Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC)

Mandatory Disclosure Of JNMC
Informations as per MCI Requirement : (Updated on 28th February 2017)
Dean of JNMC
  • Dr. Sandeep Shrivastava
  • MBBS, MS (Orthopaedics), DNB (Orthopaedic Surgery)
  • DOB: 03/07/1968
  • Resi.Address
  • Dreamland Society, DMIMS(DU) Campus, Sawangi (M), Wardha 4420004, India
  • Office : 07152 - 287701 TO 06 .
  • Residence : 09975768512
  • Mobile : +919765404068
  • Email:deanjnmc@yahoo.com
Medical Suprintendent of AVBRH
  • Dr. Keshao Bhagwant Gollhar
  • MBBS, MS (Surgery)
  • DOB: 12/06/1947
  • Resi.Address
  • Quart. no. 4, Doctor's Quarter's Bldg. no 1, AVBRH Campus, Sawangi (Meghe), Wardha, Maharashtra, India.
  • Office : 07152 - 287701 TO 06.
  • Residence : 9890310685/9422146220
  • Mobile : 9765404058
  • Email : kbgolhar@gmail.com

5. Research publication during the last one year

JAWAHARLAL NEHRU MEDICAL COLLEGE (for the year 2016)
  Number
INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS 196
NATIONAL INDEXED 76
NATIONAL NON-INDEXED 12
DMIMS JOURNAL 75

6. Details of any CME Programme, Conferences and academic activities (Jan 2016 to Dec 2016)

S/No

Department

Topic

Conducted Date & Month

No. of Benifi.

ALG

1

Pathology
Biochemistry
Microbiology

CME on Laboratory Medicine developing Labs into NABL Accredited Lab

12th Jan. 2016

100

51.11%

2

Physiology &
Anesthesia

CME on Neurophysiology & USG guided Nerve Blocks

21st Feb. 2016

86

77.50%

3

Pediatrics

CME on Human Milk Banking

26th Feb. 2016

109

52.00%

4

Pharmacology

Interdisciplinary CME on History of Medicine

26th February 2016

57

70.10%

5

Surgery

CME on Recent Advances in Microvascular and Plastic Surgery

13th Feb. 2016

96

58.40%

6

ENT &
Oral Surgery

CME on Recent updates in Head & Neck oncology

5th March 2016

124

60.00%

7

Medicine

Vidarbha Level UG Quiz

17 March 2016

-

-

8

Community Med.
Dermatology
T.B. &Chest

CME on Recent Advances in TB & HIV

9th April 2016

106

53.12%

9

Cardiac Anesthesia

Cardiopulmonary bypass and its complication, ECMO

12th June 2016

171

-

10

Orthopedics

Post Graduate Research on Trauma, Orthopedics & Physical Medicine - 3

29th to 30th July 2016

120

-

11

Microbiology

U.G. Level Quiz

10th August 2016

150

-

12

Radio-diagnosis,
Obst. & Gyne

Workshop on Fetal Medicine

20th Aug. 2016

35

50.50%

13

Psychiatry

National Workshop On Training on psychometrics for postgraduate in Psychiatry  & clinical psychologist

25th to 26th Nov. 2016

18

63.80%

14

Surgery

Workshop on Surgical Management
of Thyroid disorder

27th Nov. 2016

101

63.00%

8. Details of affiliated university VC and Registrar

Name Dr. Dilip Gode Gode
Date of Birth 26/04/1953
Resi.Address 15, Central Excise Colony, Ring Road, Nagpur
Telephone Office : 0091-7152-287701-06 Mobile : +91 9822737919
E-mail vcdmimsu@gmail.com
Qualification MBBS, MS(Surgery), FICS, FMAS, Ph.D. (Minimal Access Surgery)
Name Dr. A. J. Anjankar rmborle
Date of Birth 12-03-1956
Resi.Address Nakshatra, Patil Nagar, Near Yamuna Lawn, Nagpur Road, Wardha, Maharashtra, India.
Telephone Office : 07152 - 287701 TO 06 Mobile :9765404004
E-mail registrardmims@gmail.com
Qualification MBBS, MD(Forensic Medicine), LLB

