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Proposal for setting up a Medical College

The Government proposes to set up a society to establish Health Care Institutions in the state, with the sole idea to promote Health and educational facility in the state. At the same time, it is also desired that the institutions after commissioning are able to generate part or the whole of the operational cost so as to self sustain itself.

The society will plan the institutions on a module to provide for the social obilgations of the state, benefit the poor patients, create educational opportunities and develop hitech infrastructure in the state. If possible, the health care instututions will also attract medical tourism. The society will be fully funded by the Govt. to the extent of initial establishment. After commissioning, the institutions will self sustain in a phased manner.

The Govt. and the Society both desire to have a module where the project is set up in terms of planning, construction, equipment installation and commissioning by a single agency. The cost is fully financed on nominal interest rates. The repayment is commenced only after the institution is handed over. The repayment is met in part through the income generated through operations of the institution. It is also desired that the single agency taking up the project, also arranges finance for the institutions.

In view of the above, Enraf Nonius Projects India Limited ENPIL) makes the following offer

1. The company will plan, design, execute and fund the project.
2. The funding will be made at nominal rate of interest
3. The repayment will commence when the project is handed over.

The following institutions are recommended

1. Medical College for 100 MBBS admissions, expandable to 150 admissions and post graduation.
2. 500 bed general hospital designed as per guidelines of Medical Council of India and NABH.
3. 250 bed private hospital for those who can afford treatment
4. School and college of Nursing
5. Paramedical Institute
6. Hospital Management Institute
7. College of Physiotheapy
8. Pharmacy Instutute
9. Institute of skill development in hospital related activities

Some of the areas from where income will be generated is given below

1. Admission to MBBS and post graduate seats to the limit permissible by Govt. regulations.
2. Fees received from paid category of students to the limit permissible as per regulations.
3. Admissions to Hospital management Institute and other institutes
4. Charges from Private hospital
5. Revenue from Medical Tourism
6. Charges from various departments on contract like imaging, laboratory, Cardiology etc.
7. Revenue generated from facilities like Chemist Shop, Canteen, parking, bank etc

Requirement to be fulfilled for the above institutions

1. Plot of minimum area of 30 acres
2. Payment to regulatory agencies as official charges

A detailed report for the Medical college is attached. However the report will be tailor made as per the actual requirement once the plot and other details are available. The report of other colleges will be made as per the requirement.

Preamble

The institutions will be run by the society as above.

The College will be housed in a unitary campus with the teaching hospital located at the same campus. The hospital will be planned in a manner so as to have adequate room for future expansion.

The medical college will have a college council comprising of Head of departments as members. Dean will be the chair person of the council. The council will meet 4 times in a year to draw up the details of curriculum and training programme., and other academic matters. The council will also organize interdepartmental meetings like grand rounds, statistical meetings and clinico pathological meetings including periodical research review in the Institution regularly.

The medical college is projected as a college having 100 undergraduate admission per year and a hospital of total 500 beds to support the medical teaching and training programmes conforming to the norms of Medical Council of India. (Initially a 300 bedded hospital will be started that will be upgraded to a 500 bedded hospital in a phased manner) A school of nursing approved by the Nursing Council of India and a para medical training institute will also be started in the second phase.

The college hospital is projected as a secondary care general speciality hospital imparting teaching to undergraduate medical students initially and a superspeciality hospital with introduction of post-graduate programme later. The hospital will be planned in a way so as to accommodate expansion whenever required.

The project will follow the concept of modern and scientific principles of hospital planning. The concept of hospital planning that will be kept in mind all through the planning of the medical college will be that „design must satisfy the professional requirement of various professionals and staff who will work in the hospital as also the requirement of patients and the community at large.?The hospital will have a well equipped round the clock emergency service component, a research component to provide research facility for the community problems and also facility for teaching and training.

The beds of the hospital will broadly be arranged on the concept of Progressive Patient Care (PPC) and planned in a department-wise manner for ease of treatment and for teaching.

