Wednesday, 7 January 2015

09035924718@Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences MD/MS/MBBS Admissions 2018 Management Quota | mbbsenquiry

FOUNDER : Shri. Jaywantrao Bhosale


Shri. Jaywantrao Bhosale was born in the small village of Rethare BK in Satara district on 22nd Dec. 1924. He studied at Kolhapur and Pune acquiring the degrees of BA & LLB. He was elected as the Chairman of one of the first co-operative sugar factories in India in 1959.
In the next 30 years as Chairman of one of the largest and richest co-operative sugar factory in India he gave new direction and leadership to the industry which underwent transformation from merely an industry to an instrument of social change. It was during his tenure that besides sugar, alcohol, acetone, paper started being manufactured from sugarcane.
He served as President of the Deccan Sugar Technologists Association, Chairman of the Maharashtra Federation of Co-operative Sugar Factories (1967-69), member of the Finance Committee of Government of India and member of the State Legislative Council.
His foray into education started with the establishment of Shetkari Shikshan Prasarak Mandal (Society for Promotion of Education in Farmers) in 1964. The Society runs many schools and colleges in the rural area and these institutions were among the first to encourage and promote education for girls in villages. In 1974 he established the Krishna Charitable Trust.
In 1982 the Krishna Hospital was started with 200 beds and in 1984 he succeeded in persuading the Government of Maharashtra and the then Chief Minister Shri. Vasantrao Dada Patil to allow private participation in medical schools and engineering colleges. The Late Chief Minister was a member of the Board of Trustees and a guiding force. The Medical College has now grown into a large organization with 840 bedded modern hospital and facilities for critical care, joint replacements, lithotripsy, endoscopic surgeries, dialysis etc.
In the year 2005 the KIMS was declared as “Deemed University” by the MHRD of Govt. of India and new constituent colleges have been added viz. School of Dental Sciences, Krishna School of Physiotherapy, Krishna Institute of Nursing Sciences, Krishna Institute of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics and Krishna Institute of Pharmacy.Shri. Jaywantrao Bhosale embarked upon a journey to educate, to give opportunity, to improve the quality of life in the rural areas and this journey continues with his guidance and inspiration.
Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences University Karad is located in Western Maharashtra, India against the background of mountains and valleys. The campus is spread over 60 acres and is well connected by national highway to Mumbai & Pune International Airport. The constituent colleges of the University include Medical, Dental, Physiotherapy, Nursing and Biotechnology offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses in respective faculties. It also runs Ph.D. programs in Anatomy, Community Medicine, Pharmacology, Microbiology and Nursing. The medical college is about 29 years old and is recognized by the Medical Council of India, Medical Council of Malaysia and is listed in the WHO’s world directory of Medical Schools. MBBS and postgraduate degree/diploma courses in clinical and basic sciences in 17 disciplines are recognized by Medical Council of India. It also admits the international students from all over the globe for MBBS course. It has state-of-art museums with large collection of specimens and models in Anatomy, Pathology, FMT, Microbiology, Pharmacology etc. The diagnostic laboratory has applied for NABL accreditation and is already running as per its norms. The Lead Referral Laboratory is one of its kind in Maharashtra state. The new addition of well equipped molecular & human genetics laboratory is a feather in the cap which is involved in research and services for Thalassemia, Dushene’s Muscular Dystrophy, Breast & Cervical Cancer, HCV, HPV and other genetic disorders. The teaching hospital is 1100 bedded multi specialty tertiary care hospital with facilities for Critical Care, Endoscopic Surgeries, Dialysis, Cardiology, Cardio-vascular-thoracicsurgery, Oncology, Urology, Neuro surgery & Plastic surgery etc. Permission for renal transplant surgery is granted and institute expects to do the first renal transplant in very near future. It has fully equipped major operation theaters, minor theaters, labor rooms, blood bank, radio-diagnosis and radiotherapy, computerized medical records, counseling services etc. There are separate intensive care units like Medical, Surgical, Coronary care, Pediatric, Neonatal, Respiratory and Obstetrics. The neonatal ICU is recognized by Neonatology Forum of India. The radio-diagnosis department has facilities for MRI, color doppler, mammography, DSA etc. The hospital and the medical college is involved in several community projects like HIV/AIDS, cancer, family planning, prevention of blindness, tuberculosis control, detection and prevention of malnutrition, diagnostic camps, school health check-ups and blood donation camps.

