(1st PPP Medical College In India under National Medical Commission Act )
    Supervised under Niti Aayog Approved By National Medical Commission
    Affiliated Teaching Hospital - Bolpur Sub-divisional Hospital
    (An initiative under PPP model with Government of West Bengal)
    Affiliated by West Bengal University Of Health Sciences
    Accredited by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India
    & Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of West Bengal.

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    The campus:

    The sprawling 25 acre self-contained campus has excellent infrastructure and learning resources that collectively provide a stimulating and enjoyable learning ambience. The hostels accommodate over 200 boys and girls. Student amenities are within the campus, viz. Playground, swimming pool, auditorium, garden, prayer places, co-op store, book shop, canteens, cafeteria etc. The campus is wi-fi, eco-friendly being, mobile free, vehicle free and plastic free.

    World Class Museums:

    The College has unique museums where medical facts and oddities of the human body are on display. A collection of over 300 dissected specimens and 500 models are carefully preserved. The human foetus from a month old till its mature stage and other fascinating rarities such as huge tumours removed from the body are exhibited, making it veritable bank of a visual reference. The Anatomy museum is one of the best in India.

    Hi-Tech Laboratories:

    To understand the complexities of and to keep pace with the advances in medical science, experiments and case studies need to be conducted in well equipped laboratories. The College has an array of modern laboratories with state-of the art equipment. Trained staff provide assistance and guidance to the students.

    Skills Lab:

    This is a unique facility to train the students using simulation technology. They get hands on opportunity to perform clinical procedures on models, manikins, tissues and simulators.

    The purpose of the skills lab is to provide a safe environment for students to learn, practice and be observed performing skills in a simulated environment thus mitigating the risks involved in direct patient exposure without adequate preparation and supervision..