Maharaja Krishna Chandra Gajapati Medical College and Hospital - [MKCG], is a government hospital cum medical college located in Berhampur, Ganjam in the state of Odisha. While the medical college started operating in 1962, the hospital was founded in 1966. It derives its name from Krushna Chandra Gajapati, the late Maharaja of Parlakhemundi, Ganjam. The college started offering undergraduate courses from 1963 and post-graduate courses nine years later. Currently, it provides education to 150 UG students, 95 PG students and 30 diploma students. Besides having 800 beds in 8 non clinical and 23 clinical departments, it has a tele-medicine unit offered by ISRO.
Facts and figures about Maharaja Krishna Chandra Gajapati Medical College and Hospital - [MKCG]
Medical Council of India
AIPMT and Odisha JEE
Hostel Accommodation Capacity
620 for boys and 270 for girls
How to reach
2.5 kms from Berhampur Railway Station, Brahmapur, Odisha
Why choose Maharaja Krishna Chandra Gajapati Medical College and Hospital - [MKCG]?
â—Well equipped central library: The medical college has a sound collection of all kinds of books in the field of medical science so that all the budding doctors have access to the required resources easily. It stays open on Sundays and other holidays so that no one is deprived of knowledge at any point of time.
â—Widespread campus: MKCG Medical College and Hospital holds the credit for possessing the largest campus amongst government medical colleges located in the state. Some new buildings have already come up and some more are already under construction, in order to expand the facilities offered by the college as well as the hospital.