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery


The Medical Council of India has notified the following regulations from academic year 1997-98. These regulations recommend :
(1)  That the medical curriculum should be oriented towards training students to undertake the responsibilities of a physician of first contact who is capable of looking after the preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative aspects of medicine.
(2)  The training though broad based and flexible should aim to provide an educational experience of the essentials required for heath care in our country.
(3)  To undertake the responsibilities of service situations which is a changing condition and of various types. It is essential to provide adequate placement training tailored to the needs of such services as to enable the graduates to become effective instruments of implementation of those requirements. To avail of opportunities and be able to conduct professional requirements the graduate shall endeavour to have acquired basic training in different aspects of medical care.
(4)  The importance of the community aspects of health care and of rural heath care services is to be recognized. This aspect of education and training of graduates should be adequately recognized in the prescribed curriculum. Its importance has been systematically upgraded over the past years and adequate exposure to such experiences should be available throughout all the three phases of education and training. This has to be further emphasized and intensified by providing exposure to field practice areas and training during the internship period. The aim of the period of rural training during internship is to enable the fresh graduates to function efficiently under such settings.
(5)  The educational experience should emphasize health and community orientation instead of only disease and hospital orientation or being concentrated – on curative – aspects. As such all the basic concepts of modern scientific medical education are to be adequately dealt with.

Bachelor of Dental Surgery


The students should gain the knowledge and insight into, the functional anatomy of the normal human head and neck, functional histology and an appreciation of the genetic basis of inheritance and disease, and the embryological development of clinically important structures. So that relevant anatomical & scientific foundations are laid down for the clinical years of the BDS course
A. Knowledge & Understanding:
At the end of the 1 st year BDS course in Anatomical Sciences the undergraduate student is expected to:
1. Know the normal disposition of the structures in the body while clinically examining a patient and while conducting clinical procedures. 2. Know the anatomical basis of disease and injury.
3. Know the microscopic structure of the various tissues, a pre-requisite for understanding of the disease processes.
4. Know the nervous system to locate the site of lesions according to the sensory and or motor deficits encountered.
5. Have an idea about the basis of abnormal development, critical stages of development, effects of teratogens, genetic mutations and environmental hazards.
6. Know the sectional anatomy of head neck and brain to read the features in radiographs and pictures taken by modern imaging techniques.
7. Know the anatomy of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation.


The goals of postgraduate training course in Surgery would be to train a MBBS doctor who will Practice surgery efficiently and effectively backed by scientific knowledge and skill. No syllabus can be comprehensive but the following topics are not intended to be prescriptive but it is a guide to the topics, which need to be covered during training. At the end of the training and evaluation.
• He will develop right attitudinal skills, which will ensure effective and correct communication with patients, relatives, colleagues and superiors
• Continue to develop keen interest in continuing surgical education irrespective of whether he is in a teaching institution or is in Private practice
• Be a motivated ‘teacher’ – defined as a surgeon keen to share his knowledge and skills with a colleague or a junior or any learner.

M.S. Orthopedics

1. Basic Sciences Related to Locomotor system.
2. Development, histology of bone, cartilage, collagen, muscles and nerve.
3. Physiology of bone, carliage, muscle & nerve.
4. Surgical pathology related to bones, cartilage, muscle, collagen & nerve in various congenital affections, infections, Tumours and tumorous conditions and metabolic affections.
5. Orthopaedic diseases
• Metabolic bone disease
• Bone infections – Acute and Chronic
• Congenital deformities and developmental conditions of upper extremity, lower extremity, spine, general defects.
• Diseases of joints
• Tumours of Bones
• Orthopaedic Neurology including spina bifida, Poliomyelitis and cerebral palsy.
• Diseases of muscle, fibrous tissue and vessels
• Regional orthopaedic conditions related to neck, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle , foot, back and pelvis.
• Special subject – Orthopaedic Radiology Amputation and disarticulation physiotherapy and rehabilitation Recent advances in orthopaedic diseases.


Candidate must be 17 years on or before 31st December of the academic year
Candidate must have passed Std XII (HSC or equivalent) examination with physics, chemistry & biology with minimum 50% marks & English and must secure minimum 50% marks in Krishna All India Entrance Test (KAIET).
International Candidates
10+2 or equivalent examination eg. CBSE, ISC, A Levels, IB, STPM, SAM, OSSD etc. with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with minimum 50% marks or equivalent grade and English with 50% marks or equivalent grade. No entrance test is required.
Krishna All India Entrance Test (KAIET) – Admission to UG (M.B.B.S./B.D.S./B.P.Th/ Nursing)
Post Graduate Degree & Diploma Courses in Medicine
Passed MBBS with 50% marks from any medical college recognised by MCI.
Post Graduate Courses In Physiotherapy
Passed B.P.Th with 50% marks from any physiotherapy college recognised by IAP
M.Sc. Biotechnology
Passed B.Sc. with Agriculture / Biotechnology / Microbiology / Industrial Microbiology / Botany / Zoology / Biochemistry as principal subject with minimum 50% marks from any state or central govt. recognised university
M.Sc. Microbiology
Passed B.Sc. with Microbiology / Industrial Microbiology as principal subject with minimum 50% marks from any state or central govt. recognised university.
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