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Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College


DDYMC

About DDYMC:

(DDYMC) Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre came into being by the tireless effort of Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Ex-Governor, Bihar, and Tripura. The college was established in 1996 and was set up with the desire for it to be the best College, Hospital and Research Centre in Maharashtra and across the country.

    College

    (DDYMC) Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College is the first private college in the State of Maharashtra to receive approval of the Medical Council of India (M.C.I.) and Government of India. Initially, it had an intake of 100 MBBS students per year but now it has been increased to 250 students per year. The college is the first Medical College in Maharashtra and third private Medical College in India recognized by MCI for 250 seats.(DDYMC) Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College has been ranked 20th all over India and 1st in the State of Maharashtra by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF).(DDYMC) Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College, Hospital and Research Centre, Pune has won a coveted position in the Guinness Book of World Records by screening the most number of individuals in one hour for hypertension on the eve of World Heart Day 2018.

    Goal

    The main goal of the Institute besides imparting education is to educate and train in such a way so that there is all-round development of the student. In the long run, this will not only help students achieve all round success in their career but also assist them to identify and prioritize health needs to serve humanity.


Eligibility Criteria DDYMC:

Students applying for the college should qualify for National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) in which students should score 50% aggregate and 40% in case of SC, ST or OBC.

Eligibility Criteria for Appearing in MBBS is:

  • Candidates must have completed 17 years of education and should be Indian National.
  • The upper age limit for all candidates is 25 except for candidates that belong to SC/ ST/ OBC.
  • Candidates should have appeared and passed in the examination of Chemistry, English, Physics and Biotechnology/ Biology in the 11th and 12th years of their education.
  • Candidates who appeared for their 12 class examination through open learning are not eligible.

Admission in DDYMC:

When a candidate has fulfilled all the eligibility criteria conditions they move on to the admission process. Admission is conducted via the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). 

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (Neet)

In NEET the candidate has to score a minimum of 50%, however, students of ST/ SC/ OBC have to score a minimum of 45%. The entrance test has 180 MCQs with 4 options to choose from. The exam is conducted in 3 hours and the number of question per subject is as follows:

Subjects

No of Questions

Botany

45

Physics

45

Chemistry

45

Zoology

45

Total

180

  • The maximum number of marks a candidate can achieve is 720.
  • For every correct answer, the candidate gets 4 marks and for every wrong answer, the candidate loses one mark.
  • The exam has to be performed with a black or blue pen.
  • The questions from the above subjects are related to the information the candidate studied in 10+2 levels at school.

After the NEET examination takes place, a merit list is prepared and students are chosen according to their merit number. However, if two or more students have equal scores in NEET, preference will be given to

  • Candidate having higher marks in Biology, NEET.
  • Candidate having higher marks in Chemistry, NEET.
  • Candidate older in age.

Students who are selected after the NEET examination scores then are given a schedule of NEET counseling in which they are guided about the subjects being offered in the institute and how to complete the admission process. However, for this, NEET counseling, some documents are required:

  • 10th class examination mark sheet and certificate.
  • HSC examination mark sheet and certificate.
  • NEET admit card and score sheet.
  • Course and Conduct certificate.
  • Caste certificate for candidates seeking SC/ ST/ OBC quota.

Courses by DDYMC:

    B.B.S.

    M.D.

  • General Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Anesthesiology
  • Psychiatry
  • Radio-diagnosis
  • Respiratory Medicine
  • Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprosy
  • Pathology
  • Community Medicine
  • Pharmacology
  • Microbiology
  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Emergency Medicine
  • M.S.

  • General Surgery
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Orthopedics
  • Ophthalmology
  • Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)
  • Super Specialty

  • Ch. (Neuro Surgery)
  • Ch. (Urology)
  • Ch. Cardio Vascular & Thoracic Surgery
  • Ch. Plastic Surgery
  • M. Cardiology
  • M. (Neurology)
  • M. (Nephrology)
  • Ph.D.


