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MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore, Karnataka


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MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore, Karnataka
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MSR Nagar, MSRIT Post
Mathikere
Bangalore (District Bangalore)
Karnataka, India
Pin Code : 560054


MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka is a recognised institute / college. MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka is also known as MSRMC Bangalore. MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka is managed by Society: GOKULA EDUCATION FOUNDATION (MEDICAL), GOKULA EXTESION, BANGALORE-560054. MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka was established on / in 1996.


Principal of MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka is Dr.A.C.Ashok - MS, DA, DNB, FAIS, FICS (email msr_medical@dataone.in).

MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC) is situated in Bangalore of Karnataka state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bangalore comes under Bengaluru (Bangalore) Tehsil, Bangalore District.

Fax # of MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka is +91-80-23606213, 080 23608361.

Contact Person(s) of the MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka is (are): Chief Superintendent: Sujatha Murthy (email: rsuja61@gmail.com, Mobile: 9449801667).

email ID(s) is MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC) Bangalore Karnataka

Website of MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka is http://www.msrmc.ac.in/.

Chairman : Dr. M.R. JAYARAM (Phone +91-80-23605283).

Contact Details of MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka are : Telephone: +91-80-23605190, 23601742, 23601743, 23605408
Phone: 080 2360 8361 (Direct), 2360 1742 EXT: 425
Medical Superintendent: Dr. Medha Y Rao - MD (General Medicine) (email admsrmth@gmail.com)
Trust Phone : 080-23602497
Institution Headed By : General

There is no separate college of Physiotherapy course. Instead this course in run in this college only.



Courses

MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka runs course(s) in Medical, Physiotherapy stream(s).
MBBS
MD Anatomy
MD Physiology
MD Biochemistry
MD Pharmacology
MD Pathology
MD Microbiology
MD Preventive & Social Medicine
MD Forensic Medicine
MS Ophthalmology
MS ENT
MS Orthopaedics
MD RT
MD Anaesthesiology
MD Paediatrics
MD General Medicine
MS General Surgery
MS OBG
MD RD
MD Dermatology
DGO
DCH
DVD
DA
DMRD
DOMS
D ORTHO
DM Neurology
Mch Urology
DM Cardiology
DM Endocrinology
DM Gastro Enterology
Mch Neuro Surgery
Mch Paediatric Surgery
Mch Plastic Surgery
MD Emergency Medicine
DM Nephrology
DM Oncology

Approval details: MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC) is affiliated with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences RGUHS, Bangalore (Karnataka)

Profile of MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC)

Staff Detail
Sl No. Name Designation Department
1 S. KUMAR PRINCIPAL PATHOLOGY
2 SAVITA RAVINDRA PROF. & HOD MPT
3 VEENA KIRAN NAMBIAR ASSO.PROF MPT
4 CHINTU PHILIP ASST.PROF MPT
5 JUDITH ROWENA W ASST.PROF MPT
6 MARY VERONICA ASST.PROF OTHERS
7 RAMESH D.V. ASST.PROF MPT
8 SHOBHALAKSHMI. P ASST.PROF MPT
9 KHUSHBOO DUREJA LECTURER BPT
10 NANDA KUMAR LECTURER MPT
11 PARTHASARATHI. K LECTURER MPT
12 PAYAL DHAKAPPA LECTURER BPT
13 SHASWAT VERMA LECTURER BPT
14 SOUMYA G LECTURER BPT

