Baroda Medical College
ABOUT Baroda Medical CollegeThe foundation stone of Medical College Baroda was laid in the year 1946 by the former ruler of Baroda; Sir Pratapsingh Gaekwad and the college started functioning from June 1949 with a batch of 40 students. Baroda Medical College is located in the city of Vadodara (formerly known as Baroda), one of the major cities of Gujarat state in Western India. Medical College Baroda is affiliated to The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. It is one of the most renowned institutes of India for Medicinal education. Baroda Medical College is recognized by the following for both, running MBBS course and Postgraduate programs:
- Medical Council of India
MISSIONS AND OBJECTIVES:Baroda Medical College aims to achieve the following goals through training the future physicians of the world through the best guidance and practices:
- Impart high standard of medical education to all undergraduate and postgraduate students admitted to the institution.
- Inculcate the values of ethical medical practice.
- Deliver preventive, promotive, and curative health care in primary secondary, and tertiary facilities of Gujarat state in particular and India as a whole.
- Produce competent medical teachers and researchers for medical and related sciences for our country.
- Create a pool of competent physicians who are adept at competent community based general practice and have appropriate managerial and clinical skills to independently run national health programs and handle disaster and epidemics.
UNDERGRADUATE:For undergraduates, Baroda Medical College offers the MBBS courses, B.P.T, BTHO, BSc Nursing.
POSTGRADUATE:The course for the Postgraduate degree is 3 years long and the Postgraduate diploma is 2 years long. Below is the list of all courses offered by Baroda Medical College:
- MS General Surgery
- MS Anatomy
- MS Ophthalmology
- MS E.N.T
- MSC Anatomy
- MSC Medical Biochemistry
- MSC microbiology
- MSC Pharmacology
- MSC Physiology
- MS Orthopedics
- MD Pediatric
- MD Anesthesiology
- MD Pathology
- MD Microbiology
- MD Preventive and Social Medicine
- MD Psychiatry
- MD Obstetrics and Gynecology
- MD Forensic Medicine
- Diploma in Child Health
- Diploma in TUBERCULOSIS & CHEST DISEASE
- Diploma in Medical Radio-Diagnosis
- Diploma in Public Health
- Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Diploma in Clinical Pathology
- Diploma in Ophthalmology
- Diploma in Venerology and Dermatitis
- Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:For a candidate to qualify for application of admission to Baroda Medical College, following are the requirements:
- The applicant must have passed 10+2 / A level / IB / American 12th grade or any equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology and English as majors from a recognized board.
- The applicants must have secured at least 50% marks in all the science subjects combined with the qualifying examination.
- The lower age limit is of 17 years on the 31st December of the year of admission.
- Foreign applicants are required to submit the following:
- A No Objection Certificate from the Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi.
- ‘Equivalence Certificate’ from Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi who will equate their qualifications as equivalent to the 10+2 of India.
- A Student Visa.
- A Residential Certificate.
- The selection of candidates is solely conducted on the basis of the valid rank obtained in the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 and through centralized common counseling conducted by DGHS.
- The applicant applying for the Postgraduate programs should have passed the MBBS examination from a recognized Medical college that is affiliated to any University recognized by the MCI.
- The applicants must have completed a year of Compulsory Rotating Internship in a Medical institute recognized by the MCI.
- The applicant must have registered their MBBS degree with their respective State Medical Council.
- The selection of applicants will be solely on valid rank obtained in the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET).
- Foreign applicants must be registered practitioners in the country from where they have obtained their degree and are required to obtain a temporary registration certificate from the Medical Council of India.
- UNDERGRADUATE (MBBS):
APPLICATION PROCESS: Applicants looking for admission in different degree and diploma programs offered by Baroda Medical College are required to enroll and appear in the respective exams. To apply for Baroda Medical College, the candidate needs to follow the succeeding steps:
- Visit the institute to obtain their prospectus along with the application form by paying the application fee.
- Fill in the form very carefully and mention the courses of interest to get admitted to.
- Attach the required documents with the form.
- Submit the completed form to the admissions office.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:The following documents (as required by the candidate’s chosen degree) should be attached with the application form:
- Metric and 10+2 marks sheet and passing certificate.
- Bachelor’s degree and mark sheet.
- Entrance exam admits card and scorecard.
- MBBS mark sheet and degree.
- Migration Certificate.
- Character Certificate.
- Caste Certificate (if applicable).
- Registration as a Medical Practitioner.
- Equivalence Certificate (if applicable).
