Sree Balaji Medical College & Hospital approved by Medical Council of India and Ministry of Health and Family welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi and affliated to Bharath University.
Sree Balaji Medical College and Hospital is a private, non-profit, self-financing Medical Institution, pledged to the service of the community, catering to the health care needs of the people in general, and especially to the needy, under-privileged, suffering section of humanity, in particular.
The College and Hospital complex has been raised in an area of 52 acres, ideally located with salubrious surroundings. It is provided with state-of-the-art infrastructure in terms of its blocks of buildings, which include cosy, comfortable and well-furnished departments, laboratories, classrooms for students, separate quarters for staff and nurses, besides equipment of latest technological quality.
At present, the hospital has 550 in-patient beds with five state-of-the-art operation theatres. Besides, there are 30 intensive care beds with the twenty-four hour hi-tech trauma care facility, serving a wide cross-section of the community, belonging to every economic segment of societvy. Free medical service is given to the poor and needy patients. Separate rural and urban health training centers have also been established so as to impart field-practice training to medical students and helping the needy people near by and those in remote rural areas.
Academic Qualifications & Eligibility
Candidates who have passed HSC examination (Academic Stream of 10 +2 curriculum) of any State/CBSE/ISC or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto, with the group of subjects specified below and obtained the minimum eligible marks prescribed are eligible to apply for admission to the course concerned.
Group of Subjects Specified
English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Botany & Zoology
MBBS course must have passed in the subject of Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry & Biology at the qualifying examination.
In respect of candidates longing to SC/ST or other OBC the marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry & Biology taken in qualifying examination be 40%.
Candidates should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December of the academic year. Date of birth given in the HSC/CBSE/ISC marks sheet or in the Birth Certificate/ Passport shall be taken for computing age of the candidate.
Filling in Application Form & Attaching Certificates:
(a) The All India Common Entrance Examination (AICEE) application form and the course application form annexed hereto should be filled in carefully and legibly by the candidates in their own handwriting. Any application found to be incomplete or defective would be rejected summarily.
(b) Candidates should enclose only attested Photo Copies (xerox) of the certificates relating to qualification, age and nationality such as HSC mark sheet(s), Transfer certificate etc. The original Mark sheet(s) of the qualifying examination should not be enclosed. They have to be produced only at the time of admission to the Degree course concerned.
(c) Photographs: Candidates should affix three recently taken passport size photographs (colour or black & White) in the space provided (i.e., one on the front page of the Application Form and two on the Hall ticket). The candidate should sign at the top of the two photographs affixed on the Hall Ticket.
(a) A Demand Draft for Rs.600/- (Rupees Six hundred only) drawn in favour the REGISTRAR, BHARATH UNIVERSITY payable at Chennai, towards non-refundable registration fee, should be enclosed along with the filled in Entrance Examination Application Form. THE CANDIDATE'S NAME AND THE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION APPLICATION FORM NUMBER SHOULD BE WRITTEN ON THE REVERSE OF THE DEMAND DRAFT.
(b) The registration fee may also be remitted in the University Office in cash while delivering the filled in application in person.
Tuition fee and other fees for Medical/Dental Courses will be in accordance with the fee fixed by the Fee Fixation Committee.