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MINIMUM STANDARD REQUIREMENTS FOR

THE MEDICAL COLLEGE

FOR 50 ADMISSIONS ANNUALLY

REGULATIONS, 1999

MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA
POCKET-14, SECTOR – 8, DWARKA – 1 NEW DELHI - 110077 Phone : 011-25367033, 25367035, 25367036 Fax: 011-25367024,25367025

(PUBLISHED IN PART III, SECTION 4 OF THE GAZETTE OF INDIA DATED THE 29TH APRIL 1999)

MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA New Delhi, dated the 30th March 1999 No. MCI 35(1)98-med (ii) In exercise of the powers conferred by section 33 of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956), the Medical Council of India with the previous sanction of the Central Government, hereby makes the following regulations namely:1. (i) Short title and commencement: (1) These regulations may be called the “Minimum requirements for 50 M.B.B.S. Admissions annually Regulations, 1999. (ii) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. Objective :- the objective of these regulations is to prescribe for a medical college and Medical Institution approved for fifty admissions of MBBS students annually, the minimum requirements of accommodation in the college and its associated teaching hospitals, staff (teaching and technical both) and equipment in the college departments and hospitals. Every medical college and Medical Institution for 50 M.B.B.S admissions annually shall have the following departments, namely :(1) HUMAN ANATOMY (2) HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY INCLUDING BIOPHYSICS (3) BIOCHEMISTRY (4) PATHOLOGY (INCLUDING BLOOD BANK) (5) MICROBIOLOGY (6) PHARMACOLOGY (7) FORENSIC MEDICINE INCLUDING TOXICOLOGY (8) COMMUNITY MEDICINE (9) MEDICINE (10) PAEDIATRICS (11) PSYCHIATRY (12) DERMATOLOGY, VENEREALOGY AND LEPROSY (13) TUBERCULOSIS AND RESPIRATORY DISEASES (14) SURGERY INCLUDING PAEDIATRIC SURGERY (15) ORTHOPAEDICS (16) RADIO-DIAGNOSIS (17) RADIOTHERAPY (18) OTO-RHINOLARYNGOLOGY (19) OPHTHALMOLOGY (20) OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY (21) DENTISTRY

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Beside the above-said departments the Medical colleges and Medical institutions running Postgraduate degree/diploma courses in various specialties may have other departments to meet teaching needs of the college or Medical Institution and healthcare needs of the public. 4. Every Medical college and Medical institution and its associated teaching hospitals for 50 MBBS admissions annually shall have the accommodation for teaching and technical staff and equipment for each department as given in the Schedule-I, II, III respectively annexed with these regulations. SCHEDULE I ACCOMMODATION IN THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OR MEDICAL INSTITUTION AND ITS ASSOCIATED TEACHING HOSPITALS A-COLLEGE A.1 GENERAL:

A.1.1 CAMPUS The medical college or medical institution shall be housed in a unitary campus near its teaching hospital having room for future expansion. However the existing medical colleges shall make efforts to have their teaching hospital within a radius of five kilometers of the campus. A.1.2 Administrative block : Accommodation shall be provided for – Principal/Dean’s office (36 Sq.m.), staff room (54 sq.m.), college council room (80 Sq.m.) office superintendent’s room (10 Sq.m.), Office (150 Sq.m.), record room (100 Sq.m.), examination hall (200 Sq.m.), separate common room for Male and Female students with attached toilets (30 Sq.m.each), cafeteria (40-50 Sq.m.). A.1.3 College Council: Every medical college or Medical Institution shall have a College Council comprising of the Head of departments as members and Principal/Dean as Chairperson. The Council shall meet at least four times in a year to draw up the details of curriculum and training programme, enforcement of discipline and other academic matters. The Council shall also organise interdepartmental meetings like grand rounds, statistical meetings and clinico pathological meetings including periodical research review in the Institution regularly. A.1.4. Central library There shall be a Central Library (600 Sq.m) with seating arrangement for at least 50 students for reading and having good lighting and ventilation and space for stalking and display of books and journals. There shall be one room for 50 students inside and one room for 25 students outside. It should have not less than 5000 text and reference books. In a new medical college the total number of books should be proportionately divided on yearly basis in five years. The number of journals shall be 100 out of which one-third shall be foreign journals and

These lecture theatres are to be shared by various departments. There shall be provision for – a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Staff reading room for 15 persons.5 Lecture theatre There shall be a minimum of four lecture theatres of gallery type in the college or Medical Institution three with seating capacity for 60 students and one with seating capacity for 125 students. breeding and supply of animals and facilities for experiments A. slide projector and a microphone.7 Central Photographic Section: Central photographic and audiovisual sections with accommodation for studio. The number of copies of text books in each subject of undergraduate teaching shall be ten.1.1.11 Gas Plant: .1. Animal house There shall be a Central Animal House (135 Sq.6 Auditorium/Examination Hall: There shall be an auditorium where 250-350 persons could be seated and an examination hall.area) for maintenance. electrical and electronic equipments of college and the hospitals.1. It shall be manned by qualified personnel. Lecture Theatres shall be provided with necessary independent audio visual aids including over-head projector.1. Journal room. A. Video and Cassette room (desirable).1.1. A. A.subscribed on continuous basis.8. Room for daftaries and book binders. A. Central Workshop: There shall be central workshop having facilities for repair of mechanical. Facilities for microphotography and mounting shall be provided. Rooms for librarian and other staff. A. Accommodation shall be provided for Artist and Medical Illustrators and Modellers. Air-conditioned Computer room with Medlar and Internet facility. A. dark room. enlarging and Photostat work.9. preferably air-conditioned for atleast 125 students. These shall be built with good acoustics.10. Central Incineration Plant: There shall be a Central incineration plant commensurate with the hospital bed strength. Microfilm reading room. Room for copying facilities.m.

A. students (men and women). A. Statistical Unit There shall be a centralized computerized statistical unit.17 Electricity: There shall be continuous electricity supply as well as standby UPS or Generator.5 (B) Demonstration Room – there shall be two demonstration rooms (30 sq. Medical Education Unit : There shall be a Medical Education Unit or Department for faculty development and providing teaching or learning resource material. It shall be well lit. well-ventilated with exhaust fans and preferably centrally . A. A.There shall be a Central Gas Plant or Gas supply unit. A1. Video and other audiovisual aids. technical and other staff in all sections as required. (C) Dissection Hall – There shall be a dissection hall (175 sq.2. coordination and patient care. A qualified physical education instructor shall look after the sports activities and maintenance.1.13.1.18 Sanitation and water supply: Adequate sanitary facilities (toilets and bathrooms – Separately for women) and safe continuous drinking water facilities must be provided for the teaching staff.12.each) fitted with strip chairs. A. hospitals and college shall be provided for better services.16.1.15. Television.1.1.Intercom Network: Intercom network including paging and beep system between various sections. duly furnished and equipped for research work and further expansion of its activities.mt. DEPARTMENTS (1) DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY (A) Lecture theatre .as per item A. Playground and Gymnasium: There shall be a play ground and Gymnasium for the staff and students. A. so as to accommodate at least 25 to 30 students.mt. Slide Projector.1.14 Research work: Space as indicated in the concerned departments shall be provided in each department. A.) to accommodate at least 50 students at a time.1. Over Head Projector.

models. Television. area) with at least 80-100 books. Working accommodation for non-teaching staff (12sq.m.area ). Department office cum Clerical room .1.5 Demonstration Room-There shall be one demonstration room (30 sq. 3. MRI and trolly tables.) for technicians and storage of equipment. In addition.area) shall be provided with continuous working tables. Every seat shall be provided preferably with stainless steel washbasin. each) for the preparation of models/specimens and for artists and modellers. However. an (C) . (D) Histology. each) and cold storage room with space for 6-8 dead bodies (18 sq. Adequate seating accommodation for 15 students to study in the museum shall be provided. Asstt.area). Over head Projector. (G) Departmental LibraryThere shall be a Departmental library-cum-seminar room (30sq. sinks. CT scan.m.mt. Professor & Head of the Department.area) 5. There shall be two attached rooms (15 sq. 4.There shall be Histology Laboratory (100sq. Every workings table shall have one drawer and one cupboard.) with accommodation for work benches fitted with water taps.mt. 1.m.area) or cooling cabinets. (H) Accommodation for Staff.The following laboratories with adequate accommodation shall be provided to accommodate 30 students.area).as per item A.) fitted with strip chairs.m.one room (12 Sq.m. X-ray view boxes shall be multistand type to take 4 plates standard size 3 boxes (3view boxes for 50 students).air-conditioned. area) (2) DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY INCLUDING BIO-PHYSICS (A) (B) Lecture Theatre .m. Associate Professor/Reader-one rooms (15 Sq. 2. mt. so as to accommodate at least 25-30 students Practical rooms.There shall be one research laboratory (50sq.(18 Sq.m. There shall be a preparation room (18 sq.m.m.m. revolving stands for skiagrams. Slide Projector.area). (i) Amphibian laboratory (one)-(100 sq.5 sq. there shall be an embalming room (12 sq.mt.m. There shall be an ante-room for students with lockers and five Wash basins. (F) Museum-There shall be a museum (100sq.m. & one of 1. cupboards for microscope storage and electric points for 30 students.m. (E) Research. There shall be adequate teaching aids in the hall. not more than two copies of anyone book shall be counted towards computation of the total number of books. and 6.area) for research purposes.area).)-provided with racks and shelves for storing and proper display of wet and dry specimen and embryological sections. Tutor/Demonstrators-One room (15 Sq.m. space for 2 storage tanks (one of 3 sq. Video and other audiovisual aids. Professor/Lecturers (Two)-One room (20 Sq.Accommodation shall be provided for the staff as under namely.

so as to accommodate at least 25-30 students Practical class roomThere shall be a laboratory (100 Sq. Over head Projector.(18 Sq. Tutor/Demonstrators-One room (15 Sq.m. two large size wash-basins (stainless steel) and cupboards for storing equipments.There shall be one research laboratory (50 Sq. Associate Professor/Reader-One rooms (15 Sq. Slide Projector. Two Ante rooms (14 Sq.) fitted with strip chairs.area) provided with continuous working tables. sinks. The laboratory shall have attached instrument rack.area) shall be provided with this laboratory.) with benches fitted with shelves and cupboards.area). not more than two copies of anyone book shall be counted towards computation of the total number of books. 5. area) (3) DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY (A) (B) Lecture theatre . balance and distillation apparatus shall also be provided Departmental Library . Every seat shall be provided preferably with stainless steel wash basin. Research . However.8 m. Departmental LibraryThere shall be a Departmental library-cum-seminar room (30 Sq.m.area) Department office cum Clerical room .m. Professor/Lecturers (one)-One room (15 Sq.area) for research purposes. Video and other audiovisual aids. stores.area). However.m.There shall be a Departmental library-cum-seminar room (30Sq. electric and gas connections so as to accommodate 40 students.m.m. a) Haematology Lab. 2.m.m.m.5 Demonstration Room-There shall be one demonstration room (30 sq.area). Every working table shall have one drawer and one cupboard. 6.m. (100 Sq. Professor & Head of the Department. Television. 4.one room (12 Sq.1. Accommodation shall be provided for the staff as under:Professor & Head of the Department. Human Laboratories: (D) (E) (F) 1.m. One preparation room (14 Sq.m. and Working accommodation for non-teaching staff (12sq.m. area) each for technicians.m.area).(18 Sq.area) for research purposes.There shall be one research laboratory (50 Sq.m. area) shall be provided with the amphibian laboratory. Mammalian laboratory (one)-(40 Sq. (C) (D) (E) (F) . an electric point and with fire/steam proof top including provisions of light sources on each table.m.area) with at least 80100 books. not more than two copies of anyone book shall be counted towards computation of the total number of books.area ).m.m.area) shall be provided with two tables (2mx0. One preparation room (14 Sq.m. b) There shall be a Clinical Physiology Laboratory (40 Sq. area) shall be provided with the Mammalian laboratory.area) provided with 6 tables (height 0. water taps.) with stainless steel top and operating light. On preparation room (14 sq. Research . Asstt.6m.(ii) (iii) electric point and with fire and steam proof top. 3. Accommodation shall be provided for the staff as under.mt.area) with at least 80-100 books. preparation room.) with mattresses and adjustable head-end. namely:1.As per item A.

Tutor/Demonstrators-One room (15 Sq.mt. not more than two copies of anyone books shall be counted towards computation of the total number of books. Associate Professor/Reader-One room (15 Sq. 400 sq. fitted with shelves cupboards.) for histopatholgy. (C) (D) (E) Museum-There shall be a museum (60 Sq. There shall be Practical Laboratories for Morbid Anatomy and Histopathology/Cytopathology (100 Sq. Television Video and other audiovisual aids. All the specimens shall be labelled and at least 5 copies of catalogues for student use be provided. washing facilities. mt.mt.area) with preparation room (14 sq.). Autopsy Block. Accommodation shall be provided for the staff as under: 1. store room (14 sq. There shall be a separate service laboratory each (25 Sq.As per item A.2. and Working accommodation for non-teaching staff (12 sq.) and special room for high speed centrifuge (14 sq.area). However.1. waiting hall and office. 2. Slide projector.) fitted with Over Head Projector. with an accommodation capacity of 10-15 students. mt. area) (4) DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY (A) (B) Lecture theatre .m.area) Department office cum Clerical room .) for specimens.m. Asstt. ante-rooms. Professor & Head of the Department.m.) with continuous water supply. Research-There shall be one research laboratory (50 Sq. to accommodate at least 25-30 students. charts.mt. 6. there shall be an ante room. In addition there shall be a balance room (14 Sq. Professor/Lecturers (Two)-One room (12 Sq.mt.mt. Associate Professor/Reader-One rooms (15 Sq. 3. area) with facilities for cold storage.area each). cytopathology.5 Demonstration room-There shall be one demonstration room (25 Sq.) and a wash room (14 sq. (F) (G) (H) (I) Departmental libraryThere shall be a Departmental library-cum-seminar room (30 sq. 5.(18 Sq. . water taps. area) for research purposes.mt.m.m.area).m.m. In addition.mt. area) with at least 80100 books.area ). sinks.area) with benches.area).m. light for microscopy and burners for 40 students to carry out exercises.area) and for clinical pathology/Haematology (100 sq. Haematology and other specialised work in the hospital suitably equipped.There shall be an Autopsy room (approx.mt. models with a sitting capacity of atleast 15 students. The location of mortuary and autopsy block should be either in the hospital or adjacent to the hospital in a separate structure and may be shared with the department of Forensic Medicine.mt. 4. for cadavers.m.one room (12 Sq.

