Deccan College of Medical Sciences

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Deccan College of Medical Sciences
Deccan College of Medical Sciences & Owaisi Hospital & Research Centre, Hyderabad.jpg
Owaisi Hospital & Research Centre
Other name
DCMS
TypePrivate minority institution
Established1984
Parent institution
Darussalam Education Trust
ChairmanAsaduddin Owaisi
SuperintendentDr. Mazharuddin Ali Khan
PrincipalDr. Ashfaq Hasan
Managing DirectorAkbaruddin Owaisi
Academic staff
209
Undergraduates150
Postgraduates50
Address
D. M. R. L. 'X' Road, Kanchanbagh, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.
, , ,
500058
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17°20′26.61″N 78°30′22.47″E / 17.3407250°N 78.5062417°E / 17.3407250; 78.5062417Coordinates: 17°20′26.61″N 78°30′22.47″E / 17.3407250°N 78.5062417°E / 17.3407250; 78.5062417
CampusAcademic
AffiliationsKNR University of Health Sciences
Websitewww.deccancollegeofmedicalsciences.com

Deccan College of Medical Science (DCMS) is a medical school situated in Hyderabad, India offering the courses M.B.B.S., postgraduate degree / diploma and superspeciality courses.[1] It has an approved intake of 150 M. B. B. S. seats annually.

The college is affiliated to the KNR University of Health Sciences, Warangal from the academic year 2016-17 onwards. It was earlier affiliated to Dr. N. T. R. University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada. It is recognized by the Medical Council of India.[2] It follows the syllabus prescribed by the University for M.B.B.S course as mandated by Medical Council of India. The management observes such rules, regulation or orders which are applicable to minority institution without violating the rights conferred under Article 30(1) of the constitution of India. [3]

The management[edit]

Deccan College of Medical Sciences is established and administered by Muslim Minority Trust, i.e., Dar-us-salam Educational Trust under the provision of Article 30(1) of the constitution of India. Dar-us-Salam Educational Trust is an autonomous body with Asaduddin Owaisi as its chairman and Akbaruddin Owaisi as Managing Director.

The college is administered by the chief administrator Dr. (Colonel) G. K. N. Prasad. Dr. Ashfaq Hasan is the principal and also the Professor of the department of Respiratory Medicine.

Dar-us-Salam Educational Trust[edit]

Dar-us-Salam Educational Trust (DET) was established in 1974 as a self-financing minority institution under the chairmanship of Late Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi (ex Member of Parliament, India). After the death of Late Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi the trust is now headed by Asaduddin Owaisi.

The building[edit]

The college is situated at Nawab Lutf ud Daula Palace, Zafargarh, Kanchanbagh near Santoshnagar. Attached to the college there is a seven-storey hospital: Owaisi Hospital & Research Centre. There is another constituent hospital - Princess Esra Hospital.[citation needed] The college occupies an area of 66,070 sq ft (6,138 m2) built-in area with adjacent open space of approximate 16 acres (65,000 m2) for further expansion. It has an Indoor sports complex, cricket ground, basketball court.

The hospital building houses the Nursing and the Physiotherapy colleges. In the cellar of the hospital building, Department of Hospital Management, Deccan School of Management is located. Department of Hospital management offers Masters in Hospital management (M.H.M ), which is affiliated to Osmania University and approved by AICTE.

Library[edit]

The college has a central library in addition to departmental libraries. As of 2018, it contains over 30,000 textbooks and reference books; and 130 print journals subscribed in 2018.

Courses offered[edit]

Graduate degrees[edit]

M.B.B.S. Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery

Postgraduate diplomas[edit]

Diploma in Anaesthesiology (D. A.) Anaesthesia
Diploma in Gynaecology and Obstetrics (D.G.O.) Obstetrics and gynaecology
Diploma in Orthopedics (D. Ortho.) Orthopaedics
Diploma in Ophthalmology (D. O.) Ophthalmology
Diploma in Laryngo-Otology (D. L. O.) Otorhinolaryngology
Diploma in Medical Radio-diagnosis (D. M. R. D.) Radiodiagnosis
Diploma in Dermatology and Venereal Diseases (D. D. V. L.) Dermatology and Venereal Diseases
Diploma in Psychiatric Medicine (D. P. M.) Psychiatry
Diploma in Child Health (D. C. H) Paediatrics

Postgraduate degrees[edit]

Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Physiology
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Biochemistry
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Pathology
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Pharmacology
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Community Medicine
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) General Medicine
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Paediatrics
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Pulmonology
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Anaesthesia
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Dermatology
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Microbiology
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Psychiatry
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) Radiology
Master of Surgery (M. S.) Anatomy
Master of Surgery (M. S.) General Surgery
Master of Surgery (M. S.) Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Master of Surgery (M. S.) Orthopaedics
Master of Surgery (M. S.) Ophthalmology
Master of Surgery (M. S.) Otorhinolaryngology

Superspeciality degrees[edit]

D. M. Cardiology
D. M. Neurology
M. Ch. Urology
M. Ch. Plastic Surgery

Alumni[edit]

Deccan Alumni Association

Deccan Alumni Association of North America

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The ticket to MBBS". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 31 May 2004.
  2. ^ View details of the college - Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad. MCI (Report). New Delhi, India. 25 October 2018.
  3. ^ View details of the college - Deccan College of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad. MCI (Report). New Delhi, India. 25 October 2018.

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