Seat availability to study medicine, dentistry and pharmacy in Odisha via Odisha JEE 2011

The following is extracted from the Odisha JEE 2011 brochure. Thanks to a post in rourkelacity.com for the pointer.

Note that in addition medicine and dentistry seats are also available at KIMS (part of KIIT) and IMS (part of SOA) Bhubaneswar.

May 9th, 2011

Existing health related institutes in Orissa

Following is from http://www.orissa.gov.in/health_portal/index.html.

Medical & Dental Colleges:

 

Government Colleges
Sl.No. Name of the College Location
Intake Capacity
      MBBS BDS
1 S.C.B. Medical College Cuttack 150 20
2. M.K.C.G. Medical College Berhampur 150
3. V.S.S. Medical College Sambalpur 150

 

Private Colleges
Sl.No. Name of the College Location
Intake Capacity
      MBBS BDS

1

Hitech Medical College

Pandra, Bhubaneswar

100

100

2

Institute of Medical Science & SUM Hospital

Kalinganagar, Ghatikia, Bhubaneswar

100

100

3

Kalinga Institue of Medical Science

Patia, Bhubaneswar

100

100

4

Gandhi Dental College

Bada Raghunathpur, BBSR

50


Ayurvedic Colleges:

Government Institutions

Sl

Name of the Institute

Location

Courses Offered

Duration of The Course

Intake Capacity

1

Gopabandhu Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya

Puri

B.A.M.S.

5.5 years

30

2

Kaviraj Ananta Tripathy Sharma Ayurveda College, Akuspur

Akuspur, Berhampur
Ganjam

-do-

-do-

-do-

3

Government Ayurveda College

Bolangir

-do-

-do-

-do-

Private Institutions:

Sl

Name of the Institute

Location

Courses Offered

Duration of The Course

Intake Capacity

1

Mayurbhanj Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya

Baripada ,
Mayurbhanj

B.A.M.S.

5.5 years

30

2

Sri Sri Nrusingha Nath Ayurveda College & Research Institute

Paikmal , Baragarh

-do-

-do-

-do-

3

Indira Gandhi Memorial Ayurveda College & Hospital

Bhubaneswar

-do-

-do-

-do-

 


Homeopathic Colleges:

Government Institutions

Sl

Name of the Institute

Location

Courses Offered

Duration of The Course

Intake Capacity

1

Dr.Avirna Chandra Homeopathy Medical College & Hospital

Bhubaneswar

B.H.M.S.

5.5 Years

25

2

Orissa Medical College of Homeopathy & Research

Sambalpur

-do-

-do-

-do-

3

Utkalmani Homeopathy Medical College & Hospital

Rourkela

-do-

-do-

-do-

4

Biju Pattnaik Homeopathy Medical College & Hospital

Berhampur

-do-

-do-

-do-

Private Institutions:

Sl

Name of the Institute

Location

Courses Offered

Duration of The Course

Intake Capacity

1

Mayurbhanj Homeopathy Medical College & Hospital

Baripada

B.H.M.S.

5.5 Years

30

2

Cuttack Medical College of Homeopathy

Cuttack

-do-

-do-

-do-

 


Nursing Colleges:

BSc. Nursing Course in Government & Private College of Nursing
Sl. No.
Name of the College 
Total Seats 
1
College of Nursing, Berhampur
20
2
College of Nursing, Cuttack 
20
3
SUM Nursing College, Bhubaneswar 
20
4
Lord Jagannath Mission’s College of Nursing, Bhubaneswar 
30
5
Neelachal Institute of Medical Science, Bhubaneswar 
15
6
Manjari Devi College of Nursing, Bhubaneswar 
20
7
Sushree Institute of Technical Education, CON, Bolangir 
20
8
VISWAS College of Nursing, Bhubaneswar 
25
9
Hi-Tech School of Nursing, Pandra, Rasulgarh, Bhubaneswar 
30
10
Gajapati College of Nursing, Parala Khemundi, Gajapati 
20
11
Jagannath Institute of Medical Scinece & Research, College of Nursing, Sahid Nagar, Bhubaneswar 
25
12
Sri Vidya Niketan College of Medical Science & Research, Nayapalli, Bhubaeswar 
20
 
