The Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences is among the premium colleges of Sikkim Manipal University. The college is beautifully made, combining Sikkim’s style with the modern style of architecture and spreading over 25 acres of green land. The institute offers all the facilities that are necessary for the student development. The institute’s basic aim is to provide professionals who could look after the health facilities of the entire state.

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Facts and Features of Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences, Gangtok, Sikkim

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Sikkim Manipal University

Why to join Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences, Gangtok, Sikkim?

  • Facilities and Infrastructure: The architecture is excellent, and the college spreads over 25 acres of land. The institute maintains an air of congeniality to encourage students’ academic activities. There are vast lecture halls and lecture theatres which are well equipped with all audio and visual aids to encourage student studies. The central library is very large consisting of a large number of journals and books. The library can facilitate 150 people in a single time. The Institute uses all modern aids like computers and internet to enhance the teaching ways. The auditorium is large enough to facilitate 750 people at a single time. The seminar hall has seat for 45, and the conference room is 42 seated. It provides hostel facilities to about 600 students. It is supplied with power and water throughout the day. The dining hall or the mess has a seat for 300 students. Other facilities in the hostel include badminton courts, internet facilities, television rooms, etc.
  • Faculty: The Institute has five departments which are headed by a strong headed faculty member. All the faculty members are people of great experience and have good qualifications to hold the post and impart good knowledge to their students.