IMPORTANT DATES:These dates are according to the year 2018:
|Entry Test Name||Application Start Date||Application End Date||Exam Date|
|NEET||February 8||March 12||May 6|
|NEET PG||September 26||November 27||January 7|
FACILITIES:Medical College Baroda, believes in imparting not only excellent education but providing for its students the finest facilities in all regards. To make available an environment that is not only comprised of elementary necessities but with the best possible facilities to help the students grow into most accomplished and expert physicians. The Institute brings about an environment with unsurpassed infrastructural facilities. Perfecting the services at the campus are well-equipped labs, classrooms, internet access along with many more.
- Staff reading room.
- Interns reading room.
- Rooms for librarians and other staff.
- Microfilm reading, Video, and audio LCD. Projector room.
- Current journal room.
- The back volume of periodicals room.
- Air-conditioned computer room with Medlar & internet facility.
- Undergraduate Section.
- Group Discussion rooms.
- Individual Study rooms.
- 519 E-Journals
- 2935 e-books
Baroda Medical College Library Provides Its Users With The Following Services:
DOCUMENT CIRCULATION SERVICE:The books are issued to Interns, Postgraduate Students, Research Scholars, and Faculty Members. Bound/unbound journals, audio-visual materials, and CD-ROMs are for in-house use only.
REFERENCE SERVICE:References Services is a personal aid provided to the user by the library staff in interpreting library collection for study and research. The Library staff assists users to locate the needed information from the available information resources. On the basis of the collection, the library provides services to its users.
PHOTOCOPY SERVICE:Through these services, the library provides photocopies of articles from journals and books to the users as and when requested further users can also send and receive Fax messages from the library.
AUDIO-VISUAL SERVICES:Through this service library provides audio and video cassettes CD’s slides of teaching programs, in the A.V. Room.
COMPUTERS SERVICES:The computer lab of the library offers the following computer services to users
- Internet browsing and online journal access.
- Facilities for preparing presentation materials such as slides, transparencies, and color scanning
- Assisting the students and faculty members for editing projects/thesis, data analysis, setting the file to the required quality of print and printing.
- Color scanning CD writing, with laser printing and DOT matrix printing.
CD-ROM SERVICEThe CD-ROM collection of the library contains bibliographical databases, Full-text databases, and Comprehensive CD. Full-text databases include a back volume of medical journals, articles, medical yearbooks, review articles, textbooks, etc.
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LIFE AFTER ENTERING A MEDICAL COLLEGELife at a Medical College is different from life at school or outside the medical college. Being able to go through all the stress and exhaustion of the process of pre-medical preparation and ultimately becoming successful in achieving the goal of entering a medical college is a very big achievement itself. But that doesn’t end the quest, it’s just the beginning of a new era of hard work and life at a Medical College goes with various challenges, and to become a successful physician and beat those challenges a few tips are mentioned below:
MOSTLY IT’S HARD WORK ALONGSIDE SMART WORK:Studying medicine comes with a certain expectation to work harder on average than most other fields students. There are generally more contact hours than other subjects with practical’s and lectures taking up a great deal of time. Of course, it’s not just the contact hours when you are working, lecture notes need to be read over, essays have to be written, practical’s should be prepared for, and keeping on top of it all can be a challenge. This is especially the case as your workload will vary from week to week, sometimes having a great deal of work and sometimes having a whole week with very little to do. Therefore it’s important to be flexible with how you work and appreciate that sometimes you will have to put in a long stint of work in order to have the time off when you need it. So hard work and smart work are needed to achieve the best.
ORGANISATION IS KEY:Studying at a university is a real contrast to being a student at school and one of the real challenges is organizing your work and activities. You can no longer rely on your parents to keep a calendar of everything that’s going on and instead you must sort things for yourself. Add to this the fact that a significant proportion of time at university will be spent feeling tired, due to excessive studying or partying, and there is a recipe for potential disaster. Practicals may coincide with sports matches or different events might be happening when you’re meant to see your family. The most important thing is to have some kind of system, whether it is a paper diary you keep with you or a calendar on your phone. Make sure you’re not the one who is always nearly missing things or running around at the last minute trying to work out where you’re supposed to be.
TAKE TIME TO RELAX:At medical colleges life is very tough; despite making your utmost efforts you might not be able to get the highest marks or completely solve your assignments. But that is okay; for at medical college you are studying with intelligent students. You shouldn’t get discouraged and after completing your work you should take time to relax by either playing games, going out with friends, or involving yourself in some other healthy activity. You should lessen your stress and work with a fresh mind.
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