to be met before a test or research instrument can be claimed to measure a trait.[13] Operationally, this means that the IRT approaches include additional model parameters to reflect the patterns observed in the data (e.g., allowing items to vary in their correlation with the latent trait), whereas the Rasch approach requires both the data fit the Rasch model and that test items and examinees confirm to the model, before claims regarding the presence of a latent trait can be considered valid. Therefore, under Rasch models, misfitting responses require diagnosis of the reason for the misfit, and may be excluded from the data set if substantive explanations can be made that they do not address the latent trait.[14] Thus, the Rasch approach can be seen to be a confirmatory approach, as opposed to exploratory approaches that attempt to model the observed data. As in any confirmatory analysis, care must be taken to avoid confirmation bias.
The presence or absence of a guessing or pseudo-chance parameter is a major and sometimes controversial distinction. The IRT approach includes a left asymptote parameter to account for guessing in multiple choice examinations, while the Rasch model does not because it is assumed that guessing adds randomly distributed noise to the data. As the noise is randomly distributed, it is assumed that, provided sufficient items are tested, the rank-ordering of persons along the latent trait by raw score will not change, but will simply undergo a linear rescaling. Three-parameter IRT, by contrast, achieves data-model fit by selecting a model that fits the data,[15] at the expense of sacrificing specific objectivity.
In practice, the Rasch model has at least two principal advantages in comparison to the IRT approach. The first advantage is the primacy of Rasch's specific requirements,[16] which (when met) provides fundamental person-free measurement (where persons and items can be mapped onto the same invariant scale).[17] Another advantage of the Rasch approach is that estimation of parameters is more straightforward in Rasch models due to the presence of sufficient statistics, which in this application means a one-to-one mapping of raw number-correct scores to Rasch estimates
2 DIFFERENTIAL ITEM FUNCTIONING
Differential item functioning (DIF), also referred to as measurement bias, occurs when people from different groups (commonly gender or ethnicity) with the same latent trait (ability/skill) have a different probability of giving a certain response on a questionnaire or test.[1] DIF analysis provides an indication of unexpected behavior of items on a test. An item does not display DIF if people from different groups have a different probability to give a certain response; it displays DIF if and only if people from different groups with the same underlying true ability have a different probability of giving a certain response. Common procedures for assessing DIF are Mantel-Haenszel, item response theory (IRT) based methods, and logistic regression
THIS IS WHAT NEET SITE TELLS ABOUT SCALING
RESULTS – EQUATING & SCALING 

The question paper of NEET-PG comprises of 240 multiple choice questions each with four options and only one correct response. Multiple question papers are used for NEET-PG for different sessions and days.

A standard psychometrically-sound approach is employed for the scoring process of NEET-PG. This approach has been applied to score all large scale Computer Based Examination utilizing multiple question papers.

Step 1: Calculation of Raw Marks

Raw marks are calculated based on the number of questions answered correctly, incorrectly or omitted.

Correct Answer +1 point
Incorrect Answer/Omitted 0 point

Step 2: Raw Marks are equated

While all papers (forms) are carefully assembled to ensure that the content is comparable, the difficulty of each form may be perceived by different subjects undertaking the test to slightly vary. Such minor differences in the overall difficulty level are accurately measured after all the different question papers (forms) have been administered and the results analyzed. A post-equating process is necessary to ensure validity and fairness.

Equating is a psychometric process to adjust differences in difficulty so that scores from different test papers (forms) are comparable on a common metric and therefore fair to candidates testing across multiple papers (forms). To facilitate this comparison, each form contains a pre-defined number of questions (items) selected from a large item bank, called an equating block, which is used as an anchor to adjust candidates scores to the metric of the item bank. Taking into account of candidates’ differential performance on these equating blocks, each individual’s raw marks are adjusted for difference in paper (form) difficulties.

During post-equating, test items are concurrently analyzed and the estimated item parameters (item difficulty and discrimination) are put onto a common metric. Item Response Theory (IRT), a psychometrically supported statistical model, is utilized in this process. The result is a statistically equated raw score that takes into account the performance of the candidate along with the difficulty of the form administered.

Step 3: Equated raw score is scaled 

In order to ensure appropriate interpretation of an equated raw score, the scores must be placed on a common scale or metric. A linear transformation is used for this scaling process, which is a standard practice for such test administration.

Post equating takes into account any statistical differences in examination difficulty and ensures all candidates are evaluated on a common scale. The aforesaid steps ensure that all examination scores are valid, equitable and fair. Merit List shall be prepared on the basis of scaled score obtained by the candidates.

THEN A QUESTION TO ALL WHO SUPPORTING IT JUST BECAUSE YOU GET A GOOD RANK IN NEET ..ARE YOU ABLE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THIS ANALYSIS IS?WHAT WAS THE NEED FOR MULTIPLE SESSION EXAM IN NEET..ANSWER MAY BE TO CONDUCT COMPUTER BASED TEST..NOW ONE MORE SIMPLE QUESTION WHAT WAS NEED FOR COMPUTER BASED TEST WHEN NBE ASKING JUST FEW USELESS ONE LINERS..THEY HAVEN'T INCLUDED A SINGLE PICTURE OR VIDEO BASED QUESTION...THEN WHY OR WHAT IS USE OF THIS COMPUTER BASED TEST?JUST TO SCREW LIFE OF HARD WORKING MEDICOS AND THEIR AMBITIONS..WE HOPE MCI WILL STOP THIS USELESS EXPERIMENT BY THIS YEAR..TO SAVE MEDICOS WHO ARE HARD WORKING AND TO HELP THEM TO AVOID LOSING ANOTHER YEAR.DON'T CONTINUE THIS LOTTERY SYSTEM NEXT YEAR..



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Monday, May 20, 2013

Minister to hold meeting of VCs to iron out issues

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Minister to hold meeting of VCs to iron out issues



AHMEDABAD: Health minister Nitin Patel will hold a meeting of all vice chancellors on Tuesday to frame rules for the admissions to the post graduate medical courses.

