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New Medical Colleges set up in last three years

As per information received from Board of Governors in supersession of Medical Council of India, during the last three years, 47 medical colleges have been recognized. List is given below:

 

List of medical colleges which have been recognized by the MCI/Central Govt.during the last three (3) years.

ESIC Medical College & Hospital, Bangalore With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after  Jan., 2017.
Govt. Medical College, Sivagangai With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after  Feb.,  2017.
Govt. Medical College, Kannauj With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after  Feb.,  2017.
Karpagam Faculty of Medical Sciences & Research, Coimbatore With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after  Feb.,  2017.
Maharishi Markandeshwar Medical College & Hospital, Kumarhatti, Solan, Himachal Pradesh With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students or  after December, 2017.
Indian Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Jalna, Maharashtra With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Jan., 2018
Kamineni Academy of Medical Sciences & Research Center, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Feb.,  2018
BGS Global Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan.,  2018
ESIC Medical College, Gulbarga, Karnataka With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Jan.,   2018
Government Thiruvannamalai Medical College, Thiruvannamalai With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Feb.,  2018
Velammal Medical College Hospital and Research Institute, Madurai With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Feb.,  2018
IQ City Medical College, Burdwan With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Feb.,  2018
Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Rourkela, Orissa With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students/batches on or after May, 2017
Malla Reddy Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students/batches on or after   2017
Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, New Delhi

 

With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after December, 2016 at Hamdard Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, New Delhi
ESIC Medical College, Joka With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after January, 2018
ICARE Institute of Medical Sciences and Research & B.C. Roy Hospital, Haldia With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after February, 2017
North Delhi Medical College, MalkaGanj, New Delhi With an annual intake of 50 MBBS students on or after December, 2017
ESIC Medical College, Chennai With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Feb., 2018.
Govt. Medical College, Nizamabad With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Feb., 2018
Malla Reddy Medical College for Women, Telangana With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Feb., 2018
Shridevi Institute of Medical Sciences, Tumkur With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan., 2018
DM Wayanad Institute of Medical Sciences, Wayanad, Kerala With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Feb., 2018
The Oxford Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre, Bangalore With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan., 2019.
SMBT Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Nashik, Maharashtra With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan., 2019.
SVIMS-Sri Padmavathi Medical College for Women, Tirupati. With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan., 2019.
Mayo Institute of Medical Sciences, Barabank, U.P. With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after March, 2017.
Mount Zion Medical College, Pathanamthitta, Kerala With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Feb., 2019
F.H. Medical College, Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh. With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Feb., 2019.
Govt. Medical College, Manjeri, Kerala With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Feb., 2018.
Viswabharthi Medical College, Kurnool. With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Feb., 2019.
Pacific Medical College, Udipur. With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan., 2019
Govt. Medical College(Institute of Integrated Medical Sciences) Palakkad, Kerala With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Feb.,  2019
Govt. Medical College, Rajnandgaon(Renamed as Bharat Ratna Late Sh. Atal Bihar Vajpyee Memorial Medical College, Rajnandgaon) With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after March, 2019
Integral Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Lucknow With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after March, 2018
RUHS College of Medical Sciences, Jaipur With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after February, 2019
Rajshree Medical Research Institute, Bareilly With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after February, 2019
Tezpur Medical College & Research, Assam With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after December, 2018.
P.K Das Instt. Of Medical Sciences, Palakkad, Kerala With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or afterFebruary, 2019.
Al-Azhar Medical College & Super Speciality Hospital, Thodupuzza, Kerala With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after February, 2019.
B.K.L.Walawalkar Rural Medical College, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Jan., 2020
Gadag Institute of Medical Sciences, Gadag With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan., 2020
Gulbarga Institute of Medical Sciences, Gulbarga With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan., 2020
ESIC Medical College, Faridabad With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Dec.,  2020
Manyavar Kanshi Ram Ji Government Allopathic Medical College, Jalaun (Orai), Uttar Pradesh With an annual intake of 100 MBBS students on or after Feb., 2018
GMERS  Medical College, Himmatnagar, Gujarat With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan. 2020.
Koppal Institute of Medical Sciences, Koppal, Karnataka With an annual intake of 150 MBBS students on or after Jan. 2020.

 

Funds are provided, under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS) “Establishment of new medical college attached with district/referral hospitals” for conversion of district hospitals to Medical Colleges. Till date, 157 districts have been approved for setting up of medical colleges across the country with funds sharing between Central Government and State in the ratio of 90:10 for North East/Special category States and 60:40 for other States.

Also, under Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY), existing Government Medical Colleges / Institutions have been upgraded / are being upgraded through construction of Super Specialty Block (SSB) / Trauma Centre and / or procurement of Medical Equipment. These Upgradation projects are implemented through Executing Agencies / Procurement Support Agency and funds are released directly to them.

