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Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur, Rajasthan
Jodhpur (District Jodhpur)
Rajasthan, India



Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan is a recognised institute / college. Status: Government.

Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan was established on / in 1965.


Principal of Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan is Dr P K Gupta, Dr. R. K. Aseri.

Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan is situated in Jodhpur of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Jodhpur comes under Jodhpur Tehsil, Jodhpur District.

Fax # of Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan is 0291-2434376, 2431987.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan is (are) : 0291-752897, 752333.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan are 09413353230.

email ID(s) is Dr SN Medical College Jodhpur Rajasthan


Contact Details of Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan are : Telephone: +91-291-431987, 2434374


Courses

MBBS
MD - Anaesthesiology
MD - Dermatology
MD - General Medicine
MD - Physiology
MD - Radio Diagnosis
MD - Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine
MD - Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases
MS - ENT
MS - General Surgery
MS - Obstetrics and Gynaechology
MS - Ophthalmology
MS - Orthopaedics


Number of seats in Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan is 100.
Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan runs course(s) in Medical stream(s).

Dr SN Medical College is affiliated with Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS), Jaipur (Rajasthan)



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Supply of DC Defibrillator with monitor (Dr SN Medical College)
Tender: 6th December, 2013
Supply of DC Defibrillator with monitor
Docs strike hits med services (Dr SN Medical College)
News: 12th June, 2013
Docs strike hits med services


Media coverage of Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur Rajasthan, Rajasthan

Jodhpur erupts in support of Anna Hazare

Jodhpur: The Anna supporters have been pouring in on the streets since morning as the anti-graft crusader began his three-day fast in Mumbai on Tuesday. There were numerous protest rallies organised by the Anna supporters across the city. The supporters also joined Anna as they began their fast in the city to showcase their support.

Anna supporters staged a ‘dharna’ outside the Dr. SN Medical College in the city under the banner of India Against Corruption. According to the supporters, the fast being held in the city will progress for three-days alike Anna Hazare in Mumbai. The city witnessed numerous youth supporters protesting against the government for a strong Lokpal Bill.Another protest rally was taken out at the Paota C road in the city under the banner of Halla Bol association. The association chief, Amit Vyas, revealed that the protest is in lieu to support the Lokpal Bill proposed by Team Anna as it safeguards the interests of the common-man.

The government has cheated Anna Hazare and the people of the country by delaying the draft proposed after the fast at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi, he added.

Rajasthan doctors' strike: Senior medicos may be axed

Jodhpur: Demanding a hike in salaries and time-bound promotions, government doctors defied orders and continued their strike for the sixth day on Monday.

Dr SN Medical College, Jodhpur, had urged the striking doctors to resume their work by Sunday.

Cracking the whip on striking doctors, the hospital administration is now mulling to suspend some more striking doctors and might also axe some 40 senior resident doctors.Almost 9,000 in-service doctors are posted at all primary health centres, dispensaries and hospitals across the state have been on strike since December 21.More than 40 patients have died in the state due of absence of medical facilities.A total of 410 doctors have been arrested, most of them under the Rajasthan Essential Services Maintenance Act (RESMA), and 40 medicos have been suspended so far, sources said.The government has tried to tackle the situation for the past couple of days by engaging the service of private medical facilities in the state.

Several private hospitals have opened their doors for patients admitted in the government medical facilities.

Rajasthan doctors' strike: Army, BSF doctors take charge in Jodhpur hospitals

Jodhpur: The state-wide strike by doctors in Rajasthan has severely hampered medical services in government hospitals. The problem has been compounded by NRHM employees going on strike in support of the doctors.The situation is not much different in Jodhpur where the resident doctors of Dr S N Medical College have gone on strike. Patients were seen leaving govt hospitals as there was no medical staff to run the services. However, doctors from the army were deployed at MDM and Umaid hospitals in Jodhpur as a stop-gap arrangement on Friday.Health services, especially in rural areas, have become non-existent and government's efforts to counter the situation do not appear to be bearing much result.

Dr SN Medical College hospitals to go online

Jodhpur: Dr SN Medical College, CDEC and Raj Comp had recently signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) to bring the data of all hospitals associated with the medical college online. The companies have now begun to collect all the data.Officers working for the Project Arogya online have asked all the hospitals to provide the data that will be uploaded ion the website. Principal of the medical college D RK Aseri has issued orders to all the hospitals in this regard.A computer networking team will also arrive in the city on Monday to further work on the project. This team will also examine the geographical locations of the hospitals.

