Sarojini Naidu Medical College is one of the three oldest Medical college in India. It was founded in 1854 by Lt. Governor Sir James Thomson, and was named after him as Thomson School. However, it was renamed in 1947 after the well-known freedom fighter, poetess, and first Lady Governess of Uttar Pradesh, Bharat Kokila Smt. Dr. Sarojini Naidu. It is located in the heart of Agra with separate building for hospital and college, jointly covering a total area of 24.49 acres, making it one of the biggest Medical schools in the state.
Facts and Figures of Sarojini Naidu Medical College-
Dr. B.R. Amedkar University, Agra
Medical Council of India
16304 books, 292 journals
No. of beds in hospital
How to Reach
1.9kms from Agra City Railway Station
4.2kms from Bus station
7.1kms from Agra Airport
Why Join Sarojini Naidu Medical College (SNMC) ?
Govt. recognised medical college: Just after Independence and renaming of college in 1948, SNMC was recognised by the Medical Council of India and the General Medical Council of Great Britain. After successful completion of course, the college awards MBBS degree of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Univerisity.
Latest amenities for students: Sarojini Naidu Medical College might be one of the oldest institution in country but has some of the latest features in medicine. Apart from the spacious classrooms, five separate lecture theaters are available (two of which are air conditioned). LAll the faculties are skilled professionals with many years of experience. Visiting and guest lecturers are also make frequent visits to deliver their knowledge to the students.
Hospital attached with the college: The campus is one of the biggest in Uttar Pradesh and Sarojini Naidu Hospital under the college management is located in near the campus. A total 1047 beds are available in the hospital making room for many patients as possible. During the final phase of training, students are allowed to practice in the college as part of their course.