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Medical College & Research Centre (LNMCRC) J. K Hospital & Medical Research Centre ————————————————- (JKHMRC), Bhopal (M. P) ————————————————- ————————————————- ————————————————- ————————————————- ————————————————- ———————————————— ————————————————- ————————————————- ————————————————- ————————————————- ————————————————- ————————————————- A new Medical College project promoted and managed by: H. K. KALCHURI EDUCATION TRUST 31, SHYAMLA HILLS, BHARAT BHAWAN ROAD BHOPAL – 462 002 (MP) Ph. : 0755 – 2660930 ; Fax: 0755 – 2661179 Email : [email protected] com Web site : lnctbpl. in Detailed Project Report of L.

N. Medical College & Research Centre (LNMCRC) and J. K Hospital & Medical Research Centre (JKHMRC), Bhopal (M. P) Detailed Project Report Techno – Economic – Feasibility Report of a new Medical College & Hospital ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Detailed Project Report Prepared by: MediSys Project Consultants Pvt. Ltd Admn. Office: 202 – Saba Apartments D-3, Sector 44, Noida 201 301. NCR Delhi Tel: (Mob): 98 711 33772 email : [email protected] com , [email protected] com [email protected] com visit us www. edisys. co. in -Index- 1. Copy of the covering letter …………………………………………………………………………… 11 2. FORM – I : Application for Letter of Intent & Permission of the Central Government to establish a New Medical College…………………14 2. 1. Particulars of Applicant – ………………………………………………………………………………… 14 3. List of Enclosures for Project Profile – Annexure Profile (as separate enclosure)– ……………………………………………………………………………… 16 4.

List of References & Govt. Notifications to Establish a New Medical College……………………………………………………………………………………………… 17 5. PART – I: Desirability & Prima-facie Feasibility of Setting up a Medical College at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh…………………………………….. 18 5. 1. Eligibility Criteria – ………………………………………………………………………………. 18 5. 2. Qualifying Criteria – ……………………………………………………………………………… 18 5. 2. . Objectives ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 18 5. 2. 2. Land Details …………………………………………………………………………………………… 19 5. 2. 3. Essentiality Certificate ………………………………………………………………………… 19 5. 2. 4. University Affiliation……………………………………………………………………………. 19 5. 2. 5. Time Bound Program ………………………………………………………………………….. 9 5. 2. 6. Admission of Students ………………………………………………………………………… 20 5. 2. 7. Grant of Permission & Completion of the Project …………………………. 20 5. 2. 8. Medical College as an Independent Institution ……………………………… 20 5. 2. 9. Teaching Hospital ………………………………………………………………………………… 20 5. 2. 10. Performance Bank Guarantee (PBG) …………………………………………….. 21 6.

Basic Infrastructural Facilities and Managerial & Financial Capabilities…………………………………………………………………………………………………. 22 6. 1. Infrastructural facilities for the proposed LNMCRC ………………………… 22 6. 1. 1. L. N. Medical College & Research Centre (LNMCRC)& J. K Hospital and Medical Research Centre (JKHMRC)– Hospital Planning and Management …………………………………………………………………………… 22 6. 1. 2. Organization of the JHHMRC – Hospital …………………………………………………….. 3 6. 1. 3. JKHMRC – Hospital Services – presently available ………………………………….. 23 6. 1. 4. JKHMRC – Hospital Supportive Services – presently available .. ……….. 24 6. 1. 5. JKHMRC – Hospital Engineering Services – presently available…………… 25 6. 1. 6. JKHMRC– Administrative Services………………………………………………………………. 25 6. 1. 7. JKHMRC – Staff Requirements and other Infrastructure/ Building Requirements …………………………………………………………………………………. 25 6. 1. 8.

J. K Hospital and Medical Research Centre as referral Hospital…………….. 26 6. 2. Hospital as a Teaching Hospital with its expansion program………… 28 6. 2. 1. Number of Beds as per MCI ………………………………………………………………………….. 28 6. 3. Distribution of Beds as per MCI …………………………………………………………. 29 6. 4. Built up area of the upcoming Teaching Hospital …………………………… 30 6. 5. Teaching Hospital built-up area (building wise) …………………………….. 31 6. 6.

Projected built up area for a new Medical College buildings (150 annual admissions) in two phases …………………………………………… 32 6. 7. Teaching Staff for a proposed new Medical College & Hospital…….. 33 6. 8. Number of Students Hostel & Staff quarters – year wise requirements ………………………………………………………………………………………. 34 6. 9. Staff Quarters year wise requirements- Nos & Built up area…………35 6. 10. Hostel Buildings year wise requirements……………………………………….. 36 6. 11.

College of Nursing – proposed College of Nursing ……………………….. 37 6. 12. Consolidated built up area for proposed new College of Nursing ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 38 7. Managerial & Financial Capabilities of the Trust ……………………………….. 39 7. 1. Managerial Capabilities ………………………………………………………………….. 39 7. 1. 1. H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal ………………………………………………….. 39 7. 1. 2.

Composition of the Trust …………………………………………………………………………. 39 7. 1. 3. Particulars of the Members of Present Trustees ………………………………… 40 7. 1. 4. Project Consultant – MediSys Project Consultants, Private Ltd, New Delhi……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 42 7. 1. 5. Specialist Advisory Committee / Other Key Personnel ……………………… 43 7. 1. 6. Governing Council / Board – H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust ……………. 3 7. 1. 7. Present Governing Council ………………………………………………………………………. 43 7. 1. 8. Organizational Structure of H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust: ……………… 44 7. 2. Financial Capabilities of H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust– ……………. 45 8. FORM – I PART – II : Techno-Economic Feasibility Report- Proposed Medical College :- …………………………………………………………………… 46 8. 1. Name and Address of the Medical College ……………………………………. 46 8. 2.

