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Grant Medical College and Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals, Mumbai

  • Maharashtra
  • Estd 1845
  • MUHS, Nashik
  • MCI

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Overview

Grant Medical College and Sir J.J Group of Hospital was established in 1845. The college is affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik. According to India Today Survey, 2007, it is ranked as top 10 Best Medical Colleges in India and recognized by Medical Council of Singapore.

Sir Jamsetjee Jeejebhoy Group of Hospitals is an amalgamation of four hospitals- Sir J.J Hospital, St George's Hospital, Gokuldas Tejpal Hospital and Cama and Albless hospital. Grant College offers MD, MS and Diploma courses in various streams. There is more to it than meets the eye.

The institution has the name of being one among the oldest educational institutions in India. This oldest medical institution run by the Government of Maharashtra providing undergraduate and postgraduate medical training and health care ranging from specialties to super-specialties along with tertiary care to patients will provide enhanced standards of medical education and health care.

Facilities

  • Comp Labs

  • Sports

  • Medical

  • Library

  • Auditorium

  • Canteen

  • Laboratory

  • Classrooms

  • Security

  • Hostel

Highlights of Grant Medical College and Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals, Mumbai

Attributes
Name Grant Medical College and Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals, Mumbai
Year of Establishment Estd 1845
Type Public
Exam Frequency Deemed to be University
Approvals & Recognitions MCI
Courses Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Doctoral
Location Mumbai, Maharashtra
Email
Contact Details 022-23735555, 23754995, 23739400, 23750102, 23739034
Website https://ggmcjjh.com/

The organization offers courses that are highly recognized across the country, they have won approval from UGC, AICTE, NMC, INC. Everyone one knows, the campus is home to best talent. Efforts to make them the best starts the day one, they set their foot on the campus for studies, the lessons taught to them are regularly updated to ensure that are in tandem with the latest in the industry.

Efforts to make them the best starts the day one, they set their foot on the campus for studies, the lessons taught to them are regularly updated to ensure that are in tandem with the latest in the industry. The faculty here are highly qualified, they always keep themselves updated with the latest in the field of knowledge.

It has achieved excellence in education and research through effective collaboration with industries and other international and national organisations. It has an attractive ecosystem for students and employees and is a hub of innovation for researchers and an incubating platform for entrepreneurs. Courses are offered here at graduate and postgraduate level and are quite popular.

The institution offers undergraduate courses in various streams allied health sciences and medicine. Courses in allied health sciences are offered as BSc while the same in medicine is offered as MBBS. Candidates willing to apply for them must have passed plus-two from a recognized educational institution located anywhere in India. Those who fulfil the required eligibility condition can apply for the courses in graduation and obtain the seat by following the required admission procedure. Details about undergraduate courses are provided below:

Course  Eligibility

BSc Paramedical Technology in Laboratory/Radiography/Radiotherapy/Cardiology/Neurology/Blood Transfusion/Optometry/Operation Theatre/Endoscopy/Community Medicine/Forensic Medicine Science/Perfusion Technician/Emergency Medicine 

A pass in plus two with biology, physics and chemistry from a recognized educational institution.

Those who have passed vocational course along with 12th class exam in X-Ray Technician-1, X-Ray Technician-2, X-Ray Technician-3 will be eligible only for BSc Paramedical Technology in Radiography.

Those who have passed voctional exam along with 12th class exam in Medical Lab Technician-1, Medical Lab Technician-2, Medical Lab Technician-3 will be eligible for BSc Paramedical Technology in Laboratory only.

MBBS

A pass in plus two with biology, physics and chemistry from a recognized educational institution.

