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(JMC) – JSS Medical College, Mysore


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About (JMC) – JSS Medical College, Mysore:

(JMC) – JSS Medical College, Mysore was established in 1984 in Mysore, Karnataka, India. The college has been awarded the 17th position in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), 2019. It takes in 200 students of M.B.B.S. each year and also offers 22 different medical disciplines along with four super specialty courses.

The college aims to provide Medical Education of the highest standard by providing students with the best faculty as well as state of the art infrastructure, laboratories and modern teaching aids, etc.

(JMC) – JSS Medical College, Mysore has a strategic plan called ‘MANTRA’, which stands for:

  • Medical care with compassion
  • Academic excellence
  • Nurturing student quality
  • Technology-driven education and care
  • Research and innovations
  • Achieve continuous and lifelong learning

    Vision

    To provide leadership in medical education, research and contribute to humane and cost-effective health care

    Mission

    To produce a breed of a globally competent medical professionals with a strong urge to serve humanity with the core values of sincerity passion towards lifelong learning, meaningful research, and patient care guided by ethics.

    Recognition

    (JMC) – JSS Medical College, Mysore is recognized by:

  • Medical Council of India (MCI)
  • General Medical Council (UK)
  • Sri Lanka Medical Council
  • WHO
  • Royal College of UK, for the award of MRCOG

Eligibility and Admission Procedure

UG-Level

Course Name

Specialization

Eligibility Criteria

Duration

MBBS

Medicine

50% in 10+2 examination under the Board of Karnataka State with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematics as optional subjects OR any other examination recognized as equivalent by the Mysore University / Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka. For the candidates belonging to SC/ST, the minimum percentage of marks required for the admission process should be 40% in PCB. Preference will be given to the merit students.

5 and half years (including a compulsory rotatory internship of one-year duration)

PG-Level

Candidate applying for MS, MD or a Diploma must have completed their M.B.B.S. Application process for these PG level courses start by the end of March month and admission to all these courses is based on the performance of the candidates at COMEDK PGET score.

  • The shortlisted candidates are then invited for counseling at the college.
  • The applicants must have obtained a permanent registration of any State Medical Council

COMEDK (Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka) is a state-level medical entrance examination but is open for all India candidates. This test acts as the gateway to the PG courses.

Course Name

Specialization

Eligibility Criteria

Seats

Duration

MD

Anatomy

Physiology

Bio-Chemistry

Pharmacology

Pathology

Microbiology

Community Medicine

Forensic Medicine

General Medicine

Pediatrics

Anesthesia

Dermatology

Psychiatry

Radiology

TB & Respiratory Medicine

Emergency Medicine

MBBS examination after pursuing a degree in a Medical College, recognized by the Medical Council of India, With the completion of one-year compulsory rotating internship in a teaching institution or other institutions recognized by the Medical Council of India

4

4

3

4

8

4

4

 

3

 

12

4

8

1

3

2

2

 

2

 

3 Year(s)

MS

General Surgery

OBG

Orthopedics

ENT

Ophthalmology

MBBS examination after pursuing a degree in a Medical College, recognized by the Medical Council of India, With the completion of one-year compulsory rotating internship in a teaching institution or other institutions recognized by the Medical Council of India

8

6

6

4

2

3 Year(s)

PG Diploma

DCP

DGO

DCH

DA

D’ORTHO’

DLO

DDVL

DO

DPM

DMRD

MBBS examination after pursuing a degree in a Medical College, recognized by the Medical Council of India, With the completion of one-year compulsory rotating internship in a teaching institution or other institutions recognized by the Medical Council of India

6

6

3

4

6

2

1

1

1

2

3 Year(s)

 

Ph.D.

Course Name

Specialization

Eligibility Criteria

Ph.D.

Anatomy

Biochemistry

Microbiology

Master’s Degree in the concerned subject of this University like M.Sc (Medical), M.D, M.S., M.H, D.N.B, D.M., or a degree considered as an equivalent one by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, are eligible to enroll for Ph.D. courses in this University.


Application Process

  • A candidate is required to download the prescribed application form from the university’s official website
  • The downloaded and printed application form should be sent along with a processing fee of Rs. 3,000/- only by way of DD favoring “JSS UNIVERSITY FEE ACCOUNT”, MYSORE, payable at Mysore

    Courses Offered

    Under Graduate

    MBBS
    • Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
      B.Sc. (Allied Sciences)
    • Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
    • Forensic Science
    • Cardiac Care Technology
    • Emergency Medicine Technology
    • Imagining Technology
    • Medical Laboratory Technology
    • Anesthesia & Operation Theater Technology
    • Optometry
    • Perfusion Technology
    • Renal Dialysis Technology
    • Respiratory Care Technology
      Dental (UG) Courses
    • Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)
      Pharmacy (UG) Courses in Mysore & Ooty Colleges
    • Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)
    • Bachelor of Pharmacy Lateral Entry (B.Pharm)
    • Bachelor of Pharmacy (Practice) (B.Pharm Practice)
      Department of Water & Health – Faculty of Life Sciences (UG) Courses
    • Biotechnology
    • Environmental Sciences
    • Microbiology            
    • Psychology            
    • Food, Nutrition & Dietetics
      Department of Health System Management Studies (UG) Courses
    • BBA in Hospital & Health System Management