TOTAL 
265

 

Diploma Course in General Nursing and Midwifery Training
Sl. No.
Name of the College 
Total Seats 
1
School of Nursing, SCB Medical College Hospital, Cuttack 
100
2
School of Nursing, VSS Medical College Hospital, Burla 
50
3
School of Nursing, MKCG Medical College Hospital, Berhampur 
50
4
Nursing Training Institute (N.T.I.), I.G.H., SAIL, Rourkela 
40
5
School of Nursing, N.S.C. Hospital, M.C.L., Talcher
10 + 10
6
SUM Nursing School, Bhubaneswar 
20
7
Lord Jagannath Mission’s School of Nursing, Bhubaneswar 
25
8
Kalinga Nursing School, Kalinga Hospital, Bhubaneswar 
20
9
School of Nursing KIIT, Bhubaneswar 
15
10
Sushree Institute of Technical Education, SON, Bolangir 
20
11
Sushila Devi School of Nursing, Nuapada
20
12
Manjari Devi School of Nursing, Bhubaneswar 
20
13
Hi-Tech School of Nursing, Bhubaneswar 
20
14
Neelachal School of Nursing, Bhubaneswar 
10
15
Mahavir School of Nursing, Cuttack 
20
16
VISWASS School of Nursing, Bhubaneswar
20
17
New Hope Society School of Nursing, Berhampur
20
 
TOTAL 
480

 


Pharmacy Colleges:

Government Colleges
Sl. No.
Name of the College 
Total Seats
1
Pharmacy Wing, SCB Medical College, Cuttack 
60
Private College 
Sl. No.
Name of the College 
Total Seats 
1
College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ballguall, Puri 
60
2
College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Mohuda, Berhampur 
60
3
Gayatri College of Pharmacy, Jamadarapali, Sambalpur 
60
4
Herbal Cross Institute of Pharmacy, Mahanadi Barrage Road, Nimpur, Jagatpur, Cuttack 
40
5
Indira Gandhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Bhubaneswar
60
6
Institute of Medical Technology, Gopalpur, Puri 
60
7
Institute of Pharmacy & Technology, Salipur, Cuttack 
60
8
Jeypore College of Pharmacy, Jeypore, Koraput 
60
9
Kanaka Manjari Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Rourkela, Sundargarh 
60
10
Maa Mangala College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Karanjia, Mayurbhanj 
60
11
Mayurbhanj Medical Academy, Baripada, Mayurbhanj 
60
12
Maruti Pharmacy College, Kalimandir Chowk, Bargarh 
40
13
Orissa College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Mahuli Pada, Dhenkanal 
60
14
Om Sai College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Gopalpur on Sea, Ganjam
60
15
Pranabandhu Institute of Paramedical Sciences & Technology, Angul 
60
16
Patitapabana Institute of Pharmaceutical Scineces % Tech. Gangapada, Bhubaneswar 
60
17
Roland Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Berhampur
60
18
Royal College of Pharmacy and Helath Sciences, Berhampur 
60
19
Seemanta Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jharpokharia, Mayurbhanj 
60
20
Sidheswar College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Amarda Road, Balasore 
60
21
Sri Jayadev College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Naharkanta, Khurda 
60
22
Sivananda College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Near Engineering College Square, Panda Colony, Berhampur 
60
23
The College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tamando, Khurda 
60
24
The Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Tech., Padmapur, Bahugram, Cuttack 
60
25
The Pharmaceutical College, Barpali, Bargarh 
60
26
Gayatri Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Gunpur, Rayagada 
40
27
Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Balasore 
60
28
Dadhichi College of Pharmacy, Vidya Vihar, Sundergram, Cuttack 
60
29
Hi-Tech College of Pharmacy, Pandara, Rasulgarh, Bhubaneswar 
40
30
Gajapati College of Pharmacy, Ranipendha, Paralakhemundi, Gajapati
40
31
Kalinga Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Nuasahi, Balia, Balasore 
40
32
Balakrushna College of Pharmacy, Nuapada 
40
 
TOTAL 
1840

6 comments December 10th, 2009

Hi-Tech group’s plan for Khurda, Jatni and Rourkela

Following is an excerpt from a report in Business Standard by Jayjit Dash.

