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MEDICAL COLLEGE

BARODA
S.S.G. Hospital, Vadodara.
(Government of Gujarat)



Affiliated to
M.S. University of Baroda
Vadodara




Address

Anandpura
Vadodara 390 001
Gujarat

Tel. No. 0265 2421594
Fax No. 0265 2421056
Website:- www.medicalcollegebaroda.edu.in



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FORM 1

FORMAT FOR PARTICULARS OF THE COLLEGE/INSTITUTE FOR THE
EXISTING MEDICAL COLLEGE.
1. NAME OF THE APPLICANT Dean, Medical College Baroda

2. ADDRESS Anandpura , Vadodara, 390001, Gujarat State.
3. ADDRESS OF REGISTERED OFFICE As above
4. CONSTITUTION Government of Gujarat
5. REGISTRATION/INCORPORATION NA
6. NAME OF AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY : Faculty Of Medicine , Maharaja
Sayajirao University of Baroda
PART-I
7. CATEGORY OF APPLICANT STATE GOVERNMENT
8. BASIC INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR MEDICAL
COLLEGE AND ATTACHED HOSPITAL (PLEASE ADD A SEPARATE
SHEET IF NECESSARY)
9. MANAGERIAL CAPABILITY :- STATE GOVERNMENT APPOINTED STAFF
Name Qualification Part time / Full
Time
Experience
Dr. A T. Leuva,
Dean
M.D. (T B & Chest ) Full Time 25 Years
10. FINANCIAL CAPABILITY: FULLY FUNDED BY STATE GOVERNMENT

PART II
11. *NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE PROPOSED MEDICAL COLLEGE
MEDICAL COLLEGE, ANANDPURA, BARODA, 390001,
GUJARAT STATE
Tel. No. 0265 2421594
Fax No. 0265 2421056
Website:- www.medicalcollegebaroda.edu.in

12. *MARKET SURVEY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
The college was established in 1949 and recognized by MCI in 1954. The college was
permitted an annual intake of 180 students in 1999.


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13. *Site characteristics and availability of external linkages. (Annexure)
(a) Topography: Centre of the city of Vadodara. Urban area
Approximately 2 k.m. from railway station and central bus stand
(b) Plot size: 37 acres
(c) Permissible floor space index: As per state Rand B norms for government property
(d) Ground coverage
(e) Building height about 50 ft
(f) Road access : Two main roads on either side of campus
(g) Availability of public transport: 2km from railway station, 3km from central bus depot,
city bus stand at the main entrance and auto rickshaws available special ambulance
facilities such as 108
(h) Electric supply: Through public utility MGVCL( state run corporation)
(i) Water supply : From Vadodara Municipal Corporation
(j) Sewage connection: From Vadodara Municipal Corporation
(k) Communication facilities: Telephone, Fax, Internet
14. *Educational programme (Annexure)
(a) Proposed annual intake of students: Recognized to enroll 180 students annually

Existing Post Graduate Courses:-

Degree:-
1. Anatomy
2. Physiology
3. Obst. & Gynec.
4. Microbiology
5. Pathology
6. P.S.M.
7. Pharmacology
8. Medicine
9. Surgery
10. Ophthalmology
11. Anaesthesiology
12. Skin & VD
13. Radiology
14. Psychiatry
15. Biochemistry
16. Orthopaedics
17. E.N.T.
18. Paediatrics
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Diploma:-
1. D.A.
2. D.L.O.
3. D.G.O.
4. D.V.D.
5. D.T.C.D.
6. D.C.P.
7. D.O.
8. D.C.H.
9. D.M.R.D.
10. D.P.H.


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M.Sc. (Medical 3 and half years) Course:-
1. Anatomy
2. Physiology
3. Pharmacology
4. Microbiology
5. Biochemistry

Super Specialty: - M.Ch. Plastic Surgery

All ABOVE COURSES ARE RECOGNIZED BY MCI.

The college has undergone MCI inspection in October 2010 for starting new PG course
(MD/MS) in the subjects of Forensic Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine and Emergency
Medicine


(b) Admission criteria:
H.S.C. (Standard XII) examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects.
(c) Method of admission:
(i) Strictly on the basis of performance Yes (60%)
at the qualifying public examination
&
(ii) Competitive entrance examination (CET) Yes (40%)
(d) Reservation/preferential allocation of seats.
All India PMT quota 15%
From the state quota (85%)
(a) Scheduled Caste : 7%
(b) Scheduled Tribe : 15%
(c) Society and Educationally Backward Class, : 27%

(e) Department wise and year wise curriculum of studies. as recommended by MCI

GROUPING OF SUBJECTS FOR EXAMINATION
(IF IT DIFERS FROM Council recommendations, bring that out clearly)

Numbers of Subjects Duration of Study
First M.B.B.S. (As recommended by the
Boards of studies)
Anatomy, Physiology,
Biochemistry
1 Year
Second M.B.B.S. (As recommended by the
Boards of studies)
Pathology, Microbiology,
Forensic Medicine,
Pharmacology)
1
Final M.B.B.S.

Part I
(As recommended by the
Boards of studies)
Preventive & Social
2 Years

1 Year


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Part II
Medicine E.N.T. &
Ophthalmology
Medicine, Surgery,
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
and Paediatrics


1 Year

15. Functional programme (a) Department wise and service wise functional requirements
(Annexure) (b) Area distribution and room wise sitting capacity- Annexure-1
16. Equipment programme Room wise list of Equipments complete with year wise schedule
of quantities and specifications (a) Medical (b) Scientific (c) Allied Equipments -
Annexure-1
17. Man power programme Department wise and year wise requirements of (a) Teaching
staff (full time) (b) Technical staff (c) Administrative staff (d) Ancillary staff Annexure-
1
(e) Salary structure: Annexure-2
(f) Recruitment procedure: State government recruits staff directly and through Gujarat
Public Service Commission. The staff sanctioned is in consonance with MCI guidelines.
(g) Recruitment calendar: As per state government requirements
18. Building programme Building wise built up area of (a) Medical college (departments,
lecture theatre examination hall, museum etc.)- Annexure-3
(1) No. of Lecture Theatres College
Number Seven
Type One Lecture Hall 70 36 ft. to accommodate 370
(Amphitheatre Halls-3)

2. Three lectures Theatre hall 40 30 ft to accommodate 180 each
3. Small lecture Halls 3

(2) Type of Audiovisual aids: LCD Projector, Overhead Projector, P.A.
(each lecture theatre) system, Epidiascope, Slide projector.
(3) Auditorium (Accommodation) 1. University Auditorium is used when required
as M.S. University is a residential University.
2. Main lecture hall with 370 capacities is also
used as Auditorium.
3. Limaye hall with 100 capacity in college
building.
4. Auditorium with 750 capacity under
construction in college campus.

5. Auditorium with 80 capacity is available
in college building.
(b) Faculty and staff housing: Teaching Staff, 52 quarters are available for the different


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categories.
(c) Staff and students hostels:
Total No. of seats. Rooms Seats
Undergraduates: (I) Boys 224 448
(II) Girls 143 286
Percentage of students accommodated: 75% (U.G. Students)
(d) Administrative office : 2000 sq ft on ground floor.
(e) Library :-


CENTRAL LIBRARY

(A) Layout and floor area : 11,500 sq. ft.
(B) Reading Rooms

(a) For U.G. : One big Hall :- 270
(b) For P.G. : One Hall :- 20
(c) For Staff : staff room :- 10
(d) Computer : One computer room with 15 nodes


(C) Working Hours : 09.00 a.m. to 6.10 p.m.
(D) No. of Shift : One
(E) No. of Book : 37237

(i) Text Books : 8544
(ii) Reference Books : 28693

(F)No. of J ournals :
Subscribed annually
(i) Indian : 14
(ii) Foreign : In Virtual Library +Hard copy (print media) No.4
Vendors:-(i) Springer link - 351 J ournals Foreign
- 332 Books
(ii) M.D.Consult - 169 J ournals Foreign
(iii) National Medical - 3000 Foreign +Indian
Libray J ournals
(G) No.of J ournals actually:
Received only
(i) Indian : 14
(ii) Foreign : In Virtual Library +No.4

(H) No. of J ournals with back Numbers: 14505
(i)
Indian : 3206
(ii) Foreign : 11299

(I) No. of Books purchased during last
Three years.


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1
st
year 2
nd
year 3
rd
year

2006-2007 2007-2008 2009-2010
4,62,674 8,20,386 2,33,751
172 Books 654 Books 078 Books


(J ) Staff with Qualifications :

Categories Name Qualifications

Librarian Mr. K.P. Bhatt B.A. with M. Lib &
Information Science
Dy. Librarian Mr. H.D. Parmar B.A. with M. Lib &
Information Science
Documentalist -
Cataloguer -
Library Assistant -
Daftaries V.N. Rushi B.A. M. Lib. Sci.
Peons G.B. Shirke
P.J . Tadvi
C.C. Solanki
M.N. Shaikh

(K) System of cataloguing : Modified classified Catalogue code

(L) Details of Facilities available like

Medlar -
Internet Yes
TV. VCR. Yes
Xerox Yes
Microfilm Reading -
Whether these areas are air Computer areas are airconditioned


(g) Animal house:-
Accommodation: Two Room
No. of rooms with size:- 8 ft. 10 ft. each
Staff:-
(1) Veterinary Officer :
(2) Animal attendants : 1
(3) Technician for Animal:
Operator Room
(4) Sweepers : 1
Section:
(1) No. of animal kept and / or bred: albino Rats (94), Rabbits (4) & Mice (74).
(2) Facilities for experimental work: In Pharmacology Lab. & experimental surg



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(h) Mortuary (i) Cultural and recreational centre

(j) Sport complex
(a) Play grounds and game played: Available
Cricket, Basket Ball, Hockey, Tennis,
Badminton within nearby the M.S.
University Campus.
Indoor: Chess, Table Tennis, Bridge, Carrom.
(b) Gymnasium facilities and arrangement: Available with M.S. University.
Management: By Baroda Medical College Student Association
& M. S. University Student Association

(k) Others (state name of the facility)
19. Planning and layout (Annexure-5)
a. Master plan of the medical college complex
b. Layout plans, sections
c. Elevations and floor wise area calculations of the medical colleges and ancillary
buildings.
15. *Phasing and scheduling Month wise schedule of activities indicating (a)
Commencement and completion of building design (b) Local body approvals (c) Civil
construction (d) Provision of engineering services and equipment (e) Requirement of staff
(f) Phasing of commissioning NOT APPLICABLE
16. *Project cost (a) Capital cost of land (b) Buildings (c) Plant and machinery (d) Medical,
scientific and allied equipment (e) Furniture and fixtures (f) Preliminary and preoperative
expenses NOT APPLICABLE
17. *Means of financing the project (a) Contribution of the applicant (b) Grants (c)
Donations (d) Equity (e) Term loans (f) Other sources (if any) Funding from State
Government
18. Revenue assumptions (a) Fee structure (b) Estimated annual revenue from various
sources NOT APPLICABLE
19. Expenditure assumptions (a) Operating expenses (b) Depreciation NOT
APPLICABLE
20. Operating results (a) Income statement (b) Cash flow statement (c) Projected balance
sheets NOTE - For Items 14 to 18 a comparative statement showing the relevant Medical
Council of India norms vis--vis infrastructure/faculty available and/or proposed to be
made available should be annexed.




Statement of funds received from Government of Gujarat and expenditure incurred


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EXPENDITURE STATEMENT FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS
RS. IN THOUSAND
YEAR RELEASE
GRANT
EXPENDITURE REVENUE
INCOME
PLAN NON PLAN PLAN NON PLAN
2007-2008 30000 110995 44923 136443 12732
2008-2009 50000 117610 63104 145497 13810
2009-2010 64200 132951 99134 210400 15441
2009-2010 71412 0 67945 0 0
( PLAN DMER) 0 (PLAN DMER) 0 0
TOTAL 215612 361556 275106 492340 41983




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PART III
21. NAME AND ADDRESS OF THE EXISTING HOSPITAL
SIR SAYAJI GENERAL HOSPITAL
J AIL ROAD, VADODARA
390001
Telephone Numbers: (0265) 2424848,
(0265) 2424351 Telefax.
22. DETAILS OF THE EXISTING HOSPITAL INCLUDING- (a) Bed strength (b) Bed
distribution, bed occupancy and whether a norm of 5 in patients per student would be
fulfilled. (c) Built up area (d) Clinical and para clinical disciplines (e) OPDs and OPD
attendance department wise (f) Architectural and layout plans (g) List of medical/allied
equipments (h) Capacity and configuration of engineering services (i) Hospital services,
administrative services, other ancillary and support services (category wise staff strength)
Annexure-4
UPGRADATION AND EXPANSION PROGRAMME:
23. DETAILS ABOUT THE ADDITIONAL LAND FOR EXPANSION OF THE
EXISTING HOSPITAL : NOT APPLICABLE
24. UPGRADED MEDICAL PROGRAMME :- NOT APLICABLE
Year wise details of the additional clinical & para clinical disciplines envisaged under the
expansion programme.
25. UPGRADED FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMME : NOT APPLICABLE
(a) Specialty wise and service wise functional requirements
(b) Area distribution
(c) Specialty wise bed distribution
26. BUILDING EXPANSION PROGRAMME: Year wise additional built-up area to be
provided for NOT APPLICABLE
(a) Hospital
(b) Staff housing
(c) Staff and students hostels
(d) Other ancillary buildings
27. PLANNING AND LAYOUT: Upgraded master plan of the hospital complex
alongwith : NOT APPLICABLE
(a) Layout plans
(b) Sections
(c) Elevations
(d) Floor wise area calculation of the hospital
(e) Floor wise area calculation of ancillary buildings


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28. DETAILS ABOUT UPGRADATION OR ADDITION IN THE CAPACITY AND
CONFIGURATION OF ENGINEERING SERVICES AND HOSPITAL SERVICES
: NOT APPLICABLE
29. EQUIPMENT PROGRAMME : NOT APPLICABLE
Upgraded room wise list of
(a) Medical and allied equipments
(b) Schedule of quantities
(c) Specifications
30. UPGRADED MANPOWER PROGRAMME: NOT APPLICABLE
Category wise distribution of
(a) Medical staff
(b) Para-medical staff
(c) Other staff
31. PHASING AND SCHEDULING OF THE EXPANSION OF SCHEME Month wise
schedule of activities indicating- NOT APPLICABLE
(a) Commencement and completion of building design
(b) Local body approvals
(c) Civil construction
(d) Provision of engineering and hospital services
(e) Provision of medical and allied equipment
(f) Recruitment of staff
32. PROJECT COST OF THE EXPANSION SCHEME- NOT APPLICABLE
Cost of additional (a) Land (b) Buildings (c) Engineering services (d) Hospital services (e)
Medical and allied equipments (f) Furniture and fixtures (g) Preliminary and pre-operative
expenses
33. MEANS OF FINANCING THE PROJECT- NOT APPLICABLE
34. REVENUE ASSUMPTIONS: NOT APPLICABLE
35. EXPENDITURE ASSUMPTIONS: NOT APPLICABLE
36. OPERATING RESULTS :
(a) Income statements (b) Cash flow statements (c) Balance sheet



Signature of applicant



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LIST OF ENCLOSURES : .
1. Certified copy of the consent of affiliation issued by a recognised University.
2. Other enclosures as per the various parts of applications. (Please indicate details).
3. Annexure 1- Department wise information of manpower, area distribution, equipment (
room wise)
4. Annexure-2 Salary structure of various staff categories
5. Annexure-3 Building wise built up area
6. Annexure-4 Details of existing hospital
7. Annexure-5 Layout plan (Blueprint)





































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FORM - 4

RECOMMENDATION OF THE MEDICAL COUNCIL OF INDIA No..

Medical Council of India
Place
Date ..
To
The Secretary,
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi. (Attention : ME(P) desk)


Sub:- Establishment of a medical college at ______________ by (name of the State Government /
Union territory / Society/ Trust).

Sir,

I am directed to refer to your letter No. dated on the above subject and to say that the
physical and other infrastructural facilities available at the proposed medical college to be set up
at .by the (person) were inspected on by the Inspectors appointed by the
Medical Council of India. A copy of the inspection report is enclosed.
2. The inspection report and all other related papers were placed before the Executive
Committee of the Council in its meeting held on On careful consideration of the
proposal, the Executive Committee decided to recommend to the Central Govt. for
approval/disapproval of the Scheme. The decision of the Executive Committee has been approved
by/will be placed before the General Body in its meeting/ensuing meeting held/to be held on
.
3. On careful consideration of the scheme and inspection report the Medical Council of India
has arrived at the following conclusion:-
i. that the applicant fulfils the eligibility and qualifying criteria.
ii. that the applicant has a feasible and time bound programme to set up the proposed
medical college along with required infrastructural facilities including adequate
hostel facilities for boys and girls and as prescribed by the Medical Council of
India, commensurate with the proposed intake of students so as to complete the
medical college within a period of four years from the date of grant of permission.
iii. that the applicant has a feasible and time bound expansion programme to provide
additional beds and infrastructural facilities as prescribed by the Medical Council
of India, by way of upgradation of the existing hospital or by way of establishment
of new hospital or both so as to collectively provide the prescribed bed
complement within a period of four years from the date of grant of permission to
set up the proposed medical college.
iv. That the applicant has necessary managerial and financial capabilities to establish
and maintain the proposed college and its ancillary facilities including a teaching
hospital.