      Post Graduate

    • Phil
    • Clinical Psychology            
    • Psychiatric Social Work
    • Sc. (Medical Sciences)
    • Clinical Embryology            
    • Medical Anatomy
    • Medical Biochemistry
    • Medical Microbiology
    • Medical Pharmacology
    • Medical Physiology
    • MD
    • Anesthesia
    • Anatomy
    • Biochemistry
    • Community Medicine
    • Dermatology Venereology & Leprosy
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Forensic Medicine
    • General Medicine
    • Hospital Administration
    • Microbiology
    • Pediatrics
    • Pathology
    • Pharmacology
    • Physiology
    • Psychiatry
    • Radio-Diagnosis
    • TB & Respiratory Medicine            
    • MS
    • ENT
    • General Surgery
    • OBG
    • Ophthalmology
    • Orthopedics
    • MPH
    • Master of Public Health            
    • Post Graduate (PG) Diploma
    • Anesthesiology (DA)
    • Child Health (DCH)
    • Clinical Pathology (DCP)
    • Dermatology Venereology & Leprosy(DDVL)
    • DMRD
    • Obstetrics & Gynecology (DGO)
    • Ophthalmology (DO)
    • Orthopedics (D. Ortho)
    • Otolaryngology (DLO)
    • Psychiatric Medicine (DPM)
    • Super Specialty (DM/M.Ch)
    • DM – Medical Gastroenterology
    • DM – Nephrology
    • DM – Neurology
    • Ch. – Urology

    Departments

    • Anesthesiology
    • Anatomy
    • Biochemistry
    • Clinical Psychology
    • Community Medicine
    • Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy
    • Emergency Medicine
    • Forensic Medicine
    • General Medicine
    • General Surgery
    • Geriatrics
    • Hospital Administration
    • Microbiology
    • Obstetrics & Gynecology
    • Ophthalmology
    • Orthopedics
    • Oto-Rhino-laryngology (ENT)
    • Pediatrics
    • Pathology
    • Pharmacology
    • Physiology
    • Psychiatry
    • Radiology
    • Respiratory Medicine
    • Super Speciality-C.T.V.S
    • Super Speciality-Cardiac Anesthesiology
    • Super Speciality-Cardiology
    • Super Speciality-Endocrinology
    • Super Speciality-Gastroenterology
    • Super Speciality-Medical Oncology
    • Super Speciality-Nephrology
    • Super Speciality-Neuro-Surgery
    • Super Speciality-Neurology
    • Super Speciality-Pediatric Surgery
    • Super Speciality-Plastic Surgery
    • Super Speciality-Rheumatology
    • Super Speciality-Surgical Gastroenterology
    • Super Speciality-Surgical Oncology
    • Super Speciality-Urology

    Facilities

    JSSMC’s approach to admissions evaluates not just the transcript, but the whole person. Students are not just selected based on their grades, but also on their passion, drive, and humanitarian spirit. We have found that these qualities make excellent physicians. Hence, JSS Medical College’s student activity groups tend to be more than networking opportunities and social hubs, but also philanthropic outlets where students take part in service projects.

      Hostel

      (JMC) – JSS Medical College, Mysore has separate hostel facilities for boys and girls with rooms that are well-furnished and hygienic. The hostel provides quality food to its residence, a separate pantry for each hostel and a laundry room as well. Apart from this, there is round the clock security in the hostels along with CCTV cameras for continuous monitoring of decorum.

      Sports

      (JMC) – JSS Medical College, Mysore emphasizes not only on making good doctors but also providing students with sports facilities to keep them physically fit. The college has a Basketball Ground, Football Ground, Volleyball Court, Throw-ball Court, Badminton Court, Table Tennis, Athletic Track, Chess, Carom and a Gymnasium as well.

      Facilities for physically challenged students

      JSSMC is a place for everyone. Everyone is accepted into the College based on their capability to do wonders and help humanity. Students that are physically challenged are well accommodated by the College staff by providing them with:

    • Wheel Chairs
    • Stretches
    • Ramps provided in all the floors of the college and hostel
    • Suitable toilets provided in college and hostels
    • Lift facilities available

      Bank

      A branch of State Bank of Mysore at S.S.Nagara, Mysore shares its banking services with the college, is just attached to the college building. Both the Post Office (Sub Branch) and the Telegraph Offices are on the campus.

      Academic Society

      The College has an academic society. All the teaching staff, Post Graduate students and interns are the members of this society. The society conducts academic meetings every fortnight where high standard academic discussions take place and interesting clinical materials are discussed.

      Ethical Committee

      This committee was constituted in September 1994 as per the guidelines of ICMR (an apex and statutory body of clinical research in India). This committee guides investigations/researchers in the ethical aspects of the research programs. Funds by the Governmental agencies and publications in professional journals necessitates the project to get approval from this committee.

