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Form-MCI-12 MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA STANDARD INSPECTION FORM “A” General Information pertaining to:- 1. College and Teaching Hospital 2. Courses of Study leading to :- M.B.B.S. Examinations Name of Institution : Saveetha Medical College Place and Address : Saveetha Nagar, Thandalam, Kancheepuram District – 602 105. DEAN : Dr. T.Gunasagaran Tel. No. Off. 044 – 26811299; 044 – 26811171; 09282500699 Fax. 044 - 26811173 email : firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Name of Affiliating University: SAVEETHA UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI – 600 077. Date: Signature of Dean/Principal -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This form shall be precisely filled in by the Institution and handed over by the Dean/Principal, duly verified and signed to the conveyor of the team of Inspectors, who shall then examine the entries and send it with his observations to the Secretary, Medical Council of India. As far as possible, all information should be contained in the form and separate enclosures avoided. The entries should be as required under the MCI regulations and norms. In case the college does not have the prescribed documents with them the same may be obtained from the MCI office by making necessary payment. 1 Form-MCI-12 GENERAL INFORMATION a) (i) Year of Foundation : 2007 (ii) Year of Permission by MCI : 23.06.2008 (Vide Annexure I) Letter of Intent by Govt. of India F.No.U.12012/497/2007-ME(P-II) dated 19th June 2008. Letter of Permission by Govt. of India No.U.12012/497/2007-ME(P-II) dated 23rd June 2008. b. Management – (Govt. / Semi Govt. / Univ. / Local Body / Private Trust / Society) c) (i) Annual Admission : 150 (One hundred and Fifty) (ii) In case of renewal of permission of the medical college permitted u/s 10 A of the Indian Medical Council Act, please give a list containing the names of students, category wise, admitted during the preceding academic year. List Enclosed – Vide Annexure II d) Year to year increase (if any) : --- (Year and number of student admission permitted by MCI to be specified and copies of MCI approval to be attached.) e) Year of recognition by MCI: : NA (i) Under-graduate: : -- (ii) Postgraduate : --- Last inspection with date : 15th & 16th March 2011 Degree/Diplom Degree/Diploma a not Degree/Diploma S. No. Course Permitted by permitted/ not recognized by MCI MCI recognized by MCI (iii) Qualifications not yet recognized : MBBS Annual Budget ; (a) Pay and Allowances : Rs. 1354 Lakhs (b) (Pay scales and allowances of various categories of staff i.e. teaching, technical & administrative Staff) –(Please attach separate sheet).Vide Annexure – III 2 Form-MCI-12 (b) Contingency : (i) recurring : Rs. 750 Lakhs (ii) Non-recurring : Rs. 609 Lakhs Administrative set up for looking after : (a) Admission :- Enclosed – Vide Annexure - IV (Please attach a copy of the current prospectus of the college/university/Govt.) b) Particulars of Dean: Educational Qualifications: Registratio Name of the n No. of UG Qualification College University Year State Medical & PG with Council date MBBS Madras Medical University of College Madras 1970 22078 Tamilnadu 25.01.1972 Medical Council MD/MS Madras Medical University of 22078 College Madras 1975 20.04.2007 Tamilnadu (General Medical Council Surgery) DM/MCh Cancer Institute, University of 1989 Adyar Madras (Oncology) Details of Experience: Designation Department Name of From To Total Institution DD/MM/Y DD/MM/Y Experience Y Y in years & months Tutor / General Madras Medical April, 1972 March, 1975 4 Years Demonstrator Surgery College Madras Medical 20.12.1977 31.12.1978 College Assistant General Kilpauk Medical 20.02.1985 16.09.1985 7 Years Professor Surgery College 6 Months Stanley Medical 17.09.1985 31.03.1987 College Chengalpet 31.03.1989 18.10.1990 Medical College Kilpauk Medical 19.10.1990 15.08.1994 College 3 Form-MCI-12 Associate General Kilpauk Medical 16.08.1994 30.07.1996 4 Years Professor Surgery College Professor & General Madras Medical 04.07.1996 06.12.2003 HOD Surgery College Dean / Office of Director Secretary of Medical 06.12.2003 01.07.2005 Selection Education, Committee Chennai Dean Theni Medical 04.07.2005 16.10.2005 College, Theni Kanyakumari 23.10.2005 28.02.2007 Dean Govt. Medical College 15 Years 6 Months Meenakshi 26.02.2007 10.09.2007 Professor & Medical College HOD & Research Institute Meenakshi Vice- Medical College Chancellor & Research 11.09.2007 10.03.2011 Institute (Meenakshi University) Dean Saveetha Medical 19.03.2011 Till Date College (c) Accommodation: - (i) Principal/Dean’s office size : 36 Sq mt (ii) Staff room size : 101 Sq mt (iii) College Council room size : 94 Sq mt (iv) Office Superintendent room –size : 30 Sq mt (v) Office Space Size : 150 Sq mt (vii) Intercom & Public address system in the college : Present/ Absent (vii) Record room size : 100 Sq mt 4 Form-MCI-12 COURSES OF STUDY (a) Pre- requisites for admission : 10 + 2 or Equivalent Examination as per MCI Requirements & Adopted by Saveetha University, Chennai. Any Candidate who is a Citizen of India and should have completed 17 years of age on or before 31 st December 2009. (b) Method of selection : (i) Strictly on the basis of performance at the qualifying public examination. or (ii) Competitive entrance examination: Common Entrance Test Conducted on All India Basis by Saveetha University, Chennai. (iii) Minimum percentage of marks for admission to MBBS course. (i) Open Merit : 50 % (ii) Reserved categories: NIL (c) (i) No. of actual working days : College : 240 Days Hospital: ROUND THE YEAR (ii) Daily working hours : College : 8.30 AM – 4.30 PM with 1 Hour LUNCH Break Hospital: ROUND THE CLOCK (b) Year of introduction of the new curriculum (of 1997): Academic Year 2008 – 2009. 5 Form-MCI-12 GROUPING OF SUBJECTS FOR EXAMINATION: (if it differs from Council recommendations, bring that out clearly) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Number of Subjects Duration of Study --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- First M.B.B.S. 1. ANATOMY 2. PHYSIOLOGY TWO SEMESTERS 3. BIOCHEMISTRY ( 1 st and 2nd ) Second M.B.B.S. 1. PHARMACOLOGY 2. PATHOLOGY THREE SEMESTERS 3. MICROBIOLOGY ( 3 rd, 4 th and 5th ) 4. FORENSIC MEDICINE Final M.B.B.S. Part – I 1. E.N.T FOUR SEMESTERS 2. OPHTHALMOLOGY (4th, 5th, 6 th & 7th ) 3. COMMUNITY MEDICINE SEVEN SEMESTERS (1st to 7th Semesters) Part – II 1. GENERAL MEDICINE SEVEN SEMESTERS 2. GENERAL SURGERY (3rd to 9th Semesters) 3. OBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY 4. PAEDIATRICS Practical Theory Total Attendance (Minimum Attendance percentage for 80% 80% 80% appearing at the Univ. examination :- Percentage of marks for Internal 20% of Total Marks in each subject Assessment included in the total as per MCI regulations adopted by marks of Univ. examination : Saveetha University, Chennai. 