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Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh


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Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
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Royal Market
Bhopal (District Bhopal)
Madhya Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 462001


Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Government College. Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh was established on / in 1955.


Principal of Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is Dr. Nirbhay srivastava.

Gandhi Medical College is situated in Bhopal of Madhya Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bhopal comes under Bhopal Tehsil, Bhopal District.

Fax # of Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh is 0755-2541376.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are 0930123849.

email ID(s) is Gandhi Medical College Bhopal Madhya Pradesh


Contact Details of Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh are : Telephone: +91-755-2540590

Dr. Rashmi Dwivedi (Invitee), Professor & Head, Department of Pediatrics



Courses

Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh runs course(s) in Medical, Diploma stream(s).
MBBS: Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology, PSM, C. Medicine, F. Medicine, Medicine, Gynecology, Pediatrics, Anesthesia. ENT. Anatomy, Bio-Chemistry, Ophthalmology, Micro-biology Anatomy, Surgery, Ophthalmology, Pediatrics, ENT.

MS Radio Diagnosis, Radiotherapy, Pediatrics, Anesthesia, Obst. Gynecology, Medicine

MD: F Medicine, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, ENT, DLO, D.A. Anesthesia, D.C.P.Pathology

M.Sc.(F) Medical Bio-Chemistry (10 Seats)
MCH: Pediatrics

Diplomas: DGO-Gynecology, DOMS Ophthalmology D. Orthopedics, DHRD, Radio Diagnosis, DCH Pediatrics Diploma in clinical biochemistry(25sets) Diploma in Allo. Compounder(30seats) Diploma in Medical Lab Technology (35seats) Diploma in Optometric Refractionist (15 seats) Diploma in optometric Contact Lens(15seats) Diploma in paramedical Ophthalmic Asst.(15seats) P.G. Diploma in Perfusion technology (15seats) Diploma in Anesthesia Technician (15seats) Diploma in X-Ray Technician (20seats) Diploma in Human Nutrition (15 seats) Diploma in Cath. Lab Technician(15seats)
Diploma in Anesthesia
Diploma in Child Health
Diploma in Clinical Pathology
Diploma in Forensic Medicine
Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Diploma in Ophthalmology
Diploma in Orthopaedics
Diploma in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
Diploma in Radio-Diagnosis
M.Ch - Paediatric Surgery
MD - Anaesthesiology
MD - Forensic Medicine
MD - General Medicine
MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
MD - Paediatrics
MD - Pathology
MD - Pharmacology
MD - Physiology
MD - Radiology
MD - Radiothrapy
MD - Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine
MS - Anatomy
MS - ENT
MS - General Surgery
MS - Obstetrics and Gynaechology
MS - Ophthalmology
MS - Orthopaedics

Approval details: Gandhi Medical College is affiliated with Barkatullah University, Bhopal

Profile of Gandhi Medical College

Subject
Seat - 150
Anatomy-01, Surgery-12, ENT-03,
Ophthalmology-07, Orthopedics-05
Medicine-04, Pediatrics-07, Pathology-04,
Pharmacology-02, PSM-02, Obs and Gyne-
07, Anesthesia-08, Radio Diagnosis-02, F.
Medicine- 03 Phsychology-01
Radio Therephy-04 (2013-14)
Medical Bio-Chemistry - 10
Pediatrics- 01
D.A. Anesthesia-09, DCH-05, DGO-
Pathology-09, DLO-04, DCP-02, D.
Orthopedics-04, DMRD-04, DOMS-04
Clinical Biochemistry - 15, Medical Lab
Technisian (D.M.L.T.)- 35, Paramedical
Optometric Asst - 15, X-Ray Technician - 15,
Dailiasis Technician- 15, P.G. Diploma in
Perfusion technology - 50

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Media coverage of Gandhi Medical College, Bhopal Madhya Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh

Health services paralysed as junior doctors go on strike

Bhopal: Health services in the city were paralysed on Monday with several patients left unattended at the Hamidia and Sultania Hospitals as junior doctors at the Gandhi Medical College went on strike. The doctors are demanding the arrest of a patients kin over a spat with a colleague.

Noticeably, this is the fourth strike by the medical college junior doctors in the last two years.
The government is, however, following a wait-and-watch policy with Health Minister Mahendra Hardia saying any action will be taken after reviwing the entire episode that led to the strike on Tuesday.The medical college authorities, on the other hand, have asked all junior doctors to return to work latest by 12 pm Tuesday Meanwhile, senior and retired doctors have expressed their surprise at the strike saying it was uncalled for.

Dr. DK Verma, retired superintendent, Hamidia hospital, said junior doctors should register their complaints with the college dean instead of going on strike.

Health services paralysed as junior doctors go on strike

Bhopal: Health services in the city were paralysed on Monday with several patients left unattended at the Hamidia and Sultania Hospitals as junior doctors at the Gandhi Medical College went on strike. The doctors are demanding the arrest of a patients kin over a spat with a colleague.