The authorities were in a dilemma as one group of students wants that the admission to PG courses should be conducted only through National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), while another group wants that a merit list of the marks scored in MBBS exams and NEET should be prepared.

Meanwhile, a group of students took out a rally to press for their demand of getting admissions through NEET which was conducted in November-December 2012. The students said that more than 30 students from state have ranked in top 100. "Despite this, the Gujarat University is confused about admitting students for the 450 odd seats in PG medical courses. The officials of GU had informed the students that they would prepare a merit list with some weightage given to both the undergraduate marks and NEET scores. However, the officials are yet to decide about the admission to the PG courses."

Students said that there cannot be comparison of exams conducted on a national platform and the undergraduate level examination conducted by the university. The meritorious students fear that unfair inclusion of undergraduate marks will give certain undeserving students undue advantage over them, as those who ranked in the undergraduate examination were not even close to the top rankers in NEET. However, the other group who fared better in the undergraduate examination demanded that admission should not be on the basis of the NEET only.

COMEDK LAST YEAR CUT OFF RANKS



COMEDK RESULTS ANNOUNCED .CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL WINNERS.
RESULTS LINK HERE 


COUNSELLING DETAILS LINK HERE

LAST YEAR CUT OFF RANK DETAILS

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“There is no clarity in the court’s order on the time frame or extension of deadline for the counselling ".Dr IV Reddy.

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“There is no clarity in the court’s order on the time frame or extension of deadline for the counselling ".Dr IV Reddy.


The Supreme Court verdict on the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) announced on Monday led to angry responses on social media websites from post-graduate medical science aspirants. The students had participated in nationwide protests in April over the delay in the verdict.
However, MBBS and BDS undergraduate aspirants welcomed the decision as many of them were uncertain about their chances to qualify the first-ever NEET owing to the differences in syllabi and the short notice received prior to the preparation.  
The announcement has been timely for those seeking admission to under graduate courses in MBBS and BDS stream. Around 68,000 students appeared for the NEET-UG examination conducted earlier this month and some students found it easier compared to EAMCET.
The order that came after five months was too late for nearly 12,000 students from the state who appeared for the NEET-PG and DNB-CET at the end of 2012. The results for NEET-PG scheduled to be announced on January 31, 2013 were withheld owing to the case pending in the apex court. The students would now have to start two months behind schedule after the process of counselling is over. “Most of my batch-mates have joined hospitals and some others are even looking at payment seats due to the delay,” says Dr. Abuzar Wahab, who took up an employment offer at a city-based hospital being left with no other alternative.
The state-level entrance for admissions to 1,200 post-graduate seats in government medical colleges in the state was conducted on March 17 by the NTR University of Health Sciences. The key for the exam will be displayed on the university website on Tuesday.
The Medical Council of India (MCI) guidelines also indicate that PG seats which remain unfilled by May 31 will be treated as void and no admissions can be done for the same.
“There is no clarity in the court’s order on the time frame or extension of deadline for the counselling and admissions to the PG courses. We hope that the court and MCI will give us an extension,” added Dr IV Reddy
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WHICH SEAT YOU WILL GET WITH YOUR RANK

WE HAD COLLECTED 2011 COUNSELLING DETAILS RANKS WHICH LAST ALLOTTED WITH SEAT IN EACH SPECIALTY .LAST RANK WHICH GOT ADMITTED IN DIFFERENT MD/MS COURSES. THIS WILL HELP A LOT IN COUNSELLING.2012 DETAILS WHERE NOT AVAILABLE NOW.THERE IS A SLIGHT INCREASE IN PG SEATS FROM 2011 ALSO THIS YEAR FEW STATES ALSO SELECTING FROM NEET SO RANKS MAY VARY THIS TIME.BUT THIS WILL GIVE A ROUGH IDEA



YOU CAN VIEW THE DETAILS HERE

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BRANCH  (MD/MS)                  LAST RANK  ALLOTTED 
ANATOMY     -                             3724
BIOCHEMISTRY-                        3730
PHYSIOLOGY-                             3720
PATHOLOGY-                                3680
ENT-                                                 3660
PSM-                                                 3657
PHARMACOLOGY                         3655
MICROBIOLOGY                             3668
FORENSIC MEDICINE                     3617
OPHTHALMOLOGY                       3146
GENERAL SURGERY                       2931
PSYCHIATRY                                     2549
ANESTHESIA                                      2980
OBG                                                       2167

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CHEST&TB                                          1940
GENERAL MEDICINE                        1660
DERMATOLOGY                                 1300
PEDIATRICS                                          1250
ORTHOPEDICS                                     1075
RADIO DIAGNOSIS                                 369

WE HAVEN'T INCLUDED DIPLOMA COURSES IN THE LIST


HOPE THIS WILL HELP ..ALL THE BEST FOR COUNSELLING


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Sunday, May 19, 2013

NEET MDS RESULTS OUT

NEET 2013 MDS RESULTS OUT.NEET MDS WAS CONDUCTED BY AIIMS.RESULTS NOW AVAILABLE IN http://www.aiimsexams.org/
LINK FOR RESULTS http://www.aiimsonline.in/AIIMS-Marks-NEETMDS-2013/Login.aspx

COLLEGES THAT TAKE PART IN ALL INDIA COUNSELLING LAST YEAR(2012)

