Shri Chhotalal Nagindas Kothari Homeopathic Medical College, Surat





Among the many medical colleges in western India, the Shri Chhotalal Nagindas Kothari Homeopathic Medical College, Surat has carved a niche for itself. With the quality facilities it provides for the students and the teaching staff, the Shri Chhotalal Nagindas Kothari Homeopathic Medical College, Surat has been held in high esteem by the medical fraternity of the state.

The Shri Chhotalal Nagindas Kothari Homeopathic Medical College in Surat is affiliated with the South Gujarat University. The private run Shri Chhotalal Nagindas Kothari Homeopathic Medical College of Surat was established in the year 2001. This college offers the B.H.M.S or the Bachelor in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery course for the students who have passed the twelfth standard with Physics, Chemistry and Biology as their subjects.

The college provides well equipped modern laboratories, library, boarding facilities and organizes several extra curricular activities. The address of Surat's Shri Chhotalal Nagindas Kothari Homeopathic Medical College is given below:

Shri Chotalal Nagindas Kothari Homeopathic Medical College and Research Center
Vikas Pratishthan Kanchwala Street
Surti Bazar Post Box-51
Vyara District, Surat


For further enquiry and detailed information on various courses and options, contact:

Shree Chotalal Nagindas Kothari Homoeopathic Medical College & Research Centre, Surat
C/o Aruna Anil Vyara Pradesh,
Vikas Pratishthan Kanchwala Street,
Surti Bazaar Post Box-51,
Vyara District. Surat.






Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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