Staff Detail Medical Courses
Sl No. Name Designation Department
1 SARASWATHI G. RAO PRINCIPAL PATHOLOGY
2 A T K RAU (LT COL) PROF. & HOD PAEDIATRICS
3 ARUN NARAYAN PROF. & HOD GENERAL MEDICINE
4 ASHOK KUMAR A PROF. & HOD RD
5 BONTHALA SUBBARAJ SATHYAPRAKASH PROF. & HOD DM GASTRO ENTEROLOGY
6 GUPTA C.N. PROF. & HOD OPHTHALMOLOGY
7 GURUMURTHY PROF. & HOD MCH PLASTIC SURGERY
8 HARISH S. PROF. & HOD FORENSIC MEDICINE
9 HARSHAD M. SHAH PROF. & HOD ORTHOPAEDICS
10 JAISRI G PROF. & HOD PHYSIOLOGY
11 KARUNAKARAN UMA DEVI PROF. & HOD OBG
12 KONAPPA REDDY.E. PROF. & HOD ENT
13 MAHADEVA K.C. PROF. & HOD PATHOLOGY
14 MALA DHARMALINGAM PROF. & HOD DM ENDOCRINOLOGY
15 MOHAN RAO K N PROF. & HOD TB & RESPIRATORY DISEASES
16 NAGARAJ H K PROF. & HOD MCH UROLOGY
17 PRAKASH V S PROF. & HOD DM CARDIOLOGY
18 PRUTHVISH S PROF. & HOD COMMUNITY MEDICINE
19 RAMESH S. BILIMAGGA PROF. & HOD RT
20 RATHNA BAI NANJUNDA RAO PROF. & HOD ANAESTHESIOLOGY
21 SHESHGIRI C PROF. & HOD ANATOMY
22 SHIVAMURTHY. M.C PROF. & HOD PHARMACOLOGY
23 SREENIVASA BABU P.R. PROF. & HOD MICROBIOLOGY
24 SREEVATHSA M R PROF. & HOD GENERAL SURGERY
25 SRINIVASA. R PROF. & HOD DM NEUROLOGY
26 SUMATHY T K PROF. & HOD DERMATOLOGY
27 UMESH LINGARAJ PROF. & HOD DM NEPHROLOGY
28 VASUDHA .K.C. PROF. & HOD BIOCHEMISTRY
29 VENKATESH D. PROFESSOR PHYSIOLOGY
30 (MRS.) CUCKOO AIYAPPA PROFESSOR PHARMACOLOGY
31 ARUNA CHALA RAMESH PROFESSOR ANAESTHESIOLOGY
32 ASHA SWARUP PROFESSOR OBG
33 ASHOK A.C. PROFESSOR GENERAL SURGERY
34 BAGALI BABA SAHEB PROFESSOR GENERAL SURGERY
35 BHARATI.V.HIREMATH PROFESSOR GENERAL SURGERY
36 CHANDRAKIRAN.C PROFESSOR ENT
37 CHANDRIKA RAO PROFESSOR PAEDIATRIC
38 DIVAKAR G V PROFESSOR OPHTHALMOLOGY
39 GAYATHRI DEVI. D.R. PROFESSOR MICROBIOLOGY
40 GIRISH CHANDRA Y P PROFESSOR FORENSIC MEDICINE
41 HARISH K PROFESSOR MCH SURGICAL ONCOLOGY
42 HARISH V PROFESSOR GENERAL SURGERY
43 INDUMATHI V A PROFESSOR MICROBIOLOGY
44 JANAKI M G PROFESSOR RT
45 KARUNAKARA.B.P. PROFESSOR PAEDIATRIC
46 MAHESH E PROFESSOR DM NEPHROLOGY
47 MALAVIKA KRISHNASWAMY PROFESSOR OPHTHALMOLOGY
48 MALLIKARJUNA.H.B. PROFESSOR PAEDIATRIC
49 MANGALA GOURI S.R. PROFESSOR PATHOLOGY
50 MANJUNATH R L PROFESSOR OBG
51 MEDHA Y. RAO PROFESSOR GENERAL MEDICINE
52 MOHAN C V R PROFESSOR ANAESTHESIOLOGY
53 NAGARAJ M C (SURG) (CAPT) PROFESSOR ANAESTHESIOLOGY
54 NALINI KILARA PROFESSOR OTHER
55 NANDYALA SUNDARI PROFESSOR OBG