Details of the funds released for construction work and for procurement of Medical Equipment for all the upgradation projects under PMSSY is given below:

 

Details of 75 Up-gradation projects under PMSSY

 

S. No. State Name of GMC Phase Fund released by this Ministry for Construction work

(Rs. in Crore)

Fund released by this Ministry for Medical Equipment

(Rs. in Crore)

1 Andhra Pradesh 1. Sri Venkateshwara Institute of Medical Sciences, Tirupati I 58.31
2.Siddhartha Medical College, Vijayawada III 64.43 44.50
3.Govt. Medical College, Anantpur III 66.33 50.26
2 Assam 1.Guwahati Medical College, Guwahati III 57.06 46.50
2.Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh III 60.84 46.50
3 Bihar 1.Srikrishna Medical College, Muzaffarapur III 45.07 32
2.Govt. Medical College, Darbhanga III 46.26 32
3.Patna Medical College & Hospital, Patna IV 28.44 25.38
4.Government Medical College, Bhagalpur IV 36.12 45.30
5.Government Medical College, Gaya IV 35.07 51.78
6. IGIMS, Patna V(B) 11.93
4 Chhattisgarh 1.Government Medical College, Bilaspur IV 32.21 51.05
2.Government Medical College, Jagdalpur IV 32.21 50.75
5 Delhi 1.UCMS-GTB hospital IV
6 Goa 1.Goa Medical College, Panaji III 103.72
7 Gujarat 1. BJ Medical College, Ahmadabad I 7 84.57
2.Govt. Medical College, Rajkot III 39.08 52.10
3.Government Medical College, Surat IV 42.35
4.Government Medical College, Bhavnagar IV 47.53 37.28
8 Haryana 1.Pandit BD Sharma Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Rohtak II 56.82 48.10
9 Himachal Pradesh 1. Government Medical College, Tanda II 52.28 52.48
2. Indira Gandhi Govt. Medical College, Shimla III 71.22 2.17
10 Jammu & Kashmir 1. Government Medical College, Jammu I 71.05 41.37
2.Government Medical College, Srinagar I 68.70 41.58
11 Jharkhand 1.Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Ranchi I 59.20 35.05
2.Patliputra Medical College, Dhanbad III 47.71 55.71
12 Karnataka 1.Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore I 53.50 40.14
2.Vijayanagar Institute of Medical Sciences, Bellary III 40.02 54.98
3.Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hubli III 58.13 39.79
13 Kerala 1.Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram I 46.89 45
2.Kozhikode Medical College III 43.93 36.09
3.T.D. Medical College, Alappuzha III 53.53 37.21
4. SCTIMST, Trivandrum V(A) 30.94 79.71
14 Madhya Pradesh 1.Govt. Medical College, Rewa III 58.81 44.38
2. NetajiSubhash Chandra Bose Medical College, Jabalpur III 59.71 46.03
3. GR Medical College, Gwalior III 56.67 39.71
4. Government Medical College, Indore IV 71.99 29.21
15 Maharashtra 1. Grant Medical College & Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai I 92.69
2. Government Medical College, Nagpur II 120.25
3. Govt. Medical College, Aurangabad III 53.70 45.05
4.Govt. Medical College, Latur III 53.98 42.64
5.Govt. Medical College, Akola III 41.74 52.25
6. ShriVasantraoNaik Govt. Medical College, Yavatmal. III 34.81 67.15
16 Odisha 1.MKCG Medical College, Behrampur III 71.94 36
2.VSS Medical College, Burla. III 45.72 46.63
3.Government Medical College, Cuttack IV 14.61 33.85
17 Punjab 1. Government Medical College, Amritsar II 25.61 64.53
2. Govt. Medical College, Patiala III 58.22 34.80
18 Rajasthan 1.SP Medical College, Bikaner III 56.62 43.94
2.RNT Medical College, Udaipur III 48.01 53.86
3.Govt. Medical College, Kota III 52.90 38.94
4.Government Medical College, Jaipur IV 57.77 27.36
19 Tamil Nadu 1.Government Medical College, Salem I 84.91 4.29
2.Government Medical College, Madurai II 71.10 28.67
3.Thanjavur Medical College, Thanjavur III 65.72 39.01
4.Tirunelveli Medical College, Tirunelveli III 66.81 44.17
20 Telangana 1. Nizam Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad I 82.32 7.68
2.Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Adilabad III 62.58 41
3.Kakatiya Medical College, Warangal III 63.65 42.50
21 Tripura 1.Agartala Govt. Medical College, Tripura III 80.65 12.66
22 Uttar Pradesh 1. SGPGIMS, Lucknow I 45.76 42.53
2. Trauma Centre (TC) in IMS, BHU, Varanasi I 64.60 33.08
3.Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College of Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh II 79.35 21.50
4.Govt. Medical College, Jhansi III 63.20 38.29
5.Govt. Medical College, Gorakhpur III 78.12 40
6.MLN Medical College, Allahabad III 56.12 44.69
7.LLR Medical College, Meerut III 64.36 52.27
8.Government Medical College, Agra IV 32.36 27.65
9.Government Medical College, Kanpur IV 40.54 40.87
10.SSB at Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU, Varanasi V(A) 80.76 31.38
11.RIO at Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU, Varanasi V(B) 26.66
24 West Bengal 1.Kolkata Medical College, Kolkata I 73.56 11.43
2.BS Medical College, Bankura III 66.98 45
3.Govt. Medical College, Malda III 43.08 54.95
4.North Bengal Medical College, Darjeeling III 52.47 50

 

The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Sh Ashwini Kumar Choubey stated this in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha here today.

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