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MKCG Medical College, Berhampur, Orissa


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MKCG Medical College, Berhampur, Orissa
Berhampur (District Ganjam)
Orissa, India
Pin Code : 760004


MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa is a recognised institute / college. MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa is also known as Maharaja Krushna Chandra Gajapati Medical College. MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa was established on / in 1961.


Principal of MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa is Prof Sonamali Bag, Prof.Radha Madhab Tripathy.

MKCG Medical College is situated in Berhampur of Orissa state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Berhampur comes under Berhampur (Brahmapur) Tehsil, Ganjam District.

Fax # of MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa is +91-680-200720, 0680-2200752.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa are 09437011746.

email ID(s) is MKCG Medical College Berhampur Orissa

Website of MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa is http://www.mkcgmch.org/.


Contact Details of MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa are : Telephone: +91-680-200756, 203609, 0680-2200746, 2203609, (0680) 2292746 ,
E-mail : mkcgmcb@sancharnet.in, prin_mkcgmcberhampur@yahoo.com, mkcgmc.bam2@gmail.com
OPD HELPDESK: - 0680-2290137
CASUALTY:- 0680-2290851
RSBY / BKKY HELPDESK:- 0680-2290087



Courses

MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa runs course(s) in Medical stream(s).
Diploma in Child Health
Diploma in Orthopaedics
MBBS
MD - Anaesthesiology
MD - Anatomy
MD - Bio-Chemistry
MD - Forensic Medicine
MD - General Medicine
MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology
MD - Paediatrics
MD - Pharmacology
MD - Physiology
MD - Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine
MS - Anatomy
MS - ENT
MS - General Surgery
MS - Ophthalmology
MS - Orthopaedics

Approval details: MKCG Medical College is affiliated with Berhampur University (BAMU), Berhampur (Orissa)

Profile of MKCG Medical College

The M.K.C.G. Medical College, Berhampur was started in the year 1961. The M.B.B.S. degree of the College under Berhampur University has been recognised by the Medical Council of India in the year 1969.

Maharaja Krishna Chandra Gajapati Medical College & Hospital, Brahmapur, popularly known as M.K.C.G. Medical College & Hospital is set up by the Government of Odisha and functions under the Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of Odisha. The medical college campus spans over an area of 162 Acres.This prestigious institution is the Alma Mater to more than 5000 M.B.B.S. graduates and more than 1000 postgraduates (M.D/M.S) and para-medics like nursing, medical laboratory techniciansetc. All the courses run by the institute are recognized by the professional bodies like Medical Council of India, AICTE, etc.

In the year 1961, the institution was started as an extension wing of S.C.B Medical College, Cuttack with an annual intake of 40 students. It was soon shifted to Brahmapur in the year 1962 and started functioning in the buildings ofthe District Head Quarter Hospital, popularly known as City Hospital, Brahmapur, using it as its teaching hospital.In 1963, the then Health Minister of Odisha, Late Dr. P.V. Jagannath Rao laid down the foundation stone of the present building. The building construction work started in 1966 and was completed in 1969. The building was inaugurated by Late Sri. R. N. Singh Deo, the then Chief Minister of Orissa on 21st February 1969. Thereafter, the college started functioning in its new building. But, the hospital still continued to function in the District Head Quarters Hospital, i.e. City Hospital until the construction of the present hospital building in the campus in the year 1973.Till date, City Hospital, Berhampur serves as the satellite hospital of this medical college for teaching and training of medical students.

During the formative period of 1963 to 1973, Prof. Sukumar Das, an eminent Surgeon of his times, an able administrator and an excellent teacher, was the Principal of the medical college. He is considered as the chief architect of this prestigious institution.At the time of inception, it was formally named as Berhampur Medical College and later on it was named after the legendary person, who was instrumental in the formation of Odisha State, i.e. the first Prime Minister of Odisha State, Late Maharaja Krushna Chandra Gajapati. The initial admission strength of 40 MBBS students per year has gradually increased over the years to 75 in 1962, 100 in 1963, 107 in 1984,150 in 2008 and 250 in 2016. Postgraduate coursed were started in 1971-72 session in the disciplines of Physiology, General Medicine, General Surgery followed by Pharmacology, Pathology, SPM, Paediatrics, Orthopaedic Surgery, ENT, Ophthalmology, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Anaesthesiology in 1972-73. Anatomy, FMT and Biochemistry post-graduate courses were started during the sessions 1974-75, 1977-78 and 1979-80 respectively. Recently the Medical Council of India has permitted to run two seats in D.M (Cardiology).M.K.C.G. Medical College Hospital, Brahmapur, during its more than fifty years of existence, has produced a large number of doctors, specialists, super specialists who have worked or working in different parts of the country and abroad. The strong academic and practical foundations built during their study in this institution have enabled them to prove their professional excellence in different specialties not only in India but also in different parts of the world.

Media coverage of MKCG Medical College, Berhampur Orissa, Orissa

MKCG Medical College nurses go on mass leave, seek parmanent jobs and pay hike

BERHAMPUR: Medical services in MKCG Medical College and Hospital here were hit on Monday with around 300 casual nurses going on mass leave.

Authorities of the medical college, the only referral hospital in southern Odisha, however, said there was no effect on services as they have engaged nurses from outdoor departments and other regular staff.

There is no effect on the medical services in the college due to their absence, said a senior doctor of the hospital.

Around 300 casual nurses went on mass leave to participate in a rally organized by All Odisha Contractual Nurses Association in Bhubaneswar in support of their demand of regularization of jobs and increase in monthly salary from Rs 5,200 to Rs 9,300 per month.

Nurses of all three medical colleges in the state have been wearing black badges since the last two days in protest against government apathy towards their demands.

We will observe the International Nurses Day on Friday as a black day, said working vice-president of nurses association Sibani Das.

Advocating scrapping of contractual appointment system in nursing services, Das said, Like the police, the nursing is also an essential service. When the government does not appoint contractual police, why should it do so for nurses.

On March 27, casual nurses in the state, including those of all three medical colleges in Cuttack, Berhampur and Burla, had also gone on mass leave for a day to press for their demands.

MKCG renovation after roof chip-off

Berhampur: The indoor building of MKCG Medical College and Hospital here will be renovated soon. The decision was taken after a concrete slab fell from the roof of the gynaecology ward on Tuesday. A woman sustained minor injuries. Her three-day-old infant escaped because the grandmother had taken him outside the ward. The patient was shifted to a cabin immediately after the mishap, sources said.

We along with the engineers of the works department rushed to the hospital and inspected the building and discussed it with the hospital authorities, said MLA (Berhampur) R Ch Chyaupatnaik. The discussion was also held to declare the 45-year-old building unsafe. The engineers, however, suggested that there was no need to declare the entire three-storey building unsafe, he said.

At present, the building accommodates over 1,080 patients in 15 major departments. The medical college has 31 departments both at the under graduate and post graduate-levels. There is no need to declare the entire building unsafe, said executive engineer, PWD (Berhampur) Simanchal Moharana said. He, however, said the PWD would take up renovation work soon and the government has sanctioned about Rs 93.6 lakh for it.

Medical college authorities and MLA suggested that the renovation work should be taken jointly by the works and public health department (PHD) because the water was leaking from water tanks at several places. The health minister, Prasanna Acharya, has been apprised of Tuesdays incident, the MLA said. He has been asked to sanction more funds to give a facelift to the indoor building for the safety of patients.

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