Market Survey and Environmental Analysis ……………………………….. 46 8. 2. 1. National Medical Education Policy ………………………………………………………… 46 8. 2. 2. Medical Manpower in India (Planning commission report) …………….. 46 8. 2. 3. State Govt. Medical/Medical Education Policy & its main Features.. 46 8. 2. 4. Main Features of State Medical Education Policy ……………………………….. 48 8. 2. 5. Present Health Care Scenario of the State ……………………………………………. 49 8. . Healthcare Status of Madhya Pradesh-An Overview and Availability of Doctors in the State and need for Increase …………. 50 8. 3. 1. Demographic Profile of the State ……………………………………………………………. 50 8. 3. 2. Vital Statistics ……………………………………………………………………………………………… 51 8. 3. 3. Beds (Sanctioned) in Government Medical Institution ………………………. 52 8. 3. 4. Number Of Medical Institutions and Clinics …………………………………………. 3 8. 3. 5. Districts Wise Number Of Allopathic Institutions And Beds – 1998-99 ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 54 8. 4. Healthcare facilities of Bhopal ……………………………………………………….. 55 8. 4. 1. Government Hospitals ……………………………………………………………………………….. 55 8. 4. 2. Private Hospitals of Bhopal ………………………………………………………………………. 55 8. 4. 3.

Number of Registered Doctors with State Medical Council (source: Medical Council of India 2007-08) – a comparative analysis ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 59 8. 4. 4. State wise details of Govt. / Private Medical Colleges & their allotted Medical Seats (MCI 2007-08 and as on April 2008) ……………. 61 8. 4. 5. State wise details of Number of Medical seats in Govt. / Private Medical Colleges …………………………………………………………………………. 3 8. 4. 6. All India Comparative Status of Registered Medical Doctors with State Councils (MCI 2007-08) ……………………………………………….. 66 8. 4. 7. Need and availability of trained Medical manpower & Gap Analysis ………………………………………………………………….. ……………….. 66 8. 4. 8. Healthcare of Madhya Pradesh at a Glance ……………………………………. 70 8. 4. 9. Healthcare Indices – ……………………………………………………………………. 70 8. 4. 10.

Morbidity and Mortality – ……………………………………………………………. 71 8. 4. 11. Hospitals, Dispensaries & Hospital Beds – ………………………………………. 72 8. 4. 12. Heath Care Infrastructure in Madhya Pradesh ……………………………….. 74 8. 4. 13. Availability & requirement of medical manpower in the state : ………….. 74 8. 4. 14. Health care status at Bhopal : ………………………………………………………. 74 8. 4. 15. Need for a Healthcare Institution at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh…………… 75 8.

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Desirability & Feasibility of Establishing a New Medical College at Bhopal, M. P – Gap Analysis …………………………………………… 76 8. 4. 17. No. of Medical Institutions / Clinics available in the Catchments Area ………………………………………………………………………… 77 8. 4. 18. List of Hospitals in & around catchment areas: ……………………………….. 78 8. 4. 19. Augmentation of Medical Health Care – NGOs / VHOs Involvement ………………………………………………………………………………. 78 8. 4. 20.

Desirability & Feasibility – Summary and Conclusion ………………………. 80 8. 5. Site Characteristic and Availability of External Linkages – ………. 82 8. 5. 1. Topography & Location……………………………………………………………….. 82 8. 5. 2. Plot Size…………………………………………………………………………………….. 82 8. 5. 3. Permissible FSI ………………………………………………………………………….. 82 8. 5. 4. The ground coverage …………………………………………………………………… 2 8. 5. 5. Building Height ………………………………………………………………………….. 83 8. 5. 6. Road Access ………………………………………………………………………………. 83 8. 5. 7. Availability of Public Transport ……………………………………………………. 83 8. 5. 8. Electric Supply …………………………………………………………………………… 83 8. 5. 9. Water Supply …………………………………………………………………………….. 84 8. 5. 10.

Sewage Connection …………………………………………………………………….. 84 8. 5. 11. Tele-Communications………………………………………………………………….. 84 8. 6. Educational Program …………………………………………………………………. 85 8. 6. 1. Proposed Annual Intake of Students ………………………………………………. 85 8. 6. 2. Admission to the Medical Course – ‘Eligibility Criteria’ (MCI) …………….. 85 8. 6. 3. Selection of Students……………………………………………………………………. 6 8. 6. 4. Method of Admission …………………………………………………………………… 88 8. 6. 5. Reservation / Preferential Allocation Seats …………………………………….. 88 8. 6. 6. Training Period and Time Distribution (MCI) …………………………………. 88 8. 6. 7. Phase Distribution and Timing of Examinations : ……………………………. 91 8. 6. 8. General Considerations and Teaching Approach ……………………………… 93 8. 6. 9. Objectives of Medical Graduate Training Program ………………………….. 95 8. 7.

Examination Regulations (MCI) ………………………………………………… 96 8. 7. 1. Proposed Schedule of Internal Assessment and University Examination ……………………………………………………………………………… 96 8. 7. 2. Attendance ………………………………………………………………………………… 97 8. 7. 3. Internal Assessment ………………………………………………………………….. .. 97 8. 7. 4. University Examinations ……………………………………………………………… 98 8. 7. . Syllabi for MBBS Course of Study (MCI) ………………………………………… 99 8. 8. Facilities available in the Teaching Hospital ……………………………… 99 8. 8. 1. Medical – Clinical Services …………………………………………………………… 99 8. 8. 2. Hospital Supportive Services ………………………………………………………. 100 8. 8. 3. Hospital Engineering Services ……………………………………………………. 100 8. 8. 4. Hospital Beds – Number & Distribution (as per MCI) : …………………… 101 9.

Functional Program – Proposed New Medical College (after letter of intent) ………………………………………………………………… 103 9. 1. Minimum Physical Requirements for Teaching Hospital ………… 103 9. 2. Provisional carpet / built-up area (building wise)- Teaching Hospital …………………………………………………………………….. 104 9. 3. Projected built up area for a new Medical College buildings (150 annual admissions) ………………………………………….. 105 9. 4. Teaching Staff for a new Medical College & Hospital ………………. 06 9. 5. Number of Students Hostel & Staff quarters – year wise requirements ……………………………………………………………………………. 107 9. 6. Staff Quarters year wise requirements- Nos & Built up area 108 9. 7. Hostel Buildings year wise requirements ………………………………… 109 9. 8. College of Nursing – College of Nursing …………………………………… 110 9. 9. Consolidated Built up area for a new College of Nursing ………… 111 10. Proposed Equipment Program (after letter of intent) …………….. 112 10. 1.