There shall a practical laboratory (100 sq. and (g) Store and Records room. (6) Tuberculosis. m. Area) and shall include(a) Registration and Medical Examination Room and selection of donors room with suitable furniture and facilities. charts.m. 1945 amended from time to time.5. All the specimens shall be labelled and atleast 5 copies of catalogue for students use be provided . and Working accommodation for non-teaching staff (12 sq.area) There shall be a separate service laboratory each for (1) Bacteriology including Anaerobic. Demonstration room-There shall be one demonstration room (30 Sq.area) (2) Auto Claving (12 Sq. water taps. sinks.one room (12 Sq.m. 6.m. area) with laboratory benches. (f) Refreshment room. mt. area) (3) Washing & drying room with regular and continuous water supply (12 sq. (4) Parasitology. (d) Room for Laboratory for Transmissible diseases like hepatitis. (2) Serology. mt. Television Video and other audiovisual aids.area).m. models. (c) Room for Laboratory for Blood Group serology. (5) DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY (A) (B) Lecture Theatre-as per item A. water and electric points.m. Malaria. gas.3.m. The equipment and accessories etc. 4. Area for each service laboratory shall be 25 Sq.) for specimens. cupboards. Professor/Lecturers -One room (14 Sq. HIV antibodies etc. (e) Sterilisation and washing room. to accommodate at least 25-30 students. mt.There shall be a museum (40 Sq. (5) Mycology. light for microscopy and burners for 40 students (100 sq.m.area ).area) Department office cum Clerical room . Over Head Projector. shall be provided as prescribed in Part XII-B in Schedule F to the Drugs and Cosmetics Rules. Practical laboratory .1. (J) Asstt. area) BLOOD BANK There shall be an airconditioned Blood Bank (100 Sq. 5.m. mt. test tubes and glassware shall be provided. (E) Museum. C. Area) with benches fitted with shelves. Slide projector. microscopes and light with a preparation room (14 sq. and (7) immunology.) fitted with strip chairs. with a seating capacity of at least 15 students. Tutor/Demonstrators-One room (15 Sq. D.m. (3) Virology. syphillis.area) for contaminated culture plates. Separate accommodation for (1) Media preparation and storage (20 Sq. (b) Blood collection room.

m. (G) Accommodation shall be provided for the staff as under:1. Television Video and other audiovisual aids. (H) Accommodation shall be provided for the staff as under: 1.m. All the specimens shall be labeled and at least 5 copies of catalogues for student use be provided. However. ii) Clinical pharmacology and pharmacy (100 Sq.m. Tutors/ Demonstrators.5 B) Demonstration room-There shall be one demonstration room (30 sq.m.area).m. 5. 3.area) Department office cum Clerical room . models. area). 5. 3.area).area ). and Working accommodation for non-teaching staff (12 sq.m. Department office cum Clerical room one (12 Sq.m. with a seating capacity of at least 15 students. Professor and Head of the Department. Professor & Head of the Department. not more than two copies of anyone books shall be counted towards computation of the total number of books.m. Asstt.One room (12 Sq.There shall be a Departmental library-cum-seminar room (30Sq.There shall be one research laboratory (50 Sq. C) Practical laboratories – There shall be a practical laboratory with accommodation for 25-30 students for the following.(18 Sq.mt.m.m.There shall be a museum (75 sq. 4.area) for research purposes.m. area) 6. area for smoking and varnishing of kymograph papers. area) with one ante-room (14 Sq. Professor/Lecturer .(18 Sq. area).area) for research purposes.one room (12 Sq.1. 2. (E) Department LibraryThere shall be a Departmental library-cum-seminar room (30sq. Associate Prof. namely: i) Experimental Pharmacology (100 Sq. area) for technicians.m. and 6.m. area) with ante-room (14 Sq.m. charts.area) fitted with strip chairs. Associate Professor/Reader-One room (15 Sq.area).(F) Departmental Library.One room (15 Sq. Tutor/Demonstrators-One room (15 Sq. to accommodate at least 25-30 students. with a separate section depicting “ History of Medicine”. Working accommodation for non-teaching staff (12 Sq.m. area .m. Asst.One room (12 sq.m. 6. (F) Research. However.area).As per item A.area) with at least 80-100 books./Reader-One room (15Sq. area) 4.area) with at least 80100 books. 2. DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY A) Lecture theatre .mt.) for specimens.m. not more than two copies of anyone book shall be counted towards computation of the total number of books. storage of equipment and appliances and preparation room (D) Museum. m. Over Head Projector. Professor/Lecturers.m. area). Slide projector. (G) Research: There shall be one research laboratory (50 Sq.

Sociology. waiting hall. with seating arrangements for 15-20 students.m. Biostatics. mt. Slide projector.area).m.) fitted with strip chairs.m. poisons. There shall be a museum (100 Sq. prototype fire arms. Family Welfare planning.m. National Health Programmes.m. However. Over Head Projector. The location of mortuary/autopsy block should be either in the hospital or adjacent to the hospital in a separate structure and may be shared with the department of Pathology.(7) DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE INCLUDING TOXICOLOGY (A) (B) Lecture theatre. charts. 4.There shall be an autopsy room (approx. 3. There shall be a laboratory (100 Sq.As per item A. tests and Forensic histopathology. to accommodate at least 25-30 students. for cadavers.one room (12 Sq.mt. namely:1. Museum-There shall be a museum (75 Sq. anthropology and toxicology. Video and other audiovisual aids. Research-There shall be one research laboratory (50 Sq. 2. Professor & Head of the Department. Community Health. 400 Sq. specimens and other material concerning communicable diseases.area) with facilities for cold storage.1. slides.m. Asstt.area) for research purposes.(18 Sq. Over Head Projector.m.5 Demonstration room-There shall be one demonstration room (30 sq.m. washing facilities. photographs etc.) fitted with strip chairs. 5. slide projector.mt. Television.As per item A.m. area) (8) DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE (A) (B) Lecture theatre .m. 6.area) for examination of specimens.1. Environmental Sanitation etc.area) with at least 80100 books. Autopsy Block .area). Demonstration room . office etc.area ). All the specimens shall be labelled and at least 5 copies of catalogues for student use be provided. (C) (D) (E) (F) (G) (H) (C) (D) . with an accommodation capacity of 15-20 students.area).m. Tutor/Demonstrators-One room (15 Sq.There shall be one demonstration room (30 sq. Serology. to accommodate at least 25-30 students. models. not more than two copies of anyone book shall be counted towards computation of the total number of books. Television Video and other audio-visual aids. There shall be a laboratory (100 Sq. area) to display medico-legal specimens charts. ante-rooms. Associate Professor/Reader-One Room (15 Sq. Accommodation shall be provided for the staff as under.area) with facilities for purposes of demonstration of various laboratory practicals. and Working accommodation for non-teaching staff (12 sq.area) Department office cum Clerical room . Departmental LibraryThere shall be a Departmental library-cum-seminar room (30 Sq.m. wax models. Professor/Lecturers-One room (12 Sq.5.area) for the display of models.

Separate residential arrangements for boys and girls.area).There shall be one research laboratory (50 Sq. Statistician cum Lecturer-One room (12 Sq. 2. Adequate transport shall be provided for commuting the staff and students. 6.area) with at least 80100 books. 8. area) Primary Health Centre/Rural Health Training Centre Every medical college shall have three primary health centres/rural health training centres for training of students in community oriented primary health care and rural based health education for the rural community attached to it. (H) Departmental LibraryThere shall be a Departmental library-cum-seminar room (30 Sq. (c) Store rooms. Research.) and hospital offices for the supportive staff.it shall be under the administrative control of Deptt.m.1 B. Adequate transport shall be provided for carrying out field work.mt. (2) Accommodation shall be provided for Dean (36 Sq.m. Professor/Lecturers-One room (15 Sq.m.) and Medical Superintendent (36 Sq.1.m.one room (12 Sq. 7. 5.m. Accommodation shall be provided for the staff as under. and Working accommodation for non-teaching staff (15 sq.m. of community Medicine. (b) Reception area (300 Sq.(E) (F) (G) 1. not more than two copies of anyone book shall be counted towards computation of the total number of books. TEACHING HOSPITAL GENERAL REMARKS (1) All the teaching hospitals shall be under the academic. Out of these one primary health centre shall be within a distance of 30 km.m.) . waiting space for patients and visitors. interns and undergraduates with mess facilities shall also be provided in at least one of the primary health centres/rural health training centres which shall be under the full administrative jurisdiction of the medical college.area) Department office cum Clerical room .2. 4.mt.(18 Sq. or within one hour of commuting distance from the medical college. administrative and disciplinary control of the Dean/Principal of the medical college.area).m.m.m. (d) Central Medical Record Section (150 Sq. waiting space for visitors. There shall also be accommodation for : (a) Enquiry office. Asstt.area).area) for research purposes. namely:Professor & Head of the Department.mt. drinking water facility with nearby toilet facilities. teaching and training activities by the department of Community Medicine and other departments (both for staff and students). Urban Health Training Centre. However.area) Tutor/Demonstrators-One room (15 Sq. B. (I) B.area ).area) Epidemiologist cum Lecturer-One room (12 Sq. 1 B.1.) including facilities for public telephone. 3. Associate Professor/Reader-One Room (15 Sq. Nursing Suprintendent's room and office.m.

Paediatrics 48/2 3. B. General Medicine 96/3 2. B.) B. . Intensive Coronary Care Unit (I. Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases 16/1 4.5. Dermatology. coordination and patient care. the required beds in these specialities shall have to be provided in the attached teaching hospital itself.4. One Central lecture theatre of gallery type with a seating capacity of 100 persons and audio-visual aids shall be provided in the hospital.3. of beds and units required Beds/units 1.8 Indoor beds occupancy-Average occupancy of indoor beds shall be a minimum of 80% per annum.C. B. Senior Residents. namely: (i) MEDICINE AND ALLIED SPECILITIES:No. Psychiatry 8/1 176 Note: (1) There shall be well equipped and updated intensive Care Unit (I. However. They may be distributed for the purposes of clinical teaching as under.7 There shall be a minimum OPD attendance of 8 patients per day (old and new) per student intake. B.U.C. the facilities available in larger tuberculosis and chest diseases hospitals. Venerealogy and Leprosy 8/1 5.). infectious diseases hospitals and mental hospitals may be utilised for training in these specialties.) Intensive Care Paediatric beds and preferably Intensive care in Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease. hospitals and college shall be provided for better service.1. Central Registration and statistics department with computer facilities shall be provided. Residents. Intercom network alongwith paging and bleep system between various sections. Jr.9.mt. Registrars etc. Clinical Departments in the Hospital.1. Requirement of Beds and units: The number of beds required for 50 admissions annually is 400.1.(e) Linen Rooms. (f) Hospital and Staff Committee room (50 Sq.6 Residential accommodation shall be provided in the hospital campus for interns. B.1.1. if these hospitals are not under the total administrative control of the Medical College. (2) Wherever possible. B.U.1.C.1.

(2) The teaching hospital may provide additional beds in any specialty depending upon their patients load. namely:1.1. . Offices for Head of Departments and Head of Units. 3.2. Ward Pantry. CLINICAL DEPARTMENTS-INDOOR B. Accommodation to be provided for Nurses Duty Room. Gynaecology 14 3. it shall necessitate creation of extra beds alongwith additional staff over and above the minimum requirement stated hereinabove in accordance with the provisions of the Postgraduate Medical Education Regulations. 3.2. (iii) OBSETETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY No. 4. 3. Clinical demonstration rooms (at least one for each department) and Departmental Library-cum-Seminar room (30sq. 2. 4. The following additional accommodation shall be provided for each of the departments. 4. Examination and treatment room. 1971.(ii) SURGERY AND ALLIED SPECIALITIES: No.) with a seating capacity of 50 students. 6. Store room for linen and other equipment. of beds and units required 1. 2.2. The following accommodation shall be available with each ward. Postpartum 4 48/2 GRAND TOTAL 400 (iv) Note: (1) In case a super speciality is developed. 2. of beds and units required 1. Resident Doctors and students Duty Room. Accommodation for the other unit staff. Obstetrics 30 2. Laboratory for routine examinations. 1. 5. 2. General surgery Department of Orthopaedics Department of Ophthalmology Oto-Rhinolaryngology 96/3 48/2 16/1 16/1 176 Note: There shall be well-equipped and updated intensive Care Burn Unit and Surgical post operative critical care Unit. NB:- The size and number of staff rooms shall be as per the guidelines given in the pre and para clinical departments for the prescribed number of staff members in a department. B.mt.

5 CENTRAL STERILISATION SERVICES: There shall be an independent Central Sterilization unit capable of taking the total working load of operation theatres. cleanliness and disinfection. trays. cold sterilize. Laundering of hospital linen shall satisfy two basic considerations. Soiled Linen room. Ethylene oxide sterilize.2. mixers. Students washing up and dressing up room. flat rolling machine. 6. 7. and trays for instruments. instruments. namely:1. Post-operative recovery room (minimum of 4 beds). B. Sterilisation room. freon ethylene instruments and mattress sterilize. namely. B. B. laboratories close to or in the operation theatre block itself. 4. RESEARCH LABORATORIES: There shall be a Research Laboratory commensurate with the specialised work in all fields. and dressing material etc.3. 8. DEPARTMENT OF RADIO-DIAGNOSIS: The room sizes for various Diagnostic Imaging Systems shall be as per the following provision of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board Safety Code. The hospital could be provided with necessary facilities for drying. Store rooms 12. Observation gallery for students. Nurses rooms. 2. one for Ophthalmology and two for Obstetrics and Gynaecology. It shall have adequate equipment like bulk sterilize with separate ends for loading unsettle material.7.2. Preparation room 3. 11. and 13.B. OPERATION THEATRE UNIT : The Operation Theatre Unit shall have the following facilities. Surgeon"s and anaesthetist's room (separate for male and female). 9. Operation theatre. unloading sterile.2. Hydro-Extractor. Washing room for Surgeons and Assistants. one for ENT' one for orthopaedics. In addition. shall be supplied round the clock. This department shall work round the clock and all materials. Waiting room for patients.6 LAUNDRY The Central Mechanical laundry shall be provided with bulk washing machine. namely:- .4. Two such units may be provided for General surgery (including one for septic cases). 10. pressing and storage of soiled and cleaned linens.2.2. B. Assistant's room. sterile racks. 5. one or more extra theatres for other surgical specialities and one theatre for emergency-casualty area shall be provided.

Offices for Heads of Departments and Heads of Units.m. intracavitory treatment room (50 sq.m.m. control room and computer room). (f) Store room for X-Ray films and related material (15sq. endocavitory. Separate rooms should be provided for Teletherapy Unit (100 Sq. I. The space requirement shall be according to the standard specifications.area).) (b) Ultrasound Room (15 sq. mould room (50 sq." Accommodation shall be provided for the following namely:(a) Room for 300mA. wards. Patient waiting areas must be provided outside the X-ray room and a dark room must be provided. treatment wing. 2. B. record room .I.m.m.area). Accommodation for the other unit staff.m.9 DEPARTMENT OF RADIOTHERAPY.) (d) Accommodation for CT Scan System. and 4. Rooms housing fluroscopy equipment must be so designed that adequate darkness can be achieved conveniently when desired. 800mA. rooms for metalling treatment planning equipments. In case of diagnostic X-Ray equipment operating at 125kV or above the control panel must be installed in separate control room located outside but contiguous to the X-Ray room." The room size of the room housing X-ray equipment must not be less than 25 Sq. enquiry office and staff rooms shall be provided as per requirement. Clinical demonstration rooms (at least one for each department). dosimetry/planning equipments.m. (e) There shall be preferably a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) System.area). B 2.m.2. operation theatre and other facilities are located in the same block. for a general purpose X-Ray machine. It is therefore desirable that the outpatient wing. UPS and Servo Stabilizer shall be provided.TV System.m. may be on two floors.) with a seating capacity of 50 students. The total area requirement is 80 sq.).m.m. (h) Waiting room for patient . a services room for Electrical Panels.m.) (c) Room for 60mA Mobile X-Ray System (15 sq. There shall be three equipment rooms. 3.m. In addition.8 DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY Accommodation for the department of Anaesthesia should be provided for staff on duty in operation theaters in that block itself as far as possible in addition to following accommodation.area). surface mould therapy room (50 sq. Departmental Library-cum-Seminar room (30 Sq. The department needs to be planned in such a way that there is a minimum movement of Radioactive sources through the general corridors of the Hospital.area) interstitial. It should be closely connected with the rest of the hospital to facilitate free interaction of the facilities of various disciplines for multidisciplinary management of the patients. Fluroscopy System (36 sq. planning room (50sq. namely:1. OPTIONAL DEPARTMENTS. (examination room.) (g) Museum ( 25 sq.

day care ward for short chemotherapy/radiotherapy procedures etc.area) outpatient waiting room (200 sq. as far as possible. The minimum floor area shall be 1500-2000 sq. separately. 2.(100sq. (g) In Dental Section: Accommodation for Dental Surgery and Prosthetic dentistry.m. (b) In Ophthalmic Section: Refraction rooms. B3 CLINICAL DEPARTMENTS-OUT DOOR B 3. (f) In obstetrics and Gynaecology: Antenatal Clinic. medical physics laboratory (50sq. paramedical personnel and non-medical staff. Speech therapy. Dispensary. indoor beds (at least 20 beds and an isolation ward) (200 sq. The following additional accommodation shall be provided in the departments specified below:(a) In Surgery & its specialities: Dressing room for men and women patients respectively. 4. 5. (c) In orthopaedics Section: Plaster room. Electrotherapy. Prior BARC approval of the radiation therapy rooms/plan alongwith complete layout of the entire department is mandatory.area). There shall be an additional students duty room (separately for males and females) attached to the labour room. Plaster-cutting room.m.m.m. Four examination rooms (cubicles) and case demonstration rooms to be provided for each department in the outdoor in self-contained blocks with their subsections.2.area). Operation theatre for out patient surgery.area). dark rooms. physiotherapy.area).meter) shall be provided for professor and other teaching staff. Enquiry and record room. Each clinical unit in the out-patient department shall be provided with examination cubicles. Hydrotherapy. .m. Occupational Therapy. ENG laboratory and speech therapy facilities. (e) In Paediatrics: Child Welfare including Immunization Clinic Child Guidance Clinic Child Rehabilitation Clinic including facilities for speech therapy and occupational therapy. evaluation room. Family Welfare Clinic Sterility Clinic Cancer Detection Clinic.m.1 Accommodation shall be provided for:1. Waiting/reception space rooms for patients and attendants. (70 sq. 3.10 DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION: Accommodation (1500 sq. dressing rooms etc. out patient x-ray plant desirable (d) In ENT Section: Sound proof audiometry Room. B.

