Medical Colleges in Sikkim

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The beautiful state of Sikkim snuggled in the Himalayas is slowly developing its educational scenario. Quite a number of schools, colleges and other educational institutes have emerged in the state. Most of the colleges have the North Bengal University affiliation.

The most popular and sought after medical college in Sikkim is the Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Science (SMIMS), which commenced in the year 2001. SMIMS was the outcome of the joint venture of the Manipal group with the State government. SMIMS is a part of the Sikkim Manipal University and has been recognized my MCI i.e. Medical Council of India. Here are some important details on SMIMS.

Different Specialties

The varied courses available at SMIMS are as follows:

Under Graduate Courses
  • B.Sc. Medical Laboratory Technology
  • B.Sc. Health Information Administration
  • B.Sc. Respiratory Therapy
  • Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Technology (BMLT)
  • Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy
  • Diploma in Medical Radiology (Technician Course)
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
  • M.Sc. Medical Biotechnology (Integrated)
Post Graduate Courses
  • Bachelor of Medical Records Science
  • M.Sc. (Human Anatomy)
  • Diploma in Medical Transcription
  • M.Sc. (Medical Biochemistry)
  • M.Sc. (Medical Microbiology)
  • M.Sc. (Medical Biotechnology)
  • Masters in Hospital Management
  • M.Sc. (Medical Physiology)
  • PG Diploma in Dietetics
SMIMS has a very well developed and modern infrastructure. Individual attention is provided to the students. Academic progress of the students is monitored at regular intervals. Internship programs at the end of the program are mandatory for all students. A compulsory posting for 3 months in various rural medical centers provide the students with clinical exposure.

The institution in Sikkim that imparts pharmacy education to the students is the Himalayan Pharmacy Institute. The courses offered by the Institute are as follows:
    Himalayan Pharmacy Institute (PCI Approved)

    Majhitar, Rangpo Gangtok - 737 102
    Sikkim

Courses:
  • Diploma in Pharmacy (Seats:60)
  • Bachelor in Pharmacy (Seats:60)
  • Master in Pharmacy (Seats:60)

List of Top Medical Colleges in Sikkim

NameAddressPhone No.
Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences5th Mille, Tadong, Gangtok, Sikkim -73710203592-70534-35


Last Updated on : February 10, 2016

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