6 Form-MCI-12 COLLEGE COUNCIL (a) Composition : DEAN – Chair Person All Heads of the Departments & Professors - Members (b) Functions : Acts as an advisory board on academic and administrative Issues. Concerned with the discipline of the college Designs, curricular and extra curricular activities promotes social, cultural & character - building activities. No. of Sessions per year: will be conducted 10 times a Year and also as and when necessary. BUILDING: Lay Out: Annexure V (A) Layout & floor area: COLLEGE HOSPITAL 22,384 Sq mt 23,654 Sq mt (i) Cost of construction for the Year 2011 : Rs.250 Lakhs Rs.2500 Lakhs (ii) Cost of Equipment and Furniture : Rs.250 Lakhs Rs.800 Lakhs (for the year 2011) (B) Location of Departments : (a) Pre-clinical: Ground Floor & First Floor of the College Building (b) Para-clinical: Second & Third floor of the College Building (c) Clinical: Hospital Building (d) No. of Lecture theatres College Hospital Number : 04+1 01 Type : Gallery Type Gallery : Gallery Type Level : Ground, Second and Fourth Level 7 Form-MCI-12 Seating Capacity : 180 – 4 Nos, 360-1 No (e) Type of Audiovisual aids : 1. Smart Board (each lecture theatre) 2. LCD Projector 3. Computer 4. DVD Player 5. OHP 6. Sound System & Cordless Mike 7. Screen (f) Auditorium : Available (Accommodation) 1000 Seating Capacity (g) Examination Hall : 01 with 375 Seating Capacity (Sitting Capacity) (h) Common room for - Size (a) Boys 100 Sq mt (b) Girls 100 Sq mt Facilities of attached toilets :- Available Present or not (i) Central Laboratories : Located in the Hospital in O.P. Block Bio-Chemistry Pathology Microbiology (1) Staff : Asst.Prof. 1 1 1 Senior Tech. 1 1 1 Lab Attendant 11 8 4 (2) Equipment : Semi Auto Analyzer 2 Microscope 5 Centrifuge 1 Centrifuge 1 Cell Counter 1 Water bath 1 Water bath 1 Coagulation meter 1 Incubator 1 Refrigerator 1 Hemoglobinometer 3 VDRL rotator 1 Na/K Analyzer 1 ESR Stands 10 Refrigerator 1 Auto pipettes 6 ESR Tubes 100 Elisa Reader/ Washer 1 8 Form-MCI-12 Hot Air Oven 2 Refrigerator 1 Microscopes 3 Ultrasonic Cleaner 1 Fluroscent Microscope 1 Hot Air Oven 1 Autoclave 3 BOD Incubator 2 Laminar Air Flow 1 (3) Management of Central & Different Sections are under the Experimental Laboratories control of respective Heads of departments. ANIMAL HOUSE : Accommodation : No. of rooms with size : 135 Sq mt 1. Mice Unit 1 (10 x 10) Sq ft 2. Rabbit Unit 1 (10 x 10) Sq ft 3. Guinea Pig Unit 1 (10 x 10) Sq ft 4. Operation Theatre 1 (10 x 10) Sq ft 5. Store (Grains) 1 (10 x 10) Sq ft 6. Staff Room with Toilet 1 (10 x 10) Sq ft STAFF : 1. Veterinary Officer : Dr. Jayachandran Dare 2. Animal Attendants : 1. Jagadish 2. Ramasamy 3. Technician for Animal Operation Room : 1. Sreeraman 2. Subramanian 3. Sivabalan 4. Sweepers : 1. Munusamy 2. Jayachandra SECTIONS : 1. No. of animals kept and bred : Animal House has been registered under With CPCSEA. 9 Form-MCI-12 Mice (Swiss) : 80 Sheep :2 Rats (Wistar) : 60 Guineapigs :3 Rabbits :6 2. Facilities for experimental work : Available CENTRAL LIBRARY (a) Layout and floor area : 2400 Sq mt (b) Reading Rooms : (i) No.:- (a) for U.G. : Two One will accommodate 150 students One will accommodate 150 students (b) for P.G. : NA (c) for Staff : One (will accommodate 50 staff members) (ii) In each accommodation : UG : 150 Staff : 50 (c) Working hours : 1. 8.00 AM – 8.00 PM 2. Longer Hours before Examinations 3. On Sundays & Holidays 8 AM – 2 PM (d) No. of shifts : Two Shifts (e) No. of Books : (i) Text : 9618 (ii) Reference : 1978 TOTAL : 11, 596 (f) No. of Journals Subscribed annually : (i) Indian 70 (ii) Foreign 30 10 Form-MCI-12 (g) No. of Journals actually received annually : (i) Indian 70 (ii) Foreign 30 (h) No. of Journals with back Numbers : (i) Indian ---- (ii) Foreign ---- (i) No. of books purchased during the last 3 years : - Ist Year IInd Year IIIrd Year IV Year Central Library 3887 2027 3492 1978 (J) Staff with qualifications: Names Qualifications Categories Librarian : 1.K.R.Jayachandran BA,BLISc,PGDiploma Dy. Librarian : 1. Vijay M.P B.Sc, M.LIS 2. Parasuvanathan B.Sc (LISc) Documentalist : 1. Suresh Kumar BBA, MLIS, MPhil 2. Karpagam MLIS Cataloguer : 1. Kishore Kumar BLIS Library Assistants : 1. Bharathi 2. Kumaresan 3. Santosh Kumar 4. Vinod 11 Form-MCI-12 Daftaries : 1. Parthiban 2. Samuel Peons : 1. Shankar 2. Mohan Raj Any other : --------- (K) System of Cataloguing : D.D.C (Dewey Decimal Classification) (L) Details of facilities available like Medlar, Internet, T.V., V.C.R., 40 Nodes with Medlar & Internet, T.V, DVD, Xerox & Microfilm reading. XEROX are available. Whether these areas are air-conditioned? : Yes. (M) MEDICAL EDUCATION UNIT : 35 Sq mt (a) Staff : Number Hon. Director : Dr.T.Gunasagaran, Dean Hon. Coordinator : Dr. M.Madhavan, Associate Professor of Pathology Hon. Faculty : 1. Prof. Mythili Bhaskar: Member 2. Prof. Srinivasan: Member 3. Prof. Renu Mathew: Member 4. Dr. Kalyani, Professor: Member 5. Dr. Surapaneni Krishna Mohan, Assistant Professor: Member Supportive Staff : Assigned by M.R.D as and when required. Stenographer : Available Computer Operator : Available Technicians in Audio-Visuals aids : Available Photographer& Artist. : Available 12 Form-MCI-12 (b) Equipment available : 1) OHP – 1 No 2) Board – 1 No 3) Computer with DVD writer – 1 No 4) Printer – 1 No 5) Colour TV – 1 No 6) CD / DVD Player – 1 No 7) Course Content for Teacher’s Training Programme. (c) Teaching & training material available : YES (d) No. of training courses conducted by Medical Education Unit : Sl.No Date Topic Target Audience 1 13/7/11 - 16/7/11 PBL Learning (Diarrhoea & Dysentry) II MBBS Students 2 17/8/11 – 19/8/11 Workshop on Medical Education All New Faculty Technology 3 Orientation of Examiners in clinical Faculty, Clinical 08.09.11 examination Department 4 Integrated Teaching on “Breast 24/09/11 MBBS III yr students Diseases” 5 01/10/11 Integrated Teaching on “Cirrhosis” MBBS I yr students 6 Integrated Teaching on “Bleeding in 20/10/11 MBBS III yr students First Trimester” 7 Integrated Teaching on “Nephrotic 29/10/11 MBBS I yr students syndrome” 8 24/11/11 Integrated Teaching on “Pott’s Spine” MBBS III yr students 9 Integrated Teaching on “Diarrhoeal 25/11/11 MBBS II yr students disorders” 10 Orientation Programme on 07/12/11 I Yr Faculty “Conducting Group Study” 11 13/12/11 Integrated Traininge on “Epistaxis” MBBS III yr students (i) Categories of personnel trained : a) Assistant Professor : Yes b) Demonstrators : Yes (ii) Number trained in each category : a) Assistant Professor : 17 b) Demonstrators : 03 (n) STATISTICAL UNIT : 32 Sq mt Yes / No. Central Statistical Department is functioning in the hospital with MRD. Composition : 13 Form-MCI-12 Composition: DESIGNATION NO. 1. Staff See Registration, Medical 2. Equipment Records & Statistical Department in Page No. 21 3. Scope of Work Centralized outpatient registration, centralized inpatient admission counter, ward census, assembling and deficiency check of inpatient record. Diagnostic and procedure coding as per WHO classification, (10th revision) computerized indexing, collection and compilation of statistics and helping undergraduates and teachers in their study and research by supplying records and statistics. Supply of hospital forms, rearrange presentation control. Scanning of all case sheets, arranging for Medical care review monthly meeting and Nursing Audit monthly meeting and informing the Municipalities regarding detail of Births and Deaths in Saveetha Medical College Hospital. (o) CENTRAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CUM AUDIO-VISUAL UNIT : YES (a) Staff : Name No. Photographer : C. Henry One Artist : Joseph Gunaseelan One Modeler : Suresh One Dark Room Assistant : Krishnan One Audio-Visual Technician : Jagannathan One Store Keeper Clerk : Ramanathan One Attenders : Viswam One (b) Equipment :1. 