A separate store area with proper storage facilities should also be provided. B6 CENTRAL HOSPITAL PHARMACY It shall have qualified pharmacist incharge and other staff certified by statutory authorities to dispense the drugs. Nurses. B10 STAFF QUARTERS . The services trolleys for food should be hot and closed stainless steel ones. Accommodation for staff on duty (Doctors. It should be provided with proper and clean working platforms. Accommodation for Resuscitation Services including Oxygen supply. sunny.B 3. ventilators. biochemistry and other specialized work if any. B9 CENTRAL DISINFECTION PLANT There shall be Central disinfection plant. B4 CENTRAL LABORATORIES: There shall be well-equipped and updated central laboratories preferably alongwith common collection centre for all investigations in histopathology. The cooking should be done either by electricity or by gas. their attendants and the staff of the department shall be provided in the respective blocks. Students and others) shall be provided.3. defibrillator and two fully equipped disaster trolleys (emergency trolleys). A casualty ward with at least fifteen beds is also necessary.. Emergency Xray. airy. investigative facilities. shall be provided. Adequate sanitary arrangements (toilet and bathrooms) & drinking water facilities for patients. B. A seminar room for students. These shall all be fully equipped.2 Reception and Waiting Hall for Patients. B7 CENTRAL KITCHEN The Central Kitchen shall be commodious. cytopathology. haematology. B5 CENTRAL CASUALTY DEPARTMENT There shall be a Central Casualty department wherein consultancy services shall be provided by the teachers of relevant Departments. B8 INCINERATING PLANT A modern incinerating plant capable of taking hospital waste shall be provided. clean with proper flooring with exhaust system. 3. immunopathology. microbiology. Operation theatre etc.

B 11 CENTRAL HOSPITAL STORES There shall be a central hospital stores for stocking & supply of drugs.1 There shall be sufficient number of quarters for covering 100 per cent of the total nursing staff and resident doctors staff strength. B12 .2 There shall be sufficient number of quarters for covering at least 50% of the teaching staff and class IV strength. B10. Each hostel room shall not have more than three occupants. HOSTELS FOR STUDENTS It is desirable that medical college should be a residential unitary complex. equipments etc.B10.

6. all such appointments will be made only with the prior approval of the Medical Council of India. 5. Neuro-Surgery shall not be counted against the complement of teachers required for under graduate medical education.II STAFF REQUIREMENTS A. In the department of Community medicine. . Teacher in higher specialities like Cardiology. patient care. Biochemistry./M. These regulations cover the minimum requirements of under graduate medical education. clinical laboratory work/field work is heavy or of a specialized nature.Sc. in the department of Biochemistry. Physiology. degree qualification or equivalent qualification. The teaching staff of all departments of medical college. neurology. a non-medical person cannot be appointed as Director/Principal/Dean/Medical Superintendent or equivalent of an institution in any case. Additional teaching staff will be required in institutions where postgraduate education is also imparted. relaxation upto the Head of the department may be given to non-medical persons in case a suitable medical teacher in the particular non-clinical speciality is not available for the said appointment in said department. Pharmacology and Microbiology. 4.D. it is essential to provide adequate number of higher posts (Professors/Readers) in every department of teaching. Additional teaching staff will also be required where the work load involved in emergency care. shall be full-time. qualification in that particular subject from a recognised university. However.SCHEDULE . However. These requirements are as per the Teacher Eligibility Qualification Regulations. non-medical teachers may be appointed to the extent of 30% of the total number of posts in the department. 1. 2. However. In department of anatomy. To ensure the exposure of undergraduate students to experienced teachers. required where the work load involved in emergency care. qualification shall be a sufficient qualification for appointment as lecturer in the subject concerned but for promotion to higher teaching post a candidate must require Ph.A. A non-medical approved medical M.Sc. 3. The number of teachers must be as per provisions of this Schedule adequate to enable such instruction to be imparted effectively. In view of the paucity of teachers in non-clinical departments. GENERAL REMARKS: Emphasis in medical education being on practical instruction and demonstration in small groups. Statistician cum Lecturer in Statistics should possess M. non-medical teachers may be appointed to the extent of 50% of the total number of posts in the department.

DEPARTMENTWISE STAFF REQUIREMENTS-NON-CLINICAL (1) DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY Staff Strength Required Professor Reader Lecturer Tutors/Demonstrators Technical Asstt./Technician Modeller Dissection Hall Attendants Steno typist Store Keeper cum clerk Sweepers 1 1 2 2 4 1 6 1 1 6 (2) DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY Staff Strength Required Professor 1 Reader 1 Lecturer 1 Lecturer in Biophysics 1 Tutors/Demonstrators 2 Technical Asstt./Technician 4 Store Keeper cum clerk 1 Laboratory Attendants 3 Steno typist 1 Sweepers 2 (3) DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHMISTRY Staff Strength Required Professor Reader Lecturer Tutors/Demonstrators Technical Assistant/Technician Store Keeper cum clerk Laboratory Attendants Sweepers 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 2 .

/Technician 4 Lab./Technician 3 Store Keeper cum clerk 1 Steno Typist 1 Laboratory Attendants 3 Sweepers 2 ./Technician Lab. Attendants Steno typist Clerks Store Keeper Record clerk Sweepers 1 1 1 3 1 8 5 1 2 1 2 4 (5) DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY Staff Strength Required Professor 1 Reader 1 Lecturer 1 Tutors/Demonstrators 1 Technical Asstt. Chemist 1 Technical Asstt.(4) DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY Staff Strength Required Professor Reader Lecturer Tutors/Demonstrators Artist Technical Asstt. Attendants 3 Steno typist 1 Store Keeper 1 Record clerk 1 Sweepers 3 (6) DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY Staff Strength Required Professor 1 Assistant Professor 1 Reader 1 Lecturer 1 Tutors/Demonstrators 2 Pharm.

(7) DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE Staff Strength Required Professor 1 Associate Professor 1 Assistant Professor 1 Reader 1 Lecturer 1 Tutors/Demonstrators 1 Technical Asstt. (8) DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE Staff Strength Required Professor Assistant Professor Reader Lecturer Epidemiologist cum Lecturer Statistician cum Lecturer Tutors/Demonstrators Medical Social Worker Technical asstt. Lady Medical Officer Medical Social Workers Public Health Nurse Health Inspectors Health Educator Technical Asstt./Technician 2 Laboratory Attendants 2 Steno Typist 1 Store Keeper cum clerk 1 Sweepers 2 Note: For postmortem work and other medico-legal work extra staff shall be provided.) Medical Offficer of Health-cum-lecturer/ Assistant Professor./Technicalns Peons Van Driver Store Keeper 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 ./Technicians Stenographers Record Clerk Store Keeper Sweepers 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 STAFF FOR RURAL TRAINING HEALTH CENTRE (INCLUDING FIELD WORK AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES.

The Staffing pattern of the departments shall be organised on the basis of units./Technicians Store keeper Record clerk Van Driver Peon Sweepers 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 Note: The urban and Rural Training Health Centres should be under the direct administrative control of the Dean/Principal of the college. Psychiatry. namely:(a) Professor/Reader 1 (b) Lecturer. Labour Room and in other critical/intensive care unit/units for providing services round the clock. (2) DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL MEDICINE The Number of units. ICCU.Record Clerk Sweepers 1 2 Urban Training Health Centre Medical Officer of Health-cum-lecturer/ Assistant Professor. 4. Lady Medical Officer Medical Social Worker Public Health Nurse Health Inspector Health Educator Technical Asstt. 1 (c) Senior Resident/Tutor/Registrar 1 (d) Junior Residents 3 to 4 In addition to the above staff. additional Sr. The minimum staff complement of each unit shall consist of the following. A Unit shall have not more than 30 beds in its charge. Ophthalmology & ENT one unit shall be of MCI sanctioned strength for that speciality even if the total number of beds is less than 30. 3. DEPARTMENT WISE STAFF REQUIREMENTS-CLINICAL DEPARTMENTS (1) GENERAL 1. C. Veneralogy & Leprosy. 2. beds and staff for each department shall be as follows. However. emergency. Dermatology. Nursery. (a) GENERAL MEDICINE . Residents and Junior Residents shall be provided according to the load in Burn Ward ICU. in departments of Tuberculosis & respiratory diseases. Each department shall have a Head of the Department of the rank of full time Professor who shall have overall control of the Department.

Professor/ Reader Lecturer Tutor / Registar/Sr. 2. of units/beds: 1. Resident* Junior Residents * With three years Resident experience. Resident* Junior Residents 3/90 Staff strength required 1 2 3 3 9 With three years Resident experience. of units/beds: 1. (c) DERMATOLOGY VENEREOLOGY & LEPROSY 1/7 Staff strength required 1 1 1 3 No. 4. (b) TUBERCULOSIS & RESPIRATORY DISEASES 1/15 Staff strength required 1 1 1 3 No. 2. Resident* Junior Residents * With three years Resident experience. Professor/ Reader Lecturer Tutor/Registrar/Sr. 3. Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Sr. . 4. 2. Resident* Junior Residents * With three years Resident experience. 2. of units/beds: 1. 5.No. 3. 4. 4. (d) PSYCHIATRY 1/8 Staff strength required 1 1 1 3 No. 3. 5. Professor Assistant Professor Sr. 5. 5. of units/beds: 1.

Professor/ Reader Lecturer Tutor / Registrar/Sr. Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Sr.B. Store Keeper 5. Lab. Resident* Junior Residents 2/60 Staff strength required 1 1 2 2 6 The following ancillary staff shall be provided. Technician 2. 2./Technician Lab attendant Store Keeper Record clerks Social worker (4) No. 5. Record clerks 7. 2. 1. 5. 3. 3./Technician 3. 4. 4. The following ancillary staff shall be provided. 4.G. Steno Typist 6. Technical Asstt. Staff Strength required 1. 6. 2. 5.The following ancillary staff shall be provided. 1.C. Psychiatric Social Workers 1 3 4 1 1 2 2 2 (3) DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICS No. T. 3. Child Psychologist Health Educator Technical Asstt. of units/beds: 1. 2. Technical Assistant/Technicians Laboratory Attendants 3 4 . 7. Attendants 4. of units/beds: 1. E. Resident* Junior Residents 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SURGERY 3/90 Staff strength required 1 2 3 3 9 * With three years Resident experience. and Chest Diseases Health Visitors 8.

3. of units/beds: 1. Professor/ Reader Lecturer Tutor / Registrar/Sr. The following ancillary staff shall be provided. 2. 2. 1. Store keeper Steno-Typist Record Clerks (5) 1 1 2 DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPAEDICS 2/60 Staff strength required 1 1 2 2 6 No. 4. 3. 5. 1. 4. 5. 2. 6. 7. Professor Reader Lecturer Tutor / Registrar/Sr. 4. 5. 2. Resident* Junior Residents * with three years resident experience. Technical Assistant/Technicians Laboratory Attendants Store keeper Steno-Typist Record Clerks Audiometry Technician Speech Therapist 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 5. The following ancillary staff shall be provided. Technical Assistant/Technicians Laboratory Attendants Store keeper Steno-Typist Record Clerks (6) No. of units/beds: 1.3. Resident* Junior Residents 1 1 1 1 1 DEPARTMENT OF OTO-RHINO-LARYGOLOGY 1/10 Staff strength required 1 1 1 3 * with three years resident experience. 5. 4. 3. 4. 3.

3. 6. 2. 5. Professor/ Reader Lecturer Tutor / Registar/Sr. 1. 6. The following ancillary staff shall be provided. 4. 4. 4. 4. Resident* Junior Residents 1/10 Staff strength required 1 1 1 3 * with three years resident experience. Antenatal Medical officer-cum-lecturer/ Assistant Professor Maternity and Child Welfare Officer-cum-lecturer/ Assistant Professor Social Worker Technical Asstt. 2. 3. 2. of units/beds: 1. Resident* Junior Residents 2/50 Staff strength required 1 1 2 2 6 The following ancillary staff shall be provided. Technical Assistant/Technician Lab Attendant Steno typist Store keeper Record Clerk Refractionist 1 1 1 1 1 1 (8) DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY No. 3.(7) DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY No. 3./Technicians Lab Attendants Stenographer Record Clerk Store Keeper 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 . 7. 2. 8. 5. Professor Reader Lecturer Tutor / Registrar/Sr. of units/beds: 1. 1. 5. 5.

3. 5. 8. 9. 3. 9. 5. Technicians Stenotypist Record clerk Store keeper 8 1 1 1 (12) DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION (OPTIONAL) . Resident* Junior Residents Radiographic technicians Dark room assistant Stenographers Storekeeper Record clerk (10) 1 1 1 1 1 8 4 1 1 1 1. Technical Asstt. Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Sr. 2. DEPARTMENT OF RADIO-THERAPY (OPTIONAL) Staff Strength Required Professor 1 Reader 1 Lecturer 2 Tutors/Registrars 3 Physicist 1 Radiotherapy technicians (for every treatment unit) 2 Dark room assistant 1 Stenographer 1 Storekeeper 1 Record clerk 2 (11) DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY Staff strength required 1 1 2 1 2 1. 2. 3. 6.(9) DEPARTMENT OF RADIO-DIAGNOSIS Staff Strength Required 1. 5. 2. 4. 8. 2. 7. 3. 10. 5. 4. 4. 4. Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Sr. 7. Resident* Junior Residents The staff in the department shall consist of : 1. 6.

Staff Strength required 1. STAFF REQUIREMENT FOR-ANCILLARY SERVICES . 3. 4. Physiotherapists 2. Class IV workers 2 2 1 2 6 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 4 (13) DEPARTMENT OF DENTISTRY Staff Strength required 1 1 1 4 1 1. 5. Speech Therapists 4. Professor/ Reader Lecturer Tutor/Registrar Dental Technicians Store Keeper cum clerk Note: Where Dental College or Dental wings of medical Colleges exist. Workshop Workers 6. Occupational Therapists 3. 6. 3. 2. 4. 2. Store keeper 14. Prosthetic and Orthotic Technicians 5. D. Multi-rehabilitation Workers/(MRW)/ Technician/Therapist 11. Public Health Nurse/Rehabilitation Nurse 9. Medico-social Worker 8. Vocational Counsellor 10. Record Clerk 13. Stenographer 12. Professor/ Reader Lecturer Senior Residents House Surgeon/Junior Resident 1 1 2 1 The staff in the department shall consists of : 1. the services of techers of these may be utilized in the instruction of medical students in Dentistry and no separate staff in the Medical College shall be necessary. Clinical Psychologist 7. 5.

6. 6. 6. Veterinary Officer 2. 4. 3. nominated by Principal/Dean. 7.I. 2. CENTRAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CUM AUDIOVISUAL UNIT 1. 4. 5. Sweepers 1 2 1 2 III CENTRAL LIBRARY The staff in library shall consist of: 1.) . 3. Animal Attendants 3. 2. Photographers Artist Modellers Dark Room Assistant Audiovisual Technician Store Keeper cum Clerk Attendant 1 1 each 1 1 1 1 V. MEDICAL EDUCATION UNIT 1. 7. 4. Medical Record Officer Statistician Coding Clerks Record Clerks Daftaries Peons Stenotypist 1 1 4 6 2 2 1 II. Librarian with a degree in Library Science Deputy Librarian Documentalist Cataloguer Library Assistants Daftaries Peons 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 IV. 3. Technicians for animal operation room 4. 5. 2. 2. Officer In-charge (Principal/Dean) Coordinator 1 1(Head of a deptt. 5. CENTRAL ANIMAL HOUSE The staff shall consist of : 1. CENTRAL RECORD SECTION The staff of the section shall consist of 1.

3. 5. Matron Staff Nurse Technical Assistant Technician Ward Boys Sweeper VII. BLOOD BANK 1. CENTRAL STERLIZATION SERVICES DEPARTMENT 1. 4. 2. 3. . Supervisor Dhobi/Washerman/Women Packer 2 12 12 VIII. 2. 4. 3. Casualty Medical Officer Operation Theatre staff to function on 24 Hours round the clock basis. 7.3. 3. 6. 2. 6. 2. 2. Photography and Artist 1 1 2 VI. LAUNDRY 1. 3. 4. Faculty 5-6 motivated teachers from the college faculty on part time basis.. Professor /Reader Lecturer Technicians Laboratory Attendants Store Keepers Record Clerks 1 1 6 6 6 2 1. CENTRAL CASUALTY SERVICES The staff in the department shall consist of : 1. 4. Supportive Staff: Stenographer Computer Operator Technicians in Audio-visual aids. 8 8 8 4 IX. 5. 5. 6. Stretcher bearers Receptionist-cum-clerks Ward boys Nursing and Para-medical staff Clinical staff for casualty Beds. 1. 4 As required 6 2 6 6 As required.