The hospital will be dedicated to provide medical services to the community at large. The services will be comparable to the best in the State and the adjoining areas. The desired standards will be achieved through the following measures:
•Selection of high quality staff in the medical, paramedical and nursing section and highly skilled and trained staff with adequate previous experience of large hospitals in the teaching, administrative and advisory capacity.
•Acomprehensive range of diagnostic services through induction of latest diagnostic facilities and will regularly upgrade the facilities as and when new diagnostic techniques are introduced. Hospital will keep in touch with the latest advances in diagnostic science.
•Training of staff which will be inservice, on the job, training tours, training in specialised centres of the country and overseas training wherever indicated.
•Regular audit of the performance of the college and the hospital as also the associated staff including medical audit.
•Through a regular feedback from the patients of the practical application of the services planned. This will be done by interpersonal contact with the patients and through a patient questionnaire system.
•Hospital will encourage the doctors and teachers associated with it to participate in scientific sessions and conferences as well as promote scientific research where ever possible. Doctors will publish papers on scientific sessions and conferences of the rare and interesting cases treated in the hospital. They will also be expected to prepare educational booklets and material.
•Collegeand the hospital will develop contacts with advanced medical centers at national and international level and invite outside doctors of repute to bring latest medical technology to the hospital.
•Through development of various exchange programmes.

OBJECTIVES

The medical college and the hospital will have a hierchy of objectives viz. – service, training and research. The most important objective for which the hospital will make all-out effort will be to ensure high quality of service at an affordable cost to the community at large, especially to the weaker section. The out-patient services will be provided on the concept of polyclinics and referral clinics. This will ensure that these patients in the out-patient department, who require more time from the medical care team will be given more time and those patients whose illness are trivial in nature and need less time will be given time accordingly. This will ensure adequate time management; interalia time and quality based on the patients morbidity requirements. The out-patient service will be provided not only through morning hours but also through special clinics in the afternoon and evening.

The hospital will take services to the community as out-reach-programmes through camp approach, domiciliary care, home care programme and through primary health centre so that the hospital becomes truly an integral part of the community. This is also required to impart training to the students.

TRAINING

The hospital is primarily a training institution. In addition to the formal training that will be imparted to the medical and nursing students, all categories of staff will be subjected to proper training from the day of joining. The training will be in service and on the job. A number of paramedical and other training programmes will start later.

PRINCIPLES

The following principles have been kept in mind for the proposed Medical College and Hospital Project:
•Theprinciple of design will satisfy the functional requirement of professionals, students and patient.
•Themedical college & hospital planning will be a ” tea” approach;where all members of the team put in their total efforts for its success.
•Theteam will take into consideration all aspects of planning viz. physical planning, equipment planning, human resource planning, development of systems etc and ensure that they are in accordance to the requirement of Medical Council of India.
•PERTwill be extensively used to monitor the project so that there is no over run on time and cost.

PLANNING PARAMETERS

The parametres kept in mind for the smooth working of the college are:
•Adequate suitable water supply from 2 independent sources. Water Harvesting will be ensured.
•Adequate provision of effluent disposal.
•Suitable provision for garbage and waste disposal.
•Roundthe clock availability of electricity through regular electricity supply and back up from stand by generators.
•Provision of communication facility through EPABX, public address system etc.
•Adequate provision of residential accommodation to ensure efficiency of the institution. The accommodation planned will also conform to the requirements of the Medical Council of India.

Departments of the College

•HumanAnatomy
•HumanPhysiology including Bio Physics
•BioChemistry
•Pathology (Including Blood Bank)
•Microbiology
•Pharmacology
•Forensic Medicine including Toxicology
•Community Medicine
•Medicine
•Paediatrics
•Psychiatry
•Dermatology, Venerealogy and Leprosy
•Tuberculosis and Respiratory diseases
•Surgeryincluding Paediatric Surgery
•Orthopaedics
•Radiodiagnosis
•Radiotherapy
•Otorhinolaryngology
•Ophthalmology
•Obstetrics & Gynaecology
•Dentistry
•Oncology

Scope of departments

(i)ANATOMY covering:
1.Human Anatomy
2.Histology
3.Human Embryology and
4.Applied Anatomy

(ii)Physiology covering:
1.Human Physiology
2.Experimental Physiology and Biophysics

(iii)Biochemistry

(iv)Pharmacology covering:
1.Pharmacy and Pharmacological Chemistry
2.Experimental Pharmacology
3.Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics

(v)Pathology covering:
1.Morbid Anatomy
2.Chemical Pathology
3.Clinical Pathology
4.Hematology

(vi)Microbiology covering:
1.Microbiology
2.Immunology
3.Parasitology
4.Virology & Mycology

(vii)Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

(viii)Social & Preventive Medicine covering:
1.Preventive Health Service
2.Social Medicine
3.Family Planning
4.Rural and Urban Health Training
5.Health Education