56 NARENDRANATH V PROFESSOR OTHER
57 NARESH SHETTY PROFESSOR ORTHOPAEDICS
58 NIRMALA S PROFESSOR RT
59 NIVEDITHA PROFESSOR PHARMACOLOGY
60 PADMALATHA.S.KADAMBA PROFESSOR MCH PAEDIATRIC SURGERY
61 PRASANNA SHETTY B. PROFESSOR PATHOLOGY
62 PURUSHOTTAM. T. ACHARYA PROFESSOR DM NEUROLOGY
63 RAJINI UDAY PROFESSOR OBG
64 RAMESH BABU K PROFESSOR MCH PLASTIC SURGERY
65 RAMESH D PROFESSOR MCH UROLOGY
66 RAVI GOPAL VARMA PROFESSOR MCH NEURO SURGERY
67 ROOPA KULKARNI PROFESSOR ANATOMY
68 ROOPAKALA M.S. PROFESSOR PHYSIOLOGY
69 RUDRESH K PROFESSOR GENERAL MEDICINE
70 S. KUMAR PROFESSOR PATHOLOGY
71 S.V.KULKARNI PROFESSOR GENERAL SURGERY
72 SANJAY B. PATIL PROFESSOR ENT
73 SANJAY MEHROTRA PROFESSOR DM CARDIOLOGY
74 SANJAY.C.DESAI PROFESSOR OTHER
75 SATISH SHERVEGAR PROFESSOR ORTHOPAEDICS
76 SHAILAJA SHETTY PROFESSOR ANATOMY
77 SHAKILA S. SHETTY PROFESSOR OBG
78 SHALINI CHADRASHEKAR NOOYI PROFESSOR COMMUNITY MEDICINE
79 SHIVAKUMAR N. S. PROFESSOR GENERAL MEDICINE
80 SHYAM PRASAD A L PROFESSOR DERMATOLOGY
81 SRINATH M G PROFESSOR RD
82 SUDHA H M PROFESSOR PATHOLOGY
83 SUDHIR U. PROFESSOR GENERAL MEDICINE
84 SUJANI.B.K. PROFESSOR OBG
85 SUNDARESH D.C. PROFESSOR ORTHOPAEDICS
86 SURYANARAYANA.S.P. PROFESSOR COMMUNITY MEDICINE
87 UMESH JALIHAL PROFESSOR DM GASTRO ENTEROLOGY
88 VEENA . P. WAIKER PROFESSOR MCH PLASTIC SURGERY
89 VENKATESH M S PROFESSOR MCH PLASTIC SURGERY
90 VIJAYA V. MYSOREKAR PROFESSOR PATHOLOGY
91 ANAND K ASSO.PROF RD
92 ANANTH BHANDARY S ASSO.PROF OPHTHALMOLOGY
93 ANILKUMAR V R ASSO.PROF GENERAL SURGERY
94 ARJUNAN ISAAC ASSO.PROF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
95 ARUL PONNI T R ASSO.PROF RT
96 BANASHANKARI G.S. ASSO.PROF MICROBIOLOGY
97 BEENA ASSO.PROF MICROBIOLOGY
98 DEEPAK T S ASSO.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
99 DINESH C N (LT COL) ASSO.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
100 GEETHA .C.R. ASSO.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
101 H.M.VIJAYKUMAR ASSO.PROF GENERAL SURGERY
102 HARSHAVARDHAN NARAYAN REDDY ASSO.PROF ENT
103 HEMANTH T ASSO.PROF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
104 JYOTHI.G.S. ASSO.PROF OBG
105 KALAIVANI V ASSO.PROF GENERAL SURGERY
106 KIRAN S KHANAPURE ASSO.PROF MCH NEURO SURGERY
107 LALITHA.K. ASSO.PROF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
108 MANJIRI SOMASHEKHAR ASSO.PROF MCH PAEDIATRIC SURGERY
