Pravara University

May 28, 2010

Campus Environment

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The lush green campus of the University is spread over an area of 120 acres, on Manmad – Nashik State Highway. The campus is beautifully planned and landscaped from utility and aesthetic point of view. The spacious environment has earned the distinction of being one of the best medical complexes in the country.
The well-laid out University campus has spacious asphalted roads, gardens, children’s parks, social and health clubs, water treatment plants, underground drainage, well illuminated street lights, moderately furnished residential quarters with intercom telephone and internet facility and uninterrupted power and water supply for the teaching and non-teaching staff and utility complex.
An ancient temple of Hindu Goddess “Durga” located within the University Campus on a natural hillock with dense vegetation around is a spot of attraction for both students and staff. Horticulture garden with trees like Mango, Coconut, Guava, Pomegranate across the campus, adds beauty to the pollution free environment. The rich vegetation in the campus acts as a conducive habitat for peacocks and variety of birds. For More Detail

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May 26, 2010

International Students Gateway

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Admission Policy FN (Foreign Nationals) / PIO (Persons of Indian Origin) / NRI (Non-Resident Indians) Category

International Students | Documents Required | Eligibility | Equivalence | Admission Procedure| Application Form | Step By Step procedure of Admission | Award of Degree
The International Students Cell:
The International Students Cell will provide necessary guidance for admission. All correspondence relating to international students admission should be addressed to the Office of International relations of the Institution. int.coordinator@pmtpims.org

Seat Distribution: 15 % seats of each course are allocated in this category.
International Students:

  1. Foreign students: Students holding passports issued by foreign countries including people of Indian origin who have acquired the nationality of foreign countries.
  2. Non Resident Indians (NRI): Only those Non Resident Indian students who have studied and passed the qualifying examinations from schools or colleges in foreign countries will be included as international students. This will include the students studying in the schools or colleges situated in foreign countries even if affiliated to the Boards of Secondary Education or Universities located in India, but will not include students studying in those schools or colleges (situated in India) and affiliated to the Boards of Secondary Education or Universities of foreign countries. Students passing the qualifying examinations from Boards or Universities located in foreign countries as external students and dependants of NRI studying in India will not merit the status of international students. Entry level status of International students on entry to the country will be maintained.To Know More Click Here……………..

May 21, 2010

Department of Surgery – Rural Medical College

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Vision & Mission
This department aims to provide proper direction, requisite training and the correct attitude to all those who have taken upon themselves the onus of tending to the sick and wounded in various types of calamities including accidents.
Impress upon them the enormous responsibility that is consequent of the patient, rural & urban, consenting to go under one’s knife.
It also strives to provide an intellectually stimulating environment to motivate and inspire students of surgery at all levels in their quest for knowledge and to enable them to realize their potential to the fullest extent, and serve the community with holistic approach also.
Departmental Activity
Department is actively involved in teaching, patient care, research, CME Organisation. Eminent dignitaries have visited the institution and surgery department.

Operation theatres:
2 Major, 1 Septic and 1 Minor. (Total- 4)
Surgery operation theatre has digital video camera for recording of operations and students can see them live. This prevents unnecessary crowding in operating room. These recording are then edited and kept in ECMC & departmental library for teaching.For More Details…

May 19, 2010

CARE WITH COMPASSION – Department of Medicine

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Introduction
Department of medicine is a major department of RMC Loni. It has important functions of indoor and outdoor patient care, teaching of undergraduate & postgraduate students, medical research & health education of masses. Undergraduate education was started in 1984& Post graduation in medicine was started in 1991.
Since its establishment in 1984 it has been training medical students and has thus produced excellent medical care givers for the country. Till date 49 postgraduate students have passed from the department.
Mission

To encourage development of an attitude of compassion and empathy for human suffering, to create an academic atmosphere conducive to assimilation of scientific knowledge, and to encourage logical application of the knowledge to ameliorate the suffering of society.

