Select the academic year of your choice to see the deadlines. Students can have a better understanding of the type of questions that are asked in the final exam and can use the MGIMS — PMT Previous Year Papers as a reference to filter the topics from the syllabus on which questions are frequently asked. These papers can be solved section wise or topic wise depending upon the preparation of the students. There is a countdown timer associated with these papers and thus it is an exact simulation of the exam environment. Sometimes the final exam also has questions from previous year papers and thus gives a scoring advantage to the candidates who have already solved them.
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It is managed by the Kasturba Health Society. It is well connected with other parts of the country by rail and road links. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport at Nagpur is about 70 km away from the institute. It is the first rural medical college in India. It was started by Dr Sushila Nayyar. The institute takes pride in the fact that its Kasturba Hospital , started in , is the only hospital started by the father of the nation himself.
The courses offered by the institute are . The institute enrolls students every year. Earlier the institute was having special reservations for students from rural areas of the count and the institute was having its own premedical test PMT examination, which includes a multiple choice question test on physics , chemistry and biology and a special theory paper on Gandhian thoughts. The institute offers postgraduate training in almost all important disciplines of medical science.
The Kasturba Hospital was started in by Sushila Nayar , close associate of Gandhi and his personal physician. From bed hospital, Kasturba Hospital at Sevagram has now grown into a nearly bed teaching hospital located in Sevagram , about 8 km from Wardha town, and offers tertiary care healthcare facilities to rural patients.
Over a hour period, close to patients access outpatient care in the hospital, hospital pharmacies deal with prescriptions, patients seek admission to the hospital wards, 14 patients undergo major surgeries, 12 babies are delivered, and 20 units of blood are transfused.
In addition, patients undergo radiography, 65 ultrasound examinations, 14 computed tomography, and seven patients have a magnetic resonance imaging scan. The laboratories report biochemical tests, complete blood counts, serologic tests, 20 cytology samples and 15 biopsy specimens. A team of a little over consultants, residents, 60 interns, and nurses - all staying on campus - continues its tradition of excellence.
Supported by laboratories known for their quality, and staffed by doctors known for quality of care, patient safety and reputation in central India, the hospital is committed for providing affordable and appropriate care to the population it serves. Facility- as well as community-based research is conducted in areas like maternal, neonatal, and child health care, infectious diseases, nutritional illnesses, lifestyle and disorders.
They also coordinated the monitoring of ICDS activities throughout the state conducted by selected medical colleges identified for this purpose. The Clinical Epidemiology Unit started its first activity with a capacity building program of its members. The unit has also started an orientation program for all the new post-graduate students who take admission at MGIMS, Sevagram. The institute is unique in following the Gandhian principles. It brings about a unique rich culture in the institute.
The staff and the students participate in shram daan. The institute follows a strict vegetarianism policy. Alcohol consumption is prohibited in the institute.
The newly admitted students spend 15 days in the Sevagram Ashram for the orientation to the Gandhian way of life. They follow the Ashram rules during these days. Some activities include Shramdan and spinning khadi. There are lectures from people from various runs of life. Every batch of medical students is allotted a small village from around Wardha.
The students stay in that village for 15 days. Each student is allotted a certain number of families. He is responsible for the health concerns of all its members. The students spend this time giving health information to their families.
They also learn a great deal about the real problems of the rural masses. The villagers are all given a free health checkup and are investigated for basic infections like malaria and filaria. This is a day exercise where students learn aspects of Public Health and get hands on experience of the rural India.
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Admission Notice MBBS (2012-13)
The Prospectus and Application Form with syllabus, question papers of Gandhian thought for the last 5 years, with model question papers of Physics Chemistry and Biology can be had from the office of the Dean either by -. The last date of receipt of filled up application along with Entrance Examination fee is 29th February, and with additional late fee is 10th March, The details of submission of entrance examination fee are given in the prospectus. The candidate must attain 17 years of age on or before 31st December of the year of admission.
Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences
It is managed by the Kasturba Health Society. It is well connected with other parts of the country by rail and road links. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport at Nagpur is about 70 km away from the institute. It is the first rural medical college in India. It was started by Dr Sushila Nayyar.
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