Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai

Tata Memorial Centre

Dr. E.Borges Road Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra   |   ESTD : 1941   |   Approved By: Type: Public
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About College

Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai, is a pioneer research and training institute that aims at providing world-class medical and research center for cancer treatment in India. It is an autonomous institution set up by the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust, and it has the best facilities for the diagnosis and treatment of this disease. The college provides an opportunity for students to get their masters and doctorate degrees here. There are about 450 students who are undergoing training in various fields at this college, and it strives to provide the best of educational opportunities so that the students can fulfill the vision with which this institute was established.

Facts and figures:

Established in


Affiliated to

Homi Bhabha National Institute, Mumbai

Total capacity

620 in-patient beds


13500+ books, journals and theses


14 twins sharing fully furnished flats


Why join Tata Memorial Center?

1. International collaborations:

Tata Memorial Centre, Mumbai has collaborations with IAEA Programme of Action for Cancer Therapy, the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, the W.H.O. and the National Institute of Health, USA. The institute makes sure that both the students and the patients are benefitted due to this collaboration.

2. Funding from various sources:

The Institute is funded by the government, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust.

3. Nobel work:

All the patients who come to this institute, are treated, and about 60% of primary treatments are done completely free.

4. Large number of patients:

This is one of the most important criteria to judge any medical college. It helps you become a better doctor if you have seen a number of cases and more than 40000 patients visit this institute annually.
















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