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Community Medicine

About Department

Training of Community Medicine will be undertaken during pre clinical (Phase I), para clinical (Phase II) and Clinical (Phase III). It will be from I & II (Phase I), III & IV (phase II) and VI and VII semesters in (phase III).

Goal: The broad goal of the teaching of undergraduate students in Community Medicine is to prepare them to function as community and first level physicians in accordance with the institutional goals.

Objectives: During the training, students should acquire knowledge and skills so that he can practice the community medicine after the graduation. After the completion of training, student will acquire the following knowledge and skills


  • KNOWLEDGE 
    The student shall be able to:
    1. Explain the principles of sociology including demographic population dynamics;
    2. Identify social factors related to health, disease and disability in the context of urban and rural societies;
    3. Appreciate the impact of urbanization on health and disease;
    4. Observe and interpret the dynamics of community behaviour;
    5. Describe the elements of normal psychology and social psychology;
    6. Observe the principles of practice of medicine in hospital and community setting;
    7. Describe the health care delivery system including rehabilitation of the disabled in the country;
    8. Describe the National Health Programmes with particular emphasis on maternal and child health programs, family welfare planning and population control.
    9. List epidemiological methods and describe their application to communicable and non-communicable diseases in the community or hospital situation.
    10. apply biostatistical methods and techniques;
    11. Outline the demographic pattern of the country and appreciate the roles of the individual, family, community and socio-cultural milieu in health and disease.
    12. Describe the health information systems.
    13. Enunciate the principles and components of primary health care and the national health policies to achieve the goal of 'Health for All'.
    14. Identify the environmental and occupational hazards and their control.
    15. describe the importance of water and sanitation in human health
    16. To understand the principles of health economics, health administration, health education in relation to community.

  • SKILLS 
    At the end of the course, the student should be able to make use of:
    1. Principles of practice of medicine in hospital and community settings and familiarization with elementary nursing practices
    2. Art of communication with patients including history taking and medico-social work
    3. Use epidemiology as a scientific tool to make rational decisions relevant to community and individual patient intervention
    4. Collect, analyse, interpret and present simple community and hospital based data
    5. Diagnose and manage common health problems and emergencies at the individual, family and community levels keeping in mind the existing health care resources and in the context of the prevailing socio-cultural beliefs.
    6. Diagnose and manage maternal and child health problems and advise a couple and the community on the family planning methods available in the context of the national priorities.
    7. Diagnose and manage common nutritional problems at the individual and community level.
    8. Plan, implement and evaluate a health education programme with the skill to use simple audio-visual aids.
    9. Interact with other members of the health care team and participate in the organization of health care services and implementations of national health programmes.

  • Integration 
    Time to time as and when required there is integrated teaching for overall knowledge and skill development for particular area.

Teaching of community medicine should be both theoretical as well as practical. The practical aspects of the training programme should include visits to the health establishments and to the community where health intervention programmes are in operation.

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT MESSAGE 

Department shall try to their best to fulfil stated goals and objectives. Apart from these development will try to overall development of students with due care like solving personal problems , tender care and active watch on their behaviour.

FACILITIES IN THE DEPARTMENT: All Facilities as per MCI norms

COMMUNITY MEDICINE TEACHING PLAN
SUBJECT CURRICULUM

Subject of Community Medicine will be covered in phase I, II & III. 
Phase I (I & II semester): 
Detailed curriculum will include 40 hours of lectures, demonstrations, seminars etc. together with 10 visits of two hours each. 
Phase II (III & IV semesters) & Phase III (VI & VII semesters) 
•184 hours of teaching including two 4 weeks community posting of 3 hours each (144 hours) and 40 hours of teaching including lectures – once a week in III & IV semesters respectively.
•Another 152 hours teaching including one 4 weeks community posting of 3 hours each (72 hours) and 40 hours of lectures (once a week in VI and VII semesters) and 40 hours (two hours – once a week practical) in VI semesters. 

Hence total teaching in Community Medicine is of 396 hours

Clinical postings of three hours duration daily in Community Medicine

Subjects 3rd Sem (Wks) II/I 4th Sem (Wks) II/II 5th Sem (Wks) 6th Sem (Wks) III/I 7th Sem (Wks) 8th Sem (Wks) 9th Sem (Wks) Total (Wks) (Wks)
Community Medicine 4 4th Sem (Wks) II/II 4 - 4 - - 12


EXAMINATION PATTERN Essentialities for qualifying to appear in professional examinations 
The performance in essential components of training are to be assessed, based on:
(1) ATTENDANCE 75% of attendance in a subject for appearing in the examination is compulsory provided he/she has 80% attendance in non lecture teaching. i.e. seminars, group discussions, tutorials, demonstrations, practical, Hospital (Tertiary, Secondary, Primary) postings and bed side clinics, etc. 
(2) Internal Assessment:

  1. It shall be based on day to day assessment, evaluation of student assignment, preparation for seminar, clinical case presentation etc.
  2. Regular periodical examinations shall be conducted throughout the course.
  3. Day to day records will be given importance during internal assessment
  4. Weightage for the internal assessment shall be 20% of the total marks
  5. Student must secure at least 35% marks of the total marks fixed for internal assessment in order to be eligible to appear in final university examination.

Note Internal assessment shall relate to different ways in which student’s participation in learning participation in learning process during semesters in evaluated. Some examples are as follows:
  1. Preparation of subject for student’s seminar.
  2. Preparation of a clinical case for discussion.
  3. Clinical case study/problem solving exercise.
  4. Participation in Project for health care in the community (planning stage to evaluation).
  5. Proficiency in carrying out a practical or a skill in small research project.
  6. Multiple choice questions (MCQ) test after completion of a system/teaching. Each item tested shall be objectively assessed and recorded. Some of the items can be assigned as Home work/Vacation work.