      Co-operative Society

      The co-operative society is also a part of the college, which supplies the needs of the students with their essential daily requirements and other requirements such as textbooks, notebooks, papers, surgical items, etc. The society works on a `no profit – no loss` basis.

      Library

      The library is an easily accessible place that covers an area of 3,206 sq. meters. It has a collection of over 40,000 books that cover all Medical subjects. JSSMC library has 267 national and international journals as well as a good collection of reference, research material, back volumes, WHO technical reports, project reports, etc.

      The library has a seating capacity of over 600 people and has WiFi as well.

      The College library hours are:

      Monday to Friday: 09:00 a.m to 12.00 p.m

      Saturday: 09.00 a.m to 11.00 p.m

      Sunday and other holidays: 09.00 a.m to 11.00 p.m

       


    JSS Hospital

    JSS Primary Healthcare Center was established in 1974 and became a teaching hospital for JSSMC when the College was established in 1984. Now the hospital is one of the biggest Medical-Healthcare Centers of India with a facility of 1800 beds. The hospital has state-of-the-art infrastructure and the most advanced equipment. It is a non-profit hospital and is dedicated to serving the poor and downtrodden with affordable and quality healthcare.

     


    After Getting into JSS Medical College

    Firstly, if you make it this far, then congratulations! Because getting into a medical college is no less than a challenge, not only in India but all over the world too. And if you get selected for JSS Medical College than you are probably one of the hard workers who deserve that their talent is groomed by one of the best professionals of the medical industry. By the intention of warning you, and not scaring you away, we would like to point out that life at a medical college is not easy, may it be any college. Even the most intelligent and hardworking people sometimes get frustrated and tangled in all the work along with extra-curricular activities. So to give you a heads up and a few guidelines on how to deal with basic issues that students may face in a medical college are listed below:

      Managing Time:

      To stay on top or even survive in a medical college you need to stay up to date on everything. Managing time can be hard and a lot of work can go to waste, deadlines can be missed, marks can be lost and it can even affect your health if a proper schedule is not formed and followed. The minute the studying starts you need to start organizing your tasks according to their importance and impact. You can either make a schedule by hand or use applications available for this purpose which can even remind of tasks to be done. Never leave something on tomorrow, try to get every assignment/worksheet/homework you get as soon as possible. Keep a track of your classes, carefully read your college time table so that you don’t end up accidentally missing a lecture because you read the time table wrong (believe us, that happens).

      A Little Formal Education and a lot of DIY:

      Once you are done with your school and then intermediate studies, do not expect things to run that smoothly from there onwards. Because you have to enter professional life after college, college is your trial where you learn how to deal with people around you and do most of your work on your own. Hence in college, it will be your and only your job to make sure you’re on top of your work, your friends, teachers, or anyone else will not take the responsibility of making sure you understand everything and complete whatever work is required. Teachers will give lectures and that is probably all the formal education you will be getting, there will be no spoon-feeding so you will have to add a lot of do-it-yourself to it. Research, practice and ask questions. “Practice makes perfect” it is said. Do not depend on lecturers to teach you every single thing; it is not even humanly possible for them to do so with such a high number of students. The point being, a lot of self-help will be involved in helping you achieve your goals.

      Dr. Najeeb Lectures:

      As stated previously, there will be numerous times when self-studies will be required. There can be plenty of reasons for that i.e. you might have missed some lectures or the teacher assigned to you might not be so good at delivering the lectures, or their way of delivering lectures might not match your way of learning. For that, you can either ask Teacher’s Assistants or your classmates to help but even that can fail at times. For such times, will be your guiding star. Dr. Najeeb’s Lectures are the world’s most popular medical Lectures, covering all the topics of Gross Anatomy, Neuro-anatomy, Embryology, Histology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology. They are video lectures that cover almost all the topics in the current medical curriculum of most medical colleges. They contain visualization of what you study in your books. The hand-drawn illustrations in these lectures make it very easy to grasp the concepts. Furthermore, one can get lifetime access to these lectures and even download the app to avail them anytime, anywhere.

      Clinical Learning and Long Term Retention:

      Just as no two human beings can ever be the same in their life experiences, no two students can have the same clinical experience. Your experience will be what you make of it. Keep in mind that whatever you learn is not to be forgotten. You are opting for a career that requires retention of this knowledge for a lifetime. To look at the short term aspects, what you learn will be there again in your finals, and again during residency when you start treating actual patients. So whatever you learn, make sure you understand it completely now, casual look=ups are fine to jock up your memory when required but if you don’t understand the concept you will have to do it later on.

      People Management:

      Throughout your life, you will get to meet new and different people. Consider your life at this college as training for that. Here too, you will meet different kinds of people. You will have to learn how to assess a person; it will be for your good. Avoid trouble and steer clear of bad influencers. Even if you end up having a bad experience with some, do not get your hopes down, instead, consider it a lesson.

      At 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!

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