From its inception SJMC has been a truly National Medical College drawing faculty and students from all across the country. During the formative years the college benefitted immensely from the efforts of early pioneers with illustrious professional careers who gave up jobs in established medical institutions to join a fledgling medical college. Their voices still echo in the corridors, laboratories and lecture halls of the college.The institution is an apex body of the Catholic Bishops Conference of India (CBCI) which is the largest non-governmental contributor to health care in India (with > 3500 member institutions throughout India).
The corner stone of the Medical College was blessed by Pope Paul VI in Bombay during the Eucharist Congress in 1964 and was laid at the project site on 27 July 1965 by Shri V.V. Giri, the Governor of Karnataka and later the President of India. On the completion of the buildings, the College was dedicated to the cause of Medical Education, Research and Healthcare on 29 September 1968 at a ceremony presided over by the President of India, Dr. Zakir Hussain. In June 1968, the College moved from its temporary premises of St. Mary’s Industrial School and Orphanage to its 140-acre campus in Koramangala, Bengaluru.
Initially St. Martha’s Hospital served as the clinical facility of the Medical College. In the year 1975, the newly constructed St. John’s Medical College Hospital became operational on the College Campus. St. John’s College of Nursing started as a School of Nursing on July 1, 1980. It was raised to the status of a College of Nursing on September 25, 1989, and conducts various nursing courses.
For the last ten years, St. John’s Medical College has consistently been ranked among the top 10 medical colleges in the country. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council, a Review Committee of the University Grants Commission, has recognized the excellence of St. John’s Medical College and Hospital and accorded it with a 5 star grading.
In December 1994, the Institution was renamed as St. John’s National Academy of Health Sciences and it comprises the following Institutes:
- St. John’s Medical College
- St. John’s Medical College Hospital
- St. John’s Research Institute
- St. John’s College of Nursing
- St. John’s Institute of Health Management and Para Medical Studies
- MBBS and MD/ MS candidates must apply through KEA counselling after qualifying NEET and PGET respectively.
- Candidates applying for B.Sc., BPT, M.Sc., PG Diploma, Super-Specialty and DNB programs must take the Entrance Exam conducted by St. John’s Medical College by applying through the institute admission process.
- Applications for the St. John’s Entrance Exam can be submitted by contacting the institute.
- Diploma holders fulfilling the eligibility conditions specified in the ordinance of Allied Health Science Courses are eligible for Lateral Entry to the B.Sc. programs.
- Candidates who have cleared the MBBS program within not more than two additional years than minimum duration are eligible for the MD/ MS programs.
- PG candidates must not be over 45 years of age (relaxed for scheduled caste/ tribe candidates by three years).
- MBBS and MD/ MS candidates are selected through KEA counselling.
- Candidates for B.Sc., M.Sc., BPT, and other PG programs are selected on the basis of marks obtained in St. John’s Entrance Exam.
- The institute reserves seat for eligible candidates as per KEA and Karnataka State Govt. norms.
ST. JOHN’S MEDICAL COLLEGE
Fee Chart – MBBS 2015
|Fee at Admission||Amount (Rs.)|
|Health Check up||200.00|
|Hepatitis – B Immunization||500.00|
|Conference & Seminar Fund||100.00|
|Rural Orientation Programme||2,000.00|
|Alumni Association Membership||2,000.00|
|Staff Benefit Fund||2,000.00|
|Refundable Deposits||Amount (Rs.)|
|Caution Deposit – Indian||10,000.00|
|Caution Deposit – Foreigner||20,000.00|
|Term Fee||Amount (Rs.)|
|Pract. Records, Lab fee, Stationery (1st & 2nd term)||1,000.00|
|Pract. Records, Lab fee, Stationery (3rd &5th term)||500.00|
|Microscope Fee (1st to 5th term)||500.00|
|University Exam Expenditure||1,500.00|
|Sports / Extra Curricular Activities||1,000.00|
|Medical Education Cell||500.00|
|Students Health Scheme||1,500.00|
|Students Aid Fund||250.00|
|Language Classes (1st & 2nd Terms – Kannada)||200.00|
|Value Education Activities 1st & 2nd term||1,000.00|
|Value Education Activities
(Catholic Only) 3rd term onwards
|Examination/Paper Expenditure (2nd term Onwards)||500.00|
|Medico Autopsy Charges (3rd,4th& 5th term)||200.00|
|CHAP Programme (7th term only)||1,500.00|
|Hospital Charges (3rd term only)||500.00|
|Community Medicine Programme (4th & 6th term)||500.00|
|Registration, Recgn Charges to Public Bodies||3,500.00|
|MCI Inspection Charge||3,500.00|
|Students Welfare fee (A,B,C&D Hostelite)||1,000.00|
|Personality Development Programme||500.00|
|a) Students’ Association Subscription||175.00|
|b) Cultural Fee / Souvenir||130.00|
|c) Fellowship Dinner (Except 9th Term)||250.00|
|d) Magazine Fee||100.00|
|e) Inter Medical Sports (2nd Term Onwards)||150.00|
|UNIVERSITY FEE AT ADMISSION|
|R.G.U. Admission Fee:|
|b) NRI / SAARC National||3,000.00|
|c) Foreign National Other than SAARC||$150.00|
|R.G.U. Registration Fee:|
|b) NRI / SAARC National||5,000.00|
|c) Foreign National Other than SAARC||$150.00|
|R.G.U. Eligibility Fee (Non-Karnataka Student):|
|b) NRI/SAARC Student(Other than India)||10,000.00|
|c) Foreign National Other than SAARC||$600.00|
|R.G.U Sports Fee (in lumpsum) 200 x 5||1,000.00|
|R.G.U Students Welfare Fund (in lumpsum) 100 x 5||500.00|
|R.G.U Helinet Fee (in lumpsum) 1000 x 5||5,000.00|
|RGU Helinet Registration fee||100.00|
|Youth Red Cross||50.00|
|Teachers’ Day Flag (per annum)||45.00|
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