Hi-Tech Group of Institutions has planned to set up two management institutes, one at Khurda and the other at Jatni, both located within 25 km radius of the city, at a combined investment of about Rs 12 crore.

These management institutes are set to be built on surplus land available at the two technological institutes run by the organisation – Konark Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) located at Jatni and the Hi-Tech Institute of Technology (HIT) in Khurda.

While the B-school in Khurda will come up on 15 acres of surplus land on HIT campus, the other B-school will be developed on 10 acres of surplus land within the KIST campus at Jatni.

“Construction work for our two proposed management institutes has already begun and we expect these two institutes to be functional next year. …

Each of these management institutes will have an intake of 60 seats and will offer two-year, full-time MBA programmes from the 2009-10 academic session.

The Hi-Tech Group will also invest Rs 30 crore for introducing new super-specialities, namely, cardiology, cardio-thoracic surgery, neurology, nephrology and trauma care in the Hi-Tech hospital. Hi-Tech Group of Institutions has also got the approval of AICTE to introduce post-graduate courses in engineering at the KIST campus.

The KIST campus will offer MTech in computer science and engineering as well as electronics and telecommunications engineering from the next academic session.

At present, KIST is offering BTech in five streams of engineering with the institute’s total intake being 420 seats. Meanwhile, the group expects to take possession of land for its proposed medical college and hospital in Rourkela within a month.

“We expect to get 25 acres of land for our proposed medical college cum hospital in Rourkela within a month and then inaugurate the hospital six months after acquiring land. Our medical college in Rourkela is expected to be operational a year after the inauguration of the hospital”, Panigrahi claimed.

 

1 comment September 13th, 2008

MOU signed for a private medical college in Kanishi near Berhampur: Dharitri

Note that few weeks back there was a similar news about WODC signing an MOU with the same Vigyan Bharati trust for a medical college in Rourkela.

August 4th, 2008

Hi-Tech may take up establishing a private medical college in Rourkela

Following is an excerpt from a news report in The Statesman.

The proposed medical college and hospital at Rourkela is expected to be set up soon as a team of hi-tech group of institutions, led by its chairman Mr Tirupati Panigrahi paid a visit to the site recently. It is said that the visit was intended for site selection and discussion with the district administration about the ancillary formalities. The group is believed to set up a 300-bed medical college and hospital here.

They visited the Rourkela government hospital (RGH) campus, sector-13 and sector-9.

The team also called on collector Dr K Kumar and discussed with him various aspects of the venture.

Reliable sources said the group, in the first phase, would build the hospital and within six months, would upgrade the same as a medical college.

Thoufh the CM had laid the foundation stone earlier, yet the inordinate delay and changed political scenario had made people believe that the medical college may not see the light of day. But the visit of the team is described as a ray of hope.

The Western Orissa Development Council (WODC) will partly finance the project in the initial stages, sources said.

3 comments June 20th, 2008

Number of Medical Colleges established during the last three years in various states

The following table is from the PIB http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=32920.