(ix)Medicine covering.
1.General Medicine
2.Paediatrics
3.Therapeutics
4.Infectious Diseases
5.Skin & VD and Leprosy
6.Tuberculosis and Chest diseases
7.Psychiatry
8.Radiology (Medical Aspects)

(x)Surgery Covering
1.General Surgery
2.Orthopaedics
3.Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)
4.Opthalmology (Eye)
5.Anaesthesiology
6.Dentistry
7.Operative Surgery including Surgical Anatomy
8.Radiology (Surgical Aspects)

(xi)Obstetrics & Gynaecology covering
1.Obstetrics
2.Antenatal and Post Natal Care
3.Gynaecology
4.Family Planning

Note: Teaching will be collaborative and integrated between different departments and sections.

ACCOMODATION

The college complex will provide the following accommodation:
1.Residential accommodation for students, residents, doctors and staff
2.Accommodation for the College – Teaching wing
3.Accommodation for the Hospital

ACCOMODATION FOR COLLEGE

The college will be located near the teaching hospital to ensure ease of communication and optimum utilization of teaching facilities.

COMMON FACILITIES

Library

The college will provide for a central Library with seating arrangement for over a 100 students. The library will have good lighting and ventilation and adequate space for stocking and display of books and journals. The library will have over 7000 taxt anf reference books. Over a 100 journals will be provided of which one third will be foreign journals and will be subscribed on continuous basis.

Lecture Theatres

The college will provide for 4 lecture theatres of gallery type 3 of which will have a seating capacity of 120 sudents and one will have a seating capacity of 250 students. The lecture theatres will have a good acoustic arrangement with independent audiovisual aids.

Auditorium and Examination Hall

The college will have an auditorium with a seating capacity of 600 persons. The hall will be airconditioned.

Central Photographic Section

The college will have a central prhotghraphic section with facility for studio, dark room enlarging and Photostat work. It will have accommodation for artists and Medical Illustrators and Modellers. It will also have facility for micro-photography and mounting.

Central Workshop

The college will have a central workshop having facility for repair of mechanical, electrical and electronic equipments of college and the hospital. It will be manned by qualified staff.

Animal House

There will be a Centrel Animal House for maintenance breeding and supply of animals and facilities for experiments.

Statistical Unit

The college will have a centralized computersied statistical unit.

Medical Education Unit

The college will have a Medical Education Unit for faculty development and providing teaching and learning resource material.

Research Work

Adequate provision will be made for research work along with each of the departments

Playground

There will be a play round for the staff and students. A physical Instructor will look after the sports activities.

Electricity

Provision for continous electricity supplyj will be made through back up generators.

DEPARTMENTAL PLANNING

DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY

A.DEMONSTRATION ROOMS
•- There will be 2 demonstration rooms each with a capacity to accommodate 50 students.
•- The demonstration rooms will be located close to the dissection hall and the departmental museum.
•- The demonstration rooms will be fitted with suitable audio-visual aids.

B.DISSECTION HALL
•- The hall will be large enough to accommodate 200 students at a time.
•- Adequate provision will be made for ventilation and lighting.
•- Flooring will be made of marble or mosaic.
•- Walls will be glazed till 6 feet height. Slate boards will be provided.
•- The hall will have mosaic tanks for preservation of the dissected parts.
•- The hall will have anteroom for student lockers.
•- There will be sufficient wash places.

C. HISTOLOGY SECTION
•- The section will have work benches with a seating capacity of 60 students
•- The work benches will have sufficient provision for water taps, sinks, cupboards ad electric points
•- The room will be planned so as to face northwards
•- Anteroom will be provided for technicians
•- Store will be provided for storage of equipment’s.
•- One preparation room will be provided.
•- A separate work room will be provided for advanced work.

D.RADIOLOGY SECTION

•- The demonstration room for radiology section will have a capacity to accommodate 25 students
•- Adequate stereoscopic viewing boxes will be provided
•- The section will have adequate shelves for storage of skiagrams.

E.RESEARCH

The component of research will be built in, in the curriculum. The research section will provide room space adequate to permit professors, senior faculty staff and post graduate students to actively participate in research.