109 MATHEWS K.THOMAS ASSO.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
110 MEERA K S ASSO.PROF BIOCHEMISTRY
111 MURALI SUBRAMANIAN ASSO.PROF OTHER
112 NAIK SHALINI ASHOK ASSO.PROF MICROBIOLOGY
113 NANDAKISHORE ALVA N. ASSO.PROF PATHOLOGY
114 NANDINI.G. ASSO.PROF OBG
115 NARAYAN SWAMY CHETTY ASSO.PROF GENERAL SURGERY
116 NATARAJ G ASSO.PROF GENERAL MEDICINE
117 PADMA K ASSO.PROF OBG
118 PRADEEP.G.C.M. ASSO.PROF PAEDIATRIC
119 PRAMILA KALRA ASSO.PROF DM ENDOCRINOLOGY
120 PRASAD MYLARAPPA ASSO.PROF MCH UROLOGY
121 PRATHAB. A.G. ASSO.PROF MICROBIOLOGY
122 PRAVEEN S ASSO.PROF FORENSIC MEDICINE
123 PUSHPARAJA SHETTY H ASSO.PROF DM NEUROLOGY
124 RAGHVENDRA PAI K ASSO.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
125 RANGANATH C ASSO.PROF ORTHOPAEDICS
126 RANGANATHAN C ASSO.PROF DERMATOLOGY
127 RAVIKUMAR V.N. ASSO.PROF GENERAL MEDICINE
128 RUDRESH H K ASSO.PROF GENERAL SURGERY
129 SANDHYA R ASSO.PROF OPHTHALMOLOGY
130 SANJAY V KULKARNI ASSO.PROF GENERAL MEDICINE
131 SATHYENDRA KASYAP J V ASSO.PROF PHARMACOLOGY
132 SATHYENDRANATH B.SHETTY ASSO.PROF OPHTHALMOLOGY
133 SEEMA .S.R ASSO.PROF ANATOMY
134 SHALINI.S. ASSO.PROF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
135 SHIVAKUMAR SHIVANNA ASSO.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
136 SHIVAPRASAD M.S ASSO.PROF ORTHOPAEDICS
137 SHIVASWAMY K N ASSO.PROF DERMATOLOGY
138 SOMASHEKAR.A.R. ASSO.PROF PAEDIATRIC
139 SULATA M. KAMATH ASSO.PROF PATHOLOGY
140 SUMAN G ASSO.PROF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
141 SUNIL KUMAR.B.M. ASSO.PROF PAEDIATRIC
142 UMA MAHESHWARI K ASSO.PROF TB & RESPIRATORY DISEASES
143 VANITHA GOWDA .M.N. ASSO.PROF BIOCHEMISTRY
144 VASANTHI ANANTHAKIRSHNAN ASSO.PROF PHYSIOLOGY
145 VINAY M.D. PRABHU ASSO.PROF RD
146 DARMAVARAM RAMACHARLU VIJAYAKUMAR ASST.PROF PSYCHIATRY
147 ADITI JAIN ASST.PROF RD
148 AFTAB AHAMED ASST.PROF MCH PAEDIATRIC SURGERY
149 AMBARISH V. ASST.PROF PHYSIOLOGY
150 ANUPAMA PUJAR.K ASST.PROF GENERAL SURGERY
151 ANURADHA.H. V. ASST.PROF PHARMACOLOGY
152 ASHOK KUMAR P ASST.PROF ORTHOPAEDICS
153 ASHWINI NAYAK.U ASST.PROF OBG
154 ASHWINI C.A. ASST.PROF ANATOMY
155 AVINASH B ASST.PROF DM GASTRO ENTEROLOGY
156 BANARJI B.H ASST.PROF ORTHOPAEDICS
157 CHANDRASHEKAR A R ASST.PROF OTHER
158 CLEMENT WILFRED D ASST.PROF PATHOLOGY
159 DAYANANDA G ASST.PROF PHYSIOLOGY
160 DEEPTI NAIK ASST.PROF RD
161 DINESH RAJARAM ASST.PROF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