State-wise list of medical colleges, which have been permitted by the Central Government for being, set up during the last three years i.e. 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08

S. No.

State

Year

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

1

Andhra Pradesh

4

1

2

Karnataka

1

4

3

3

Kerala

1

3

4

Maharashtra

1

1

5

Madhya Pradesh

1

1

6

Orissa

1

2

7

Tamil Nadu

2

3

8

Tripura

1

1

9

Uttar Pradesh

1

3

10

Chhattisgarh

1

11

Pondicherry

2

1

12

Punjab

1

1

13

Uttarakhand

1

Total

13

20

9

 

November 21st, 2007

Data and observations on Medical Counseling Day 1 and 2

Total Seats:

  • SCB Medical (150)
  • MKCG Medical (150)
  • VSS Medical (150)
  • KIMS Medical (100) – 70 through JEE
  • IMS Medical (100) –   70 through JEE
  • HiTech Medical (100) – 70 through JEE
  • SCB Dental (about 20)
  • KIIT Dental (100) – 70 through JEE
  • IDS Dental (100) – 70 through JEE
  • Hi-Tech Dental (100) – 70 through JEE
  • Gandhi Dental (50) –  35 through JEE

Day 1:

  • Schedule: GE (general) 1-580, SC 1-85, ST 1-110, PH (physically handicapped) 1-18, MI (military) 1-48, GC (green card- i.e. parents have less than or equal to 2 kids) 1-156
  • Seats available at End of Day 1:
    • SCB (govt) Medical (GE 0, SC 0, ST 0, PH 0, MI 0, GC 0 )
    • MKCG (govt) Medical (GE 0, SC 0, ST 0, PH 2, MI 0, GC 0)
    • VSS (govt) Medical (GE 0, SC 0, ST 0, PH 3, MI 0, GC 0 )
    • KIMS Medical (GE 49 , SC 5, ST 7, PH 0, MI 0, GC 4 )
    • IMS Medical (GE 51, SC 4 , ST 9, PH 0, MI 0 , GC3 )
    • HiTech Medical (GE 50 , SC 5, ST 7, PH 0 , MI 0 , GC 4)
    • SCB Dental (GE 0, SC 0, ST 0, PH 0, MI 0, GC 0 )
    • KIIT Dental (GE 52 , SC 5, ST 8, PH 0, MI 0, GC 3 )
    • IDS Dental (GE 52 , SC 6, ST 8, PH 0, MI 0, GC 4 )
    • Hi-Tech Dental (GE 52, SC 5, ST 8, PH 0, MI 0 , GC 3)
    • Gandhi Dental  (GE 26, SC 3, ST 4, PH 0, MI 0, GC 2)

Day 2:

  • Schedule: GE 581-1504,  ST 111-128, GC 157-360
  • Seats available at End of Day 2:
    • SCB (govt) Medical (GE 0, SC 0, ST 0, PH 0, MI 0, GC 0 )
    • MKCG (govt) Medical (GE 0, SC 0, ST 0, PH 2, MI 0, GC 0)
    • VSS (govt) Medical (GE 0, SC 0, ST 0, PH 3, MI 0, GC 0 )
    • KIMS Medical (GE 18, SC 5, ST 7, PH 0, MI 0, GC 4 )
    • IMS Medical (GE 36, SC 4 , ST 9, PH 0, MI 0 , GC3 )
    • HiTech Medical (GE 42 , SC 5, ST 7, PH 0 , MI 0 , GC 4)
    • SCB Dental (GE 0, SC 0, ST 0, PH 0, MI 0, GC 0 )
    • KIIT Dental (GE 51, SC 5, ST 8, PH 0, MI 0, GC 3)
    • IDS Dental (GE 49, SC 6, ST 8, PH 0, MI 0, GC 4 )
    • Hi-Tech Dental (GE 51, SC 5, ST 8, PH 0, MI 0 , GC 3)
    • Gandhi Dental  (GE 26, SC 3, ST 4, PH 0, MI 0, GC 2)

Observations:

  1. Orissa does not have enough rich families that can afford to send their kids to private medical colleges.
  2. Thus there is a need for more government medical colleges.
  3. Among the private medical colleges the order of preference seems to be KIMS followed by IMS followed by Hi-Tech. Its interesting that among these three Hi-Tech is the oldest and the other two only got MCI approval this year. However the other two are either part of or associated with deemed universities.

11 comments August 10th, 2007


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