Jodhpur erupts in celebration as Anna wins, supporters to play Holi today

Jodhpur: Anna supporters in the city are celebrating peoples victory after the Parliament passed resolution on Lokpal Bill on Saturday. As Anna announced that he would end his fast at 10am on Sunday, hundreds of youths broke out in celebration outside Dr SN Medical College here.Rejoicing masses distributed sweets among supporters outside Jodhpurs Dr SN Medical College, which had become a protest ground where the supporters took turns to fast one by one in past few days. People chanted pro-Jan Lokpal slogans and burst crackers.

We will take a procession on Sunday to show our solidarity with the efforts and perseverance of Team Anna. This is a victory of Anna over corrupt politicians and officials, said Balbir Singh who is a volunteer of India Against Corruption.

After Anna ends his fast tomorrow, we will start the procession from outside Dr SN Medical College to the Gandhi Maidan and play Holi there, he added.

Bunking classes cost Jodhpur medicos dear

Jodhpur: Bunking classes cost a few first year MBBS students of the Dr S N Medical College dear as they were not allowed to attend their examination.A total of four students were not allowed to take the anatomy examination as they did not fulfill the criteria of 75 per cent attendance.

Similarly, 12 students were not allowed to appear for the physiology examination while nine were barred from taking biochemistry paper.

The step taken by the college faculty has become a major issue in the campus and the affected are making attempts to use whatever links possible to get the permission to appear in the examination.

Despite the college management also trying to intervene into the matter, the faculty seems in no mood to pardon the students.

Denied seat on train, MCI inspector fails to reach medical college

Jodhpur: The inspection proposed by MCI (Medical Council of India) could not be carried out before the beginning of the DM (Doctor of Medicine) course (cardiology department) at Dr.SN Medical College as the inspector could not reach the city.The inspector, who was assigned the task failed to secure a reserved seat for himself on the train to Jodhpur from Delhi.

The administration has decided to fix a new date for the inspection.
The most notable fact is that the cardiology department has suffered from such problems in the past as three inspectors were changed.

Life saver or death trap? Another pregnant woman dies at Umaid Hospital

Jodhpur: A 23-year-old woman died in the Umaid Hospital here on Wednesday morning following excessive bleeding after she gave birth to a girl in a normal delivery.Sarika had been admitted to the Umaid Hospital on Tuesday afternoon and delivered the baby Wednesday morning.

Alleging that Sarikas death was a result of the hospitals negligence, her angry kin beat up the hospital superintendent and a doctor and tore their clothes. They also smashed window panes and damaged furniture.Police finally arrived at the scene and pacified the agitated family.According to Sarikas husband Jaswant Singh, doctors took his wife to the operation theatre when she started bleeding profusely after the delivery.He said Sarika was operated upon for removal of the uterus, but the bleeding did not stop and she succumbed to it.

We were kept in dark during this entire process, Singh alleged.

Meanwhile, the divisional commissioner has sought a report of the incident from RK Aseri, principal of SN Medical College and a team comprising four doctors has been constituted by him to inquire into the matter.

The Umaid Hospital has gained notoriety in the past couple of months following the death of more than 17 pregnant women after the administration of contaminated IV Fluid.

(With inputs from PTI)

Soon, S N Medical College may have DM course

Jodhpur: Hopes have brightened for the launch of Doctorate of Medicine (DM) course at Dr S N Medical College.If everything moves on track, the Medical Council of India will soon release the orders for the beginning of the course in the gastroenterology department of the medical college.
A thorough study was also conducted to check the feasibility of the same, which concluded on Tuesday.MCI official Dr B R Sharma, who returned to Delhi on Tuesday after conducting the feasibility survey, expressed satisfaction over the resources at the college required for the course. This has raised the hope for the starting of the new course.

It is for the first time that a study has been conducted in the college, built in 1962, for a DM course.Similar to the gastroenterology department, such studies have also been proposed for other departments like cardiology and neurology.In case the three departments get the approval to start the course, it will result in an increase in the number of doctors, thereby benefitting the patients.

New rules at hospitals trouble for patients kin

Jodhpur: The family members of the patients at all the hospitals under Dr SN Medical College had a harrowing time after the authorities introduced new rules and systems here on Friday.

Till now, the family members of the patients in the hospitals are used to roaming free without any restriction in the hospital premises and having food inside the hospital. Now, the authorities have implemented stricter rules.
The OPD division faced a lot of problem as they OPD slips still had Rs 2 printed on them while the authorities had increased the fee to Rs 5.
Arguments between patients families and security guards could be seen throughout the day.