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AS01 
Principal 
Assam Medical College, 
Dibrugarh-786001 (Assam). 
Principal, Prof. Pranab Baruwa, office-0373-
2300080, fax-0373-2300080, emailprincipalamch@rediffmail.com 
AS02 
Principal 
Gauhati Medical College & Hospital, 
Guwahati-781032 (Assam). 
Principal-cum-chief Superintendent, tel 
+913612546129(R), +913612132751 (Fax & Office) 
+919864066062(M)+913612529457(Fax) emailgmch-asm@nic.in 
AS03 
Dean/Principal 
Silchar Medical College & Hospital, 
Pox Office - Ghungoor, 
Silchar-788014(Assam) 
Prof.(Mrs.) S.R. Barman, M.D., 9435071289, 03842-
229110, smc-asm@nic.in, fax-03842-229110 
AS04 
Director 
LGBRIMH, Tezpur 
Tezpur-784001 (Assam) 
Dr. Sailendra Kumar Deuri, 09435080392, O.-
03712-232652, skdeuri@sify.com, fax 03712-
233623 
BR01 
Principal 
Darbhanga Medical College, 
Laheriasarai, Darbhanga 
Bihar-846007. 
Principal, Dr. Surendra Nath Sinha, Phone (O)6272-
233228,233092, M-9835445533, fax-06272-
233228, email-dr.sn.sniha@gmail.com 
BR02 
Patna Medical College, 
Patna-800004 (Bihar) 
Principal, Dr. (Capt.) N.P. Yadav, Mob-
09835482966, 09470003552, fax-0612-2300343, 
email-principalsoffice@rediffmail.com 
BR03 
Principal 
Nalanda Medical College 
Patna-800020 (Bihar) 
Dr.Geeta Singh, Ph.0612-2354828, Mob-
09470003569, email- nmc_patna@yahoo.com, 
nmcpatna1980@gmail.com, fax-0612-2354871 
BR04
AN Magadh Medical College, 
Sherghati Road, Gaya 823001, 
Bihar 
Principal, Dr.Sohan Prasad Choudhary, Ph-0631-
2210196,Mob-09431049051,09470003290, fax-
0631-2210196 
BR05 
Director, 
Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, 
Sheikhpura, Patna-800014 
Prof.(Dr.) Arun Kumar, (O) 2297631, 2297099, fax 
0612-2297225 
CH01 
Director/Principal 
Govt. Medical College, 
Sector-32-B, 
Chandigarh-160030. 
Director Principal, Dr. Raj Bahadur, (O) 0172-
2676037, Mob-09646199999, emaildpgmcc@yahoo.com, fax-0172-2609360 
CG01 
Dean 
Pt. J.N.M. Medical College, 
Raipur-492001 (Chhattisgarh) 
Dean, Dr. A.K. Sharma, Phone (O)0771-
2525602,289001, M-09755011830, fax-0771-
2523919, email-ptjnm-mcr@rediffmail.com 
CG02 
Chhattisgarh Inst. Of Medical Sciences, 
Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Hospital 
Bilaspur - 495 009 
Chhattisgarh 
Dean, Prof. (Retd.Lt.Col.) S.K. Mohanty, Phone (O) 
07752-230030, 09425220718, emaildeancims@gmail.com, fax-07752-224200 
DL01 
Principal/Dean 
Kasturba Hospital 
Darya Ganj, Delhi-110002. 
Medical Superintendent 
 Dr. Sushma Gupta, 
(O) 23274376 mb. 8800696614 
Email kasturbahospital@gmail.com
Fax 23286746 DL02 
Director 
Lady Hardinge Medical College, 
CP, New Delhi-110001. 
Dr. Atul Murari 
(O) 23343984 mob. 8826381422 
Email direcorlhmc@gmail.com fax 23340566 
DL03 
Dean 
Maulana Azad Medical College, 
2-Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, 
New Delhi-110002. 
Not Available 
DL04 
Dean/Principal 
National Institute of Health & FW 
Munirka, New Delhi-110067. 
Prof. M. Bhattacharya 
(O) 26165959, 26107773, 261666441 
Email director@nihfw.org
Fax 26101623 
DL05 
Director 
PGIMER, Dr. RML Hospital, 
Baba Kharak Singh Mg, CP, 
Delhi – 110001 
Dr. Prof. A. K. Agarwal 
(O) 23365553 email deanpgimer@gmail.com fax 
23365551 
DL06 
Principal 
VMMC & Safdarjang Hospital, 
Ring Road, New Delhi-110029. 
Dr. V. K. Sharma 
(O) 26161365 mob. 9810213216 
Email sharmavkdr@rediffmail.com
Fax 2678127226, 26161365 
DL07 
Principal 
University College of Medical Sciences, 
Dilshand Gardan, Delhi-110095. 
Prof. O. P. Kalra 
(O) 22582106 email dlmi@ucms.ac.in
Fax 22582105 
DL08 
Director 
Vallabhbhai Patel Chest Institute, 
Mall Road, Maurice Nagar, 
Delhi - 110007 
Prof. S. N. Gaur 
(O) 27667420 fax 27666549 
DL09 
Principal/Dean 
Institute Of Nuclear Medicine Allied Sciences 
Timarpur, Civil Lines, 
Delhi – 110054. 
Dr. R. P. Tripathi 
(O) 23942418 
Email director@inmas.org fax 23919509 
DL10 
Dean/Principal 
Hindu Rao Hospital, 
Rani Jhansi Marg, Gandhi Square, 
Delhi-110007. 
Dr. Madhur Kudesia 
(O) 23973946 mob 9717787412 
Email ms_hrhmcd@yahoo.co.in
Fax 23976714 
DL11 
Principal/Dean 
Instt. of Human Behaviour & Allied Sciences, 
G T Road, Dilshad Garden, 
Delhi – 110095. 
Dr. Nimesh G. Desai 
(O) 011-22112136 
Fax 01122599227 email directorihbas@vsnl.net 
DL-12
