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Please clear your discrepancies by hand till 10th April 2014.

Contact on Phone Number: 07152-284341-55 (Ext - 207)

Discrepancy List

Update: This is updated discrepancy list for external candidates they are directed to submit the same at the time of counseling failing which their application may be rejected. For those students who have applied in various categories (SC/ST/OBC/VJ/NT) they should submit the correct category certificates – Caste Certificate /Caste Validity Certificate/ Non Creamy Layer Certificates as mentioned against their names at the time of counseling failing which they will be considered in general category.

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World Tuberculosis Day, falling on March 24 each year is observed by all the United Nations member states and  is designed to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis and efforts to eliminate the disease. It is. 

World Tuberculosis Day commemoration was observed in Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram (MGIMS) on 24th of March 2014. The theme for this year is “Reach the 3 million – Find. Treat. Cure TB”.  Many of these three million people live in the world's poorest, most vulnerable communities and include groups such as migrants, miners, drug users and sex workers. We, at MGIMS believe that no one should be left behind in the fight against TB. 

For this year’s celebration, MGIMS organized a number of programs, including a symposium, two role plays and a poster competition. The program started with lighting of the lamp and garlanding of portraits of Mahatma Gandhi, Kasturba Gandhi and Dr Sushila Nayar. 

Dr D K Mendiratta, Professor and Head, Department of Microbiology welcomed the audience  and emphasised that everyone has a role in ensuring that one day TB will be eliminated , until then he added , World TB Day won’t be a celebration but a commemoration He added that  this day provides a valuable opportunity to educate the public about the devastation TB can spread and how it can be stopped. 

Dr B S Garg, Dean congratulated Dr Mendiratta for taking the initiative to conduct the program after a long gap and said that while great strides have been made to control and cure TB, people still get sick and die from this disease. Of the 9 million people  who get sick with TB every year , 3 million of them are "missed" by health systems. He said that this World TB Day  provides the opportunity to call for further action to reach these 3 million. Hence the theme “ Reach the three million : A TB test, treatment and cure for all”

Dr Pradeep Deshmukh Professor Community Medicine emphasised on the need to bring about social mobilisation , introduction of newer rapid diagnostic techniques and provision of strong linkages and supervision as strong strategies to address and meet the challenges to reach the three million.

In his talk on Point of care (POC) TB diagnostic test ,Dr Rahul Narang, Professor Department of Microbiology highlighted the importance of early diagnosis and the need for POC test for 100% access to rapid TB diagnosis in peripheral healthcare settings for more effective case detection, appropriate treatment initiation and reduced transmission.

Dr Atul Tayade, Professor and Head Department of Radio-diagnosis elaborated on the utility and role of digital x-rays in diagnosis of TB in Disease Prevalence Surveys.

Dr Sajal De, Associate Professor, TB and Chest Department highlighted the increase in TB among health care workers and recommended proper use of personal protective equipment, environmental controls and administrative measures to reduce this incidence in his talk on TB and health care workers.

Nurses have a unique and indispensible role to play in TB control in India and that . nurses  can Find, Treat and Cure the missing 3 Million TB cases.was the message given by  Mrs Ancy Ramesh, Vice principal  Kasturba Nursing College thru her talk on Role of a nurse in reaching the three million.

Dr Mrs. Pratibha Narang, Director-Professor Microbiology and the Secretary Kasturba Health Society summed up the symposium elaborating on role of budding doctors in controlling TB in the community. 

Two  role plays by the nurses , one on ‘Awareness and misconception about TB disease and its prevention’ and the second on ‘Stop TB & save millions’ were greatly appreciated by all.

Posters by students on the theme : “ Challenges: TB control in India” were the attraction of the day.

The program was conducted by Dr Ruchita Atal, Assistant Professor, Microbiology, About 150, students, faculty members and health care workers participated in this event which was jointly organized by the departments of Microbiology and Radiology of MGIMS and Kasturba Nursing College and Kasturba Nursing School.

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We regret to inform that the results of written examination of various non-teaching posts (AAVP) which was held from 24th January to 2nd February 2014 and was scheduled to be declared on Thursday 20th February 2014 will now be declared on 7th March 2014

Update: In view of the preparation for CAG audit there is some delay in compilation and declaration of the result. The exact date of declaration will be announced on the website by 30th March 2014.

Update 2:
1. All the candidates who have appeared for written test will be called for personal interviews in batches.
2. The dates of the interviews will be notified later on as soon as they are finalised.
3. Result of the written test will be displayed one day before the interview on the Dean's office notice Board
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A) Applications  are invited for filling the following posts:   

The posts marked by # are additional other than staffing pattern

Sr. No

Department

Professor

Associate Professor

Asstt Professor/ Lecturer

Tutor

01.

ANATOMY

-

 -

1(OBC)

1(SC), 1 (ST)

02.

BIOCHEMISTRY

-

-

-

  1 (ST)

03.

PHYSIOLOGY

1(OPEN)

-

-

1(SC), 1 (ST)

2(OPEN)

04.

PHARMACOLOGY

-

 1(OPEN)

1(OPEN)

1(ST), 1(OPEN)

05.