Instruments & Equipments of Medical College – …………………….. 112 11. Proposed Manpower Program (after letter of intent) …………….. 137 11. 1. Teaching Staff – Medical College & Medical Hospital………………. 137 11. 1. 1. Minimum Staffing Pattern for MBBS Course – 150 Admission (MCI) ……………………………………………………………………………………… 137 11. 1. 2. Teaching & Other Staff Available in the Medical College and Hospitals …………………………………………………………………………………. 37 LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal – 5 -5 – 11. 1. 3. Proposed dept. wise Ancillary Staff for Medical College & Hospitals …………………………………………………………………………………. 148 11. 2. Minimum Basic Qualification and Teaching Experience Required for Teachers for Under-Graduate Medical Studies (MCI)……………………………………………………………………………. 155 11. 2. 1. Medical Staff ……………………………………………………………………………. 155 11. 3.

Recruitment of Staff for the Proposed Medical College …………… 155 11. 4. Provisional Salary Structure for Teaching Faculty ………………….. 155 12. Proposed building program – New Medical College ……………….. 157 13. Planning and Layout – New Medical College & Hospital …………. 158 13. 1. Plan of Medical College & Medical Hospital Complex ……………… 158 13. 2. Architectural Layout Plans ………………………………………………………. 158 13. 3. Section, Elevations …………………………………………………………………… 158 13. . Floor-wise Area Calculations of Medical College & Hospital ……………………………………………………………………………………. 158 13. 5. Ancillary Buildings and Miscellaneous ……………………………………. 158 13. 6. Student Hostel Buildings …………………………………………………………. 158 13. 7. Buildings for Staff Quarters …………………………………………………….. 158 14. Phasing and Scheduling – of Medical College ………………………….. 159 14. 1. Phasing and Schedule – Medical College & Teaching

Hospital ……………………………………………………………………………………. 159 14. 1. 1. Commencement and Completion of Building Design ………………………. 159 14. 1. 2. Local Body Approvals ……………………………………………………………….. 159 14. 1. 3. Civil Constructions ……………………………………………………………………. 159 14. 1. 4. Provision of Engineering Services ……………………………………………….. 159 14. 1. 5. Equipments ……………………………………………………………………………… 59 14. 1. 6. Recruitment of Staffs (Teaching) …………………………………………………. 159 14. 1. 7. Phasing of Commissioning …………………………………………………………. 159 14. 2. Phasing and Schedule – Medical College & Medical Hospital ……………………………………………………………………………………. 160 14. 2. 1. Commencement and Completion of Building Design ………………………. 160 14. 2. 2. Local Body Approvals ……………………………………………………………….. 160 14. 2. 3.

Civil Constructions ………………………………………………………………….. .. 160 14. 2. 4. Provision of Engineering Services & Equipments …………………………… 160 14. 2. 5. Recruitment of Staffs (Teaching) …………………………………………………. 160 14. 2. 6. Phasing of Commissioning …………………………………………………………. 160 LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal 6 -6 – 15. Financial Profile Medical College and Hospital ………………………. 161 15. 1. Project Cost and Capital Budgeting Process …………………………….. 61 15. 2. Means of Finance and Project Cost ………………………………………….. 161 15. 3. Revenue Assumptions………………………………………………………………. 161 15. 4. Expenditure Assumptions………………………………………………………… 161 15. 5. Operating Results – Income Expenditure Statements ……………… 161 15. 6. Cash Flow Analysis …………………………………………………………………… 161 15. 7. Projected Balance Sheet …………………………………………………………… 161 16.

Form – I Part – III : Hospital Details…………………………………………. 162 16. 1. Name and address of the existing Hospital ……………………………… 162 16. 2. Details of the proposed Hospital ……………………………………………… 162 16. 2. 1. Bed Strength ……………………………………………………………………………. 162 16. 2. 2. Bed Distribution ……………………………………………………………………….. 162 16. 2. 3. Built up area – Phase- I ……………………………………………………………… 62 16. 2. 4. Clinical & Paraclinical disciplines………………………………………………… 162 16. 2. 5. Out Patient Department & OPD attendance, department wise………….. 163 16. 2. 6. Architectural and layout plans ……………………………………………………. 163 16. 2. 7. List of Medical and allied equipments…………………………………………… 163 16. 2. 8. Capacity and configuration of Hospital Engineering Services ………….. 163 16. 2. 9. Hospital services and administrative, supportive Services ………………. 164 16. 2. 10.

Other Ancillary and supportive services ……………………………………….. 164 16. 2. 11. Category wise staff strength * …………………………………………………….. 164 17. Up gradation and expansion Program …………………………………….. 165 17. 1. Details about additional land for the project proposal ……………. 165 17. 1. 1. Land Particulars ………………………………………………………………………. 165 17. 1. 2. Plot size …………………………………………………………………………………… 65 17. 1. 3. Authorized land usage ……………………………………………………………….. 166 17. 1. 4. Geography ………………………………………………………………………………. 166 17. 1. 5. Soil Conditions …………………………………………………………………………. 166 17. 1. 6. Road access ……………………………………………………………………………… 166 17. 1. 7. Availability of Public Transport ………………………………………………….. 66 17. 1. 8. Electric Supply …………………………………………………………………………. 167 17. 1. 9. Water Supply …………………………………………………………………………… 167 17. 1. 10. Sewage Connection …………………………………………………………………… 167 17. 1. 11. Telephone Lines ………………………………………………………………………… 168 17. 2. Upgraded Medical Program ……………………………………………………… 169 17. 2. 1.

Preclinical Departments – Phase – I (2008-09) : …………………………… 169 17. 2. 2. Para-clinical Departments – Phase – II (2009-10) …………………………. 169 17. 2. 3. Clinical Departments (2010 – 2012) …………………………………………….. 169 17. 2. 4. Specialty wise bed distribution : ………………………………………………….. 170 17. 3. Building expansion program ……………………………………………………. 171 17. 3. 1. Staff housing ……………………………………………………………………………. 71 17. 3. 2. Students / Staff hostels ………………………………………………………………. 171 LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal – 7 -7 – 17. 3. 3. Other Ancillary buildings …………………………………………………………… 171 17. 3. 4. Phase wise Project Proposal ……………………………………………………….. 172 17. 4. Planning and layout …………………………………………………………………. 173 17. 4. 1. Layout plan ……………………………………………………………………………… 173 17. 4. 2.