ESI Post Graduate Institue of Medical Sciences & 
Research 
Basaidarapur Ring Road, 
New Delhi-147001 
Dr. Sudhir K. Kapoor 
(O) 25192113 mob. 9868868680,9958553333 
Email sumasudhir2003@yahoo.co.in
Fax 25440722 
GA01 
Dean 
Goa Medical College, 
Bambolim- Goa-403201. 
Dean, Dr. V.N. Jindal, (O) 0832-2458727, Mob-
09422456100, email-vnjindal@email.com, fax-
0832-2458728 
GJ01 
Director 
B.J Medical College, 
Civil Hospital Campus, 
Ahmedabad – 380016 (Gujarat). 
Dean, Dr. B.J. Shah, (O) 079-22680074, fax-079-
22683067 GJ02 
Dean 
Govt. Medical College, 
Majura Gate, 
Surat – 395001(Gujarat). 
Dean, Dr. G.R. Patel, (O) 0261-2244175, 2244456-
59, email-dean@gmcsurat.org, fax-0261-2241025 
GJ03 
Dean 
Govt. Medical College, 
Baroda -390 001 (Gujarat) 
Dean, Dr. A.T. Leuva, (O) 0265-2421594, Mob-
09824009006, email-deanmcbrd@gmail.com, fax-
0265-2421056 
GJ04 
Dean 
Shri M.P Shah Medical College, 
Pt. Nehru Road, Jamnagar, 
Gujart-361008. 
Dean, Dr. Vikas Sinha, Mob-09879579193, 
Phone(O) 0288-2553515, emaildr_sinhavikas@yahoo.co.in, dean-medicoljam@gujarat.gov.in, fax 0288-2540036 
GJ06 
Dean 
Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay Medical College, 
Civil Hospital Compound, 
Rajkot – 360006. (Gujart) 
Dean, Dr. Pramodkumar, (O) 0281-2458323, emaildeanrajkot@yahoo.co.in, fax-0281-2458323 
GJ07 
Dean 
Govt. Medical College, 
Nr. State Road Transport Corporatioon 
Bus Stand, Bhavnagar 364001 (Gujarat) 
Dean, Dr. B.D. Parmar, (O) 0278-2430808, email- 
dr_bd_parmar@yahoo.co.in 
HP01 
Principal 
Indira Gandhi Medical College, 
Shimla-171001. 
Principal, Dr. Satinder Singh Kaushal, (O) 0177-
2804251, Mob-09418025148, fax 0177-2658339, 
email - Dr.sskaushal@rediffmail.com 
HP02
Dr. Rajendra Prasad Govt. Medical College, Kangra 
at Tanda – 176001 (H.P.) 
Principal, Dr. Anil Chauhan, (O) 01892-257115, 
Mob- 09418022382, emailprincipal.tanda@gmail.com, fax-01892-267115 
HR01 
Principal/Dean 
Pt. B.D. Sharma PGIMS, 
Rohtak-124001 (Haryana) 
Dean, Dr. V.K. Jain, (o) 01262-211309, emaildean.pgims@hry.nic.in, fax-01262-211308 
JH01 
Principal 
M.G.M Medical College, 
Mango, Main Road, 
Jamshepur-832110 (Jharkhand) 
Principal, Dr. A.N. Mishra, Mob-09470124028, (O) 
0657-2360859, emailmgmmedicacollege.jamshedpur@gmail.com, fax-
0657-2361258 
JH02 
Director/Dean 
Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, 
Bariatu, Ranchi-834009 (Jharkhand) 
Prof. Dr. Tulsi Mahto, (o) 0651-2541533, fax-0651-
2540629 
JH03 
Principal/Dean 
Central Institute of Psychiatry 
Kanke, Ranchi- 834006 (Jharkhand) 
Prof. S. Harque 
(O) 0651-2451113 mob 09431129925 
Email rch_cipus@bsnl.in
Fax 0651-2450823,2233668 
KA01 
Principal/Dean 
Bangalore Medical College, 
Fort, Krishna Rajendra Road, 
Bangalore-560002 (Karnataka) 
Dr. O.S. Sdiddappa, (O) 0802-6700810, Mob- 
09448045377, email-director_bmcri@yahoo.co.in, 
fax-0802-26704342 
KA02 
Principal 
Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences 
Hubli-580022. (Karnataka) 
Dr. U.S. Hangra, (O) 0836-2374624, Mob- 
09448124369, email- 
drushangarga_kims@rediffmail.com, fax-0836-
2278097 
KA03 
Principal 
Vijayanagar Institute of Medical Sciences, 
Cantonment Bellary, Bellary-583104 (Karnataka) 
Dr. A. Srinivasa Murthy, (O) 0839-2235204, Mob-
09845324337, email vims_42366@yahoo.com, fax-
0839-2235202 KA04 
Director/Dean 
Mysore Medical College & Research Institute, 
Irwin Road, Mysore- 570021 (Karnataka) 
Dr. Avadani Geeta K., (O) 0821-2520512, Mob-
09448433931, email mmcri@rediffmail.com fax-
0821-2520803 
KA05 
Director 
Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health, 
Sourth Hospital Complex, 
D.R. College Post, Bangalore-560029. (Karnataka) 
Dr. Shivananda, (O) 080-23236562, Mob-
09448466562, email sssidhi@rediffmail.com, fax-
080-26541799 
KA06 
Principal/Dean 
Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology, 
Dr. M H Marigowda Road, 
Bangalore-560029 (Karnataka) 
Dr. M. Vijayakumar, (O) 080-26094150, 26560722, 
Mob-09448467765, email mvijai2002@yahoo.com, 
fax- 080-26560723 
KA07
Dean 
Employees State Insurance, 
P.G. Institute of Medical Science & Research 
Rajajinagar, Bengaluru-560010 
Dr. B. Rajeeva Shetty 
 (O) 080-23125572/23325130 
Email rsbannadi@yahoo.com
Mob 09845021383 
Fax 080-23326603/23325130 
KA08 