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v. That the applicant has a feasible and time bound programme for recruitment of
faculty and staff as per prescribed norms of the Council and that the necessary
posts stand created.
vi. That the applicant has not admitted any students.
vii. Deficiencies if any in the infrastructure or faculty shall be pointed out indicating
whether these are remediable or not.
The position regarding infrastructural facilities is as under:


Sl.
No.
Requirement at the time of
inception as per MCI Norms
Available Remarks
1. Staff
2. Buildings
3. Equipment
4. Other requirement


In view of the above position, the Council recommends to the Central Government for issuing/not
issuing the Letter of Intent - In case the Council does not recommend issue of Letter of Intent, the
reasons for disapproval of the scheme are as under:-
a. _______________________________________
b. _______________________________________
c. _______________________________________
Note: *Applicable only for the Medical Colleges Established/ increased their intake after
amendment Act, 1993


















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Annexure - 1
FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMME

(a) Department Wise And Service Wise Functional Requirements.
Theory Teaching
A. General Anatomy- 10-12 Lectures
B. Regional Anatomy -
Upper Limb 16 Lectures
Lower Limb 16 Lectures
Thorax 10 Lectures
Abdomen 22 Lectures
Head & Neck 22 Lectures
Spinal Cord & Brain 14 Lectures
Total 100 Hours
C. Time Allotted For Each Region For Dissection
Upper Limb 48 Hours
Lower Limb 40 Hours
Thorax 24 Hours
Abdomen 72 Hours
Head & Neck 72 Hours
Spinal Cord & Brain 40 Hours
Total 296 Hours
D. Time Allotted For Each Region For Demonstration
Upper Limb 12 Hours
Lower Limb 10 Hours
Thorax 10 Hours
Abdomen 17 Hours
Head & Neck 18 Hours
Spinal Cord & Brain 14 Hours
Total 81 Hours
E. Histology
Lecture Hours 25
Practical Hours 36
Revision Hours 10
F. Embryology, Family Planning & Genetics
Embryology Lectures 38 40 hours
Genetics 10 15 hours

Functional Requirements

1. Computer With Printer With Accessories - 2
2. Lap Tops 2
3. Lcd Projector 2


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4. Video Camera With Still Photography 2
5. Plasma T.V. ( 42 Inches)- 1
6. O.H.P. 8
7. Microscopes With Artificial Light 90


(b) Area Distribution And Room Wise Sitting Capacity

a. Demonstration Rooms 6
Size-
I. 28 X 30 75 CAPACITY
II. 22X21 60
III 30X40 100
IV 30X30 100
V 30X30 100
VI 53X32 60

b. Department Library Cum Seminar Room
18x 18 Capacity 25

c. Dissection Hall
110x 32 Capacity 200
Divided Into 3- Dissection Hall, Annexure And Extension.

d. Embalming Room
17x 12 With Tank 8x4x2.5

e. Histology Laboratory
Size 53x 32 Capacity 60

f. Preparation Room
Size 32x8

g. Research Laboratory
Size 5000 Sq Ft

h. Museum
Size 62x32

i. Office Accommodation
a. Prof & HOD 2
b. Asso Prof - 4
c. Assi Prof - 6
d. Tutors 8
e. Non Teaching Staff - 1



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Equipment Programme Room Wise List Of Equipments Complete With Year Wise
Schedule Of Quantities And Specifications

Sr No. Name Of The Article
1 Table With Marble Or Stainless Steel Tops 61 X 2 X3 20
2 Tables With Marble Tos Or Stainless Steel
3 Half Standard Size
4 Drill Machine
5 Hand Saw
6 Band Saw For Sectioning Body And Limbs
7 Stools, Preferably Metal
8 Brain Knife
9
Mortuary Cooler With Arrangement To Keepat Least 8 Bodies Or
Suitable Alternative Arrangement. 1/2
10 Storage Tank To Hold 10 Cadavers, Made Of Concrete With Copper Lid
11 Plastic Tanks For Storing Soft And Dissected Parts
12 Trolly Table (Steel, Light).
13 Projectors Including Overhead Projectors
14 X-Ray Viewing Lobby
15 Charts, Diagrams, Models, Slides Etc. As Required
16 Dissecting Instruments As Required
17
Meat Cutting Machine For Thin Body Sections (Trans And Vertical) For
Gross Anatomy Sectional Study
18 Microscopes, Monocular
19 Dissection Microscope
20 Microtomes, Rotary
21 Microtomes, Sledge, Large Cutting
22 Cabinet For Slides (1000)
23 Incubators
24 Paraffin Embedding Bath
25 Hot Plates For Flattening Sections
26 Hot Air Cover Fro Drying Slides (450c)
27 Balance Analytical Capacity 200 Grms And Sensitivity 1/10 Mg.
28 Balance Earanger Capacity 6 Kilos Sensitivity, 1/5 Gram
29 Refrigerators
30 Distilled Water Still Menesty Type Capacity Gallon Per Hour
31 Diamond Pencils
32 7 Colour Marking Pencils
33 Anatomy Museum
34 Skeletons Articulated
35 Ones (Dis-Articulated) Sets
36 Specimen J ars As Required
37 Racks Steel As Required


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38 Embalming Machines For Cadavers
39 Computer For Keeping Student Records, Marks, Stores Etc

Man Power Programme

Sanctioned Filled
Professor 2 1
Associate Professor 4 4
Assistant Professor 6 5
Tutor 8 7
Non Teaching Staff :
Technical Assistant 1
Technician 1
Modellers 0 1
Dissection Hall Attendant 4 4
Steno Typist 2
Store Keeper 1 1
Clerk 1 1
Sweeper 4 4
Salary structure: as per govt rules
Recruitment procedure: as per govt rules
Recruitment calendar : as per govt rules


LIST OF INSTRUMENTS FOR RESEARCH LABORATORY
Binocular research microscope with phase contrast and CCTV FOCUS brand
Fluorescent research microscope with photography attachment.
Deioniser portable mixed bed
Electrophoresis system model MT-1004E833 with electric system.
Infinith HCL system limited with scanner, printer, etc.
Ultra resolution centrifuge machine (refrigerated)
Spectro photometer
Advanced tissue culture inverted microscope with photographic attachment.
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
Rotatory microtome
Deep freeze ( - 80 c)
Chromosome Autoanalyser
Instant Polaroid camera system.
Transilluminator
Inverted microscope




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DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY.

A) STAFF OF PHYSIOLOGY

Sr.
No.
Name of Post No. of Sanctioned
Post
Filled Post
1 Professor 2 2
2 Associate Professor 4 4
3 Assistant Professor 5 5
4 Asstt. Professor Biophysics 1 0
5 Tutors 9 8
6 Technician / Tech. Assistant 4 4
7 Store keeper cum Clerk 1 1
8 Steno typist 2 1
9 Lab attendant 4 4
10 Sweeper 3 3

B) INFRASTRUCTURE

(i) DEMONSTRATION ROOM:

a] Number : 2
b) Accommodation of each demonstration room :
Size : 900 Sq. ft.
Capacity : 70
c) Audio-Visual equipment available : OHP & LCD Projector

(ii) PRACTICAL LABORATORIES :
Amphibian Mammalian Hematology Clinical
Laboratory Laboratory Laboratory Physiology Lab.
a) Accommodation
Size (sq ft) 1365 325 1620 67
Capacity 70 ---- 60 60




b) Preparation room :

Size (Sq ft) 100


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Location Adjacent to Labs


Equipments adequate along with teaching aids.


iii) DEPARTMENTAL LIBRARY-CUM-SEMINAR ROOM :

Accommodation
Size : Library - 180 sq ft; Seminar 1200 sq ft.
Capacity : Library - 8; Seminar 100.

Number Books in Physiology including Biophysics:

In departmental library 203

List of J ournals : In Library (Physical & Online)

1. J ournal of Applied Physiology- jap.physiology.org
2. J ournal of Circadian Rhythm- jcircadianrhythm.com
3. BMC Physiology- biomedcentral.com
4. J ournal of Physiology-intl.jpg.org
5. J ournal of General Physiology-intl.jpg.org
6. News in Physiological Science-intl-nibs.physiology.org
7. European J ournal of Physiology-only abstracts
8. Experimental Physiology-only abstract and PDF
9. American J ournal of Physiology- intl.agpcon.physiology.org
a) Cell Physiology
b) Endocrine Physiology
c) GI & Liver Physiology
d) Heart & Circulation
e) Lungs, Cellular & Molecular Physiology
f) Renal Physiology Regulatory, Integrative & Comparative
10.Physiological Reviews
11.Physiological Genomics
12.Advances In Physiology Education
13.Indian J r. of Physiology and Pharmacology
14.Annual Review of Physiology
15. J ournal of Neurophysiology


iv) RESEARCH LABORATORY :

a) Size : 230 sq ft
b) Equipment
i) Computerised PFT (Mediline)
ii) TFTClinical Multiparameter Instrument(Schillers)
iii) Computerised Physiograph.



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v) OFFICE ACCOMMODATION
a) Professor and HOD : 2 separate offices
b) Associate Professors/Readers : 4 separate offices
c) Asst. Professors/Lecturers : 3 offices
d) Tutors/Demonstrators : 2 rooms

e) Non-teaching and clerical staff : 1 room for clerk.
Non teaching staff in labs.

E. TEACHING METHODOLOGY Number
(For duration of the entire course)
1) Didactic Lectures 200
2) Demonstrations 30
3) Tutorials 15
(Divide each batch into small group and conduct group discussion led by different
teachers)
4) Seminars conducted during the year. 20
(Number of students attending each) (Group of 15 students)
5) Practicals
a) Experimental Physiology 10
b) Hematology 10
c) Clinical Physiology 10
d) Demonstrations 10
6) Methods of Assessment thereof : By short essay, very short essay and MCQ.
Also by viva and practical
examinations.


LIST OF PUBLICATIONS OF DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY

1. Epidemiological study of burn patients with pregnancy. NA Shah, VS Patel, HN Shah ,
NJ Shah, NR Pathak. 44-46.

2. Effect of burns on maternal and fetal outcome in pregnancy. VJ Patel, NA Shah, AV Patel,
CV patel, NJ Shah, HN Shah, NR Pathak.
Indian J ournal of Burns. Vol. 14/Issue -01/Dec.2006


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LIST OF PRESENTATIONS & ABSTRACT PUBLICATIONS

1. Match extinguishing test as an indicator of PFTs in healthy young individuals.HC Parikh,
SD Kulkarni, NR Pathak. Presented and published as abstracts at II Annual Meeting of
APPI Gujarat Chapter, Feb.2004 Pg.35.

2. Hb and stress parameters in school going children in relation to sex and socioeconomic
status. HC Parikh, SD Kulkarni, NR Pathak Presented and published as abstracts at II
Annual Meeting of APPI Gujarat Chapter, Feb.2004 Pg.37

3. Respiratory efficiency in school going children in relation to sex and socioeconomic
status. HC Parikh, SD Kulkarni, NR Pathak Presented and published as abstracts at II
Annual Meeting of APPI Gujarat Chapter, Feb.2004 Pg. 37

4. Comparison of cardiopulmonary parameters in subjects participating in yoga exercise
and meditation. RA Amin, NR pathak, AS Goswami, BV Brahmbhatt, KV Raval, SM
J oshi. III Annual State Conference of APPI, Feb- 2005, BJ MC Ahmedabad. Pg.21

5. Association of stress and cardiovascular disorders. CP Khatri, VJ Patel, NR Pathak. III
Annual State Conference of APPI, Feb- 2005, BJ MC Ahmedabad. Pg.22

6. Respiratory parameters in Diabetes mellitus. NR Pathak, SD Kulkarni, CS Sharma. III
Annual State Conference of APPI, Feb- 2005, BJ MC Ahmedabad. Pg.23.

7. Yoga therapy in treatment of asthma. NR Pathak, SD Kulkarni, CS Sharma. III Annual
State Conference of APPI, Feb- 2005, BJ MC Ahmedabad. Pg.25

8. Influence of behavioural technique in reducing pre-operative anxiety and enhancing post-
op recovery. . NR Pathak, SD Kulkarni, CS Sharma. National Seminar on Behaviour
Medical & Health Psychology,March 05 in Psychology, MSU.

9. Effect of height, weight and BMI on age of menarche in urban girls of baroda city. Dr.
Vaishali Patel, Dr.E R Oommen, Dr. SS Karelia. Presented and published as abstract at
51st Annual Conference of APPI at Pondicherry in 11-16 Dec 2005.
10. Anthropometric determinants- Its impact on PEFR in Swimmers. Dr. Rajesh Kathrotia, Dr.
Bhavna Selot, Dr. ER Oommen, Dr. SS Karelia. Presented and published as abstract at
51st Annual Conference of APPI at Pondicherry in 11-16 Dec 2005.
11. Anemia of chronic kidney disease. Mr. Pranav Shukla, Dr. MB J ani, Dr. SS Karelia.
Presented and published as abstract at 51st Annual Conference of APPI at Pondicherry in
11-16 Dec 2005.
12. Effect of obesity on pulmonary functions in adolescent boys. Dr. Swapnil Paralikar, Dr.
MB J ani, Dr. SS Karelia. Presented and published as abstract at 4
th
state chapter of APPI
meet at J amnagar in 4
th
Feb 2006.


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13. Variation in autonomic functions in different phases of menstrual cycle. Dr. Rajeshri
Bodat, Dr. Toral Goswami, Dr. MB J ani, Dr. SS Karelia. Presented and published as
abstract at 4
th
state chapter of APPI meet at J amnagar in 4
th
Feb 2006.

14. Effect of maternal hemoglobin levels on pregnancy outcome and fetal weight. Dr. Bhavna
Selot, Dr. Vaishali Patel, Dr. MB J ani, Dr. SS Karelia. Presented as poster and published
as abstract at 4
th
state chapter of APPI meet at J amnagar in 4
th
Feb 2006

15. Effect of exam stress on cardiac autonomic functions. Dr. Rajesh Kathrotia, Mr. Pranav
Shukla, Dr. Pinkesh Roa, Dr. AG Dave, Dr. ER Oommen, Dr. SS Karelia. Presented as
poster and published as abstract at 4
th
state chapter of APPI meet at J amnagar in 4
th
Feb
2006.

16. Pain distraction technique in preschool children : Use of a modern handy tool the cell
phone. Dr. Rajesh Kathrotia, Dr. Swapnil Paralikar, Dr. AG Dave, Dr. A Das, Dr. SS
Karelia. Presented as poster and published as abstract at National symposium on Pain
Pathophysiology -Neuronal Plasticity And Pain held at AIIMS, New Delhi on 18-19 Oct
2006.

17. Effect of diet and exercise on age of menarche in urban girls. Dr. Vaishali Patel Dr. ER
Oommen, Dr A Das. Presented and published as abstract at 52
nd
Annual conference of
APPI at Surat on 19-23 Dec 2006.

18. Effect of high maternal hemoglobin level on pregnancy and fetal outcome. Dr. Toral
Goswami , Dr. ER Oommen, Dr. A Das. Presented and published as abstract at 52
nd

Annual conference of APPI at Surat on 19-23 Dec 2006.

19. Autonomic function tests in diabetic mellitus patients with hypertension. Dr. Bhavna
Selot, Dr. MB J ani, Dr. A Das. Presented and published as abstract at 52
nd
Annual
conference of APPI at Surat on 19-23 Dec 2006

20. Swimming : an alternative for healthy aging. Dr. Rajesh Kathrotia, Dr. ER Oommen, Dr.
A Das. Presented and published as abstract at 52
nd
Annual conference of APPI at Surat on
19-23 Dec 2006.

21. Overall Health By Kundilini Yoga. Dr. K. D. Pandya. Presented and published as abstract
at 52
nd
Annual conference of APPI at Surat on 19-23 Dec 2006.

22. Sleeping less and sleeping late affects BMI in adolescent boys and girls. Dr. Rajesh
Kathrotia , Dr. SY Dholakia, Dr. AG Dave, Dr. ER Oommen. Presented and published as
abstract at National seminar on Childhood Obesity Issues Concerns and Management
held at Mumbai on 30-31Aug 2007.

23. Impact of Body Mass Index on Left ventricular structure & function. Dr. Rajesh Kathrotia,
Dr. SJ Parlikar, Dr. ER Oommen, Dr. MB J ani. Presented and published as abstract at 53
rd

Annual conference of APPI at Vishakhapatnam on 27-30 Dec 2007



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24. Expiratory and inspiratory flow rates during pregnancy. Dr K D Pandya and Dr A K
Pandya. Presented at APPI Conference, abstract published Feb 2004, IJ PP Suppl 2004.

25. Kapalbhati:- Simplest way of Healthy life. Dr K D Pandya and Dr A K Pandya. Presented
and published as abstract at APPI Conference at Surat. Dec 2006, IJ PP, Suppl, 2006.


RESEARCH PROJECT/WORK (ON HAND)/ (JUST COMPLETED)

Project:

1. Integrated approach to Adolescence by various Departments through Adolescent
Health Friendly Center.

2. Physical fitness and personality profile. Dr A K Pandya as coworker from Physiology.

Research work completed as part of curriculum for M D

1. Physiologic assessment of Pulmonary Functions in Obese Adolescent boys. Dr
Swapnil Parlikar. Dec 2005, Guide: Dr. M B J ani

2. Comparative study of pulmonary functions in pre pubertal and pubertal girls
.Dr.Rajeshri K.Bodat 2006, Guide: Dr. M B J ani

3. Comparative study of autonomic tests in Diabetes Mellitus subjects and non-diabetic
subjects. Dr.Bhavna Selot. 2007, Guide: Dr. M B J ani

4. A study of anaemia during pregnancy and its impact on maternal and perinatal
outcome.Dr.Toral M. Goswami 2007, Guide: Dr. E R Oommen.

5. A study of maternal post prandial Blood glucose level and its relation with maternal
and fetal outcome. Dr. Vaishali N. Patel 2007, Guide: Dr. E R Oommen.

6. Exercise capacity in normal asymptomatic individuals and its age related decline: A 2-
D Doppler echocardiographic study of left ventricular structure, function and other
factors contributing to it. Dr Rajesh Kathrotia March 2008, Guide: Dr. E R Oommen.

Research work going on hand as part of curriculum for M D and Ph D students

1. Autonomic function tests in shift workers by Manish Choudhary under guidance of Dr M.
B. J ani.
2. Role of exercise in diabetes mellitus by Dr Dharmesh Patel under guidance of Dr M B
J ani.
3. Non-pharmacological approach in management of asthma by Dr M B J ani.
4. Effect of graded exercise in osteoarthritis by Dr M B J ani.
5. Assessment of cardiovascular parameters and lipid profile in perimenopausal women by
Dr A Das under guidance of Dr M B J ani.
6. Autonomic function tests in physical active and sedentary subjects with Diabetes mellitus
by Dr Shahin Dabhoiwala under guidance of Dr. E R Oommen.


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Department of Biochemistry, Medical College Vadodara
(Reference: / / -/ . -//)

15. Functional Program Requirement
A. Department wise and service wise functional requirement and
B. Area distribution and room wise sitting capacity

Sr. No. Infrastructure Availability and Utilization
Central Clinical Chemistry Laboratory Total 9 rooms
(Approx. 120 sq. meter)
Room 1 Receiving and registration and
report dispatch
Room 2 Three Centrifuges and two Hot air
oven
Room 3 Auto-analyzer
Room 4 Semi-auto analyzer
Room 5 Colorimeter
Room 6 pH meter, refrigerators
Room 7 Ion-meter (serum fluoride
analyzer)
Room 8 Washing area and waste
segregation area, de-ionizer plant
1.

Room 9 Sitting arrangement for laboratory
staff
Trauma Center Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory
Total 2 rooms
(Approx. 50 sq. meter)
Room 1 Semi-auto analyzer and
colorimeter
2.