162 GAYATHRI DEVI H J ASST.PROF DTCD
163 GIREESH M S ASST.PROF DM NEPHROLOGY
164 JYOTIRMANJU.C.S. ASST.PROF PAEDIATRIC
165 KALPANA KUMARI M.K. ASST.PROF PATHOLOGY
166 KOMALA N ASST.PROF ANATOMY
167 KRISHNAMURTHY .U. ASST.PROF BIOCHEMISTRY
168 LALITHA C ASST.PROF MICROBIOLOGY
169 MADHU Y C ASST.PROF MCH SURGICAL ONCOLOGY
170 MAHENDRA J V ASST.PROF DM NEUROLOGY
171 MAHESH CHANDRA PAI ASST.PROF GENERAL MEDICINE
172 MAMATHA ASST.PROF OBG
173 MANJULA N V ASST.PROF OBG
174 MANJUNATH A C ASST.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
175 MURALI MOHAN S ASST.PROF MCH NEURO SURGERY
176 NAGAMALESH U M ASST.PROF DM CARDIOLOGY
177 NAGESH KUMAR T C ASST.PROF GENERAL MEDICINE
178 NANDA KUMAR.B.S. ASST.PROF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
179 PRADEEP K.S. ASST.PROF FORENSIC MEDICINE
180 PRAKASH BABU S M L ASST.PROF MCH UROLOGY
181 PREETHI B L ASST.PROF PHYSIOLOGY
182 RAHUL KUMAR ASST.PROF DM NEUROLOGY
183 RAJEEV A.G. ASST.PROF RT
184 RAJENDRA PRASAD B ASST.PROF OTHER
185 SANDESH KAMAT ASST.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
186 SANDHYA.K ASST.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
187 SANGEETHA S SHENOY ASST.PROF PAEDIATRIC
188 SATISH KUMAR.K.M. ASST.PROF PAEDIATRIC
189 SATISH N T ASST.PROF FORENSIC MEDICINE
190 SHAIKH MOHAMMED ASLAM S. ASST.PROF GENERAL MEDICINE
191 SHANTHAKUMAR S ASST.PROF MCH PLASTIC SURGERY
192 SHANTHISWAROOP DHAR ASST.PROF DM GASTRO ENTEROLOGY
193 SHARANABASAVESH M ASST.PROF PAEDIATRICS
194 SHIVAPRASAD C ASST.PROF DM ENDOCRINOLOGY
195 SHIVARAJ N.S. ASST.PROF COMMUNITY MEDICINE
196 SHRUTHI PATIL ASST.PROF PAEDIATRIC
197 SREEKAR PAI A ASST.PROF GENERAL SURGERY
198 SRIDHAR M ASST.PROF GENERAL SURGERY
199 SRIKANTAIAH H C ASST.PROF GENERAL SURGERY
200 SRINIVAS C H ASST.PROF ORTHOPAEDICS
201 SRINIVAS D.R. ASST.PROF ENT
202 SUDHIR V ASST.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
203 SUNIL H.S. ASST.PROF GENERAL MEDICINE
204 TEJESH C.A. ASST.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
205 UMESH SRIKANTHA ASST.PROF MCH NEURO SURGERY
206 VENKATA RAMANA RAJU ASST.PROF DM NEPHROLOGY
207 VINAYAK.P.S ASST.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
208 YATHISH.B ASST.PROF ANAESTHESIOLOGY
209 ANAND M S LECTURER PATHOLOGY
210 ATEEQ AHMED LECTURER ANAESTHESIOLOGY
211 BALAKRISHNA MALLU NAIK LECTURER GENERAL SURGERY