(3) UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS: 
It will be conducted in the Seventh Semester of Phase III, along with subjects of Ophthalmology and, Otorhinolaryngology. It will be conducted in theory and practical Theory papers will be prepared by the examiners. Nature of questions will be short answer type/objective type and marks for each part indicated separately. 
Practical/ clinical will be conducted in the laboratories or hospital wards. Objective will be assess proficiency in skills, conduct of experiment, interpretation of data and logical conclusion. Clinical cases should preferably include common diseases not esoteric syndromes or rare disorders. Emphasis should be on candidate’s capability in eliciting physical signs and their interpretation. 
Viva/oral includes evaluation of management approach and handling of emergencies. Candidate’s skill in interpretation of common investigative data, x-rays, identification of specimens, ECG, etc. also is to be evaluated. 
The examinations are to be designed with a view to ascertain whether the candidate has acquired the necessary for knowledge, minimum skills along with clear concepts of the fundamentals which are necessary for him to carry out his professional day to day work competently. Evaluation will be carried out on an objective basis. 
Question papers should preferably be of short structure/objective type. 
There shall be one main examination in a year and a supplementary to be held not later than 6 months after the publication of its results. Universities Examinations shall be held as under 
(Includes problem solving, applied aspects of management at primary level including essential drugs, occupational (agro based) diseases, rehabilitation and social aspects of community).

  • Oral (Viva) 10 marks
  • Practical/Project evaluation 30 marks
  • Internal assessment 40 marks, (Theory -20; Practical-20)
  • Total 200 marks
Pass: A candidate must obtain 50% in aggregate with a minimum of 50% in Theory including orals and minimum of 50% in practical 

Details of subject to be covered: 
  • History of Public Health in global and Indian contexts, evolution of health care,
  • Concept of health and diseases, disease and health profile of developed & developing countries, Levels of prevention and modes of interventions
  • Epidemiology both general and systemic covering various communicable and non communicable diseases especially those which are of importance in Indian context,
  • Concept of screening and its practical applications,
  • Various national health programs of India,
  • Biostatistics, vital statistics, demography,
  • Nutrition its role in health
  • Social sciences in health and diseases, family its functions and role in health & disease, cultural factors influencing health
  • Physical Environment and health
  • Hospital waste management
  • Occupational health for both organized and unorganized industries, related legislations
  • Reproductive and child health – Preventive & Social Pediatrics, Social Obstetrics, Family Planning and related legislations,
  • Genetic diseases especially of public health importance, prevention of their transmission
  • Mental health
  • Communication and Health education
  • Health planning and management, public health administration,
  • 1Concept & evolution of health care of community
  • International agencies in Health sector

Staff Information

 NameDesignation 
1 Dr. Pramod VermaProfessor & Head View
Name : Dr. Pramod Verma
Mobile : 09825577879
Email ID : drpbverma@gmail.com
Blood Group : O+ve
Designation : Professor & Head
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S, M.D (Community Medicine)
UG : G-18422
PG :
Date Of Joining This College : 09/03/2013
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 29 years, 7 months
Extra Details 1 :
Extra Details 2 :
Publication Details:
  1. Outbreak of Cholera in Berasia Block of Bhopal district of Madhya Pradesh. J.Com.Dis., 21 (2): 123-128, 1989
  2. Knowledge, Attitude & Practice (KAP) of tobacco consumption among college students of Bhavnagar city of Gujarat. Indian Journal of Community Medicine, Vol. 30, No. 1 Jan-March 2005, 39-40
  3. Changing prevalence of IDD in Bhavnagar district of Gujarat, IJCM, Vol. 31, No. 3, Pp. 194-195. 
  4. Correlates of severe disease in patients admitted with 2009 Pandemic Influenza A (H1N1) infection in Saurashtra Region India. Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine Vol. 14(3) July-September 2010
  5. Goitre prevalence and progress over the last decade towards iodine deficiency elimination in Kutch district, Gujarat, India. Journal of Pediatric Sciences 2010;2:e13
  6. Hospitalizations associated with 2009 influenza A (H1N1) and seasonal influenza in Saurashtra region, India Journal of Infection in Developing Countries. 2010; 4(12):834-841.
  7. Pediatric hospitalization for 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1) in Saurashtra region, India. Journal of Pediatric Sciences 2010
  8. Iodine Deficiency Disorders in 6-12 Years Old Rural Primary School Children in Kutch District, Gujarat. Indian Pediatrics Volume  48, June 17, 2011
  9. Reproductive Health Awareness and Behavior of Adolescent Girls of Bhavnagar (Gujarat) IJPSM Vo. 42(1), 2011
  10. Epidemiological & Clinical features among patients hospitalized in Saurashtra region with 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1), September 2009 to February 2011 (two waves). Indian Journal of Preventive & Social Medicine
  11. Gynecological morbidities in women of reproductive age group in urban slums of Bhavnagar city. NJCM Vo. 10 (10), 2011 Volume 3(4), Oct – Dec 2012
  12. Clinical and epidemiological features among hospitalized patients of pandemic influenza A (H1N1) in Saurashtra region, India: A two wave comparison International Journal of Health & Allied Sciences Volume 1(3) July-September 2012
Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
  1. Received two weeks training organized for Medical teachers by N.T.T.C. at P.G.I.M.E.R., Chandigarh.
  2. Received trainers training in AIDS organized by Gujarat AIDS control society
  3. Received IMNCI Training of Trainers at Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi
  4. Received training of IDSP (Integrated Disease Surveillance Project) at NICD, New Delhi.
  5. Received training on Data-validation organized by Unicef – Gujarat at Saputara, Dist. Dang, Gujarat
  6. Received Epi-Info training at SIHFW, Ahmedabad.
  7. Received training of “Writing Research Paper” organized by CORT, Baroda.
  8. Received “Training of Trainers” (TOT) for Syndromic management of STI/RTI  organized by GSACS.
  9. Attended “Scientific paper writing workshop” organized by NIHFW  at NIRRH, Mumbai.
  10. Attended MET Basic course & Orientation Workshops at Pramukhswamy Medical College, Karamsad.
  11. Attended dissemination seminar of project “Research Cell need in Medical Colleges” at IIPH, Gandhinagar

Achievements :
  1. Received WHO Fellowship in “Healthcare Financing” at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.
  2. Received National Merit Scholarship of Government of India from 1975 to 1982.
Teaching Experience :
No Teaching Experience Found
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2 Dr. Mihir GoswamiAssociate Professor View
Name : Dr. Mihir Goswami
Mobile : 9924301414
Email ID : drmihir23@yahoo.co.in
Blood Group : AB+ve
Designation : Associate Professor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S, M.D (Community Medicine)
UG : G-26014
PG : G-11941
Date Of Joining This College : 01/09/2012
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 12 Years
Extra Details 1 :
Extra Details 2 :
Publication Details:

  1. Socio-Demographic and Morbidity Profile of Slum Area in Ahmedabad, India National  journal of Community Medicine, December 2010
  2. Needle stick and Sharp Instruments Injuries among Health Care Providers at Cardiology Institute, Ahmedabad ,National  journal of Community Medicine, December 2010
  3. Needs and Experiences in Assessing Health in Sabarkantha District Indian Medical Gazette, January 2011
  4. Combined  use of metoclopramide and glycopyrrolate as a prophylactic  antiemetic in elective cesarean section under spinal anesthesia  National  journal of Community Medicine  2011,  Vol 2, issue 2
  5. General anaesthesia control mode versus local anaesthesia with intravenous sedation for day care laparoscopic tubal ligation National  journal of Community Medicine 2011,  Vol 2, issue 1
  6. Use of Chiba Needle in Epidural Anesthesia: A Combined Spinal Epidural Anesthesia Technique ,National  journal of Community Medicine 2011,  Vol 2, issue 1
  7. Evaluation of Intravenous Propofol Anesthesia and  National  journal of Community Medicine , 2011,  Vol 2, issue 2
  8. Availability of services and Facilities at Primary Health Centres in Ahmedabad district, Gujarat, National  journal of Community, June 2010
  9. Hospital Facilities in Sabarkantha District, Gujarat,Indian journal of Community Medicine  APR-JUN 2005<span lang="EN-IN" style="line-height: 115%;"
  10. Documentation of Some of the Risk Factors Coronary Artery Disease Among Adults Attending Health Camps in Rural Ahmedabad Indian Journal for the Practicing Doctor

Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
Achievements :
Teaching Experience :
No Teaching Experience Found
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3 Dr. Bhavesh ModiAssociate Professor View
Name : Dr. Bhavesh Modi
Mobile : 9426233639
Email ID :
Blood Group : O+Ve
Designation : Associate Professor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S, M.D (Community Medicine), PGDHHM, MPH, MBA
UG : G-32681
PG : G-14462
Date Of Joining This College : 01/03/2014
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 11 Years
Extra Details 1 :
Extra Details 2 :
Publication Details:
National:
  1. Evaluation of Isoniazid Preventive Therapy Policy. National Journal of Community Medicine, 2012
  2. Source of latest anti-TB treatment amongst re-treatment TB cases registered under RNTCP in Gujarat. National Journal of Community Medicine, 2011
  3. Proficiency Panel Testing as an assessment tool in External Quality Assessment system for sputum smear microscopy services in Gujarat, India Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 2011
  4. KAP regarding Micronutrient in Secondary school students of Tribal Area in Gujarat, National Journal of Community Medicine,2010
  5. A study on prevalence of chewing form of tobacco and existing quitting patterns in urban population of Jamnagar, Gujarat’, Indian Journal of Community Medicine, 2010
  6. Clinico-Epidemiological Correlates of Hospitalized H1N1 Pneumonitis Cases in A Teaching Hospital of Western India During 2009-2010 Pandemic. National Journal of Medical Reaserch 2012;2(2):218-22
  7. Choice Of Operative Technique For Emergency Cases Of Sigmoid Volvulus In A Tertiary Care Hospital Of Gujarat. National Journal of Medical Reaserch 2012;2(2):226-28
  8. Bio-Medical Waste Handling Practices in Urban Health Centres of Surat Municipal Corporation. National Journal of Community Medicine 2012;3(1):164-167
  9. Distribution of Vitamin B12 Level According To Socio-Demographic Characteristics in Patients of Dhiraj General Hospital, Pipariya, Gujarat. National Journal of Medical Reaserch 2011;1(2):54-56
  10. Variation in Thyroid Hormones Level Among People of Different Age, Gender and Seasons, Piparia, Gujarat. National Journal of Medical Reaserch 2011;1(2):57-59
  11. Evaluation of Pre-Test and Post-Test Knowledge Questionnaire After Intensive ICTC Team Training Among Health Care Workers. National Journal of Community Medicine 2011; 2(1):161-162
  12. A Profile of Knowledge And Sexual Behaviours Among Textile Workers in Context of HIV and AIDS in Surat City. National Journal of Community Medicine 2010; 1(2):97-99
  13. Awareness About Vaccine Vial Monitor At Pulse Polio Booths. National Journal of Community Medicine 2010; 1(2):172-173


International :
  1. Situation analysis of malaria in Ahmedabad city, INDIA, International Journal of Scientific Research, 2013
  2. Evaluation of tobacco cessation intervention for national tuberculosis control programme at Vadodara, Gujarat, INDIA, International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 2012
  3. Impact evaluation of smoke-free mass media campaign on knowledge, attitude and behavior of the target audience in India, International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 2012
  4. Impact of TB-HIV collaborative activities on case fatality of HIV infected TB patients registered under the TB programme in Gujarat, INDIA,  International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 2012
  5. A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of India’s 2008 Prohibition of Smoking in Public Places in Gujarat, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,2011
  6. A Profile of Patients Registered at Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART) Centre at Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education & Research (SMIMER) in Surat City, Gujarat, India. SAARC Journal of Tuberculosis, Lung Disease And HIV/AIDS 2011;VIII(2):11-16
  7. Profile of Clients Tested Hiv Positive in A Voluntary Counseling And Testing Center in Government Medical College Surat, Gujarat, India. International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences 2012; 2(2):232-36
  8. Prevalence of Tuberculosis Among HIV Positive Patients Attending ICTC in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Ahmedabad, Western City of India. SAARC Journal of Lung Disease, Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS 2013; 10(1): 13-18
  9. Follow-up Assessment of Under-nourished Children Under Integrated Child Development Services Scheme in Tapi District, India. Int J Prev Med 2014;5:758-66 (Pubmed Indexed)
  10. Urban Slums Are New and Important Areas for Inequalities in Maternal and Newborn Health in Many Areas. TAF Prev Med Bull 2014;13(3) : 217- 224

Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
Achievements :
Teaching Experience :
No Teaching Experience Found
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4 Dr. Mallika ChavdaAssistant Professor View
Name : Dr. Mallika Chavda
Mobile :
Email ID : mallikachavada@gmail.com
Blood Group : A+ve
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S, M.D (Community Medicine)
UG : G-36411
PG : G-16331
Date Of Joining This College : 20/01/2011
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 6 years and 6 months
Extra Details 1 :
Extra Details 2 :
Publication Details:
  1. 1. Effect of socio-cultural factors on the preference for the sex of children by women in Ahmedabad district
  2. 2. Knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) regarding sex determination among married women – a comparative study between urban and rural area
  3. 3. An investigation on measles outbreak in Navagam village of Surendranagar district of gujarat, india in 2008
  4. 4. Screening of novice adolescents girls for anemia studying in  medical and paramedical colleges at civil Hospital Ahemedabad, Gujarat, India  
  5. 5. Screening for weight disorders among  novice adolescents girls students in medical and paramedical colleges, civil Hospital Ahmedabad
  6. 6. Determinants for delayed initiation of breastfeeding- A hospital based comparative study between primiparous and multiparous mothers
Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
  1. 1. 23rd annual conference of IAPSM-Gujarat Chapter and IPHA-V,2016 and 42nd annual national conference 
  2. 2. 22nd  annual conference of IAPSM-Gujarat Chapter and IPHA-IV,2015
  3. 3. 21st annual conference of IAPSM-Gujarat Chapter and IPHA-III,2014
  4. 4. 20th annual conference of IAPSM-Gujarat Chapter and IPHA-II,2013
  5. 5. 19th annual conference of IAPSM-Gujarat Chapter and IPHA-I,2012
  6. 6. Basic workshop in Medical  Education Technologies
  7. 7. Non communicable diseases , Challenges and approach in the present context
  8. 8. 17th annual conference of IAPSM- Gujarat  Chapter
  9. 9. Monitoring of Iodine deficiency in Gujarat 
  10. 10. Child health: Facts, Trends, and Challenges 
  11. 11. HIV /AIDS Prevention and Treatment awareness
  12. 12. Development and pilot testing of course on outbreak investigation for resident of community medicine 
  13. 13. Integrated management of neonatal and childhood illness
  14. 14. Fluorosis prevention and control programme
  15. 15. XV annual conference of IAPSM-Gujarat Chapter
  16. 16. Research methodology and application of biostatistics in health sciences  
  17. 17. Climate change and human vulnerability to vector borne diseases
  18. 18. Save the girl child
Achievements :
Teaching Experience :
No Teaching Experience Found
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5 Dr. Jagruti PrajapatiAssistant Professor View
Name : Dr. Jagruti Prajapati
Mobile :
Email ID :
Blood Group :
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification :
UG :
PG :
Date Of Joining This College :
Teaching Expereince (Total) :
Extra Details 1 :
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Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
Achievements :
Teaching Experience :
No Teaching Experience Found
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6 Dr. Gauravkumar J. DesaiAssistant Professor View
Name : Dr. Gauravkumar J. Desai
Mobile : 9409564222
Email ID : dr_gauravdesai@yahoo.co.in
Blood Group : A+ve
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S, M.D (Community Medicine)
UG : G-42548
PG : G-20083
Date Of Joining This College : 19/12/2013
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 3 Years
Extra Details 1 :
Extra Details 2 :
Publication Details: State: 
  1. “Gender Gap” : Where are we…?. Healthline. 2014; 5 (1): 53-56.
  2. Changing Role of Anganwadi Workers in Vadodara District. Healthline. 2012; 3 (1): 41-44. 
National:
  1. Assessment of Knowledge and Practices of First Aid among the School Teachers of Vadodara City. IJRRMS. 2013; 3 (4): 21-23. 
  2. Study the Quality of Drinking Water and associated Morbidity in villages of Waghodiya Primary Health Centre, Vadodara, Gujarat. JESE. 2012;3(54): 416-419. 
International: 
  1. Profile of Patients Attending a General Practitioner’s Clinic in Vadodara City, Gujarat. India. IJHSR. 2014;4(2):12-15.
  2. Situation Analysis of Sex Ratio in Gujarat and India. IJHSR. 2014;4(1):53-58.
  3. Stress among unorganized sector in Vadodara city. IJRDH. 2013; 1(4):183-90.
  4. Attitude and Practice of Psychiatric Disorders among General Practitioners in Vadodara City, Gujarat, India. IJHSR. 2013;3(11): 86-91. 
  5. Knowledge and Practice of General Practitioners regarding Psychiatric Disorders in Vadodara city. IJRCM. 2013;3(10):16-18.
Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
  1. Workshop at Baroda on Epi-info:- 16/10/2010 to 17/10/2010.
  2. IAPSM-GC 2011 workshop & conference at Pramukhswami Medical Collage, Karamsad:- 21/11/2010 to 22/11/2010.
  3. VOISHCONE 2011 workshop & conference on Occupational Health at GIFC, Vadodara:- 17/02/2011 to 19/02/2011.
  4. IAPSMCONE 2012 workshop & conference at Dr. Rajendra Prasad Government Medical Collage, Kangda, Himachal Pradesh, India:- 27/02/2012 to 29/02/2012.
  5. Joint annual conference of IAPSM-GC (19th) & IPHA-GC (1st) at Thaltej, Ahmedabad:- 17/03/2012.
  6. Basic Workshop on Medical Education Technology, Gujarat Adani Institute of Medical Science, Bhuj:- 11/11/2013 to 13/11/2013.
  7. Joint annual conference of IAPSM-GC (21st) & IPHA-GC (3rd) at Government Medical College, Bhavnagar:- 10/01/2014 to 11/01/2014.
Achievements :
Teaching Experience :
No Teaching Experience Found
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7 Dr. Pranay JadavAssistant Professor View
Name : Dr. Pranay Jadav
Mobile : 9601455821
Email ID : dr.pranay298@gmail.com
Blood Group : AB+Ve
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S, M.D (Community Medicine)
UG : G-38508
PG : G-20137
Date Of Joining This College : 14/12/2013
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 7 Months
Extra Details 1 :
Extra Details 2 :
Publication Details:
National :
  1. Dietary and Lifestyle pattern in relation to overweight and obesity among the medical and nursing students. Indian Journal of Research and Reports in Medical Science 2012; 2(3):9-12
  2. Variation in Thyroid Hormones Level Among people of Different Age, Gender and Seasons, Piparia, Gujarat. National Journal of Medical Research 2011; 1(2):57-59