Departments in DDYMC:

  • Department of Anatomy
  • Department of Physiology
  • Department of Biochemistry
  • Department of Pharmacology
  • Department of Pathology
  • Department of Microbiology
  • Department of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology
  • Department of Medicine
  • Department of Pediatrics
  • Department of Psychiatry
  • Department of TB & Respiratory Diseases
  • Department of Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprosy
  • Department of Surgery
  • Department of Orthopedics
  • Department of Ophthalmology
  • Department of ENT
  • Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care
  • Department of Radio-diagnosis and Imaging
  • Department of Neurosurgery
  • Department of Urology
  • Department of Community Medicine

Teaching Hospital

Dr. D. Y. Patil Hospital is a charitable hospital that was founded in 2004. The hospital has a facility of 1500 beds and has a 100-bedded ICU facility, 15 operation theatres, a 24×7 charitable casualty, and trauma center as well as a blood bank accredited by National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH), India.


Fee Structure of DDYMC:

    BACHELOR OF MEDICINE, BACHELOR OF SURGERY [MBBS]

    Year 1

    ₹2,575,000

    Year 2

    ₹2,575,000

    Year 3

    ₹2,575,000

    Year 4

    ₹2,575,000

    Year 5

    ₹2,575,000

    Total

    ₹12,875,000

     

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE [B.SC]

    Year 1

    ₹100,000

    Year 2

    ₹100,000

    Year 3

    ₹100,000

    Year 4

    ₹100,000

    Total

    ₹400,000

     

    POST BASIC BACHELOR OF SCIENCE [P.B.B.SC] (NURSING)

    Year 1

    ₹55,000

    Year 2

    ₹55,000

    Total

    ₹110,000

     

    BACHELOR OF SCIENCE [B.SC] {HONS.} (BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES)

    Year 1

    ₹75,000

    Year 2

    ₹75,000

    Year 3

    ₹75,000

    Total

    ₹235,000

     

    BACHELOR OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

    Year 1

    ₹175,000

    Year 2

    ₹175,000

    Year 3

    ₹175,000

    Year 4

    ₹175,000

    Total

    ₹700,000

     

    BACHELOR OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY

    Year 1

    ₹600,000

    Year 2

    ₹600,000

    Year 3

    ₹600,000

    Year 4

    ₹600,000

    Year 5

    ₹600,000

    Total

    ₹3,000,000

     

    BACHELOR OF PHYSIOTHERAPY [BPT]

    Year 1

    ₹610,000

    Year 2

    ₹610,000

    Year 3

    ₹610,000

    Year 4

    ₹610,000

    Total

    ₹2,445,000


Sports

The college gives a lot of importance to the extra-curricular activities of its students. Not only do they focus on providing quality education but also at giving students a platform to find and nurture their athletic side as well.

The college has a multi-purpose sports ground where cricket and football training is given. The ground is spread over an area of 14937 sq.m and it is regularly maintained by the institute.

The college also has a national level swimming pool, basketball courts, tennis courts as well as a volleyball court for its students.

Indoor sports facilities are also available; such as squash, carom, table tennis, and badminton.

Dr. D.Y. Patil Medical College also has a very well equipped gymnasium which includes a series of well-differentiated sections for Strength Training, Cardio, Cross fit and Yoga. Along with this Goal – Oriented Personal Training is also available which specializes in weight loss and a rare Taekwondo Training Program.


    After Getting into DDYMC

    Getting into a good medical college is everyone’s dream and let’s be honest, it is one of the toughest things to do and getting into an institute like this one is a big achievement. Dr. DY Patil Medical College is among the top medical colleges of Indore, and it is known for providing the best medical knowledge to its students which helps them develop and become future doctors of the world. If you get into DDYMC, you’re one of those few intelligent and hardworking people who deserved to be here and be the best doctors in the world with the help of great faculty members at the institute.

    Anyway, Congratulations! You have cleared the first and the toughest step of this journey. Now, what next? Now, comes the next step and a bit tough one comprising of a lot of challenges for you but don’t worry, if you have qualified for the first step, it’ll be easy for you to clear the next step too. It will require a bit of hard work and your focus to overcome these challenges. Here are the few tips mentioned below to help you:

    Managing Time:

    First things first, MANAGING TIME! Time is the key to your success and of course, failure. If you have a hold of your time, you’re going to be successful no matter what. I’m not specifically talking about a medical college but if you talk about any university, managing time is really important to survive there. If you’re going to get into all this stuff of managing your time from the very start, the medical college will be comparatively easy for you because you’re already a champ but the results are going to be opposite if you’re not going to manage your time.

