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Stanley Medical College, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu


Stanley Medical College, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu
Address: Plot / Street / Area
OSH Road
Chennai (Madras) (District Chennai (Madras))
Tamil Nadu, India
Pin Code : 600001

Stanley Medical College, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu is a recognised institute / college. Status: Government.
Principal of Stanley Medical College, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu is Dr. R. Savli.

Stanley Medical College is situated in Chennai (Madras) of Tamil Nadu state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Chennai (Madras) comes under Chennai (Madras) Tehsil, Chennai (Madras) District.

Fax # of Stanley Medical College, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu is 044-25288384, 25283173.

email ID(s) is Stanley Medical College Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu

Website of Stanley Medical College, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu is http://www.stanmed.net/, http://www.stanleymedicinecollegemedicine.org/.

Contact Details of Stanley Medical College, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu are : Telephone: +91-44-25240900, 25261351, 25281351, 25261346, 25281345 to 49, 25280900, 25281347/48, 25281346


Stanley Medical College, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu runs course(s) in Medical stream(s).
Diploma in Anesthesia
Diploma in Child Health
Diploma in Clinical Pathology
Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Diploma in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
DM - Gastroenterology
DM - Nephrology
M.Ch - Plastic Surgery
M.Ch - Surgical Gastroenterology
M.Ch - Urology/Genito-Urinary Surgery
MD - Anaesthesiology
MD - Bio-Chemistry
MD - General Medicine
MD - Microbiology
MD - Physiology
MD - Psychiatry
MS - General Surgery
MS - Ophthalmology

New hostel for Stanley medical college students ready (News)

Grief Stricken of Dr Dharani Srinivas etc (Bhog etc)

Medicos may have used mobiles to cheat (News)

Media coverage of Stanley Medical College, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu, Tamil Nadu

Senior doc donates salary to thane-hit

Senior gastroenterologist Dr. Surendran, who recently resigned from Stanley Medical College Hospital citing bureaucratic hurdles, has said he had not received any salary for the last two years from the government while being on extension and that he wished to donate the money for relief work for people hit by Cyclone Thane.

The doctor, who headed the department of surgical gastroenterology at the hospital, was also the principal investigator for the stemcell project funded by the Indian Council of Medical Research.

Though Dr. Surendrans extension period ends only in 2013 he submitted his resignation on Tuesday.

For the past two years, I have not received my salary and neither have I kept a count of how much it is. Instead of just letting it go, I decided to claim it and donate it to Cyclone Thane relief works, he said.

Medicos take cue from Vasool Raja to cheat in exam

Taking a cue from Kamal Haasans hi-tech cheat technique in hit flick Vasool Raja MBBS, nine medicos of Stanley medical college allegedly sneaked in mobile phones and hands-free headsets into the examination hall.

A past student was allegedly feeding the students the answers via mobile from the hostel room, during the examinations last month.

We have received a complaint that nine students tried to cheat during the exams held in the first week of February. We have formed a committee to investigate the matter, Dr MGR medical university vice-chancellor, Dr Mayil Vahanan Natarajan, told this newspaper.

No relief for Vasool Raja MBBS student

CHENNAI: The Madras High Court has refused to come to the rescue of a final year MBBS student, who is said to have followed Vasool Raja MBBS style in indulging in exam malpractices. The writ petition from S Arif Mohammed, which prayed for a direction to the authorities to publish his final year results, was rejected by Justice K Chandru.

Earlier, TN Dr MGR Medical Universitys counsel Narmadha Sampath submitted that the student appeared for the final year MBBS Part II exam in February 2012.

However, when he wrote the exam in the centre at Stanley Medical College, the authorities received an anonymous call informing them that the students of final MBBS Part II were indulging in copying through mobile phones and blue tooth accessories inside the hall with hi-tech devices.

Thereafter, a student from the Stanley medical college submitted the list containing the names of 10 students who indulged in copying, which included the name of the petitioner. The student also handed over the materials used for copying. Complaints were also received from the said candidate who submitted the materials used for copying through e-mail.

The university immediately convened a meeting of the examin disciplinary committee for conducting a probe. Explanation was also called for from the Dean of the Stanley medical college. Since hi-tech devices were used, the university has also approached the Cyber Crime police.� The Cyber Crime police were also conducting further investigation. In view of all these prima facie materials and the information received, the results of 10 candidates including the petitioner were withheld. In respect of other candidates, the results were published.

Subsequently, to prevent malpractice in theory exams, the university has given directions to the examiners to fix mobile phone jammers and� scan the candidates with metal detectors before entering the examination halls, Nirmala added.

In the light of the stand taken by the university, the prayer in the petition cannot be countenanced by this court, the judge said and dismissed the petition.s

State medical university bars 8 students for 3 semesters from exams for cheating

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadus apex medical university has debarred eight final year MBBS students of the government-run Stanley Medical College for three semesters for cheating in exams.

This is the first time such a large number of students has been debarred from medical exams for malpractice in one stroke in the state.

Medicos may have used mobiles to cheat: Cops

CHENNAI: The cyber crime wing of Chennai police suspect there could have been malpractice in the final year MBBS examination held in February at the Stanley Medical College. The police have told the medical university they found that unusually long calls were made to mobile numbers the candidates suspected to have used during the exam to cheat.

The Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University had withheld results of nine students and lodged a complaint with cyber crime in March after they received complaints from two final year students that nine of their classmates cheated during the exam. The students gave their names and roll numbers. A faculty member also supported the letter. Police have given us an interim report that suggests there could have been malpractice. We are now waiting for the final report, said university vice-chancellor Dr Mayil Vahanan Natarajan.

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