 

PATHOLOGY

-

1 (SC),1 (ST)# ,1(OPEN)

1(VJNT)

1 (ST), 1(OPEN)

BLOOD BANK

-

-

-

-

06.

MICROBIOLOGY

-

-

1 (OPEN)

1(ST), 2(OPEN)

07.

FORENSIC MEDICINE

-

 -

1(ST) #

1(ST),1(OPEN)

08.

COMMUNITY MEDICINE

 

-

-

1 (ST), 1(OPEN)

1(VJNT),2(OPEN)

EPIDEMICION(Lect)

-

-

-

-

STATISTICIAN(Lect)

-

-

-

-

RHTC

-

-

1(OPEN)

 

UHTC

-

-

1(OPEN)

 

9.

PAEDIATRICS

-

1(ST)#

1 (ST)

1(SC), 2(OPEN)

10.

GENERAL MEDICINE

1 (SC)#, 1(OPEN)#

1 (SC),

 1 (ST)#

 1 (ST), 1 (VJNT)

1(OBC)#,1 (OPEN)

1(SC), 1(ST), 1(VJNT), 3(OPEN)

11.

T.B. & RESP. DISEASES

1 (OPEN)

Not to be filled

-

1(OPEN), 1(SC)

12.

SKIN & V.D.

-

-

1(OPEN)#

1(SC)

13.

PSYCHIATRY

1(OPEN)

-

1(OPEN)

1(SC),1(OPEN)

14.

GENERAL SURGERY

-

1 (SC) , 1(ST)#, 1(OPEN)

 

1(SC), 1 (ST), 1(VJNT) #,  1(OPEN)

1(SC),1(ST), 1(VJNT), 3(OPEN)

15.

ORTHOPAEDICS

-

1(ST)#

1 (ST)

1(SC), 2(OPEN)

16.

OPHTHALMOLOGY

-

-

1 (ST)#

1(SC), 1(OPEN)

17.

ENT

-

-

1(ST)#,  1(OPEN)#

1(SC), 1(OPEN)

18.

OBST & GYNAE

 

-

 

1 (ST),

1 (VJNT)#, 1(OPEN)#

1(ST), 1(VJNT)#, 1 (OBC)#, 1(OPEN)# , 1(OPEN)

1(SC), 1(OPEN)

AMO-LECTURER

-

-

1(OPEN)

-

MCWO-LECTURER

-

-

1(OPEN)

-

19.

ANAESTHESIOLOGY

-

1 (SC)

1 (ST)#

1(SC), 1(ST), 1(VJNT), 1(OBC),4(OPEN)

20.

RADIO DIAGNOSIS

-

1 (SC)#

1(ST)#

 

1(SC),1(ST) 3(OPEN)

21.

DENTISTRY

1(OPEN)

Not to be filled

-

-

22.

RADIOTHERAPY

-

-

1(SC),1(OPEN)

1(SC),2(OPEN)

B) Qualification & Experience

 MBBS, Post-graduate Degree in concerned subject from MCI recognized University

Post(s)

Qualification & Experience

Professor

Recognized Post graduate degree in the subject with four years teaching / research experience as Associate Professor / Reader in recognized Medical College.

OR

  1. Recognised Post graduate degree in the concerned subject
  2. Three years teaching / research experience as Asso. Professor / Reader in recognized  Medical College.
  3. Minimum of four research publications indexed in index Medicus / National Journals. Provided that these research publications are published / accepted for publication in the journals by the  National Associations / Societies of the respective specialties as the  First Author. Further provided thatthe requirement of 4 research publications for  promotion to the post of Professor should be taken on cumulative basis with minimum of  2 research publications must be published during the tenure of the Associate Professor.

 

Reader/AP

Recognized Post graduate degree in the subject with five years teaching / research experience as Lecturer / Assistant Professor in recognized Medical College.

OR

  1. Recognized Post graduate degree in the concerned subject.
  2. Four years teaching experience as a Lecturer/Asst. Prof. in recognized Medical College.
  3. Minimum of two research publications indexed in index Medicus / National Journals. Provided that   these research publications are published / accepted for publication in the journals by the National Associations / Societies of the respective specialties as the First Author. Further provided that the requirement of 2 research publications for promotion to the post of Associate Professor should be fulfilled with 2 research publications must be published during the tenure of the Associate Professor

Lecturer/

Asstt.Prof

  1. Recognized Post graduate degree in the concerned subject.
  2. Three years teaching experience in the subject in a recognized Medical College as Resident / Registrar / Demonstrator / Tutor

Tutor/

Demonstrator

 M.B.B.S. or M.Sc  in particular subject  as specified by M.C.I.

C. General Notes:

  1. Reservation for ladies and physically handicapped persons is as per the Govt. rules.
  2. Candidates applying for reserve category post(s) should submit caste certificate &  caste validity certificate and also recent non creamy layer certificate, wherever applicable.
  3. The benefit of reservation shall be admissible to the backward class/category candidates who are domiciled  in the State of Maharashtra only.
  4. Age limit & educational Qualifications shall be considered up to last date of the  application & experience will be considered up to the date one day prior to interview.
  5. The decision taken by MUHS authorities regarding essential qualifications and  experience shall be applicable, from time to time.
  6. Qualified Teachers above the age of 62 years will be considered for appointment of one-one year, as per respective council’s norms.
  7. Pay scale is as per Govt. of Maharashtra rules.
  8. Application along with attested copies of all relevant certificates must reach to the college on or before: 21/01/2014.