F.MUSEUM

The anatomical samples form a very important part of the teaching process of Anatomy. The samples will be housed in the anatomy museum. The college will plan a well developed Anatomy museum. Requirements of the museum will be as under:
•- It will have adequate seating accommodation for students to study.
•- The museum will have adequate racks and shelves for storing and proper display of wet specimens, embryological sections and models.
•- There will be adequate provisions for revolving stands and trolley tables, etc.

G.DEPARTMENT LIBRARY -CUM-SEMINAR ROOM
•- Adequate accommodation will be provided for departmental library-cum-seminar room.
•- There will be sufficient seating capacity for students reading purposes.
•- Adequate shelves will be provided for various books, journals and other reading materials.

H.ACCOMODATION AND PROVISION FOR
•- Storage of cadavers
•- Maceration chamber
•- Instruments and chemicals
•- Bones and skeletons
•- Preparation, embalming and injection of cadavers

I.WORKING ACCOMODATION FOR STAFF
•- Accommodation for professors, associate professors, reader, Asstt. Professor, lecturer and demonstrators.
•- Working accommodation for non-teaching staff

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY

A.DEMONSTRATION ROOMS
•- There will be 2 demonstration rooms each with a capacity to accommodate 50 students.
•- The rooms will be located within the department.
•- The demonstration rooms will have suitable audio-visual aids

B.AMPHIBIAN AND MAMALIAN LABORATORY
•- It will be used for animal experiments.
•- The laboratory will have a capacity to accommodate 60 students.
•- It will have facilities for preparation, varnishing and smoking

C.HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY

It will provide accommodation for the following facilities:
•- Facility for blood studies
•- Determination of basal metabolism
•- For blood gas analysis
•- Blood pressure measurments
•- Recording of pulse and respiration
•- Testing of special senses

D.DEPARTMENT LIBRARY -CUM-SEMINAR ROOM
•- Adequate accommodation will be provided for departmental library-cum-seminar room.
•- There will be sufficient seating capacity for students reading purposes.
•- Adequate shelves will be provided for various books, journals and other reading materials.

E.RESEARCH

The component of research will be built in, in the curriculum. The research section will provide room space adequate to permit professors, senior faculty staff and post graduate students to actively participate in research.

F.ANIMAL ROOM
•- Provision will be made for keeping animals for experiments
•- Provision will also be made for a Frog tank

G.ACCOMODATION FOR FACULTY AND STAFF
•- Accommodation for professors, associate professors, reader, Asstt. professor, lecturer and demonstrators
•- Working accommodation for non-teaching staff

DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

A.DEMONSTRATION ROOM
•- There will be one demonstration room with a seating capacity of 50 students
•- The room will be located within the department
•- It will be equipped with audio-visual aids

B.PRACTICAL CLASS ROOM (Biochemistry laboratory)
•- The laboratory will have sufficient accommodation for 60 students.
•- It will have laboratory benches fitted with shelves, cupboards, water taps, sinks, electric and gas points
•- It will have an anteroom for technicians
•- It will have a store for keeping equipment
•- Preparation room

C.DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY CUM SEMINAR ROOM
•- Adequate accommodation will be provided for departmental library-cum-seminar room.
•- There will be sufficient seating capacity for students reading purposes.
•- Adequate shelves will be provided for various books, journals and other reading materials.

D.RESEARCH WING

The component of research will be built in, in the curriculum. The research section will provide room space adequate to permit professors, senior faculty staff and post graduate students to actively participate in research.

E.ACCOMODATION FOR FACULTY AND STAFF
•- Accommodation for professors, associate professors, reader, Asstt. professor, lecturer and demonstrators
•- Working accommodation for non-teaching staff

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY

A.DEMONSTRATION ROOM
•- There will be one demonstration room with a seating capacity of 50 students
•- The room will be located within the department
•- It will be equipped with audio-visual aids

B.EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY LABORATORY
•- Room with a capacity to accommodate 60 students.
•- Anterooms with facility for smoking and varnishing of kymograph papers.
•- Store for equipment’s.
•- Anteroom for technicians

C.PRACTICAL PHARMACY LABORATORY
•- Room with a capacity to accommodate 60 students.
•- Room will be fitted with work benches and shelves with facility of water pipes and drainage
•- Anteroom for technicians
•- Store for equipments.

D.ANIMAL ROOM
•- The department will have an animal room to house animals for equipments.

E.LIBRARY-CUM-SEMINAR ROOM
•- Adequate accommodation will be provided for departmental library-cum-seminar room.
•- There will be sufficient seating capacity for students reading purposes.
•- Adequate shelves will be provided for various books, journals and other reading materials.