The applicants should have passed NEET UG exam conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA)

The institution offers postgraduate courses in many streams related to medicine at postgraduate level. Those who have passed graduation can apply for postgraduation. Candidates applying for doctorate must have passed postgraduation. Applicants can apply for the courses and get the seat through the required admission process. Details of the courses are mentioned below:

Course  Eligibility

PG in Medicine - MD in General Medicine/Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology/Radiodiagnosis/Radiology/Tuberculosis and Respiratory Medicine/Transfusion Medicine/Microbiology/Paediatrics/Physiology/Psychiatry/Community Medicine/Pathology/Pharmacology/Obstetrics and Gynaecology/Emergency Medicine/Anaesthesiology/Biochemistry/Forensic Medicine/Anatomy/Opthalmology/Geriatric Medicine

MS in General Surgery

MS in Orthopaedics

MS in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

MS in Opthalmology

MS in Otorhinolaryngology

A pass in graduation in the relevant discipline from a recognized educational institution. 

The applicants must also have passed NEET PG and have required registrations with medical institutions at the state or national level.

DM/MCh

DM in Nephrology

DM in Neurology

DM in Cardiology

MCh in Plastic Surgery

MCh in Urology

MCh in Neurosurgery

MCh in Thoracic Surgery

MCh in Paediatric Surgery

 

A pass in graduation in medicine (MBBS) from a recognized educational institution.

The candidates must also have passed NEET SS and have required registrations with medical institutions at national or state level

PGDMLT - Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Technology or PG Diploma - Dermatology/Public Health/Child Health/Psychological Medicine/Radio Diagnosis/Obstetrics and Gynaecology/Forensic Medicine/Anaesthesia/Opthalmology

Candidates must have passed graduation in medicine from a recognized educational institution.

They should have also passed NEET PG and have registration with medical institution at national level or state level.

Undergraduate Courses Fee

This is about the money one has to pay to study the course in the institution. There are many aspects to it and important one is the tuition fees which is the cost incurred to study the course. The other elements are security deposit or safety deposit, exam charges, laboratory charges. Certain courses may have lab work so those expenses are also to be paid, they may be separately charged. This is about the tuition fees, that is the cost incurred to study the course. Tuition fee details for various courses are mentioned below:

Course  Eligibility Fees

BSc Paramedical Technology in Laboratory/Radiography/Radiotherapy/Cardiology/Neurology/Blood Transfusion/Optometry/Operation Theatre/Endoscopy/Community Medicine/Forensic Medicine Science/Perfusion Technician/Emergency Medicine 

A pass in plus two with biology, physics and chemistry from a recognized educational institution.

Those who have passed vocational course along with 12th class exam in X-Ray Technician-1, X-Ray Technician-2, X-Ray Technician-3 will be eligible only for BSc Paramedical Technology in Radiography.

Those who have passed voctional exam along with 12th class exam in Medical Lab Technician-1, Medical Lab Technician-2, Medical Lab Technician-3 will be eligible for BSc Paramedical Technology in Laboratory only.

Rs 51,600 per year
MBBS

A pass in plus two with biology, physics and chemistry from a recognized educational institution.

The applicants should have passed NEET UG exam conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA)

Rs 1,17,260 for AIQ per year

Rs 13,360 per year for Reserved Category candidates from Maharashtra

Rs 65,310 per year for EWS category candidates from Maharashtra

Rs 65,310 per year for EWS candidates from Maharashtra who have claimed EBC for fees

Postgraduate Courses Fee

This is about the money one has to pay to study the course in the institution. There are many aspects to it and important one is the tuition fees which is the cost incurred to study the course. The other elements are security deposit or safety deposit, exam charges, laboratory charges. Certain courses may have lab work so those expenses are also to be paid, they may be separately charged. This is about the tuition fees, that is the cost incurred to study the course. Tuition fee details for various courses are mentioned below:

Course  Eligibility Fees

PG in Medicine - MD in General Medicine/Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology/Radiodiagnosis/Radiology/Tuberculosis and Respiratory Medicine/Transfusion Medicine/Microbiology/Paediatrics/Physiology/Psychiatry/Community Medicine/Pathology/Pharmacology/Obstetrics and Gynaecology/Emergency Medicine/Anaesthesiology/Biochemistry/Forensic Medicine/Anatomy/Opthalmology/Geriatric Medicine

MS in General Surgery

MS in Orthopaedics

MS in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

MS in Opthalmology

MS in Otorhinolaryngology

A pass in graduation in the relevant discipline from a recognized educational institution. 