Sections …………………………………………………………………………………… 173 17. 4. 3. Elevations ……………………………………………………………………………….. 173 17. 4. 4. Floor wise area calculation of the Hospital……………………………………. 173 17. 4. 5. Floor wise area calculation of ancillary buildings ………………………….. 173 17. 5. Up gradation of Hospital engineering services ………………………… 173 17. 5. 1. Power Supply ………………………………………………………………….. ………. 74 17. 5. 2. Vertical transportation ……………………………………………………………… 174 17. 5. 3. Waste disposal …………………………………………………………………………. 174 17. 5. 4. Other Engineering services ………………………………………………………… 174 17. 6. Up graded Equipment program ……………………………………………….. 176 17. 6. 1. Upgraded Instrument & Equipment of the Hospital ……………………….. 176 17. 7. Up graded manpower program ………………………………………………… 17 17. 8. Phasing and scheduling of expansion scheme …………………………. 217 17. 9. Project cost of the expansion scheme – Financial Profile …………. 217 17. 10. Means of financing in the project …………………………………………….. 217 17. 11. Revenue assumptions ………………………………………………………………. 217 17. 12. Expenditure assumptions ………………………………………………………… 217 17. 13. Operating results ……………………………………………………………………… 217 18.

Time Bound Program schedule …………………………………………………. 218 18. 1. Chart – I – Time Bound Program (MCI) – ………………………………… 219 19. Financial Profile – LNMCRC & J. K. Hospital & Medical Research Centre ………………………………………………………………………… 232 19. 1. Project Cost – Capital Budgeting Process …………………………………. 232 19. 2. Means of Finance & Project Finance –……………………………………… 235 19. 3. Revenue Assumption from the Hospitals – ……………………………… 35 19. 4. Revenue Assumption from the Medical College – ……………………. 236 19. 5. Projected Schedule of Income from the Project Operation – ………………………………………………………………….. …………………. 236 19. 6. Expenditure Assumption for the Hospitals – …………………………… 236 19. 7. Expenditure Assumptions for the Medical College – ……………….. 237 19. 7. 1. Chemicals, Consumables and Disposables for the College ………………… 238 19. 7. 2. Stationeries, Printing and Office Expenditures ………………………………. 38 19. 7. 3. Hospital Administrative Service Expenditures ………………………………. 238 LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal 8 -8 – 19. 8. Projected Operating Results – Income Expenditure Statements – …………………………………………………………………………….. 238 19. 9. Projected Profitability Statements Including Depreciation – ……………………………………………………………………………………… 238 19. 10. Cash Flow Analysis – ………………………………………………………………… 38 19. 11. Project Finance – Calculation for the Interest and Repayment Schedule of the Principle –……………………………………. 238 19. 12. Projected Balance Sheet of the Health Care Projects – ……………. 238 19. 13. Calculation for Depreciation Statements – ……………………………… 238 19. 14. Note by Financial Advisor / Chartered Accountants (given separately) ……………………………………………………………………………….. 238 19. 15. Notes Forming Part of the Capital Budgeting Process – ………….. 38 19. 15. 1. Land : …………………………………………………………………………………….. 239 19. 15. 2. Buildings : ……………………………………………………………………………….. 239 19. 15. 3. Instruments and Equipments : ……………………………………………………. 239 19. 15. 4. Furniture and Fixtures : …………………………………………………………….. 240 19. 15. 5. Intangibles and Other Miscellaneous Fixed Assets :………………………… 240 19. 15. 6.

Margin money for Performance Bank Guarantee : ………………………… 240 19. 15. 7. Interest on Project Finance :……………………………………………………….. 240 19. 15. 8. Escalation in the Construction Cost : ……………………………………………. 240 19. 15. 9. Project Finance and Release of Funds : ………………………………………… 241 19. 15. 10. Monitoring and Evaluation of the Project : …………………………………… 241 19. 15. 11. Project Expansion Program : ……………………………………………………… 241 19. 5. 12. Details of Cost of Construction ……………………………………………………. 242 19. 16. Calculation Assumptions for Project Cost and Capital Budgeting Process – …………………………………………………………………. 245 19. 16. 1. Land……………………………………………………………………………………….. 245 19. 16. 2. Instruments & Equipments for Hospital ……………………………………….. 247 19. 16. 3. Plants and Machineries ……………………………………………………………… 249 19. 16. 4.

Plants and Machineries for proposed Medical College …………………….. 253 19. 16. 5. Furniture and Fixtures ………………………………………………………………. 256 19. 16. 6. Intangibles / Miscellaneous ………………………………………………………… 259 19. 16. 7. Preliminary & Preoperative Expenditures …………………………………….. 261 19. 16. 8. Preoperative Expenditure for proposed Medical College ………………….. 261 19. 16. 9. Contingencies …………………………………………………………………………… 62 19. 16. 10. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ……………………………………………… 263 19. 16. 11. Working Capital Management ……………………………………………………. 264 19. 17. Means of Finance and Project Finance – …………………………………. 266 19. 18. Revenue Assumption of the Hospital – ……………………………………. 266 19. 18. 1. Income from OPDs – Factors Considered for calculations : ……………… 266 19. 18. 2. Income from IPDs– Factors Considered for calculations : ……………….. 266 19. 18. 3.

Income from Diagnostic Services : ………………………………………………. 267 19. 18. 4. Treatment Charges / Service Charges / Hospital Tariff : ………………… 269 19. 18. 5. Projected Schedule of Income from the Hospital and Hospital Sources : …………………………………………………………………………………. 274 LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal – 9 -9 – 19. 19. Revenue Assumptions from the Proposed Medical College – ……………………………………………………………………………………… 274 19. 19. 1.