D. Other Notes:

  1. The candidates must apply online in the prescribed format available on the website www.mgims.ac.in take a print out of the form and send the hard copy of the application form to Dean, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, Distt. Wardha, 442102 along with the attested copies of the required documents on or before 20/1/2014.
  2. Those who are working in Govt/Semi Govt./Autonomous Institutions should bring N.O.C from appropriate authorities.

Instructions

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Applications are invited on prescribed form for admission to MBBS course for academic year 2014-15. The candidates shall be selected as per their merit in the Entrance Examination conducted by MGIMS to be held on 20th April 2014 at Nagpur, Delhi, Hyderabad Mumbai, Varanasi & Kolkata. Those students who are going to appear in 10+2 Higher Secondary Board Examination in March / April 2014 are also eligible to appear in the competitive Entrance Examination. 

In the entrance examination the paper of physics, chemistry and biology will have multiple choice questions, while that on gandhian thought will be of long and short answer type.

The Prospectus and Application Form with syllabus, question papers of Gandhian thought for the last 6 years, with model question papers of Physics Chemistry and Biology can be had from the office of the Dean either by

  • Paying a sum of Rs 4000 (including exam fee) personally at the cash counter of Dean’s Office
  • By remitting a sum of Rs 4000 (including exam fee) at any branch of State Bank of India by Challan which can be downloaded from the link below. The detailed instructions in this regard are also available in the link below.

The Prospectus and Form will be available from 20th December, 2013 to 8th March, 2014. The last date of receipt of filled up application is 20th March, 2014.  

ELIGIBILITY

The candidate must attain 17 years of age on or before 31st December of the year of admission. The Candidate must have passed 12th standard examination under 10+2 system of Maharashtra State Higher Secondary Education Board or equivalent examination of any recognised Board or any Indian University with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology individually in each subject in first attempt. The candidate must have obtained minimum 50 percent marks (40 percent in the case of SC/ ST/ VJ/ NT/ OBC) taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

The admission is subject to any direction given by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, Hon'ble Bombay High Court, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik and the Medical Council of India.

NOTE

  1. The fee structure in MGIMS is as applicable to the Govt. Medical Colleges in Maharashtra State. The Institute does not have any paid seats.
  2. Please visit our website www.mgims.ac.in for updates.
  3. All admissions to MGIMS are strictly on Merit and therefore applicants are advised not to try and contact any outside agent or the college authorities / Personnel for seeking admission.

Instructions Fees Details Seat Distribution

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Applications in the prescribed form for the Admission & Registration to Post-graduation, Degree / Diploma Courses, May, 2014 in the following subjects for the seats mentioned against each subject, are invited from the candidates, who have passed MBBS examination from a MCI recognized Medical College, have completed one year Internship and are duly registered with the State Medical Council / Medical Council of India. The admissions are PROVISIONAL subject to the directions of Hon’ble Supreme Court, Central Gov’t, State Gov’t, MCI and MUHS.

Admissions to Postgraduate studies shall be given only to those candidates who have rendered Rural Health Service, with pay, for a minimum period of one year by 31st December 2013 and are ready to do one year more rural service after completing the P.G. course as per PG admission rules mentioned in detail in MGIMS PG Prospectus-2014.

SEATS AVAILABLE: 

Degrees (55)

MEDICINE-6, Skin & V.D. -1, PAEDIATRICS-2, SURGERY-4, ENT-2, OPTHALMOLOGY-2,  ORTHOPAEDICS –2, ANAESTHESIOLOGY- 4,   OBST. & GYNAE- 2, COMMUNITY MEDICINE- 5,      RADIOLOGY-2, PSYCHIATRY- 1, ANATOMY- 2, PHYSIOLOGY- 2, BIOCHEMISTRY- 2,    PHARMACOLOGY- 4, PATHOLOGY- 4, MICROBIOLOGY- 5, FORENSIC MEDICINE – 2, Radiotherapy- 1.

Diplomas (15)

D.G.O- 4, D.A- 1, D.ORTHO- 2, D.C.H- 2, D.M.R.D- 2, D.O.M.S- 1, D.L.O- 1, D.P.M- 1, DDVL - 1

The number of seats may vary with the availability of guides and the position may change in some specialties by the time counseling is held.

The application form along with PG Admission Rules will be available from 10th December 2013 on the website of Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram; www.mgims.ac.in. The application form should be filled and the print out should be submitted to the office of the Dean along with Rs. 1000/- in cash or a demand draft of Rs. 1000/- drawn in favour of the “Dean, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram”. 

The application form complete in all respects along with one set of required documents must reach the Office of the Dean Latest by 26th December 2013. The prospectus having Rules & Regulations is available on the website www.mgims.ac.in.