212 BASAPPA S. HUGAR LECTURER FORENSIC MEDICINE
213 CHANDRAKALA LECTURER BIOCHEMISTRY
214 DINESH KUMAR A LECTURER GENERAL MEDICINE
215 GAUTHAM M S LECTURER COMMUNITY MEDICINE
216 GEETHA L LECTURER ANAESTHESIOLOGY
217 GIRISH K S LECTURER GENERAL SURGERY
218 IRFAN K J LECTURER GENERAL MEDICINE
219 JAGADEESH K S LECTURER RD
220 KIRTHANA KUNIKULLAYA U LECTURER PHYSIOLOGY
221 KIRTHI KOUSHIK A S LECTURER RT
222 LEENA HARSHAD PARATE LECTURER ANAESTHESIOLOGY
223 MANJUNATH M NAGALLI LECTURER PAEDIATRIC
224 NIRMITHA DEV LECTURER BIOCHEMISTRY
225 NIVEDITA MAITY LECTURER PHARMACOLOGY
226 PAVAN KUMAR M LECTURER GENERAL MEDICINE
227 PRARTHANA KARUMBAIAH K LECTURER PAEDIATRICS
228 PRASHANT G PATIL LECTURER RD
229 PRASHANTH NAGARAJ LECTURER ORTHOPAEDICS
230 PRAVEENKUMAR S LECTURER DERMATOLOGY
231 PRITHVIPRIYADARSHINI U S LECTURER GENERAL MEDICINE
232 RAGHAVENDRA K LECTURER PAEDIATRIC
233 RAHUL N S LECTURER GENERAL SURGERY
234 RAJIV S R LECTURER ENT
235 RAVIKUMAR T V LECTURER ORTHOPAEDICS
236 SAHANA R LECTURER OBG
237 SAMPANGI RAMAIAH S. LECTURER RD
238 SANDEEP REDDY R LECTURER ORTHOPAEDICS
239 SAURABH SINGLA LECTURER RD
240 SHARATH K R LECTURER ORTHOPAEDICS
241 SREEJA S LECTURER MICROBIOLOGY
242 SRIDHAR H LECTURER PATHOLOGY
243 SUNDARNAG GANJEKAR LECTURER PSYCHIATRY
244 SUNILKUMAR K LECTURER GENERAL MEDICINE
245 SURYAPRAKASH D R LECTURER ENT
246 SYED WALEEM PASHA LECTURER GENERAL MEDICINE
247 TARA CHRISTOPHER LECTURER PHYSIOLOGY
248 TEJAS SURESH RAO LECTURER GENERAL MEDICINE
249 VEENA VIDYA SHANKAR LECTURER ANATOMY
250 VIJAYADAS LECTURER PHYSIOLOGY
251 VYJAYANTHI SUBRAMANIYAN LECTURER PSYCHIATRY
252 YASHAVANTHA KUMAR C LECTURER ORTHOPAEDICS
253 YASHAVANTHA KUMAR C LECTURER ORTHOPAEDICS
254 KUNNIKURU VIJI JAYAPRAKASH SENIOR RESIDENT OBG
255 NIRMALA S SENIOR RESIDENT MCH NEURO SURGERY
256 PRATHIMA P T SENIOR RESIDENT ANAESTHESIOLOGY
257 RASHMI U K SENIOR RESIDENT OBG
258 SUBRAMANYA H P SENIOR RESIDENT ANAESTHESIOLOGY
259 URVASHI SENIOR RESIDENT OBG
260 SUBRAMANYAM N SR. LIBRARIAN OTHER
261 MUNIRAJU M ASST. LIBRARIAN OTHER
262 NAGARAJA G ASST. LIBRARIAN OTHER
263 NANJAPPA K ASST. LIBRARIAN OTHER
264 YETHIRAJU B N ASST. LIBRARIAN OTHER
265 ANANDA V LIB. ASSISTANT OTHER
266 PRAMOD B LIB. ASSISTANT OTHER
267 SHANKARAPPA M LIB. ASSISTANT OTHER
268 VIJAYAKUMAR S LIB. ASSISTANT OTHER
269 SRINIVASMURTHY N RESEARCH OFFICER COMMUNITY MEDICINE
270 MAHESH KUMAR PHYSICAL INSTRUCTOR OTHER

