Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences

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Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences
కామినేని వైద్య విజ్ఞాన సంస్థ
The main building of kamineni medical college.jpg
Motto Sanskrit: विद्य प्रच्छन्न गुप्त धनम्
Vidya pracchanna gupta dhanam
Motto in English
"Knowledge is a hidden treasure."
Type Medical college
Established 1999
Founder Sri Kamineni Suryanarayana
Principal Dr. Shruthi Mohanty
Undergraduates 200 per year
Location Narketpally, Telangana, India
Campus Rural
Affiliations Dr. Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences Warangal
Website "www.kimsmedicalcollege.org"

Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) is a private medical college associated with a 1050 bedded super-speciality teaching Hospital located in Narketpally village, Nalgonda District, Telangana state of India on NH9 about 80 kilometers (50 miles) from the city of Hyderabad. The medical college hospital serves rural population in and around Narketpally. The college campus is known for its beautiful landscapes and the serene atmosphere. Besides local students from the state, students from all over the world come here to pursue Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.,B.S.) Degree. The college is affiliated to Dr. N.T.R. University of Health Sciences and is approved by the Medical Council of India. The medical college is in the process of acquiring Deemed University status.

Inception and Growth[edit]

The first batch of the medical college started in 1999 with 100 students. KIMS was promoted by Sri Kamineni Suryanarayana - an Engineer Architect, Builder and Industrialist as a part of Kamineni Education Society. Since 1999, college has gained popularity because of the successful board results and the increasing patient population due to free surgeries conducted by the hospital. The number of students in a batch increased from 100 to 150 and medical PG courses like General Medicine, General Surgery, Radiology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Psychiatry, ENT, Ophthalmology,etc. have been added subsequently. The medical college also participates in the sports meet conducted by the NTR University of Health Sciences every two years. In the year 2009, a project called Swasthya09 was initiated by the Kamineni students and staff to provide medical care and health awareness to the rural people.


  • The college is equipped with many lecture halls with limited multimedia presentation aids, a 200-seat gallery hall and a 1000-seat auditorium.
  • The library called Sahithi is the common library for all the courses which houses recognized text books and books on subjects pertaining to medicine along with scientific journals and papers. A digital library too is provided within the central library for educational purposes with state-of-the-art equipment, however its use is mostly restricted to students to allow them to focus on their studies. In addition to the Central Library all departments of the institution have their own Mini-Libraries with books of their subjects for the faculty.
  • There are five girls' hostels Samhitha, Samskruthi, Samyuktha, Samatha and Sathbhavana [air conditioned] and a boys Samyami Hostel. The hostels are equipped with treated drinking water supply and coolers.
  • There are two playgrounds with a common space for cricket, soccer, Hockey, Athletics and courts for basketball, Lawn Tennis and volleyball. Gyms are provided within hostels and study rooms are available on request to the Dean around the library. Staff quarters are provided for families.
  • The institution emphasizes exclusively on the academic development of budding doctors and discourages lack of discipline amongst students strongly. The security levels of the institution are impressive with constant parole of guards to prevent any rule breaking and indiscipline.To maintain a standard level of decency, students are required to be dressed in uniforms whenever involved in matters related to the institution.
    Ashwini, one of the two main buildings of the medical college
  • The faculty and the management board are deeply involved in the education of the students and in their effort to produce doctors, extra-curricular activities as well as nurturing of hobbies besides academics are mostly frowned upon but not discouraged. The institution rewards toppers of all subjects in the course generously with monetary prizes as well as medals, it also assists deserving students with scholarships.
  • The prize-giving ceremony is held on a day special and important to the institution, known as De-Addiction Day, held in the first week of August each year marking the establishment of a De-Addiction Center in the Kamineni Hospitals. This center brings the lives of many alcoholics and other addicts back on track with medication and constant encouragement and its anniversary is celebrated with great fanfare involving speeches by many well known personalities as well as performances by students.
  • Hospital facilities include 12 operation theaters, a post-operative ward, Acute Medical Care Unit, Intensive Coronary Care Unit (ICCU), Respiratory Intensive Care Unit (RICU) besides super specialties like fledged Cardiology & Cardio Thoracic Surgery, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Urology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Pediatric Surgery, Plastic Surgery and Transfusion Medicine departments.
The Saraswati Nilayam


  • Kamineni Institute of Medical Sciences - Graduate and Post-graduate school of Medicine.
  • Kamineni Institute of Dental Sciences
  • KIMS School And College Of Nursing
  • Kamineni Institute Of Paramedical Sciences
  • Sree Vidya Peeth, Residential and day school.


  • Dr. K. Rajendra Babu (1999–2006)
  • Dr.(Col) C.G.Wilson (2006–2011)
  • Dr.(Col) G.S.Saiprasad (2011–2013)
  • Dr. Shruti Mohanty (2013–present)


Sahithi is the main library of the medical college
One of the lecture halls with latest media technologies
The campus is known for its serene atmosphere


  1. Biochemistry
  2. Anatomy
  3. Physiology
  4. Pharmacology
  5. Microbiology
  6. Pathology
  7. Forensic Medicine
  8. Genetics


  1. Ophthalmology
  2. ENT
  3. Community Medicine
  4. General Medicine
  5. General Surgery
  6. Pediatrics
  7. GYN/OBS
  8. Orthopedics
  9. Dermatology
  10. Psychiatry
  11. Radiology
  12. Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery
  13. Neurology and Neurosurgery
  14. Pediatric Surgery
  15. Nephrology and Urology
  16. Gastroenterology
  17. Endocrinology
  18. Pulmonary medicine

External links[edit]

  1. "KIMS"/ The website of Kamineni Medical college
  2. "NTR University of Health Sciences"
  3. "Kamineni Education Society"
  4. "Kamineni Hospitals"
  5. "Swasthya09"

See also[edit]


1.Successful Treatment of Buschke–Löwenstein Tumour by Surgical Excision Alone by Gautam Nandakumar Gole, TY Shekhar, Sheetal G Gole and Shailaja Prabhala[1]

2.An adult case of urinary tract infection with Kingella kingae: a case report by KV Ramana and SK Mohanty[2]

3.Association of hyperhomocysteinemia to alcohol withdrawal in chronic alcoholics by K. Devika Rani, N. Suneetha, Shruti Mohanty and Pragna Rao.[3]

4.Kamineni Medical College gets "A" grade from NAAC.[4]

5.An epidemiological study on fluorosis in an urban slum area of Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh, India.[5]

  1. ^ Gole GN, Shekhar T, Gole SG, Prabhala S (September 2010). "Successful treatment of buschke-löwenstein tumour by surgical excision alone". Journal of Cutaneous and Aesthetic Surgery. 3 (3): 174–6. doi:10.4103/0974-2077.74496. PMC 3047737Freely accessible. PMID 21430832. 
  2. ^ Ramana K, Mohanty S (2009). "An adult case of urinary tract infection with Kingella kingae: a case report". Journal of Medical Case Reports. 3: 7236. doi:10.1186/1752-1947-3-7236. PMC 2726550Freely accessible. PMID 19830146. 
  3. ^ "SpringerLink" Association of hyperhomocysteinemia to alcohol withdrawal in chronic alcoholics
  4. ^ "Kamineni Medical College gets "A" grade"
  5. ^ Nirgude AS, Saiprasad GS, Naik PR, Mohanty S (2010). "An epidemiological study on fluorosis in an urban slum area of Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh, India". Indian Journal of Public Health. 54 (4): 194–6. doi:10.4103/0019-557X.77259. PMID 21372366. 

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