Candidates who have passed MBBS from MGIMS are required to be present in the Committee Room of MGIMS, Sevagram at their own cost on 7th January 2014 at 10.00 AM for verification of original documents and allotment of seat. The candidates who have passed MBBS from a college other than MGIMS, Sevagram will be informed regarding the date for verification of original documents and allotment of seat at a later stage.

Selected candidates will have to pay the fees and join in their respective departments immediately after counseling.

Instructions Prospectus Form (Closed)

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Quotations are invited for establishing a cardiac catheterisation lab in the department of Medicine, Kasturba Hospital, Sevagram. The tender forms can be had from the Central Store, MGIMS, Sevagram. The last date for submission of tender document is 9 Oct 2013, 10 AM. 

Tender Document

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The Management has decided to recruit suitable candidates as ‘Probationers (AAVP)’ for the job designated as given below on consolidated remuneration as follows:

Rs.9500 for Posts No. 1 to 5, Rs.7500/- for Posts No. 6 to 16 and Rs.7000/- for Posts No. 17 to 19

The Management has decided to recruit suitable candidates as ‘Probationers (AAVP)’ for the job designated as given below on consolidated remuneration as follows:

Rs.9500 for Posts No. 1 to 5, Rs.7500/- for Posts No. 6 to 16 and Rs.7000/- for Posts No. 17 to 19

Minimum Qualification:

1) Staff Nurse :  Must have passed Diploma in General Nursing  & Midwifery and should be registered with  Maharashtra Nursing Council, Mumbai.  

2) Pharmacist : B.Sc & Diploma in Pharmacy/ B.Pharma of  recognized University / registered under the Drugs & Cosmetics Act.  

3) X-Ray Technician : B.Sc with Diploma in X-Ray technician course approved by Maharashtra State Technical Board / University.  

4) Lab.Technician : B.Sc with DMLT from Govt. recognized Institute approved by State Technical Board / University.

5) Social Worker : MSW of recognized University.  

6) Lab.Assistant: HSC with DMLT from Govt. recognized institute. 

7) Lower Division Clerk : Graduate from a recognized University in India, proficiency in operating computers and typing speed of 40 w.p.m. in English and 30 w.p.m. in Marathi/Hindi.  Should have Certificate or Diploma in Computers (MSCIT).

8) Driver :  8th Std. Must have permanent valid driving license of light & heavy vehicles.

9) Plumber : SSC and certificate of Trade from an Govt. recognized Industrial Training Institute.

10)Telephone Operator : SSC & Diploma of Telephone Operating Course from Govt. recognized institute and fluency in communications in Marathi, English & Hindi.

11)Telephone Operator cum Lineman : SSC & Diploma of Telephone Operating Course from Govt. recognized institute and fluency in communications in Marathi, English & Hindi.

12)Electrician: SSC / Diploma or Certificate in Electrical Trades of any Govt. approved Institute / NCTVT or ITI. 

13)Mechanic : SSC/ Diploma or Certificate in Electrical Trades of any recognized Institute / NCTVT or ITI. 

14)Cataloguer: B. Lib from Govt recognized Institute and a recognized University.

15)Documentalist : Graduate with B. Lib of any recognized University from Govt recognized Institute. 

16)Carpenter: SSC/ Diploma or Certificate in Carpentry Trade from any recognized Institute / NCTVT or ITI. 

17)Attendant : SSC of State/Central Board.

18)Attendant (Watch & Ward) : SSC from State/Central Board.

19)Cook: SSC from State/Central Govt. Board with proficiency in cooking.  Must have worked for large organizations/Hospitals. 

The details related to the application form, mandatory documents thereto, minimum academic qualification, experience, age limit, number of posts and remuneration have been notified on the official website www.mgims.ac.in which may be referred to. After screening such applications, the aspiring candidates shall have to appear before the Board of Interview at their own cost on the stipulated date and place.  The management reserves the right related to interview, selection or appointment and hence no right / claim shall be assumed to have vested with the Applicant in this respect.

The aspiring  candidate should download the prescribed form of application and terms and conditions specified in this respect by the Management from the official website i.e. www.mgims.ac.in and has to tender his application with the office of the Dean, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, PO Sewagram, Wardha-442102 latest by 4 PM of 14th October 2013 alongwith the certified copies of certificates, documents, as required by the notification in this respect, appearing  on the said website. The application so received shall be screened by the Management and shortlisted candidates shall be intimated about the date, time and place on which he/she is required to appear before the Board of Interview.

The candidate if selected and appointed by the Management shall have to work on ‘Probation’ as per the rules prescribed from time to time by the management in this respect. Draft of rules when uploaded on the said website are inclusive of the remuneration stated thereof, the benefit of contribution by management to the Provident fund at 12 percent of his/her remuneration subject to a ceiling of Rs.6500/- per month.

The age limit applicable for all posts shall not be below 18 years and not exceeding 30 years as on 31-07-2013.  In case of any candidate having experience in recognised Medical Teaching Organisation and possessing additional qualification for the designated job, due weightage may be given. 