35 mm SLR Digital Camera (in each section) 2. Video Camera 3. LCD with Computer 4. Over Head Projector 5. Mike, Amplifier & Speakers 7. Enlarger Unit 8. Drawing Board & Other material for Artist (c) Type of Control – Central/Department : Central / Departmental 14 Form-MCI-12 (p) HEALTH CENTRES - RURAL/URBAN R.H.C./P.H.C. URBAN ------------------- HEALTH I II III CENTRE (a) Name of the center : RHC I RHC II & III UHC (b) Location of each center : Kuthampakam Chembara Padur Thirumazhisai mbakkam (c) Population covered : 22,150 15,800 21,000 58,000 by each center (d) Distance from college : 8 Kms 7 Kms 10 Kms 7 Kms (e) Transport facilities for : 1. (i) Students + Interns : College Bus (ii) Staff : College Bus (iii) Supportive Staff : College Bus 2. (i) Number of Vehicles : 6 Nos (ii) Capacity of each Vehicle : 55 Seats 3. Control of Vehicles :- Departmental : 2 Central : 4 (f) Staff of the Centers : Available (g) Hostel facilities at the Rural Health Centers : Yes (h) Messing facilities available or not. Yes (i) Working arrangement/type of control of Health Centres: (i) Total (Admn. & Financial) control with the Dean (ii) Partial (only for training) control 15 Form-MCI-12 WORKSHOP FOR EQUIPMENT & INSTRUMENT REPAIR (a) Staff No. Supdt : One Sr. Technician : One Jr. Technician : Five Carpenter : Four Black smith : Three Attendants : Two (b) Facilities for work : Available: Civil, Electrical, Plumbing, Bio-medical Engineering Page 15 HOSTELS (a) Layout : Vide Annexure – VI Accommodation provided for Boys & Girl students separately. (b) Distance from the college & Hospital : 300 meters from college & 200 meters from the Hospital (c) Total No. of rooms & seats : 558 Rooms & 840 Seats Rooms Seats Undergraduate (i) Boys 279 420 (ii) Girls 279 420 Grand Tota Postgraduate (i) Boys NA NA (ii) Girls NA NA No. of students on the roll : NA Percentage of Students accommodated : NA (d) Supervisory arrangement : Separate wardens for Boys & Girls Hostels have been appointed from the Teaching Faculty. Boys Hostel: Dr. Arun Kumar, Ast. Prof, Paediatrics 16 Form-MCI-12 Girls Hostel: Dr. Rathna, Professor, Anaesthesia (e) Messing & canteen arrangement : The Institution already has well laid out (Dining hall should have dining hall with attached kitchen. The dining accommodation for 25% of the hall can accommodate about 150 students at a occupants at a given time). time. There is a well organized canteen facility. (e) Availability of visitors room, Reading room TV room and YES, AVAILABLE indoor games : RESIDENTIAL QUARTERS : (a) Categories : Teaching, Non – Teaching & Nursing Staff Quarters (b) Number : Teaching Staff: 14 Double Bed Room Quarters & 16 Single Bed Room Quarters Non-Teaching Staff: 36 Single Bed Room Quarters Nursing Staff: 38 (Triple) Rooms to accommodate 114 Nursing Staff. (c) Staff Quarters Available: Category Number Residents 115 Teaching Staff 30 Non Teaching 36 Staff Total 66 Nursing 72 SPORTS AND RECREATION FACILITIES : (a) Playgrounds and games played : Available (b) Gymnasium facilities and arrangement : Available (c) Management : College (d) Sports Officer/Physical instructor : Appointed 17 Form-MCI-12 N.C.C. (a) Compulsory/Optional : Not Applicable (b) Duration of Training : Not Applicable (c) Training set up : Not Applicable (d) Type of certificates : Not Applicable TEACHING HOSPITAL (MAIN & SUBSIDIARY) (a) Type of Management - Govt./Autonomous/Local body/Private Trust - University/Society (b) Owner of the Hospital - SAVEETHA UNIVERSITY, 162, POONA MALLEE HIGH ROAD, CHENNAI – 600 077. (c) Hospital is in possession of - SAVEETHA UNIVERSITY, 162, POONA MALLEE HIGH ROAD, CHENNAI – 600 077. (d) Administrative set up - (i) Particulars of Hospital/Hospitals : 23, 654 Sq mt ……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……. Name of No. of No. of Name & Qualification Full time/Part time Hospital teaching special of Medical --------------------- ------------------- Beds wards Superintendent Teaching Non- Tel. No. Beds/paid teaching O. / R. Fax No. Beds. ……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……. Full Time Saveetha 700 12 Dr. S.Balakumar. MS ENT 28 Years Off: 044-26811099 University Res: 044-42664414 Hospital Fax: 044-26811999 Asst.Prof – Madras Medical College - 5 Years Asso.Prof – Madras Medical College - 4 Years Kilpauk Medical College Professor – Kilpauk Medical College -14 Years, 4 months & HOD –Madras Medical College - Tirunelveli Medical College - Chengelpet Medical College Medical Superintendent - Saveetha Medical College - 04.10.2010- till date ……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……..……. 18 Form-MCI-12 (ii) Medical Superintendent’s Office - Size : 36 Sq mt (iii) Principal/Dean’s Office in the Hospital – Size: 36 Sq mt (iv) Hospital Office space – Size: 50 Sq mt (v) Nursing Superintendent’s Office – Size: 15 Sq mt (vi) Waiting space for visitors - Size: 114 Sq mt (vi) Enquiry/office – Size: 50 Sq mt Page 18 (vii) Reception area – Size: 1376 Sq mt (viii) Store rooms – No. & Size: 2 No’s : 40 Sq mt (x) Central Medical Record Section - Size: 250 Sq mt (ix) Linen rooms – No. & Size: 2 No’s : 40 Sq mt (x) Hospital & Staff Committee Room – Size: 80 Sq mt (f) Indoor Facilities (in each ward) Is there (i) Nurses duty room available with each ward? : Available (ii) Examination & Treatment Room : Available (iii) Ward Pantry : Available (iv) Store Room for linen & equipment : Available (v) Resident doctor’s duty room : Available (vi) Student’s duty room : Available DISTRIBUTION OF BEDS (a) Medicine & allied No. of No. of Average bed Specialties teaching units occupancy/day Beds (percentage of Teaching beds) (i) Gen. Medicine 150 Six 81% (ii) Paediatrics 90 Three 76% (iii) Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases 30 One 76% (iv) Dermatology, Venereology & 15 One 75% Leprosy 19 Form-MCI-12 (v) Psychiatry 15 One 70% Total 300 (b) Surgery & allied No. of No. of Average bed Specialities teaching units occupancy/day Beds (percentage of Teaching beds) (i) Gen. Surgery 150 Six 80% Including Pediatric Surgery (ii) Orthopedics 90 Three 79% (iii) Ophthalmology 30 One 75% (iv) Oto-rhino-laryngology 30 One 78% Total 300 (c) Obstetrics & ANC No. of No. of Average bed Gynecology teaching units occupancy/day Beds (percentage of Teaching beds) Obstetrics 60 Three 77% Gynaecology 40 Three GRAND TOTAL 700 80% ANNUAL BUDGET OF THE HOSPITAL (last 3 yrs) (I) (II) (III) (a) Pay of Staff & establishment : Rs. 375 Lakhs Rs. 410 Lakhs Rs. 1354 Lakhs (b) Medicine & Stores : Rs. 90 Lakhs Rs. 105 Lakhs Rs. 172 Lakhs (c) Diet : Rs. 11 Lakhs Rs. 12 Lakhs Rs. 36 Lakhs (d) Non-recurring contingency : Rs. 112 Lakhs Rs. 240 Lakhs Rs. 322 Lakhs 20 Form-MCI-12 CLINICAL MATERIAL (HOSPITAL WISE) (attach a separate sheet if needed) Outdoor – Average Daily patient Attendance – at present - (a) Old Patients : 672 (b) New Patients : 554 (c) Total : 1226 Indoor - (a) Annual admissions : From Jan, 2011 – November, 2011 : 20718 (b) Average bed occupancy per day : 77% (Average of 11 Months) (Percentage of teaching beds) TEACHING/TRAINING FACILITIES (DEPARTMENT WISE) (a) In O.P.D. : Available OP division functions daily between 08.30 a.m. and 02.00 p.m. with Review and special OP of all medical and surgical units between 02.00 -04.00 p.m. daily except Sundays. (b) In Indoor : Available REGISTRATION, MEDICAL RECORDS & STATISTICS DEPARTMENT (a) Central and/or Departments : Central Medical Record Section is Operative. (i) For in-patients : Central (ii) For O.P.D. : Central (b) Staff : Name No Medical Record Officer : Ms.Christina P.A. One Statistician : Ms. Jemila One Coding Clerk : Ms. Sheeba One Record Clerk : Ms. Benidicta Four Ms. Gowthami Mr. Selvakumar Mr. Karthik Mr. Mahesh Kannan Ms. Jayanthi Daftry : Ms. Rekha Peons : Ms. Kirubai Mariyal One Ms. Nandhini Ms.Sujatha 21 Form-MCI-12 Mr.Charles Mathew Ms.Sandhya Mr.Selva Manigandan Ms.Sathya Mr.Suman Stenographer : Ms.S.Lalitha One (c) System of Indexing : Computerized : Computerized 10th ICD as per WHO classification Manual : (d) Follow up service : Available CENTRAL CASUALTY SERVICES (a) Whether working : Yes; Working Round the Clock (b) Accommodation for staff on duty :- (a) Doctors : Duty Room Available (b) Nurses : Duty Room Available (c) Students : Room Provided (d) Other paramedical staff: Room Provided (c) No. of emergency beds in casualty : 20 (d) Working arrangement of casualty services (i) No. of casualty medical officers: Four – Three for three shifts and One as reliever to work in 8 hour rotation. (ii) Consultants services :Qualified Assistant Professors of Clinical Departments are available for In-house duty. Nature of services : First Aid, Resuscitation, emergency surgical operations and diagnostic facilities are provided. Patients needing admissions are admitted. Medico – Legal cases are entered in Medico – Legal 22 Form-MCI-12 register and Police intimation are sent (iii) Average daily attendance of patients : 52 (e) Ressuscitation services facilites :- (i) Oxygen supply : Central (ii) Ventilation : Available; Airways Ambu bags & Endotracheal tubes available (iii) Defibrillator : Available (iv) Fully equipped disaster trolleys: Crash-Carts available – 2 Nos (f) Facilities provided :- (i) X-ray : Mobile X – Ray Available (ii) Operation theatre: Available for both Major and Minor Procedures. (iii) Laboratory facilities: Samples were collected and analyzed in the Central clinical lab which works round the clock. (g) Ambulance service Yes/No : YES Number : 02 (h) Whether facilities for medico- : Available, done by legal examination exist or not? - Casualty Medical Officer If yes, whether separate staff is - Assistant Professor, Forensic Medicine posted or not. (i) Posting of interns in casualty - Yes or No If yes, No. of days : Not Applicable at this stage. However MCI guidelines will be strictly followed. CLINICAL LABORATORIES No. Specialty (a) Central One Bio-Chemistry, Pathology, Microbiology 23 Form-MCI-12 (b) Departmental Three Located in the departments of Bio-Chemistry, Pathology, Microbiology (c) Ward side Laboratory One in each department in Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, ENT, Paediatrics, Orthopaedics & Ophthalmology. (a) Total no. of investigations Bio Clinical Micro Any (Average daily) Chemistry Pathology Biology other ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (i) O.P.D. 391 623 117 (ii) In-patients 207 340 138 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (b) Staff & Supervision in each Laboratory Bio-Chemistry Pathology Microbiology (i) Teaching Staff: Assistant Professor 01 01 01 (ii) Non-teaching Staff: Senior Lab. Tech. 01 01 01 Lab. Attendant 03 08 04 (c) Equipment in each laboratory: Semi Auto Analyzer 2 Microscope 5 Centrifuge 1 Centrifuge 1 Cell Counter 1 Water bath 1 Water bath 1 Coagulation meter 1 Incubator 1 Refrigerator 1 Hemoglobinometer 3 VDRL rotator 1 Na/K Analyzer 1 ESR Stands 10 Refrigerator 2 Auto pipettes 6 ESR Tubes 100 Elisa Reader/ Washer 1 Hot Air Oven 2 Refrigerator 1 Microscopes 3 Ultrasonic Cleaner 1 Fluroscent Microscope 1 Hot Air Oven 1 Autoclave 3 24 Form-MCI-12 BOD Incubator 2 Laminar Flow 1 OPERATION THEATRE UNIT (1) Operation theatres - (a) Number : Major : 10 Minor : 02 (b) Arrangement & Distribution : Major OTs: Gen. Surgery – 4 No. (H-Block) ENT – 1 No. (H-Block) Orthopedics – 1 No. (H-Block) Ophthalmology - 1 No. (H-Block) Obs. & Gynaec. – 2 Nos.(H-Block) Accident & Emergency – 1 No. (C-Block) Minor OTs General Surgery OPD – 1 No. (C-Block) Accident & Emergency – 1 No. (C-Block) (c) Equipment : Central A/C with central pipeline Oxygen, (including Anesthesia Nitrous oxide, air and suction facilities Hot equipment) and cold sterile water plant. High speed horizontal autoclave, endoscopes, C-arm, operating microscope, Boyle’s apparatus (d) Facilities available in each O.T. unit - Present/Absent (i) Waiting room for patients : Available (ii) Soiled Linen room : Available (iii) Sterilisation room : Available (iv) Nurses duty room : Available (v) Surgeons & Anaesthetists room - : For Males : Available For Females : Available 25 Form-MCI-12 (vi) Assistants room : Available (vii) Observation gallery for students : C.C.TV arrangement (viii) Store room : Available (ix) Washing room for surgeons & Assistants: Available (x) Students washing up and dressing up room: Available (2) Arrangement of Anesthesia (a) Pre-anaesthetic care : Cases Posted for Operation in various Wards are assessed by the anesthetist on the evening of the previous day. (b) Nature of anesthesia used: General, Spinal, Epidural, Regional & I.V. Anaesthesia (c) Recovery Room : A separate post anesthetic recovery room in Theatre complex with necessary equipments under the supervision of a staff nurse. Pre-operative ward (no. of beds) : 10 Beds