Yenepoya Medical College, Mangalore Yenepoya University
Emboldened by the overwhelming positive response of the community and the students, the management perceived a need to develop into a University, where autonomy and self reliance would place the institutions on the global map and would internally motivate them to higher levels of excellence. The IAE sponsored the formation of a new trust, the Yenepoya University, which after due process of inspection by the University Grants Commission (UGC), was recognized by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India on 27 February 2008, vide their notification No. F.9-11/2007-U.3(A). The Yenepoya University is the first private University in the District of Dakshin Kannada (South Canara).
Yenepoya Medical College was instituted in the year 1999, with a batch of 100 students. Currently, the first four batches have successfully completed their Internship. By the year 2005, postgraduate courses in eight clinical branches and also in Pathology, were commenced. The UG & PG courses are recognized by the Medical Council of India and Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore.
The Yenepoya Medical College Hospital comprises a 722 bed, fully functional hospital providing general and specialist care, either totally free or in some cases at heavily subsidized rates. It caters to the health care needs & community care of the regions of Dakshina Kannada & Northern Kerala.
The Yenepoya Medical College Academic Block has the following facilities: The Departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacoiogy, Pathology, Microbiolow, Community Medicine and Forensic Medicine are housed here. Each department has staff rooms, Demonstration Halls (with 5O seating capacity), Students Laboratory, Departmental Library cum Seminar Room, Research Laboratories, Store and Technician's Room. Infrastructure facilities provided more than meet the MCI norms. The departments of Anatomy and Forensic Medicine have state of the art museum with collections of gross specimens, rnodets, charts, photographs, mansparency slides and other exhibits. Forensic Medicine museum has a large collection of weapons, poisons and different types of dead snakes commonly seen in the country. There is a "History of Medicine" museum attached to the department of Pharmacology. The department of Microbiology also has a museum with collections of photographs and models of viruses and bacteria. There is also a department of medical illustration & photography. We have a full time Campus Officer and a visiting student counselor.
MBBS course fees At Yenepoya Medical College Mangalore
|I Year||II Yeari||III Year||IV Year||V Year|
|University & Other Fees||47,750||31,450||31,450||31,450||18,950|