Maharashtra Institute of Medical Science & Research Latur, is a Medical Institution located in Latur,
Maharashtra. It is affiliated to the 'Maharashtra University of Health Sciences' and recognised by the 'Medical Council of India'. It was established in 1989.
Maharashtra Institute of Medical Science & Research Latur (MIMSRL) principally offers a graduate degree in medicine namely MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery). It has a total student intake capacity of 100. Currently Post Graduate courses are not offered.
Students come from all over India. The division of seats for students from the state of Maharashtra & Rest of India is as follows:
- Students from MHTCET(Maharashtra Health Sciences Common Entrance test): 85%
- Students from PMT(All India Pre Medical Test): 15%
The detailed division of seats can be seen on the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences website and is subject to change.
The College campus is located on the outskirts of the Latur city. A satellite view of the same is available on Wikimapia. The Hospital attached to the college is Yeshwantrao Chavan Rural Hospital, Latur.
The college construction was completed by 1994 and the Hospital, which was initially planned for 1100 beds, had its major construction over by 1995. At present it is fully equipped 550-bed hospital with 10 operation theatres and intensive care units for adults and children and neonates. Bio-waste management was made mandatory from 2000 and the hospital has invested in state of the art incinerator and practicing the health care waste management in Toto. The present premises comprises of the college building, the Yeshwantrao Chavan Rural Hospital building, lady’s and boy's hostels, staff quarters, animal house, a well equipped central library, incinerator block, playground, construction dept. building, laundry, canteen, staff quarters, etc.
RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
M.I.M.S.R. Medical College provides ambience for research and encourages the teachers to undertake research work and present their findings in conference or publish them in journals and periodicals. About 30% of teachers are engaged in research work and many of them are guiding postgraduate students in preparing their dissertations for diploma or degree courses. A research society and ethical committee for human research ethical committee for research on animals exists in MIMSR to look after the ethical aspects of research.