Room 2 Arterial Blood Gas Analyzer and
Electrolyte Analyzer
3. Practical laboratory
-Having water supply, sinks, electric points,
gas supply, cupboards and storage space,
racks for chemicals and over head projector
(OHP)
-Part of the laboratory is used as reagent
preparation room
Capacity of 45 students
(Approx. 110 sq. meter)
4. Postgraduate laboratory
-Equipped with digital balance,
electrophoresis apparatus, chromatography
chamber, spectrophotometer and necessary
reagents
Approx. 30 sq. meter
5. Demonstration Room
-Having capacity of 50 students fitted with
chairs, tables and audio-visual aids
One available
It is used for batch tutorials and
demonstrations


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6. Department library cum seminar room
-Has 324 books in Biochemistry and allied
subjects and journals
Seating capacity of 20 persons
(Approx. 50 sq. meter)
7. Office accommodation
-Separate cabins available for Professor,
Associate Professor, Assistant Professors
-Common rooms with adequate sitting
arrangement for Tutors
-Separate accommodation facility available
for non teaching and clerical staff
Adequate accommodation
available




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Department of Biochemistry, Medical College Vadodara
(Reference: / / -/ . -//)

16. Equipment Program Requirement
(Medical, Scientific and Allied Equipments)

Sr. No. Equipment Available & Place
1. Fully Auto Analyzer
-MIURA was installed on 11/12/2006
in Clinical Chemistry Laboratory
One (Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
2. Semi-auto analyzer
(two Erba Chem 5 Plus V2 installed
on 23/02/2010 and 07/04/2010)
(One Minitechno-installed on
28/03/2007)
Three (Two in Central Clinical
Chemistry Laboratory and one in
Trauma Center Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
3. Arterial Blood Gas Analyzer
(ESCHWEILER Combiline, installed
on 12/06/2009)
One (Trauma Center Clinical
Chemistry Laboratory)
4. Electrolyte Analyzer
(ESCHWEILER Combisys II,
installed on 13/06/2006 as ABG,
Restarted since 28/07/2009 as
electrolyte analyzer)
One (Trauma Center Clinical
Chemistry Laboratory)
5. Centrifuge 4 tubes
(Maharana received from Ansuya
Leprosy Hospital)
Not working
5. Centrifuge 6 tubes 5 No
(Three Almicro- installed on
21/12/2006)
(Two Remi- installed on 16/11/2009)
-Three (Trauma Center Clinical
Chemistry Laboratory)
-Two are not in working condition
6. Centrifuge 16 tubes
(Remi installed on 17/09/2009 )
One (Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
7. Centrifuge 36 tubes
(Remi installed on 08/01/2010)
Four (Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
8. Hot air oven with thermostatic
control
(Three -Biotechnics India installed
on 04/11/2008)
(One Yorco installed on 25/09/2009)
Four (Three Central Clinical
Chemistry Laboratory and One
Trauma Center Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
9. Photo electric digital colorimeter
(M-Tronic- 6 No. installed on
25/06/2008)
-Two in Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory
-Two in Trauma Center Clinical
Chemistry Laboratory
-Two are not in working condition
10. Ion-meter
(Thermo Orion- installed on
12/04/2007)
One (Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)



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11. pH meter
(M-Tronic- 3 No.- installed on
07/07/2008)
(Weltronic- 1 No.- installed on
04/11/2008)
Four (Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
12. Digital balance monopan system
(semi-micro type, manufactured by
EIE)
One (Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
13. Electrophoresis Apparatus with
power supply
One (Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
14. Chromatography chamber Two (Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
15. Electric needle cutter One (Trauma Center Chemistry
Laboratory)
16. Microscope Three (Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory)
17. Refrigerator 4 No.
(LG 265 liters- 2 No.)
(Voltas 310 liters 1 No.)
(GEM 1 No.)

-Two in Central Clinical Chemistry
Laboratory
-One in Trauma Center Clinical
Chemistry Laboratory
-One in undergraduate laboratory



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Department of Biochemistry, Medical College Vadodara
(Reference: / / -/ . -//)

17. Man power Program Requirement

A. Teaching (Full Time)

Sr. No. Requirement Available Sanctioned
1. Professor 1 1
2. Associate Professor 1 3
3. Assistant Professor 3 3
4. Tutor 6 6


B. Technical Staff

Sr. No. Requirement Available Sanctioned
1. Biochemist - 2
2. Laboratory Technician 8 9
3. Laboratory Assistant 8 9

C. Administrative staff

Sr. No. Requirement Available Sanctioned
1. Clerk (full-time) One One
2. Computer Data-entry Operator
(full-time)
One Two
3. Store-keeper (full-time) NIL One

D. Ancillary Staff

Sr. No. Requirement Available Sanctioned
1. Laboratory Attendant (Class IV) 02 03
2. Servant/sweeper 06 06














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DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY

MANPOWER PROGRAMME:

STAFF:

NO POST SANCTIONED FILLED
1 Professor 2 2
2 Associate professor 3 3
3 Assistant professor 4 4
4 Tutor 8 6
5 Lab. Technician 1 1
6 Lab. Assistant 1 1
7 Data entry operator/Clerk 1 1
8 Animal house keeper 1 1
9 Class IV 4 4

STAFF ACCOMODATION:

No Staff Room size
1 Professor & head 240 sq ft
2 Professor 170 sq ft
170 sq ft 3 Associate professor
(2 rooms) 120 sq. ft
4 Assistant professor
(02 rooms)

200 sq ft
125 sq ft
5 Tutors 200 sq. ft

6. Office clerk 144 sq ft



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FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMME:
(i) Demonstration Room :
a) Number Two
b) Accommodation
Size (1) 50 x 20
(2) 25x 30
Capacity 40 students each
c) Audio-Visual equipment available : Epidiascope, Slide Projector and Overhead
Projectors are available

(ii) Museum :
a) Size : 40 x 30
b) Samples are arranged as per the classification of WHO Essential Drug List
c) Number of catalogues of the samples available to the students: 70

d) Total number of drug samples: 1200
e) Various charts, photograph and other exhibits showing classification
and mechanism of action of drugs

(iii) Departmental Library-cum-Seminar Room :
a) Accommodation
Size 30 x 20
Capacity 25-30 members
c) Number of Books in Pharmacology: 286
d) List of J ournals Indian J ournal of Pharmacology
Drug, diseases doctor, BODHI
(iv) Research Laboratory : One
a) Size 16 x 14




(V) PRACTICAL LABORATORIES:

Experimental Pharmacology Clinical Pharmacology
&
Pharmacy
a) Accommodation
Size (1) 30 x 50 (2) 25x 45 30 x 60
Capacity 60 students each 60 students

b) Working arrangement

Seats available 40 each 40

c) Ante-room/preparation room
Size 10 x 10 -
Location Adjacent to Lab -

d) Other teaching aids: Computer for simulated experiments


List of publications by the members of the staff during the last 5 years.

1. H. R. Trivedi, C. B. Tripathi, J . D. Bhatt, K. K. Shah, K.G. Hemavathi;
In-vivo pharmacodynamic interaction between pipecuronium and certain
H
2
blocker. Ind J Pharm 39, 20-24, 2007
2. P K J ha, B. Mazumdar, J D Bhatt; Analgesic activity of Venlafexin and
its interaction with tramadol, celecoxib and Amlodipine in mice.
Ind J Pharm 38, 181-184, 2006
3. A L Bhave, J D Bhatt, K G Hemavathi; Aniulcer effect of Amlodipine and
its interaction with H
2
blocker and proton pump inhibitor in pylorus
ligated rats, Ind J Pharm 38, 403-407, 2006
4. P C Shah, N A Trivedi, J D Bhatt, K G Hemavathi; Effect of Withania
Somnifera on forced swimming test induced immobility in mice and
its interaction with various drugs. Ind J Physio Pharm 50(4), 2006



Department of Microbiology, Medical College Vadodara

A. Functional Program Requirement
Department wise and service wise functional requirement and
Area distribution and room wise sitting capacity

Sr. No. Requirement Available
1. Lecture Hall Available
2. Practical laboratory Available


Two laboratories
200 sq.m. area
3. Demonstration Room Available


One demonstration cum seminar
room
60 Sq. mt.
4. PG laboratory Incorporated in routine service
laboratories.
5. Service vise requirement for individual laboratories
:

(1)Bacteriology including Anaerobic;
(2) Serology;
(3) Virology;
(4) Parasitology;
(5) Mycology;
(6) Tuberculosis; and
(7) Immunology.

Area for each service laboratory have a separate
accommodation for
(1)Media preparation and storage)

(2) Auto Clave Room

(3)Washing & drying room
Available as mentioned below :
Working accommodation for
non-teaching staff
(1) Diagnostic Bacteriology;
Area : 225 sq ft.
(2) Serology,
Total Area : 220 sq. ft
(3) Parasitology;
Area : 210 sq. ft.
(4) Mycology :
Area : 80 sq. ft.
(5)HIV Lab. and Immunology :
Area : 300 sq. ft.
(6) Washing Decontamination
and Sterilization room :
Area : 210 sq. ft.
(7) Media Room :
Area : 90 sq. ft.
(8) Doctors Room :
Area : 50 sq. ft.
(9 )Microscopy Room :
Area : 42 sq. ft.
(10) Anaerobic Bacteriology :
Area : 200 sq. ft.
6. Museum-

Available
Area : 100 sq. ft
7. Departmental Library-

Available
No. of Books : 222
Area : 170 sq. ft.



8. Research laboratory :

AVAILABLE
Area : 150 sq.ft.

9. Accommodation shall be provided for the staff as
under:
1.Professor & Head of the Department

2. Associate Professor/Reader


3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturers

4. Tutor/Demonstrators-

5. Department office cum Clerk room

6. Working accommodation for non-teaching staff
Available

1.Professor & Head of the
Department- ( 180 Sq.ft.)

2. Associate Professor/Reader-
One room (60 Sq.ft.)

3. Asstt. Professor/Lecturers -
Three rooms ( 60 Sq.ft. each)

4. Tutor/Demonstrators-Three
rooms ( 60 Sq.ft. area each)

5. Department office cum Clerk
room - one ( 60Sq.ft.area)




Department of Microbiology, Medical College Vadodara
(Reference: / / -/ . -//)
B.Equipment Program Requirement
(Medical, Scientific and Allied Equipments)
Sr.
No.
Room Instrument and
Equipment
No.

MODEL &
OTHER
DETAILS
Year of
Purchase
1. WASHING AND
DECONTAMINATIO
N ROOM :
1. Autoclave (Vertical)
2. Autoclave
(Horizontal)
1
1
Sun surgical
Unique
enterprise
2008
2009
2. STERILIZATION
ROOM
1. Autoclave
(Horizontal)

2. Hot Air Oven

1

1

Unique
enterprise
Biotechnics
India
2009

2009
3. MEDIA ROOM 1. Weighing Balance
2. pH Meter

3. Water Bath

4. Refrigerator

1
1

1

1

Dhona
Unique
enterprise
Biotechnics
India
Whirlpool
2008
2009

2009

2006





4. DOCTORS ROOM 1. RESEARCH
Microscope
2. Computer with
Printer
1

1
Olympus

Zenith ,
Samsung
2009

2009
5. MICROSCOPY
ROOM
1. Microscopes
2. Staining Reagents
and Glasswares
3 Labex
Borosil
2008
6. DIAGNOSTIC
BACTERIOLOGY
LABORATORY
1. Incubators

2. Refrigerators
3. Hot air oven

4. Centrifuge
2

2
1

1
Jay lab
instruments
Whirlpool
Biotechnics
India
Remi
2009

2006
2009

2009
7. HIV LABORATORY 1. Deep fridge
2. Refrigerator
3. CD 4 Counter

4. ELISA Reader
5. Washer
6. Centrifuge
7. Water Bath

8. VDRL Rotator

9. Computer with
Printer
2
2
1

1
1
1
1

1

1
Blue star
Whirlpool
BD FAX
count
Awareness
Stat fax 2006
Remi
Biotechnics
India
Remi
equipments
Zenith ,
Samsung
2006
2006
2009

2009
2009
2008
2009

2009

2009
8. SEROLOGY
LABORATORY
1. Videocon
2. Incubator
3. ELISA Reader
4. Washer
5. Centrifuge
6. VDRL Rotator
7. Computer with
Printer
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Whirlpool
-
Labsystem
Stat fax 2006
Remi
Yorco
Zenith ,
Samsung
2009
2008
2009
2009
2008
2001
2009
9. MYCOLOGY
LABORATORY
1. Microscope
2. Staining reagents
and Glassware
1 Labex

2008



Department of Microbiology, Medical College Vadodara


C.Man power Program Requirement
Teaching (Full Time)

Sr. No. Post Available Sanctioned post
1. Professor 1 1
2. Associate Professor 1 3
3. Assistant Professor 3 3
4. Tutor 5 5

Technical Staff

Sr. No. Post Available Sanctioned post
1. Laboratory Technicians 7 7
2. Laboratory Assistants nil 2

Administrative staff

Sr. No. Post Available Sanctioned post
1. Clerk (full-time) 1 1
2. Computer Data-entry
Operator (full-time)
1 1
3. Store-keeper (full-time) Nil 1

Ancillary Staff

Sr. No. Post Available Sanctioned post
1. Class IV 6 6
2.
Peon/ Sweepers 1 1
3.
Laboratory Attendant 1 1























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PATHOLOGY DEPT., MEDICAL COLLEGE, BARODA
.
REQUIREMENT OF SERVICE LABORATORY INCLUDING AREA,SCOPE & YEARLY
INVESTIGATIONS AS ASKED BY MCI.

DATE : 2 J UNE,2010
NO. NAME OF LAB AREA(feets) SCOPE INVESTGN/YR COMMENT
1 HISTOPATHOLOGY 49x 30 Tissue biopsy
Frozen section
Hp of SSGH & referred
8000 specimen/yr
14424 blocks /yr
Frozen : 25 /yr

2 CYTOPATHO OPD 25x 11 Patient selection; history &
examination; fine needle
aspiration & smear
preparation;
Tumor, fluid cytology; imprint
cyto; PAP smear examination
Total :12221
CYTOPATHO
(INDOOR)
31x36 history & examination; fine
needle aspiration & smear
preparation ; staining ;
mounting ; reporting
Total :12221
3 CLINICAL PATHO
(INDOOR)





OUTDOOR)
1. 18x31
2. 34x31
Hemogram ;urine; body fluids;
PSMP;AEC; sickling;
electrophoresis; coagulation
profile PT,APTT; retic count;
stool examination; semen
analysis etc

Hemogram;psmp;AEC;platelet
count; urine routine & micro;
stool examination

35443 samples/yr






109446
samples/yr
2. recently
renovated
under
NABL
project
4 PRIMARY SAMPLE
COLLECTION
CENTRE (OPD-8)
34x24 Sample Collection and
receiving centre
109446
samples/yr

5 CL.PATHO
TRAUMA LAB
28x24 CBC,psmp,urine,body fluids 107750
samples/yr
From 2005
onwards
6 AUTOPSY
Reporting room
Grossing room

10x7
13x16
Histopathological examination
of viscera
149/yr











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PATHOLOGY DEPT., MEDICAL COLLEGE, BARODA

PRACTICAL CLASS & TEACHING FACILITY INCLUDING AREA & SCOPE


NO. NAME OF LAB AREA SCOPE
1 MUSEUM 70x356
with central
open space of
518x192
Mounting & preservation of
specimens for teaching
purpose
Sp.mounted- 778
Sp.unmounted- 20
2 PRACTICAL
CLASS
CL.PATH
49.3x30.6
40 students
Microscopes;
Anticoagulants;
Hb;TC;DC;PS
examination;ESR;RBC
indices;
anemia;leukemia;urine
examn;CSF;semen;
3 PRACTICAL
CLASS HP
PREPARATION
ROOM
40x31
40 students
30.6x35
Gen.patho. ; systemic patho;
Autopsy demonstration
Single Practical
Class is used for
both Clinical
Pathology and
Histopathology
practicals at
present.

4 DEMO CUM
SEMINAR
ROOM
30x24
50 students
Conducting seminars ; pg
teaching; demonstrations
-
5 LIBRARY 10x10 6 -7 persons 185 books
6 PG
LABORATORY
12x10 Special stains -
7 STORE 25x22 - -




















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DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY ,MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BARODA.
EQUIPMENTS : MEDICAL , SCIENTIFIC & ALLIED IN DIFFERENT SERVICE LABORATORIES
NO
.
NAME OF
LAB
EQUIPMENTS :
MEDICAL+SCIENTIFIC
MAKE MODEL PURCH
ASE
DATE
EQUIPMENTS:
ALLIED
COMMEN
TS
1 HISTOPAT
HOLOGY

GROSSING TABLE
HISTOKINETTE
MICROTOME
HOT PLATE
TISSUE FLOTATION BATH
MICROSCOPES
CRYOSTAT
ANALYTICAL BALANCE
ANTIGEN RETRIEVAL
UNIT
BINOCULAR
RESEARCHMICROSCOPE
LABCON
BAVIMED
MICROME
ELEC.BRAID&T
ATLOCK
--
--
LEICA
DHONA
BIOGENEX
OLYMPUS
LABCON
2050/2
NF477
--
--
--
CM 1850
200D
EZ-
RETRIEVERSy
stem V.2.1
--
4/3/2010
9/3/1999
--
27/4/197
8
29/3/198
8
--
10/8/200
1
8/1/2010
24/7/200
9
2/9/2009
COMPUTERS
PRINTERS
REFRIGERATO
R
2 CYTOPAT
HO
INDOOR
&
OUTDOOR
CENTRIFUGE COMPUTER
PRINTER
3 CLINICAL
PATHO
INDOOR











CL.PATHO
OUTDOOR

COAGULOMETER
ELECTROPHORESIS
SYSTEM
ANALYTICAL BALANCE
COLORIMETER
CENTRIFUGE
MICROSCOPES
WEIGHING SCALE FOR
BIOMEDICAL -WASTE
DISPOSALE
PH METER
BINOCULAR
RESEARCHMICROSCOPE

COLORIMETER
CENTRIFUGE
MICROSCOPES


STAGO
SYSTRONIC
DHONA
SYSTRONIC
REMI
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OLYMPUS




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REMI
STA OMPACT
604
200D
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1. IHC
STARTUP
IN
PROCESS

2. We are
using good
quality
Binocular
microscope
s in
majority
the sections
of the
department.

3. We are
using
Refrigerator
s of
Branded
companies
with digital
display of
temperature
in many of
them
5 AUTOPSY
Reporting
room
Grossing
room
MICROSCOPES COMPUTER
PRINTER































6 MUSEUM - -
7 PRACTIC
AL CLASS
CL.PATH
MICROSCOPES COMPUTER
PRINTER
OVERHEAD
PROJ ECTOR
SLIDE
PROJ ECTOR

8 PRACTIC
AL CLASS
HP

MICROSCOPES COMPUTER
PRINTER
OVERHEAD
PROJ ECTOR
SLIDE
PROJ ECTOR

9 DEMO
CUM
SEMINAR
ROOM
- COMPUTER
PRINTER
OVERHEAD
PROJ ECTOR
SLIDE
PROJ ECTOR

10 LIBRARY - COMPUTER
PRINTER WITH
INTERNET

11 PG
LABORAT
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MICROSCOPE
CENTRIFUGE
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DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY ,MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BARODA



1.TEACHING STAFF ( FULL TIME )

FILLED UP SANCTIONED
PROFESSORS 2 2
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 7 7
ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 6 6
TUTORS 12 12


2.TECHNICAL STAFF : TECHNICIANS & ASSISTANTS

FILLED UP SANCTIONED
TOTAL 18 18


3.ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

FILLED UP SANCTIONED
CLERICAL STAFF 1 1


4.ANCILLARY STAFF

FILLED UP SANCTIONED
DATA ENTRY OPERATOR 1 1
CLASS-4 SERVANTS 9 9














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BLOOD BANK,SSG HOSPITAL & MEDICAL COLLEGE, BARODA
.
REQUIREMENT OF SERVICE LABORATORY INCLUDING AREA,SCOPE &
YEARLY INVESTIGATIONS AS ASKED BY MCI.

