Share this:

Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)


  Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)  

Introduction of Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

King Edward Memorial Hospital and Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC) was established in 1926 and is situated in Mumbai. The university offers Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Superspecialty medical courses. It is affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik and the hospital is funded by Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai due to which it provides free healthcare services to under-privileged patients. Seth G.S. Medical College is one of the top 10 medical universities in India. Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas has faculty members who together contribute to the advancement of educational methods and also to facilitate and promote education and research to their students. The university aims to teach medical students to be physicians and to provide such learning experiences as well as inspire all medical graduates of the university to be prepared to practice medicine at the highest standards and to serve all individuals in society in the pursuit of health.


Eligibility & Admission Criteria of Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

There are many factors that have to be met before a student can apply in Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC) . They are as follows:

  • They have to be Indian citizens or Indian nationals living overseas.
  • The lower age limit for candidates applying is 17 years and the upper age limit is 25 years. Whereas, candidates of SC/ OBC/ ST are offered a relaxation of 5 years.
  • All candidates applying should have taken Physics, Chemistry and Biology examinations in HSSC.
  • All candidates should have passed with a minimum of 50% for the above mentioned subjects.
  • Physically handicapped candidates can have a minimum of 45% in the above mentioned subjects and students belonging to SC/ OBC/ ST have a relaxation of 10%.

The admission of MBBS is conducted through a test known as National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET). The test is conducted by CBSE in offline mode and candidates of Al Quota have to score marks above 550 while candidates of have to secure marks above 520 in NEET.

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 GSMC 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.

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

Botany

45

Zoology

45

Chemistry

45

Physics

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.

Fee Structure of Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

    Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

    YEAR 1: 96,025

    YEAR 2: 96,025

    YEAR 3: 96,025

    YEAR 4: 96,025

    YEAR 5: 96,025

    TOTAL: 480,125

    Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)

    YEAR 1: 29,500

    YEAR 2: 29,500

    YEAR 3: 29,500

    YEAR 4: 29,500

    YEAR 5: 29,500

    TOTAL: 148,500

    Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

    YEAR 1: 29,700

    YEAR 2: 29,700

    YEAR 3: 29,700

    YEAR 4: 29,700

    YEAR 5: 29,700

    TOTAL: 148,500

    Doctorate of Medicine (M.D)

    YEAR 1: 67,230

    YEAR 2: 67,230

    YEAR 3: 67,230

    TOTAL: 176,630

    DM

    YEAR 1: 67,230

    YEAR 2: 54,700

    YEAR 3: 54,700

    TOTAL: 176,630

    There are many scholarships and financial aid provided by the university. Some of them are:

    1. “Indira Foundation’s Motivation for Excellence Scholarships”: Merit based for financially needy students. (Scholarships full fees paid for the entire course.)
    2. “Indira Foundation’s Motivation for Excellence Scholarships”: Scholarships half fees paid for the entire course.
    3. “Dr. Brijlal Gupta Memorial Scholarship”: Rs. 30,000/- per each academic year.

    Any one of these scholarships is awarded at a time per academic year.

    Eligibility for the above mentioned scholarships.

  • Undergraduate medical student of Seth G S Medical College admitted on Open Merit Seats.
  • Annual Income of parents / guardian not exceeding Rs. 600000/
  • Females will be given preference.
  • Merit and economic status will be given

    The deserving and desirous students should make application. The forms are available with

    admission clerk, GAA office, Nostalgia. The filled in form with all the documents attached to be

    submitted to GAA office Nostalgia.


Courses

Course

Duration

MBBS

5 YEARS 6 MONTHS

B.SC

3 YEARS

DM

3 YEARS

M.SC

2 YEARS

M.D.

3 YEARS

M.S.