Noticeably, this is the fourth strike by the medical college junior doctors in the last two years.
The government is, however, following a wait-and-watch policy with Health Minister Mahendra Hardia saying any action will be taken after reviwing the entire episode that led to the strike on Tuesday.
The medical college authorities, on the other hand, have asked all junior doctors to return to work latest by 12 pm Tuesday

Meanwhile, senior and retired doctors have expressed their surprise at the strike saying it was uncalled for.
Dr. DK Verma, retired superintendent, Hamidia hospital, said junior doctors should register their complaints with the college dean instead of going on strike.

Thieves sneak into girls hostel, steal items worth R 1 lakh

Bhopal: Some thieves allegedly entered the girls hostel of Gandhi Medical College in the city and walked away with cash and items worth Rs 1 lakh on Wednesday.Police said that the thieves entered three rooms of the girls hostel of GMC through a bathroom window.They could not pick up any item for stealing from one room; however, they accumulated a number of valuable items and managed to escape with stolen items worth Rs 1 lakh, it said.Kirti Brar, 21, an MBBS junior final student, went to her seniors room after locking her room. When she came back the next morning she found the window of her A Block hostel room number broken.Kirti told police that her gold chain, rings, tops and one silver-necklace were missing. The stolen items are worth Rs 70,000, she informed police.

The thieves also entered room number 49 of the hostel and walked away with Rs 10.000 cash, three cameras. However, they could not manage to steal from room number 53 of the hostel.

With second counselling session over, SC/ST candidates to be

Bhopal: The second session of Pre PG counselling for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe categories was completed in the Gandhi Medical College on Saturday. The educational certificates and other documents were scrutinised during the session and the students will now be allotted seats today.Dr N M Shrivastava, Joint Director of Medical Education Directorate, said that the scrutiny of candidates belonging to Other Backward Castes (OBC) will also begin from Sunday. He said that after the counselling of students from the all-India quota was over, 60 seats in government colleges were still vacant.

The allotment of seats will be done before the scrutiny of OBC candidates, as per reservation rules. The counselling will continue till June 29

Two years on, Hamidia still waits for transformation into a super-speciality hospital

Bhopal: The Hamidia Hospitals proverbial wait for a super-speciality tag doesnt seem to be coming to an end anytime soon. This despite the fact that Hamidia, affiliated to the Gandhi Medical College, had received the government nod for a transformation into a super-speciality hospital some two years ago.In 2009, the Madhya Pradesh government approved the upgradation of the Cardiac Science Centre and the setting up of an abdominal disease department in the Hamidia Hospital. Two world-class operation theaters were also to come up at the hospital. The government had given to the hospital a grant of more than Rs-6.5-crore for the purpose.However, the operation theatres are yet to be constructed. An abdominal disease department was constituted with Dr. RK Jain at its helm but the unit still awaits the purchase of medical equipment.Moreover, half the machines at the cardiology, abdominal disease, radio diagnosis and the ear, nose and throat department are out of order.

Nurses end strike as govt accepts major demands

Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh Nurses Association ended their three-day-long strike on late Saturday and returned to work bringing immediate relief from the prevalent chaos in hospitals. The government has accepted three of their seven demands including implementing the recommendations of the 6th Pay Commission. A delegation representing the nurses association met the Chief Minister in Gwalior who assured them of looking into all their demands The president of the Madhya Pradesh Nurses Association Rekha Parmar confirmed that the strike has been taken back.The nurses of the Gandhi Medical College also plan to lodge complaint against police excesses with the womans commission and the human rights commission. They say that the police used force against them during their strike on February 3. The nurses also said that male cops were deployed to arrest them instead of female police force.

The president of the Madhya Pradesh Nurses Association Manju Meshram said that while they were jail, they were pressurised to take back their strike.

Miffed with delay in counselling, Pre-PG candidates raise storm in medical college

Bhopal: The Gandhi Medical College (GMC) here witnessed uproarious scenes on Monday, as Pre-PG candidates, upset with delay in the counselling and scrutiny process, resorted to sloganeering against the government.As many as 80 working candidates had come to the GMC for the counselling, organised by Medical Education Department, for post-graduate programmes in government medical colleges.However, the counselling could not begin as late as 7 pm as the Medical Education Department did not receive the merit list of employed candidates from the Public Health and Family Welfare Department. Notably, 38 seats in degree courses and 24 seats in diploma courses are reserved for candidates employed in any of the five government medical colleges in the state.

Speaking to Dainik Bhaskar, Pre-PG counselling in-charge Dr. NM Srivastava said 80 working candidates had qualified for the Pre-PG counselling.

The merit list of these candidates is prepared according to the services that they render at rural hospitals; a doctor who has served in a rural area for a year gets 5 marks. The Public Health and Family Welfare Department has not sent the merit list to us, which is why the counselling could not begin, he said.
Once the merit list is received, a scrutiny of the candidates will take place. Seats will be allocated Tuesday afternoon, Srivastava added.

34 Munna bhai found in Gandhi Medical College

Bhopal: A case of 34 students with suspected credentials was reported during a meeting at the Directorate of Health Services on Friday. These students have used different photographs in their 2009 MP PMT form (Madhya Pradesh Pre Medical Test) and counselling form.All the students have been issued notices and given a chance to defend themselves.Joint Director of Health Education N M Shrivastava informed that the admission form photographs of 34 students who have joined the institute for MBBS do not match with the photograph they used in their PMT form.