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Media coverage of MS Ramaiah Medical College (MSRMC), Bangalore Karnataka, Karnataka

Ramaiah Medical College gets MCI notice

Bangalore: The future of 150 MBBS aspirants is now in jeopardy as the Medical Council of India (MCI), in a sudden move on Friday, issued notice to MS Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore, for derecognition.MS Ramaiah Medical College is one of the prime medical institutions in the state. Every year, all the seats which come under Common Entrance Test (CET) get filled up on day one itself. This year too, most of the top students in CET selected MS Ramaiah as their option after BMC.Almost a week after the completion of admission process for the academic year 2011-12, MCI is saying it has sent a show cause notice to MS Ramaiah medical college for withdrawal of recognition.An official communication posted by the MCI on its website says: "Issued show cause notice for withdrawal of recognition."
According to college authorities, till Thursday, the status for their college was recognised. But suddenly, on Friday, they have changed the status. "We too were shocked to see this. We have not received any intimation from MCI," said Dr S Kumar, principal, MS Ramaiah Medical College.However, Kumar is in New Delhi to meet the MCI officials to clarify things. Talking to DNA, Kumar said: "We have not received any notice from MCI. Even the inspection committee which visited the college had cleared everything. I will meet the officials concerned and see what the problem is."MS Ramaiah Medical College was established in 1979 and according to college authorities, this is the first time they are facing such a problem. The total number of seats available at Ramaiah College is 150. Of that, 40% of seats were filled through Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) for the students who have got eligibility to get admission to medial courses through CET 2011.

"The committee from MCI visits the college for inspection for renewal of recognition once every five years. Since 2007, the inspection committee had visited our college four to five times and cleared everything," clarified Kumar. However, Kumar said the issue would be sorted out. He appealed to students not to be worried.

HC issues notices on medico's suicide

Bangalore: The Karnataka high court has sent notices to the Union of India, Department of Medical Education, city commissioner of police and MS Ramaiah Medical College on a petition requesting a CBI probe into the suicide of an MBBS student.Durgesh Kanwar Shekhawat, 20, a native of Madhya Pradesh and a second year MBBS student of MS Ramaiah Medical College, was found hanging in her hostel room on March 22.

Her father Hanuman Singh Shekhawat moved the court, requesting it to order the CBI or any other competent investigation agency to probe the incident. He alleged that college authorities had harassed his daughter.
Hanuman Singh submitted that Durgesh was a bright student, and had been academically well ranked. She committed suicide after the college expelled her for cheating in an examination.The college principal and dean Dr S Kumar had then said that Durgesh was found to have indulged in "academic misconduct and malpractice during the internal examination of the college."

The incident reported by the head of the department concerned was referred to the disciplinary committee of the college who found the student guilty of the charges and also the student had confessed to the charges in writing, he had said in March.The police had then registered an unnatural death report case under Section 174 of Indian Penal Code as no death note was found in her hostel room.

Durgesh's suicide had sparked a protest in the college, with the ABVP, the students' wing of the BJP, spearheading the campaign.The protestors alleged that the student was expelled without a proper enquiry.

MBBS student ends life in MS Ramaiah hostel

Bangalore: A second-year medical student of MS Ramaiah Medical College allegedly committed suicide in her hostel room after she was reportedly suspended from the institution on Tuesday.Identifying the deceased as Durgesh Kanwar Shekhawat, daughter of Hanuman Singh Shekhawat of Madhya Pradesh, the police said she apparently took the extreme step after the authorities had suspended her for six months from the college. She was also suspended from the hostel for three months.

At the time of filing this report, the students were staging a dharna in front of the hostel, demanding to meet the college authorities. They wanted an explanation from the college regarding the circumstances that led to the suicide.Earlier, her friends reportedly told the police that she was caught cheating in an internal examination three months ago. The college principal reportedly scolded Durgesh in the open class on Tuesday. She did not attend the rest of the classes, but returned to the hostel.

Other students saw Durgesh hanging from a ceiling fan in her third floor room in the hostel around 8 pm, and informed the authorities. Following the incident, students demanded to meet the principal at the scene of suicide. They also alleged that four students were caught cheating in the exam, but only two were suspended.

The student's relatives have been informed of the incident, the police said, adding that they were investigating the case.

http://daily.bhaskar.com/article/BAN-mbbs-student-ends-life-in-ms-ramaiah-hostel-1955850.html

Bangalore: A second-year medical student of MS Ramaiah Medical College allegedly committed suicide in her hostel room after she was reportedly suspended from the institution on Tuesday.Identifying the deceased as Durgesh Kanwar Shekhawat, daughter of Hanuman Singh Shekhawat of Madhya Pradesh, the police said she apparently took the extreme step after the authorities had suspended her for six months from the college. She was also suspended from the hostel for three months.