International :
  1. Changes in Serum Calcium and magnesium level in Preeclamptic vs. Normal Pregnancy. International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research 2012; 03(06):511-13
  2. Maternal outcome in relation to Biochemical parameters in Hypertensive disorders in Pregnancy. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences 2014;13 (2):18-22
Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
  1. IAPSMCON 2012 workshop & conference at Dr. Rajendra Prasad Government Medical Collage, Kangda, Himachal Pradesh, India: - 27/02/2012 to 29/02/2012.
  2. Basic Workshop on Medical Education Technology, Smt. NHL Municipal Medical College, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India: - 24/09/2013 to 26/09/2013.
  3. Joint annual conference of IAPSM-GC (21st) & IPHA-GC (3rd) at Government Medical College, Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India: - 10/01/2014 to 11/01/2014.
Achievements :
Teaching Experience :
No Teaching Experience Found
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8 Dr. Bhautik ModiAssistant Professor View
Name : Dr. Bhautik Modi
Mobile : 9725038456
Email ID : dr_bhautikmodi@yahoo.co.in
Blood Group : B+ve
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S, M.D (Community Medicine)
UG : G-41179
PG : G-19744
Date Of Joining This College : 14/12/2013
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 6 Months
Extra Details 1 :
Extra Details 2 :
Publication Details:
  1. National :
  2. Clinico-Epidemiological Correlates of Hospitalized H1N1 Pneumonitis Cases in A Teaching Hospital of Western India During 2009-2010 Pandemic. National Journal of Medical Reaserch 2012;2(2):218-22
  3. Choice Of Operative Technique For Emergency Cases Of Sigmoid Volvulus In A Tertiary Care Hospital Of Gujarat. National Journal of Medical Reaserch 2012;2(2):226-28
  4. Bio-Medical Waste Handling Practices in Urban Health Centres of Surat Municipal Corporation. National Journal of Community Medicine 2012;3(1):164-167
  5. Distribution of Vitamin B12 Level According To Socio-Demographic Characteristics in Patients of Dhiraj General Hospital, Pipariya, Gujarat. National Journal of Medical Reaserch 2011;1(2):54-56
  6. Variation in Thyroid Hormones Level Among People of Different Age, Gender and Seasons, Piparia, Gujarat. National Journal of Medical Reaserch 2011;1(2):57-59
  7. Evaluation of Pre-Test and Post-Test Knowledge Questionnaire After Intensive ICTC Team Training Among Health Care Workers. National Journal of Community Medicine 2011; 2(1):161-162
  8. A Profile of Knowledge And Sexual Behaviours Among Textile Workers in Context of HIV and AIDS in Surat City. National Journal of Community Medicine 2010; 1(2):97-99
  9. Awareness About Vaccine Vial Monitor At Pulse Polio Booths. National Journal of Community Medicine 2010; 1(2):172-173
  10. International :
  11. A Profile of Patients Registered at Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART) Centre at Surat Municipal Institute of Medical Education & Research (SMIMER) in Surat City, Gujarat, India. SAARC Journal of Tuberculosis, Lung Disease And HIV/AIDS 2011;VIII(2):11-16
  12. Profile of Clients Tested Hiv Positive in A Voluntary Counseling And Testing Center in Government Medical College Surat, Gujarat, India. International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences 2012; 2(2):232-36Prevalence of Tuberculosis Among HIV Positive Patients Attending ICTC in a Tertiary Care Hospital in Ahmedabad, Western City of India. SAARC Journal of Lung Disease, Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS 2013; 10(1): 13-18Follow-up Assessment of Under-nourished Children Under Integrated Child Development Services Scheme in Tapi District, India. Int J Prev Med 2014;5:758-66 (Pubmed Indexed)Urban Slums Are New and Important Areas for Inequalities in Maternal and Newborn Health in Many Areas. TAF Prev Med Bull 2014;13(3) : 217- 224
Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
  1. Fogarty International Research Training Workshop on “Publication Strategies and Role of Systemic Reviews & Meta-analysis in Healthcare” organised jointly by University of South Florida (USF Health) and Department of Community Medicine, G. M. C., Surat, on 8th to 10th April, 2013
  2. “WHO Fellowship Training in Biostatistics & Data Management” from 1st – 14th December, 2011 at AFMC, Pune
  3. Workshop on “ Study Design Options in Epidemiological Research” from 26th – 30th September, 2011 at MGIMS, Sewagram, Wardha
  4. “Training Course on Public Health Nutrition” from 6th – 10th December, 2010 at NIHFW, New Delhi
  5. “Training Course in Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme” on 14th October, 2010, at SMIMER, Surat
Achievements :
  1. Awarded first prize in Paper Poster Presentation category in the Joint Annual Conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine - Gujarat Chapter (19th) & Indian Public Health Association - Gujarat Chapter (1st), organized by the Indian Institute of Public Health - Gandhinagar held on 17th March 2012 at Ahmedabad. Title of Poster presentation: ‘Bio-Medical Waste Handling Practices in Urban Health Centres of Surat Municipal Corporation’
  2. Awarded with NACO Research Fellowship, 2011 for the dissertation titled - Variables Associated With Non-adherence to Anti-Retro Viral Therapy in Surat City, A Case Control Study
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9 Dr. Nilesh ThakorAssistant Professor View
Name : Dr. Nilesh Thakor
Mobile : 9979846971
Email ID : drnileshthakor@yahoo.co.in
Blood Group :
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S, M.D (Community Medicine)
UG : G-40262
PG : G-19178
Date Of Joining This College : 19/01/2016
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 7 years 6 months
Extra Details 1 :
Extra Details 2 :
Publication Details:
1. Thakor NC, Prajapati D, Pandor J, Bhagora S. A socio-demographic profile, growth, nutritional and hygiene status of children of primary and secondary boarding schools of Gandhinagar district: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2014;2:1289-93.
2. Thakor N, Gadhavi RN, Damor P, Baranda U, Bhagora S, Patel N. Sociodemographic profile and health status of children living with HIV–AIDS attached to an NGO (ADHAR) of Ahmedabad city. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2015;4:773-776
3. Thakor N, Bhagora S, Asari U, Kharadi A, pandor J, prajapati D. Effect of intravenous iron sucrose therapy for moderate-to-severe anemia in pregnancy: a longitudinal study. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2015;4:11-14
4. Thakor NC, Vikani SK, Nagar AA. Impact of educational intervention regarding mosquito-borne diseases and their control measures among multipurpose health workers (MPHWs) of Patan district, Gujarat, India. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2015;4:1620-1623
5. Thakor N, Shukla A, Bala DV, Vala M, Ninama R. Health status of children of primary and secondary boarding schools of Gandhinagar district. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2014;3:866-869. 
6. Thakor N, Prajapati D. Health and socio-demographic profile of paediatric tuberculosis patients on DOTS therapy in Ahmedabad city. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2014;3:1123-1126. 
7. Thakor N, Shukla A, Bala DV,A study on profile of paediatric TB cases in Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation area during year 2007 to 2009:  Health Line, Volume 2, Issue 2, July December 2011: p67-71
8. Thakor NC, Prajapati D, Nayak S, Chauhan J, A cross sectional study on gender bias in Fertility and Family Planning choices in a Rural Area of Patan District of Gujarat, India, International Journal of Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies (IJIMS), 2014, Vol 1, No.7, 77-84.
9. Thakor NC, Nayak S, Prajapati D, Chauhan J, A Cross Sectional study to determine prevalence of overweight and obesity and its association with Hypertension and Diabetes in Kungher ( RHTC Area) population of GMERS Medical College-Dharpur Patan, International Journal of Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies (IJIMS), 2014, Vol 1, No.7, 100-104.
10. Thakor N, Prajapati D. Tobacco and areca nut use among children of primary and secondary boarding schools of Gandhinagar district: a cross sectional study. Int J Adv Med 2014;1:137-40.
11. Verma PB, Thakor N, Goswami M. An epidemic investigation of hepatitis E in Juna Sachivalay area of Gandhinagar city, Gujarat, India. Int J Community Med Public Health 2016;3:2601-4. 