. -do-do-do-do-do- 1 each shift 1 Departmental Sister/ANS for 3. Electronic. namely: RECOMMENDED NORMS FOR HOSPITAL NURSING SERVICE (STAFF) Staffing: (TEACHING HOSPITAL) 1. OTHER HOSPITAL STAFF 1. Superintendent – who shall be a qualified engineer Senior Technicians Junior Technicians Carpenter Blacksmith Attendants 1 4 (Mechanical. . Nursing Superintendent (ANS) 1 (for every additional 50 beds one more Assistant Nursing Superintendent) Staff Nurse Medical Ward. Deputy Nursing Superintendent 1 3. Nursing Superintendent 1 (for minimum of 150 beds) 2.4 units. 4. Electrical. 5.. NURSING STAFF: The nursing staff shall be provided as per the following recommendations of the Nursing Council. Coronary Care Unit 1:1 1 each shift Special wards Eye.) 1:3 1:3 1:3 1:3 1:3 1:3 Sister 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:25 1:25 Department Sister/Assistant Nursing Superintendent Each Shift 1 For 3-4 wards . 1 each shift 1 Departmental Sister / Assistant Nursing Superintendent for 4 – 5 Operation Theatres Operation Theatre 3 for 24 hrs... .X. 1:1 (24 hrs.) ENT etc. Asstt. 2. Refrigeration) 2 1 1 4 XI. CENTRAL WORKSHOP 1. per table 1 each shift . . Surgical Ward Orthopaedic ward Paediatric ward Gynaecology ward Maternity ward (Including new borns) Intensive Care Unit 1:1 (24 Hrs. .. 3. 6.

30% leave reserve is suggested because nurses get 2 off.Casualty & Emergency Unit 2 – 3 S. Special attention is needed for supervision of patient care on the evening and night shift.N. A nurse works for 240 days in a year whereas hospital require nursing services for 365 days. casualty etc. JUSTIFICATIONS: 1. for 24 hours. which means to depth work for 1/3 nurse is required that is why 30% leave reserve is needed. 2. . Needs may vary from hospital to hospital depending on the size of hospital and service rendered more staff than anticipated will be required. 3. of beds 1 each shift 1 Departmental – Sister/ ANS for emergency. depending on The no. 30 Earned Leave and 12Casual leave/24 days off in a year. Children (Paediatric) Orthopaedic Dental ENT Eye Skin 1 Staff Nurse for every 13 Patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 86 patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 120 patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 140 patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 35 patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 85 patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 120 patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 120 patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 120 patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 86 patients 1 Staff Nurse for every 100 patients Similarly other out patient Department need to be staffed based on actual observation. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) Minor Operation Theatre Injection Room Surgical Medical Gynae. Out patient Department-base on Actual observation. Also it has been observed that on any working day 25% of the staff on casual leave etc.

1/2 Storage tank to hold 10 cadavers. Pharmacists: As required for Hospital. Models. Slides etc. 1 Plastic tanks for storing soft and dissected parts. Laboratory benches with cup-boards and rack for reagent bottles and laboratory glasswares as required.2. NAME OF THE ARTICLE QUANTITY REQUIRED FOR 50 (admissions) Table with marble tops or stainless steel tops 6’1” x 2’ x3’ Tables with marble tops or stainless steel. museum almirahs. 2 Charts. office chairs. SCHEDULE III EQUIPMENT (for various departments in the College and Hospitals). staff room and library almirah. 3 Projectors including overhead projectors 2+2 X-ray Viewing lobby. 3. 5 Trolly Table (Steel. preferably metal Brain knife 10 2 2 2 1 30 3 Mortuary cooler with arrangement to keep at least 8 bodies or suitable alternative arrangement. Light).. lockers with coat hangers and drawers as required. Drill machine Hand saw Band saw for sectioning body and limbs Stools. Class III and IV personnel-as required for hospital. water and gas and electric points operation tables etc. store almirahs. Diagrams. study tables. Note: These recommendations are minimum requirements and will serve as a guide to the institutions with regard to the equipment required. As required . store racks. as necessary. Dieticians: In order to prescribe diet on the scientific lines for different types of patients the services of qualified dietician are essential in all the teaching hospital. NON CLINICAL DEPARTMENTS (1) DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY (a) Furniture and Fixtures: Office tables small and big. They are not meant to be an exhaustive list and the staff of the various departments will use their initiative and experience for equipping the departments. A. Half standard size. 4. made of concrete with copper lid.

staff room and library almirahs. Muscle grip of femur clamp. stores etc. 1/5 gram 2 Refrigerators 2 Distilled water still menesty type capacity gallon per hour 2 Diamond pencils 4 7 colours marking pencils 2 Anatomy Museum Skeletons articulated Bones (Dis-articulated) sets Specimen jars Racks steel Embalming machines for cadavers 5 10 As required As required 2 Computer for keeping student records. Monocular 30 Dissection microscope 5 Microtomes. stock almirahs. enamel tray for above. . large cutting 1 Cabinet for slides (1000) 6 Incubators 1 Paraffin embedding bath 1 Hot plates for flattening sections 2 Hot air cover fro drying slides (450C) 1 Balance Analytical capacity 200 grms. Muscle through. marks. Muscle liver. for tapping 2 and 4 volts for stimulation. Sledge. museum almirahs. frog board for dissection. office chairs. and Sensitivity 1/10 mg. inductorium. laboratory benches with cupboards and racks for reagent set up for experimental physiology including Sherrington Starling Kymograph (Presferably electrically driven) Myograph stand. 1 Balance Earanger capacity 6 kilos Sensitivity. rotary 2 Microtomes. store room racks. small and big. pohl’s commutator. simple key short circulating key. (2) PHYSIOLOGY DEPARTMENT (a) Office table. at each seat-as required. Low voltage units. vibrating interrupter. heart liver. frog board cork-lined with boss-head-36 sets + 6 spares. Hook and weight set.Dissecting instruments As required Meat cutting machine for thin body sections (trans and vertical) for gross anatomy sectional study 1 (b) APPARATUS AND INSTRUMENTS FOR HISTOLOGY Microscopes. study table.

enamel bowls brass uprights. (b) MAMMALIAN EXPERIMENTS Large extension kymographs-BrodieStarling complete with respiration pump. Electronic stimulators. NAME OF THE ARTICLE QUANTITY REQUIRED FOR 50 (admissions) Electric time makers. students type can be used instead of low voltage units Nife cells. 100/sec. burrette clamps. X-blocks. 2. for long and short papers Anaesthesia boxes. 4 4 As required As required 1 3 6 6 1 10 10 1 1 1 As required . with fume cupboard Varnishing outfit. Time makers can also be made available at each seat alongwith the low voltage unit. etc. spirit lamps. Animal Weighing Machine. for small and big animals (for each) Mary’s Tambour Venus and arterial canula (different sizes) (each) Smoking outfit. Tuning fork.Note: 1. pulleys. cooper wire (double cotton covered) Kymograph paper etc. syringes. Transistor ones are preferred. This will also dispense with the need for induction coil interrupter. Surgical instruments for operative procedures. Electrodes. time marker. 100/sec. Bath for students complete with liver etc. motor time marker manometer etc. Operation table Volume recorders Dale’s bath for internal organ Isolated Organs. with coarse and fine adjustments basin.

Ordinary Gas analysis apparatus. with charts Colour percetion lantern Edridge Green 1 4 10 10 1 1 1 5 5 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 . Sahil or hellige ( with spaces) Haemocytometers Sphygmomanometer Stethoscopes Stethoscopes. O2. Oil immersion Demonstrations eye piece Double Demonstration eye piece Stage incubator Wastergen’s Pipettes for E. complete 20+4 2 2 1 10 4 20 20 6 6 2 1 1 4 1 1 1 4 Basal metabolism apparatusa Erogograph Mosse’s Clinical thermometer Compas Thermanaesthesiometer Algometer Apparatus for passive movement Knee hammer Stethograph Bicycle ergometer Olfactometer Opthalmoscope Schematic eye Phakoscope Perimeters.S. N2 Douglas bag. Haldane’s students type Van Slyko’s apparatus manometric Gas analyzer – automatic for CO2.984 B & T Haemogiobinometer.(c) HUMAN AND OTHER EXPERIMENTS: Microscopes. Demonstration with Multipleear pieces Polygraphs Venus Pressure apparatus Spirometer.R. on Stand (with space pipettes) Perimeter Priestly Smith S/LP.

electric Refrigerator.Maddox rod Newtons colour wheel Tuning forks to test hearing 32-10. high speed with technometer etc. 9-10c ft. 3 channels. with spare heating elements All glass distillation apparatus double stage Voltage stabilizer Stepdown transformers Thermometers. with accessories Centrifuge. with lids having Holes Autoclave electric Balance open pan Balance semi micro Balance micro Votex mixers Urinometers Constant temperature water bath Ryles tube Incubator electric with thermostat Hot air oven Magnetic stirrer Pump vaccum Calorimeters . complete with accessories Physiograph. Calorimeter. photo-electric pH meter. microslides and glassware 1 4 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 2 1 As required (3) DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY 2 8-12 4 2 4 1 1 2 25 2 2 2 2 2 1 3 Fume cupboards Boiling Water baths. balances. single channel. Oxygen Cylinder with trolley Co cylinder with trolley Electronic stimulator Water distillation still.000 cps (sets) Dynamometer Otorhinolaryngoscope Steriliser Electric Instrument trolley Stop watches GENERAL 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 Physiograph.

) lamp Tools for small workshop for glass blowing and mending Bottle dispensers Samplers (autopipettes) different volume range Electrophoresis apparatus with power supply for Paper PAGE AGAROSE Spectrophotometer Binocular research microscopes Glass ware as required by standard lab. Like pipettes.Refrigerators Flame Photometer Thermometers 0-2500C Thermometers 0-110 0C Cork borer set Stop watch Spirit lamp Chromatographic chamber Water distillation plant (metallic) All glass distillation apparatus Desicators large size Desicators small size Centrifuge clinical for 12 tubes PH meters Homogeniser Microscopes Ultra Violet (U. stock almirahs. staff room. store room racks. 2 1 2 2 1 2 25 2 2 2 4 4 4 2 2 4 1 1 set 10 10 4 1 2 As required. lockers with coat hangers and drawers as required. gas and electric points. (b) Morbid Histology and Morbid Anatomy Sections Weighing machine for cadavers Rotary Microtomes Freezing Microtome with a stand for carbondioxide cylinder 1 2 1 .V. museum almirahs. as necessary. (4) DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY (a) General Office table small and big. operation tables etc. and library almirahs. Laboratory benches with cupboards and rack for reagent bottles. water. beakers and conical flasks. office chairs. study table.

complete.Hot plates Hot air (50 degree Celsus) for special staining @ Paraffin embedding bath (Ordinary) @ Electric vacuum embedding baths @ if Histo Kinette is not available. Monocular. mechanical stage and condensor Oil immersion lens for above Polarising attachments for microscopes Micrometers. Cabinet for 1000 slides Band saw Autopsy tables Automatic tissue processor. High power objective 2 eye-pieces. with double nose piece. ocular Demonstration eye pieces Magnifying lens Blood pressure instrument Micrometer stage Hot plat electric Laboratory Counter nine keys clay Adams Laboratory stirrer Automatic timer Balance for weighing organs Saws. Histokinmettee or similar. Staining racks for staining in bulk Troughs for staining in bulk Coplin jars Water bath electric (Tissue Floatation Balance. Chemical with weights Microscopes. Autoclave electric Distilled water still Water bath 57 degree Celsius Rectangular water bath Centrifuge machine electric Rotofix Colorimeter Photoelectric Klett. wire for cutting bones Slide boxes for 100 slides for students Drill for boring glass Blow piece with bellows for bending glass Microphotographic apparatus X-ray viewing box Double Demonstration Eye piece Microprojection apparatus Sternal puncture needle Adulet size Sternal puncture needle child size 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 As required 1 2 1 10 12 24 2 2 30 30 1 1 6 6 2 2 2 4 1 2 1 1 60 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 .

developing troughs Chemicals etc. stains. (C) Clinical Laboratory: 2 2 6 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 As required 1 set 1 set 1 set As required. Binacular. with ultra micro blood PH electrodes and Electrical Contrifuge One higher power contrifuge for serological works. for photo artist Glassware. esbachs & Aufrech’s type Urine Glasset (Conical) 1 30 30 2 sets As required 12 9 1 12 . Paper Electrophoresic apparatus vertical Paper electrophoresis apparatus. Microscope high power with oil immersion lens moveable stage and condensor for the routine microscope work. one for haematological work and one other 15 2 2 3 Incubator Haemacytometers with red and white pipettes Haemoglobinometers. Ultraviolet lamp.Liver Biopsy needle Box weight analytical Stop watch reading at 1/5 second. chemicals reagents for Histological work. Dark room lamp. Microscope. Gravity 25 cc Micro burretes 5 cc PH meter. horizontal Water still electric 2 x 2 slide Projector. pH Meter electric. Overhead projector Museum jars. Sahili’type Sedimentation apparatus-one wester green and one wintrobole Syringes disposable one set from 10 cc to 2cc 30 of each Staining jars for slides. Drawing instruments and colours for photo artist Surgical instruments. Urinometers Albuminometers. research. Bottles Sp.

electrical high power 2 Refrigerated centrifuge 1 Distilled water plant 2 Distilled water plant all glass 1 Oil immersion lens for students microscope. graduated sets Reagent bottles. Centrifuge tubes graduated Crusible with china ltd. electrical (large) 37 degree Celsius Autoclave 2 Hot air sterliser 2 Arnolds sterilizer 1 Serum inspissators 1 Balance. 6 Microscope oil-immersion moveable stage Abbe. Crusible Gooch with adapter Graduated cylinders for various capaciies ranging from 100 cc to 1000 cc.D. 1 Refrigerators 2 Micrometer eye pieces 2 Micrometer stage 2 Centrifuge. Dropping bottles Dropping bottles 4 ounce Reagents Balances-(1) Sensitive balance (2) Chemical balance with weight boxes 1 36 2 2 6 of each. 30 Micropscope. condenser etc.V. As required As required As required As required As required 2 2 (5) DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY 3 Incubators. dark ground work with Arc lamp arrangement etc.O. 30 Dropping bottles for stains (Plastic) 250 Staining troughs 50 Anaerobic apparatus 2 Electrophorosis complete set 1 B.Water baths with lids and holes thereon for holding test tubes etc. Pipettes of various sizes.) Lamps 1 . incubator 1 Laminer flow table 1 Ultra Violet (U. Chemical 1 Lovibond comparators 1 Flasks flat bottom 50 cc.

The ideal Respiration Pump (500 cc. beakers. operation tables. EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY Starling’s long extension kymographs with time markers. water. office chairs. staff room and library almirahs.) -3 -3 . stock almirahs. study tables. store room rack. Office tables small and big. petri dishes of different sizes. conical flasks. CAP. Laboratory benches with cupboards and with racks for reagent bottles.) shaker Computer unit Overhead Projector Water bath (Serological ) 37 degree Celsius Water bath (Serological ) 56 degree Celsius Deep freeze (-20 degree Celsius) Elisa Reader. as necessary. museum almirahs.R.Venereal Diseases Research Laboratory (V.L. dispensor and washer Binocular microscope 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 Culture facilities Thermometers (Assorted) Glassware. such as pipettes burettes. gas and electric points. reagent bottles etc.D. lockers with coat hanger and drawers as required laboratory benches with coat hanger and drawers as required. Material for preparation of media Stains PH Determination apparatus Reagent bottles with stopper 2000 cc 1000 cc 500 cc 250 cc 100 cc 50 cc Test tubers hard glass 150 mm x 18 mm 100 mm x 12 mm 75 mm x 12 mm 10 As required As required As required 1 12 24 24 12 60 60 8 Gross 8 Gross 8 Gross (6) PHARMACOLOGY DEPARTMENT.