DATE : 1 J UNE,2010
NO. NAME OF
LAB
AREA SCOPE INVESTGN/YR
1 BLOODBANK


COMPONENTS
214.75
Sq.M

87.41
Sq.M
Blood grouping & cross-
matching ;
Preparation of Donors;
Issue of whole blood; RCC;
platelets;
FFP ;
cryoprecipitate
10000 UNITS/yr

1795 total
COMPONENTS/yr


BLOOD BANK,SSG HOSPITAL & MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BARODA.
EQUIPMENTS : MEDICAL , SCIENTIFIC & ALLIED IN DIFFERENT SERVICE
LABORATORIES

NO. NAME OF LAB EQUIPMENTS
MEDICAL+SCIENTIFIC
EQUIPMENTS:
ALLIED
1 BLOODBANK &
COMPONENTS
BLOOD STORAGE CABINETS
-40 C DEEP FREEZERS
-80 C DEEP FREEZERS
MEDICAL REFRIGERATORS
DOMESTIC REFRIGERATORS
LAB CENTRIFUGES
REFRIGERATED CENTRIFUGES
PLATELET AGITATOR & INCUBATOR
BLOOD COLLECTION MONITOR
TUBE SEALER
ELISA READER & WASHER
(SEMIAUTOMATED)
ELISA READER & WASHER( FULLY
AUTOMATED)
VDRL SHAKER
INCUBATORS
AUTOCLAVES
COMPO SCALE
PH METER
CRYOBATH
PLASMA THAWING BATH
WEIGHING BALANCE
MICROSCOPE
COMPUTERS
PRINTERS





BLOOD BANK, SSG HOSPITAL & MEDICAL COLLEGE ,BARODA

1.TEACHING STAFF ( FULL TIME )
FILLED UP SANCTIONED

BLOOD BANK OFFICER 1 1


2.TECHNICAL STAFF : TECHNICIANS & ASSISTANTS

FILLED UP SANCTIONED
TOTAL 15 15


3.ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
FILLED UP SANCTIONED

CLERICAL STAFF 2 2
DATA ENTRY OPERATOR 2 2


4.ANCILLARY STAFF

FILLED UP SANCTIONED
STAFF NURSE 3 4
SOCIAL WORKER 1 2























Department of Forensic Medicine
Govt. Medical
College,
Vadodara
Sr No
Post Sanctioned
posts
Available Staff
1 Professor 01 01
2 Associate
Professor
03 03
3 Assistant
Professor
04 04
4 Tutors 05 04
5 Lab.
Technician
02 01
6 Lab.
Attendants
02 02
7 Steno-Typist 01 01
8 Storekeeper
cum Clerk
01 00
9 Sweepers 04 03



Department of Forensic Medicine
Accommodation Available in Deptt.
A. OFFICE:
a) Professor and HOD: : Size 8.8X4.4 Sq.mtr.
b) Associate Professors/Readers : 1. Size 4.25X 3.6 Sq,mtr.
2. Size- 4.25X3.6 Sq.mtr.
c) Asst. Professors/Lecturers : Size- 3.5X3.5 Sq.mtr.
d) Tutors/Demonstrators : Size 3.5X2.5 Sq.mtr.
e) Non-teaching and clerical staff : Size 7.0X5.0 Sq.mtr.
B. Demonstration Room: Two (Capacity: 60 Student Each)
1. On Upstairs : Size: 13.5 X 9 Sq.mtr.
2. Ground Floor : Size: 11 X 6 Sq.mtr.
C. Museum cum Laboratory: Size: 9X8.75 Sq.mtr.
D. Research Lab: Size: 8X 3.75 Sq.mtr.
E. Library cum Seminar room: Size: 6.5X 4.75 Sq.mtr.





Department of Forensic Medicine


Govt. Medical College,
Vadodara Sr No.
Name of Equipments Available
1 Weighing machine dial type
human
2
2 Equipment for reporting hight 2
3 Balance chemical 1
4 Balance, single pair for
weighing foetus
1
5 Weighing machine for
weighing dead bodies
2
6 Weighing machine for organs 2
7 Folding metal scale to measure
upto 7 ft.
1
8 Steel tape roll 2
9 Warnier calipers 1
10 Autopsy table 6
11 Styker autopsy saw with
accessories
3
12 Hacksaw 4
13 Dissection sets consisting of
cartilage knife, bone cutting
forceps scissors, straight &
curved enterotome, scalples,
knives, blades, probes
4
14 Metal scale graduated in cms 4
15 Rib shears (right 7 left) 4
16 Viscerotome with attachments
for illumination (Battery
operated)
00
17 SLR camera with accessories 00
18 Microscope student type 30
19 Binocular microscope research
type
4
20 Stop-watch 2
21 X-ray view box 1 in 4 5
22 X-ray view box 2 in 1 4
23 BP apparatus 5
24 Anthropometric set 00
25 Automatic tissue processing
machine
00
26 Microtom with knife 00
27 Hot plates 00
28 L. Mode 00



29 Leather strops 00
30 Parafin bath embeding 00
31 Slide warming table 00
32 Stone carbarandon 00
33 Water bath 00
34 Distilation plant 00
35 Brain knife 1
36 Block holder 00
37 Digital spectrometer 00
38 Digital PH meter 00
39 Electric Auto slide
projector
00
40 Glass cutting pencil 1
41 Hand set heat sealer 1
42 Spectroscope lens with
adjustable slit
00
43 Refrigerator 00
44 Cold storage for
keeping dead bodies
00
45 Deep freezer for
keeping tissues
00
46 Video camera, TV &
VCR
00
47 Instrument cabinet,
Instrument trolly,
Filing cabinets with
folders, Almirah for
keeping files
Adequate


Note: - Equipments / Instruments are placed in Laboratory and post-mortem Room.















Govt. Medical College, Vadodara
Department of Forensic Medicine
Mortuary Block
a) Distance from the department 100 meters

b) Size
1. Post mortem Room no. 1 -- 7.5 x 5.5 sq. mtr with 4

stainless steel autopsy table.
2. Post mortem Room no. 2 4.9 x 4.4 sq. mtr with
1 stainless steel autopsy table.
c) student observation facilities

1. level type Level type

2. gallery type ---

3. capacity 30 students in P.m. Room

d) No. of autopsy tables available : 5 stainless steel

e) light, ventilation and exhaust arrangements : adequate

f) Water supply, drainage, Adequate

washing arrangements &
disposal of waste.
g) Fly proofing Adequate

h) Cold room/cooling cabinets:

1. Size 2.65 X 2.5 X 1.9 cub. Mtr.
2. Capacity 4 cold room cabinets of capacity of 6

bodies in each ( total 24 bodies capacity )
i) Equipments : Adequate equipments for performing all

kind of Post-Mortems like dissection sets,
Weighing machines, Anthropometric sets, etc.



j) No. of medico legal
postmortems done during (2007) (2008) (2009)
the last 3 years 1728 1712 1675
k) No. of students attending one 20 students per case
postmortem
l) No. of postmortem done by 10
a students during the course
a) Whether record of postmortem Yes

Cases kept by students?






Department Of Pediatrics
Staff
Teaching Staff
Sr. No. Designation Sanctioned Filled
1 Professor 1 1
2 Associate Professor 3 3
3 Assistant Professor 8 8

Non Teaching Staff

Sr. No. Designation No.
1 Lab Technician 1
2 Lab Technical Assistant 1
3 Laboratory Attendants 0
4 Store Keeper 1
5 Social Worker 1
6 Health Educator 1
7 Record Clerk 1
8 HMIS Data Entry Operator 2
9 Child Psychologist 0
10 Dietician 1
10 Peon 1
Total 10

Teaching Area

Sr. No. Room Size
( Square Feet)
1 Clinical Demonstration Room 375
2 Departmental Library Cum Seminar
Room
880
3 Research Laboratory 150



Inpatient
Department
Number Of
Teaching Beds
Number Of
Units
Number Of Beds Per Unit
Pediatrics 130
+
40 Service Beds
4 40 Beds / Professor
90 (30 Beds /Associate
Professor)


Area




Sr .No. Ward Area
( Square Feet)
1 Baby Room (Intramural NICU) 2040
2 Extramural NICU 2472
3 Ward -17 Ground Floor 3366
4 Ward -17 Second Floor 3150
5 Ward -16 Ground Floor 5988
6 Ward -16 First Floor 5640
7 OPD 825
Total 23481


Office Accommodation

Sr .No Room Size
( Square Feet)
1 Professor & HOD 165
2 Associate Professor(No.3) 495
(165 3)
3 Assistant Professors
(No-5)
475
4 Registrars /
Sr. Residents
100
5 J r. Residents 100
6 Non Teaching &
clerical Staff
144


Special Clinics conducted by Department Of Pediatrics
Sr. No Clinic Average Attendance
/ Year
1 Well Baby Clinic 3500
2 Epilepsy Clinic 1900
3 Nephrology Clinic 1400
4 HRC Clinic 1100
5 Asthma Clinic 50
6 Adolescent Clinic 200









Instrument Record
Extramural NICU
S. No. Instrument Name Company Number Use
1 Warmer Shreeyas (old) 6 NICU
Shreeyas (New) 6 NICU
Zeal 2 NICU
2 Phototherapy shreeyas(New) 4 NICU
3 Pulse Oxymeters EMCO 3 NICU
Schiller 10 NICU
4 Infusion Pump Devay infusa 101p 20 NICU
EMCO 1 NICU
5 Ventilator Drager 2 NICU
6 CPAP Fisher -Paykel 2 NICU
7 Neopuff Fisher -Paykel 1 NICU
8 Electronic Weighting scale Zankhana Equipment 1 NICU
9 Trolley ( crash cart) alkon 2 NICU
10 Computer 1 NICU
11 Suction machine 1 NICU
12 Nebulizer Emed Model A140 1 NICU
13 NIBP Machine L & T 1 NICU
14 laryngoscope 2 NICU
Blades 6 NICU
15 Ambu Bag 6 NICU
16 O2 Hood 7 NICU
17 Needle Cutter 8 NICU

WARD 17-A ( Annex + PICU + Emergency Room)

Sr.
No.
Instrument Name Company Number Use
1 Ventilator Babylog 1 ER
Microvent 1 ER
2 Trolley ( crash cart) Alkon 2 ER
3 Pulse Oxymeters EMCO 1 ER
4 Suction machine 1 ER
5 Porteble xray Machine Vision A100 1 ER
6 Neopuff Fisher-Paykel 1 ER
7 Nebulizer Emed Model A140 2 ER
8 O2 Hood 2 ER
9 O2 cylinder 2 ER
10 Electronic Weighting scale Zankhana Equipment 1 ER



Ward -17

S. No. Instrument Name Company Number Use
1 Nebulizer Emed Model A140 2 Ward -17
2 Glucomhgeter OMNI 1 Ward -17
3 Pulse Oxymeters EMCO 2 Ward -17
4 O2 Hood 2 Ward -17
5 Electronic Weighting scale Zankhana Equipment 2 Ward -17
6 Infusion Pump Emco 1 Ward -17
7 Needle Cutter 2 Ward -17
8 ECG Machine 1 Ward -17
9 Trolley ( crash cart) alkon 2 Ward -17
Baby Room Intramural NICU

S. No. Instrument Name Company Number Use
1 Capnograph 1 BR
2 NIBP Machine L&T 1 BR
BP CUFF NO. 5 1 BR
BP CUFF NO. 4 3 BR
BP CUFF NO. 3 2 BR
3 Pulse Oxymeters EMCO 5 BR
L & T 1 BR
4 Infusion Pump Emco 10 BR
5 O2 Hood 8 BR
6 warmer shreeyas 14 BR
7 Ventilator Drager 3 BR
8 CPAP Fisher -Paykel 1 BR
Brethline 1 BR
9 Ambu Bag 2 BR
10 Laryngoscope 4 BR
11 Glucometer OMNI 1 BR
12 Electronic Weighting scale 1 BR
13 Billirubino meter 1 BR
14 PCV Meter 1 BR
15 Nebulizer Emed Model A-140 1 BR
16 Phototherapy Shreyas 4 BR
17 Emergency light 1 BR
18 Neopuff Fisher -Paykel 1 BR
19 Computer 1 BR
20 Trolley ( crash cart) alkon 1 BR
21 Needle Cutter 1 BR



Department of Preventive & Social Medicine

MCI Information

A. Staff Details:
Sr.
No.
Designation Sanctioned Filled
1 Professor 2 2
2 Associate Professor 3 3
3 Assistant Professor 3 3
4 Statistician cum Lecturer 1 -
5 Epidemiologist cum Lecturer 1 1
6 Tutor +LMO
8 8
7 Medical Social Worker 3 3
8 Technical Asst./Technician 3 1
9 Stenographers 2 1
10 Record Clerk 1 1
11 Storekeeper 1 0
12 Sweepers 1 0
Rural Health Training Centre
1 Medical Officer of Health cum Lecturer/Asst Professor 1 1
2 Lady Medical Officer 1 1
3 Medical Social Worker 2 1
4 Public Health Nurse 1 1
5 Health Inspector 2 0
6 Health Educator 2 0
7 Technical Assistant/Technician 2 0
8 Peon 1 2
9 Van Driver 1 1
10 Storekeeper 1 0
11 Record Clerk 1 0
12 Sweepers 2 0
Urban Health Training Centre

1 Medical Officer of Health cum Lecturer/Asst Professor 1 1
2 Lady Medical Officer 1 1
3 Medical Social Worker 2 1
4 Public Health Nurse 1 1
5 Health Inspector 2 0
6 Health Educator 2 0
7 Technical Assistant/Technician 2 0



8 Peon 1 2
9 Van Driver 1 1
10 Storekeeper 1 0
11 Record Clerk 1 0
12 Sweepers 2 0
Post Graduate Students
3
rd
Year 3
2
nd
Year 7
1
st
Year 7



B. BUILDINGS:

(i) Demonstration Room :

a) Number One
b) Accommodation (of each demonstration room)

i) Size 25 x 15

ii) Capacity 30

c) Audio-visual equipment available. LCD, OHP, Laptop

(ii) Laboratory:

a) Accommodation

Size 30x15
Capacity 25

b) Working arrangement

Seats available 25
Water supply yes
Sinks yes (one)
Electric points yes (08)
Cupboard for storage of microscope, slides etc

c) Number of Microscopes Dissecting 44
Other - 5
d) Laboratory Manuals kept by students.




e) Close circuit TV/any other teaching aids. LCD
OHP-1
VIDEO CONFERENCE
VIRTUAL CLASS ROOM
WHITE BOARD

(iii) Museum :
a) Size : 2754 Sq. Ft
b) How are the specimens arranged? Display Panels
c) Give Number of each: 6 units Centre
6 units Sides
c) Coverage of various fields in Community Medicine by charts, Models etc.
Charts - 147
Specimens - 147
Panels - 35
Instruments - 33
e) Catalogues of the specimens available to the students.
Seating arrangement for students
Type Tables:- 6
Number Chairs:- 12
Benches: - 10
(iv) Departmental Library-cum-Seminar Room :
a) There is a separate departmental library.
b) Accommodation
i) Size 15 x 15
ii) Capacity 30




List of journals WHO Bulletin
Indian J ournal of Community
Medicine
Indian journal of Occupational &
Environmental Medicine
Indian Pediatrics
Indian J ournal of Public Health
WHO Chronicles
d) Teaching Aids - OHP
- Blackboard
(v) Research Laboratory : No
a) Size
b) Equipment
* No. of students registered for DPH/M.D./Ph.D. in Community Medicine
during the last three years.

2009 2008 2007

1) Diploma 4 4 2

2) Degree 4 4 1


* List of publications by the members of the staff during the last 3 years.

Publication of PSM department (Last 3 years)

A) Published articles

1. Multidrug Resistant Vibrio Cholerae in an Epidemic at Padra Baroda,
Indian J ournal of Community Medicine,Bithika Dattaroy, Shobha Misra, IJ CM,
Vol 30, No 4, Oct-Dec 2005, P 146-147.




2. Prevalence of goitre in 6-12 years school going children of Panchmahal
district in Gujarat, India.S.Misra, S.L.Kantharia, J .R.Damor. Indian J Med Res.,
Nov. 2007, pp 475-479

3. Evaluation of Operational Efficiency of National Anti-
Malaria Programme in High Risk rural areas of Vadodara,
Gujarat. Dipak Solanki, Shobha Misra, IJ CM, Oct-Dec 2007

B) Articles accepted for publication
1) Measuring Knowledge about HIV among Youth : A Baseline Survey for urban
slums of Vadodara, Sangita Patel, Indian journal of sexually transmitted diseases.

2) A case control study of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and its association with
Cu- T (Indian J ournal Obs. And Gynaec)

3) "Health Seeking Behavior And Utilization By Pregnant Mothers In Vadodara
Slums", Sangita Patel, Parul Katara, (Indian J ournal Obs. And Gynaec)

4) RTIs, STIs and AIDS Prevention related training at Hospital Medical College,
Gujarat-A feedback from participants. Indian J Sex Transm Dis & AIDS 2009;
Vol. 30, No. 2, pp 119-120.

5) Role of Naturopathy in Acne cure- Swasth J eevan, Issue of August 2009,pp
21-26.

6) Reproductive health awareness among rural school going adolescents of
Vadodara district- Indian J Sex Transm Dis & AIDS 2009; Vol. 30, No. 2.pp 81-
86.