Post-operative ward (no. of beds) : 10 Beds Resuscitation facilities and special equipment : Available Ventilators, Central Oxygen & Suction, Cardiac Monitor, Boyle’s Apparatus, Ambu bag, Laryngoscope, Pulse Oxymeter, Multi Parameter Monitor, Defibrillator. If any super specialty exists : Surgical Oncology, Cardiology, Urology, Neuro Surgery Paediatric Surgeon Available Give details Intensive Care Area No. of Beds Specialized equipment’s in each; ICU 05 Maquet Ventilators: 2 (Adult) ; 1 (Paediatric) ICCU 05 Multi Para Monitor (L&T): 6 Nos Dual Monitors (L&T): 9 Nos Pulse Oximeters: 16 Nos Infusion Pump (Infusa): 2 Nos Defibrillator (Schiller): 2 Nos ( L&T): 2Nos PICU/NICU 05 Nebulizers: 6 Nos ECG Machine: 1No RICU 05 26 Form-MCI-12 Labour Room Clean with number of beds : One room with Two tables Septic with number of beds : One room with one table RADIOLOGICAL FACILITIES (a) Radio Diagnosis No. of rooms & their Size : 05 Room Size Machine Strength Fixed Mobile 36 sq.m GE 300 mA Yes 36 sq.m Gen. Med. 300 mA Yes Equipment 36 sq.m Gen. Med. 500 mA Yes Equipment 36 sq.m Gen. Med. 600 mA Yes Equipment 36 sq. m Siemens 500 mA Yes 36 sq.m Siemens 800 mA Yes No. of Static X Ray Units : 06 No. of Ultra Sound Units : 03 (2 dopplers) No. of Mobile X Ray Units : 06 No. of CT Scan Units : 01 (b) Workload per day Nos. per day i. Screening 10 ii. Radiographs 120 iii. Special Radiographs 05 (for example, Barium and Dye studies) iv. Ultrasonographs 50 v. C.T. Scans 20 vi. Any other like mammographs etc Nil (c) Protective Measures Adequate per BARC specification : ADEQUATE; as per BARC Specifications 27 Form-MCI-12 PHARMACY Organization set up Staff : (a) Supervised by whom: Mr. David (b) Qualification of pharmacist In charge: D.Pharmacy (c) No. of other staff: 05 Pharmacists , 3 Clerks (d) No. of prescription dispensed a day: (i) Wards: Drugs are dispensed based on indent prepared. (ii) O.P.D: 1203 CENTRAL STERLISATION SERVICES DEPARTMENT : (a) Exclusive or with substeriliation centers also : Exclusive (b) Equipment scope and inservice arrangement : 1. Horizontal High Pressure Autoclave: 01 2. Cylindrical High Pressure Autoclave: 01 3. Hot Air Oven: 02 4. Bowls Sterilizer: 01 5. Ethylene Oxide Sterilizer – 3m 8XL – 1 No 6. Ultrasonic Cleaner20L – 2 No 7. Instruments Sealer (Hawo) – 1 No 8. Gauze cutting machine - 2 No (c) Volume of work/day : Dressing Bins: 100 Trays : 400 (d) Arrangement for sterlisation of mattresses & blankets: Solar Drying 28 Form-MCI-12 (e) Staff available in CSSD : Name No Matron : P.Maragatham One Staff Nurses : C.Anasuya Two P.Arockia Mary Technical Assistants : R.Senthil Kumar Four Technicians : Kalaivani One Ward boys : K.Punya Moorthy Two K. Muthu Sweepers : Mahalakshmi One CENTRAL LAUNDRY : (a) Equipment : (i) Mechanised - Bulk washing machine, Hydro extractor, Flat & Roller Steam Press. (ii) Manual - YES (b) Volume of work/day : 1640 pieces / day (c) Staff available : Supervisor : Two Dhobi/Washermen/Women : Four Packers : Two KITCHEN (a) Type : (i) Electrical : Yes (ii) L.P.G. : Yes 29 Form-MCI-12 (iii) Coal/Wood : Steam Cooking (b) Nature of food supplied : Regular – South Indian Type I.O.D/1 Extra Diet/ Special Diet for specific diseases (c) Daily No. of meals : Around 410 x 3 times (d) Percentage of patients provided with free diet : 70% (e) Per capita expenses/day : Rupees 50 per Day CANTEEN (a) Type of catering : Self Service (b) Whether subsidised : YES (c) For staff only or for others also : For Patients and Attendants For Staff separately provided. INCINERATOR (a) No. : MOU Signed (Vide Annexure – VII) (b) Capacity : NA (c) Type : NA PARA MEDICAL/OTHER SERVICES STAFF IN THE WHOLE HOSPITAL No. of posts sanctioned No. in position Nursing Superintendent 01 01 Dy. Nursing Supdt. 05 05 Asstt. Nursing Supdt. 12 12 30 Form-MCI-12 Nursing sisters 45 45 Staff Nurses 309 309 Lab. Technicians 62 62 Lab Attendants 27 27 Ward boys 33 33 Ward Attendant 30 30 Safaiwala/Swepers 30 30 Any other Category NIL NIL QUARTERS Categories (a) Residents : Sanctioned No: 115 No. provided with quarters: 115 (b) House Staff : Sanctioned No: 30 No. provided with quarters: 30 Nursing Staff (i) Sisters : Sanctioned No. 45 No. provided with quarters: 20 (ii) Staff Nurses : Sanctioned No. 309 No. provided with quarters:72 (iii) Pupil Nurses : Sanctioned No: NIL No. of provided with quarters Other Categories Staff: Percentage of staff provided with quarters 20%………………………………. Teaching 30%……………………………….. Non-teaching 31 Form-MCI-12 INTERCOM AND PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM IN THE HOSPITAL CAMPUS Present/ Absent PRESENT Result of examination – given number and percentage of passes during proceeding years From June-2009 to Sept-2011 No of Month & No of Candidate Pass Sl.No Degree Candidates Year Passed Percentage Appeared 1 I MBBS June-2009 147 115 78.23 2 I MBBS Sept-2009 35 25 71.43 3 I MBBS Mar-2010 10 9 90.00 4 I MBBS Sept-2010 150+1=151 101+1=102 67.55 5 I MBBS Mar-2011 49 31 63.27 6 II MBBS Mar-2011 135 106 78.52 7 I MBBS Sept-2011 150+8=158 98+7=105 66.46 8 II MBBS Sept-2011 31 18 58.06 (c) Final Professional : -NA- (a) Part I (b) Part II _______________________________________________________________________________________________ PARTICULARS OF PRE-REGISTRATION INTERNSHIP : NOT APPLICABLE (a) Period in each Department/discipline : (b) Period of posting in a Rural Health Centre/Primary Health Centre/Urban Health Centre (c) Method of assessment (Please attach a copy of the log Book/assessment sheet) (d) Whether MBBS degree is conferred only after successful Completion of 12 months compulsory rotating internship. - Yes 32 Form-MCI-12 OTHER INFORMATION : 1. Yearly research publications by the teaching staff : Ist Year IInd Year IIIrd Year National journals (No.): NIL 09 16 International journals (No.): 04 09 13 (during the last 3 years) Ist Year IInd Year IIIrd Year 2. National Seminars/Conferences conducted by the Institution in 01 04 05 the last 3 years 3. National Awards/recognition - 10 15 received by the college Faculty : Academic Functions o Inauguration for New batch for 2011-12 academic year was started for I MBBS on 20th June, 2011. o Parent Faculty meeting was conducted for I MBBS (2010-11) on 02nd April, 2011 and II MBBS (2009-10) on 08th April, 2011 o A Student Internship Programme for Schools (SIPS) for school students was conducted on 04th – 06th May, 2011 about 50 students participated from various schools. o Meet the Legend was organized by the College Padmashri.Dr.Mohan Kameswaran, M.S, DLO, FRCS (Edin), FICS, FAMS, D.Sc (Honoris-Causa) a leading ENT specialist delivered a speech on “Emerging Technologies” Attitude, Approach & Adaptation by Modern Medical Men o Integrated Teaching Training was organized by Department of Paediatrics along with other Departments of Physiology, Biochemistry, Community Medicine & General Medicine on the topic Acute Diarrhea on 