X-blocks Hook grip rods Plain stand Apparatus for isolated rabbit intestine etc. 120 Jackson’s Enterograph Hair Aesthesiometer-Palmer W.Inchleys Drop Recorder-Palmer B.67 -1 Analgesiometer -1 Smoking Burners Palmer A-291 and A-265 -1 Tracheal Canula Metal Palmer E.290 3 3 As required 50 2 8 40 30 12 As required As required 50 50 1 50 3 1 .Brodi’s operation tables -3 Incubators -2 Refrigerators –2 Assembly perfusion apparatus for mammalian heart . Jacquets graphic chronometer Frog Boards Palmer c.76 -4 Condons Drop Recorder – Palmer B-75 -1 Prof.4 Standard power tables -3 Assembly for mammalian classes -4 Automatic electric recording drums -4 Mechanical Stromhur -2 Gadum’s out-flow recorder -2 Centrifuge -2 Colorimeters -3 Canulas (different types) . electric Blendsone -1 Varnishing Tray with foot lever -2 Four Unit isolated organ bath palmer F.48 Cautery machine.78 -1 Animal weighing: a) Machine for small animals like rats and gunea pig b) Machine for big animals like dogs Dissection instruments and injection syringes (The experimental physiology laboratory can be used if available for the students) * Kymograph (students) Electric independent unit * Electric Motor ¼ with split pulleys * Shafting steel rod ¾” diameter and 18” long * Standard Shafting and fittings * Pulleys Muffs coupling for joining 2 pieces of the above mentioned shafting steel rods * Not required in case of independent units.

Long Extension for paper palmer A-130 Animal Balance Tripple Beam Manometers mercury Palmer C-200 Metronome Palmer B-5 Oncometer Kidney Oncometer Heart Copper Trays (10”x8”x1”) Thermometer (upto 110 degree Celsius) Distillation apparatus Microscopes ordinary Working tables with racks each table 36’ long Chemical Balance-ordinary Apothecary’s Chemical Balance-Sensitive Dissection instrument Plethysmograph assorted Pneumograph Palmer E Piston Recorder Palmer C.51 Tambours mareys Palmer C.5 & C.11 Tetanus Set Palmer H2O Stop Watches Jacquets Oxygen Cylinders with Trolleys 20 cu.ft Carbon-di-oxide cylinder Operating lamps-Phillips Animal trolley with 12 cages Miscellaneous: Electrodes, Ordinary and non polarisable, insulated wires, time markers, electric signals, Mercury manometer, perfusion apparatus, myograph lever, small pulley’s upright stands and chemicals etc.

2 2 6 2 2 2 50 50 2 2 3 2 2 As required 4 1 1 4 1 12 2 1 2 2

As required

(c)

Pharmacy Laboratory: 20 20 20 5 5 20 20 20 5

Dispensing Balance with metric system weights Pill Tiles Suppository moulds Procelain dishes Crucibles with tongs Pestle and Mortar Iron Spatula Measure glass all sizes Water bath, metal

Miscellaneous: Chemicals, drugs, glass rods, funnels and filter

As required

(d)

SPECIAL CHEMICALS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT

Stimulator Electronic Arthus Thomas Balance Semi micro Analytical Pan Mottler Electrocardiograph Spectophotometer Model Du-Backman (UV Visible range) Skin and Rectal Thermometer Barun Antihistamine Chamber with manometer Flame photometer Stop clock Water bath 4 hole electrically heated Bell jars Assorted Petri dishes assorted Museum drugs specimen jars All glass distillation apparatus cap.2 litres Centrifuge Electric international R.P.M. 3000 Microscope students type with mechanical stage and oil immersion Microscope lamps Magnetic stirrer B.T.L. Autoclave electric Waring Blender M.S.E. Hot air oven size 14”x14”x14” Incubator Electric Size 14”x14”x14” Vacuum & Pressure Pump Cenco Instruments Sterilliser Electric size 12” x 8”x6” B.P. Apparatus Distilled water still Manesty Electrical Cap. 2 gallon per hour Stethescope Multimeter Temperature controlled water bath 37 0 C Razor Hone Electric Hot Plate

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 12 4 36 30 2 2 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 2 4 1 1 2 2

Deionizer-two of capacity 20 litres per hour and 6 litres per hour (mixed bed type) connected in series Physiographs with Transducers and other relevant accessories (may substitute kymographs) 20

Vortex mixer Actophotometer Rotarod Assembly Electro-Convulsiometer Cook’s Pole Climbing Apparatus Metabolic Cagges (Dieuretic Study) Digital pH meter Tablet Disintegration Machine Glass tubing (length of 6 ft.) Glass rods-assorted sizes of 6 ft. Glass mortar & pestles

2 1 1 1 1 3-4 1 1 As required. 50 12 Each 1 set 60 60 As required 30 1 1 set 1

capacity of 500 and 200 cc Cork borer set of 12 Holder for platinum wireloop Lancet spring (disposable) Lamp for microscope Magnifying glass with metal handle Metal mincing machine Postmortem instruments sets complete Suction pumps Filtering apparatus sietz filter and Millipore filter- each Dessicators 2 Vacuum Desicators 1 Apron plastic for postmortem 2 Apron rubber for postmortemt 2 * Lyophilizer 1 *Thermal Cycler 1 *U.V. Transilluminator with photography 1 * Colony counter 1 * Cold room + 4 degree Celsius 1 * BACTEC system 1 * Phase contrast Microscope 1 *Vortex mixer 1 * Electronic Balance 1 * Microfuge 1 * Ultra centrifuge 1 * Flourescent Microscope 1 * Desirable additional equipment in the department of Microbiology. (7) DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE 2 2 1 1

Weighing machine, dial type human Equipment for reporting height Balance chemical Balance, single pair for weighing foetus

knives with spare blades. 1 Steel tape roll 2 Warnier calipers 1 Autopsy table 2 Styker autopsy saw. filing cabinet with folders. right and left 4 Viscerotome with attachment for illumination (Battery operated) 1 SLR camera with accessories 1 Microscope student type 15 Microscope Binocular. Shears.Weighing machine for Weighing dead bodies 1 Weighing machine for organs 2 Folding metal scale to measure upto 7 ft. Apparatus 3 Anthropometric set 1 Automatic tissue processing machine 1 Microtome with knife 1 Hot plates 1 L. probe metal scale graduated in cms. trolly. with accessories 3 Hacksaw 4 Dissection sets. research 2 Stopwatch 2 X’ray view box one in four 3 View Box Two in one 2 B. consisting of cartilage knife bone cutting forceps scissors. Television and Video Cassette Recorder 1 each Instrument Cabinet. instrument. 4 Rib. Etc.Modes 16 Leather Strops 2 Parafin Bath Embedding 1 Slide Warming Table 1 Stone Carbarandon 2 Water bath (Tissue Flowing) 1 Distilation plant 1 Brain knife 8 Black Holder 50 Digital Spectrometer 1 Digital PH meter 1 Electric Auto slide projecter 1 Glass cutting Pencil 1 Hand Set heat Sealer 1 Spectroscope Lens with adjustable slit 2 Refrigerator 1 Cold Storage for keeping dead bodies As required Deep freezer for keeping tissues As required Video Camera.P. straight and curved Enterotome Scaples. filing cabinets .

B. (3) Special therapy such as physical. Balance Analytical 200 gm Balance for weighing food stuff Capacity 2 Kg.C. electric Computer Over Head Projector The Rural and health centers for training of undergraduate students shall be suitably equipped alongwith adequate transport. milk Hydrometers. (8) As required DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 As required As required 2 1 1 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 20 2 1 each 1 1 1 1 1 Comparator. medical and surgical etc. Fotin Extraction Apparatus. Pasteur chamberland.for almirahs etc.R. occupational. berke fed Hydrometres. complete set Filter. X-ray. (2) Routine treatment. CLINICAL DEPARTMENTS The list of equipment for clinical departments both indoor and outdoor. V. Nessler Barometer. fat. Ice Lined Refrigerator (I. who would keep in view the needs for:(1) Special examination with diagnostic aids and investigations such as laboratory. complete Filter. electric Museum jars Models.. dietetic etc. wet and dry BULB Incubator.F.) Dissecting microscope Microscope oil immersion T.ft. charts. . Still for distilled water Autoclave Sterilizers. Spirit Hydrometres. diagrams etc. etc.R. Centrifuge clinical Weighing machine adult Salters Baby weighing machine Harpenders Callipers (for skin fold thickness) Height measuring stand Aqua guard Refrigerator 9 cu.L. may be prepared by the Heads of departments.

Apparatus Pulse oxymeter Equipment for ardiac pacing Ambu bag Laryngoscope ECG Machine Echocradiography machine Tread Mill test machine Haemodialysis machine Peritoneal dialysis catheters Areterial blood gas analyzer Na/K analyzer Equipment for measuring diffusion capacity Microprocessor based spectrometer Gamma cameras Glucometer Radiosotope scan laboratory .P.The following equipments for various clinical departments are however the minimum required. (1) DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 20 6 As required 3 1 3 1 1 As required As required As required 15 1 1 1 1 1 6 As required 1 1 1 8 1 8 8 8 1 8 8 8 1 1 3 As required 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 B. Apparatus Ophthalmoscope Lumbar puncture needles (disposable) Haemocytometer Light Microscope Haemoglobinometer Centrifuge Machine Urinometer Plural biopsy needs (disposable) Liver biopsy needs (disposable) Kidney Biopsy needs (disposable) X-ray viewing box Overhead projector Slide Projector Upper Gl endoscope Colonoscope Sigmoidoscope Proctoscope Facilities for doing tests for malabsorption Ultra sound machine Fiberoptic bronchoscope Spirometer Bed side Cardiac monitors Central Cardiac monitor Console Defibrillator Non-invasive B.P.

) Canula (Butterfly type) Intracath Umbilical vein Catheter Feeding tubes As required 2 2 As required 4 4 1 1 1 1 4 As required .V.Infant 1 .Electro Encephalogram (EEG) machine 1 EMC and nerve conduction velocity machine1 Fine needle aspiration needle As required Aspiration needle As required Torches 20 Patient examination table 20 Rubber Hammer 20 Reagents for doing Gram’s and Ziehl Neilson staining As required Computer (one for each medical unit) 2 Radiopagers 20 Endotracheal tubes As required Emergency lights 6 (2) DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICS (A) Resuscitation equipments: Ambu bag -infant 2 -children 2 Face mask 2 Nasal prongs As required Nasal catheters As required Endotracheal tubes As required Suction apparatus 1 Suction catheters As required Laryngoscope .Children 1 (B) Oxygen Delivery SystemOxygen Cylinder Oxygen regulator Oxygen Humidifiers Oxygen headbox (of each size) Nebulisers (C) Drug Deliver Equipment/ Catheter/tubeIntra-venous (I.V.) Drip set Measured volume Blood transfusion set Intra-venous (I.

P.Neonates Infantometer Measuring tape Shakir’s tape (E) Work lab and investigations Student Microscope Nuclear Chamber Hemoglobinometer Test tube Spirit lamp Stains for – Leishman’s staining .Three way and four Way valve Malecot’s catheter Cut open canula (D) Measurement Equipments Weighing machine .Infant -Child .AFB staining -Grams staining Dextrostix Multisix Uristix Micro Erythrocite Sedimntation Rate (ESR) tubes Filter paper Bone marrow needle Lumber Puncture (L.) Needles Pleural aspiration needle Vim-Silveram Biopsy needle Mengneiz Needle True cut Renal Biopsy needle X-ray view box F) Miscellaneous Radiant Warmer Infant incubator Phototherapy unit Ophthalmoscope Thermometer-Oral -Rectal 2 4 As required 1 1 1 1 As required As required 1 2 2 As required 2 As required -do-doAs required -do-doAs required As required 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 As required As required .

fungi.G.T.) machine preferably with ECG monitoring E. mycobacteria and acantholytic cells (a) light microscope with facility for dark ground illumination microscopy (b) Gram’s stain (c) Zeihl-Neelsen’s stain (d) Giemsa stain Facilities for electrosurgery and chemosurgery (a) Electro-cautery machine (b) Trichloracetic acid (5) DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY Electro Convulsive Therapty (E.C.E. lung volume and diffusion capacity 1 Arterial Blood Gas machine 1 (4) DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY-VENEROLOGY & LEPROSY Facilities for examining smears for bacteria.(3) DEPARTMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS AND CHEST DISEASES Peak flow meters 1 Nebulizers 2 Intercostal Drainage Facility 2 Pleural Biopsy Needles 2 Pulse Oximeter 1 Fiberopitic Bronchoscope 1 Rigid Bronchoscope 1 Pulmonary function Test machine with facility for spirometry. monitoring ECG machine EEG machine Lithium analyzer Biofeed-back instruments (sets) Thin layer chromatography (for drug dependence treatment) Alcohol breath analyzer Psychological Tests equipment a) Project tests b) Intelligence Tests c) Personality Tests d) Neuro psychological tests 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 .

C. Invasive and non-invasive pressure (2 in each ward) 6 Incubators/Transport incubators 3 Neonatal Bassinet 3 Ultrasound 1 Arterial blood analyzer 1 Oesophageal/Gastric pH & pressure recorder 1 (iv) OPERATION THEATRE Operating tables Operating Ceiling light Paedestal side light (for emergency use) Electrosurgical Unit 8 8 4 10 . Stethoscope.(6) DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY (i) O. diagnostic kit (4 sets in each ward) 12 sets Weighing machine. E. X-ray viewing box 4 in 1 Proctoscope & Gabriel Syringe Sigmoidoscope (Rigid) Flexible Endoscope.G. Colonscope (one set in Main O.) Diagnostic Crystoscope Ultrasound Uroflowmetry (ii) MINOR O.. Apparatus. eight scale.P. Heart Rate.D Blood Pressure Apparatus.T. skinfold Caliper (2 each in each ward 6 Proctoscope (2 in each ward) 6 Monitors for pulse rate.T. height scale. Upper Gl. weighing machine. skin fold caliper.P. diagnostic kit. Operation Theatre Table Operation Theatre Ceiling light Pedestal lights Electro-surgical unit Suction Pulse oximeter (one for Endoscopy Room) Anaesthesia Equipment Resuscitation kit Assorted surgical instrument for minor operation sets Autoclave 4 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 4 1 4 4 1 set 1 12 1 (iii) WARDS B. Stethoscope.

(v) MISCELLANEOUS Photocopier Computer with laser Printer Electronic Typewriters Slide-Projector Overhead projector Video Cassett Recorder/ video Cassette Player 64 2 8 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 sets 1 set 2 1 1 2 4 4 2 (7) DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRIC SURGERY Resuscitation equipment -Ambubags -ET Tubes (all sizes 2.V.I.Apparatus Slow suction machine Nebulizer Heater I. Endoscope Laser (May be shared with other departments) C-arm image intensifier Operating microscope-binocular with Video monitor Operative ultrasound Stapling device Assorted Endo-stapler Closed Circuit T.General Sets (8 for each Operation Theatre) Burr hole set Vascular set (1 in each Operation Theatre) Anaesthesia Equipment as per requirement of Anaesthesia department Diagnostic and operative laparoscope Crystoscope and Resectoscope Bronchoscope Flexible G.5-8) -Guedell’s airway (all sizes) -Laryngoscope Suction Catheters assorted sizes Suction machines Oxygen cylinders Oxygen B. equipment incubator Operation Theatre equipment Cystoscope-Paediatrics Rigid Bronchoscope (sets) Oesophageal dilators (sets) Paediatrics Sigmoidoscope 2 4 sets 2 sets 2 10 sets 2 4 4 2 2 2 2 sets 1 1 1 1 1 .C.P.U.

Physiotherapy and occupational Therapy equipment sets Operation room equipment (sets) 3 sets 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 (9) DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY (i) Out Patient Department Snellen Chart/Snellen drum with or without remote control Trial set with trail frame both for adult and children Bjerrum Screen Perimeter Colour vision chart Near vision chart with different language 3 cell torch Opthathalmoscope and Retinoscope common equipments in the Outpatient Department slit lamp Applanation tonometer Keatometer Indirect ophthalmoscope Synoptophore Maddox Rod Maddox Wing Diplopia goggles Gonioscope Placido disc Prism Bar Schoutz tonometer (ii) Major Operation Theatre Operating miscroscope with TV Unit with camera 3 3 1 1 3 3 6 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 .(8) DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPAEDICS Basic instrumentation set for fracture Small Fragment and large fragment External Fixator C-Arm (Image Intensifier) Portable X-ray Machine Arthroscope Slide Projector Over-head projector Movie Camera for demonstration of live operations Plaster room equipment (sets) with plastic table.

sutures and chalzion or stye.T. (v) Ward Slit lamp *Snellen Chart/Snellen drum with or without remote control Trial set with trial frame both for adult and children Bjerrum screen Perimeter Colour vision chart Near vision chart with different language 3 Cell torch Ophthalmoscope and Retinoscope (10) DEPARTMENT OF ENT (i) OPD Nasal Speculum Tongue depressor Laryngeal mirrors Nasopharyngeal mirrors Aural speculum Ear Suction Nasal Suction Suction apparatus Siegles speculum Tuning fork (512 Hz) Otoscope Bayonet forces Bulls lamp Head lamp ENT examination chair Jobson Horne probe (per doctor) 4 4 4 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 . should have the equipment for the removal of the foreign body.Cryo Unit Cataract set Glaucoma set DCR set Entropian set Enucleation set Evisceration set Squint set (iii) General Ophthalmic Equipments Operation Theatre Table Operation Theatre Light 1 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 (iv) Minor Operaton Theatre: Minor O.