The applicants must also have passed NEET PG and have required registrations with medical institutions at the state or national level.

Rs 1,14,300 per year 

DM/MCh

DM in Nephrology

DM in Neurology

DM in Cardiology

MCh in Plastic Surgery

MCh in Urology

MCh in Neurosurgery

MCh in Thoracic Surgery

MCh in Paediatric Surgery

 

A pass in graduation in medicine (MBBS) from a recognized educational institution.

The candidates must also have passed NEET SS and have required registrations with medical institutions at national or state level

Rs 125700 per year

PGDMLT - Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Technology or PG Diploma - Dermatology/Public Health/Child Health/Psychological Medicine/Radio Diagnosis/Obstetrics and Gynaecology/Forensic Medicine/Anaesthesia/Opthalmology

Candidates must have passed graduation in medicine from a recognized educational institution.

They should have also passed NEET PG and have registration with medical institution at national level or state level.

Rs 51,500 per year

The eligibility criteria depend upon the type of course the candidate is willing to apply at the institution. Those aspiring for graduation must have passed plus two from a recognized educational institution anywhere in India. Aspirants for postgraduate courses have to pass graduation in the relevant discipline from a recognized educational institution located anywhere in India. More information is provided below for the sake of the students:

Course  Eligibility

BSc Paramedical Technology in Laboratory/Radiography/Radiotherapy/Cardiology/Neurology/Blood Transfusion/Optometry/Operation Theatre/Endoscopy/Community Medicine/Forensic Medicine Science/Perfusion Technician/Emergency Medicine 

A pass in plus two with biology, physics and chemistry from a recognized educational institution.

Those who have passed vocational course along with 12th class exam in X-Ray Technician-1, X-Ray Technician-2, X-Ray Technician-3 will be eligible only for BSc Paramedical Technology in Radiography.

Those who have passed voctional exam along with 12th class exam in Medical Lab Technician-1, Medical Lab Technician-2, Medical Lab Technician-3 will be eligible for BSc Paramedical Technology in Laboratory only.

MBBS

A pass in plus two with biology, physics and chemistry from a recognized educational institution.

The applicants should have passed NEET UG exam conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA)

PG in Medicine - MD in General Medicine/Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology/Radiodiagnosis/Radiology/Tuberculosis and Respiratory Medicine/Transfusion Medicine/Microbiology/Paediatrics/Physiology/Psychiatry/Community Medicine/Pathology/Pharmacology/Obstetrics and Gynaecology/Emergency Medicine/Anaesthesiology/Biochemistry/Forensic Medicine/Anatomy/Opthalmology/Geriatric Medicine

MS in General Surgery

MS in Orthopaedics

MS in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

MS in Opthalmology

MS in Otorhinolaryngology

A pass in graduation in the relevant discipline from a recognized educational institution. 

The applicants must also have passed NEET PG and have required registrations with medical institutions at the state or national level.

DM/MCh

DM in Nephrology

DM in Neurology

DM in Cardiology

MCh in Plastic Surgery

MCh in Urology

MCh in Neurosurgery

MCh in Thoracic Surgery

MCh in Paediatric Surgery

 

A pass in graduation in medicine (MBBS) from a recognized educational institution.

The candidates must also have passed NEET SS and have required registrations with medical institutions at national or state level

PGDMLT - Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Technology or PG Diploma - Dermatology/Public Health/Child Health/Psychological Medicine/Radio Diagnosis/Obstetrics and Gynaecology/Forensic Medicine/Anaesthesia/Opthalmology

Candidates must have passed graduation in medicine from a recognized educational institution.

They should have also passed NEET PG and have registration with medical institution at national level or state level.