3 YEARS

Fellowship

1 YEAR

M.CH

3 YEARS

PH.D

3 YEARS

PG Diploma

2 YEARS

DMLT

2 YEARS

 


Departments and Centers at Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

  • Anatomy
  • Anesthesiology
  • Ayurvedic medicine
  • Biochemistry and Clinical Nutrition
  • Cardiology
  • Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery
  • Chest Medicine and Environment
  • Pollution Research Center (EPRC)
  • Clinical Pharmacology
  • Community Medicine
  • Committee on Food, Hygiene & Cleanliness(CFHC-KEMH)
  • Department Development Fund(DDF)
  • Diamond Jubilee Society Trust (DJST)
  • Dentistry
  • Ear, Nose and Throat Surgery
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Endocrinology
  • Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
  • Gastroenterology
  • General Surgery
  • GSMC-FAIMER Regional Institute
  • GSMC MUHS UNESCO BIOETHICS
  • Hematology
  • Institutional Ethics Committee
  • Medical Education Unit
  • Medical Humanities
  • Microbiology
  • Multi-disciplinary research Unit [MRU]
  • Neonatology
  • Nephrology
  • Neurology
  • Neurosurgery
  • Nursing
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopedics
  • Pathology
  • Pediatric Surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  • Physiology
  • Physiotherapy School & Center
  • Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and Burns
  • Preventive
  • Psychiatry
  • Radiology
  • Research Society
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Skin
  • Social Service
  • Surgical Gastroenterology
  • Transfusion Medicine
  • Urology

Campus Life of Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

The university has a huge campus containing four multi-storied buildings with many facilities available for students and staff. The university aims to deliver the best medical studies but along with that they greatly encourage their students to be physically fit as well by providing them various sports activities and events, there are many canteens all over the campus and many more facilities.

    Library of Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

    The library is scattered over a total area of 3,200 square meters with many facilities like:

  • Reference Section: Latest editions of books & newly arrived periodicals are arranged alphabetically & made available to be read in library premises.
  • Home Lending: Older editions of books and journals arrived before one month are issued for home reading to staff and post-graduate students.
  • Audio-visual facility: A separate section having audio-visual equipment is made available for students and staff.
  • Photocopying facility: Available to all on payment.
  • Inter Library Loan: Reciprocal arrangement for sharing the resources of the libraries in Mumbai is made available to students and staff of Institute.
  • SLIM 21 AND WEB OPAC: Books catalogue is available on intranet on Webslim OPAC, i.e. online public access catalogue
  • Library has a separate section for internet search at the ground floor. (Charges – Rs. 10 per hour).
  • Book-Bank facility: Books are issued to undergraduate students from lower socio-economic strata for one year for study at home.
  • Y.D.M. Home lending facility: Latest editions of books are issued to undergraduate students for 15 days on nominal membership fees.
  • GOSUMEC ALUMNI MEMBERSHIP: Past students of the Seth G. S. Medical College, and staff members who had worked in Seth G. S. Medical College, are allowed to become members of GOSUMEC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. The members of the Association are allowed to use the Library for reference work.
  • Corporate Membership: Pharmaceutical Companies and Other Institutions, which have interest in referring the library material, are allowed to use the library on payment of Rs. 5000/- per year, towards, Seth G. S. Medical College & K.E.M. Hospital Department Development Fund.
  • Three reading rooms are open for 24 Hrs.

    Furthermore, the library has a huge collection of 25,688 Medical Books, 30,956 bound volumes, 1300 books transferred from Royal Asiatic Society, 84 Video Cassettes, 330 Audio Cassettes, slides on 15 Subjects and 644 C.D.Roms. The library is open from 8AM till 10PM from Monday till Friday, 9AM till 8PM on Saturdays and 9AM till 4 PM on Sundays and on holidays.

    Hostels of Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

    There are separate hostels for boys and girls.

    Undergraduate Boys Hostel

    Boys main hostel

    Naigaon boys hostel

    Anand Niketan hostel

    Kala Chowki hostel

     

    Address

    In KEM campus

    Near Bombay Dyeing spring mill, S S Wagh Marg, Naigaon

    Phitwala lane, Near Elphinston road station, Elphinston road (W)

    Building no 7, Abhyudaya nagar, Kala chowki.

