ESI Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science and Research [PGIMSR] In West Bengal

ESI Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science and Research - [PGIMSR]

Diamond Harbour Road, Joka, Kolkata, West Bengal   |   ESTD : 2011   |   Approved By: MCI   |   Type: Private
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About College

ESI Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (ESI-PGIMSR) situated at Joka (Kolkata) was started and comes under the administrative control of Employees state Insurance corporation (ESIC). The institute has a well established ESIC Model Hospital located within the campus. The institute’s vision is to be a leader in Medical Education and to be a premier medical institution providing quality education. The mission of the institute is to train medical professionals in providing comprehensive clinical care of the highest quality, to provide value based education that is socially and professionally acceptable and carryout research activities.

Facts and Figures of ESI Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (ESI-PGIMSR), Kolkata-

Establishment Year

August 2011

Affiliated to

West Bengal University of Health Sciences

Approved by

Medical Council of India (MCI)

Dean of the college

Prof. Jayasri Mitra

Campus Area

21.52 acres

How to reach

12 kms away from the  Sealdah Railway Station

Why to join ESI Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (ESI-PGIMSR)?

  • Collaborations with Organizations: The institute has tie ups with hospital and organization like D.M Hospital Pvt. Ltd. and A.H. IVF & Infertility Research Centre Pvt. Ltd.
  • Events organized by ESI-PGIMSR: The institute has been conducting regular CME programs and workshops on Research Methodology, Medico-legal Aspects of medical practice.
  • Research and Project work: The institute is undergoing many research works like “Kangaroo Mother Care- An Appropriate Technology to reduce neonatal mortality rate in developing countries”, “Myositis Ossificans circumscripta- A case Report”.

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