The process to apply is online and candidates have to visit the website of NTA – National Testing Agency to apply for NEET UG if they are focused on graduation in medicine. Those keen on postgraduation have to visit the website of NBEMS – National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences to apply for postgraduate courses in medicine. 

Candidates aiming for super specialty courses at the institution can appear for NEET SS, they can apply for it at the website of NBEMS. Websites for NEET UG and NEET PG have to be visited and the registration links have to clicked and then account has to be created with a username and password.

Post account creation, candidates can login and then start applying for the exam (NEET UG/NEET PG/NEET SS). The registration fee has to be paid and the application form has to be submitted.

Applicants have to appear for the exam (NEET UG or NEET PG or NEET SS) and pass it with required qualifying marks to be eligible for the next phase which comprises counselling. The qualifying marks are the minimum marks, candidates have to score in the exam to be eligible for the next phase of admission. Score of the candidates must either be higher than the qualifying marks or equal to that.

Qualifying marks are also known as cutoff marks, cutoff marks are released along the release of the results of the exam usually. Sometimes, they can be announced either before the result release of after that. Students who have qualified the exam (passing the exam with minimum qualifying marks) can download their score cards and take a printout of it.

Candidates who have passed the exam can apply for counselling which takes places at national level and state level. Those who wish to join the medical institutions in All India Quota (AIQ) can apply at national level, those willing to join in state quota have to apply in state-level. The institution has to be chosen while they apply for counselling.

Process of choosing the course and the institution to study that is called counselling. This procedure is conducted in more than one round, those who get a seat in the initial rounds can pay the fees and join the classes at the institution. And, individuals who do not get admission in the first rounds, can try in the subsequent rounds of counselling.

Counselling for the national level will be conducted by Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) which comes under Ministry of Health & Family Welfare of Government of India. The same at the state level will be conducted by the authorities concerned of the respective state. Application for AIQ counselling has to be done on the website of DGHS, the same for the state quota has to be done on the official websites of the respective authorities of various states.

The notification for counselling is issued after the release of results of the exam, after the notification is out the candidates can start applying for the counselling. The institution they wish to study has to be chosen while applying for the counselling.

For courses other than medicine offered by the institution, applicants can directly apply for them at the institution's website at the appropriate time every year. Once the notification is out, they can submit applications and follow the required process to get the admission. Those who get the admission can pay the fees and join the course. Selection will be done based on choice of the course by candidates, availability of seats in that course, demand for that course, performance in entrance exam and also in qualifying exam.

The process to apply is online and candidates have to visit the website of NTA – National Testing Agency to apply for NEET UG if they are focused on graduation in medicine. Those keen on postgraduation have to visit the website of NBEMS – National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences to apply for postgraduate courses in medicine.

Websites for NEET UG and NEET PG have to be visited and the registration links have to clicked and then account has to be created with a username and password. Post account creation, candidates can login and then start applying for the exam (NEET UG/NEET PG). The registration fee has to be paid and the application form has to be submitted.

Applicants have to appear for the exam (NEET UG or NEET PG) and pass it with required qualifying marks to be eligible for the next phase which comprises counselling. The qualifying marks are the minimum marks, candidates have to score in the exam to be eligible for the next phase of admission. Score of the candidates must either be higher than the qualifying marks or equal to that.

Qualifying marks are also known as cutoff marks, cutoff marks are released along the release of the results of the exam usually. Sometimes, they can be announced either before the result release of after that. Students who have qualified the exam (passing the exam with minimum qualifying marks) can download their score cards and take a printout of it.

Candidates who have passed the exam can apply for counselling which takes places at national level and state level. Those who wish to join the medical institutions in All India Quota (AIQ) can apply at national level, those willing to join in state quota have to apply in state-level. The institution has to be chosen while they apply for counselling.

Process of choosing the course and the institution to study that is called counselling. This procedure is conducted in more than one round, those who get a seat in the initial rounds can pay the fees and join the classes at the institution. And, individuals who do not get admission in the first rounds, can try in the subsequent rounds of counselling.