    Distance from campus

    0KM

    2KM

    2KM

    2.5KM

    No. of rooms

    140

    46

    10

    24

    Capacity per room

    2

    3

    3

    4

    Total capacity

    272

    84

    35

    96

    Availability of indoor games

    YES

    YES

    NO

    NO

    Own/ Rented

    OWN

    OWN

    OWN

    RENTED

     

    Undergraduate Girls Hostel

    Girls main hostel

    Sewree Girls Hostel

    Mazgaon Girls Hostel

     

    Address

    Near KEM campus

    Sewree TB hospital Campus, Sewree

    Phitwala lane, Near Elphinston road station, Elphinston road (W)

    Distance from campus

    0KM

    2KM

    4KM

    No. of rooms

    51

    30

    24

    Capacity per room

    2/3

    2/3

    2/3

    Total capacity

    108

    64

    70

    Availability of indoor games

    YES

    NO

    NO

    Own/ Rented

    OWN

    OWN

    RENTED

     

    Anti-Ragging Committee of Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

    There is also an anti-ragging committee that keeps an eye out for any kind of harassment or bullying, especially in the first month of the start of the new academic year where freshies are usually the victims of their seniors pranking them. Any student caught in the act is taken to the committee board and the punishment is decided then.

    Apart from this there are many laboratories with state of the art equipment as well as an auditorium, a sports complex and many cafeterias and canteens scattered all over the campus which provide hygienic food at affordable prices.


Milestones

  • The first Indian Medical College of modern medicine to be fully staffed by qualified Indian doctors.
  • The first Occupational Therapy School in Asia
  • The first Physiotherapy School in Southeast Asia
  • The first Plasma Fractionation Unit in Asia
  • The first Indian hospital to have an Ayurveda Research Centre in conjunction with an allopathic set-up
  • The first Indian Medical College and Hospital having an indexed medical journal (Journal of Postgraduate Medicine)
  • The only Department of Sexology for a billion people
  • The first clinical pharmacology ward in the country
  • The first dedicated Orthopedic department in the country
  • The first department of Cardio-thoracic Pathology in India
  • The first Nutrition Research Unit attached with a physiology department in India
  • The first department of cardiovascular and thoracic anaesthesia in India
  • First specialized epilepsy surgery department in Western India
  • First department of interventional electrophysiology in western India
  • First dedicated Esophageal Laboratory in the country
  • First Intensive Cardiac Care Unit in India
  • The first Indian hospital to perform a live donor kidney transplant in India
  • The first Indian hospital to perform heart transplant surgery
  • The first liver transplant in India (1968)
  • The first documented test-tube baby in India
  • The first Indian hospital to acquire an ECG machine
  • The first mitral commisurotomy in India (1952)
  • The first Indian hospital to perform craniofacial surgery
  • Pioneering work on the use of diethylcarbamazine in tropical eosinophilia
  • Pioneering work on the use of Rauwolffia serpentina in hypertension
  • First balloon atrial septostomy procedure in the country
  • First balloon dilatation of cor-triatriatum in the world
  • First fetal echocardiography-guided interventional therapy in the country
  • First transcatheter closure of ASD in Western India
  • The first cadaveric temporal bone and micro ear surgery workshops (1976)
  • The first Department of Preventive and Social Medicine to start a Mobile Health Unit in India (1964)
  • Highest annual processing of blood samples in India (about 36,000/year in 1998, 1999)
  • Highest annual collection of blood unit in India (about 30,000/year in 1998, 1999)
  • Highest number of blood donation camps held by a single blood bank in India
  • Single largest collection in India with a single Blood Bank in a day: 5679 units of blood
  • Pioneering work on in-vitro testing of Indian hepatoprotective agents
  • First intravenous anesthesia with Thipentone sodium (1940s)
  • First hypothermia technique for ASD (1953)
  • First All India Conference of Indian Society of Anesthetists (1949)
  • First total spinal technique for controlled hypotension (1954)
  • Largest numbers of presidents of Indian Society of Anesthetists from a single Institution (five)
  • First cardiac catherisation in India 1959-60
  • Pioneering work on recreation of reptilean heart vascular pattern in mammalian heart (1965)
  • Pioneering work on the association of tuberculosis with non-specific aortoarteritis (1963)
  • First interventional radiological procedures in India 1975
  • Discovery of Bombay Blood group
  • Pioneering work on release and grafting of trismus in submucus fibrosis

Guidelines for Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

If you made it this far, you deserve a pat on the back because getting into any medical university is a challenge let alone being accepted into Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC) No doubt, you possess the necessary skills and a right frame of mind to succeed in the challenging world of medical sciences. And what better place to prepare you for those challenges then Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC) By intention of warning you, however 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 students sometimes get frustrated and tangled in all the work along with extra-curricular activities. So to give you a heads up on how to deal with a few basic issues, we’ve constructed a simple guide below to help you along your student life:

    Manage your time at Seth Gordhandas Sunderda Medical College (SMC)

    To stay on top and survive in this world you have to stay up to date on everything. However that is much easier said than done. 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 only way to avoid all this is to organize your work from the get-go. The minute studies start you need to start organizing your tasks according to their importance and impact. Never leave that till tomorrow which you can do today. Try to get every assignment/worksheet/homework done as soon as possible. Keep track of all your classes and work and you’ll definitely succeed.