F.RESEARCH WING

The component of research will be built in, in the curriculum. The research section will provide room space adequate to permit professors, senior faculty staff and post graduate students to actively participate in research.

G.ACCOMODATION FOR FACULTY AND STAFF
•- Accommodation for professors, associate professors, reader, Asstt. professor, lecturer and demonstrators
•- Working accommodation for non-teaching staff

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY

A.DEMONSTRATION ROOM
•- There will be 2 demonstration rooms each with a capacity to accommodate 50 students.
•- The rooms will be located within the department.
•- The demonstration rooms will have suitable audio-visual aids

B.MORBID ANATOMY AND HISTOPATHOLOGY LABORATORY
•- The laboratory will have a capacity to accommodate 60 students.
•- It will have work benches with provision for gas, water and electricity points. Suitably placed sinks and microscope lights.

C.CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY LABORATORY
•- The laboratory will have a capacity to accommodate 60 students.
•- It will have work benches fitted with shelves for reagents.
•- It will have suitably placed electric, water and gas points.
•- It will have provision for cupboards.

D.HEMATOLOGY LABORATORY
•- The laboratory will have a capacity to accommodate 60 students.
•- It will have work benches with shelves
•- It will have suitable storage space.

E.SERVICE LABORATORY

A fully equipped service laboratory will be provided with the hospital associated with the Medical College (details in the report of Associated Hospital)

F.DEPARTMENTAL STORE

A department store will be provided with sufficient capacity for storage purposes.

G.A balance room will be provided which will also be used to keep high speed centrifuge.

H.A place will be provided to keep animals under experiment

I.MUSEUM

Pathology museum is a very important tool for Medical Education. Accordingly a well developed department museum will be developed. The museum will have sufficient accommodation.
•- To place showcase and cupboards for atleast 1000 samples.
•- It will have adequate seating capacity for students.
•- It will have a room for a surator

J.AUTOPSY BLOCK

The autopsy block will provide
•- Autopsy rooms
•- Facility for cold storage of cadavers.
•- Anteroom for technicians
•- Suitable washing facilities
•- Gallery will be provided for about 60 students in the post-martem room

Note: The autopsy block will be shared with the forensic department.

K.DEPARTMENTAL LIBRATY -CUM-SEMINAR ROOM
•- Adequate accommodation will be provided for departmental library-cum-seminar room.
•- There will be sufficient seating capacity for students reading purposes.
•- Adequate shelves will be provided for various books, journals and other reading materials.

L.ACCOMODATION FOR FACULTY AND STAFF
•- Accommodation for professors, associate professors, reader, Asstt. professor, lecturer and demonstrators
•- Working accommodation for non-teaching staff

M.RESEARCH

The component of research will be built in, in the curriculum. The research section will provide room space adequate to permit Professors, Senior faculty staff and post graduate students to actively participate in research.

DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY

A. DEMONSTRATION ROOMS
•- There will be 2 demonstration rooms each with a capacity to accommodate 50 students.
•- The rooms will be located within the department.
•- The demonstration rooms will have suitable audio-visual aids

B. SERVICE LABORATORY

For Bacteriology, Serology, Virology, Mycology, Parasitology, suitable equipment will be provided. (details with the report on Associated hospital)

C. MICROBIOLOGY ROOM
•- The room will provide accommodation for preperation of
1.Vaccines
2.Sera
3.Media for culture and their storage

D.ACCOMODATION FOR SEROLOGICAL WORK
•- Serological work will be done with the blood bank

E.ANIMAL ROOM FOR ANIMAL EXPERIMENTS
(Will be common with the pathology department)

F.DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY -CUM-SEMINAR ROOM
•- Adequate accommodation will be provided for departmental library-cum-seminar room.
•- There will be sufficient seating capacity for students reading purposes.
•- Adequate shelves will be provided for various books, journals and other reading materials.

G.RESEARCH

The component of research will be built in, in the curriculum. The research section will provide room space adequate to permit Professors, Senior faculty staff and post graduate students to actively participate in research.