Bidar Inst. of Medical Sciences, 
Udgir Road, Bidar-585401, 
 Karnataka 
Dr. B.O. Hanumanthappa, (O) 08482-228366, Mob-
09448322889, email 
drbohanumanthappa@yahoo.com, fax- 0848-
2240322 
KA09 
Raichur Institute of Medical Sciences,Hyderabad 
Road, Raichur – 584102., KARNATAKA. 
Dr. Ramaiah, (O) 08532-238488, mob- 
09449044010, email info@rims-raichur.com, fax – 
0853-2238489 
KA10
Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences, 
Chamarajendra District Hospital, Hassan-573201, 
KARNATAKA 
Dr. Ravikumar B.C., (O) 08172-231699, email- 
dr.ravikumarbc@gmail.com, fax 08172-231699 
KA11
Mandya Institute of Medical Sciences, 
District Hospital, Mandya – 571 401. 
Dr. G. Gurushankar, (O) 08232-222086, Mob- 
09844064277, email mimsmandya@gmail.com, fax 
0832-231001 
KA12
Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences, 
District McGann Hospital, Sagar Road, Shimoga – 
577 201. 
Dr. K.S. Gangadhara, (O) 08182-229933, email 
drshankarsims@gmail.com, fax- 08182- 264100 
KA13
Belgaum Institute of Medical Sciences, Belgaum 
District Hospital, Belgaum-590001, KARNATAKA 
Dr. M.R. Chandrashaker, (O) 0831-2403126, email 
belgaum.bims@gmail.com, fax – 0831-2403126 
KL01 
Principal/Dean 
T.D Medical College, 
Alappuzha – 688005 (Kerala) 
Secretary- Rajeev Sadanandan, (O)- 0471-2327865, 
fax- 0471-2336602, 
DME- Dr. V. Geeta, (O) 0471-244011, fax-0471-
2443080 
KL02 
Principal/Dean 
Govt. Medical College, 
Calicut - 673 008 (Kerala) 
Secretary- Rajeev Sadanandan, (O)- 0471-2327865, 
fax- 0471-2336602, 
DME- Dr. V. Geeta, (O) 0471-244011, fax-0471-
2443080 
KL03 
Principal 
Govt. Medical College, 
Gandhinagar, Kottayam – 686008 (Kerala) 
Secretary- Rajeev Sadanandan, (O)- 0471-2327865, 
fax- 0471-2336602, 
DME- Dr. V. Geeta, (O) 0471-244011, fax-0471-
2443080 
KL04 
Principal 
Govt. Medical College, 
Thiruvananthapuram-695011 (Kerala) 
Secretary- Rajeev Sadanandan, (O)- 0471-2327865, 
fax- 0471-2336602, 
DME- Dr. V. Geeta, (O) 0471-244011, fax-0471-
2443080 KL05 
Principal 
Govt. Medical College, 
Thrissur -680581. (Kerala) 
Secretary- Rajeev Sadanandan, (O)- 0471-2327865, 
fax- 0471-2336602, 
DME- Dr. V. Geeta, (O) 0471-244011, fax-0471-
2443080 
MH01 
Dean 
B.J. Medical College, 
Sasoon Road, Pune-411001 (Maharashtra) 
Dr. Ajay S. Chandanwale, Tel 020-26128000, Ext 
301, Email deanbjmcpune@gmail.com, Fax91-20-
26126868 
MH02 
Dean 
Dr. V.M. Govt. Medical College, 
Solapur-413003. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. Ashok Dhondiram Shinde, Tel 0217-2749401, 
Email dean_solapur@gmail.com, Fax 0217-2310766 
MH03 
Dean 
Government Medical College, 
Nagpur -440003. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. Rajaram Power, tel 0712-2743588, 2700256, 
2701580, Email deangmc2@gmail.com Fax 0712-
2744489. 
MH04
Dean 
Govt. Medical College, 
Panchakki Road,
Aurangabad-431001. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. K. S. Bhopale, Dean, Govt. Medical College, 
Aurangabad Phone No. 0240-2402428, Fax 
24002418, 19 Email deangmca@gmail.com 
MH05 
Dean 
Grant Medical College, 
J J Hospital Compound, Byculla, 
Mumbai – 400007. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. T. P. Lahane, Dean Tel 022-23735555, Email 
deangmcjjh@gmail.com Fax 022-237735599 
MH06 
Dean 
Indira Gandhi Govt. Medical College, 
Central Avenue Road, 
Nagpur-440018. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. P. T. Wakode, Tel 0712-2725274, 2770929, 
Email igmcn@rediffmail.com, Fax 0712-2728028 
MH07 
Principal/Dean 
Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, 
Sion, Mumbai-400022. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. Sandhya Kamath, Tel 022-24076381/89 Email 
deanltmg@rediffmail.com, Fax 022-24031202 
MH08 
Dean 
Govt. Medical College, 
Miraj, Dist. Sangli-416410. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. Madhukar P. Parchand Tel No 0233/2232091-99 
0233/2231158, Email mparchand@gmail.com, Fax 
0233/2231959, 0233/2231158 
MH09 
Principal/Dean 
Seth G.S. Medical College, 
Dr E Borges Marg, Parel, 
Mumbai-400012. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. Sanjay N. Oak, Seth G.S. Medical College, parel, 
Mumbai-12, Tel 022-24136051, 24131419, Email 
sanyjayoak@kem.edu, Fax 24142503 
MH10 
Dena 
S.R.T.R. Medical College, 