30th June, 2011. o Integrated Teaching Training was organized by Department of General Surgery along with other Departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology & Radiology on the topic Breast Diseases on 20 th September, 2011 o Integrated Teaching Training was organized by Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology along with other Departments of Biochemistry, Pathology & Radiology on the topic Vaginal Bleeding in 1st Trimester on 20th October, 2011 MOU’s signed by the College 33 Form-MCI-12 MOU was signed between Saveetha University & Jackson State University to conduct a course on Masters in Public Health on 11 th October, 2011 Workshops, Seminars, Conferences, CME programmes and other programmes conducted by the College Bioethics workshop was organized by the Department of Education on 08th & 09th December, 2010 Department of Pathology conducted IAPM Meet of TamilNadu & Pondicherry chapter on 09th October, 2010 Dept of Microbiology conducted a National conference on “Recent Trends in Re-emerging Infections (a CME programme) on 09th April, 2011 on behalf of Academy of Clinical Microbiologists and 97 persons attended 3 Guest lectures and 4 free papers and 14 posters were presented and certificates were issued. Workshop on Medical Education Technology was conducted by the Medical Education Unit from 17 th to 19th August 2011. Dept of General Medicine conducted a CME on Diabetes and Heart on 22.11.2010 as a part of World Diabetes day celebrations, Dr.Seshiah.V, M.D., D.Sc., delivered the introductory speech & Dr.Shanmugasundaram.S, M.D., D.M., presented a CME on Diabetes and Heart. Dept. of General Medicine conducted a CME programme on Peptic Ulcer on 08th March, 2011 Padmashree Dr.M.Ahmed Ali, M.S., MNAMS, MCH(GE), D.Sc gave the inaugural address & Dr.S.Thirunavukarasu presented a CME on Peptic Ulcer Dept of Pharmacology conducted a National Level CME on “Bridging the gap between Pharmacology Teaching and Clinical Practice” on 08 th July, 2011 Dept of Pharmacology conducted a CME on Pharmacovigilance on 30th August, 2011, Prof.Kala Subramaniam, MD., presented the CME. Cardio Renal Syndrome Basics – a special CME was conducted on 13.09.2011, Prof.Padmanabhan.P, M.D., D.M., presented the CME. Dept of General Surgery conducted a CME on Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection – A case based discussion on 21.10.2011, Prof.Jayanthi.V., M.D., D.M., presented the CME. Dept of Radiology conducted a CME on Imaging of Vascular Pathologies of Head & Neck on 09.11.2010. Dept of General Surgery conducted a CME on Upper GI Bleeding on 07.12.2010. Dept of ENT conducted a CME on Dizziness – ENT Perspective and VEMP on 23.12.2010. Dept of Pathology conducted a CME on Application of Immuno Histo Chemistry in surgical practice on 20.01.2011. 34 Form-MCI-12 Dept of Anaesthesiology conducted a CME on Anaesthsia management of Diabetic patients, Pain management & Newer advances in Anaesthesia on 17.02.2011. Dept of Community Medicine conducted a CME on Introduction to World Health Day Theme – 2011, Mechanism of development of microbial resistance, Hospital acquired infections & Hand Washing on 19.04.2011. Dept of Ophthalmology conducted a CME on red eye on 17.05.2011. Dept of Paediatrics conducted a CME on Status Epilepticus in Children on 28.06.2011. Dept of General Medicine conducted a CME on Diabetes Update (Recent concepts in the understanding of Type-2 DM, Recent advances in the management of Type-2 DM and How to prevent Diabetes? on 16.08.2011 Papers / Posters presented by the Faculty Members Dr.P.Saraswathi.P, Professor & HOD, Anatomy Study of Projection Fibre in Hemiplegic Patients by Diffusion Tensor Imaging in 32nd Annual conference of Indian Association of Bio-Medical Scientists – Centre for Nuclear Medicine, Punjab University, Chandigarh Dr.Jayakumar.S, Associate Professor, Microbiology Prevalence of ESBL and AmpC Beta Lactamases in Gram Negative Isolates in Tertiary Care Hospital – MICROCON-2010 – Kolkatta. Dr.Binesh Lal.Y, Assistant Professor, Microbiology Overview of Intestinal Parasitic Infections in a Tertiary Care Hospital – MICROCON-2010 – Kolkatta. Dr.Kannan.R, Assistant Professor, General Medicine Retrospective Randomized Study of pattern of Fever in a New Tertiary Hospital in Chennai suburban, APICON 2011, Ahmedabad – All India National conference Profile study of Diabetes Mellitus in an emerging Tertiary Hospital in Chennai, APICON 2011, Ahmedabad – All India National conference Dr.Thirunavukkarasu.J, Associate Professor, Pharmacology Assessing the acceptance of problem based learning (PBL) methodologies by II year MBBS students. (Poster) – National Conference on health Professionals education (NCHPE 2011) - CMC, Vellore- Sep 2011 35 Form-MCI-12 Papers / Posters presented by the students 1) Details of the papers (international conference presentations) presented by the medical students. Sl.No Name of the Student Year Name of the Conference Title of the Paper International / National 1 A.V.JANANI II MBBS Antioxidant vitamins and International Student Medical International enzymes status in patients Congress in Kosice – 2010 with alcoholic liver disease. (ISMCK – 2010), held between 21st – 24th June, 2010, at Kosice, Slovakia. 2 Krishna R II MBBS Serum Copper, Oxidant – 23rd East Asian Medical International Antioxidant Status in Patients Student's Conference (EAMSC) - with Carcinoma of Prostate. 2010 held on January 14th - 19th, 2010 in Kualalmpur, Malaysia. 3 R. Maithreyi II MBBS Erythrocyte Lipid peroxidation 23rd East Asian Medical International & and antioxidants in chronic Student's Conference (EAMSC) A V Janani alcoholics with alcoholic liver held on January 14th - 19th, disease. 2010 in Kualalmpur, Malaysia. 4 Shweta. A II MBBS Erasers of Men’s Health: An 23rd East Asian Medical International & Indian Scenario. Student's Conference (EAMSC) Rufus Ranjitsingh held on January 14th - 19th, Edwin 2010 in Kualalmpur, Malaysia. 5 Anand K H II MBBS Antioxidant Vitamins status in International Student Medical International patients with Osteoarthritis. Congress in Kosice – 2010 (ISMCK – 2010), held between 21st – 24th June, 2010, at Kosice, Slovakia. 2) Details of the research papers published by the medical students in the International and National Indexed Journals. 36 Form-MCI-12 Sl.No Name of the Student Year Title of the Publication Name of the Indexed International / Journal National 1 A.V.JANANI II MBBS Antioxidant vitamins and Journal of Clinical and International enzymes status in patients Diagnostic Research. 2010 with alcoholic liver disease. August; 4 (4): 2742 - 2747. 2 Maithreyi R, Janani II MBBS Erythrocyte Lipid peroxidation Asian Journal of International AV, Krishna R, and antioxidants in chronic Pharmaceutical and Shweta A, Rufus alcoholics with alcoholic liver Clinical Research. 2010; 3 Ranjitsingh Edwin. disease. (3): 183 – 185. 