    Reward yourself

    Studies can be tough and exhausting. It may feel like there’s no end to it. So it is important to keep yourself motivated and focused by rewarding yourself for all the effort you’ve put in. Find different ways to relax yourself from time to time. Take up a sport, find a good book or just kick back and relax. No one can work nonstop without burning out. It’s important to understand that med school is not a sprint but a marathon.

    Dr. Najeeb Lectures

    Unlike school, college requires a lot of self-studying and may not be as intuitive as you’d like. There will be plenty of instances where self-help will be required. The teachers will only be able to convey so much knowledge to you. Sometimes it’s the circumstances that could demand a little hard work from your end. For example the teacher assigned to you may not be able to impart knowledge as effectively, or their method of teaching isn’t like the one you’re used to. At times like these one can only resort to taking help from either a friend or the internet. That’s where Dr. Najeeb Lectures come in. Dr. Najeeb Lectures provides students with a vast number of videos lectures on almost all the courses in current curriculum of medical colleges, providing content on the subject of Gross Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Embryology, Histology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology. The video lectures offer visualization of the material that you study in course books hence making it a lot easier to understand. They also contain hand drawn illustrations of step-by-step processes which help in retention of knowledge. And best of all you can get lifetime access and download their application making them available anytime, anywhere.

    Clinical Learning

    Just as no two human beings can have similar 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 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 sooner rather than later.

    Managing people

    Throughout your life, you will get to meet new and different people. Consider your life at this college as a training for that. Here too, you will meet different kind of people. You will need to learn how to assess a person; it will be for your own 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 or isolate yourself, instead consider it a lesson and move on. So, remain focused, perseverance is key, keep our tips in mind, work hard and you will be good to go.

Share this:

Review by Dr. Sarah Clifford from UK.

 

Here’s what students are saying about Dr. Najeeb Lectures.


Lizi Klein Los Angeles, California
Lizi Klein
This is singularly the best investment I made for the first year of medical school. Each video is a jackpot of information with amazing drawings, great energy, and a phenomenal professor!
Kathryn Giroux Whitefish, Ontario
Kathryn Giroux
Currently, the only things saving my embryology and 1st-trimester ultrasound marks - keep the wealth of education flowing! Highly recommended!
Maryam Moradi The University of Texas, Austin
Maryam Moradi
I bought lifetime access because I believe there is no better source for learning the foundation of medicine. I strongly recommend him to anyone who cares about true learning and not merely memorizing!
Jackson David Reynolds University of North Georgia
Jackson David Reynolds
Dr. Najeeb Lectures are top notch. Comprehensive medical lectures of the utmost quality across all preclinical (and many clinical) topics. Fantastic for deepening one's understanding for clinical practice and licensing/board examinations.
Jacob Joseph Columbus, Ohio
Jacob Joseph
Dr. Najeeb is the single most spectacular medical teacher you will ever have! I love this man. He has clarified everything from the coagulation cascade, immunology, neurology, and embryology. His sense of humor and brilliant illustrations make everything stick well in your memory. His ability to illustrate 3-dimensional relationships has been useful for excelling in anatomy. I cannot thank you enough for all the wonderful work you do. I recommend your lectures to anyone who wants to truly understand medicine!
Ann Ilaria Mayrhofer London School of Hygiene.
Ann Ilaria Mayrhofer
I'm grappling with my online studies in Infectious Disease at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. It's made me realize what a visual learner I still am. So these vids are making what was murky crystal clear. While I am easily distracted when I have to do hours of straight reading, I am glued to the videos. I've looked for a series of such videos for months. A million thanks - Dr Najeeb has a true passion for teaching and can convey highly complex topics in an understandable and fun way.

 

Not convinced? Read more!