12. Nayak S, Thakor N, Bhatt AA, Prajapati M. Educational Intervention Regarding Hypertension and Its Preventive Measures among College Students in Gandhinagar City, Gujarat. Ntl J Community Med 2016; 7(7):624-626.
13. Makdani M, Thakor N. Efficacy of targeted narrowband ultraviolet B therapy in vitiligo: a prospective study. Int J Res Med Sci 2016;4:602-5.
14. Damor P, Thakor N, Baranda U, Gadhavi R, Patel N, Thakkar D et al. Human immunodeficiency virus associated tuberculous lymphadenitis: a clinical study of 50 cases of Saurastra region of Gujarat, India. Int J Adv Med 2015;2:100-3.
15. Ninama R, Thakor N, Vala M, Dund J, Kadri AM. Quality assessment of facilities available at Primary health care centres in Rajkot district: A Cross Sectional Study. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2014;3:1449-1452. 
16. Rami K, Thakor N, Patel A. Awareness and knowledge about tuberculosis in patient of tuberculosis at GMERS Medical College and Hospital Dharpur, Patan, Gujarat. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2015;4:906-909
17. Nayak S, Thakor N. Prevalence of Anaemia and visual impairment among school going adolescents of Patan City, Gujarat : A Cross Sectional Study. Ntl J of Community Med 2015; 6(3):449-451.
18. Shrimali G, Thakor N, Pandor J, Bhagora S, Saiyad SS. Morbidity profile, immunization status and prevalence of anaemia among children of residential schools of Gandhinagar district, Gujarat. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2014;3:1343-1346. 
19. Verma PB, Thakor N. Impact of educational intervention regarding anaemia and its preventive measures among adolescent girls of Government Commerce College of Gandhinagar city, Gujarat, India. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2017;6 (Online First). DOI:10.5455/ijmsph.2017.16072016606
20. Prajapati V, Makvana BJ, Gami G, Thakor N. Effect of chronic use of mobile phone on hearing of young adult age group: a case control study. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:2664-8.
21. Ghonge S, Adhav PS, Landge J, Thakor N. Prevalence of obesity and overweight among school children of Pune city, Maharashtra, India: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:3599-603.
22. Jani Y, Sarvaiya AN, Thakor N. Socio demographic profile of pediatric tuberculosis patients of north Gujarat region, India: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:3382-5.
23. Jani PS, Patel UM, Gandhi MR, Thakor NC, Kakani CR. Placental laterality and uterine artery resistance as predictor of preeclampsia: a prospective study at GMERS Medical College, Dharpur-Patan, North Gujarat, India. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:1484-7.
24. Rami K, Damor P, Upadhyay GP, Thakor N. Profile of patients of spontaneous pneumothorax of North Gujarat region, India: a prospective study at GMERS medical college, Dharpur-Patan. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3(8):1874-7.
25. Patel PG, Patel UM, Thakor N. Profile of elderly inmates of old age homes of Patan district, Gujarat, India: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:2725-8.
26. Khandhedia S, Raval CM, Thakor N. Profile of substance abusers attending at De-addiction center of GMERS Medical College, Dharpur-Patan, Gujarat, India: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:2765-9.
27. Chaudhari AI, Zaveri JR, Thakor N. Profile of confirmed H1N1 virus infected patients admitted in the swine flu isolation ward of tertiary care hospitals of Baroda district, Gujarat, India. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3(9):2174-80.
28. Jani Y, Bhambhani GD, Thakor N. Knowledge and awareness of tuberculosis in caregivers of paediatric tuberculosis patients of north Gujarat region, India: a cross sectional stud. Int J Res Med Sci 2015; 3:3572-5.
29. Gandhi MR, Jani PS, Patel UM, Kakani CR, Thakor NC, Gupta N. Perinatal outcome in pregnancy induced hypertension cases at GMERS Medical College, Dharpur-Patan, North Gujarat region, India: a prospective study. Int J Adv Med 2015;2:152-5.
30. Thaddanee R, Patel HS, Thakor N. A study on incidence of congenital anomalies in newborns and their association with maternal factors: a prospective study. Int J Contemp Pediatr 2016;3:579-82.
31. Thaddanee R, Chaudhari UR, Thakor N. Prevalence and determinants of obesity and overweight among school children of Ahmedabad City, Gujarat: a cross sectional study. Int J Contemp Pediatr 2016;3:606-11.
32. Asari U, Kharadi A, Suvera M, Baranda U, Damor P, Thakor N. A study to predict weight of children aged up to 2 years based on foot length for emergency drug dosage calculation on basis of predicted weight. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2014;3:1481-1483. 
33. Jani PS, Gandhi MR, Thakor N. Efficacy of misoprostol over dinoprostone gel and Foley’s catheter as a cervical ripening agent. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2015;4:888-892
34. Chaudhari AI, Rami K, Thakor N. Assessment of knowledge regarding noncommunicable diseases and their risk factors among students of higher secondary school: an interventional study. Int J Med Sci Public Health 2016;5:115-118
35. Rami K, Makvana BJ, Thakor NC. Knowledge, attitude and practices of hookah smoking among medical students in Gujarat, India: a cross sectional study. Int J Adv Med 2015;2:397-400.
36. Bhambhani GD, Bhambhani RG, Thakor NC. Health profile of adolescents of Bhavnagar district, Gujarat, India: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:3372-6.
37. Gadhavi R, Solanki DM, Rami K, Bhagora S, Thakor N. Relationship between blood pressure and BMI: a cross sectional study among government employees of Gujarat state, India. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:1637-40.
38. Gandhi MK, Chaudhari UR, Thakor N. A study on incidence of congenital anomalies in new borns and their association with fetal factors: a prospective study. Int J Res Med Sci 2016;4:1200-3.
39. Gandhi MK, Chaudhari UR, Thakor N. Incidence and distribution of congenital malformations clinically detected at birth: a prospective study at tertiary care hospital. Int J Res Med Sci 2016;4:1136-9.
40. Ghonge S, Bhambhani GD, Adhav PV, Thakor N. Determinants of obesity and overweight among school children of Pune city, Maharashtra, India: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:3638-43.
41. Bhambhani GD, Bhambhani RG, Thakor NC. Lipid profile of patients with diabetes mellitus: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:3292-5.
42. Patel UM, Gandhi MR, Jani PS, Kakani CR, Thakor N. Clinical profile and management of ectopic pregnancy in patients with ectopic pregnancy at GMERS medical college and hospital Dharpur-Patan, North Gujarat region, India. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:841-5. 
43. Ghonge S, Patel HS, Nagar SK, Thakor N. Prevalence of hypertension and its association with obesity among school children of Pune city, Maharashtra, India: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2015;3:3739-42.
44. Vyas KM, Bhalodia KS, Thakor N. Role of Pap’s smear and visual inspection of cervix with Lugol’s iodine for early detection of premalignant and malignant lesions of cervix: a cross sectional study. Int J Reprod Contracept Obstet Gynecol 2016;5:2684-6.
45. Jain UJ, Shah V, Thakor N. Prevalence of nutritional deficiencies other than anaemia among students of government commerce college of Gandhinagar, Gujarat: a cross sectional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2016;4:3865-8.
46. Shah V, Jain UJ, Thakor N. Impact of educational intervention regarding hazards of obesity and its preventive measures among students of commerce colleges of Ahmedabad city, Gujarat, India. Int J Res Med Sci 2016;4:3820-3.
47. Chaudhari CC, Gunjana G, Thakor N. Impact of educational intervention regarding oral rehydration solution and zinc for management of diarrhoea among mothers of urban slums of Ahmedabad city, Gujarat, India: an interventional study. Int J Res Med Sci 2016;4: 4097-100.
48. Patel KN, Shrimali GP, Thakor N. Bacteriological profile isolated from cases of otitis media diagnosed at tertiary care hospital of Gujarat, India. Int J Res Med Sci 2016;4:3891-4.
49. Patel KN, Shrimali GP, Thakor N. A study of fungi isolated from cases of otitis media diagnosed at tertiary care hospital of Gujarat, India. Int J Adv Med 2016;3:xxx-xx. (Online First)
50. Ramavat MR, Gunjana G, Kelkar VS, Patel DA, Saiyed SM, Thakor N. Prevalence of nutritional deficiencies among school going adolescents of Ahmedabad city, Gujarat: a cross sectional study. Int J Adv Med 2016;3:xxx-xx. (Online First)

Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
1. 43rd Annual National Conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine andJoint Gujarat State Conference of IAPSM (XXIII) and IPHA (V)-Gujarat Chapter at GMERS,Medical College, Gandhinagar, 6-9th January 2016
2. Joint Annual Conference of IAPSM-GC and IPHA-GC at GMERS Medical College, Sola, 12th-13thDecember, 2014
3. Joint Annual Conference of IAPSM-GC and IPHA-GC at Govt. Medical College, Bhavnagar, 10th-11th January 2014
4. Joint Annual Conference of IAPSM-GC and IPHA-GC at GCS Medical College, Ahmedabad, 8th-9thMarch, 2013

Affiliation to
Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine: Lifetime Membership No. L-2683
Achievements : Author of Gujarati Book “ Sabvedana nu Alekhan”
Teaching Experience :
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10 Mr. Jignesh GorsandiyaAssistant Professor View
Name : Mr. Jignesh Gorsandiya
Mobile : +919426398618
Email ID : garsondiya@gmail.com
Blood Group :
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : Master of Science (M.Sc)
UG :
PG :
Date Of Joining This College : 12/11/2014
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 7 Years 10 Months
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Publication Details:
1) Female feticide in the view of fertile females- A study among suburban pregnant women of Gujarat-India. International Journal of Medical Sciences and Public Health/2014/Vol 3/Issue 3
2) Pregnant women’s awareness for saving the girl child- A study from suburban population of Ahmedabad City, Gujarat, India. Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences 2013 September ;34(34):1720-1723. ISSN NO-2230-7885.
3) Profiles, Practices and Perceptions towards Gender Preferences among Pregnant  Women of Ahmedabad City, Gujarat, India. International Journal of Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies (IJIMS), 2014, Vol 1, No.6, 210-213. ISSN:2348-0343
4) An Outbreak Investigation of Viral Hepatitis E in Urban Slum Area of Ahmedabad City of Gujarat, India. GCSMC Journal of Medical Sciences Vol (1) No (1) Jan-Jun 2012. 