Projected Fee Collection from the candidates: ……………………………….. 274 19. 19. 2. Income from Medical College Laboratory Services – Special Investigations: …………………………………………………………………………. 274 19. 19. 3. Income from Hostel rentals ………………………………………………………… 274 19. 19. 4. Projected Schedule of Income from the Medical College …………………… 274 19. 20. Projected Schedule of Income from the Medical College and Hospitals – ………………………………………………………………………… 74 19. 21. Expenditures Assumptions for the Hospital & Medical College – …………………………………………………………………………………… 274 19. 21. 1. Wages and Salaries …………………………………………………………………… 274 19. 21. 2. Establishment Charges – Engineering Services ……………………………… 274 19. 21. 3. Chemicals, Consumables and Disposables for the Hospital and Medical College Teaching Laboratories :………………………………………. 280 19. 21. 4.

Travel & Conveyance Expenditures : ……………………………………………. 280 19. 21. 5. Stationeries, Printing and Office Expenditures ………………………………. 281 19. 21. 6. Hospital Administrative Service Expenditures : …………………………….. 281 19. 22. Expenditure Assumptions for the Medical College – ……………….. 282 19. 23. Projected Operating Results – Income Expenditure Statements – …………………………………………………………………………….. 282 19. 24. Projected Profitability Statements Including Depreciation …….. 82 19. 25. Cash Flow Analysis – ………………………………………………………………… 282 19. 26. Project Finance – Calculation for the Interest and Repayment Schedule of the Principle –……………………………………. 282 19. 27. Projected Balance Sheet of The Health Care Projects – …………… 282 19. 28. Calculation for Depreciation Statements – ……………………………… 282 19. 29. Notes by Financial Advisor / Chartered Accountants – …………… 282 19. 30. Notes Forming Part of the Capital Budgeting Process – ………….. 282 20.

Financial Profile of a Medical College and Hospital ………………………… 283 21. Social Profitability of the Project, Summary and Conclusion …………………………………………………………………………………. 322 LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal 10 -10 – – : Table Index : – Table – 1 : No. of beds required for Medicine & Allied Specialties (Prescribed by MCI) ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 28 Table – 2 : Phase-wise ; Year-wise ; Subject-wise ; Ward-wise distribution of beds ………….. 9 Table – 3 : Carpet / built up area under construction in the upcoming Hospital ………………. 30 Table – 4 : Carpet / built up area of major and minor building areas in the upcoming Hospital …………………………………………………………………………………. 31 Table – 5 : Carpet / built up area of proposed new Medical College ……………………………….. 32 Table – 6 : Teaching Staff requirement for a new Medical College with 150 annual admissions ……………………………………………………………………………………………. 3 Table – 7 : Year wise building requirements – Staff Quarters, Hostels ……………………………. 34 Table – 8 : Details of Staff Quarters ………………………………………………………………………….. 35 Table – 9 : Hostel Facilities for Medical College ………………………………………………………….. 36 Table – 10 : Department wise building carpet area ………………………………………………………. 37 Table – 11 : Present Governing Council ………………………………………………………………………. 3 Table – 12 : Number of Beds ……………………………………………………………………………………. 101 Table – 13 : Carpet / built up area for a new Medical College ………………………………………… 105 Table – 14 : Teaching Staff requirement for a new Medical College 150 annual admissions only UG ………………………………………………………………………………. 106 Table – 15 : Year wise building requirements – Staff Quarters, Hostels ……………………………. 07 Table – 16 : Details of Staff Quarters ………………………………………………………………….. …….. 108 Table – 17 : Hostel Facilities for Medical College …………………………………………………………. 109 Table – 18 : Department wise building carpet area …………………………………………………….. 110 Table – 19 : Details and Cost of Instruments & Equipments for an exclusive New Medical College ……………………………………………………………………………………. 36 Table – 20 : Teaching Staff Proposed for Medical College & Hospitals ……………………………. 137 Table – 21 : Non Teaching Staff Requirement for Medical College & Hospitals…………………… 148 Table – 22 : Carpet / built up area for a new Medical College ……………………………………….. 157 Table – 23 : Phase-wise ; Year-wise ; Subject-wise ; Ward-wise distribution of beds ………… 170 Table – 24 : Scheme in brief of Project Proposal …………………………………………………………. 72 Table – 25 : Total built up area – all buildings at a glance & year wise requirements ………….. 173 Table – 26 : Cost of Instruments & Equipments for a General / Specialty Hospital …………….. 216 Table – 27 : Time Bound Program …………………………………………………………………………….. 219 Table – 28 : Land Development ………………………………………………………………………………… 245 Table – 29 : Total built up area – all buildings at a glance & year wise requirements ………….. 246 LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal – 11 11 – 1. Copy of the covering letter Ref: No. HKKET/ LNCMC/08/770 Date:28th Aug 2008 To The Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India, Nirman Bhawan, Moulana Azad Road, New Delhi – 110 002 Sub : Application of H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal, M. P for approval & permission of the Central Govt. to issue- Letter of Intent (LoI) and Letter of Permission (LoP) to establish a proposed new Medical College in the name of L. N. Medical College & Research Centre with 150 annual admissions in MBBS program at Bhopal from the ensuing Academic year 2009-10 – submissionregarding Ref: 1.

The Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956) – Section 10A read with Section 33 and subsequent ordinance, amendments of the Act 1993 2. Medical Council of India – Establishment of New Medical College Regulation 1999 – Notification – New Delhi dt. 30th July 1999 – Gazette notification dt. 28th August 1999. 3. Medical Council of India – Minimum standard requirements for the Medical College – For 150 admissions annually – Regulations 1999. 4. Medical Council of India – Regulations on Graduate Medical Education 1997. Sir, 1. With reference to Section 10A (read with Section 33) of Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956) and its subsequent mendments and the scheme given as regulations by the Medical Council of India, for ‘Establishment of New Medical College Regulation 1999, and LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal 12 -12 – 2. H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal fulfilling both the eligibility and qualifying criteria, which include basic infra-structural facilities, managerial and financial capabilities of the Corporation, for opening a new Medical College, as per the regulations of Medical Council of India, 1999; and the application in the prescribed format of Form – I is being submitted herewith by the Trust for pproval & permission of the Central Govt. to issue NoC – “Letter of Intent (LoI) and Letter of Permission (LoP)” to establish a proposed new Medical College in the name of L. N. Medical College & Research Centre with 150 annual admissions in MBBS program at Bhopal from the ensuing Academic year 2009-10. 3. A ‘Detailed Project Report’ (PPR) as per the ‘Scheme & Regulations’ of MCI and along with relevant details, particulars and certificates are enclosed separately in the Annexure Profile (as booklet – No: 2) and the feasible ‘Time Bound Program’ as specified by Medical Council of