Application Form

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TENDER NOTICE (Advt. No. 9/2013) for EXTENSION OF OT COMPLEX OF KASTURBA HOSPITAL

(Published in Times of India and Hitavada on 31.03.2013)

Sealed item rate tenders are invited form bonafide, resourceful, experienced contractors having registration with P.F. and other applicable laws including VAT, S.T. etc. preferably registered with PWD/CPWD for the under mentioned work by the Secretary, Kasturba Health Society, Sevagram, Dist. Wardha – 442 001 for construction of new O.T. Complex at Kasturba Hospital, Sevagram including Electrical, HVAC, Anaesthetic gases pipe line and fire fighting works on turnkey basis.  Approx. Cost – Rs. 10 Crores, EMD Rs. 10 Lacs completion period 15 months. The details will be available on our website www.mgims.ac.in

The tenders will be available from the Office the Civil Maintenance Department of Kasturba Health Society, Sevagram on any working day during office hours from 06/04/2013 to 15/04/2013 on payment of Rs. 5,000/- (Non refundable) in cash with the Cashier, KHS. Last date of submission: 17/04/2013 up to 3.30 P.M. The Secretary, KHS reserves the right to reject any or all tenders without assigning any reason.

Secretary

KHS, Sevagram

 

Addendum on 06/04/2013

The tenders will be available from the Office the Civil Maintenance Department of Kasturba Health Society, Sevagram on any working day during office hours from 16/04/2013 to 27/04/2013 on payment of Rs. 5,000/- (Non refundable) in cash with the Cashier, KHS. Last date of submission: 29/04/2013 up to 3.30 P.M. The Secretary, KHS reserves the right to reject any or all tenders without assigning any reason.

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Applications along with complete bio-data with necessary academic experience certificates/testimonials and names of two references are invited for the under mentioned posts which must reach the office of the Dean, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram. Dist. Wardha (MS) latest by 31 December 2012. The appointments would be adhoc till the Selection Committee meets.

SR NO.

DEPARTMENT

PROFESSOR

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

  1.  

Obst. & Gynae

-

01

02

  1.  

Paediatrics

-

-

01

  1.  

Radiology

-

01

01

  1.  

Psychiatry

01

-

-

  1.  

T.B. & Chest

01

-

-

Qualification & Experience:  

Post ( S)

Qualification & Experience

Professor

      Recognized Post graduate degree in the subject with four years

      teaching / research experience as Associate Professor / Reader in

      Medical College.  

         OR

a)   Recognized Post graduate degree in the concerned subject with

      three years teaching / research experience as Associate

       Professor / Reader in recognized Medical College and

b)    Minimum of four research publications indexed in index Medicus

      / National Journals. Provided that these research publications are

      published / accepted for publication in the journals by the

      National Associations / Societies of the respective specialties as

      the First Author. Further provided that the requirement of 4

      research publications for promotion to the post of Professor

      should be taken on cumulative basis with minimum of 2 research

      publications must be published during the tenure of the Associate

      Professor

Associate Professor

     Recognized Post graduate degree in the subject with five years

     teaching /research experience as Lecturer / Assistant Professor in

     Medical College.

           OR

a)   Recognized Post graduate degree in the concerned subject with

      four years teaching / research experience as Lecturer / Asst. Prof.

      in recognized Medical College and

b)    Minimum of two research publications indexed in index Medicus

      / National Journals. Provided that these research publications are

      published / accepted for publication in the journals by the

      National Associations / Societies of the respective specialties as

      the First Author. Further provided that the requirement of 2

      research publications for promotion to the post of Associate

      Professor should be fulfilled with 2 research publications must

      be published during the tenure of the Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

a)   Recognized Post graduate degree in the concerned subject with

b)   Three years teaching experience in the subject in a recognized

      Medical College as Resident / Registrar / Demonstrator / Tutor

 

PAY SCALE     :  As per rules (6th Pay Commission) 

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The Government of India has declared NEET (UG) examination for admission to MBBS Course from Academic Year 2013-14 for all medical colleges. However MGIMS, Sevagram has been granted a stay by the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court of Judicature and in view of the stay order issued by the Nagpur bench of Bombay High court the Applications are invited on prescribed form for admission to MBBS course  for academic year 2013-14. The candidates shall be selected as per their merit in the Entrance Examination conducted by MGIMS to be held on 21st  April 2013 at Nagpur, Delhi, Hyderabad Mumbai, Varanasi & Kolkata. Those students who are going to appear in 10+2 Higher Secondary Board Examination in March / April 2013 are also eligible to appear in the competitive Entrance Examination.

IN THE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION THE PAPER OF PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY WILL HAVE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS, WHILE THAT ON GANDHIAN THOUGHT WILL BE OF LONG AND SHORT ANSWER TYPE.

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

  • paying a sum of Rs 4000(including exam fee) personally at the cash counter of Dean’s Office
  • or by remitting a sum of Rs 4000(including exam fee) at any branch of State Bank of India by Challan which can be downloaded from the Institute website www.mgims.ac.in. The detailed instructions in this regard are also available on the website.

The Prospectus & Form will be available from 21st December, 2012 to 5th March, 2013. The last date of receipt of filled up application along with Entrance Examination fee is 15th March, 2013.

