Mamata Medical College
Recognised by Govt.of India
& Medical Council Of India
Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences
Mamata Medical College is the first private, self funded College to have earned final recognition from Medical Council of India as a Medical College, in the State of Andhra Pradesh with an intake of 150 admissions annually.
Mamata Medical College was awarded 'A' Grade (Very Good) with CGPA of 3.12 on four point scale by the NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACCREDITATION COUNCIL (NAAC) on 31st December, 2009.The credit for this goes to the dedicated effort of staff, students and management.
Mamata Medical College is listed in Avicenna Directories [Earlier known as WHO world directory Medical Schools] ,Global Directories of Education Institutions for
Health Professions - A partnership of WHO and the University of Copenhagen
The Medical College was started in the year 1998 and has obtained final recognition from Medical Council of India and the Government of India in March, 2003.
It obtained permission from MCI & Govt. of India for starting 19 Post Graduate Degree and 11 Diploma Courses in different clinical and non-clinical departments in the year 2003, and also permanent recognition status from MCI in December 2006. The Medical Council of India has given permission to start M.D. (Physiology) course from the academic year 2011.
M.Sc. Medical Courses like Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Microbiology are started in the year 2003 with permission of the NTR University.
Located in the heart of the City of Khammam, this College attracts students from all over the Country and abroad.
The advantages of the students at Mamata are an ideal ambience for pursuing studies, highly qualified and experienced faculty, proper facilities like air-conditioned class rooms, labs, library, auditorium, hostels for boys and girls, staff quarters, transportation facilities, sports facilities etc., and a large well equipped, well staffed, and properly functioning teaching hospital.
Abundant clinical material is available to the students in the attached 900 bed teaching hospital Mamata General Hospital which is within the campus and it is provides free treatment to all out patients and elective inpatients. All diagnostic tests like X-ray Ultra Sound blood and Urine tests in the central lab are done free of cost. All inpatients are given free food twice a day.Students get excellent hands-on experience in the hospital and they learn through live demonstrations.
The students learn to cure as well as care for the patients. The stress is laid on the ethos and moral values of the medical profession.