Dist. Beed, Ambajogai-431517. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. Naresh Kumar S. Dhaluwala, Tel 02446-248438, 
email srt.acad@rediffmail.com, Fax 02446-
247132/248963 
MH11 
Dean 
Topiwala National Medical College, 
Dr A L Nair Road, Mumbai Central, 
Mumbai – 400008. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. Ravindra Vittal Rananavare, Tel 022-23027000, 
Fax 022-23072663 
MH12 
Dean 
Govt. Medical College, 
Vazirabad, Nandaed-431601. (Maharashtra) 
Dr. D. M. Kothula, Tel 02462-234118, Email 
gmcnanded@rediffmail.com, Fax 02462-234702 
MH13 
Dean 
Shri V.N Govt. Medical College, 
Civil Lines, Yavatmal-445001 (Maharashtra) 
Dr. A. P. Dongra, Tel 07232-242456, Email 
deanvngmcstudentsection@redifmail.com, Fax 
07232-244148 MH14 
Dean/Prinicipal 
All India Institute of Physical 
Medicine & Rehabilitation, 
Haji Ali Park, K. Khadye Marg, 
Mahalazmi, Mumbai-400034. 
Dr. B. D Athani 
(O) 022-23528834 
Email aiipmr@vsnl.com
Fax 022-23532737 mob 09867721199 
MH15 
Dean 
Tata Memorial Centre, 
Dr. E Borges Marg, Parel, 
Mumbai-400012. (Maharashtra) 
Prof. Kailash S. Sharma 
(O) 022-24177000 mob 09821161087 
Email rashmikailashsharma@yahoo.co.in
MH16 
Dean 
Government Medical College 
Latur - 413512 (Maharashtra) 
Dr. Satish G. Deshpande, Tel 02382-249696, Email. 
Dean_gmchl@rediffmail.com, 
satdespande@rediffmail.com, Fax 02382-253017, 
249292 
MH17 
Dean 
ESP-PGIMSR 
Andheri (E), Mumbai-400093 
(Maharashtra) 
Dr. Meenakshi Mathur 
(O) 022-28327694/28256752 
Mob 9769931690 email drmmathur@hotmail.com
fax 022-28256752 
MH18
ESI-PGIMSR Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital, 
Dr. S.S. Rao Road, 
Parel, Mumbai – 400 012 
Dr. Nilima Kshiragar 
(O) 022-24137173 mob 09821036616 email 
deanmgmh@gmail.com fax 022-24137173 
ML01 
Dean 
NEIGRIHMS, 
Director’s Block, Mawdiangdiang, 
Shillong-793018 (Meghalaya) 
Prof. A Santa Singh 
(O) 0364-2538029 mob 09436994816 email 
drsanta@rediffmail.com fax 0364-2538029 
MN01 
Director 
Regional Institute of Medical College, 
Lamphelpat, Imphal-795004. (Manipur) 
Dr. Prof. S. Sekharjit Singh 
(O) 0385-2411484 
Email director@rims.edu.in
Fax 0385-2414625 
MP01 
Dean 
Gandhi Medical College, 
Royal Market, Bhopal-462001. (M.P) 
Dr. Nirbhay srivastava 
(O) 0755-2540590 M-0930123849 
Email-deangmc-bpl@yahoo.co.in fax 0755-2451376 
MP02 
Dean 
Gajra Raja Medical College, 
Katora Tal Road, Gwalior-474009 (M.P) 
Dr.Mrs Amrita Mehrotra (O) 0751-2403400 
Email grmcgwa@sancharnet.in fax 0751-2403403 
mob. 09826256065 
MP03 
Dean 
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College, 
A B Road, Indore – 452017 (M.P) 
Dr. P. Verma 
(O) 0731-252738-2527679 
Fax-0731-2514628 
MP04 
Dean 
Netaji Shubhas Chandra Bose Medical College, 
Jablpur-482003. (Madhya Pradesh) 
Dr. S khare 
(O) 0761-2370951 mob. 09425324140 
Email nscbmcjb@gmail.com
Fax 0761-2673973 
MP05 
Dean 
S.S. Medical College, 
Rewa -486001. (Madhya Pradesh) 
Dr. S. S Kuswha 
(O) 07662-241655 mob. 09425363499 
Email drs.s.kuswha@hotmail.com
Fax 07662-251167 
OR01 
Dean/Principal 
M.K.C.G. Medical College, 
Berhampur , 760004 (Orissa) 
Prof. Sonamali Bag, (O) 0680-2292746, mob-
09437011746, email 
prin_mkcgmcberhampur@yahoo.com, fax 0680-
2292809, 2292752 OR02 
Dean/Principal 
SCB Medical College, 
Cuttack -753007 (Orissa) 
Prof. Dr. D.N. Mohrana, (O) 0671-2414355, mob- 
09437228479, email scbmcctc@gmail.com, fax 
0671-2416913 
OR03 
Principal 
VSS Medical College, 
Burla, Sambalpur-768017. (Orissa) 
Prof. Dr. Santosh Kumar Bahera, (O) 0663-2430768, 
mob 09437055422, email 
vssmcburlaorissa@gmail.com, fax – 0663-2430768 
PB01 
Principal 
Govt. Medical College, 
PATIALA - 147001 (PUNJAB) 
Dr. K.D. Singh, (O) 0175-2212018, fax-0175-
2212055 
PB02 
Principal 
Govt. Medical College, 
Grand Trunk Road, 
Amritsar -143001. 
Dr. S.S. Shargill, (O) 0183-2426918, fax-
01832426506 
PB03 
Principal 
Guru Gobind Singh Medical College, 
Faridkot-151203 (Punjab) 
Dr. G.C. Ahir, (O) 01639-251111, mob- 
09814181672, email ggs.pr.ggsmc@yahoo.com, fax 
-01639-251070 
PB-04 
Nataji Subhas National Institute of Sport 
Motibagh, Patiala-147001 
Punjab 
Dr. L. S. Ranawat 
(O) 0175-2212070 email edsainsnis@gmail.com fax 
0175-2212070 
RJ01 
Principal 
Dr. S.N. Medical College, 