11. Details of Clinical Material

Particulars For Jan to December 2015 For Jan to December 2016
Total OPD Attendance 2387 / per day

2543   per day

Total Admissions 59131

60134

Bed Occupancy 85%

85%

Avg. Length of stay 6 days

6 days

Hospital Death Rate 1.7%

2.2%

Maternal Mortality Rate 2.3 / 1000

1.8  / 1000

Neonatal Mortality Rate 46.5 / 1000

24.2 / 1000

12. Summary of Infrastructure of the College

College Building Built up Area 19640 sq mtrs.
Library Area 3200 sq mtrs
Lecture Theater 7 Lecture Theater
Demo Rooms 24 for Pre Para Clinical
  46 for Clinical
Hostel Accommodation for UG Boys Hostel Capacity : 496+108
  Girls Hostel Capacity : 848+184
Hostel Accommodation for PG Boys Hostel : 235 & Girls Hostel 119
Residential Quarters 174
Auditorium 1300 Persons Capacity
Play Ground 2 Hectors
Hospital Details : Total Teaching Beds: 1060 Teaching Beds
TEACHING BEDS
Medicine Allied Surgery Allied
Gen Medicine 210 Gen. Surgery 210
DVL 30 Orthopedics 120
Psychiatry 40 Opthalmology 60
Respiratory Medicine 30 ENT 30
Peadiatrics 120 Obst & Gyne 120
       
Super Speciality
CVTS 20 Surgical Oncology 20
Neuro Surgery 20 Neurology 20
Cardialogy 15    
Total Teaching Beds = 1065
       
NON-TEACHING BEDS
ICU BEDS OTHER BEDS
MICU 10 Post OP 16
MICCU 8 Pre OP/PAC 11
MICU 2 18 Burn Ward 10
PICU 10 Labour Room 7
NICU 10 Pre Labour 3
SICU 1 12 Eclampsia 2
SICU 2 9 Isolation 3
SICU 3 4 Dialysis 4
Orthu HDU 10 Total 56
CVTS ICU 8
PRIVATE BEDS
RICU 5 Private Beds 14
Obs ICU 3 Total 14
Cardialogy ICU 8    
Total 115    
Total Non-Teaching Beds = 185

b) Report on Anti-ragging Survey by DMIMS (DU) Anti -ragging Monitoring Cell

Under the ambit of Student Welfare Cell, surveys were conducted amongst first year MBBS students to assess the antiragging measures. Four surveys were done with an eleven point Questionnaire between July 2012 to October 2012. Sharda Girls Hostel and Vivekananda Boys Hostel were selected for the assessment as maximum number offirst year MBBS students are been allocated in these hostels. A total of 82 students (42 males and 40 females) were randomly selected for the survey


The objectives of the questionnaire were to assess the prevalence and status of ragging amongst students and to assess the satisfaction of Anti-ragging measures for the students


All the students have never faced ragging either in the campus or in the hostel premises and all students were well aware ofthe fact that ragging is a criminal offence. None of the student was anxious /nervous about ragging. All the students have agreed the fact that the undertaking from the students and their parents have helped to prevent the incidences of ragging and that psychological counselling by the Student's guidance Clinic has helped them to better understand and deal with their seniors. So also all the students are satisfied about the security arrangements and the anti-ragging measures undertaken by the college.


From the survey, we can conclude that we have been able:

  1. To sensitize the students about ragging.
  2. To reduce the anxiety/nervousness about ragging
  3. To provide a secure and congenial atmosphere in the campus
The overall report shows that as per our mission, we have so far succeeded in achieving "Ragging free campus with Zero Tolerance" in the campus


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