VI) OFFICE ACCOMMODATION
a) Professor and HOD: 20x15 One Room
4x4 Toilet Attached

Professor: 20x15 Room

b) Associate Professors/Readers: 10x24 x2
9x9 x1



c) Asst. Professors/Lecturers: 10x10 x2
8x8 x1
d) Statistician-cum-Lecturer: 8x8
e) Epidemiologist-cum-Lecturer: 8x8
f) Tutors/Demonstrators/Sr. Residents: 8x8 x3
g) Departmental Office-cum-Clerical room: 30x8
h) Non-teaching staff : 24x10


(vii) HEALTH CENTRES (Rural and Urban)
R.H.C./P.H.C. URBAN HEALTH

CENTRE
I II III

a) Names of the
Centers:
RHTC Padra
1. CHC Padra
2. Bhayli PHC
3. Sokhda PHC
C.P.G.P.
b) Location of each Center: 1. Padra Ta. Padra
2. Bhayli, TaVadodara
3. Sokhada
Ta.Vadodara
Dist. Vadodara
S.S.G.Hospital, Vadodara
c) Population covered by
each center:
1. 30,000(Padra)
2. 30,000 (Bhayli PHC)
3. 32,972(Sokhada)
5000
d) Distance from the
college:
1. Padra 15 km
2. Bhayli 10 km
3. Sokhda 12 Km
-

e) Transport facilities for :
1. Students & Interns
Staff 2 x 20 seater Bus
Supportive Staff 1 J eep




2. (i) Number of Vehicles 3
(ii) Capacity of each Vehicle 20 +20 +8

3. Control of Vehicles
Departmental All 3
Central
f) There are Hostel facilities at the Rural Health Centers.

g) Messing facilities are also available.

i) Health Centres are partially (only for training) under control with the college.


II. Methodology
(For duration of the entire course)
Number
1
st
MBBS. 2
nd
MBBS 3
rd
MBBS
1) Didactic Lectures 37 25 101

2) Demonstrations

3) Tutorials 15 9

4) Seminars conducted during the year.
(Number of students attending each) 24
5) Practicals





a) Rural Practice Field :

Type of instruction Subject Time Spent Year of the
student in
Medical College
Observation Demonstration Participation
Rural
Health
Services
6 Hours III/I VISIT DISCUSSION



b) Urban Practice Field :
c) Field visits are organized by the department for the following subject

1. Vital statistics Medical Record & Statistics Dept.
Birth & Death Registration Office
2. Environmental sanitation Water Treatment Plant
Sewage Treatment Plant
Pollution control Board
3. Communicable/non-communicable Diseases.
Dist. TB Centre
Malaria / Filaria Control
Leprosy Hospital
HIV Counselling Centre
Mental Hospital
ARV Clinic
4. Public Health Laboratory Service PHL Visit



5. Maternal & Child Health & Family Welfare planning
Family Planning Centre
Post Partum Programme
Under-5-clinic
Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative
ICDS
6. School Health Service
7. Others (Specify) Urban health Centre
Nari Suraksha Gruh
CDHO
Occupational health
d) Clinical Social Case reviews are reviewed by a student during his/her career in
the Medical College.

e) Study of Family & Community Health Survey is carried out.

f) Family case studies - Epidemiological Case report
prepared by student



6. TEACHING HOSPITAL

1. In patient department

Tuberculosis

Venereal Diseases

Leprosy
Poliomyelitis
Infectious & Communicable diseases
Non-Communicable diseases
Hypertension



Diabetes
Tuberculosis
Malaria
Cancer &
Other

2. The hospital teaching program in Preventive and Medicine is organized and
Coordinated by Dean/Principal of the college and other college staff.



3. Average no. of students posted at a time: 50 students
6 weeks each in II & III/I MBBS


4. Clinical Teaching includes bedside clinics conducted by AP/Tutor. Students
taught writing case histories in a prescribed book, conduct clinical social case
reviews by actual visit to the family (Epidemiology visit), being corrected by
Faculty AP/Asso./Prof.

Reviews assessed by the staff of the department.

There are facilities too for teaching and demonstration for preventive health
services in any infectious diseases like Infectious Hepatitis, cholera, Typhoid,
Rabies, Measles etc. at Infectious Disease Hospital with adequate time allotment.


5. Record and filing system at the rural and urban field practice areas taught from
the maintenance of records.


6. Outpatient Department :

A separate Curative & Preventive General Practice (CPGP) OPD run at SSG
Hospital to arrange case study for students. Clinical outpatient teaching
conducted by tutors.

Dept. of PSM gives demonstrations in collaboration with other clinical
departments in the outpatient department too.

Department is not running immunization clinic at present.




7. Other teaching/training activities like Pre-service IMNCI, IYCF, RNTCP are held
too.

8. Integrated teaching like Breast Feeding with Departments like Physiology,
Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, Adolescent Health with Pediatrics,
Physiology, Psychiatry and Obstetrics & Gynecology.


9. Records keeping with J ournals, Record books are maintained and
Assessed by J unior Staff.
Theory and Practicals (spots & viva) Exams are held.

Time table of lectures, demonstrations, seminars, tutorials, practical and field
activities are put on notice board for students.


7) INTERNSHIP TRAINING


1. Period of posting in the department 2 month

2. Pattern of posting Period


a. Rural Health Centre/Primary Health Centre- 1 month
b. Urban Health Centre 1 month
c. Other postings like

National Health Programmes
Anti-Rabies Vaccine Clinics
Immunization
School Health - During Govt Programme
Family Welfare Planning
Any other postings - Surveys of Department
as & when required






MUSEUM CATALOGUE

SrNo ITEM NO
1 CHARTS 103
2 PANELS 35
3 DISPLAY PANEL (CENTRE) 6
4 DISPLAY PANEL (SIDES) 6
5 DISPLAY PANEL CHARTS 44
6 PHOTOGRAPHS 413
7 SPECIMENS 147
8 INSTRUMENTS 33
9 LARGE TABLES 19
10 SMALL TABLES 5
11 CUPBOARDS 5
12 CHAIRS 12
13 BENCHES 2
14 BOARDS 2


Department Library

Sr. No. Title No. of Copies
1 Text Books 1093
2 J ournals, bulletins, WHO-TRS etc. 928
3 Dissertation and Studies 58
4 Projects & Reports 99



* Papers presented at International Level Conference
1) International Conference e-poster, abstract no: CDD144 ,5th IAS Conference on HIV
Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention Cape Town, 19-22 J uly 2009,Abstract title:
Study of HIV positive cases attending Integrated Counseling and Testing Center (ICTC),
Baroda, India - A Gender Perspective.

* Papers presented at National Level Conference
1) Effect of antenatal counseling on initiation of breast feeding- WON AWARD (Non
Thematic)

DR. GEETIKA MADAN,



DR. PREETI PANCHAL
DR. V.S. MAZUMDAR

Papers presented at State Level Conference
1 ) Evaluation of ICTC team training WON 1
ST
PRIZE (HIV Thematic)
DR CHANDRESH PANDYA
DR ANKIT SHAH
DR VIHANG MAZUMDAR
DR SHOBHA MISRA

2) Prevalence of hypertension among school going adolescents in Baroda city
DR R.K. BAXI
DR CHINTAN DASHARATHA
DR A. T. PATHAK

3) Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY) an overview
DR. CHANDRESH PANDYA
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR,

4) Effect of antenatal counseling on initiation of breast feeding- WON 2
nd
PRIZE (Non
Thematic)

DR. GEETIKA MADAN,
DR. PREETI PANCHAL
DR. V.S. MAZUMDAR

5) Validation of the reported immunization data of rural Vadodara
DR HARSH BAKSHI
DR S. V. PATEL
DR V. S. MAZUMDAR
6) Willingness to pay user charges by patients attending government hospital
DR. KALPITA SHRINGARPURE
DR. S. V. PATEL
DR. V. S. MAZUMDAR
DR. R. K. BAXI

7) Situational analysis of medical certification cause of death (MCCD) scheme in
Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, 2006
DR KAMLESH J AIN
TUTOR

8) Perspectives of district quality assurance officers on quality assurance program for
reproductive health services, Gujarat state
SL KANTHARIA
SHOBHA MISRA,
DEVESH PATEL,



PARAG CHAVDA

9) A proposed new format of data tool (form. 6) for reporting reproductive and child
health (RCH) services related data - WON 1
ST
PRIZE (Poster Presentation)
DR RASHENDU PATEL,
DR V. S. MAZUMDAR

10) Early breast feeding practices among women who had normal delivery in SSG
hospital
DR APEKSHA.C.MODI
DR J .R.DAMOR
DR V.S.MAZUMDAR

11) Adapting us-based programs: novel formative findings regarding disclosure of HIV
status among persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in Gujarat, India
DR. SANGITA PATEL
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR,

12) Vector control activities in urban malaria scheme under Vadodara Mahanagar Seva
Sadan- functionaries perspective
DR. SHOBHA MISRA
DR. D M SOLANKI
DR V.S.MAZUMDAR
DR S.L.KANTHARIA
DR. SAURABH SHARMA

13) Fathers and mothers involvement in the care of their children aged 3-8 years-
a study from Baroda.
DR. URVASHI R. PANCHAL( RESIDENT 2
ND
YEAR. DPH
DR. SHOBHA MISRA (ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR)
DR.R.K.BAXI (PROFESSOR)
DR. V.S. MAZUMDAR (HEAD OF DEPARTMENT)






Sponsored Research Projects: (Last three years)

Sr.
No
Duration Dept.&
Institution/Organization

Particulars Sponsor
1)



2)

2010



2010





PSM Dept.- Vadodara
and Municipal
Corporation, Vadodara

PSM Dept.- Vadodara
MICS ( Multi Indicator
Cluster Survey) in
Vadodara Urban Slums.


SEVAK Project
Municipal
Corporation,
Vadodara

American
Asso.of
Physicians of
Indian Origin(AAPI)
3) 2009 PSM Dept.-Vadodara IDD Survey, Vadodara
RDD Zone
State Nutrition
Cell,
Gandhinagar,
GOG

4) 2008 UNFPA Evaluation of Quality
Assurance Prgram,
Gujarat
UNFPA
5) 2008 Govt. of Gujarat Evaluation of Operational
Efficiency of Urban
Malaria Scheme
GOG
6)

7)




2008


2008


Govt. of Gujarat,
Gandhinagar.

Gandhinagar
Multi Indicator Cluster
Survey of Panchmahal
District
Prevalence of Eye
problems in Primary
school children of urban
Baroda.
GOG

GOG




8) 2006-07 Govt. of Gujarat,
Gandhinagar
Prevalence of Eye
problems in primary
school children of urban
Baroda
GOG
9) 2006-07 Indian Association of
PSM, Gujarat Chapter
Vitamin A Coverage
Evaluation Survey,
Gujarat (Rural), Co-
coordinator
UNICEF










DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE

Sr.
No.
Teaching Staff Sanctioned
post
Filled post
1 Professor 2 1
2 Add..Prof. 4 3
3 Associate
Professor
1 1
4 Assistant Professor 14 13
NON-TEACHING STAFF
1 Technician 4 1
2 Clerk 3 0
3 Store Keeper 2 0
4 ECG Technician 4 2
5 Nephro.
Technician
2 1
6 Lab. Asst./Class-4 4 0
7 Steno- Typist 2 1




INFRASTRUCTURE OF MEDICINE DEPARTMENT


WARDS

TOTAL 7 units
No. of Beds in HOD and Professors units (2 units)- 40 beds each
No. of Beds in other 5 units 30 in each unit
Total number of Beds 230 beds
No. of Students classrooms- 7 ( size 15x30 sq.ft. each, with capacity of 35-40
students )
Ward Office- 7 (10x8 sq.ft. each)
Ward Laboratory 7 ( 8x6 sq. ft. each)

OPD

Staff members chambers 3 ( one-18x10 sq. ft.,two of 12x10 each)
Resident rooms-2 (10x10 each)
Waiting area for patients-common lobby of hospital
Chamber for Speciality clinics (Resipratory clinic, Cardiac Clinic and Diabetes
clinic





Other Wards
Emergency ward- 12 beds
ICCU- 8 beds
ICU 6 beds
Nephrology unit. 2 beds for haemodialysis and 3 for peritoneal dialysis

Available Office Space for the Department

HOD Room (one): 20x15 sq. ft.
Professor Room(one): 15x10 sq. ft.
Additional Professor Rooms(three): 15x10 sq. ft.
Associate & Assistant Prof. 7 Cubicles : 10x8 sq. ft.
Computer Room(one): 10x8 sq. ft.
Departmental Library cum Seminar Room: 25x30 sq. ft.
Library books- Departmental library- 166 books, Central library- 750 books
























DEPARTMENT OF PULMONARY MEDICINE

No. of units 1, Bed : 55 ( Teaching 30, Service 25)

Present Staff strength

Sanctioned Filled
1. Professor 1 1
2. Reader (Asso.Prof) 1 1
3. Lecturer (Asst.Prof) 2 2

Available office space for the Dept.
OPD ROOM :- OPD -17-A, in OPD Building Approx.- 25 x 12.
Office Room :- 17-C (1) in OPD Building, Approx.- 15 x 12 Professor Room
(2) in OPD Building, Approx. 25 x 12 with partition for Asso.
Professor and Assit. professors
Teaching Room : For UG & PG Students, 17-B in OPD Building, 25 x 12.
Wards :
TB Ward : Ward no. 15 SSG Hospital campus, Bed strength 20
Chest Ward : Ward no. 22, SSG Hospital Campus, Bed strength 15
DOTS PLUS WARD : Ward no. 21, SSG Hospital Campus, Bed strength 20




Instrument Facilities in Dept.
Instrument Situation
Wholebody plethysmography with
DLCO
Chest Ward, SSG Hospital
PC Based spirometre Chest Ward, SSG Hospital
Multipara Monitor Chest Ward, SSG Hospital
Breath CO analyzer Chest Ward, SSG Hospital

Indoor Ward Facility
Nebulizer
Suction Machine
Laryngoscope





DEPARTMENT OF SKIN VD, MEDICAL COLLEGE VADODARA
DETAILS OF STAFF (TEACHING/ NON-TEACHING), INSTRUMENTS,
EQUIPMENTS & INFRASTRUCTURE
A. Functional Program
S. No. Rooms Number
1 Patient Examination Room 1
2 Procedure Rooms 2
3 Teachers Cabins 3
4 Resident Room 1
B. Teaching Staff
Designation No. of Posts Sanctioned No. of Posts Filled
Professor 1 1
Additional Professor 1 1
Assistant Professor 3 3
C. Non- Teaching Staff
Designation No. of Posts Sanctioned No. of Posts Filled
Lab Technician 1 1
Data Operator 2 2
Sister 1 1
Peon 1 1
D. PG Registration - Every year 1 MD and 2 Diploma candidates are registered
Designation No. of Posts Sanctioned No. of Posts Filled
R3 1 (M.D.) 1
R2 3 (1 M.D., 2 D.V.D) 3
R1 3(1 M.D., 2 D.V.D) 3
E. Beds in Ward (Skin VD)
Sanctioned Beds 30

F. List of Instruments
S. No Name of instrument/ equipment
1 Radiofrequency
2 Electrocautery
3 CO2 Laser machine
4 Whole body PUVA chamber
5 PUVA unit
6 Electrolysis machine
7 Microderma abrasion
8 Cryocan/ Cryospray
9 Iontophoresis
10 Dermojet
11 Dermoscope
12 Woods lamp
13 Microscope



Department of Psychiatry

A) Functional Programme


Bed strength Required Existing Deficit
Psychiatry Ward for Indoor treatment 30 30 0
De-addiction Centre 8 8 0

Note: Institute for Mental Health, Karaelibaug, Vadodara, having 300 beds capacity, has
been affiliated for academic purpose with Medical College Baroda. It is located at around
2.5 km from the Medical College.



OPD area / Dept. office Existing Location
Waiting area Common for the hospital Outside the OPD
Enquiry/Record room Common for the hospital On the ground floor of hospital
Examination/Clinic rooms Present 4 cubicles Inside the OPD
Office area for the staff Present 2 cubicles Inside the OPD
Case demonstration room Present 1 cubicle Inside the OPD
Patient examination cubicle Present Opposite the OPD
Dispensary Common for the hospital On the ground floor of hospital
Departmental Library 275 books & 29 journals Inside the OPD




Ward area 625 sq. ft. X 2 wards Existing Location
Nurses Duty Room Present 12 X 12 ft. Centre of the ward
Laboratory Central laboratory of the
hospital
In the hospital
premises
Examination / Treatment room (ECT
room)
Present Centre of the ward
Ward Pantry Present 12 X 12 ft. Inside the ward
Store Room Present Inside the ward
Resident Doctors Room Present Centre of the ward
Clinical Demonstration Room Present - 15 X 20 ft. Behind the ward








B) Equipment Programme

Existing Location
E.C.T. machine preferably with EEG monitoring 1 (sine wave) In the ward
E.E.G. machine 1 In the ward
Lithium analyzer 0 -
Bio-feedback machine (sets) 1 In the ward
Thin layer chromatography (for drug dependence) 0 -
Alcohol breath analyzer 0 -
Psychological Tests equipments:
1) Projective tests
2) Intelligence tests
3) Personality tests
4) Neuropsychological tests
5) Memory tests
1 sets In the OPD
Boyles apparatus / Resuscitation trolly 1 In the ward
Audio-visual instruments 1 multi-media projector In the ward
Ophthalmoscope 0 -
BP instrument 1 In the ward


C) Man power Programme

Sanctioned Filled up
Professor 1 1
Associate Professor 1 1
Assistant Professor 3 3
Clinical Psychologist 1 0
Senior Resident 1 1
Teaching staff
J unior Resident 4 4
EEG technician 0 0 Technical staff
Technical assistant 0 0
Administrative staff Clerk 1 0
Ancillary staff Psychiatric Social Worker 2 1
Head nurse 1 1
Staff nurse 8 5
Servant 5 3
Sweeper 1 1
Ward staff
Security 1 0









SURGERY
(INCLUDING GENERAL SURGERY, ORTHOPAEDICS, OTO-RHINO-
LARYNGOLOGY, OPHTHALMOLOGY, RADIO-DIAGNOSIS, RADIO-THERAPY,
ANAESTHESIOLOGY, PHYSICAL MEDICINE & REHABILITATION AND
DENTISTRY

A. Teaching Staff :
A1 : Department of General Surgery (Including Pediatric Surgery)
NO DESIGNATION SANCTIONED FILLED
1 PROFESSOR 2 2

2 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 5 5

3 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 14 14

A. Teaching Staff :
A2 : Department of Orthopedics
NO DESIGNATION SANCTIONED FILLED
1 PROFESSOR 1 1
2 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 3 2
3 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 8 8

A. Teaching Staff :

A3 : Department of Ophthalmology
NO DESIGNATION SANCTIONED FILLED
1 PROFESSOR 1 1
2 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 2 2
3 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2 2
4 TUTOR 2 2


A. Teaching Staff :
A4 : Department of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology

NO DESIGNATION SANCTIONED FILLED
1 PROFESSOR 1 1
2 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 1 -
3 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 3 3



A5 : Department of Radio-diagnosis
A. Teaching Staff
NO DESIGNATION SANCTIONED FILLED
1 PROFESSOR 2 2
2 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 3 -
3 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 8 6
4 TUTOR 6 4



B.