ELIGIBILITY

The candidate must attain 17 years of age on or before 31st December of the year of admission. The Candidate must have passed 12th standard examination under 10+2 system of Maharashtra State Higher Secondary Education Board or equivalent examination of any recognised Board or any Indian University with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology individually in each subject in one and the same attempt. The candidate must have obtained minimum 50% marks (40% in the case of SC/ ST/ VJ/ NT/ OBC) taken together in Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

The admission is subject to any direction given by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, Hon'ble Bombay High Court, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik and the Medical Council of India, Central Govt. & Government of Maharashtra.

NOTE

  1. The fee structure in MGIMS is as applicable to the Govt. Medical Colleges in Maharashtra State. The Institute does not have any paid seats.
  2. Please visit our website www.mgims.ac.in for updates.
  3. All admissions to MGIMS are strictly on Merit and therefore applicants are advised not to try and contact any outside agent or the college authorities / Personnel for seeking admission.

Seat distribution for MBBS course

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Technological advancements have led us to the new horizon of automatation and imaging techniques. Every now and then we hear about the emergence of new surgical and radiological interventions in patient care. Recently robotics has been introduced in many stereotyped technologies including surgeries and endoscopies. 

Kidney is the basic concern of almost all clinical specialties in some or the other way. It is a matter of public concern as well. It is not too late for us Anatomist to update ourselves in regards to the relevance of its anatomy to the clinicians in present day. With this basic drive we have proposed the scientific gathering to exchange views and have a recent update of Clinical Anatomy of kidney in a CME.

We have fixed the date of CME on Thursday 24th January 2013. The registration fee (excluding accommodation) will be Rs 750/- for each delegate payable in cash/ at par cheques/ DD drawn in favour of “CME Anatomy 2013, MGIMS Sevagram” [accompanying persons and children above 5 years will have to be registered]. The registration form is enclosed herewith which can be photocopied as per the need. If you need to stay here we can make arrangement if intimated in advance. On the day of CME transportation will be provided from Wardha junction and Sevagram station to the venue. Please send your registration by post or e-mail to the addresses given below, latest by 31st December 2012. 

Our faculty is from Anatomy, Interventional radiology and Urology. We are expecting delegates from all over Maharashtra. Delegates will have to bear their own travelling expenses.  The program would start by 9.00 am and will be over by 5 pm. Please make it convenient to be here on by 24th morning and let us know your journey details in advance, preferably by e-mail. We welcome posters on the theme of CME to be displayed in post lunch session. We are also sending request to MMC for credit hours. 

Please give it a wide circulation amongst your institutional faculty and PGs. We will be certainly benefited by your gracious presence here and expect a feast of scientific delicacies in CME. Hoping for an early response.

Form

Schedule

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Applications along with complete bio-data with necessary academic experience certificates / testimonials are invited for the post of Technical Associate for the ADR Monitoring Centre under PvPI in the Department of Pharmacology which must reach the office of the Dean, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram. Dist. Wardha (MS) latest by 30 September, 2012  

 

A.    Qualification:

MBBS / BDS / M. Pharm / D. Pharm or candidates with any other qualification having experience in Pharmaco-vigilance Programme of India. Candidates with proficiency in computer application will be preferred.

B.    Job Description:

a.     Collection of ADR report

b.    Follow up with the complainant to check completeness as per SOP & rsquo’s Data entry in Vigiflow.

c.     Reporting to National Co-ordination Centre through Vigiflow with the source data attached with each ADRs case.

d.    Training/Sensitization /Feed back to physician through newsletter circulated by the NCC.

e.     Other activities as assigned from time to time by competent authority.

C.    Emoluments: 20,000/- P.M.(Consolidated)

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Applications in the required format along with complete bio-data with necessary academic experience certificates / testimonials are invited for the under mentioned posts which must reach the office of the Dean, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram. Dist. Wardha (MS) latest by 19/9/2012. A soft copy of the application proforma should be sent to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Details of constitutional reservation, required qualifications & experience and format of application is available on   website www.mgims.ac.in & www.muhs.ac.in.

Sr. No

Department

Professor

Associate Professor

Asstt Professor/ Lecturer

Tutor

01.

ANATOMY

-

-

1 (ST),1 (VJNT)#

1(SC), 1 (ST)2(OPEN)

02.

BIOCHEMISTRY

-

-

-

1(SC), 1 (ST)2(OPEN)

03.

PHYSIOLOGY

-

1(SC)#

-

1(SC), 1 (ST)2(OPEN)

04.

PHARMACOLOGY

1(OPEN)

-

1(ST) ,1 (OPEN)

1(SC), 1(OPEN)

05.

PATHOLOGY

-

1 (SC),1 (ST)#

1 (SC)

1(SC), 1 (ST)2(OPEN)

BLOOD BANK

-

-

1 (OPEN)

-

06.

MICROBIOLOGY

-

-

1 (OPEN)

1(SC), 2(OPEN)

07.

FORENSIC MEDICINE

-

-

1(ST)#

1(SC), 1(OPEN)

08.

