Bmc, Sagar is a fledged tertiary medical college established in 2007 by honourable chief minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan and the pioneer batch was admitted in 2009.It was the sixth established medical college of Madhya Pradesh.
The College campus is located between hills and is filled with greenery. Campus consists: hospital, lecture theatres, central library, the Dean office, hostels and a residential complex.
For entrance there are three gates. By entrance from Gate no.1 (main gate) is the hospital on left side and lecture theatres- central library building on right. And the straight road reaches the hostel area and the residential complex.
On entrance from gate no. 3 is the Dean office and pre and para clinical departments. On ground floor there is anatomy and biochemistry department. On the second floor there is physiology and preventive social medicine and on third pathology and forensic medicine department and on the top floor microbiology and pharmacology department.
There are 5 hostels: Medical girl’s and boy’s hostel, Nursing and PG girl’s and boy’s hostel respectively.
There is a warm and a competitive environment at the same time in the hostel campus. The hostel feels more like a home because of lots of cultural events like Holi, Jamashtami, Ganesh pooja, Fresher’s party, Christmas and many more.
The fest “CORONA” is the soul of the college. During fest, the college looks like a beautiful bride and it is the most awaited and loved part of every bmcian.
College hospital is a 720 bedded tertiary care teaching hospital of 3 floors. All the departments with some special supporting departments are present. OPD runs from 10am to 2pm. Casualties services are 24hrs available.
Presently there are courses of MBBS , Nursing and Paramedicals. PG in some departments has been initiated in last few years.
Bmc hospital has been the ray of light which has taken this region of Bundelkhand from darkness towards the light of medical care. And a good example was represented in the time of COVID-19 by proper screening, testing and treatment saving the lives of many.
By Isha Dashore