Even at Umaid hospital, family members could be seen eating food in the paediatrics department. According to new rules, any family member caught eating food in the hospital premises will have to pay Rs 50,000 fine.

But, for the first few days the authorities will talk to the patients and their family members and inform them about the new rules.

OPD registration ticket to cost R 5 from today

Jodhpur: From now on, OPD registration ticket will be available to the patients of Dr SN Medical College and other city hospitals only after payment of Rs 5.

The decision regarding this was taken in Medical Relief Society meeting headed by Ramesh Kumar Jain.It was decided to raise the registration fee from Rs 2 to Rs 5.

Now, many city hospitals such as Mathura Das Mathur, Mahatma Gandhi and Ummaid Hospital have decided to charge gate pass fee from the relatives of the patients.

From now on, the patients entering the hospital premises will be charged Rs 10.The authorities have also decided to issue three types of gate passes to the relatives of the patients to avoid unnecessary crowd.The government medical colleges of Jaipur and other cities have already raised the OPD ticket registration charges few months back.

50 more MBBS seats for Dr. SN Medical College?

Jodhpur: The Dr. SN Medical College administration has started preparation to convince the Medical Council of India (MCI) to give 50 more MBBS seats to the college. A team of the MCI will be visiting the college soon for an inspection.The MCI team is already in the state to conduct an extensive inspection of all the six medical colleges of Rajasthan before finalising the number of seats to be added. The team of experts from the Medical Council of India had recently visited the Sawai Mann Singh Medical College in Jaipur.
Meanwhile, a team from the Union Health Ministry visited the Dr. SN Medical College before a final decision regarding starting Para-Medical degree course in taken by it.The team visited the eye, radiology, and pathology departments on Wednesday before returning back to Delhi on Wednesday.College officials said the visiting team collected important information regarding the available equipments and facilities in the different departments before taking a final call over increasing the number of seats.

Three docs suspended for Jodhpur deaths

Jaipur: On the recommendation of the sixth investigation committee by divisional commissioner of Jodhpur, three doctors of SN Medical College have been suspended on Thursday in connection with the deaths of 16 women in Umaid Hospital due to excessive bleeding after childbirth.

The action was taken on the basis of the report submitted by the divisional commissioner of Jodhpur. They have been suspended till the investigations are pending against them on the issue, Mukesh Sharma, principal secretary of Medical Education said.

A day after the expert team of Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) gave a clean chit to the doctors of Umaid Hospital in connection with 16 deaths of women the state government suspended Dr Sumitra Boda, the head of department of gynecology in SN Medical College with two others. According to sources, Dr Boda has been suspended for her supervisory negligence while the two others, Dr Ajay Malviya and Dr Mohan Makwana, who were in-charge of the stores in Umaid and Mahatma Gandhi Hospital, have been suspended for irregularities in purchase of drugs for the hospitals.

The team from PGI Chandigarh was the fifth panel investigating the matter — four high level panels, including two from New Delhi, one from Jaipur and a local committee have already investigated the deaths of women in Jodhpur in the past three weeks.

Umaid deaths: College principal snubs BJP protestors

Jodhpur: The BJP protestors visited the office of SN Medical College principal to question him regarding the death of pregnant women in the maternity wards of Umaid hospital of the city.

The protestors had to submit a memorandum to the college principal questioning the maternal deaths. They were shocked when they saw Dr SN Medical College Principal Dr SK Aaseri was not present on his seat.

District Chairman Narender Kachwah said a prior appointment was taken before reaching his office.The memorandum contains many questions relating to the possible cause of death of pregnant women. The protestors even demanded that the administration should look into the cause of these deaths.
District Minister Jagat Narayan Joshi said, the improper medical facilities at Umaid hospital of the city is the prime cause for death of pregnant ladies.
Narayan said that Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) is going to start a drive against this.

Resident Doctors end their week-long strike

Jodhpur: The week-long strike of resident Doctors in the states government medical colleges came to an end after the suspension of Jaipur student leader Kanaram. The doctors were protesting against incident where a doctor from Jaipurs SMS Hospital was beaten up. The doctors were demanding the arrest of the accused student leader.Jodhpur Association of Resident Doctors said that the doctors of SN Medical College have resumed work after the suspension of the accused.

The strike had crippled the working of hospitals and all the medical colleges were facing an acute shortage of doctors. The government being engaged with the ongoing budget session did not pay much attention to the strike which could have been avoided had the suspension of the accused student leader taken place earlier.