India, is also submitted herewith for your kind reference and perusal. 4. The prescribed inspection fee of Rs. 7. 00 lakhs in the form of Demand draft drawn in favour of Medical Council of India, payable at New Delhi 5. This is to request the Central Govt. of India to issue the required approval and permission to establish the proposed new L. N Medical College & Research Centre at Bhopal under the said Scheme & Regulation of MCI regulations of Medical Council of India, 1999 and kindly oblige. 6. The Trust shall also be obliged to submit any other relevant information and further clarifications, if required in this egard. Anticipating your earnest cooperation and favorable orders Thanking you with kind regards Yours faithfully, For H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust Place : Bhopal Date : 28th Aug 2008 (Jai Narain Chouksey ) Chairman & Managing Trustee LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal – 13 -13 – Encl: 1. Application in Form – I with Detailed Project Report (DPR) – as Booklet No : 1 2. Annexure Profile for all Enclosures – as Booklet No : 2 3. Demand Draft for Rs. 7. 00 Lakhs; DD No : 280549 drawn at Punjab National Bank, Bhopal, dated 27. 08. 08 drawn in favour of Secretary Medical Council of India, Payable at

New Delhi. LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal 14 -14 – 2. FORM – I : Application for Letter of Intent & Permission of the Central Government to establish a New Medical College (Under Section 10A read with Section 33 of the Indian Medical Council Act. 1956) 1. Copy of the covering letter Ref: No. HKKET/ LNCMC/08/770 Date:28th Aug 2008 To The Secretary, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India, Nirman Bhawan, Moulana Azad Road, New Delhi – 110 002 Sub : Application of H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal, M. P for approval & permission of the Central Govt. o issue- Letter of Intent (LoI) and Letter of Permission (LoP) to establish a proposed new Medical College in the name of L. N. Medical College & Research Centre with 150 annual admissions in MBBS program at Bhopal from the ensuing Academic year 2009-10 – submissionregarding Ref: 1. The Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956) – Section 10A read with Section 33 and subsequent ordinance, amendments of the Act 1993 2. Medical Council of India – Establishment of New Medical College Regulation 1999 – Notification – New Delhi dt. 30th July 1999 – Gazette notification dt. 28th August 1999. 3.

Medical Council of India – Minimum standard requirements for the Medical College – For 150 admissions annually – Regulations 1999. 4. Medical Council of India – Regulations on Graduate Medical Education 1997. Sir, 1. With reference to Section 10A (read with Section 33) of Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956) and its subsequent amendments and the scheme given as regulations by the Medical Council of India, for ‘Establishment of New Medical College Regulation 1999, and 2. H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal fulfilling both the eligibility and qualifying criteria, which include basic nfra-structural facilities, managerial and financial capabilities of the Corporation, for opening a new Medical College, as per the regulations of Medical Council of India, 1999; and the application in the prescribed format of Form – I is being submitted herewith by the Trust for approval & permission of the Central Govt. to issue NoC – “Letter of Intent (LoI) and Letter of Permission (LoP)” to establish a proposed new Medical College in the name of L. N. Medical College & Research Centre with 150 annual admissions in MBBS program at Bhopal from the ensuing Academic year 2009-10. 3.

A ‘Detailed Project Report’ (PPR) as per the ‘Scheme & Regulations’ of MCI and along with relevant details, particulars and certificates are enclosed separately in the Annexure Profile (as booklet – No: 2) and the feasible ‘Time Bound Program’ as specified by Medical Council of India, is also submitted herewith for your kind reference and perusal. 4. The prescribed inspection fee of Rs. 7. 00 lakhs in the form of Demand draft drawn in favour of Medical Council of India, payable at New Delhi 5. This is to request the Central Govt. of India to issue the required approval and permission to establish the proposed ew L. N Medical College & Research Centre at Bhopal under the said Scheme & Regulation of MCI regulations of Medical Council of India, 1999 and kindly oblige. 6. The Trust shall also be obliged to submit any other relevant information and further clarifications, if required in this regard. Anticipating your earnest cooperation and favorable orders Thanking you with kind regards. Yours faithfully, For H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust Place : Bhopal Date : 28th Aug 2008 (Jai Narain Chouksey ) Chairman & Managing Trustee Encl: 1. Application in Form – I with Detailed Project Report (DPR) – as Booklet No : 1 2.

Annexure Profile for all Enclosures – as Booklet No : 2 3. Demand Draft for Rs. 7. 00 Lakhs; DD No : 280549 drawn at Punjab National Bank, Bhopal, dated 27. 08. 08 drawn in favour of Secretary Medical Council of India, Payable at New Delhi. 3. List of Enclosures for Project Profile – Annexure Profile (as separate enclosure)– 1. Covering letter, application, application form, Form I and Detailed Project Profile (DPR) Application fee for Rs. 7. 0 lakhs in the form of demand draft (DD) in favor of Secreatry Medical Council of India payable at New Delhi (As mentioned on MCI website). 2. Certified copy of Trust Deed of H.

K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal, M. P. (original and English version) 3. Certified copy of Certificates of Registration of H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal, M. P (original and English version) 4. Annual Reports and Audited Balance Sheets of H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal, M. P for the last 3 years (certified by chartered accountant) 5. Certified copy of the Title Deeds of the total available land as a proof of ownership (original and English version) 6. Certified copy of the Zonal Plans of the available sites indicating their land use (certified by local body / municipality) 7.

