Shri Vasantrao Naik Government Medical College

Shri Vasantrao Naik Government Medical College, (SVNGMC) is a Government Medical college & Hospital in Yavatmal city, in the Vidarbha region of the Maharashtra, India; that provides medical education at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. SVNGMC is named after the former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, late Shri Vasantrao Naik.

Shri Vasantrao Naik Government Medical College and Hospital
TypeEducation and research institution
DeanDr. Shrigiriwar
Undergraduates200 per year
Location, ,
20°23′20″N 78°07′13″E / 20.3887937°N 78.1204073°E / 20.3887937; 78.1204073
Campus127 acres (0.5 km2)
Contact No. (Dean)07232 242456
AffiliationsMaharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik

Established in 1989, recognized by Medical Council of India, SVNGMC is run by the State Government of Maharashtra, India. It is regulated by the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER),[1] Mumbai and by Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik. The MUHS Nashik college code for SVNGMC Yavatmal is 1507.


Courses available in SVNGMC



Every year a batch of 150 students is enrolled for MBBS degree course. Each medical student is uniquely identified with the year and a roll number in the batch. For example, "SVNGMC-2005-99" indicates a student belonging to the 2005 batch with a roll number of 99. After successful completion of the course, which consist of 54 months of active learning and 12 months of training (internship), medical students are awarded MBBS degree.

Students are admitted on the basis of common merit list based on the marks obtained in NEET


SVNGMC has PG courses in various subjects. PG seats are filled through NEET-PG





Infrastructure Overview[2]Edit

  • Land area: 5,13,969 square meters
  • Out Patient Department (OPD) Complex
  • 288 bedded New Hospital Building with 12 well-equipped operation theaters
  • 252 bedded Old Civil Hospital Building
  • Old Women’s Hospital and T.B. Hospital attached to the institution
  • Auditorium with 800 seats and balcony, with advanced sound system
  • Library with Internet facility
  • Dharmshala (a free lodging facility for relatives of patients)
  • CT scan, ICCU, Blood Bank, ART (Anti Retroviral Treatment) facilities are available
  • Hostels for medical students and resident doctors

Social ResponsibilitiesEdit

SVNGMC is helping local communities in their medical emergencies as well as supporting local projects and working with local NGO's. SVNGMC is also getting involved in national calamities and supporting communities who suffered from the shock. In the year 2014 India–Pakistan floods, team of doctors went to Kashmir after accepted request sent by Adhik Kadam of Borderless World Foundation who work in Kashmir Valley since 1997. Our two teams work for 40 days and served more that 30,000 patients through organized medical camps by the Kashmir Life Line, which is mainly working in Medical Emergency Services.


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