A. Teaching Staff :
A6 : Department of Radio-therapy

NO DESIGNATION SANCTIONED FILLED
1 PROFESSOR 1 1
2 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 1 1
3 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2 1



A. Teaching Staff :

A7 : Department of Anesthesiology
NO DESIGNATION SANCTIONED FILLED
1 PROFESSOR 2 2
2 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 4 4
3 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 12 12
4 TUTOR 9 8



A. Teaching Staff :
A9 : Department of Dentistry
NO DESIGNATION SANCTIONED FILLED
1 PROFESSOR 1 NIL
2 ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR 1 NIL
3 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR 2 NIL
4 TUTOR 3 3




C. BUILDINGS :

Gen. Ortho.
Oto- Ophth. Radio
Surgery
Rhino- Diag.

Laryngology
____________________________________________________________________
________________________________________

(i) Clinical Demonstration
Room




a) Number 6+1Seminar Room 4
1 1 1


b) Accommodation (of ( Seminar Room
each demonstration with capacity of 48)
Theatre)

i) Size 28x22 ft 15X13 ft
15X13ft 30x30ft 22x12ft

ii) Capacity 50 25 TO 30
25 60 30-40


c) Audio-visual equipment Provided Provided
Provided Provided Provided
available. OHP,LCD,projector,Laptop O.H P,
LCD, projector,Laptop O.H P, LCD,
projector, Laptop O.H P,LCD, projector,
Laptop O.H.P, LCD,projector,Laptop






Gen. Ortho. Oto-
Ophth. Radio
Surgery
Rhino- Diag.

Laryngology



(ii) Departmental Library-
cum-Seminar Room :


a) Is there a separate
departmental library? Yes Yes
Yes Yes Yes


b) Accommodation Provided

Size 40x30 ft 23x23ft.
no room 12x12ft 12x8ft




Capacity 48 40
SIX 8-10


c) Number of Books 155 81
200 190 75








GENERAL SURGERY AND ALLIED SPECIALITIES
Gen. Ortho. Oto-
Ophth. Radio
Surgery
Rhino- Diag.

Laryngology

(ii) Research Laboratory not provided not provided not
provided not provided

a) Size Clinical Research lab
20x25 ft.

b) Equipment Furniture, Centrifuge,
Refrigerator, Computers NIL
With internet.
c) Are there any students
taken for M.S. or
M.Sc. or Ph.D in
Anatomy?
Yes Yes
Yes Yes Yes
M.S. M.S
M.S./DLO M.S/DOMS M.D/DMRD
(Surgery) (ortho)
(ENT) (Opthal)
(Radio)
If so how many per year during
the last three years?
1) Diploma Nil 1|yr
2/yr 1-2/YR

2) Degree 14-15/yr. 4-
6/YR 4/yr 1-
4/YR
d) List of publications by the members of the staff during the last 3
years? as per annexure





GENERAL SURGERY AND ALLIED SPECIALITIES



Gen. Ortho. Oto- Ophth.
Radio
Surgery Rhino-
Diag.

Laryngology




e)Current problems on Crash2 trial 1. Study of
effect of bromfenac
which research work is in Trauma pt. in in
controlling post-cat Sx
going on and by whom? Collaboration with 2. Study of
microbial.aspect
(a statement may be London school of Tropical in c/o
corneal ulcer
furnished) Medicine with 3. Study of
post-cat Sx
Dr.V.P.Hathila as dry
eye
Principal investigator recently completed 4. Study
of ocular

Manifestations of leprosy

f) Do Undergraduate
students in any way No NO
participate in them ?



Gen. Ortho. Oto-
Ophth. Radio
Surgery
Rhino- Diag.

Laryngology





(IV) OFFICE ACCOMMODATION 5500 sq ft 2000sq ft 1200
sq ft 1500 sq ft

a) Professor and HOD: Provided Provided
Provided Provided Provided Provided
25X20 ft
b) Associate
Professors/Readers: Provided Provided
Provided Provided Provided
15x20 ft
c) Asst. Professors Provided Provided
Provided Provided Provided
/Lecturers : 15x15 ft
d) Registrars/Sr. NO NO NO
Provided Provided
Residents:
e) J r. Residents : NO NO NO
Provided Provided
e) Non-teaching and
clerical staff : Provided Provided
Provided Provided Provided
10x10 ft
A. TEACHING HOSPITAL

1) Inpatient department : Number of Number of Units
Number of beds Unitwise
Teaching Beds
staff

composition
With names

Qualification
&
Designation
of staff



____________________________________________________________________
________________________________________
Surgery and allied specialities :


a) General Surgery
A separate sheet
including 260 Teaching beds 7
40,40,40,40,40,30,30 may be attached
Paediatric Surgery 68 Service beds


b) Orthopaedics 140 Teaching beds 4 40,40,30,30
do
54Service beds



c) Oto-Rhino-Laryngology 35 Teaching beds 1
35 do
25 Service beds

d) Ophthalmology 35 Teaching 1 35
do 26
service beds


Gen. Ortho. Oto-
Ophth. Radio
Surgery
Rhino- Diag.

Laryngology




2. Indoor admissions

a) Annual admissions 6420 3532 1544
992


b. Average Bed occupancy per day 105% 147%
70% 60%
(Percentage of Teaching beds)
3) INTENSIVE CARE
Is there any Intensive Care Unit



For surgery and allied specialties : Yes

If yes, please indicate a number of
Beds and equipments available 5+6 (cardiothoracic surgery icu)
for each specialty.

Names of speciality No. of beds Equipments
available
1).Surgery 5 Ventilator,
Boyles App.,Defribillator,
Pulse Oximeter,
Monitors, Surgical
Instruments,
Infusion pumps,Resusc. Drugs.
2) Cardiothoracic surgery 6 Same as above

4) MAJOR EQUIPMENT AVALIABLE IN THE DEPARTMENT :



Names of equipment

a) General Surgery All types of routine surgical
instruments incl.
Gastroscope,Colonoscope,
cystoscope, operative microscope,
surgical cautery, operation tables,
shadowless ot lights, harmonic scalpel,
operative laparoscope with 3 chip
camera and monitor,stapling devices.
ALL THESE equipments are housed in
the surgical OTs





b) Orthopedics
All routine orthopaedics instruments, AO sets,
C-arm, arthroscope,

pneumatic drill, laminar air flow,pulse
oxymeter,









c) Oto-Rhino-Laryngology Sets of Endoscopes,Micro
debrider,Operating Microscopes,

Audiometer,Camera,BERA,ENG
, Flexible laryngoscopes,Hopkins
laryngoscopes,all Routine
instruments, tracheostomy,MLS,
etc




d) Ophthalmology
1. OPERATING MICROSCOPE

2. SLIT LAMP

3. KERATOMETER.YAG LASER


5.AUTOREFRACTOMETER

6. PHACO EMULSIFICATION UNIT

7. A-SCAN

8. INDIRECT OPHTHALMOSCOPE

9. AUTOPERIMETER

10. FUNDUS CAMERA

11. ARGON LASER

12. VITRECTOMY

13. CRYO

14. SYNAPTOPHORE

15. SPECULAR MICROSCOPE

16. PATHOLOGICAL MICROSCOPE








Names of equipments


e) Radio-diagnosis
500 mA X-RAY: 1

300 mA X-RAY:3

200 mA X-RAY:1

60 mA X-RAY :2

ULTRASOUND MACHINES:2

COLOR DOPPLER-3

CR SYSTEM:3

MAMMOGRAPHY-1



f) Radio-therapy TELECOBALT UNIT
THERATRON-780C
HDR MICRO SELECTRON
3D COMPUTERISED
TREATMENT PLANNING SYS.
MOULD ROOM
IMMOBILISATION SYS.
MANTLE CUTTING SYSTEM
500MA XRAY WITH CCTV
GAMMA ZONE MONITOR
SURVEY METER
SECONDARY STANDARD
DOSIMETER
WATER PHANTOM



g)Anesthesiology ALL TYPES OF ROUTINE
ANESTH. EQUIP.,CAPNOGRAPH,

VENTILATORS,DEFIBRILLATORS,
CRASHCART,ETC.








h) Physical Medicine & ALL TYPES OF EXERCISE EQUIP.,
ELECTROTHERAPY EQUIP. INCL.
Rehabilitation MICROWAVE & SHORTWAVE
DIATHERMY & COMPUTERISED
CERVICAL AND LUMBAR TRACTION
MACHINES, ULTRASOUND,COMBO UNIT,
ULTRAVIOLET RAYS, INFRARED,
PARAFFIN WAX BATH.


i) Dentistry DENTAL CHAIRS WITH UNITS, CONTROL BOX,
PHYSIOLOGIC DENTAL CHAIR, ULTRASONIC
CLEANERS, LIGHTCURE UNITS, STERILIZER, XRAY WITH DEVELOPER
5) Outpatient Department :



a) Building General layout: SEPARATE OPD BUILDINGS TO CATER
TO ALL SPECIALITIES, 25 OPD
DEPARTMENTS.

b) Is out patient service department wise: YES


c) Arrangement for clinical Instructions to
student in General Surgery & Allied specialties : PROVIDED.

THE HEAD OF THE UNIT TAKES CLINICS AND THE STUDENTS DO THE
EXAM. OF THE PATIENT UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE J UNIOR
TEACHING STAFF.


6) Teaching and training facilities :

General Ortho.
Oto- Ophth
Surgery
Rhino-

Laryngology
____________________
__________________________
______________






A. In O.P.D. 1500 sq ft 1000 sq ft 1200
sq ft 1500 sq ft

a) Clinical demonstration room : Provided Provided
Provided Provided




b) Number of rooms in the OPD 8 3
5 6
For seeing the patients
by various faculty members
and resident staff




B. In-door

a) Bedside teaching DONE DONE
DONE DONE

b) Clinical demonstration room/ Provided Provided
Provided Provided
seminar room



7) FACILITIES AVALIABLE IN OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT :

1. In Surgery and allied speciality
Yes No

a) Dressing room for men 1
Yes

b) Dressing room for women 1
Yes

c) Operation theatres 1
Yes
For out patient surgery


2. In Orthopedics

a) Plaster room
Yes




b) Plaster cutting room
Yes

c) Outpatient X-ray facilities
Yes


3. In Oto-Rhino-Laryngology

a) Sound proof air-conditioned
YES
audiometery room


b) ENG Laboratory
YES


c) Speech therapy facilities
YES




4. In Ophthalmology

a) Refraction room
YES


b) Dark room
YES

c) Dressing room
YES







8. OPERATION THEATRE UNIT :
(1) Operation theatres -

(a) Number :
GEN. SURGERY: 12 major
+
2 minor CT SURGERY: 3 ENT: 3 CASUALTY: 1
Approx size 20,000 sq. ft.
ORTHO :6 PLASTIC SURGERY: 4 UROLOGY:2
OPTHALMOLOGY:2




TOTAL: 30

(b) Arrangement & Distribution : GEN. SURGERY OT ARE 7 ON
1 FLOOR & 7 ON OTHER.
ORTHO OT 4 IN 1 BLOCK
AND 2 ON OTHER.
REST ALL OTS ARE ON
SEPARATE BLOCKS.

(c) Equipment :
(including Anesthesia equipment) ADEQUATE SURGICAL AND
ANESTHESIA EQUIP.
INCLUDING EQUIP.
NECESSARY FOR
PARTICULAR SPECIALITY
ARE PROVIDED FOR.




(d) Facilities available in each O.T. unit -


Present/Absent

(i) Waiting room for patients
PRESENT

(ii) Soiled Linen room
PRESENT

(iii) Sterilization room
PRESENT

(iv) nurses duty room
PRESENT

(v) Surgeons & Anesthetists room -


For Males
PRESENT

For Females
PRESENT

(vi) Assistants room
PRESENT




(vii) Observation gallery for students
PRESENT

(viii) Store room
PRESENT


(ix) Washing room for surgeons & Assistants
PRESENT





(x) Students washing up and dressing up room
PROVIDED


(2) Arrangement of Anesthesia

(a) Pre-anaesthetic care :
PROVIDED


(b) Nature of anesthesia used : ALL
TYPES

(c) Post-anaesthetic care : YES

Pre-operative ward (no. of beds) : 16 beds


Post-operative ward (no. of beds) : 16 beds
under renovation


Resuscitation facilities and special equipment : YES




If any super specialty exists :

Give details
1. DEPARTMENT OF UROLOGY-WITH SEPARATE OPD AND 40
BEDS.
2. DEPARTMENT OF CARDIOTHORACIC- WITH SEPARATE OPD
AND 40 BEDS.
3. DEPARTMENT OF PLASTIC SURGERY- WITH SEPARATE OPD
AND 30 BEDS.






9) Number of surgeries performed during the last one year.


Names of the department Major
Minor


a) General Surgery including Pediatric Surgery 3174
39378

b) Vasectomies performed : 350 (NSV)
c) Orthopaedics 2854
702

d) Oto-Rhino-Laryngology 665
1540

e) Ophthalmology 874
380

Methodology
(for duration of the entire course)

Number
____________________________________________________________________
_______________
General Ortho. Oto-
Ophth Radio Anaes.
Dentistry
Surgery Surgery Rhino-

Laryngology
____________________________________________
_______________________________________


1) Total
of clinical postings 30wk 10wk 10wk 10wk
2 wk 2 wk 2 wk


2) Didactic Lecturers AS PER ANNEXURE




Number



____________________________________________________________________
_______________
General Ortho. Oto- Ophth
Radio Anaes. Dentistry
Surgery Surgery Rhino-
Laryngology
____________________________________________
_______________________________________

3) Demonstrations 3-4/WK 3-4/WK 2-3/WK 2-
3/WK 2-3/WK 6/WK 3/WK



4) Tutorials 3-4/WK 3-4/WK 2-3/WK 2-3/WK
2-3/WK 6/WK 3/WK



5) Seminars conducted during the year.

Post-grad Post-grad Post-grad Post-grad
Post-grad Post-grad none


For Post graduates only Not for undergraduates.
6) Practicals
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Yes Yes Yes
For both postgraduates and undergraduates.

7) Duration of operation theatre postings.

once/wk once/wk once/wk once/wk
Nil 3/Wk Nil

8) Bedside Clinics.
3-4/wk 3-4/wk 3-4/wk 3-4/wk Nil Nil
Nil






Number
____________________________________________________________________
_______________
General Ortho. Oto- Ophth
Radio Anaes. Dentistry
Surgery Surgery Rhino-
Laryngology
____________________________________________
_______________________________________

9) How many hours does a student
spend daily at the wards for clerkship
2-3hrs 2-3hrs 2-3hrs 2-3hrs 2-3hrs 2-3hrs 2-
3hrs

10) Average Number of students posted at a time for indoor OPD postings :
25-35 25-35 15-20 15-20 15-
20 15-20 15-20

8) Do students write case histories in a prescribed book. YES

9) Are they corrected? YES


10) If so, by whom?
TEACHING STAFF

Number
____________________________________________________________________
_______________
General Ortho. Oto-
Ophth Radio Anaes.
Dentistry
Surgery Surgery Rhino-

Laryngology
____________________________________________
_______________________________________

6) Is the clinical work done
In the wards by the
Students assessed YES
Periodically?


15) If so, how often and by whom?



REGULARLY ON
ALTERNATE DAYS BY
SENIOR AND JUNIOR
TEACHING STAFF

16) Total period of attendance AS PER OPD DAY
OF TEACHING UNIT
in OPD by a student
throughout clinical
training.


17) Is it done concurrently with
The inpatients ward postings? YES


18) Who gives them training to
attend to casualties? TEACHING
STAFF AND RESIDENTS ON DUTY

____________________________________________________________________
_______________

19) How is the outpatients
teaching organized? The head of the unit takes surgical clinics in the
OPD and the students do the examination of the pts.
under the supervision of the teaching staff of the unit.



20) Do students attend
clinico-pathological NO
conferences?



21) If so, on an average, Not
applicable
how often during the
whole period of pediatrics
postings?

22) Any other teaching



/training activities : Students are taught minor
procedures such as vensection, suturing,
endotracheal intubation, catherisations on
mannequins.




Number
____________________________________________________________________
_______________
General Ortho. Oto-
Ophth Radio Anaes.
Dentistry
Surgery Surgery Rhino-

Laryngology
____________________________________________
______________________________________


23) Is there any
integrated teaching? NO
If yes,
24) Records Methods
of Assessment thereof :
At the end of the term students are assessed under the following heads:

a).Cases b).Instruments and operations c).MCQs d).Ward
procedures,xrays,specimens.

(Time table of lectures, demonstrations, seminars, tutorials, practical and
dissection may be given).
As per annexures:


Number
____________________________________________________________________
______________
General Ortho. Oto- Ophth. Anesth. Radio. Casualty
Surgery Surgery Rhino-
Laryn.





____________________________________________
_______________________________________
25) Internship
training programme

a.Period of
posting in the

department 45days 30ays 15days 15days 15days
15days 15days


b.Method of
Assessment
for Internship Day to day assessment and LOGBOOK record maintained.


Syllabus In Surgery For Training Of Medical Students(Ward)

First Clinical Term
Topics To Be Taught :-

History Taking And Clinical Examination (General And Local) In Cases Of
Various Types Of Swellings (Lumps) In General
Ulcers
Hernia, Tvh, Other Scrotal Conditions, Etc.
Peripheral Vascular Diseases Arterial & Venous
Lymphatic System
Abdominal Examination In General
Acute Abdominal Conditions
Breast
Thyroid Disorders & Neck Swellings
Oral Cavity And Facial Swellings
Cns Examination Especially As Regards The Head Injury
All These Cases Will Be Taught Depending Upon The Availability Of
Cases.

Common Ward Procedures Like Dressing Of Wounds And Ulcers, Enema, Iv &
Im Injections, Catheterization, Venesection, Insertion Of Ryles Tube,
Proctoscopy, Flatus Tube Insertion, Suturing Of Various Kinds Of Wounds,
Etc. These Procedure Will Be Shown And Practiced By The Students On The
Mannequins In The Department.

Disinfectants, Antiseptics, Asepsis In The O.T. And Wards, Common Intravenous
Fluids, Details Regarding Urinary Catheters, Iv Canulas, Flatus Tube, Ryles
Tube.

All Students Will Attend O.T. By Rotation In Batches. All Students Would Be
Required To Attend Casualty And Emergencies On The Day Of The Unit
Concerned.




Examination Pattern To Be Followed :

1. M.C.Q. (Only On Practical Aspects) : 20 Marks
2. Clinical Notes (To Be Checked By Senior 3
rd
Or 4
th
Year Resident) : 10 Marks
3. Case Presentation (One To Be Taken By Staff Member) : 60 Marks
4. Table Viva On Ward Procedures (By Senior Resident / Asst. Prof) : 10 Marks
5. Total Marks : 100
Marks

Second Clinical Term

Topics To Be Taught :-

1. History Taking And Clinical Examination (General And Local), Provisional
Diagnosis & Investigations In Cases Of
Various Types Of Swellings (Lumps) In General
Ulcers
Hernia, Tvh, Other Scrotal Conditions, Etc.
Peripheral Vascular Diseases Arterial & Venous
Lymphatic System
Abdominal Examination In General
Acute Abdominal Conditions
Breast
Thyroid Disorders & Neck Swellings
Oral Cavity And Facial Swellings
Cns Examination Especially As Regards The Head Injury
All These Cases Will Be Taught Depending Upon The Availability Of
Cases.