Sterilizer BP apparatus Stethoscope (ii) MAJOR Operation Theatre. (a) Tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy set Biopod Boyle-Davis mouth gag Tonsil holding forceps Tonsil dissector and pillar retractor Tonsil snare Burkit artery forceps Negus artery forceps Tonsil scissors Adenotome Adenoid curette Yankauer oropharyngeal suction tip (b)Set for nasal bone fracture Asch forceps Walsham forceps (c) Septoplasty set Bayonet forceps Killians nasal speculum Freer elevator Ballenger’s swivel knife Takahashi forceps Fish tail gouge and mallet (d) Caldwel luc set Nasal gouge Mallet Ribbon Retractor Cheek Retractor (e)Antrostomy set Antral Retrograde gouge Antral rasp (f)*FESS set *Rigid nasal endoscope *Light source *Sickle knife *Retrograde punch *Blakesley forceps – straight .upturn 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .

handpiece and burrs) *Mastoid seeker *Aditus seeker * Malleus head nipper (k) *Stapedctomy set *Pick-straight Angled *Perforator *Measuring rod *Prosthesis crimper (l) *Oesophagoscopy set 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 2 1 1 1 1 .* Optional for MBBS. g) Direct laryngoscopy set Anterior commissure Laryngoscope Negus laryngoscope Lighting system for laryngoscopes Biopsy forceps Foreign body removal forceps Laryngeal suctions (h)*Microlaryngoscopy set *Kleinsasser’s laryngoscope *Fibroptic lighting system *Suspension system for Laryngoscope *Microlaryngeal cup forceps * Microlaryngeal Scissors i) *Tympanoplasty set *Aural speculum *Drum curette *Drum elevator *Microsuction *Graft knife *Graft [ress (j)*Mastoidectomy set * Mallet *Gouge *Endaural retractor/post aural retractor *Electric drill (motor.

Oesophagoscopes Lighting Biopsy forceps Foreign body removal forceps Suction Oesophageal dilators (m) * Bronchoscopy set *Bronchoscopes *Lighting system * Biopsy forceps * Foreign body removal forceps *Suction * Optional for MBBS (n) Tracheostomy set Needle holder Bard Parker knife handle Ribbon right angled retractors Curved arteries Straight arteries Cricoid hook Tracheal dilator (iii) MINOR Operation Theatre (a) Antral wash set Trocar Canula Higginsons syringe (b) Direct laryngoscope set Laryngoscope – Anterior Commissure Negus Lighting system Biopsy forceps Foreign body removal forceps Sterilizer Aural Syringe Tracheostomy set Intubation set Cricothyrotomy set Quinsy forceps Laryyngeal forceps Aural Snare Aural cup forceps 3 1 1 1 1 1 set 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 As required As required As required As required As required As required As required As required As required .

plastic apron.(iv) *WARDS * Semi intensive care unit (4 beds) * Central suction * Oxygen * Humidifier * Optional for MBBS (V) MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENTS Operating microscope for major Operation Theatre For minor Operation Theatre Puretone audiometer Impedance audiometer SPECIAL EQUIPMENT (a)* Temporal bone lab Microscope (b) * Drill Mastoid set *Optional for MBBS As required As required As required As required 1 1 As required As required 1 (vi) ANY OTHER ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT WHICH ARE DESIRABLE Flexible nasopharyngolaryngoscope Electronystagmograph Brainstem evoked response audiometer Goggles. gloves for examination of patients with biohazard (HIV and Au positive) 1 1 1 1 set (11) DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY (i) General Speculums and retractors EA + ECC sets PCT forceps Ayers spatula Cytology bottle Microscope MR Syringes Coloposcope Cryo/electro cautery apparatus Simple fetal Droppler 25 10 5 15 15 1 5 1 1 1 .

right angle retractor. ambu bag. ET tube.NST machine Stitch removal sets Dressing sets Ultrasound machine Proctoscope Weighing machine Height scale View box (Blood Pressure apparatus. gloves. bladder sound).) Vaginal Hysterectomy set (Scalpel. uterine sound. arteries. needles. scissors. essential drugs). torch) Resuscitation tray (Laryngoscope. thumb forceps. Scalpel. Speculum volsellum. Sim’s. scissors. Tuboplasty set Myomectomy instruments (Myoma screw. Allis’s kelly’s clamp. Boney’s clamp) Diagnostic laparoscopy set Operating laparoscopy set Hystroscopy set Electronic Carbondioxide insuffator/ Insuffator basic unit Resctoscope Hyseromat Operatin microscope/Loupe Electrocautery iii)SPECIAL EQUIPMENT Contact microhystroscope Co2 & Nd Yag laser (iv)LABOUR ROOM 2 5 5 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 5 3 3 3 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 . syringes. Allis. Kelly’s clamps. Suction machine Hysterosalphigogram Canula (ii) MAIN Operation Theatre Abdominal Hysterectomy set (Alteries. badcock forceps. metal catheter. Harington & Richardson retractors. measuring tapes. suction catheter.

Carbondioxide Monitor. (viii)MINOR Operation Theatre.P.Delivery sets B. (vii)Miscellaneous.B. lights. Calculator Channelizer. set (O. Apparatus Weighing machine Fetal Doppler Cardiotocogram machine Portable ultrasound High suction machine Resuscitation tray v)SPECIAL EQUIPMENT Oxytocin infusion pumps Multichannel monitors Intrauterine Pressure monitoring system *Fetal scalp electrodes Facilities for fetal scalp pH (vi)TEACHING SET Doll and Dummy Female Pelvis Gross specimens X-ray/US films View box VCR Overhead Projector Slide Projector Set of instruments/forceps etc. to be issued on monthly basis.TTL flash light. OT tables) ix)MATERNITY Operation Theatre Set for LSCS D&C set MTP set 10 3 1 1 3 1 1 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 5 5 2 10 2 1 6 5 5 6 .T. Cervical biopsy set MTP set D&C set Hydrotubation set IUCD insertion/removal set High suction machine Resuscitation tray E. *Disposables. Camera with 200 m lens Endocamera/ Television .

Central Oxygen and suction (x) SPECIAL EQUIPMENT: Multichannel monitor with 1 ECG. Pulse oxymetry for high risk pregnant patients (eclampsia. HR. Operation Theatre lights.High suction machine 2 Cervical exploration set 2 Uterine packing forceps 2 Abdominal hysterectomy set 1 Diagnostic laparoscopy set 2 Laprocator for tubal ligation 2 Postputum ligation 2 Outlet forceps 3 Low mid cavity forceps/kjielland forceps 3 Vacuum Extractor and suction machine 2 Resuscitation tray 1 Decapitation hook 1 Cranioclast with cephalotribe 1 Oldham Perforator 1 Infusion Pump 3 EB set 4 Operation Theatre table. BP.) (xi) WARDS Blood Pressure Apparatus Weighing machine Height scale Speculum and retractors Glucometer Microscope Suture removal sets Dressing sets Ultrasound Cutdown sets Blood gas analyzer CTG machine Suction machine Resuscitation tray View box Central O2 and suction 3 1 1 40 1 1 5 10 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 (xii) SPECIAL EQUIPMENT Ultrasound machine with Doppler/Vaginal 1 probe/facilities for Interventional procedure Multichannel Monitor 1 Fetal Monitor for Antepartum Surveillance 2 . heart diseases etc.

Syringes. Blood gas analyzer Thalassemia study. DHEAS Chlamydia and other reproductive tract infection testing. fibrinogen degradation products. Viral markers for Hepatitic studies. Electrolytes. TSH. Cryopresservation. needles.-Cytology. torch. including Serum Blutamase Test (SBT). Chromosome study. Coagulation profile.) 1 (xiii) Laboratory equipment for following investigations: H-gram Urine examination Semen analyses Renal Function Test (RFT). MSAFP Semen wash FSH. estriol. urine alb.Computer for data entry (Gloves. Blood sugar Culture facilities 24 hr. Facilities for biochemical tests and enzyme studies for prenatal diagnosis. PCR for various abnormalities. LH PROCLACTIN. Blood bank facilities. Assisted reproductive techniques. (12) DEPARTMENT OF ANAESTHESIOLOGY OPD-Anaesthesia Clinic Blood Pressure Instrument (Non-invasive) Weighing machine Height scale Ward (Recovery) Resucitation equipments (CPR) a) Adult Dummy b) Paediatric dummy 1 1 1 1 1 . Liver Function Test (LFT). T3. measuring tape etc. PCR for tuberculosis. BHCG. T4. Testosterone. TORCH HIV Serum. GENETIC LAB. ABO and Rh typing. Creatinine VDRL.

c) Artifical breathing bag with face Masks.T.C. CT Mammography (preferably) MRI (preferably) 2+1 additional unit 1 OPTIONAL DEPARTMENTS (14) RADIO-THERAPY Examination Table 2 ENT examination set up 1 Gynae. Monitor E./pelvic examination tables 1 Treatment planning and mould room including i) Computerised treatment planning system 1 ii) Simulator 1 iii) Immobilization cast making system 1 Brachytherapy setup i) Manual after loading intercavitory 1 system (sets) ii) Manual afterloading 1 .Co2 Monitor Simple anaesthesia machine with resuscitation equipments and accessories Mechanical Ventilator 1 5 5 2 2 2 1 1 2 (13) DEPARTMENT OF RADIO-DIAGNOSIS Conventional X-ray Unit for routine X-ray and IVV. 1 Ultrasonography equipment independently for Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 4 Mobile X-ray unitsa) 30 MA 2 b) 60 MA 2 Fluroscopic unit 1 Both conventional and image intensifying unit for gastro-enterology & gynae work etc.G. d) Defibrillator Suction machine -Electrical -Manual Oxygen therapy unit Pulse oximeter E.

3. Remedial and recreational set up. Prosthetic-Orthotic Workshop equipments. (15) PHYSICAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION 1. 4. Rehabilitation Diagnosis and treatment equipments including exercise set-ups. C. iii) Remote controlled interstitial system iv) CT-Sim 3D treatment Planning system v) Isodose plotte (Automatic) vi) Customised shielding Block making system vii) Customised compensator making system viii) Computerised Dosimetry system ix)Thermoluminiscent dosimetry system x) Intra operative Radiotherapy and stereotactic radiotherapy set up alongwith linear accelerator (multi leaf) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 N.Interstitial/surface mould system (sets) Teletherapy set-up Isocentrically mounted Rotational telecobalt Unit minimum 80 cm SSD 1 Radiation Protection and Dosimetry set-up i) Secondary standard dosimeter with ionization chamber 1 ii)Survey meter 1 iii) Area/Zone monitors 2 (by BARC) As per the number of staff members in the department Radiotherapy department i) Dual Photon energy linear accelerator with electrons and multileaf collimeter ii) Remote controlled intracavitory system. Electrotherapy equipments. Normally one teletherapy unit should be provided for every 1000 new cancer cases. 2.B. All radiation therapy equipments (tele/Brachy) should be BARC type approved with BARC Sanctioned layout/installation plan. OTHER DEPARTMENTS 1) MEDICAL EDUCATION UNIT Overhead Projectors 2 .

Bowpen “Stanley” one for fine and one for thick line. Crequil Nibs Drawing Nibs 303 and 304 Clip holders. 1 1 1 . Ben saw iron. 00 to 6 and 10 Speed ball nibs style A. &D.B. Water colour box “peliken” Sable Hari brushes 16 Series No. Kent paper size 22”x30” Scolor drawing paper 22”x30” Drawing paper Norway 72 lbs.C. Computer facilities 1 1 1 1 pair 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 set 1 12 12 12 24 13 12 1 8 1 set 12 12 6 As required (3) MODELLING SECTIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHY Modeling Instrument box. “T” scale 24” wooden “T” scale 48” wooden Frenat curves Plastic 1 set of 12 Protractor Plastic Semiround 6” dia.Slide Projector Computer with printer: Electronic Typewriter: Video Camera: Video Cassette Recorder: Television Blackboard` Zerox Copier Books and Journals 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 As required (2) DEPARTMENT OF AUDIO VISUAL AIDS ARTIST SECTION Drawing Board size 42”x27” Drawing Board size 22” x 30” Instrument Box steadler Plastic Transparent Set square 10” Plastic Scale transparent 18: Parallel ruler 18” Proportional Compass. Saw for wood work. Water colour tubes “Winsor and Newton” Postercolours in different shades. Reeves Indian Black ink.

Contax 4/D with copying attachment. Soft stone powder. Radiant Screen size.I. German make.I. Dark room and developing equipment 35 mm. Film projector bell and Howell Camera Rollieflex automatic. copper and wire netting. Drill machine Modelling clay Chalk clay. Wires G. 72” x 72” 16 mm. Synthetic Enamel colours 1/16 gallon Oil colour brushes. 1 Lathe machine small 3” center height 8” automatic gear change box. Plaster of paris Old raddy Gum. Tagari Iron E. Micro Projectr Zeiss or B&L. Multani clay. Soap and coconut oil Epidiascope B & L or alatis. Yellow clay. Stand paper Plasticine. Slide projector viewlex. Microscopic attachment of Contax. Bowls. Enlarger Omega D 2. Chisel. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 As required As required As required As required As required As required As required As required As required As required As required As required As required As required 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 set 2 4) WORKSHOP AND ELECTRIC SECTION Lathe machine 6” center height 10” automatic gear change box (heavy duty with gapped). 1 Milling machine type with dividing head attachment 1 Stand Drill Machine electric 1 . Scissors ordinary Scissors Goldsmith Hammer Mortar Iron.Jamboor Plier Plier Goldsmith. Buck et Iron. Camera 35 mm.

with two nose-one fine and one abroad Electric blower Frequency generator Ampere meter Battery charger Electroplating unit outfit Carpenters section instrument and appliances including electric saw and sander Glass blowing appliances 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 set 1 Note: 1. amperage 200 amp. . 3. holder. with accessories electrode. Pathology. In order to make teaching hospital more effective.Shaping machine Bench model 1 Spraying painting composer max. & continuous pressure must be 30 lbs. shade and earthing slip and extension wire. For effective teaching and training facilities close circuit TVs (CCTVs) shall be provided in the departments of Microbiology. 2. All kinds of endoscopes shall be fibreoptic preferably with a videoscope. and Surgery and other allied specialities including Gynaecology. pressure 140 lbs. 60 watts. Complete with spray gun and pressure rubber tube 1 Electric welding machine max. 1 Aceytlene welding with oxpacelylene bottle and complete set of torch AVO’s multimeter English make Electric Soldering Henleys 250 watts. it is necessary that a periodical upgrading of the instruments in various departments and sections should be undertaken for which requiredfinancial support shall be rendered.

the following additions / modifications / deletions / substitutions. (iii).1. In Schedule I Clause A. at S.)” shall be substituted by “(100 Sq. 1956(102 of 1956).) shall be substituted by “(50 Sq. 2. the 8th July. the words “examination hall (200 Sq.1 under the heading ‘CAMPUS’ shall be substituted with the following: “Companies registered under Company Act may also be allowed to open medical colleges. 2009”. In a new medical college the total number of books should be proportionately divided on yearly basis in five years.34(41)/2009-Med.m.” (ii) In Schedule (I) Clause A. (14). The number of copies of textbooks in each subject of undergraduate teaching shall be ten.2 under the heading “Administrative Block”.m. The number of journals shall be 100 out of which one-third shall be foreign journals and subscribed on continuous basis.m. Permission shall be withdrawn if the colleges resort to commercialization. (2) the words “INCLUDING BIOPHYSICS” shall be deleted and at S. 4(i). No. 1999” namely:1. the words “INCLUDING PAEDIATRIC SURGERY” shall be deleted. 2009 No.1. shall be as indicated therein:3. the words (30 Sq. In the Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. There shall be one room for 50 students inside and one room for 50 students outside.4 under the heading ‘Central Library’. 1999. It should have not less than 5000 text and reference books.)” shall be deleted. shall be substituted with the following: “There shall be an air-conditioned Central Library (1000 Sq. In clause 3. each)” and the words “(40-50 Sq./20071 . In Schedule I Clause A.1. These regulations may be called the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment). the Medical Council of India with the previous sanction of the Central Government hereby makes the following regulations to further amend the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations.)”.m) with seating arrangement for at least 100 students for reading and having good lighting and ventilation and space for stocking and display of books and journals.No. . m.In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 33 of the Indian Medical Council Act.m each. MCI.MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA AMENDMENT NOTIFICATION New Delhi.

d. Staff reading room for 15 persons.1. area in not more than three levels. Video and Cassette room (desirable).9 shall be substituted by the following: “Animal house: Department animal house may be maintained by the department of Pharmacology. Journal room. LCD projector and a microphone. These lecture theatres shall be shared by all the departments in a programmed manner. experimental work on animals can be demonstrated by Computer Aided Education. Air-conditioned Computer room with Medlar and Internet facility with minimum of 15 nodes.m.6 shall be substituted by the following: “Auditorium/Examination Hall (Multi-purpose): There shall be an auditorium-cum-examination hall of 500 sq. There shall be provision for E-class. Lecture halls must have facilities for conversion into E-class/Virtual class for teaching. f. There shall be provision for e-library also. b.” (v) Clause A. c.” (iv). Lecture theatre shall be provided with necessary independent audio-visual aids including overhead projector. In addition to the animal house.1. Medical colleges should have skill labs and adopt information technology in teaching medicine.” . The existing colleges shall introduce these facilities in their lecture hall within one year. Room for copying facilities. In Schedule I Clause A.There shall be provision for – a. Rooms for librarian and other staff.1. slide projector.” (vi) Clause A. of gallery type in the Institution out of which two will be of seating capacity for 80 students and one will be of capacity for 150 students each. shall be substituted with the following: “There shall be a minimum of three lecture theatres preferably air conditioned.5 under the heading ‘Lecture Theatres’. e.

