Admission in Subbaiah Institute Of Medical Sciences

 

About the College:

Subbaiah Institute of Medical Science was established in the year 2003. The Institute was formed by Sri. T Subbaramaiah, whose dream was to provide quality education for the students in the field of medical science. The campus sweeps an area of 32 acres of greenery and it is also covered by state of the art infrastructure facilities.  

 

Admission in Subbaiah Institute Of Medical Sciences

 

The organization owes this astonishing advancement to our devoted Management and a conferred educating staff. Inside a seriously aggressive condition, the college has received a dynamic, worldwide, high calibre, inventive and open approach in therapeutic instruction, and also innovative work. The College is settled with air conditioning and computerized library supplements the rich learning background. The campus also has a research and development section, which works really hard to find new ways to develop and grow a students personality.

 

The Institute is recognised by [UGC] and also approved by Medical Council of India [MCI]. Subbaiah Medical College faculty members are always ready to help. They has a fleet of well trained and cooperative staff and faculty members. Subbaiah Institute of Medical Science, Shivamogga is one of the best medical colleges in India.

 

Eligibility Criteria for Admission in Subbaiah Institute Of Medical Sciences

 

The candidate should have passed 10+2 from a recognised university or board with an aggregate of minimum 50% marks. They should have taken Physics, Chemistry and Biology as their major three subjects and English as one compulsory subject. The University or Board must be recognised by National Council of Educational Research and Training [NCERT]. As for the candidate which belongs to scheduled caste and scheduled tribe, they have to score an aggregate of minimum 40% marks instead of 50%.

 

Course Offered:

 

  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery [MBBS]

 

The course comprises of 3 stages. Students are admitted to the Pre-Clinical Phase which is also known as Phase 1. Each year consists of 1 term.

 

They examine the subjects of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry. As Phase 1 ends, they show up for the MBBS Phase-I examination in the University. After effectively finishing the Pre-Clinical course, the students enter the Para-Clinical, which is known as Phase 2. It consists of one and a half years and includes 3 terms. During that period they examine Microbiology, Pharmacology, Pathology and Forensic Medicine. In this stage, the students likewise take in a piece of the clinical subjects. They show up for the Phase-II college examinations toward the finish of the one and a half years.

 

On fruitful fulfilment of Phase-II, the students enter Phase-III which is of two years term, having clinical subjects as a major aspect of the examination. Toward the finish of one year (2 terms), they take the Phase-III (Part-1) examinations including the subjects E.N.T, Ophthalmology and Community Medicine.

 

Toward the finish of the following one year (the last 2 terms), the understudy answers the Phase-III (Part-2) examinations including the subjects Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics and Orthopedics.

 

Direct Admission in Subbaiah Institute Of Medical Sciences

through Management Quota

 

Candidates from national and international countries take admission in Subbaiah Institute Of Medical Sciences through management quota. As the institutions take a keen interest in the careers of every student, they gave each student a chance for developing a better career for themselves. And that’s why the institutions provide admissions in management quota. The candidates must have provided a certain amount of donation for the fund of Oxford Medical College trust. The university provides personality development classes and soft skill classes for the students. They build a stage for the students to develop and mould their skills to face the harsh corporate world.

 

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