Proof of ownership of the Hospital – details of the Hospital, built up area, architectural plan, Certified by state government of M. P. in the Essentiality Certificate. 8. Certified copy of the Essentiality Certificate by the State Govt. of Madhya Pradesh. 9. Certified copy of the Letter of University Affiliation issued by a recognized University – Barkatullah University, Bhopal 10. Authorization letter addressed to the Bankers of the Applicant authorizing the Central Government / Medical Council of India to make independent enquiries regarding the financial track record of the applicant (letter addressed to- Punjab

National Bank and State Bank of India, Bhopal) 11. Complete Architectural approved submission drawings for Master plan of the Hospital and Medical College, other ancillary buildings. Layout plans Section and Elevations and floor wise area calculation of Hospital, Medical College and ancillary buildings 4. List of References & Govt. Notifications to Establish a New Medical College 1 The Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956) – Section 10A read with Section 33. 2. The Medical Council (Amendment) Ordinance – 1993 (No. 2 of 1993) – Published in the Gazette of India – part II, Section 1, No. 4 dt. New Delhi 2nd 1993. . The Medical Council (Amendment) Act, 1993 – No. 31 of 1993 – Published in the Gazette of India – Part II, Section 1, No. 54 dt. 3rd April 1993. 4. Medical Council of India – Gazette notification – New Delhi dt. 20th September 1993 5. Medical Council of India – Gazette notification – New Delhi dt. 21st December 1994. 6. Medical Council of India – Gazette notification – New Delhi dt. 13th June 1997. 7. Medical Council of India – Establishment of New Medical College Regulation 1999 – Notification – New Delhi dt. 30th July 1999 – Gazette notification dt. 28th August 1999. 8. Medical Council of India – Minimum standard equirements for the Medical College – For 150 admissions annually – Regulations 1999. 9. Medical Council of India – Construction and Objectives of M. C. I. 10. Medical Council of India – Regulations / Recommendations on standards of Medical Education. 11. Medical Council of India and Medical Education – Present status and future perspective. 12. Medical Council of India – No. of Medical Colleges in the Country – State wise as on 2008. 13. Medical Council of India – Regulations on Graduate Medical Education 1997. 14. Medical Council of India – Minimum Qualifications for Teachers in Medical Institutions Regulations, 1998 5.

PART – I: Desirability & Prima-facie Feasibility of Setting up a Medical College at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 5. 1. Eligibility Criteria – ?? Information regarding Constitution of the applicant organization within the terms of reference of the eligibility criteria. ?? With reference to the Scheme and the application for permission of the Medical College to establish a new Medical College vide Section 10 A read with Section 33 of the IMC Act. 1956 (102 of 1956). ?? And as per the Scheme & Instruction to the Applicant and under the Eligibility Criteria (Clause 4) – H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, a Public Charitable Trust, and

Registered with the Government of Madhya Pradesh. ?? Hence, H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal as per the Scheme fulfils the Eligibility Criteria to apply for the permission from the Medical College to start the new Medical College by submitting the prescribed Scheme annexed with the Regulations of the Medical Council of India. Note: Certified copy of the Trust Deed is enclosed in the Annexure Profile. 5. 2. Qualifying Criteria – ?? Information regarding availability necessary certificates and permission letters as prescribed in the Qualifying Criteria. 5. 2. 1. Objectives ?? H. K. Kalchuri Educational Trust, which is an utonomous NGO, VHO and a registered Public Charitable Trust is having “Medical Education” as one of its main objectives besides charity. Kindly refer the Registered Trust Deed, Clause-6(7) (Certified Copy of the Trust Deed is enclosed in the Annexure scheduled). LNMCRC & JKHMRC, Bhopal – 19 -19 – 5. 2. 2. Land Details ?? Land : 10. 64 Hectares (26. 29 acres) acres of developed, free hold land available at J. K town, Sarvadharam, C sector, Kolar road, Bhopal 462 016, M. P 5. 2. 3. Essentiality Certificate ?? H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal has applied to the appropriate and competent authorities of the Government of

Madhya Pradesh and the required essentiality certificate is already obtained and certified copy enclosed as per the prescribed form, for an annual intake of 150 admissions in MBBS course. ?? Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, Medical Education Dept. Mantralaya, Bhopal Letter no. No. F-1-28/2008/1/55 Dt. 25/ 08 / 2008 5. 2. 4. University Affiliation ?? H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust has also applied for the required Consent of Affiliation / No Objection Certificate from the Barkatullah University, Bhopal for the Affiliation of its L. N. Medical College & Research Centre at Bhopal (LNMCRC) for the MBBS Course with an annual intake of 50 admissions and the required Consent of Affiliation in the prescribed, is being obtained and certified copy enclosed. ? 5. 2. 5. Time Bound Program ?? H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal has a feasible and time-bound Program to set up the proposed Medical College along with the required infrastructural facilities including adequate hostel facilities for boys and girls as prescribed by the Medical Council of India, commensurate with the proposed intake of 150 annual admissions in MBBS program, so as to complete the Medical College within a period of four years from the date of grant of permission.

Please refer the prescribed ‘Time Bound Program given in this DPR, at the relevant section. 5. 2. 6. Admission of Students ?? This is to declare that the H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal has not admitted any students to the proposed Medical College of LNMCRC, Bhopal and This is to request both the Appropriate and Competent Authorities i. e. the Central Government and Ministry of Health Family Welfare and the Medical Council of India to issue the required the Letter of Intent (LoI)and the Grant of Permission (LoP)to the College to admit students from the ensuing academic year (2009-10), after the evaluation and ecommendation by the Medical Council of India. 5. 2. 7. Grant of Permission & Completion of the Project ?? H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal is able to take admissions to the proposed Medical College from the coming academic year onwards and the Trust will be able to complete the total development of the Medical College within 4 years from the year of taking the first admissions. 5. 2. 8. Medical College as an Independent Institution ?? H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal has planned and to construct the proposed Medical College as a separate entity and as an independent Institution in the name of “L. N.