11 shall be deleted. Alternatively any other system approved by the respective State Pollution Control Board may be provided.1.1.m.(vii) Clause A. “A. (viii) Clause A. the following shall be added.1. area shall be provided with all the laboratories.1.18.18. . the following shall be added: “Arrangements must be made so that plumbers are available round the clock” (xi) After Clause A.19 There shall be 6 laboratories (100 Sq. Every working table shall have drawer or steam proof top.area each) which will be provided with continuous working tables. (x) In Clause A.12 shall be deleted. and individual lighting. One preparation room each of 15 Sq.1.10 shall be substituted by the following: “Incinerator An incinerator Plant commensurate with hospital bed strength may be provided.m.1. Every seat shall be provided with stainless steel wash basin. (ix) Clause A.

1.g. There should be 80% bed occupancy at the time of inspection for first renewal and thereafter for subsequent renewals. (xiii) A.” 5 (i).1 under the heading ‘General Remarks’ shall be substituted with the following: “A functional teaching hospital with 300 beds with at least 70% indoor bed occupancy should be available. All of these laboratories may be used in common with various departments e. In Schedule I Clause B. area each. . The period of training of a teacher in a Medical Education Unit shall be increased from one week to two weeks. Heamatology and Pathology. Each medical college shall have PharmacoVigilance Committee.There shall be two laboratories of 60 Sq. (xii) A. Central Research Laboratory There shall be one well-equipped Central Research Laboratory in the medical college. Adequate transport (both for staff and students) shall be provided for carrying out field work and teaching and training activities by the department of Community Medicine. Separate residential arrangements for boys. girls and interns with mess facilities shall also be provided.21 Rural Health Training Centre Every medical college shall have one rural health training centre under Administrative control of Dean of the college for training of students in community oriented primary health care and rural based health education for the rural community attached to it.m. Histology and Histopathology. Biochemistry and Clinical Pharmacology.1.20 Training of teacher in Medical Education Unit. Microbiology and Community Medicine. which will be under the control of the Dean of the college. The existing colleges shall install the laboratory within two years.1. This health centre shall be within a distance of 30 km. or within one hour of commuting distance from the medical college.

the words “Jr. A play area including T.1.” (iv) In Clause B.” (vi) After Clause B. All the teaching hospitals shall be under the academic.V.2 after the words “space for visitors”.3 after the words “in the hospital”. Toys.1. This should be increased in such a manner that at the end of fourth year it comes to 8 patients (old & new) per day per student intake. the following shall be added “in addition to those in medical college/institution. administrative and disciplinary control of the Dean/ Principal/Director who shall not be concurrently Head of Department but can be a component of teaching faculty in the concerned respective department.6.1. Residents.9. Residents and Senior Residents etc. Music.1. Senior Residents. the following shall be added: “alongwith computer and internet facility in each department” (iii)In Clause B. An electric generator of not less than 700 KVA shall be provided. etc.” (ii) In Clause B. Books.Lifts for the patients and ramp for fire protective services and for handicapped persons shall be provided in the hospital at the time of letter of permission. the following shall be added:- .” shall be substituted by “Jr.” (v) Clause B. shall be provided for Peadiatric patients..7 shall be substituted by the following: “There shall be a minimum OPD attendance of 4 patients (old & new) per day per student intake of the subjects of Undergraduate curriculum at the time of Letter of Permission.1. Registrars etc.

7.10: Dean. Accommodation in general ward shall not exceed 30 patients hall and distance between two beds shall not be less than 1. d. Result of all the examinations of last one year. Medical Superintendent and each department shall have independent computer and printer facility. Examination and Treatment room. Nurses Duty Room/Nursing Station.1. fax and E-mail etc. Details of Dean. 1. Details of any awards and achievement received by the students or faculty. 5.1 the following shall be added: “7. Any research publications during the last one year. Deleted. i. b. Clinical Demonstration Room..” (ii) Clause B.2.2.5m.1 shall be substituted by the following: “The following accommodation shall be available with each ward. Ward should be constructed in such a way that the Nurse from her Nursing Station is able to have an overview of all the patients in the wards. Details of the affiliated university and its Vice-Chancellor and Registrars. In Schedule I Clause B. Principal and Medical Supdt. namely:. 2.(vii) “B. List of students admitted merit-wise category-wise (UG & PG) for the current and previous year. . 4. Details of the sanctioned intake capacity of various courses UG as well as PGs by the MCI. 3. e. conferences and/or any academic activities conducted by the institution. g. qualification complete address with telephone and STD code. (viii) B. 6. including their name. Store room for linen and other equipment. Accommodation in a General Ward shall not exceed 30 patients and distance between the two beds shall not be less than 1. h. Offices for Heads of Departments and Heads of Units.” 6 (i) Clause B. Resident Doctors and students Duty Room.2.2 shall be substituted by the following: 1.11: Each and every college /institute shall have its own website wherein the following details updated in the first week of every month shall be provided:a. Details of any CME programmes. 2. c. Teaching as well as non-teaching staff. Details of clinical material in the hospital.5 meters. k. 8. Ward Pantry. Clinical demonstration rooms (at least one for each department). Accommodation for other unit staff. 4. j. Detailed status of recognition of all the courses. f.1. 3.

) Waiting room for patient. Clause B.V. However. (2).No.6 the following shall be added: “The physical facilities for housing the laundry equipment shall be provided in the campus. Accommodation for demonstration room shall be provided. UPS and Servo Stablizer shall be provided. 600mA.2. Other surgical specialities shall have independent separate OT.No. Asstt. There shall be three equipment rooms.P. “Preparation room” shall be substituted by “PreAnaesthetic/Preparation room – atleast 4 beds. Assoc.Note: The size and number of staff rooms shall be as per the guidelines in the pre and para clinical departments for the prescribed number of staff members in a department. for Ophthalmology and for Obstetrics and Gynaecology and for septic cases”.3 shall be deleted. The total area requirement is 80 sq.2. Tutor shall be provided as per requirement.m.) Room for 60 mA Mobile X-ray system (15 sq. (iv) In Clause B. control room and computer room). There shall be preferable a Magentic Resonance Imaging (MRI) system. (iii) Clause B.2.7 shall be substituted by the following: “DEPARTMENT OF RADIO-DIAGNOSIS: (1) The staff of Radio-Diagnosis department shall be covered by Personal Monitoring System of BARC. Profs. System. (examination room. Ultrasound Room (15 sq. 14 shall be substituted by “One such units may be provided for General Surgery.D. for ENT.m) Museum (25 sq.” and para (1 & 2) at S. Fluroscopy System (36 sq. The space requirement shall be according to the standard specifications. (v) In Clause B. Minor Operation Theatre – one minor operation theatre in addition to above shall be provided for surgical departments in casualty/emergency unit and one such theatre in O.I. (vi) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) . I.4 at S. In addition.m.T.m. Profs.. 500mA..m) (d) Accommodation for CT Scan system. for Orthopaedics.2.). services can be handed over the any agency but with overall supervision of Hospital Administrator”. Store room for X-Ray films related material (15 sq. Accommodation shall be provided for the following namely: (a) (b) (c) Room for 300mA. a service room for Electrical Panels. Additional space need to be provided for various Endoscopy procedures. Residents. enquiry office and staff rooms for Professor & HOD.m.

In Clause B. The number of beds in casualty trauma unit shall be 10. Rooms housing fluoroscopy equipment must be so designed that adequate darkness can be achieved conveniently when desired. Operation theatres and Intensive Care areas where the work load involved in emergency patient care.10. Residents as required. (vii) In Clause B. Intensive Care Paediatric/Neonatal Unit -5 beds and preferably Intensive Care in Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases. (ii) 10. for a general purpose X-Ray machine. Clause B8 shall be substituted by the following: “HOSPITAL WASTE MANAGEMENT Facilities for hospital waste management. Intensive Coronary Care Unit (I. 3 shall be substituted by the following: “These regulations cover the minimum requirements of under graduate medical education. shall be provided.5 under the heading DEPARTMENT’ shall be substituted with the following: - “There shall be well equipped and updated intensive care unit (I.U) -5 beds. clinical laboratory work/field work is heavy or is of a specialized nature” .” 8.C.8.m.C.C.)-5 beds.(2) The room sizes for various Diagnostic Imaging Systems shall be as per the following provision of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board Safety Code.2 shall be substituted by the following: “There shall be sufficient number of quarters for covering at least 20% each of the Nurses. Sub-clause no.11. Indoors. commensurate with the State Regulatory Authorities etc. Patient waiting areas must be provided outside the X-ray room and a dark room must be provided. namely: “The room size of the room housing X-ray equipment must not be less than 25 Sq. In case of diagnostic X-Ray equipment operating at 125kV or above the control panel must be installed in separate control room located outside but contiguous to the X-Ray room.10.” Clause B9 shall be deleted. (i) Clause B.U.” Clause B. Residents and Jr. These shall be functional at the time of inception of the college.1 shall be substituted by the following: “There shall be sufficient number of quarters for covering 100 per cent of the total Sr. ICU should be located near casualty. Additional teaching and non-teaching staff shall also be required in OPD. 9. teaching and non-teaching staff.” 7. ‘CENTRAL CASUALTY (viii). the word “should” be substituted by “shall”. Schedule – II.2. In Schedule I Clause B.

bed and full size cupboard at the least. mt. and messing facilities for the students. Indoor games etc. 2. Music. Area. 3. 8. 7. Each student shall be provided with an independent and separate furniture which shall include chair. In Schedule II after Clause 6 under the heading ‘DEPARTMENTWISE STAFF REQUIREMENTS – NON. Prof./Technician 1 1 1 2 2 . The size of such room shall not be less than 27 sq. Prof.mt.” 12. There shall be a recreational facility room having T. Prof Asstt. In case of single seated room it should be at least 9 sq.V. Clause B12 “HOSTELS FOR STUDENTS” shall be substituted by the following:“The College/Institution should have at least provision for 75% of the total intake of students at a given time. Tutors/Demonstrators Technician Store Keeper cum clerk cum Computer operator Sweepers 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 (3) DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY 1 2 3 4 5 Professor Assoc. Tutors/Demonstrators Technician Dissection Hall Attendants Store Keeper cum Clerk-cum Computer Operator Sweepers 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 2 (2) DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY 1 2 3 4 5. Prof.CLINICAL’ shall be substituted with the following: “DEPARTMENTWISE STAFF REQUIREMENTS . 6 7 Professor Assoc. Asstt.NON-CLINICAL (1) DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY 1. Each hostel shall have a visitor room. Prof. Tutors/Demonstrators Technical Asstt. a study room with facilities for computer and internet and should be air-conditioned. table. Asstt.. Professor Assoc. 6.11. 4 5. Prof. Each hostel room shall not have more than three occupants.

8. 7. Attendants Store Keeper cum Record clerk Steno cum Computer Operator Sweepers 1 1 1 2 7 2 1 1 2 (6) DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY 1 2 3. Asstt. Prof. 4 5. Prof. Tutors/Demonstrators Technical Asstt./Technician Lab./Technician Lab./Technician Laboratory Attendants Steno Typist 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 . Prof. Prof. Tutors/Demonstrators Laboratory Attendants Store Keeper cum clerk cum Computer operator. Attendants Steno cum Computer Operator Store Keeper cum Record Keeper Sweepers 1 1 2 3 4 2 1 1 2 (5) DEPARTMENT OF MICROBIOLOGY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Professor Assoc. Professor Assoc.6. Asstt. Tutors/Demonstrators Technical Asstt. Tutors/Demonstrators Technical Asstt. Asstt. Prof. Prof. 6. 7. Professor Assoc. Asstt. Store-Keeper cum clerk cum Computer operator Sweepers Lab Attendant 1 2 1 (4) DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. Sweepers 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 (7) DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC MEDICINE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Professor Assoc. Prof. Prof.

Epidemiologist-cum-Assistant Professor Statistician-cum-Assistant Professor Tutors/Demonstrators Medical Social Worker Technical Asstt. two additional Tutors/Demonstrators shall be provided. 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Professor Assoc. 4. Prof. 5./Technician Peon Van Driver Store Keeper cum Record Clerk Sweepers 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 Urban Training Health Centre 1. (8) DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE 1 2 3 4.) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11. Asstt. 7. Medical officer of Health-cum-Lecturer/ Assistant Professor Lady Medical Officer Medical Social Workers Public Health Nurse Health Inspectors Health Educator Technical Assistant/Technicians Peon Van Driver 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 .8 9 Store Keeper cum clerk cum Computer Operator Sweepers 1 4 Note:. 8. 6.1. 2./Technicians Stenographers Record keeper cum clerk cum Computer Operator Store Keeper Sweepers 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Staff for Rural Training Health Centre (including field work and epidemiological studies. In case of postmortem work of more than 500 annually. Medical Officer of Health-cum-lecturer/ Assistant Professor. Lady Medical Officer Medical Social Workers Public Health Nurse Health Inspector/Health Assistant (Male) Health Educator Technical Asstt. 3. 9. Prof.

2008.) Dr. 35(1)/1998-Med. “Minimum Requirements for 100 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations.(ii) dated the 30th March.1999 and further amended vide Notification dated 20th October. . Setalvad] Secretary Medical Council of India Foot Note : The Principal Regulations namely. 12.” [Lt. 11. Col. 1999” were published in Part – III. 1999 and amended vide corrigendum dated 24th June.10. Section (4) of the Gazette of India on the 29th April. 1999. Store Keeper Record Clerk Sweepers 1 1 2 Note: The Urban and Rural Training Health Centres should be under the direct administrative control of the Dean/Principal of the college. vide Medical Council of India Notification No. A.N.(Retd.R.

1. Clause B. and other infrastructure required as per Minimum Standard requirement Regulations is made available in an area of not less than 10 acres based upon the permissible FAR/FSI allowed by the competent authority. this may be relaxed in a place especially in Urban areas where the population is more than 25 lakhs. Proper landscaping should be done.34(41)/2009-Med. They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. (i) These regulations may be called the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment). shall be as indicated therein:In Schedule (I). MCI. interns. the following additions / modifications / deletions / substitutions. 1999”. In Schedule (I). 2009” vide Notification dated 08/07/2009 under the heading ‘CAMPUS’. The hospital. college building including library and hostels for the students. Other facilities may be housed in the other piece of land./50261. Hill states and Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. hostels. hospital. 2009”. the Medical Council of India with the previous sanction of the Central Government hereby makes the following regulations to further amend the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. Hyderabad. shall be substituted with the following: - . . the permissible FAR/FSI would be the criterion for allowing the medical colleges provided that the total built up area required for adequate infrastructure including medical college. Bangalore and Kanpur). shall be substituted with the following: “The medical college or medical institution shall be housed in a unitary campus of not less than 20 acres of land except in metropolitan and A class cities (Ahmedabad. 4. Clause A. Hyderabad.8. Bangalore and Kanpur). in metropolitan cities and “A” class cities (Ahmedabad. where the land shall not be in more than two pieces and the distance between the two pieces shall not be more than 10 kms. the 13th November. 2009 No. 1999” namely:1. residential quarters.MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA NOTIFICATION New Delhi. as amended by “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment). Pune. 1956(102 of 1956).” 3. However. PGs/Residents and nurses shall be in one piece of land which shall not be less than 10 acres. Daman & Diu & Dadra & Nagar Haveli.1.In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 33 of the Indian Medical Council Act. (ii) 2. hilly areas. Pune. North Eastern States. notified tribal areas. In the Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. However. 1999.1 of the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations.

