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Narayan Medical College and Hospital

Narayan Medical College and Hospital
Hindi: नारायण मेडिकल कॉलेज और अस्पताल
Established 2006
Type Affiliated institution
Endowment 40 crore (US$6.0 million) per annum
President Gopal Narayan Singh
Dean Dr. Mohan Lal Verma
Academic staff
Students 400
Undergraduates 100 per year
Location Sasaram, Bihar, India
Campus Urban
Affiliations Medical Council of India

The Narayan Medical College and Hospital (NMCH) is a medical college in Indian State of Bihar and in the town of Sasaram at Rohtas district, the nearest Post office is Jamuhar.


  • History 1
  • Academics 2
  • Admission 3
  • Medical services 4
    • Blood bank 4.1
    • Emergency Casualty 4.2
    • Medicinal facilities 4.3
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7


The college start functioning in 2006.It was getting recognition on annual basis from Medical Council of India, Delhi. finally in 2011 it got complete affiliation from Medical Council of India. The university from which NMCH is affiliated is Veer Kunwar Singh University,Arra.The Narayan Medical College and Hospital (NMCH) got the approval nod to start MBBS programme from 2011-12 academic year. After the due recommendations by the Medical Council of India (MCI), the Ministry of Health approved MBBS programme (vide letter no. F.No.U.1201/318/2006-ME(P-ii)). The student capacity is 100.


MBBS (100 seats annually)

 [( MD)] (50 seats annually)


seats are filled on the basis of All India Entrance organised by NMCH and government seats are filled by BCECE

Medical services

Blood bank

An air-conditioned blood bank (100 m² area) is available with facilities like registration and Medical Examination Room and selection of donors room with suitable furniture and facilities. Blood collection room. Room for Laboratory for Blood Group serology,Room for Laboratory for Transmissible diseases like hepatitis,syphilis,Malaria,HIV antibodies etc.,Sterilisation and washing room; Refreshment room, and Store and Records room. The equipment and accessories etc. Is provided as prescribed in Part XII-B in Schedule F to the Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945.

Emergency Casualty

There is a Central Casualty department wherein consultancy services are provided by the teachers of relevant Departments. Accommodation for Resuscitation Services including Oxygen supply, ventilators, defibrillator and two fully equipped disaster trolleys (emergency trolleys), Emergency X-ray, investigative facilities, Operation theatre etc., shall be provided. These are fully equipped. A casualty ward of twenty beds is also available. Accommodation for staff on duty (Doctors, Nurses, Students and others) is provided there. Adequate sanitary arrangements (toilet and bathrooms) & drinking water facilities for patients, their attendants and the staff of the department are provided in the respective.

Medicinal facilities

  • Over 400-bed hospital
  • Highly Advanced and sophisticated ICU Units in different departments
  • Highly advanced Operation Theatres in different departments with the facilities like laproscopy unit, Feco unit for eye and other state of the art equipments available in the Hospital.
  • The college and hospital also equipped with the best and sophisticated instruments for diagnostic procedures including X-ray unit, colour dopplers, Ultra Sounds etc. in the department of radiology.
  • 24-hour emergency facility available with ambulance facilities.
  • The medical services supported by trained and well qualified nurses and supporting staffs.
  • The Medical college also provides transportation facilities to the patients in the periphery.

See also


External links


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