Counselling for the national level will be conducted by Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) which comes under Ministry of Health & Family Welfare of Government of India. The same at the state level will be conducted by the authorities concerned of the respective state. Application for AIQ counselling has to be done on the website of DGHS, the same for the state quota has to be done on the official websites of the respective authorities of various states.

The notification for counselling is issued after the release of results of the exam, after the notification is out the candidates can start applying for the counselling. The institution they wish to study has to be chosen while applying for the counselling. Selection will be done based on choice of the course by candidates, availability of seats in that course, demand for that course, performance in entrance exam and also in qualifying exam.

For courses other than medicine offered by the institution, applicants can directly apply for them at the institution's website at the appropriate time every year. Once the notification is out, they can submit applications and follow the required process to get the admission. Those who get the admission can pay the fees and join the course.

The process to apply is online and candidates have to visit the website of NTA – National Testing Agency to apply for NEET UG if they are focused on graduation in medicine. Those keen on postgraduation have to visit the website of NBEMS – National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences to apply for postgraduate courses in medicine.

Websites for NEET UG and NEET PG have to be visited and the registration links have to clicked and then account has to be created with a username and password. Post account creation, candidates can login and then start applying for the exam (NEET UG/NEET PG). The registration fee has to be paid and the application form has to be submitted.

Applicants have to appear for the exam (NEET UG or NEET PG) and pass it with required qualifying marks to be eligible for the next phase which comprises counselling. The qualifying marks are the minimum marks, candidates have to score in the exam to be eligible for the next phase of admission. Score of the candidates must either be higher than the qualifying marks or equal to that.

Qualifying marks are also known as cutoff marks, cutoff marks are released along the release of the results of the exam usually. Sometimes, they can be announced either before the result release of after that. Students who have qualified the exam (passing the exam with minimum qualifying marks) can download their score cards and take a printout of it.

Candidates who have passed the exam can apply for counselling which takes places at national level and state level. Those who wish to join the medical institutions in All India Quota (AIQ) can apply at national level, those willing to join in state quota have to apply in state-level. The institution has to be chosen while they apply for counselling.

Process of choosing the course and the institution to study that is called counselling. This procedure is conducted in more than one round, those who get a seat in the initial rounds can pay the fees and join the classes at the institution. And, individuals who do not get admission in the first rounds, can try in the subsequent rounds of counselling.

Counselling for the national level will be conducted by Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) which comes under Ministry of Health & Family Welfare of Government of India. The same at the state level will be conducted by the authorities concerned of the respective state. Application for AIQ counselling has to be done on the website of DGHS, the same for the state quota has to be done on the official websites of the respective authorities of various states.

The notification for counselling is issued after the release of results of the exam, after the notification is out the candidates can start applying for the counselling. The institution they wish to study has to be chosen while applying for the counselling.

For courses other than medicine offered by the institution, applicants can directly apply for them at the institution's website at the appropriate time every year. Once the notification is out, they can submit applications and follow the required process to get the admission. Those who get the admission can pay the fees and join the course.

 

The life on campus is more than comfortable as the amenities there are on par with the best in the country. The focus will be on academics where each program is comprehensive to provide the student with sufficient inputs and training in relevant skills so as to help the students embark on a professional career.

Apart from providing core inputs related to the specific program the student will also be provided with an exposure to inter-disciplinary areas. Added to this the students will be trained to  increase their competence in communication skills, reasoning skills, critical, creative thinking capabilities and a capacity to drive for continuous self-learning towards individual development.

If the work on academics for the day is over, the time to relax will be a good thing to by socialising with friends on the campus or in the eateries which are brilliant when it comes to serving good food.

One should never be able to forget, the library on the campus which is a great storehouse of knowledge. Students who want to spend their leisure hours gaining some knowledge in connection with his or her respective subject can make way to the library.

There is ample scope for extra-curricular activities, students can take part in them and bring out their innate talents. The next would be the amenities, classrooms are designed in a way that give students the maximum comfort.

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