At the time of filing this report, the students were staging a dharna in front of the hostel, demanding to meet the college authorities. They wanted an explanation from the college regarding the circumstances that led to the suicide.

Earlier, her friends reportedly told the police that she was caught cheating in an internal examination three months ago. The college principal reportedly scolded Durgesh in the open class on Tuesday. She did not attend the rest of the classes, but returned to the hostel.Other students saw Durgesh hanging from a ceiling fan in her third floor room in the hostel around 8 pm, and informed the authorities. Following the incident, students demanded to meet the principal at the scene of suicide. They also alleged that four students were caught cheating in the exam, but only two were suspended.

The student's relatives have been informed of the incident, the police said, adding that they were investigating the case.

Dental courses losing teeth: 502 seats remain vacant

Bangalore: If the statistics provided by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) are anything to go by, the demand for dental courses in the state is going down with each passing year. Put in plain numbers, as many as 798 dental seats were offered last year, and of them, only a paltry 211 were taken up. In 2008-2009, of the 840 seats, 566 remained vacant. The number of colleges offering dental courses has also come down to 37 from 40, this year.

But the craze for medical courses remains. On Tuesday, the second day of Common Entrance Test (CET) counselling and seat selection sessions for admission to under-graduate medical courses, most of the medical seats were filled.

Just 77 were left for the third day of counselling, that is Wednesday.

In total, as many as 1,276 medical seats were on the offer in the state. On Monday, when the counselling started at seven centres across the state, 882 seats were allotted. On Tuesday, 317 seats were filled.

But there were minimal takers for dental courses. Of the 755 dental seats offered, only 253 seats were filled—502 fell vacant and would be available for Wednesday. Candidates from rank 3801 to 6000 will be eligible to choose from the medical and the dental seats left out. KEA, that oversees the test and counselling process, deemed 12,537 CET students eligible to take up medical and dental courses this year. But most of them prefer just the medical stream.

On Monday, 33 students opted for dental courses when those from rank 1 to 1,500 were invited. But about 800 medical seats were filled on the same day.

Dentistry is losing its sheen, while the experts and dental college managements are blaming the Dental Council of India (DCI) for the decline in interest.

"Two years ago, the DCI increased the course duration for dental courses from four to five years. This hit the admissions hard," said a principal of one of the private dental colleges in the city.

"When Dr Anil Kohli was the chairman of DCI, he had changed the rules and increased the course duration to five years. We used to struggle to get students even when the course was offered for four years," he said.
Dr S Kumar, executive secretary of COMED-K who is also the principal of MS Ramaiah Medical College, said: "Job prospects for dental graduates are not that promising. They are left to choose between private clinics and teaching professions. To set up an own clinic, the investment needed is huge. Dental equipment are costly and that's why there are just a few takers."

"Even the state government doesn't care to hike the number of dentists in government hospitals. If that is done, we can note an increase in intake. Corporate hospitals, too, should open up opportunities for dental graduates," Kumar added.

Experts also complain that many dental colleges fail to provide quality teaching. "The DCI should look at improving the quality of dental colleges and it is better to shut down colleges that are not maintaining standards," said an expert who is also a member with the COMED-K.

Engg, MCA are the most sought-after

The second day of Jnana Degula saw hundreds of enthusiastic students and parents scouting for colleges of their choice. Despite scores of new courses out there, a majority of the students who attended the fair seemed to prefer engineering.

Engineering and MCA are the most popular courses among students and most parents are keen to know about the cutoffs. However, all of them want to wait till the CET results are out before they take any decision, said Anurag Nath, a lecturer at Dayanand Sagar Institution.

H Muralidharan from MS Ramaiah College said though the college offers a diverse range of courses, engineering still seems to be a common choice for most students. The most common question I receive from students is about placements as in the end, this decides their career.

H N Shankar from CMR Institute of Technology observed that Electrical Engineering, in particular, was favoured by many.

Colleges such as the College of Fine Arts also received many queries from the students.

Students are keen to know job opportunities in Fine Arts and facilities offered by us, said Suprith Adiga, a professor at the College of Fine Arts.

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