A. 2008. 35(1)/1998-Med. “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations.) Dr. Col.R. Section (4) of the Gazette of India on the 29th April. 1999” were published in Part – III. Provided that it shall be minimum 60% at the time of inception which shall be increased to 80% for subsequent annual renewals for a college having annual intake of 50 students in North Eastern States and Hill States”. 1999.1999 and further amended vide Notification dated 20th October.“ Indoor beds occupancy – Average occupancy of indoor beds shall be a minimum of 80% . Setalvad) Secretary Medical Council of India Foot Note : The Principal Regulations namely. . (Retd. vide Medical Council of India Notification No. (Lt.N. 1999 and amended vide corrigendum dated 24th June.(ii) dated the 30th March.

1999. 2008 & 13th November. fluoroscopy System (36 sq. the following additions / modifications / deletions / substitutions. A.MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA AMENDMENT NOTIFICATION New Delhi. 2010 No.T. “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. Section (4) of the Gazette of India on the 29th April. 35(1)/1998-Med.)” 3.I. These regulations may be called the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment). vide Medical Council of India Notification No.R. In the Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. Col. shall be as indicated therein:In Clause B. (Retd. the Medical Council of India with the previous sanction of the Central Government hereby makes the following regulations to further amend the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations.) Dr.2. 800mA.(ii) dated the 30th March. (Lt. . Setalvad) Secretary Medical Council of India Foot Note : The Principal Regulations namely. 1956(102 of 1956).In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 33 of the Indian Medical Council Act. (i) (ii) 2.m. They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. the 18th January. 1999” were published in Part – III. System. .7 under the heading “DEPARTMENT OF RADIO-DIAGNOSIS” the sub-Clause 1 (a) as amended vide notification dated 08/07/2009 shall be further amended/substituted as under: “(a) Room for 300mA./66640. MCI-34(41)/2009-Med.1999 and further amended vide Notification dated 20th October. 1999 and amended vide corrigendum dated 24th June. 1999” namely:1. 500mA. 2009”.N. 2009. 1999.V. I.

(ii) They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. 1999. “other than the nine cities mentioned in the Clause” 4. the Medical Council of India with the previous sanction of the Central Government hereby makes the following regulations to further amend the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations./70467 .1. In the Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. 2010”. Clause A. 2. (ii) In Schedule (I). the words “and Lakshadweep” shall be added. in the seventh line of the amended text of the notification. 1999”. (i) These regulations may be called the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment). the following additions / modifications / deletions / substitutions. as amended by “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment).34(41)/2009-Med. as amended by “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment). 1999”. in the ninth/tenth line of the amended text of the notification. after the words “Dardra & Nagar Haveli”.MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA AMENDMENT NOTIFICATION New Delhi. Clause A.1 of the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. 1956(102 of 1956). (i) In Schedule (I). MCI. after the words “more than 25 lakhs”.1 of the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. shall be as indicated therein:- 3. 2009” vide Notification dated 13/11/2009 under the heading ‘CAMPUS’.In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 33 of the Indian Medical Council Act. 2010 No. the 30th January. the following words shall be added:a.1. . 2009” vide Notification dated 13/11/2009 under the heading ‘CAMPUS’. 1999” namely:1.

Col. In Schedule (I). (Lt. after the words “North Eastern States and Hill States”. 1999. . 1999 and amended vide corrigendum dated 24th June. Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar Island. Section (4) of the Gazette of India on the 29th April. (Retd. Dardra & Nagar Haveli and Lakshadweep”.N. vide Medical Council of India Notification No. “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. Daman & Diu. A.(ii) dated the 30th March.5.8. 1999” were published in Part – III.) Dr. Clause B. the following shall be added:a. “Notified Tribal Areas.1. in the last line of amended text of the notification.1999 and further amended vide Notification dated 08/07/2009 & 13/11/2009. 35(1)/1998-Med. Setalvad) Secretary Medical Council of India Foot Note : The Principal Regulations namely.R.

18th January. 2008. 1999 and amended vide corrigendum dated 24th June.22 A Day Care Center should be established in the medical college with adequate facilities for taking care of the infants and the children of female students/working personnel and patients. 2010 & 30th January. shall be as indicated therein:In Schedule (I). after Clause A.1999 and further amended vide Notification dated 20th October. A. These regulations may be called the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment)./76566. (Lt. 2009. the 26th February.21. They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. 1999. “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations.In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 33 of the Indian Medical Council Act. MCI. vide Medical Council of India Notification No.N. Section (4) of the Gazette of India on the 29th April. 13th November. . 1999. the following Clause shall be added: “A. 2009. 1999” were published in Part – III. 8th July. Col. 1956(102 of 1956). Setalvad) Secretary Medical Council of India Foot Note : The Principal Regulations namely. (i) (ii) 2.1.” 5.R.) Dr.34(1)/2009-Med. added vide Notification dated 08/07/2009.MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA AMENDMENT NOTIFICATION New Delhi. 1999” namely:1. 2010.(ii) dated the 30th March.1. the Medical Council of India with the previous sanction of the Central Government hereby makes the following regulations to further amend the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. the following additions / modifications / deletions / substitutions. (Retd. 2010”. In the Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. 35(1)/1998-Med. . 2010 No.

R. shall be as indicated therein:In Schedule (I). 35(1)/1998-Med. They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. (Retd.(ii) dated the 30th March.1. 2010”. 2008. 13th November.34(41)/2009-Med.1 of the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. 1999” namely:1. 1999”.) Dr. These regulations may be called the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment). Pune. the 26th February. as amended by “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations (Amendment).” 6. 2010 & 30th January. Hyderabad. Setalvad) Secretary Medical Council of India Foot Note : The Principal Regulations namely. 1999” as amended in 2008/2009 as shown in separate table appended herewith is made available by the institute in mega cities (Mumbai.1999 and further amended vide Notification dated 20th October. . MCI. 2009. “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. Kolkata. . 1999” were published in Part – III.e. 2010 No. Bangalore and Kanpur) based upon permissible FAR/FSI allowed by the competent authority in a plot of an area of not less than 10 acres. 18th January.In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 33 of the Indian Medical Council Act. Clause A. Section (4) of the Gazette of India on the 29th April. 1956(102 of 1956).N.MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA AMENDMENT NOTIFICATION New Delhi.1. vide Medical Council of India Notification No. the following additions / modifications / deletions / substitutions. be further amended by inserting the following proviso in Clause A. 1999 and amended vide corrigendum dated 24th June. In the Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations.1 in Schedule I : “Provided that the built-up area required for the total infrastructure of a medical institute – i. college. New Delhi and Chennai) and ‘A’ class cities (Ahmedabad./76567. A. 2009” vide Notification dated 08/07/2009. (Lt. 8th July. 13/11/2009 & 30/01/2010 under the heading ‘CAMPUS’. 1999. affiliated teaching hospital and residential complex with regard to amendments in “Minimum Requirements for the Medical College for 50 Admissions Annually Regulations. (i) (ii) 2. 2009. the Medical Council of India with the previous sanction of the Central Government hereby makes the following regulations to further amend the “Minimum Requirements for 50 MBBS Admissions Annually Regulations. 2010. 1999. Col.

AREA (Sq.APPENDIX BUILT UP AREA REQUIREMENTS (50 ADMISSIONS) ITEM DETAIL NO.Boys .) ( each ) 3 36 54 80 10 150 100 50 50 100 1000 220 400 500 120 75 100 Total (Sq. Prof./ Lecturer Tutor/Demonstrators Department office/ Clerical room Non-teaching staff room Department Total 2 5 3 1 1 6 2 1 80 seating capacity 150 seating capacity 250-350 seating capacity 2 1 30 175 100 60 175 100 Accommodate atleast 25-30 students Accommodate atleast 50 students Accommodate 15 students to study in the museum 1 1 1 2 1 1 18 15 20 15 12 12 18 15 20 30 12 12 442 . Prof.Girls Cafeteria Central Library Lecture Theatres Auditorium Common Laboratories Central Research Laboratory Department Total DEPARTMENTS Anatomy Demonstration room Dissection Hall Museum Accommodation for Staff Professor & Head Asso.m./ Reader Asst.m.) 4 36 54 80 10 150 100 50 50 100 1000 660 400 500 720 150 100 4160 REMARKS 1 Administrative Block Principal/Dean's office Staff room College council room Officer Superintendent's room Office Record room Common Room .

. Prof. Prof.1 Physiology including Bio-physics Demonstration room Accommodation for Staff Professor & Head Asso. HIV antibodies etc./ Lecturer Tutor/Demonstrators Department office/ Clerical room Non-teaching staff room Department Total 2 1 3 30 4 30 5 Accommodate atleast 25-30 students 1 1 1 2 1 1 18 15 15 15 12 12 18 15 15 30 12 12 132 1 30 30 Accommodate atleast 25-30 students 1 1 1 2 1 1 18 15 12 15 12 12 18 15 12 30 12 12 129 Pathology Demonstration room 1 25 25 Accommodate atleast 25-30 students Museum 1 60 60 Accommodation for Staff Professor & Head 1 18 18 Asso. Prof./ Lecturer Tutor/Demonstrators Department office/ Clerical room Non-teaching staff room Department Total Biochemistry Demonstration room Accommodation for Staff Professor & Head Asso. Syphilis. Prof./ Reader Asst. Malaria. For Transmissible diseases like Hepatitis./ Lecturer 2 14 28 Tutor/Demonstrators 3 15 45 Department office/ Clerical room 1 12 12 Non-teaching staff room 1 12 12 Department Total 215 100 Blood Bank (includes) 100 a) Registration & Medical Examination room b) Blood Collection room c) Room for Laboratory for Blood Group Serology d) Room for Lab. Prof. Prof./ Reader 1 15 15 Asst./ Reader Asst.

serology./ Reader Asst. Prof. Including Toxicology Demonstration room 1 Autopsy Block museum Accommodation for Staff Professor & Head Asso./ Lecturer Tutor/Demonstrators Department office/ Clerical room Non-teaching staff room Department Total Pharmacology Demonstration room Museum Accommodation for Staff Professor & Head Asso./ Lecturer Tutor/Demonstrators Department office/ Clerical room Non-teaching staff room Department Total 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 40 18 15 12 15 12 12 40 18 15 12 30 12 12 314 1 30 75 30 75 18 15 12 30 12 12 204 Accommodate atleast 25-30 students 1 1 1 2 1 1 18 15 12 15 12 12 Forensic Med. Prof. Prof. virology./ Reader Asst. Prof. parasitology. Prof. Prof.1 e) Sterilisation and washing room f) Refreshment room g) Store and Records room 2 3 4 5 Microbiology Service Laboratory 7 25 175 Each for Bacteriology. mycology./ Reader Asst. tuberculosis and immunology Museum Accommodation for Staff Professor & Head Asso./ Lecturer Tutor/Demonstrators 30 400 100 30 400 100 18 15 12 15 Accommodate atleast 25-30 students 1 1 1 1 18 15 12 15 .

1 Department office/ Clerical room Non-teaching staff room Department Total Community Medicine Museum Primary Health Centre/Rural Health Urban Health Training Centre Accommodation for Staff Professor & Head Asso. Prof./ Reader Asst. Prof./ Lecturer Statistician cum Lecturer Epidemiologist cum Lecturer Tutor/Demonstrators Department office/ Clerical room Non-teaching staff room Department Total COLLEGE TOTAL

2 1 1

3 12 12

4 12 12 614

5

100 Training Centre

100

1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1

18 15 15 12 12 15 12 15

18 15 15 12 12 30 12 15 229 6539

Teaching Hospital Dean's room Medical Superintendent's room Hospital offices for the supportive staff waiting space for visitors Enquiry Office Reception Store rooms Central Medical Record Section Linen rooms Hospital & Staff Committee room Central Lecture theatre of gallery type 1 Central Registration and statistics department Central Laboratories Central Casualty Department (Incl. Minor O.T.) Central Hospital Pharmacy Central Kitchen Incinerating Plant Common Facilities

36 36 150 200 50 200 300 150 300 50 330 200 150 150 100 150 40

36 36 150 200 50 200 300 150 300 50 330 200 150 150 100 150 40 2592 seating capacity of 100 persons

1 2 3 4 5 Clinical Departments in the Hospital (No. of beds required for 50 admission annual is 400): beds/units General Medicine 96/3 Paediatrics 48/2 TB & respiratory Diseases 16/1 DVL 8/1 Psychiatry 8/1 General Surgery 96/3 Orthopedics 48/2 Ophthalmology 16/1 ENT 16/1 Obstetrics 30 Gynaecology 14 Postpartum 4 48/2 400 2800 Department Total 2800 7 Sq.m. per bed (1.5 m distance b/w 2 beds; Bed width 1 m') Clinical Departments - Indoor Accommodation for Nurses Durty room Laboratory for routine examinations Examination and treatment room Ward Pantry Store room for linen and other equipments Resident Doctors & students duty room office for heads of each department & Heads of Units room for other unit staff Clinical Demonstration rooms (atleast one for each department) Total for 14 Wards / 12 Departments Operation Theatre Unit Waiting room for patients Preparation room Operation Theatre Post-operative recovery room Soiled Linen room Instrument room Sterilisation room

20 15 15 15 15 20 20 20 20

20 15 15 15 15 20 20 20 20 2240

15 15 75 30 15 15 15

15 15 75 30 15 15 15

1 Nurses room Surgeion's and Anaesthetist's room Assistant's room Observation gallery for students Store rooms Washing room Dressing up room Central Sterilisation Unit Laundry Total for 9 O.T.s Labour Room Waiting room for patients Preparation room Labour Room Post Partum Recovery Room Soiled Linen room Instrument room Sterilisation room Nurses room Surgeion's and Anaesthetist's room Assistant's room Observation gallery for students Store rooms Washing room Dressing up room Eclampsia Room Laundry Total for Labour room Radio-diagnosis

2 2

3 20 20 20 60 15 10 10 10 10

4 20 40 20 60 15 10 10 10 10 3375 15 15 100 75 15 15 15 20 20 20 30 15 10 10 75 10 460

5

9 15 15 100 75 15 15 15 20 20 20 30 15 10 10 75 10

Room for 300mA, 500mA, 800mA IITV system, Fluroscopy System Ultrasound room Room for 60mA Mobile X-Ray System Accommodation for CT Scan System Store room Museum Waiting room Department Total

36 15 15 80 15 25 40

36 15 15 80 15 25 40 226

Dental Section OPD TOTAL 6000 HOSPITAL TOTAL 18673 .out door Waiting/ reception space rooms for patients and attendants Enquiry and record room Examination rooms & case demonstration rooms for each department 4 For each department Dispensary Dressing room in surgery & its specialities Refraction rooms. speech therapy rooms in ENT dep. in paediatrics dep. family welfare. in Orthopedics dep. ENG lab. in operation theatres Office for HOD & Heads of Units 20 Accommodation for other unit staff 20 clinical demonstration rooms 20 Department Total Optional Departments Radiotherapy Teletherapy Unit Intracavitory Treatment room Endocavitory surface mould therapy room Planning room room for metalling treatment Record room medical physics lab. sterility. immunization room etc. Department Total Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 4 5 20 20 20 60 100 50 50 50 50 100 50 200 200 70 1500 100 50 50 50 50 100 50 200 200 70 920 1500 6000 6000 Clinical Departments . Child welfare. dark rooms. dressing rooms in Ophthalmic dep.1 2 3 Anaesthesiology Accommodation for the Anaesthsia depat. Antenatal. outpatient waiting room Indoor beds day care ward for short chemotheray/ radiotherapy etc. cancer detection clinics in OBG dep. Sound proof audiometry room.. plaster cutting room etc. Plaster room.

@75% of 250) TOTAL RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX TOTAL ADD 15% GRAND TOTAL 2 3 4 5 200 100 100 30 1000 3400 4000 3000 2220 1000 1870 15490 40702 6105 46807 .1 Residential Quarters / Hostels Qtrs.e. @ 20% Non teaching (20% of 200 = 40) Nurses @ 20% (20% of 150 = 30) Residents @100% =74 Interns @ 100% Hostels for 187 students(i. @ 20% teaching (20% of 88 = 17) Qtrs.