3 R. Krishna, R. II MBBS Serum Copper, Oxidant – International Journal of International Maithreyi, A V Janani, Antioxidant Status in Patients Biotechnology and A. Shweta, Rufus with Carcinoma of Prostate. Bioengineering Research. Ranjitsingh Edwin 2010; 1 (2): 139 – 146. 4 Sanchaya Selvaraj, II MBBS Evidence – based medicine – a Biology and Medicine. International Yeshwant Kumar NNT, new approach to teach 2010; Vol 2 (1): 1 – 5. Elakiya M, Prarthana medicine: a basic review for Saraswathi C, Balaji beginners. D, Nagamani P 5 Krishna R II MBBS Research Bias: A Review for Journal of Clinical and International & medical students. Diagnostic Research. Maithreyi R Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. 2010 April; 4 : 2320 – 2324. 3) Details of the PRIZES / AWARDS won by the medical students in the International and National Indexed Journals Sl.No Name of the Year Name of the Conference Title of the Paper International Award Won Student / National 1 A.V.JANANI II MBBS International Student Antioxidant vitamins and International IInd PRIZE Medical Congress in Kosice – enzymes status in 2010 (ISMCK – 2010), held patients with alcoholic between 21st – 24th June, liver disease. 2010, at Kosice, Slovakia. 37 Form-MCI-12 Papers published in the indexed and other journals by the staff members and students Dr.Indumathi.S, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Anatomy) Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy “Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research” October-2010, Vol-4, Issue No.5, 3134 – 3143, titled, “Aortic Arch and Variations in its Branching Pattern" Dr.Latha.K, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Pharmacology), Assistant Professor, Dr.Tharini.C.B, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Pharmacology), Professor & HOD, Department of Pharmacology&Sheela.D, Student of M.Sc., Pharmacology “Recent Research in Science & Technology” Vol-2, Issue No.11 (2010), Pages 8-10, titled, “A Single Blind In Vitro UV Spectrophotometry Quantitative Assay of Different Pharmaceutical Oral Preparation of 500mg Metformin" Dr.Renu Mathew, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Microbiology), Professor, Department of Microbiology “Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research” Vol-4, Issue No.6, Dec-2010, Pages 3565-3566, titled, “Intestinal Taeniasis" Dr.Timsi Jain, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Community Medicine) Assistant Professor, Department of Community Medicine “Journal of Clinical and Diagnostics Research” Vol-4, Issue No.6, Dec-2010, Pages 3480-3483, titled, “A Cross Sectional Study on the Coverage of Immunization in the Slums of Western Uttar Pradesh, India". “Indian Journal of Maternal and Child Health” Vol-12, Issue No.4, Dec- 2010, Pages 1-7, titled, “Status of Antenatal Care on Slums of Meerut City" Dr.Sivapriya.D.V, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Physiology), Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology “Life Sciences and Medicine Research (LSMR)” Vol 2010, LSMR-19, titled, “Evaluation of the Relationship Between Workload and Work Capacity in Petrochemical and Tannery Workers - a Pilot Study" Dr.C.R.V.Narasimhalu. M.B.B.S., M.D Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology 38 Form-MCI-12 Journal of Indian Medical association Vol 108 No11 November 2010 titled “Blister Beetle dermatitis” Dr.Vijayalakshmi.S, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Anatomy) Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy "Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research" Apr-2011, Vol-5 Issue No.2; Page No.287-290 (Indexed in Scopus), titled, “A Study on Dorsalis pedis Artery and its Clinical Correlations" Dr.Jayakumar.S, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Microbiology) Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology “Journal of Communicable Diseases” Dec-2010, Vol-42, Issue No.4, Page No.263-268, titled “Inducible Clindamycin Resistance in Staphylococcus aureus Isolated from Clinical Samples'' "Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research" Apr-2011, Vol-5 Issue No.2; Page No.231-235 (Indexed in Scopus) titled “The In Vitro Efficacy Testing of Skin Disinfectants Against Nosocomial Pathogens". Dr.Kedari.G.S.R, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Biochemistry) Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry “Indian Journal of Science & Technology", Sep-2010, Vol-3, Issue No.9, Page No.1014-1015 titled, “Estimation of thyroid hormone status and thyroid antibodies in type-1 diabetes mellitus” "Recent Research in Science & Technology" Dec-2010, Vol-2 Issue No.11; Page No.4-7 titled “Status of Glycosylated Hemoglobin and Lipid Profile in Gestational Diabetes Patients" "Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research" Apr-2011, Vol-5 Issue No.2; Page No.254-256 (Indexed in Scopus) titled “Evaluation of the Thyroid Status, Oxidant Stress and Antioxidant Status in patients with Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus" Dr.Madhavan.M, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Pathology) Associate Professor, Department of Pathology Case Report publication in "Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences" Apr-Jun 2011, Vol-18 Issue No.2; Page No.78-81 titled “A Rare case of a Subcutaneous Phaeomycotic Cyst with a Brief Review of Literature" 39 Form-MCI-12 Dr.Sivapriya.D.V, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Physiology) Assistant Professor and Dr.Shyamala Thirumeni, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Physiology) Professor & Head, Department of Physiology "Recent Research in Science & Technology" 2011, Vol-3 Issue No.10; Page No.19-24 titled “Effects of Suryanamaskar on Cardio Vascular and Respiratory Parameters in School Students" Dr.Srinivasa Raghavan.N, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Forensic Medicine) Associate Professor, Department of Forensic Medicine "Indian Journal in Forensic Medicine & Toxicology" Jul-Dec-2010, Vol-4 No.2; Page No.96-99 ISSN – 0973-9122 (print) ISSN – 0973 – 9130 (Electronic) titled “A multidimensional and retrospective analysis of female suicide deaths in Chennai" "Journal of Medical Science and Research" 2010, Vol-1 No.2; Page No.69-70 titled “Social Networking and Medical Professionalism" Dr.Thirunavukkarasu.J, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Pharmacology) Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology "Asian Journal of Experimental Biological Sciences" Jul -2011, Vol-2(3); Page No.487-492 titled “A Study on Effectiveness of Different Teaching Methodology in Pharmacology for Under Graduate Students" Dr.Shivani Rao, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Community Medicine) Assistant Professor, Department of Community Medicine "Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research" Aug-2011, Vol-5 Issue No.4; Page Nos.721-724 (Indexed in Scopus) titled “Influence of Associated Factors in the Prevalence of Asthma: A Community Based Study in Mysore” Dr.Binesh Lal.Y, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Microbiology) Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology "Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research" Oct-2011, Vol-5 Issue No.5; Page Nos.961-963 (Indexed in Scopus) titled “Correlation of Quantitative Buffy Coat, Blood Smear and Antigen Detection in Diagnosing Malarial Infection" 40 Form-MCI-12 Dr.Anuradha.R, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Community Medicine) Assistant Professor, Department of Community Medicine "Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research", Oct-2011, Vol-5 Issue No.5; Page Nos.957-960, (Indexed in Scopus & Copernicus) titled, “The Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity among Women in an Urban Slum of Chennai" Dr.Sathish Babu.C, M.B.B.S., M.D., (Pha rmacology) Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology “Recent Research in Science and Technology” 2011, Vol-3, Issue No.10, Page No.25-29 (indexed) titled “Virtual Experimental Pharmacology an Alternative or Not? – A Global Assessment by Pharmacology Faculties and MBBS Students” Dr.Surapaneni Krishna Mohan (Biochemistry) Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry "Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research", Oct-2011, Vol-5 Issue No.5; Page Nos.1001-1007, (Indexed in Scopus) titled, Analysis of Multiple Myeloma by FTIR Spectroscopy Coupled with Statistical Analysis” “International Journal of Current Reviews and Research”, Issue 11, November- 2011 (Indexed in Scopus) titled “Simultaneous determination of blood substrates by FTIR Spectroscopy coupled with Linear Regression analysis”. Prizes, Medals and Awards received by the faculty members and students in various functions / competitions organized by the other colleges Dr.P.Saraswathi.P, Professor & HOD, Anatomy TROPHY RECEIVED FOR “Dr.M.M.COOPER MEMORIAL AWARD FOR TEACHERS” - FOR THE BEST PAPER PRESENTED IN THE SCIENTIFIC SESSION – 34th Annual conference of association of anatomists of Tamilnadu – October 2011. AWARD RECEIVED FOR “Dr.M.M.COOPER MEMORIAL ORATION AWARD - 2011” ON “WHITE MATTER OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM” – 34th Annual conference of association of anatomists of Tamilnadu – October 2011. FELICITATION BY ASSOCIATION OF ANATOMISTS, TAMILNADU FOR AUTHORING A BOOK “INTEGRATED TEXTBOOK OF ANATOMY ON HEAD AND NECK FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS”. "FABMS FELLOWSHIP AWARD”:– 31st Annual conference of Indian Association of Bio-Medical Scientists-2010. 41 Form-MCI-12 Surapaneni Krishna Mohan, Assistant Professor, Biochemistry Being awarded the “Certificate in Medical and Health Sciences Education” (CIMHSE) under the Lika Shing Faculty of Medicine, Institute of Medical and Health Sciences Education, Hong Kong University from January 25, 2010 through April 30, 2011. Being awarded “Fellowship of CMCL-FAIMER Regional Institute” (A joint venture of Christian Medical College, Ludhiana, India and Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research, USA) from January 2009 through January, 2011. Being awarded “Online Health Informatics Certification” a course conducted by Bioinformatics Centre, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, Maharashtra, India in collaboration with Mason Global Ltd, India from January o1, 2011 through July 30, 2011. 1. Dr. Saraswathi, Professor & HOD, Department of Anatomy has received Lifetime Achievement Award among the women Research Workers for 2007 from Government of Tamilnadu in 2009. 2. Dr. SURAPANENI KRISHNA MOHAN, Assistant Professor of Biochemistry received the following awards / recognition during the academic year 2009 – 2010. 1. Selected as “YOUNG SCIENTIST” and One among the 120 YOUNG SCIENTISTS (Out of 120 only 6 were Indians) who were selected from all over the world by International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) to deliver the presentations and to share their knowledge in “Young Scientist Program (YSP)”, 21st IUBMB and 12th FAOBMB International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology held in Shanghai, China, between July 30 – August 2, 2009 and was awarded a Cash Prize of 800 USD. 2. Recipient of “IFCC Fellowship – EUROMEDLAB 2009” at 18th IFCC – EFCC European Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, Congress of the Austrian Society of Laboratory Medicine and Clinical Chemistry, held on 7 th June – 11th June, 2009 at Congress Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria. 3. Recipient of “Young Investigator Award” at Hong Kong - Shangai International Liver Congress 2008 held on 12th -15th June 2008 at Hong Kong Convention Centre, Hong Kong. 4. Recipient of “IFCC Fellowship” at 20th IFCC International Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine,35th Brazilian Congress of Clinical Analysis 42 Form-MCI-12 and 8th Brazilian Congress of Clinical Cytology, held on 27th September - 2nd October at Ceara’s Convention Center, Fortaleza/CE, Brazil. Sports and Extra Curricular activities of the College Students participated in the “Chettinad Fusion 2011” – A south zone inter medical and dental cultural festival conducted by Chettinad Hospital and Research Institute from 21st – 23rd of April, 2011 and they have won 1st prize in Ek Minute, 2nd prize in Variety programme & 3 rd prize in Rangoli (Certificates). 25 students participated in the sports meet organized by Kasturba Medical College, Manipal on 25 th to 29th April, 2011. Mr.Madan.G, of III MBBS secured 3 rd position in Tamil Movie script writing, a cash award and a Trophy for Best Script Writing during the International Sports & Cultural Carnival – Riviera ’11 conducted by VIT, Vellore. Students participated in the CHEMFEST-2011 a, Inter Collegiate Cultural programme conducted by Chengalpet Medical College from 06th - 08th September, 2011 and won the Overall Trophy. 4. Any associated Institutions/Training courses : Yes No. 5. If yes, No. of Admissions/Yrs. (i) Dental (ii) Nursing (iii) Pharmacy (iv) Physiotherapy (v) Lab Technician (vi) Any other For the medical colleges which are running other courses as mentioned above besides the undergraduate courses leading to MBBS, they will be required to have extra staff, space, laboratories and equipment’s as per the norms laid down by the bodies governing such courses. 6. Total No. of PG students No. of students admitted Admitted yearwise (in previous ------------------------------ 3 years) (please attach separate Ist Yr. IInd Yr. IIIrd Yr. statement) Dip./Degree Dip./Degree Dip./Degree Subjects (i) Date of Inspection Signature of Dean/Principal 43
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