Shastri Nagar, Jodhpur -342001(Rajasthan) 
Dr. R. K. Aseri 
(O) 0291-2431987-2434374 
Mob. 09413353230 fax 0291-2434376 
RJ02 
Principal 
Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College, 
Ajmer-305001(Rajasthan) 
Dr. P.S. Nirwan 
(O) 0145-2431842 mob. 09828104503 
Email medicalcollegeajmer@yahoo.co.in
Fax 0145-2431842 
RJ03 
Principal 
SMS Medical College, 
JLN Marg, Jaipur – 302004 (Rajasthan) 
Dr. Subhash Nepalia 
(O) 0141-2619020 mob. 09829062021 
Email principalsmsmc@yahoo.co.in fax 0141-
2619171 
RJ04 
Principal 
Sardar Patel Medical College, 
Bikaner -334003 (Rajasthan) 
Dr. R. B. Panwar 
(O) 0151-2226300 
Mob. 09414186305 email 
principal_spmc@live.com fax 0151-2226301 
RJ05 
Principal 
RNT Medical College, 
Near Court Chauraha, 
Udaipur-313001. (Rajasthan) 
Dr. S. K. Kaushik 
(O) 0294-2418258 mob. 094194158432 
Email rnt_mcudr62@rediffmail.com
Fax 0294-2418258 
RJ06 
Principal 
Govt. Medical College, 
Rangabri Road, Kota-240009 (Rajasthan) 
Dr. Dr. P. Jain 
(O) 0744-2470674 
Email principalmck@gmail.com, 
principalpmck@yahoo.co.in fax 0744-2471157 
TN01 
Dean 
Coimbatore Medical College, 
Avinashi Road, 
Coimbatore – 641014. (Tamil Nadu) 
Dr. R.Vimala, (O) 0422-2574375, email 
deancmccbe@gmail.com, fax 0422-2574377 TN02 
Dean 
Kilpauk Medical College, 
Poonamallee High Road, 
Chennai – 600010. (Tamil Nadu) 
Dr. S. Geetha Laxmi 
(O) 044-26431927 mob 09840316050 
Email dean@gamc.in fax 044-264031930 
TN03 
Dean 
Madras Medial College, 
Park Town, Chennai –600003. (Tamil 
Nadu) 
 Dr. V. Kanagasavah 
(O) 25305301 fax 25363970 
Email mmc@tn.gov.in
TN04 
Dean 
Madurai Medical College, 
Panagal Road, Madurai -625020 (Tamil Nadu) 
Dr. A. Adwin joe 
(O) 0452-2532535 mob. 09443378182 
Email maduraimedicalcollege@ymail.com
Fax 0452-2526028 
TN05 
Dean, 
Stanley Medical College, 
OSH Road, Chennai-600001. (Tamil Nadu) 
Dr. R. Savli 
(O) 044-25281346 fax 044-25283173 
TN06 
Dena 
Thanjavur Medical College, 
Thanjavur- 613004. (Tamil Nadu) 
Dr. T. B Umadevi 
(O) 04362-240124,240022 
Fax 04362-240854 
TN07 
Dean 
Tirunelveli Medical College, 
Tirunelveli – 627011 (Tamil Nadu) 
Dr. M. Manoharan 
(O) 044-2572944 email tvmc-tnl@yahoo.com fax 
044-2572944 
TN08 
Dean 
Govt. M.K Medical College, 
Salem- 636030. (Tamil Nadu) 
Dr. V. Eleangovan 
(O) 0427-2385513 mob 08870670170 
Email 0427-elangovanrv@gmail.com fax 0427-
2383193 
TN09 
Dean 
Chengalpattu Medical College, 
Chengalpattu -603001. (Tamil Nadu) 
Dr. P. Ramkamarishnan 
Ph. No. 044-27426566 
Tel Fax No. 044-27426566 
Mob. 09444222079 
Email chemdean006@gmail.com 
TN10 
Dean 
K.A.P. Viswanatham Govt. Medical College, 
Collector Office Road, 
Tiruchirappalli-620 001(Tamil Nadu) 
Prof. A. Karithkeyen 
(O) 0431-2401011 
Mob 09443156866 fax 0431-2411013 
TN12 
Dean 
ESI-PGIMSR 
E.S.I. Corporation, K.K. Nagar 
Chennai-78. 
Dr. Drikumari Damodaram 
(O) 044-24742825 mob 09841076231 
Email deanesipgimsr@gmail.com
Fax 044-24742825 
TR01 
Agartala Government Medical College, Health & 
Family Welfare Department, 
Government of Tripura, AGARTALA (TRIPURA)-
799006. 
Dr. (Col.) Tapan kumar Bhatacharyya 
(O) 0381-2357130 mob 0897405707 
Email. agmc@rediffmail.com fax 0381-2356701 
UP01 
Director 
Institute of Medical Sciences, 
Varanasi – 221005 (Uttar Pradesh) 
Dr. T. M. Mohpatra 
(O) 0542-2367568/ 
Email directorrims@gmail.com
Fax 0542-2367568 mob 09450530467 
UP02 
Dean/Principal 
B.R.D. Medical College, 
Gorakhpur-273013. (Uttar Pradesh) 
Prof. R. K. Singh, Tel. 0551-2501736, Mob-
9450134595, Email. info@brdmc.org, Fax 0551-
2501736. UP03 
Principal/Dean 
G.S.V.M Medical College, 
Swaroop Nagar, 
Kanpur-208002. (Uttar Pradesh) 
Dr. Anand Swarup, Tel. 0512-2535483, 0512-
2535881, Mobile No. 8400331000, Email 
gsvm_knp@yahoo.co.in Fax 0512-2535881 
UP04 
Dean 
Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, 
Aligarh -202002. (Uttar Pradesh) 
Prof. M.H. Beg 
(O) 0571-2721214 mob 09760264780 email 
dean.medi@mail.amu.ac.in fax 0571-2720030 
UP05 
Principal/Dean 
C S Ji Maharaj Medical University, 
Chowk, Luckonw-226003. (Uttar Pradesh) 
Prof. J.V. Singh, Tel. 0522-2258293, Mobile 
9335299804/9450771803, Fax 0522-2257539 
UP06 
Principal 
LLRM Medical College, 
Meerut -250102 (Uttar Pradesh) 
Dr. K.K. Gupta, Tel 0121-2760888, Fax 0121-