H.ACCOMODATION FOR PROFESSOR AND STAFF
•- Accommodation for Professors, Associate Professors, Readers, Asstt. Professor, lecturer and demonstrators
•- Working accommodation for non-teaching staff

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL & PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

A.DEMONSTRATION ROOMS
•- There will be 2 demonstration rooms each with a capacity to accommodate 50 students.
•- The rooms will be located within the department.
•- The demonstration rooms will have suitable audio-visual aids

B.DEPARTMENTAL MUSEUM

The museum will display models, charts, specimens and material concerning communicable diseases, Community Health, Family Planning, bio statistics, sociology, etc. Sufficient space for all above will be provided.

C.LABORATORY WITH FACILITIES FOR MICROSCOPIC WORK

The laboratory attached to Anatomy, physiology or pathology will be used in common with the department

D.RESEARCH WING

The component of research will be built in, in the curriculum. The research section will provide room space adequate to permit Professors, Senior faculty staff and post graduate students to actively participate in research.

E.ACCOMODATION FOR PROFESSORS AND STAFF
•- Accommodation for Professors, Associate Professors, Readers, Asstt. Professor, lecturer and demonstrators
•- Working accommodation for non-teaching staff

F.DEMONSTRATION ROOMS
•- There will be 2 demonstration rooms each with a capacity to accommodate 50 students.
•- The rooms will be located within the department.
•- The demonstration rooms will have suitable audio-visual aids

G.RURAL TRAINING CENTRE

A rural training centre will be attached to the College. The training centre will have residential accommodation for medical and paramedical staff and trainees.

H.URBAN HEALTH TRAINING CONTRE

An urban health training centre will also be attached to the department for training purposes.

I.PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE

The social and preventive medicine department of the Medical College will have 3 primary health centres attached to it which deliver health care to the rural community. This will give a rural bias to the training of medical education.

DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE

A.AUTOPSY ROOM

The room will be shared in common with the Pathology department (Details given with Pathology department)

B.DEPARTMENTAL MUSEUM

The department will provide a museum for display of Medico-Legal specimens. It will have a limited seating capacity for students.

C.LABORATORY FOR EXAMINATION OF SPECIMENS

A departmental laboratory will be provided for examination of Medico Legal samples.

D.RESEARCH

The component of research will be built in, in the curriculum. The research section will provide room space adequate to permit Professors, Senior faculty staff and post graduate students to actively participate in research.

E.ACCOMODATION FOR PROFESSORS AND STAFF
•- Accommodation for Professors, Associate Professors, Readers, Asstt. Professor, lecturer and demonstrators
•- Working accommodation for non-teaching staff

BLOOD BANK

Blood Bank will provide the following accommodation:
•- Accommodation for Blood Bank officers and technicians
•- Reception room for donors
•- Bleeding room
•- Transfusion and recovery room
•- Laboratory for grouping, cross-matching & essential tests.
•- Store room
•- Autoclave room and sterilization facilities
•- Blood storage facility
•- Record room
•- Office

GENERAL

ADMINSTRATIVE BLOCK

The following accommodation will be provided for the Administration :
•- Principle/Dean’s office
•- Staff room
•- College council room
•- Office superintendent’s room
•- College office
•- Record room
•- Examination hall
•- Assembly hall
•- Common rooms for men and women
•- Cafeteria

CENTRAL LIBRARY

The college will provide a well equipped central library having :
1.Seatingspace for about 100 students for reading
2.Goodlighting and ventilation
3.Adequate space for stacking and display of books and journals

It will have the following accommodation :
•- Staff reading room
•- Room for librarian and other staff
•- Room for daftaries and book binders
•- Microfilm reading room
•- Journal room

PHOTOGRAPHIC AND AUDIO – VISUAL SECTION

The section will have the following facilities:
•- Accommodation for studio
•- Dark room
•- Enlarging and Photostat work
•- Accommodation for artists, medical illustrators, modelers, etc.

GAS PLANT

The college will provide a central gas plant or a number of smaller units as will be required. Adequate provision of gas will be assured.

CENTRAL ANIMAL HOUSE

The central animal house will provide accommodation and facility for maintenance, breeding and supply of animals and facilities for experimentation.

CENTRAL WORKSHOP

The college will have a central workshop with accommodation and facilities for repair of electrical, mechanical, carpentry and other equipments.

CENTRAL INCINERATOR PLANT

The college will have common with the hospital a central incinerator plant for incineration of ineffective, toxic and other waste, and also for the human organs and parts.

SANITARY FACILIT Y

Adequate sanitary facility will be provided for doctors, staff and students.