Attended Conferences / Workshops etc. :
I have completed my project work on “Study of Effect of Nerve Locator on Studies of Patient Under Anesthesia” in Shree Krishna Hospital, Karamsad.
I have successfully undergone the training on Controlled clinical Trials Conducted by National Institute of Epidemiology (ICMR), Chennai during June 18-22, 2007.
I have done Certificate Course in Financial Statistics in Department of Statistics, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar during 2006-2007.
I have done Certificate Course SPSS in Department of Statistics, Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar during 2006-2007.  

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11 Dr. Chiranjeev VaghelaTutor View
Name : Dr. Chiranjeev Vaghela
Mobile : 7698008815
Email ID : dr.chiranjeev1913@gmail.com
Blood Group : B+ve
Designation : Tutor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S
UG : G-41748
PG :
Date Of Joining This College : 13/12/2010
Teaching Expereince (Total) : 2 Years
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12 Dr Dhruv K ChaudharyTutor View
Name : Dr Dhruv K Chaudhary
Mobile : 9924964244
Email ID : dhruv.330@gmail.com
Blood Group : A+ve
Designation : Tutor
Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : MBBS
UG : G-49796
PG :
Date Of Joining This College : 18/09/214
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13 Dr. Neha BavarvaTutor View
Name : Dr. Neha Bavarva
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Department : CommunityMedicine
Qualification : M.B.B.S
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PG :
Date Of Joining This College : 25/01/2017
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14 Dr. Dhara PrajapatiTutor View
Name : Dr. Dhara Prajapati
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Department : CommunityMedicine
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Date Of Joining This College : 31/01/2017
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1 Daily AttendancePlease visit the site for Attendance30/12/2016 03:55:00 View

Infrastructure & Facilities

Infrastructure Details:

Department of Community Medicine

BUILDINGS:

(i)                 Demonstration Room :

a)      Number - 2

b)      Accommodation (of each demonstration room):-

Ø  Size - 60 sq.mt. Each

Ø  Capacity - 75

c)      Audio-visual equipment available. –LCD and OHP available

      (ii)              Laboratory               : Shared with Department of Microbiology

a)      Accommodation:-

Ø  Size - 200 sq.mt

Ø  Capacity- 75

b)      Working arrangement :-

Ø  Seats available – 75

Ø  Water supply – available

Ø  Sinks            - available

Ø  Electric points – available

Ø  Cupboard for storage of microscope, slides etc – Available

c)      Number of Microscopes :- 40 Dissecting microscope, 3 binocular  microscope      

d)      Whether Laboratory Manuals kept by students?  - Will be provided as and when required

e)      Close circuit TV/any other teaching aids – OHP

(g)               (iii)       Museum         :

a)      Size     :  150 sq. meters

b)      How are the specimens arranged?      : Specimens arranged theme wise

c)      Give Number of each                          :   6Racks,  10 Display cabinet,  6tables 

d)      Coverage of various fields in Community Medicine by charts, Models etc.:-

Ø  Nutrition

Ø  Environment & Sanitation

Ø  MCH & F.P.

Ø  Communicable & Non-Communicable diseases

Ø  Public Health Administration

Ø  National Health Programmes  

Ø  Occupational Health

e)      No. of catalogues of the specimens available to the students. ----- 20

f)       Seating arrangement for students ----

Ø  Type----- Stool

Ø  Number-----30

(IV)          Departmental Library-cum-Seminar Room :

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

b)                  Accommodation:-

Ø  Size---- 30 sq.mt

Ø  Capacity--- 25

(h)              Number of Books in Community Medicine and allied subjects – 95  See List of journals  (V)            Research Laboratory            :

a)      Size--- 60 sq.mt

OFFICE ACCOMMODATION: Available

a)      Professor and HOD:                                         18 sq.mt, 1 room

b)      Associate Professors/Readers :                          15 sq.mt –two rooms

c)      Asst. Professors/Lecturers:                                12 sq.mt -1 room

d)      Statistician-cum-Lecturer:                                 12 sq.mt -1 room

e)      Epidemiologist-cum-Lecturer :                         12 sq.mt -1 room

f)       Tutors/Demonstrators/Sr. Residents:                60 sq.mt -1 room

g)      Departmental Office-cum-Clerical room:         12 sq.mt -1 room

h)      Non-teaching staff:                                           12 sq.mt -1 room

 

HEALTH CENTRES (Rural and Urban)

 

R.H.T.C.

I

P.H.C. I

II

P.H.C. II

III

U.H.T.C.

IV

a)      Name of the centers

R.H.T.C.

P.H.C

P.H.C.

U.H.T.C.

b)      Location of each center

Rupal

Uvarsad

Moti adaraj

UHC, Sec-24

c)      Population covered by each center

39138

53040

42840

35500

d)      Distance from the college

15 Km

10 Km

8 Km

3  Km

       e) Transport facilities for

   1. Students & Interns

      - Staff

      - Supportive staff

   2. (i) Number of Vehicles

       (ii) Capacity of each  vehicle

   3. Control of vehicles

      - Departmental

      - Central

Yes

1 Bus

1 Jeep

 

2

1 Bus- 32, 1 Jeep- 8

 

Central

 

f)       Staff of the centers :

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

g)      Hostel facilities at the Rural Health Centers

Yes, work is just completed

N.A

N.A.

N.A.

h)      Messing facilities available or not

Yes, work is just completed

N.A.

N.A.

N.A.

i)       Working arrangement / type of control of  Health Centers

     1.Partial (Only for training)Control

 

RHTC and UHTC staff is under control of the Dean

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Monthly Teaching Schedule

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1 November-2016Proposed Schedule of Teaching Nov,1619/12/2016 21:59:00 View
2 Achieved Teaching Learning Dec 2016Achieved Teaching Learning Dec-201606/01/2017 02:41:00 View
3 January-2017Proposed Teaching Schedule Batch-Sem-4-Jan-201706/01/2017 22:46:00 View
4 January-2017Proposed Teaching Schedule Sem-6-Jan-201706/01/2017 22:47:00 View

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