CD Pachchigar Homeopathic Medical College, Surat





With the advancement of medical science, different avenues are opening up. Alternative medical systems have been invented and existing medical branch like Homeopathy has been rediscovered and popularized again. More and more people are relying on Homeopathy, realizing the advantages of it over other treatment techniques. With the objective of popularizing the Homeopathic treatment in the state and city, the CD Pachchigar Homeopathic Medical College, Surat is working tirelessly.

The CD Pachchigar Homeopathic Medical College, Surat is situated in the state of Gujarat and respected as one of the best of its kind in the state. The course offered in the CD Pachchigar Homeopathic Medical College of Surat is:
  • B.H.M.S - Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery
    One should pass the class twelve standard with above fifty percent of marks to be eligible for the above mentioned course. The aspiring candidate must have Physics, Biology and Chemistry as regular subjects. The duration of the B.H.M.S course is of five and half years. Around Fifty seats are available in the CD Pachchigar Homeopathic Medical College in Surat for admissions in the new academic year.
The address of Surat's CD Pachchigar Homeopathic Medical College is given below:

CD Pachchigar Homeopathic Medical College
Near Anand Mangal Society
Bhatar Road, Majura, Surat-395001.




Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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