The photographs have been tested by experts who have corroborated that the photographs do not tally.

Patwari held for issuing fake caste certificates

Bhopal: MP Nagar Police has arrested a Patwari for allegedly issuing fake caste certificates to students to help them get admission in MBBS. The Patwari is accused of selling fake caste certificates to students for lakhs of rupees in 2009.The two students, who took admission in Gandhi Medical College with the fake caste certificates, are absconding.According to MP Nagar Police, the case of fake caste certificate was registered in 2009 on a complaint filed by one Pankaj Singh.It was learnt during the investigations that Rajkumar Niranjan, a resident of Ayodhya Nagar, provided the fake caste certificates to the students, police said.Rajkumar is accused of issuing fake OBC certificates to his two nephews, Deepu alias Amar Singh and Ajit Singh, residents of Kanpur, in 2004-05. The two brothers managed to get admission in using OBC quota. Police said that the accused Patwari has provided fake certificates to at least 12 students as of now and has earned lakhs of rupees.


Rs 1000 crore to be spent on major overhaul of GMC

Bhopal: All students studying at the Gandhi Medical College (GMC) will soon be get insurance policies worth Rs 2 lakh. A master plan for the expansion of the medical college as well as of Hamidia Hospital will be prepared. Apart from this, a policy to regulate the visiting hours of the hospital will be formulated in order to upgrade the security.The decision regarding these policies was taken in the general body meeting of the hospital held on Monday. About Rs 1000 crore will be spent to implement these decisions.Dr Nirbhay Shrivastava, the dean of the college, said that the decision to insure the students was taken after the death of two students in an accident in August last year. Rs 24 crore was granted for the financial year 2011-12 in the meeting. The amount will be spent on buying medicines, equipments, ambulances, garbage disposal etc.

Minister of State for Medical Education Mahendra Hardia, Bhopal Commissioner Manoj Shrivastava, Member of Parliament Kailash Joshi, and other high officials were present in the meeting.

Campion alumni take trip down memory lane

MORE THAN 80 ex-students – all belonging to the first three batches of Campion School Bhopal – gathered here on Thursday for a two-day reunion. They have come from all around the country – with some arriving from foreign countries too. The first three batches from 1969 to 1971 had about 110 students who were shifted from St Josephs Convent School, Idgah Hills in 1969 when that school was converted into an all girls institution.

The ex-students – many along with their families – met at about noon at the Wind and Waves restaurant at the Upper Lake here. Old pals embraced each other with gusto and exchanged pleasantries before getting on to cracking jokes with each other like good old times.People from varied walks of life – including doctors, engineers, defence personnel, lawyers and others – seemed to have forgotten all their professional commitments and thoroughly enjoyed the company of old time friends after many years.

The Schools first captain from the 1969 batch Mohan Gidwani who is now a Commodore in the Indian Navy said he was nostalgic meeting his classmates. Son of a late police official, Commodore Gidwani lived at Civil Lines locality in those days.

He was commissioned in the navy in 1977 and is presently posted in Mumbai in the Judge Advocate General (JAG) Branch. Bhopal has improved tremendously with wider and better roads and other amenities, he told.Another ex-student Dr Gautam Ganguly – a paediatric surgeon practicing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – expressed similar feelings. A student of the 1970 batch, Dr Ganguly did his MBBS from the Gandhi Medical College (GMC) Bhopal before acquiring advanced degrees in paediatric surgery. Bhopal has undoubtedly improved as a city over the years but the big-city woes like parking problems, traffic congestions and pollution have also gone up, he said.

Son of late yoga guru from Bhopal Krishna Mohan Ganguly, Dr Ganguly works as consultant surgeon in the Damai (Peace) Hospital in Kuala Lumpur. Dr Gangulys wife Dr Rakhi Ganguly – an MD Medicine - is also practicing in the University Hospital there.

Ex-student from 1970 batch Dilip Rao now owns an online payment company, Paymate.com, in Down Under Australia. Having settled in Sydney along with his family some years ago, Rao has been globetrotting since the early 80s.
An alumnus of the prestigious Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Ahmedabad and Indian Institute of Science (IIS), Bangalore, Rao has business operations in Australia and New Zealand at present. I would definitely like to start some business in India too and am looking at the prospects of setting up a mobile payment company here, he said.
Pramod Agrawal – who had the enrollment number one in the school – was also present. Besides, Colonel V P Singh (retd), Raj Panjwani, a practicing lawyer in the Supreme Court, Dr Salil Kumar, Bhopal based ophthalmologist, journalist Pervez Jamal Bari, Rakesh Nagu, Akhilesh Bhargava, Robert Anthony and a host of other ex-students were present and fully enjoyed the reunions first day.

After relishing drinks and a sumptuous spread at the restaurant, the ex-students and their families visited Van Vihar National Park. Subsequently, they went for an enjoyable sortie on the Lake Princess Cruise Vessel. The fun for the first day culminated in style with a dinner at the Green Woods Country Club.

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