COMMUNITY MEDICINE

 

-

1 (OPEN)

1 (ST)

1(SC), 1 (ST)2(OPEN)

EPIDEMICION(Lect)

-

-

-

-

STATISTICION(Lect)

-

-

-

-

9.

GENERAL MEDICINE

1 (SC)#

1 (SC),1 (ST)#,1 (OPEN)

1 (ST),1 (VJNT)#1(OBC)#1 (OPEN)

1(SC), 1(ST), 1(VJNT), 3(OPEN)

10.

PAEDIATRICS

-

1(ST)#

1 (ST)

1(SC), 2(OPEN)

11.

T.B. & RESP. DISEASES

1 (OPEN)

Not to be filled

-

1(SC), 1(OPEN)

12.

SKIN & V.D.

-

-

Not to be filled

1(SC),1(OPEN)

13.

PSYCHIATRY

1(OPEN)

1 (OPEN)#

1 (OPEN)

1(SC),1(OPEN)

14.

GENERAL SURGERY

-

1 (SC), 1 (ST)#,1(OPEN)

1 (ST),1 (VJNT)#,1(OPEN)#

1(SC),1(ST), 1(VJNT), 3(OPEN)

15.

ORTHOPAEDICS

-

1(ST)#

1 (ST)

1(SC), 2(OPEN)

16.

OPHTHALMOLOGY

-

-

1 (ST)#

1(SC), 1(OPEN)

17.

ENT

-

-

1(ST)#,

1(SC), 1(OPEN

18.

OBST & GYNAE

- 

1 (ST), 1(VJNT)#1 (OPEN)#

1 (ST),1 (VJNT)#1 (OBC )#,1 +1#(OPEN)

1(SC), 2(OPEN)

19.

ANAESTHESIOLOGY

-

1 (SC)

1 (SC),1 (ST)#

1(SC), 1(ST), 1(VJNT), 1(OBC),4(OPEN)

20.

RADIO DIAGNOSIS

-

1 (SC)#

1(ST)#,1(OPEN)

1(SC),1(ST) 3(OPEN)

21.

DENTISTRY

1(OPEN)

Not to be filled

-

1(SC),1(OPEN)

22.

RADIOTHERAPY

-

1 (OPEN)

1(SC)

1(SC),2(OPEN)

 

 

A.    QUALIFICATION: MBBS, Post-graduate Degree in concerned subject from MCI recognized University.

B.    EXPERIENCE:

Professor

Recognized Post graduate degree in the subject with four years teaching / research experience as

Associate Professor / Reader in recognized Medical College.

OR

a) Recognised Post graduate degree in the concerned subject

b) Three years teaching / research experience as Asso. Professor / Reader in recognized Medical College.

c) Minimum of four research publications indexed in index Medicus / National Journals. Provided that these research publications are published / accepted for publication in the journals by The National Associations / Societies of the respective specialties as the First Author. Further provided that the requirement of 4 research publications for  promotion to the post of Professor should be taken on cumulative basis with minimum of  2 research publications must be published during the tenure of the Associate Professor

 

Associate Professor

Recognized Post graduate degree in the subject with five years teaching / research experience as Lecturer / Assistant Professor in recognized Medical College.

OR

a) Recognized Post graduate degree in the concerned subject.

b) Four years teaching experience as a Lecturer/Asst. Prof. in recognized Medical College.

c) Minimum of two research publications indexed in index Medicus / National Journals. Provided that   these research publications are published / accepted for publication in the journals by the National Associations / Societies of the respective specialties as the First Author. Further provided that the requirement of 2 research publications for promotion to the post of AssociateProfessor should be fulfilled with 2 research publications must be published during the tenure of the Associate Professor

Asstt. Professor

a) Recognized Post graduate degree in the concerned subject.

b) Three years teaching experience in the subject in a recognized Medical College as Resident / Registrar / Demonstrator / Tutor

Tutor

M.B.B.S. or M.Sc  in particular subject  as specified by M.C.I.

Candidate possessing post graduate qualification in subject will be preferred

 

C.    PAY SCALE: As per Government of Maharashtra Rules

D.    General Notes:

 

1.     Reservation for ladies and physically handicapped persons is as per the Govt. rules.

2.     Candidates applying for reserve category post(s) should submit caste certificate & caste validity certificate and also recent non creamy layer certificate, wherever applicable.

3.     The benefit of reservation shall be admissible to the backward class/category candidates who are domiciled in the State of Maharashtra only.

4.     Age limit & educational Qualifications shall be considered up to last date of the application & experience will be considered up to the date one day prior to interview.

5.     The decision taken by MUHS authorities regarding essential qualifications and experience shall be applicable, from time to time.

 

E.    Conditions

1.     Selected candidates will be on probation for a period of two years.

2.     Selected Candidates will be required to sign the agreement embodying the condition of their service including the condition to serve for the period of one year or to pay a bond penalty of Rs.1,00,000/- (Rs. One lac only).

3.     Selected Candidates will be debarred from doing any private practice but will be paid    NPA.

4.     The candidates must apply in the prescribed format available on the website www.mgims.ac.in and www.muhsnashik.com along with the attested copies of the required documents.

