SS Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre was established in the year 1958 and is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka. It is a premiere institute that aims to offer top quality education to the students in the field of medicine and research. SSIMSRC is devoted in developing a critical, self-reliant and inquiring approach to medicine, flexible enough to prepare the student for the evolving future, without forgetting the value of traditional means and practices. The mission of the college is to nurture the future doctors and medical scientists and to contribute to the super-specialty areas that particularly benefit the rural population. The college seeks to bring the whole of central Karnataka under one medical umbrella, bringing to the doorstep of the poor, the latest medical facilities, as available anywhere in the world. It offers various Post Graduation Courses in Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-Chemistry, Microbiology, Pathology, Community Medicine, Forensic Medicine, General Medicine, Emergency Medicine, General Surgery, Ophthalmology, ENT, Dermatology, Radilogy, Pharmacology, Anesthesia, Paediatrics and Super-Speciality in Cardiology and Neurology.
Facts and Figures ofSS Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre -
Year of Establishment
Chairman of the Institute
Sri S.S Mallikarjuna
Medical council of INDIA
Institutes Under SS Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre
Total Faculty Members
How to Reach
6 kms away from Davangere railway station Junction
Why to JoinSS Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre?
Highly-Skilled Faculty- SS Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre has a team of highly skilled staff who have great expertise and a lot of experience in teaching
Research Activities- The College has various research projects going on throughout the year and various students and teachers have published research papers over the years in the field of research
Scholarships- The institute offers various scholarships to all the merit rank holders and to the financially underprivileged students