2. Common Ward Procedures Like Dressing Of Wounds And Ulcers, Enema, Iv
& Im Injections, Catheterization, Venesection, Insertion Of Ryles Tube,
Proctoscopy, Flatus Tube Insertion, Suturing Of Various Kinds Of Wounds,
Etc. These Procedure Will Be Shown And Practiced By The Students On The
Mannequins In The Department.

3. Disinfectants, Antiseptics, Asepsis In The O.T. And Wards, Common
Intravenous Fluids, Details Regarding Urinary Catheters, Iv Canulas, Flatus
Tube, Ryles Tube.

4. Common Operations Like Hernia & Tvh Surgeries, Laparotomy, Abscess
Drainage, Removal Of Superficial Swellings Like Lipoma, Sebaceous Cyst,
Vasectomy, Etc.

5. Surgical Radiology

6. All Students Will Attend O.T. By Rotation In Batches. All Students Would
Be Required To Attend Casualty And Emergencies On The Day Of The Unit
Concerned.




Examination Pattern To Be Followed :

1. M.C.Q. (Only On Practical Aspects) : 20 Marks
2. Clinical Notes (To Be Checked By Senior 3
rd
Or 4
th
Year Resident) : 10 Marks
3. Case Presentation (One To Be Taken By Staff Member) : 60 Marks
4. Table Viva On Ward Procedures (By Senior Resident / Asst. Prof) : 10 Marks
5. Total Marks : 100
Marks


Third Clinical Term

Topics To Be Taught :-

1. History Taking And Clinical Examination (General And Local), Provisional
Diagnosis, Investigations & Management Including Some Theoretical Aspects
In Cases Of
a) Various Types Of Swellings (Lumps) In General
b) Ulcers
c) Hernia, Tvh, Other Scrotal Conditions, Etc.
d) Peripheral Vascular Diseases Arterial & Venous
e) Lymphatic System
f) Abdominal Examination In General
g) Acute Abdominal Conditions
h) Breast
i) Thyroid Disorders & Neck Swellings
j) Oral Cavity And Facial Swellings
k) Cns Examination Especially As Regards The Head Injury
All These Cases Will Be Taught Depending Upon The Availability Of
Cases.

2. Common Ward Procedures Like Dressing Of Wounds And Ulcers, Enema, Iv
& Im Injections, Catheterization, Venesection, Insertion Of Ryles Tube,
Proctoscopy, Flatus Tube Insertion, Suturing Of Various Kinds Of Wounds,
Etc. These Procedure Will Be Shown And Practiced By The Students On The
Mannequins In The Department.
3. Disinfectants, Antiseptics, Asepsis In The O.T. And Wards, Common
Intravenous Fluids, Details Regarding Urinary Catheters, Iv Canulas, Flatus
Tube, Ryles Tube.
4. Common Operations Like Hernia & Tvh Surgeries, Laparotomy, Abscess
Drainage, Removal Of Superficial Swellings Like Lipoma, Sebaceous Cyst,
Vasectomy, Etc.
5. Surgical Radiology And Surgical Pathology Specimen
6. All Students Will Attend O.T. By Rotation In Batches. All Students Would
Be Required To Attend Casualty And Emergencies On The Day Of The Unit
Concerned.

Examination Pattern To Be Followed :
1. M.C.Q. (Only On Practical Aspects) :
15 Marks



2. Clinical Notes (To Be Checked By Senior 3
rd
Or 4
th
Year Resident) :
10 Marks
3. Long Case Presentation (One To Be Taken By Staff Member) :
40 Marks
4. Short Case Presentation (One To Be Taken By Staff Member) :
20 Marks
5. Table Viva On Ward Procedures (By Senior Resident / Asst. Prof) :
15 Marks
6. Total Marks :
100 Marks




ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OPHTHALMOLOGY :


1. OPD- 10 ROOMS AREA 1500 SQ.FT SEATING CAPACITY- TOTAL 60
WARD 3 GENERAL WARDS ,1 RETINA CLINIC, 1 LASER ROOM, 3
CONSULTANT ROOMS, 1 SEMINAR ROOM, 4 SPECIAL ROOMS, 1 MOBILE
OFFICE, 1 PANTRY ROOM , 1 BMW ROOM, 1 LIBRARY AREA APPROX
6000 SQ.FT SEATIN CAPACITY 100 .
OT 1 CLEAN OT, 1 SEPTIC OT, 1 WASH ROOM, 2 CHANGING ROOMS , 1
SISTER ROOM, 1 PREPARATION ROOM, 1 STORE ROOM. AREA APPROX
2000 SQ.FT


2.EQUIPMENTS :
OPD SLIT LAMP WITH CC TV, SYNAPTOPHORE,
AUTOREFRACTOMETER
WARD SLIT LAMP, KERATOMETER, A-SCAN, YAG LASER, FUNDUS
CAMERA, ARGON LASER, SYNAPTOPHORE, SPECULAR MICROSCOPE,
PATHOLOGICAL MICROSCOPE, 2 COMPUTERS WITH INTERNET
ATTACHMENT ( FOR E-LIBRARY )
OT OPERATING MICROSCOPE, PHACOEMULSIFICATION, VITRECTOMY,
CRYO.

















Department of Radiotherapy

GROUND FLOOR

OPD: 10M*9M

OPD: 20*18

Staff Room: 12*10

Cobalt & Control room:
7.75M* 9.00M (25*30)

Physicist/ RSO & TPS Room
12*12 (3.60M * 3.60M)

Dark Room:-
1.8M*1.8M (6*6)

Change Room (Female)
1.8M * 1.8M (6*6)

Patients waiting Space
18.46M*8.765M (60*20)

HOD: 5M * 4.50 M (16*15)

Mould Room & Styrofoam cutter Room: 3M * 3.3. M (10*10)


FIRST FLOOR

HDR Room: 7.20 M * 9M (24*30)

Control Room: 3.55M * 3.55M (12* 12)

Space for Ward: 18M * 18M (60*60)


DEPARTMENT OF DENTISTRY


Location : Department is located on the 1 st floor of OPD building.

Area Specification : 3 rooms- Procedure room
Teaching room
Laboratory room of 500 sq ft each

Head of department chamber and consultants chamber
Nurses cum store room of 100 sq ft.



Ward 19 has 8 beds of dept. of dentistry.


Equipments: dental chair with unit-4
Dental chair- 4
X ray machine 1
Implant kit 1
Dental instrument set-1
Autoclave-1
Lathe machine-1
Computer-2


DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SURGERY


Dept of gen. surgery is housed in the ground floor of the new surgical block with area
of 5500 sq ft. It has accomodation for all the teaching staff including professors, asso.
Professors, lecturers. It also has fully equipped seminar room to accommodate 48
people. The department has 5 computers with internet connection and connectivity to
the online library. The detailed breakup is provided in the information given above.

TEACHING HOSPITAL (MAIN & SUBSIDIARY)

a) Type of Management- Government of Gujarat

b) Owner of Hospital- Government of Gujarat
Health Department
c) Hospital is in possession of: Government of Gujarat
I.M.S. S.S.G.H.

d) Administrative set up-

1) Particulars of Hospital

Name of
Hospital
Total No.
of beds
No. of
special
wards,
beds/paid
beds
Name &
qualification
of medical
superintendent
Full time/
part time

Teaching /
non-
teaching
Tel. Nos.
Sir
Sayajirao
General
Hospital
1513 Burns
Plastic
ICU
ICCU
CT
Surg.
Dr. A. K.
Saxena
(M.S. General
Surgery)

Full Time
Teaching
24 years
(o) 0265-
2424848

Fax0265-
2424351


2) Medical Superintendents Office: 20 ft X 20 ft +PA 10ft X 8 ft




3) Principal / Deans office in the hospital:
Hospital office space- Two floors 1500 sq. ft

4) Nursing Superintendents Office, size: 20ft x 20 ft

5) Waiting space for visitors-size : 20ft x 20 ft

6) Enquiry office-size : 6 ft x 10 ft

7) Reception area-size : 6ft x 10ft

8) Store rooms-no. & size : 2 60ft x 40ft =4800 sq ft

9) Central medical record suction size: 16ft x 90ft (1440 sq ft)
12 x 44 ft (2160 sq ft)
104 x 16 ft (1664 sq ft)
10) Linen rooms-No & size : 20 x 15 ft each, 2 rooms

11) Hospital and staff committee room: 2 rooms
Size: 13 x 15 ft

(e) Indoor facilities (in each ward) is there-

1 Nurses duty room available with each ward? : Yes

2 Examination and treatment room? : Yes

3 Ward Pantry? : Yes

4 Store room for linen and equipments? : Yes

5 Resident doctors duty room? : Yes

6 Student duty room? : Yes

DISTRIBUTION OF BEDS:

(a) Medicine & allied
specialties
No. of
teaching beds
No. of units Remarks
(Service beds)
(i) Gen. Medicine 250 7 53
(ii) Pediatrics 130 4 40
(iii) Tuberculosis &
Respiratory disease
35 1
(iv) Dermatology ,
venerology and leprosy
30 1
(v) Psychiatry 30 1
Total 475

(b) Surgery & No. of No. of units Remarks



allied
specialties
teaching Beds Service beds)
(i) Gen. surgery
including
Pediatric
surgery
260 7 68
(ii) Orthopedics 120 4 55
(iii) Ophthalmology 35 1 26
(iv) Oto-rhino-
laryngology
35 1
(v) Dentistry 10 1
Total 460



(C) Obstetric &
ANC
Specialties
No. of
Teaching Beds
No. of units Remarks
Total 120 4 Service beds
65



ANNUAL BUDGET OF THE HOSPITAL:
(Last 3 years) (In lakhs)

2007-08 2008-09 2009-10
A Pay of staff &
establishment
1550 1382 3253
B Medicine and
Stores
518 224 292
C Diet 6.85 68 88
D Non- recurring
contingency
225 640 294


CLINICAL MATERIAL (HOSPITAL WISE)
(Attach a separate sheet if needed)

Outdoor- Average Daily Patient Attendance - (2009-2010)

Total 1250

Indoor- (a) Annual Admission : 44434
(b) Average bed occupancy per day : 85%
(% of teaching beds)


TEACHING/ TRAINING FACILITIES (DEPARTMENT WISE) :




(a) In O. P. D. : Special cubicles for OPD teaching, view boxes
are provided for X-ray demonstration.
Arrangements are made for teaching in OPD

(b) In indoor : in each ward one room with sitting
arrangement
Is provided for teaching, Surgical conference
room, medical conference, with 48 and 150
Capacities respectively


REGISTRATION/MEDICAL RECORDS & STATICAL DEPARTMENT:

(a) Central and/or Departments : Central
(i) For in patients : indoor -2
(ii) For O.P.D : outdoor -6

(b) Staff
- Medical Records Officer : 0
- Statistician : 1
- Coding Clerks : 0
- Record Clerk : 3
- Daftary : 0
- Peon : 2 (1 peon cum Daftary)
- Stenographer : 0

(c) System of indexing
Computerized : International classification

Manual : Manual/Partly computerized final report

(d) Follow up Service : Provided to Clinicians

CENTRAL CASULATY SERVICES:

(a) Whether Working : Yes

(b) Accommodation for staff on duty-
a) Doctors : 7 2
nd
year resident doctors Medicine,
Surgery, ortho, Anaesthesia, &
radiology
b) Nurses : 2

c) Students : Clinical departments have emergency
the
Same department/unit students attend
Casualty including night duty.
d) Other paramedical staff : J r. Pharmacist, Dispensary person,
Pathology and biochemistry technician.




(c) No. of emergency beds : 22 : 8 resuscitation +14 observation.

(d) Working arrangements for casualty services :
(i) No. of casualty medical officers : 9, one every eight hours
(ii) Consultant services : Yes, available
Medicine, Surgery,
Ortho, Anesthesia, Radiology,
Sr. Residents on duty &
Assistant professors on
call. Otherwise working
in their units/ OT.

(iii) Nature of Service : All emergency services
Provided with
Resuscitation/plaster
Room/minor OT and x-
ray
Facility.
(iv) Average daily attendance of patients : 200 /day

(e) Resuscitation services facilities-
(i) Oxygen supply : Yes
(ii) Ventilation : Yes
(iii) Defibrillator : Yes
(iv) Fully equipped disaster trolleys : Yes


(f) Facilities Provided:

(i) X-ray : Yes
(ii) Operation theatre : Yes
(iii) Laboratory facilities : Yes


(g) Ambulance Services : Yes
: 10 Nos.

(h) Whether facilities for medico-legal : Yes
Examination exist or not?
If yes, separate staff is posted or not?

(i) Posting of interns in casualty : Yes
If yes, No. of days 15 days

CLINICAL LABORATORIES:
No. Specialty
(a) Central 1 Pathology, Biochemistry, Microbiology

(b) Departmental: 3




(c) Ward-side laboratories: one per dept.

(a) Total no of Biochemistry Clinical Microbiology
Any
Investigations Pathology
Other
(Average daily)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
-----
1) O. P. D.
909 750-800 100
2) In patients

(b) Staff and Supervision in each laboratory:

1) Teaching Staff number Asso. Prof. & Asst. Prof. of each dept.

2) Non teaching staff member
Laboratory technicians 2 tech. in each
lab.

Teachers of Pathology, Microbiology &
Biochemistry are working in rotation.
Supervised by Professors of Pathology,
Microbiology & Biochemistry.

(d)equipment in each laboratory : (1) Pathology: (central laboratory)
All basic equipments for the following
Investigations.
Routine Haematological,
Urine
Stool
Miscellaneous
FNAC & histopathology

{2} Microbiology:
{i} Equipment
Incubator
Hot Air Oven
Autoclave
Refrigerator
BOD incubator
Elisa reader washer
Laminar Airflow
Microscopes
Anaerobic work station

{ii} Investigations



Culture testing & Antibiotic sensitivity
& related other investigation

{3} Biochemistry:

{i} Equipment
Semi Auto Analyser
Electric Colorimeter
Fully automatic analyzer
Centrifuge, Elisa reader, autopipette,
Gas analyzer, Deioniser
{ii}Investigations Related to Clinical
Chemistry

OPERATION THEATRE UNIT:

(1) Operation theatres:
(a) Number : 30 with 36 tables

(b) Arrangement & Distribution : List attached Anexure VII

(c) Equipment:
(Including Anesthesia equip.) Operation tables
Shadow less lamps
Surgical Cautery
Operative Microscopes
Cysto-scope
Colono-scope
Gastro-scope
Operating Nasal Endoscope
Pulse Oxymetre with capnograph
Vitrectomy unit
N.D. Yag LASER
Illisarov Set
Arthroscopy set
Interlocking Nail set
Dermatome
Masher
Operative Phako-emulsification
Suction Machine
Air Conditioners
Vital sign monitors
Defibrillator
Ventilator
Cardioscope
Difficult intubation kit-LMA
Anaesthesia apparatus
Boyls machine, Pedius, Medi Eng.,
Hospitech, Fabius.




(d) Facilities available in each O.T. unit- All life saving devices Available

Present/Absent
1. Waiting room for patients: Present
2. Soiled linen room: Present
3. Sterilization room: Present
4. Nurses duty room: Present
5. Surgeons and anesthetist room:
a. For males 2 on each floor
b. For females 2 on each floor
6. Assistants room: Present
7. Observation gallery for students: Present
8. Store room: Present
9. Washing room for surgeons and Present
Assistants
10. Students washing up and Present
Dressing up room:

(2) Arrangement for Anaes
(a) Pre-anaesthetic Care : Yes
(b) Nature of anaesthesia used : General, Spinal and local, Epidural
Provided in each OT
(c) Post anaesthetic care : Provided in each OT

Pre-operative Ward (no. of beds) :
Provided in departments carrying
out
Post-operative Ward (no. of beds) : surgical work. Surgical ICU
provided.


Resuscitation facilities and special
Equipments : Cardiac monitors, Suction
apparatus,
Ventilator, defibrillators

If any specialty exists give details : MCh Burns and plastic CT surgery
Unit


Intensive Care Area No. of Beds Specialized equipments in each

ICCU 8
All equipped with life saving
devices

I. C. U. 8






NICU 40


PICU 4


I. C. U. of Burns Unit Burns cabins are available


Surgical intensive care area 5 All equipped with life saving
devices


I. C. U. for others like Respiratory 1
Diseases etc.


Labour room 15

Clean with number of beds: 10
Septic with number of beds: 2
ICU : 3

RADIOLOGICAL FACILITIES:

a) Radiodiagnosis

No. of rooms and their size: Total rooms 30

I. OPD 24:

Room
X ray room no 2 Size (in feet)
X ray room no 3 20 x 20
Reporting room 20 x 20
Central room 10 x 10
Drying room 8 x 8
Registration room 10 x 9
Dispatch room 10 x 8
Store room 1 12 x 11
Store room 2 12 x 11
X ray room no 6 28 x 11
Residents room 28 x 28
X ray room no 6 28 x 20
Dark room 7 x 6
Drying room 9 x 9
Proposed mammography room 12 x 15
CR room 9 x 8

II. Trauma Centre:



Room Size (in feet)
H. O. D. Office 14 x 9
Seminar room 31 x 26
Library cum reading room 14 x 9
Clerks office 14 x 13
Store room 1 11 x 9
Ultrasound room 14 x 9
X ray reporting room 24 x 16
CR workstation 14 x 11
Staff room 24 x 14
Doppler room 24 x 14
Store room 2 24 x 8
CT MRI

III. Casualty
Room Size (in feet)
Ultrasound room No 9 16 x 14
Procedure room 22 x 18
Wet plate Drying room 20 x 12


Machine Strength Fixed Mobile

1. X ray Machine 500 MA 1 --
2. X ray Machine 300 MA 3 --
3. X ray Machine 200 MA 2 --
4. X ray Machine 60 MA -- 2
5. Ultra Sonography 1 2

b) Workload per day Number per day

1. Screening & Radiographs 400-500
2. Special Radiographics (eg. Barium & dye 2-4
Studies etc)
3. Ultrasound 100-120
4. CT Scan 210
MOU with wipro GE company
by
Govt. for C. T. scan & MRI for
Outsourcing
5. MRI 50

c) Protective measures Adequate per BARC


PHARMACY :

Organizational set up
Staff:
(a) Supervised by whom: Medical Officer Class II



(b) Qualification of Pharmacist I/C: D. Pharm
(c) No. of other staff: 3 senior pharmacist and
14 J r. Pharmacists
(d) No. of prescriptions dispensed / day:
Daily/Weekly/ Monthly indent as per bed occupancy

{i} Wards : 923
{ii} O. P. D. : 1336

CENTRAL STERILISATION SERVICE DEPARTMENT:

(a) Exclusive or with substerilization : Both
Centres also?
(b) Equipment, scope and service : Yes
Arrangement:
(c) Volume of work/day: 115 drums/day, 45-50 trays /day
Basin 10-15/day & extra jar 10-
12/day
(d) Arrangement for sterilization of Blanket: Washing
Mattress & blanket: Mattress: Drying in sunlight / U.
V. Light

D. Staff available in C. S. S. D.

Matron 1
Head Nurse 1
Staff Nurses 7
Technical assistant -
Technicians 1
Ward boys 8
Sweepers 1

Central laundry
(a) Equipment:
(i) Mechanised: Bulk washing Machine, Hydroextrctor,
Flat and Rolley steam press.
(ii) Manual : Manual
(b) volume of work /day : 35kg/day/change X 8 cycle /day

(c) staff available : linen keeper /tailor
Suprvisors : Laundry plant supervisor
Dhobi washerman/women : 5 dhobi/7 washerman
KITCHEN:
(a) Type
(i) electrical :
(ii) L.P.G. : Yes
(iii) Coal/wood: ---
(b) nature of food supplied : as per request from ward , full diet , salt free
,high protein
Fruits



(c) Daily no. of meals : Lunch ,Dinner, Breakfast, Evening tea,milk
(twice)
(d) percentage of patients : all patients
provided with free diet
(e) Per capital expenses /day : Rs 38 /- per patient/day

CANTEEN: : Available.

