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Osmania Medical College (OMC)


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Introduction of Osmania Medical College (OMC)

Osmania Medical College (OMC) is one of the oldest institutes of India and its concept dates back to 1595 AD when it was called Dar-Ul-Shifa in Hyderabad. Originally its name was Hyderabad Medical School and was affiliated to Osmania University. Now the university is affiliated to Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences. It is ranked 16th amongst all Indian Medical universities. Osmania Medical College is committed to provide World class education and research. They intend to be recognized at home and abroad as a leading and trendsetter institute of medical education and research. Osmania Medical College aims to impart a comprehensive medical education leading to MBBS doctors who are great care providers, community leader, manager and decision maker. To know more about Osmania Medical College (OMC) visit their Offical Website.


Affiliations

  • NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada.
  • Approved by Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Aid Status- Government.

Eligibility Criteria for Osmania Medical College (OMC)

Following conditions need to be satisfied for the eligibility of the candidate applying:

  • The candidates must have completed the age of 17 years as on 31st December of the year of the admission.
  • The maximum age for applying is 25 years for general category.
  • Interested students must have passed class 10+2 or equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology as subjects. Candidates appearing in the qualifying examination may also apply.
  • They must have a total of at least 50% marks altogether, in the above subjects, at a final examination of the Pre University Course or its equivalent. In case the student belongs to Scheduled Castes, Tribes or other backward Classes, The minimum total marks required in the qualifying exam are 40%.

Admission Criteria for Osmania Medical College (OMC)

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

    Number of Questions

    Zoology

    45

    Botany

    45

    Physics

    45

    Chemistry

    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 OMC 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.

Fee Structure of Osmania Medical College (OMC)

    Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS):

    YEAR 1: 120,000

    YEAR 2: 120,000

    YEAR 3: 120,000

    YEAR 4: 120,000

    YEAR 5: 120,000

    TOTAL: 600,000

    Master of Surgery [M.S.]:

    YEAR 1: 100,000

    YEAR 2: 100,000

    TOTAL: 200,000

    Master of Chitutgiae [M.CH]:

    YEAR 1: 130,000

    YEAR 2: 130,000

    YEAR 3: 130,000

    TOTAL: 390,000

    DM:

    YEAR 1: 100,000

    YEAR 2: 100,000

    YEAR 3: 100,000

    TOTAL: 300,000

    Doctrate of Medicine [M.D]:

    YEAR 1: 100,000

    YEAR 2: 100,000

    TOTAL: 200,000


Courses Offered

    Undergraduate Courses

  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).
  • Bachelors in Physical Therapy (BPT).

    Postgraduate Courses

    Clinical Courses

  • MD – (Doctor of Medicine) A 3-year course in following specialties:
  • Internal Medicine.
  • Pediatrics.
  • Radiology.
  • Anesthesiology.
  • Dermatology.
  • Pulmonology/Chest Medicine.
  • Psychiatry.
  • MS – (Master of Surgery) A 3-year course in following specialties:
    • General Surgery.
    • Orthopedics.
    • Obstetrics & Gynecology.
    • Ophthalmology.
    • Otorhinolaryngology (ENT).
  • PG Diploma (2 year) courses in:
    • Anesthesiology.
    • Obstetrics & Gynecology.
    • Ophthalmology.
    • Otorhinolaryngology.
    • Pediatrics.
    • Radiology.

      Non-Clinical Courses:

    • MD – A 3-year course in following specialties:
    • Physiology.
    • Pharmacology.
    • Biochemistry.
    • Pathology.
    • Microbiology.
    • Forensic Medicine.
    • Anatomy.

      Super Specialty Courses:

      Medical – DM (Doctor of Medicine) in:

    • Cardiology.
    • Endocrinology.
    • Gastroenterology.
    • Nephrology.
    • Neurology.
  • Surgical – MCh (Master of Chirurgy) in:
    • Cardiothoracic surgery.
    • Neurosurgery.
    • Plastic Surgery.
    • Urology surgical gastroenterology.

    Teaching Hospitals

    Osmania has a rich history of pioneering medical innovations. For the first time, chloroform was used as an anesthetic in Osmania. The causative agent of malaria was elucidated by Ronald Ross who has been immortalized by the Sir Ronald Ross Institute of Tropical and Communicable Diseases (popular by the name Fever Hospital) affiliated to Osmania.