Medical College & Research Centre (LNMCRC)” at Bhopal, after obtaining the required Letter of Intent. The proposed Medical College will have the full complement of staff including the Principal / Dean and other staff, as stipulated by the Medical Council of India. However the proposed Medical College will have the pre-clinical, paraclinical and clinical facilities will be made available in its proposed medical college in two phases. 5. 2. 9. Teaching Hospital ?? H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal has established its own Hospital in the name of “J. K. Hospital and Medical Research Centre” (JKHMRC). This Hospital will be ocated in J. K Town, Kolar Road, Bhopal, where the proposed Medical College is also being planned and constructed. ?? H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal is establishing its Medical College as per the minimum standard requirements for 150 annual admissions, given as the regulations by the Medical Council of India, the College has been planned to have all the required facilities for teaching the pre-clinical subjects and Para-clinical subjects, the facilities will be utilized for the proposed Medical College. 5. 2. 10. Performance Bank Guarantee (PBG) ?? H. K. Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal will provide the equired Performance Bank Guarantee after obtaining Letter of Intent before the Letter of Permission from a Nationalized Bank, valid for a period of 5 years or until other wise the proposed Medical College gets its permanent recognition from the Medical Council of India, for an amount of Rs. 200 lakhs – for the proposed annual intake of 150 admissions and Rs. 750 lakhs for the 750 bedded teaching Hospital, totaling Rs. 950 lakhs. 6. Basic Infrastructural Facilities and Managerial & Financial Capabilities 6. 1. Infrastructural facilities for the proposed LNMCRC ?? In addition to the proposed Medical College, H. K.

Kalchuri Education Trust, Bhopal, owns and manages its 300 beds Hospital in this Phase – I and the same will be improved to 500 beds in 3 years and then to 750 beds Teaching Hospital within 5 years as per the Time Bound Program, to be approved by the MCI. 6. 1. 1. L. N. Medical College & Research Centre (LNMCRC)& J. K Hospital and Medical Research Centre (JKHMRC)– Hospital Planning and Management Planning, Designing and Building – ?? Planning for the – LNMCRC & J. K. Hospital – completed ?? Preliminary Survey – and the following works have been completed. ?? Factors determining the demand for Hospital Services – analyzed ? Catchments area – is good ?? Financial Planning – done ?? Equipment Planning – done ?? Hospital Organization- going on ?? Functional plans for construction and operation of Hospital – going on ?? The Planning Team – constituted ?? The Hospital Consultant – appointed ?? The Architect and Engineers – appointed ?? Medical Superintendent / Medical Director / Hospital Administrator – appointed ?? Functional Program and Design – ready ?? Planning and designing the Hospital Building – complete ?? Location – is very good ?? Master Physical Development- complete ?? General Principles of Hospital Planning – all considered ??

Planning Operational Units of the Hospital – going on ?? Hospital Public Areas – ready ?? Main Waiting Area, Entrance and Lobby – ready ?? Gift, Book and Florist’s Shop – planned ?? Coffee Shop cum Restaurant- planned ?? Meditation Room – planned ?? Hospital Guest House / Dharmasala – planned ?? Community Centre / Recreational Centre- planned ?? Basic facilities for Hospital Staff – available ?? Furnishing and Equipping the Hospital- completed ?? Opening the Hospital – done 6. 1. 2. Organization of the JHHMRC – Hospital ?? Organization of the Hospital – following have been constituted ?? Governance ? Governing Council ?? Management Structure ?? CEO and the Governing Council ?? Organizational Structure ?? Hospital Planning, Administration, Management, Research and Development 6. 1. 3. JKHMRC – Hospital Services – presently available ?? Hospital Services – clinical services ?? Emergency Hospital Services ?? Hospital Outpatient Department (Hospital) Services ?? Operation Theatre Unit (OTs) ?? Hospital Laboratory Services ?? Radiological Services – Dept. of Imaging Technology ?? Intensive Care Units (ICUs) ?? Inpatient Department Services (IPDs) ?? Number of Beds required as prescribed by MCI ??

Distribution of Beds as per MCI ?? Additional facilities required for pediatric ward ?? Additional facilities required for Neonatal unit ?? Additional facilities required for Obstetrics – Delivery Suit ?? Unit of 30 bed General ward ?? Super-specialty Hospital Services in identified areas ?? Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation ?? Physiotherapy ?? Occupational Therapy ?? Recreational Therapy – Clinical Psychology ?? Speech and Hearing Therapy ?? Isolation Departments- planned ?? Private / Special rooms and Deluxe rooms- available ?? Primary Health Centers of the Medical College- proposed ??

Community Health Centre – CHC for the proposed Medical College- proposed 6. 1. 4. JKHMRC – Hospital Supportive Services – presently available ?? Hospital Admitting Department – Unit of MRD ?? Hospital Record Department (MRD) ?? Hospital Sterile Supply Department (CSSD) ?? Hospital Pharmacy ?? Hospital Stores and Material Management ?? Hospital Dietary Services ?? Hospital Laundry and Linen Services ?? Hospital Housekeeping Services ?? Hospital Waste Management – Biomedical Waste ?? Medical Gas Supply System ?? Mortuary Services ?? Ambulance Services and other Transport arrangements 6. 1. 5.

JKHMRC – Hospital Engineering Services – presently available ?? Hospital Engineering Services ?? Engineering Department ?? Hospital Maintenance Management : ?? Biomedical Engineering – Clinical Engineering ?? Hospital Workshop ?? Electrical Engineering System : ?? Air Conditioning System : ?? Water supply and Sanitary System ?? Telecommunication System ?? Environmental Protection and Control ?? Solid Waste Management ?? Safety and Security in Hospital : ?? Hospital Safety, Security and Loss Prevention Program 6. 1. 6. JKHMRC– Administrative Services ?? Administrative Service ?? Administrative Offices – The brain of the Hospital ? Office of the Medical Director / Medical Superintendent – The Heart of the Hospital ?? Nursing Service Administration Unit ?? Hospital Financial Management Unit ?? Hospital Information System (HIS) ?? Hospital – Human Resources Department (HRD) ?? Public Relations Department (PRD) 6. 1. 7. JKHMRC – Staff Requirements and other Infrastructure / Building Requirements ?? Staff Requirement and Building Requirements ?? College / Teaching Staff Requirements ?? Other Staff for Ancillary Services ?? Staff Quarters for Medical College Teaching Staff ?? Staff Quarters for Ancillary Staff and Non-Teaching Staff including Class-IV ? Hostels for Medical College Students – Separate Hostel for Boys and Girls ?? Building Area Requirement for Medical College ?? Academic & Administrative Block ?? Dept. of Anatomy ?? Dept. of Physiology ?? Dept. of Biochemistry ?? Dept. of Pathology ?? Dept. of Microbiol

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