Resident doctorsstrike hits medical services

Jodhpur: The resident doctors of Dr SN Medical College went on strike on Friday.Jodhpur Association of Resident Doctors president Nitin Dwvedi said, the resident doctors of all medical colleges went on strike demanding arrest of person who assualted the two doctors of Sawai Mansingh Medical college.

The information regarding this was given to the college administration.This will affect hospital services as there is need of doctors at emergency, ICU, CCU and labour room of the hospital.This has left medical services crippled.

Senior doctors were called to manage the operations of the hospitals.

The doctors have decided not to join the duty till the culprit is arrested.

Resident doctorsstrike hits medical services

Jodhpur: The resident doctors of Dr SN Medical College went on strike on Friday.Jodhpur Association of Resident Doctors president Nitin Dwvedi said, the resident doctors of all medical colleges went on strike demanding arrest of person who assualted the two doctors of Sawai Mansingh Medical college.The information regarding this was given to the college administration.

This will affect hospital services as there is need of doctors at emergency, ICU, CCU and labour room of the ospital.This has left medical services crippled.Senior doctors were called to manage the operations of the hospitals.The doctors have decided not to join the duty till the culprit is arrested.

Soon, a special healthcare unit for elderly at SN Medical College

Jodhpur: In a bid to improve healthcare facilities for the elderly, an Institute of Geriatrics (IoG) will be set up in the Dr. SN Medical College (DSNMC) here, it emerged on Monday.The DSNMC has also received a grant of Rs 2.13 crore for the project.Jodhpur will be one among the eight cities of the country where IoGs will be set up as a part of the National Program for Healthcare of Elderly (NPHE).Speaking to Dainik Bhaskar, Dr. Arvind Mathur, Head of the Department of Medicine at the DSNMC, said a new complex will be constructed for the IoG, the plan for which will be ready within the next couple of days..The IoG will enable the medical college to regularise the weekly geriatrics clinic at the MDM Hospital, Dr. Mathur said.A postgraduate program is geriatrics medicine will also be started after the IoG becomes operational, he said.The IoG will be instrumental in training doctors, paramedics and nurses from other states in the treatment of the elderly, Dr. Mathur added.Dainik Bhaskar also found that the IoG will comprise of a 30-bed ward with a separate OPD.

RMTA begins indefinite strike for better salaries

Jodhpur: The medical teachers of Dr SN Medical College staged protests on Thursday.Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association (RMTA) has initiated an indefinite strike to demand better scale of salaries.
The association has ensured that the patients are not affected due to their strike. RMTA President SS Rathore said two doctors will take leave every day to carry on the strike – in a bid to ensure that patients are not affected – starting from Thursday.

Contract nurses demand rise in salary

Jodhpur: Nursing employees in Dr SN Medical College protested discrepancies in their salaries on Friday.The nursing officials and technical staff hired on contract after the Swine Flu epidemic in December 2009. Their salaries have not been raised till date.

Contracts Nurses Association said the 12 nurses hired in 2009 were brought on a monthly salary of Rs 4,500 although the government of India had raised the contract nurses salary to Rs 10,000 per month. The nurses wore black bands to register their protest.Representatives of the association later met District Collector Siddharth Mahajan and submitted a memorandum of their demands.

First bypass surgery at Rs-6.5cr cardio centre on Sun

Jodhpur: The first bypass surgery at Rs 6.5 cr Cardio Thoracic Centre of Mathura Das Mathur hospital will be held on Sunday.

The surgery will be conducted by renowned cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgeon Dr Naresh Trehan.The Cardio Thoracic Centre will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. A special programme will be also organised at Medical College auditorium.Dr SN Medical College Principal RK Asri said, the first team of doctors for the by pass surgery will reach Jodhpur city on Friday.The patients who will be undergoing surgery have already been selected on Sunday.The foundation stone of Cardio Thoracic Centre of MDM Hospital was laid by then CM Vasundhara Raje on May 13, 2008.

The entire work was supposed to be completed within six
months. The work was started late and it was completed by December 2010.

Mathurdas hospital soon to have bypass surgery

Jodhpur: Soon the Mathuradas Mathur hospital will be fully equipped to conduct bypass surgery. Dummy trials of the equipments at the cardiothoracic centre will begin from Wednesday. All the machines will be checked. Dr RK Aseri principal of Dr SN Medical College said, a team of doctors will conduct dummy trials and ensure the equipments are in good condition. The work on the cardiothoracic centre commenced two years ago. The centre signed a contract with the renowned heart specialist Dr Naresh Trehan. The doctors from Medicity will come to Jodhpur for the surgeries. Later, the local doctors will take care of the patients.



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