NEIGRIHMS is a medical institute located in Shillong, Meghalaya. The Institute was established by the Govt. of India in 1987. NEIGRIMS is an Autonomous Institute that is affiliated to Northern Eastern Hill University, Shillong.
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10.1 Km from Police Bazar, Shillong
6 – 7 Km from Shillong city by road
The Institute offers MBBS and B.Sc. (Nursing) program at the Undergraduate level and MD,MS and M.Sc. (Nursing) program at the Postgraduate level. Along with UG and PG courses the institute also offers DM /M.Ch (Cardiology) program to the candidates.
Admission to B.Sc. (Nursing) program is on the basis of marks acquired by the candidate in 12th (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English) with minimum 45% marks. Selection to the program will be based on the entrance exam conducted by the college.
Candidate applying for NEIGRIHMS MBBS 2018 must have passed HSC or Equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with minimum 50% marks. Selection will be made on the basis of UG Merit list and NEET score acquired by the candidate.
The Institute offers six specializations under MD/MS program at the Postgraduate level. Those applying for MD/MS program must have passed MBBS from a recognized Institute/University. Selection to the courses will be on the basis of scores obtained by the candidate in NEET PG.
The Institute offers five specializations in M.Sc. program at the Postgraduate level. Candidates applying for this program must hold a B.Sc. (Hons.) / Post basic degree in Nursing from a recognized Institute/University. Selection will be based on the entrance exam conducted by the Institute.
Candidates applying for this course must have passed Master’s Degree or equivalent in the relevant discipline from a recognized University/Institute. Selection will be on the basis of NEET-SS (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – Super Specialty).
Library : It houses a collection of 17470 books and 84 journals.The Library started with a collection of 2000 Books and subscribes to 35 Journals, Magazines and Newspapers. The Central Library is a three Storied Building with a seating capacity of 200 Readers with separate reading area for the Faculty.