(a) Type of Catering : By Contract
(b) Whether subsidized? : Yes
(c) For staff only or others also? : Open to all including staff, patients, relatives and
others.
INCINERATOR:

(a) Number : 2
(b) Capacity : 65 kg. /hour and 100 kg./hour
(c) Type : - incinex model 110 BCD AC 3 phase
440 volts 50 cycles (Electrical )
- Model J P 100/1 Manufactured in
Trivendrum
(Diesel)
QUARTERS:

Categories:
(a) Residents Available
Sanctioned No 403
No. Provided with quarters 330

(b) House Staff Provided
Sanctioned No

Nursing Staff
(i) Sisters
Sanctioned No 87
. No. provided with quarters 02
(ii) Staff Nurses
Sanctioned No 573
. No. provided with quarters 55
(iii) Pupil Nurses
Sanctioned No 130
. No. provided with quarters {hostel} Nurses hostel with 187 rooms
Accommodation for staff nurses
And pupil nurses each has
capacity for
3 nurses
Other Categories Staff: Class IV
Sanctioned No 111
No. provided with quarters 77
Intercom and public address system in : Present
Hospital campus





Annexure 2
Details of Class I to IV Pay Scale

Sr.
No.
Designation Pay Band Grad Pay
1 Dean / Superintendent 37400 - 67000 10000
2 Professor 37400 67000 8900
3 Associate Professor 15600 39100 7600
4 Assistant Professor 15600 39100 6600
5 Tutor 9300 34800 5400
6 Administrative Officer 9300 34800 4200
7 Medical Officer 9300 34800 5400
8 PA to Dean 9300 34800 4200
9 Office Superintendent 9300 34800 4200
10 Hostel Superintendent 9300 34800 4200
11 Head Clerk 9300 34800 4200
12 Senior Clerk 5200 20200 2400
13 Junior Clerk 5200 20200 1900
14 Librarian 15600 39100 5400
15 Medical Social Worker 9300 34800 4200
16 Laboratory Technician 5200 20200 2800
17 Laboratory Assistant 5200 - 20200 2800
18 Driver 5200 20200 2800
19 Head Nurse 9300 34800 4200
20 Class IV 4440 7400 1300

























Annexure 3

Buildings under Medical college, Vadodara

Sr.
No.
Name of Building
Year of
comple-
tion
No. of
Storey
(Floor)
Built up area
(Sqmt)
Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Medical College 1952-53 1+2 4188.92

2 Pharmacy Department 1960-61 1+1 102.00

3 Old RMO Quarter 1962-63 1+1 840.90

4 Ladies Hostel A 1997-98 1+2 580.00

5 P.G. Hostel 1985 1+2 560.00

6 Ladies Hostel B 1985 1+2 780.00

7 Boys Hostel 1985 1+2 780.00

8 250 Student Hostel 1985 1+2 2079.00

9 New Internee Hostel 1965-66 1+3 286.00

10 P G hostel (Student) 2007 1+2 125.00

11 New RMO Hostel 1985 1+3 4200.00

12 Class IV Servant Qtrs 1965 1 664.00

13 Dhanvantri Hostel 1961-62 1+1 894.75






14 Staff Qtrs 'S' Block 1962-13 1+2 281.58

15 Staff Qtrs 'T' Block 1962-63 1+2 281.58

16 Staff Qtrs 'O' Block 1965-66 1+2 296.02

17 Staff Qtrs 'M' Block 1965-66 1+2 476.52

18 Staff Qtrs 'L' Block 1965-66 1+2 476.52

19 Proffessor Qtrs (Old)
'Q' Block
1950 1+2 324.90

20 Staff Qtrs 'N' Block 1962-63 1+2 296.02

21 Staff Qtrs 'R' Block 1963-64 1+2 287.58

22 Sump Room 1962-63 1 10.00

23 Auditorium 2010 1+1 1917.00
Under construction
& shall be
completed in Sep
/2010
24 Old Post Graduate
Student Qtrs
1955-56 1+1 180.00

25 College Library 1990 1+2 1068.35
(NGO)








Dy. Executive Engineer

Medical Campus Sub Division

Vadodara



















Buildings under S.S.G. Hospital, Vadodara


Sr.
No.
Name of Building
Year of
comple-
tion
No. of
Storey
(Floor)
Built up area
(Sqmt)
Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Cold Room 1955-56 1 86.43
2 100 Nurses & 50 Sister
Hostel
1952-53 1+2 5031.00
3 Cancer Cobalt Unit 1998-99 1 570.00 First floor is
under
construction
under P.I.U.
4 Nursing Home 1982 1 500.00
5 Urological Block 1994-95 1+2 2275.00
6 PWD Office 1950 1 160.00
7 New O.T. Block 1970-71 1+3 2021.37
8 Generator Room 1975-76 1 10.00
9 O.P.D. Building 1980-81 1+1 1302.97
10 Physiotheraphy College 1982-83 1+1 1050.00
11 300 Bed Surgical
Hospital
1970-71 1+4 4087.45
12 Canteen Record Store,
Kitchen Medical
1918 1+1 710.00
13 Ward 1 to 4 1978-79 1+1 750.00
14 Ward 5 to 8 1918 1+1 750.00
15 Suptd. Office 1918 1+1 344.00
16 Old ICU Bldg 1918 1+1 81.00





17 Linen Ward 1925 1 295.00
18 New 200 Bed Hospital 2008 1 2180.00 Vertical
expantion
permitted for
G.F. +7 Floor
19 Pediatric & Annx 1965-66 1+1 445.35
20 Pediatric Ward 16,17 1950-51 1+3 606.00
21 C.D. Block 1886 1+1 2286.00
22 N.R.C. Bldg 1980 1+1 325.00
23 50 Bed O.G. Bldg 1996 1+1 710.00
24 Leprosy Ward 1966-67 1+2 88.00
25 Ward No-18 1989-90 1+1 75.00
26 Prosthetic &
Orthopedic Work Shop
1983 1+2 995.00
27 Trauma Centre 1999 1+1 2580.00 Vertical
expansion
permitted for
G.F. + 4 floor
28 Ward No-13 1918 1 348.00
29 Ward No-14 1918 1 469.00
30 Ward No-15 1918 1 738.00
31 Ambulance Garrage 1968 1 25.00
32 Dhobi Shed 1923-24 1 213.10
33 Class IV Servant Staff
Qtrs
1982 1+2 1706.00
34 Suptd B'low 1950 1+1 397.00
35 Servant Qtrs 1950 1 292.00





36 Class-IV Qtrs 1960+61 1+2 298.00
37 Class-III Qtrs 1978-79 1+3 816.00 1 to
5unit(I)&2block
19 to 54
38 Blood Bank 1975-76 1+2 662.00
39 Nurses Hostel 1965-66 1+2 2230.00
40 MRI Center 2009 1 410 (NGO)
41 Chainani O G Building 2008 1+2 2340.00 (NGO)


Dy. Executive Engineer

Medical Campus Sub Division

Vadodara































(Annexure 4)
22. Det ai l s of t he Exi st i ng Hospi t al
S. S. G. Hospi t al
(a) Bed Strength =Number of Sancti oned Beds: 1513
Number of Functi onal Beds: 1118.
Total functional bed strength: 1377 (teaching beds +service
beds)
(b) Bed Di stri buti on, Bed Occupancy and whether a norm of 5
I npati ents per student woul d be ful fi l l ed

DISTRIBUTION OF BEDS:

(a) Medicine & allied
specialties
No. of
teaching beds
No. of units Remarks
(Service beds)
(i) Gen. Medicine 230 7 73
(ii) Pediatrics 130 4 40
(iii) Tuberculosis &
Respiratory disease
35 1
(iv) Dermatology ,
venerology and leprosy
30 1
(v) Psychiatry 30 1
Total 475

(b) Surgery &
allied
specialties
No. of
teaching Beds
No. of units Remarks
Service beds)
(i) Gen. surgery
including
Pediatric
surgery
260 7 68
(ii) Orthopedics 120 4 55
(iii) Ophthalmology 35 1 26
(iv) Oto-rhino-
laryngology
35 1
(v) Dentistry 10 1
Total 460

(C) Obstetric &
ANC
Specialties
No. of
Teaching Beds
No. of units Remarks
Total 130 4 Service beds
55

Bed Occupancy Rate for the Year 2009-10 =83%.









Built Up Area: . Information furnished by PWD.

(d) Clinical and Paraclinical Disciplines:

The Departments available at SSG Hospital include High End Tertiary Care Facilities
like:
General Medicine
General Surgery
Orthopaedic Surgery
Ophthalmic Surgery
ENT Surgery
Plastic Surgery
CTOT Surgery
Burns Ward
Urology Department
Nephrology Department
Paediatrics including PICU/NICU
ICCU/MICU
Gynaecology and Obstetrics Department
Skin and VD
Radiotherapy
Radiology
Pathology, Biochemistry, Microbiology Labs
Casualty
Physiotherapy
Dietary Services
Linen Services etc.

The Hospital has proposed to expand its existing Casualty Centre and to convert it
into full fledged Trauma Centre with assistance from Central Government of India.


(e) OPDs and OPD attendance Departmentwise:
No. of outpati ents by department duri ng the year 2009-2010 at Si r
Sayaj i General Hospi tal , Vadodara
(New & Emergency onl y) (Ol d pati ents not i ncl uded)











Sr. No. Department Male Female Child Total
1 Skin & V. D. 12224 9898 3674 25796
2 Orthopedic 16064 12163 2339 30566
3
General Surgery (Incl.
Urology)
9202 4795 1107 15104
4 Dog bite (Anit-rabic) 779 225 371 1375
5 Obst. & Gynaec. 11576 11576
6 Psychiatry 1697 1224 153 3074
7 Ophthalmology 6706 3942 892 11540
8 Pediatric 10689 10689
9 Dental 2784 2670 393 5847
10 E. N. T. 7035 5506 2331 14872
11 Pulmonary Medicine 419 232 98 749
12 T. B. & Chest 814 389 53 1256
13
Plastic Surgery /
Cardiothorasis
662 366 96 1124
14 Medical (Incl. Neurology) 21442 17252 188 38882
15 Radiotherapy 323 243 4 570
16 Emergency 27472 19122 12406 59000
Total 106809 89214 34741 230764
Source: O. P. D. Registration Section.

Kindly note that if we include Follow up Patients then Total Number of OPD patients
comes to 354225 (New 230764+Old 98461+25000 Patients attending ART Centre)




(f) Architectural and Layout Plans: Map furnished by PWD.

Hospital Building / Block details

S. No. Building / Block Facility
1. A OPD
2. B Ward number 1, 2, 3, 4
3. C Ward number 5, 6, 7, 8
4. D ICCU
5. E Nephrology department
6. F New surgical block
7. F 1
st
floor Ward B1, B2, B3, B4 (Cardiac and Ortho)
8. F 2
nd
floor Ward C1, C2, C3, C4, D1, D2, D3, D4 (Surgical
ward)
9. F 3
rd
floor Ward D1, D2, D3, D4, (Surgical ward)
10. F 4
th
floor Ward E1, E2 (Eye ward), E3, E4 (Plastic Surgery
ward)
11. G Operation theatre
12. G 1
st
floor Cardiac and Orthopaedic OT
13. G 2
nd
floor General surgery and ENT OT
14. G 3
rd
floor General surgery and Urology OT
15. H Urology department
16. I Radiology, OT and IPD
17. I Ground floor CT scan and Sonography
18. I 1
st
floor Orthopaedic OT
19. I 2
nd
floor Ortho ward
20. J Ward no. 20 and Trauma centre
21. K Ward no. 9, 10, 11, 12
22. L Ward no. 13
23. M Ward no. 14 (Psychiatric ward)
24. N Ward no. 15
25. O Ward no. 16, 17
26. P Ward no. 18
27. Q Blood bank, Laboratory
28. Q Ground floor Clinical pathology lab
29. Q 1
st
floor Clinical chemistry lab
30. P Ward no. 19
31. R Post mortem room and Ayurvedic OPD

(g) List of medical/allied equipments: List submitted by individual departments.
(h) Capacity and Configuration of Engineering Services:
Infrastructure development and maintenance activity is carried out by the Public
Works Department (PWD) and Project Implementation Unit (PIU) of the
Government of Gujarat.
(i)Hospital Services, Administrative Services, other ancillary and support services
(Category wise staff strength):





Medical Staff:


Administrative Staff:





Nursing Staff:


Sr. No. Name of the Post Sanctioned Filled Vacant Remarks
1
Chief Matron Grade I Class
II 1 1 0
2
Non Gazetted Class II
Matron 19 10 9
3 Head Nurse 87 75 12
4 Staff Nurse 550 539 11
5 Health Visitor 1 1 0
6 Assistant Nurses Fix Pay 57

Sr. No. Name of the Post Sanctioned Filled Vacant
1 Medical Superintendent 1 1 0
2 Resident Medical Officer 1 1 0
3 Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy 4 3 1
4 Physicist Class II 1 1 0
5
Tutor in Pathology In Charge Blood Bank Officer Class
II 1 1 0
6 Medical Officer Class II 9 9 0
7 Lecturer in Physiotherapy Class II 7 5 2
Sr. No. Name of the Post Sanctioned Filled Vacant
1 Executive Officer 1 1 0
2
Administrative Officer Class
II 1 1 0
3 Office Superintendent 3 3 0
4 Head Clerk 5 5 0
5 Senior Clerk 9 8 1
6 J unior Clerk 33 33 0



Paramedical and Ancillary Staff
Sr. No. Name of the Post Sanctioned Filled Vacant Remarks
1 Chief Pharmacist 1 1 0 1 Outsourcing
2 Occupational Therapist 5 0 5
3 Prosthetic and Orthotic Technician 2 2 0
4 Physiotherapist 11 11 0 11 Outsourcing
5 Dietician 1 1 0
6 Senior Pharmacist 3 2 1
7 Laboratory Technician 10 8 2
8 X-ray Technician 6 6 0 3 Outsourcing
9 Biostatistician 1 0 1
10 Dental Technician 2 1 1
11 Senior Sanitary Inspector 1 1 0
12 House and Linen Keeper 1 0 1
13 Leather Worker 4 4 0 1 Outsourcing
14 Clutches Maker 1 1 0
15 Linen Keeper 1 0 1
16 J unior Pharmacist 12 12 0 1 Outsourcing
17 Medical Record Technician 1 0 1
18 Sanitary Inspector 1 1 0
19 Laboratory Assistant 15 15 0 13 Outsourcing
20 X ray Assistant 2 2 0 2 IRCS
21 Incinerator Operator 1 1 0
22 Electroplater 1 0 1
23 Laundry Plant Supervisor 1 0 1
24 Electronic Technician 1 1 0
25 Electric Workshop Technician 2 0 2
26 Hammer man 1 1 0
27 Dental Hygienist 1 0 1
28 Electrician 2 2 0 1 Outsourcing
29 AC Plant Operator 2 1 1
30 Carpenter 1 1 0 1 Outsourcing
31 Boiler Assistant 1 0 1
32 Plumber 1 1 0 1 Outsourcing
33 Tailor 2 2 0
34 Boiler Attendant 1 0 1
35 J unior Orthotic and Prosthetic Fitter 3 2 1 2 Outsourcing
36 Wood Worker 1 0 1
37 Driver 5 3 2
38 Medical Social Worker 1 0 1
39 Statistical Assistant 1 1 0
40 Senior Orthotic & Prosthetic Fitter Artificial Limb Maker 1 0 1



Class IV Support Staff:

Sr. No. Name of the Post Sanctioned Filled Vacant Remarks
1 Head Cook 2 0 2
2 Mukadam 4 3 1
3 Dresser 10 8 2
4 Nayak 4 2 2
5 Cook 15 15 0 11 Outsourcing
6 Helper 5 5 0 1Outsourcing
7 Cutler 1 1 0
8 Barber 7 6 1 1Outsourcing
9 Nursing Orderly 1 1 0
10 Peon 13 13 0 2 Outsourcing
11 Daftary 1 0 1
12 Peon cum Daftary 1 1 0
13 Watchman 17 17 0 4 Outsourcing
14 Sweeper 162 162 0 63 Outsourcing
15 Ward Servant 157 156 1 23 Outsourcing
16 Ambulance Cleaner 1 1 0 1Outsourcing
17 Hamal 9 9 0 3 Outsourcing
18 Mali 8 7 1
19 Dhobhi 6 5 1
20 Dhobhi mate 6 4 2
21 Cookmate 11 11 0 3 Outsourcing
22 Liftman 10 10 0 4 Outsourcing
23 Animal Keeper 1 0 1
24 X-ray Servant 8 8 0 5 Outsourcing
25 Laboratory Servant 7 7 0 2 Outsourcing
26 Stretcher Bearer 10 10 0
27 Pumpman 6 6 0 2 Outsourcing
28 Class IV Servant 21 21 0 7 Outsourcing
29 Dispensary Servant 4 4 0 2 Outsourcing
30 OPD Servant 18 18 0 6 Outsourcing
31 OT Servant 42 42 0 8 Outsourcing
32 Dental Servant 1 1 0
33 Hostel Servant 10 10 0 4 Outsourcing
34 Labour Ortho 2 1 1
35
Telephone
Attendant 2 2 0