2760888 
UP07 
Principal 
Maharani Laxmi Bai Medical College, 
Jhansi-284001. (Uttar Pradesh) 
Dr. Ganesh Kumar, Tel 0510-2321610, 2320858 Fax 
0510-2321610 
UP08 
Principal 
Moti Lal Nehru Medical College, 
Lowther Road, Near Company Bag, 
Allahabad -211001. (Uttar Pradesh) 
Dr. S. P. Singh, Tel 0532-2256507, Fax 0532-
2256507. 
UP09 
Principal 
S.N Medical College, 
Mahatma Gandhi Road, 
Agra -282002. (Uttar Pradesh) 
Prof. N. C. Prajapati, Tel No.-0562-2260353, Email 
densnmc@yahoo.com, Fax 0562-2260965 
UP10
Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduae Institute of Medical 
Sciences 
Raebareli Road, Lucknow-226014 
UP 
Prof. R. K. Sharma, Tel. 2668112(O) 
Director@sgpgi.ac.in, Fax 0522-2668129/2668017 
UP11 
U.P. Rural Institute of Medical Sciences & 
Research, Etwah -206 301, Uttar Pradesh 
Dr. (Maj.Gen.) P. Rao, Tel. 05688-276563(O), 
276569(O&F), Email pruthwirajrao@gmail.com 
UP12 
Regional Institute of Ophthalmology 
Sitapur Eye Hospital 
Sitapur- 261001, UP 
Prof. M. K. Mehra, Tel. 05062-242884, Fax 05062-
242756 
UP13 
Institute of Mental Health and Hospital (IMHT), 
Mathura Road, Agra-282002, U.P. 
Prof. Sudhir Kumar, Tel. 0562-2602650, Email 
imhh.agra@gmail.com, Fax 0562-2602649 
UK01 
Govt. Medical College, 
Rampur Road, Haldwani, 
Nainital - 263129, Uttarakhand 
Prof. NS Jyala 
(O) 05946-282824-255255-255926 
Mob. 09997533664 email 
principal.gmchld@rediffmail.com fax 05946-
282578 
WB01 
Director 
Institute of Post Graduate Medical 
Education & Research, 
244, A.J.C. Bose Road, 
Kolkata-700020 (West Bengal) 
Prof. Pradip Kumar Mitra, Tel. 033-22235181, Email 
dir ipgmer@wbhealth.gov.in, Fax 033-23575899, 
23577907 
WB02 
Principal 
Burdwan Medical College, 
Burdwan-713104 (West Bengal) 
Prof. Sarit Kumar Chaudhuri, Tel. 0342-
2658641/42/46, Email 
principal@burdwanmedicalcollege.info Fax 0342-
2658636 WB04 
Director 
Institute of Child Health 
11 Dr. Biresh Guha Street, 
Kolkata-700017 (West Bengal) 
Dr. Apurba Ghosh, Tel 22905686, 
apurbaghosh@yahoo.com, Fax 2290-5686 
WB05 
Principal 
Medical College, 
88, College Street, 
Kolkata -700073. (West Bengal) 
Prof. Utpal Kumar Datta, Tel (033-2241-4920/2555-
1633, drutpaldatta@yahoo.com, 033-2241-3929 
WB06 
Principal 
North Bengal Medical College, 
P.O. Sushrutanagar-734012, Siliguri, 
Dist. Darjeeling, (West Bengal) 
Prof. Anup Roy, Pin-734012, Tel No. 0353-
2585478, Email nbmc_slg@yahoo.com, Fax 0353-
2585478 
WB07 
Principal 
R.G. Kar Medical College, 
1, Kshudiram Bose Sarani, 
Kolkata -700004. (West Bengal) 
Prof. (Dr) Parthajit Banerjee, Kolkata-700004, Tel 
25557675, (ext) 1009, Email prinrgkar@wbhealth.gov.in, Fax 033-2555-8618 
WB08 
Dean 
School of Tropical Medicine, 
Chittaranjan Avenue, 
Kolkata-700073. (West Bengal) 
Prof. Krishnangshu Ray (Director), Tel 22414915 
WB09 
Principal 
Calcutta National Medical College, 
Gora Chand Road, 
Kolkata-700014. (West Bengal) 
Dr. (Prof.) Rabindra Nath Chattopadhyay, Tel (033-
2284-3582). Email Prin-CNMC@wbhealth.gov.in, 
Fax (033-2357-5899. 
WB10 
Principal 
Nil Ratam Sircar Medical College, 
138, A.J.C. Bose Road, 
Kolkata-700014. (West Bengal) 
Prof. Dr. Pradip Kumar Ghosh, Tel 033-22653333, 
Email Princpal_42@dataone.in, Fax 033-22658179. 
WB11 
Principal/Dean 
Bankura Sammilani Medical College, 
Bankura 722102, (West Bengal). 
Dr. Prof. Manoj Choudhuri, Tel 03242251324, 
03242244700, email bsmc_xsa@yahoo.com. Fax 
03242-250929 
WB12 
Director 
All India Institute of Hygiene 
& Public Health, 
110, Chittaranjan Avenue, 
Kolkata -700073. (West Bengal). 
Dr. G. K. Pandey 
(O) 033-2413954/5747 mob 09330511592 
Fax 
WB13
Chittaranjan Seva Sadan Sishu Sadan College of 
OBSET, Gynecology & Child Health, 37, S.P. 
Mukherjee Road, Kolkata 700026 
Prof. Mala Bhattacharya, Tel 033-24751021, Email 
malab_700029@yahoo.com, Fax 033-24754584 
WB-14
ESI-PGIMSR ESI Hospital & ODC (EZ) 
Diamond Harbour Road, 
Joka, Kolkatta, 700107 
Prof. Sudeb Mondal 
(O) 033-24381176 mob. 09433397175 
Email deanpgi-joka.wb@esic.nic.in
Fax 033-24381176 
WB-15
Dr. B.C. Roy Post Graduate Institute & Padiatric 
Sciences 
111 Narkeldanga Main Road, 
Kolkatta - 54 
Prof. Dr. Mrinal Kanti Chartterjee, Mobile 
9432122080, Email Dr. b.c.roy 
p.g.i.p.s.@gmail.com, Fax 033-23629740