    Osmania Medical College is perhaps the only college in India which has separate teaching hospitals for each department. Following are the hospitals:

    • Osmania General Hospital: It is a multi-specialty hospital with advanced training in sub-specialty of Medicine, Surgery, Radiology, Anesthesiology, Orthopedic surgery, Neurosurgery, Neurology.
    • Government Maternity Hospital: It is a tertiary care hospital for Obstetrics and Gynecology.
    • Niloufer Hospital: It is one of the largest hospitals of Asia and is a tertiary care hospital for Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Neonatology, Maternal-Fetal Medicine.
    • Sir Ronald Ross Institute of Tropical and Communicable Diseases.
    • Modern Government Maternity Hospital, Petlaburz: It is a tertiary care obstetrics and gynecology hospital.
    • Mehdi Nawaz Jung Institute of Oncology: It is the first government cancer hospital of its sort in India.
    • Sarojini Devi Eye Hospital: It is a tertiary care ophthalmological institute with advanced training in ophthalmology.
    • Government E. N. T. Hospital: It is one of the largest ENT hospitals in Asia and provides tertiary care for ear, nose and throat (ENT) disorders.
    • Institute of Mental Health, Erragadda: It is one of the oldest psychiatric institutes in the country.
    • Government Chest Hospital: It is a tertiary care hospital for all kinds of lung disorders, especially tuberculosis and Pott’s disease of the spine.
    • Rural Health Centre, Patancheru.
    • Outreach hospitals surrounding Hyderabad.

    Campus Life at Osmania Medical College (OMC)

    Osmania Medical College campus is located in Koti, which is at the heart of the city of Hyderabad. It provides all sorts of facilities to its students, teaching staff as well as doctors. It has an auditorium, about the size of a cinema hall. It also has boarding facilities in the form of 4 large hostel buildings (separate hostels for men and women).The hostel buildings are named after great pioneers of medicine in India – Susrutha and Charaka. (also a small building for the alumni association). The campus also has state of the art sports facilities in the form a football/cricket (multipurpose) ground, an outdoor basketball court with lighting facility, a tennis court, volleyball court and a Table Tennis room. There are outdoor badminton courts in all of the hostels. Apart from this the college has an Electrophysiology Lab. This facility is unique and Osmania Medical College is the only medical college in the state of Telangana with such a facility.


    Notable Alumni

    Few of the notable alumni of OMC are:

    • Dr. Chelikani Venkata Rama Rao, famous Communist leader and Parliamentarian.
    • Dr. Mandadi Prabhakar Reddy, a versatile Telugu Character actor.
    • Dr. K. Srinath Reddy MD, DM, the president of the Public Health Foundation of India.
    • Dr. P Shankar Rao, Former MLA, Secunderabad Cantonment
    • Dr. Nagam Janardhan Reddy, Former MLA, Nagar Kurnool, BJP
    • Dr. J. Geeta Reddy, MLA, Zaheerabad Constituency, Indian National Congress
    • Dr. Anupama Rao, Famous Gynaecologist in Hyderabad

    Student Life at Osmania Medical College (OMC)

    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 in OMC then you are definitely one of the hard workers who deserve that their talent is groomed by one of the best professionals of medical industry. By intention of preparing you for the future we would like to point out that life at a medical college is not easy, may it be any medical college. Even the most intelligent and hardworking people sometimes find themselves 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

      The hardest thing to do at not just a medical college but at any university is managing time. If you don’t get to it in your first few days, you will have to face a lot of extra hardships later on. To avoid that, in the first few days at your college, take a note of how things work, what processes are followed and what goes where etc. Once you get the gist of it all, make a rough schedule. Compartmentalize your work. Assign time to each task and try to complete it in the assigned time. The more you keep on your schedule the easier things will get. Next, you should get used to making a daily to-do list. All the homework, assignment, or any other task that you get, should go into that to-do list with a due date. Use applications to set reminders to help you complete your work before the due date. What is even better is that you don’t leave the tasks to the last minute. Procrastination will have to wait. Getting to your tasks as soon as possible will help save you from a lot of future trouble. Keeping a list of all the tasks with their due dates and following a schedule regularly will make sure that you never miss a deadline.

      Self Help

      As stated above, University or College life differs a lot from school life. Here, only attending lectures may not be enough. It will be required of a person to follow a proper schedule and set aside time for regular catching-up on studies. Sometimes a person finds themselves in a condition where lectures are just not helping them learn, what they can do is turn to either a friend or a TA for guidance. They should never consider this useless, or something that they may over come on their own, asking for help will actually get you help in these situations. Ask an intelligent class fellow to sit with you and help you study or conduct group study sessions, they have shown to work wonders. But never think that you have to go through this alone. Learn from others, ask them to teach you, and teach them yourself too, which can help with retaining your knowledge.

      Dr. Najeeb Lectures

      In the off-chance that you find yourself in a situation described above, and none of the above mentioned methods work, or even if you don’t feel like trying out all of them just yet, you can always go to Dr. Najeeb’s Lectures for help. These are video lectures which are a great source for self-studying. 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. These lectures 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 a lifetime access to these lectures and even download the app to avail them anytime, anywhere.

      Reward Yourself

      From the tough competition, rigorous studying, constant exams, and all that hard work, it is necessary for you to take some time out for yourself. Self-care is very important if you wish to succeed at anything in life. So to relax and take some time off from all the hard work, it is required that you ease your mind. Find a hobby or anything that would qualify as extracurricular and take out some time from your busy schedule for this. You need to reward yourself for your continuous hardships. Apart from that it will help you have a fresh mind when you go back to your work so maybe you could learn better or come up with more creative things (whatever is required).

      Best of luck!

      For more information you can visit OMC’s official website.

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