    Now, the question is how to manage time? Firstly, take notes of everything from day one. Yes, it helps a lot. Take notes in the classes, how is everything going to work, the processes and procedures, etc. Once you know how things work at your campus, make a schedule for them assigning most of the time to the most important tasks and try to complete each task within the timeframe provided. This will help you be on track and make things easier for you.

    As you have taken notes and assigned time to each task, it was more of a generalized schedule. Time to be a little more specific. All the homework, assignments, test or quizzes, everything should be noted by you separately in a daily to-do-list. Every task should be noted in that with the due date and several reminders should be set to avoid delays. Procrastination should be strictly avoided in medical college because completing your tasks as soon as possible will help you be on track. Otherwise, you’ll be in a big mess because you won’t be able to cope up with all the daily stuff. Regularly following that to-do-list will help you complete all the tasks on time and meet your deadlines.

    Self-Study:

    Is it necessary that your teacher’s teaching method will match your learning method? Well, it’s not. This is the main reason a lot of the students who were pretty good in their studies before getting into a medical college, becomes frustrated and are unable to continue. They had this image in their mind that they have always been pretty good in the past and they’ll be good in the future too, so they don’t pay enough attention to the studies at the start and then regret later on. Well, don’t worry and don’t stress about this if it has already happened to you. It happens with everyone but do remember that you can’t control everything. One can only try to do those things which are in his control rather than stressing over those things which were never in his control.

    Whenever you don’t understand anything in the class, ask a friend or any other classmate to help you out with it. Try to make that thing clear to you as soon as possible and not leave it for the future because you’ll end up missing something and you won’t understand another thing because you missed that thing in the first place and BOOM, you don’t understand anything now. Try to get things clear when they’re fresh in your mind, it’ll help you understand faster! Try to indulge yourself in self-study but if it doesn’t work for you, go for the group study. You can benefit a lot from group study, do try to seek help and help others too if needed. Again, allocating time to self-study and group-study is the key thing.

    Dr. Najeeb Lectures:

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    These lectures almost cover all the topics included in the current medical curriculum of most of the medical colleges and are a great source to understand every topic you’re being taught in your class. These lectures don’t contain that bookish knowledge due to which you don’t understand things in the class, whereas it is the visual representation of that knowledge that will help you understand things better. The hand-drawn illustrations included in these lectures will make you grasp every concept quickly. Furthermore, one can get lifetime access to these lectures and even download the app to avail them anytime, anywhere.

    Self-Care/Rewarding Yourself:

    The only thing you have to do for the rest of your time in a medical college is study? NO! Don’t overburden yourself. Despite all the rigorous studying, tight schedules, frequent exams, and tests, you need to take some time out for yourself to care about YOU. Try to indulge yourself in several extra-curricular activities happening in the college, they’ll help you to have a break from your studies. Just try to complete everything on time, so that you can enjoy everything else too to keep yourself relax!

    Reward yourself frequently whenever you achieve something, for instance, you got the highest marks in a class test then you need to reward yourself for your continuous hardships. Find a hobby, which will help you freshen your mind so that you can work and learn better.

    Choose your FRIENDS wisely:

    This step is very important and should be kept in mind from day one. Be very careful and very picky about people. No, it doesn’t mean that you don’t talk to anyone but chose your friends wisely. Help every person who asks for help from you and avoid getting into any conflict with anyone. If you end up getting into one, try to resolve that as soon as possible, so that you don’t get distracted from your studies because of that.

    Carefully observe the people around you and make friends very carefully because friends can help you spend the rest of your time in college nicely or they can ruin it. Making more allies than enemies is a good option, help people a lot because they’ll help you out too when you’ll need it. Try to be a little sharp-minded and keep yourself from getting exploited. Help out others because this way, you can make more allies than enemies and they could end up helping you in your time of need.

    In the end, we would like to assure you that there are always ups and downs in life. Don’t lose hope, keep our tips in mind and Good luck!


Contact Details of DDYMC:

Sant Tukaram Nagar, Pimpri, Pune- 411018

Ph. No: 91-20-27420010, 27420156,

Telefax: 91-20-27420069

E-mail: [email protected]

 

 

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