5.       Those who are working in Govt/Semi Govt. /Autonomous Institutions should bring N.O.C. from appropriate authorities.

 

 

Proforma for Application

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The seventh Outlook magazine and Marketing and Development Research Associates (MDRA) survey ranked MGIMS as the 21st best medical school in the country. In its 25 June issue- available online- Outlook published the list of best medical schools in the country.

The rankings were based on five-point assessment (selection process, academic excellence, personality development and exposure, infrastructure and PG selection and employment). MGIMS received a total of 632 of 1000 points. Compared to 2011 (17th rank), this year MGIMS has slipped down the ladder.

Does the lower rank adversely reflect the quality of teaching, healthcare, research and extra-curricular activities MGIMS is associated with? Be assured, it doesn't. For, three big ones- CMC, Vellore; GMC, Mumbai and MAMC, Delhi did not participate in the 2011 opinion poll - these schools did not send their data to Outlook and, therefore, were " not ranked" when Outlook ranked  the medical schools in 2011. This year, these schools  predictably occupied the first seven slots. In Maharashtra, only AFMC, Pune; GMC, Mumbai; GS Medical College, Mumbai and BJ Medical College, Pune are ahead of MGIMS. Second, several unique features of MGIMS – community based health services, rural postings and community based medical education- did not form a part of questionnaire and overall assessment.

MGIMS has shown that even in resource limited setting, a medical school can deliver high- quality education, offer affordable healthcare and generate research that impacts healthcare. And surely, it won’t rest on its laurels.

Click here to access Outlook survey

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Rhinosinusitis is a common disease- it affects approximately 1 in 10 adults, worldwide.

On 31 March 2012, otorhinolaryngology surgeons and practitioners gathered at MGIMS to discuss issues related to diagnosis, classification, and management of adults with acute and chronic rhinosinusitis. The participants in the day long CME identified several forms of rhinosinusitis: acute viral and bacterial, chronic with and without nasal polyposis, and allergic fungal RS. Several diagnostic tests such as cultures and computed tomography, treatment options such as intranasal steroids, use and misuse of antibiotics and anti-fungal drugs were also discussed. 

The CME, organized by the department of Otorhinolaryngology, MGIMS was aimed at sharing information on diagnosis and management of sinus infections, especially fungal rhinosinusitis, an infection immunosuppressed patients are susceptible to. Close to150 delegates from Vidarbha attended this activity.

In the inauguration session, Dr (Mrs.) P. Narang, Secretary, Kasturba Health Society; Dr BS Garg, Dean, MGIMS; Dr PS Nagpure (Organizing Chairman) and Dr MP Puttewar (Vice-Chairman) spoke on issues related to epidemiology, presentation, diagnosis and management of sinus infections. 

Dr Sanjiv Golhar (Nagpur) and Dr Pushker Lele (Nashik) well-known ENT and head- neck surgeons were specially invited to lecture on functional endoscopic sinus surgery in the CME. 

In the morning session, Dr Deepika Garg and Dr Atul Tayade showed how intimate knowledge and understanding of the anatomy of the lateral nasal wall and the sinuses, in conjunction with a careful preoperative review of CT scans are paramount in the safe and complete performance of endoscopic sinus surgery. Dr MP Puttewar explained how fungi invade and destroy sinuses in patients with impaired immunity and Dr Vijayshree Deotale showed how to distinguish viral, bacterial and fungal rhinosinusitis from each other and how to choose appropriate chemotherapy for each of them. Finally Dr Pushker Lele described how rhinology and sinus surgery have undergone an incredible expansion since the discourses of Messerklinger and Wigand in the late 1970. He gave a guided tour of functional endoscopic sinus surgery in his presentation. 

The second session comprised of three presentations: preventing and treating complications of endoscopy surgery (Dr Sanjiv Golhar), surgical management of fungal rhinosinusitis (Dr Pushkar Lele) and medical therapy of fungal rhinosinusitis (Dr Vishal Tyagi).The speakers explained how imaging advances, increased understanding of the anatomy and the pathophysiology of chronic sinusitis, and image-guided surgery have allowed surgeons to perform more complex procedures with increased safety. Finally, Dr Amit Kaushal summed up the presentations.

The organizers also invited nursing students, medical students and residents to make posters showcasing the many faces of rhinosinusitis. These posters supplemented the rich knowledge generating during the PowerPoint presentations.

There is surely more to nose than meets the eye.

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The department of Orthopedics and Sri Sathya Sai Accident and Emergency Center organized a two-day CME and a workshop on basic trauma care at MGIMS on 10th & 11th March 2012. More than 400 healthcare workers participated in these academic sessions.

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It is an experiential book written in the format of a story.  The real hero, nay Ram of this story is the poor whom Bapu called the  daridranaryan.  The real purpose of our experiment is to empathetically relate ourselves with the emotions and sufferings of the common man. Definitely service is inherent in this experiment, but we don't want people to go on seeking crutches and least of all to develop a dependency  syndrome. Our basic premise has been that our work should not remain confined to ivory tower discussions and thinking. Rather we should work together in close collaboration with rural society.

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