STAFF PLANNING

GENERAL
•Theemphasis will be on practical instruction and demonstration in small groups. Accordingly, the college will plan the number of teachers to be adequate to enable such instructions to be imparted effectively.
•Theteaching staff of all departments of the college will be on whole time basis. Private practice of any kind will not be permitted and non-practicing allowance will be given in lieu. In an occasional case of non-availability of whole time teachers, part-time teachers may be appointed. They will, however, be required to put in not less than 4 hours clinical and teaching duties per day.
•Thecollege will make an effort to provide adequate number of teachers of higher posts so that exposure of undergraduate students to experienced teachers could be ensured.

DEPARTMENT-WISE STAFF

DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY

1. Professor 1
2. Associate Professor/Reader 2
3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 3
4. Demonstrators/Tutors 5
5. Curator of Museum 1
6. Technical Assistant (Senior) 2
7. Technical Assistant (Junior) 2
8. Modeller 1
9. Storekeeper 1
10. Dissection hall attendants 6
11. Stenographer 1
12. Record clerk 1

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY

1. Professor 1
2. Associate Professor/Reader 2
3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 3
4. Demonstrators/Tutors 5
5. Lecturers in Biophysics 1
6. Technical Assistant (Senior) 1
7. Technical Assistant (Junior) 3
8. Storekeeper 1
9. Laboratory Attendants 3
10. Stenographer 1
11. Record clerk 1

DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY

1. Professor 1
2. Associate Professor/Reader 1
3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 2
4. Demonstrators/Tutors 2
5. Technical Assistant (Senior) 1
6. Technical Assistant (Junior) 1
7. Storekeeper 1
8. Laboratory Attendants 2
9. Stenographer 1
10. Record clerk 1

DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY

1. Professor 1
2. Associate Professor/Reader 1
3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 2
4. Demonstrators/Tutors 4
5. Pharmaceutical Chemist 1
6. Technician (Senior) 1
7. Technician (Junior) 2
8. Storekeeper 1
9. Stenographer 1
10. Record clerk 1
11. Laboratory Attendants 3

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY

1. Professor 1
2. Associate Professor/Reader 3
3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 4
4. Demonstrators/Tutors 9
5. Artist 1
6. Curator of Museum 1
7. Technician (Senior) 3
8. Technician (Junior) 7
9. Lab. Attendants 6
10. Stenographer 1
11. Record clerk 2
12. Store keeper 1

DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY

1. Professor 1
2. Associate Professor/Reader 1
3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 2
4. Demonstrators/Tutors 3
5. Technical Assistant (Senior) 1
6. Technical Assistant (Junior) 2
7. Laboratory Attendants 3
8. Storekeeper 1
9. Record clerk 1
10. Stenographer 1

DEPARTMENT OF PREVENTIVE & SOCIAL MEDICINE

(a) At college

1. Professor 1
2. Associate Professor/Reader 1
3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 2
4. Epidemiologist-cum-Lecturer 1
5. Statistician-cum-Lecturer 1
6. Tutor/Demonstrator 2
7. Medical social workers 2 (1 male, 1 females)
8. Technicians 2
9. Stenographer 1
10. Record clerk 1

(b) Staff for Rural Training Health Centre

(including field work and epidemiological studies)

1. Medical Officer of Health-cum-
Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 1
2. Lady Medical Officer 1
3. Medical Social Worker 2 (1 male, 1 females)
4. Public Health Nurse 1
5. Health Inspectors 2
6. Health Educator 1
7. Technicians 2
8. Peon 1
9. Van Driver 1
10. Store Keeper 1
11. Record clerk 1

(c) Urban Training Health Centre

1. Medical Officer of Health-cum-
Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 1
2. Lady Medical Officer 1
3. Medical Social Worker 2 (1 male, 1 females)
4. Public Health Nurse 1
5. Health Inspectors 2
6. Health Educator 1
7. Technicians 2
8. Peon 1
9. Van Driver 1
10. Store Keeper 1
11. Record clerk 1

DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE

1. Professor 1
2. Associate Professor/Reader 1
3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 1
4. Demonstrators/Tutors 2
5. Technicians 2
6. Laboratory Attendants 1
7. Stenographer 1
8. Store Keeper-cum-Clerk 1

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE

1. Professor 1
2. Associate Professor/Reader 3
3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturer 4
4. Chief Resident Tutor/Registrar 4
5. Resident/House Officer 12
6. Biochemist 1
7. ECG Technician 1
8. Technicians 3