Department Highlights
The department is well equipped with teaching &learning resources as per the guidelines of Medical Council of India for Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses that are being conducted. We are placed at spacious opd complex on the ground floor. There are consultation rooms for individual faculties, seminar rooms, departmental museum, research lab and a well stocked departmental library.More Details…..

May 14, 2010

Rural Medical College – Department of Anaesthesiology

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Historical Background
The Department of Anesthesiology and Critical care was established in the year 1984.Now it is part of the Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed University). Many developments have changed the life of the department of Anesthesiology. This service specialty not only has changed its appearance from a technology to a full- fledged science of Anesthesiology, but also is almost on the threshold of branching into subspecialties. It has progressed from a very small department to one of the biggest departments.
Introduction
The Department of Anesthesiology forms a key link between surgical team and the patients undergoing surgical procedures. The role of anesthesiologists is becoming more and more challenging with rising of life expectancy and technological advances in surgical field.
A dedicated team of 12 consultants are ably assisted by tutors and residents. Anesthesiologists have crossed the confines of O.T to grow as Intensivists, Pain Specialists, and Resuscitation specialists/ Triage experts in casualty/ ICU and to provide service in Radio-diagnosis, Cardiac catheterization laboratories, Electro-Convulsive therapy, Narco-Analysis, Radio-therapy, Respiratory therapy units.
Anaesthesiologist as “Super Specialist” expertise in peri-operative management of patients. Department strives to achieve a perfect balanced equilibrium in providing services, Postgraduate and Undergraduate training, and exploring the frontiers of research. To know more click here….

May 12, 2010

Department of Preventive & Social Medicine

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Introduction:
Department of Preventive and Social Medicine was started in 1984 in Rural Medical College.
The department is involved in teaching, research and extension activities.
Goal:
To prepare students as competent first level physicians suited to cater need of community in Indian context.
Mission Statement:

  1. Empowering the students with knowledge, skills & positive attitude to work as first level contact physicians.
  2. To produce health professionals capable of providing integrated preventive, promotive & curative health services to the community. Keeping in mind Health Problem in Indian Context, National Health Policy and Programs.
  3. To be able to appreciate Sociopsychological, Cultural, economic & environmental factors affecting health.
  4. To sharpen the behavior changes communication skills of young minds so that they can guide the services of fraternity on the tracks to positive health.
  5. To strive for excellence in research aimed at developing appropriate technology / strategies for prevention and control of communicable & non-communicable diseases as per needs of the community.
  6. To use principles of epidemiology & biostatistics as scientific tool to make rational decisions relevant ot community & individual patient intervetion.To Know More Click Here…..

May 7, 2010

MBA BioScience at Pravara

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M.B.A. Bioscience Management :    {M.B.A. : Master in Business Administration}

Level : BioScience Postgraduate Course

Institute : BioScience Management School, Chincholi, Nashik Campus

Intake Capacity : 60 seats

Semester/Duration : 2 years

Aims & Content :

The program’s goal is to provide students with an education that will help them further their leadership careers in bioscience oriented businesses and organizations. The program directly addresses how to achieve success in the bioscience marketplace and emphasizes leadership; organizational, financial and marketing management; and bioscience R&D management’ product development, commercialization and entrepreneurship.

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Dept. of Pharmacology at Pravara

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Rural Medical College Loni was established in the year 1984. The department of pharmacology initiated its teaching activities one and half year later.

The department caters services to undergraduates of Medicine, Dentistry, Physiotherapy & Nursing faculty.
In addition to services for undergraduates department of pharmacology also shoulders the responsibility of teaching and training postgraduate students of pharmacology.
The department is actively involved in need based research in the applied pharmacology and therapeutics.
Vision
Evidence Based Education & Need Based Research in Pharmacology
Mission
To impart an effective academic research and training activities, for undergraduate and post graduate students.
The department aims at equipping students with the knowledge of rational drug therapy, its importance and application.
The department aims to train the budding doctors with knowledge of correct prescription writing and its medico legal importance.
The department aims with the postgraduate training in order to excel them as good academicians or a research scholar.
The department aims to undertake the research activities to develop the cost effective drugs to meet the needs of the poor socioeconomic class.

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