Details of the Medical College’s infrastructure

BUILDING

(A) Layout & floor area Please see Annexure: A-10

  1. Year & Cost of construction: This Institution was established by the University of Burdwan and was taken over by the Government of West Bengal in the year 1976. Subsequently, approvals are accorded by the Dept. of Health & F.W., Govt. of West Bengal from time to time as per requirement.
  2. Cost of Equipment and Furniture: Annexure: A-11

(B) Location of Departments :

  1. Pre-clinical : Situated at the College campus, Baburbag, Burdwan
  2. Para-clinical Situated at the College campus, Baburbag, Burdwan
  3. Clinical: Situated at Hospital campus, Shyamsayer West, Burdwan town (about ¼ Km. away from the College campus). Super-speciality wing Hospital consisting of the Dept. of Cardiology, Neuro-Medicine, Nephrology, Urology & CTVS situated at the 2nd campus of this Teaching Hospital, Bamchandaipur, Burdwan
  4. No. of Lecture theatres :
  5. College Hospital
    Number : 4+2 1
    All are gallery type,
    2 Gallery type Lecture
    Theatres with a
    Capacity of 350 seats all are in use.
    Type : Gallery
    Gallery : Six One
    Level : One
    Seating Capacity : Two – 200
    Two - 160
    Two - 350
    One-200
  6. Type of Audiovisual aids
    (each lecture theatre) : L.C.D., Lap Top, O.H.P., Black Board, X-Ray view box, Diagram, charts and white board in some L.T.
  7. Auditorium
    (Accommodation): Available , Air conditioned
    (500 seats)
  8. Examination Hall
    (Sitting Capacity): Available. Two in numbers
    (350 seats and 250 seats)
  9. Common room for -
  10.     Size
    (a) Boys available 56 sq.m.
    (b) Girls available 28 sq.m.

    Facilities of attached toilets:-
    Present or not: Present

  11. Central Laboratories: Available
    1. Staff : Clinical Pathologists; Microbiologists; Biochemist;Lab. Technician; Lab. Attendant
    2. Equipment: Monocular & Binocular Microscope, Incubators, Air Oven, Refrigerator, Colorimeter, Semi auto analyzer, Full Auto- analyzer, Blood Gas Analyzer, Centrifuge, Cell counter, Electrolyte analyser, Ion Selective Electrode & other common instruments are available
    3. Management of Central & Experimental Laboratories :
    4. The functioning of the Central Lab is under the control of HOD,Dept of Pathology and. is supervised by the faculty members of Pathology, Microbiology and Biochemistry Experimental Laboratory is not particularly earmarked. Pre-clinical & Para-clinical departments have their own labs. which are also utilized by the clinical Departments for research work..

Animal House

Accommodation : No. of rooms with size:
3 rooms, Size: 750 sq.ft.

STAFF:

  1. Veterinary Officer :Veterinary Medical Officer from Animal Resource Development Department, Govt of WB is available on request as and when required
  2. Animal Attendants:         2
  3. Technician for Animal
    Operation Room :           1
  4. Sweepers :                      2

SECTIONS:

1. No. of animals kept and bred : 62
2. Facilities for experimental work : Available

CENTRAL LIBRARY

(a) Layout and floor area:1850+508=2358 sq.m.
(b)Reading Rooms:
  (i) No.:-
    (a) for U.G. : 2
    (b) for P.G. : 1
    (c) for Staff : 1
  (ii) In each accommodation : UG-200, PG-40, Staff-20 ( at a time)
(c) Working hours : 9-00 a.m. to 8-00 p.m.
(d) No. of shifts : Two
(e) No. of Books : 20,280
  (i) Text :

11,617

  (ii) Reference : 8,663
(f)

No. of Journals

Subscribed annually:
   
  (i) Indian- 2012- 29 (ii) Foreign- 2012  - 09
      2013- 30     2013 - 10
      2014-32    

2014 - 17

(g)

No. of Journals actually  
received annually

:    
  (i) Indian- 2012- 29 (ii) Foreign-

2012 -9

      2013- 24     2013 -10
      2014- 28     2014- 17
(h) No. of Journals with back Numbers :    
  (i) Indian: 128    (ii) Foreign: 246
(i)

No. of books purchased   
during the last 3 years   

:    
  Ist Year IInd Year IIIrd Year
  (2012-13) (2013-14 )  (2014-15 )      
  350 719 220
(j) Staff with qualifications :    
  Categories   Names

Qualifications

 
  • Librarian
  •      
     
  • Dy. Librarian
  •      
     
  • Documentalist
  •      
     
  • Cataloguer
  •   Hiralal Ghosh  
     
  • Library Assistants
  •   Subhajit Singha  
     
  • Daftaries -
  •      
     
  • Peons
  •   Sri Priyanath Kisku  
      Any other  i) Smt. Mayarani Modak,
    Lady Attendant
     
        ii) Smt. Sabitri Routh,
    Sweeper
     
    k) System of Cataloguing    Dictionary  
    l)
      Details of facilities available like Medlar, Internet, T.V., V.C.R., Xerox & Microfilm reading.
     
      Photo Copier : 1 No.  
      Microfilm reader : 1 No.  
      Computer : 22 Nos.  
      Whether these areas are air-conditioned? Only Computer  
    (m) MEDICAL EDUCATION UNIT :
      (a) Staff :

    Number

        Hon. Director/Coordinator-   Chairperson-  Prof. S. Basak
         

    Coordinator-  Prof. K. Nayek

       
  • Hon. Faculty
  • seven
       
  • Supportive Staff
  • One
       
  • Stenographer
  • One
       
  • Computer Operator
  • One
       
  • Technicians in Audio-Visuals aids, Photographer &  Artist.
  • One
      (b) Equipment available Public address system, Lap Top, LCD Projector etc.  
      (c) Teaching & training material available Yes , Charts, Manikins
      (d)
      No. of training courses conducted by Medical Education
     
        Unit :- 7 (Seven)                                                             
        (i) Categories of personnel trained – Faculty members, Medical Officers,
    PGTs, House-staff, Nursing staff,
        Para-medical staff etc.

        (ii)
      Number trained in each category  -
    Faculty  Members- 63         Medical Officer-34
            PGTs- 105             House-staff-56
    (n) STATISTICAL UNIT :        
      Yes No.      
      Composition :        
          DESIGNATION No  
      1) Staff :   Statistician 1  
                                          Data Entry Operator 1  
      2) Equipment   Computer, Calculator etc.    
      3) Scope of work        
     
  • To design methodology of a research
  •        
     
  • To analysis the trend of diseases at BMCH.
  •        
    (o) CENTRAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CUM AUDIO-VISUAL UNIT:       
      (a) Staff :          No.      
       
  • Photographer
  • 1      
       
  • Artist
  • x      
       
  • Modeler
  • x      
       
  • Dark Room Assistant
  • 1      
       
  • Audio-Visual Technician
  • 1      
       
  • Store Keeper Clerk
  • 1      
       
  • Attenders
  • 1      
      (b) Equipment
    (in each section)
      Digital Camera    
      (c) Type of Control – Central / Department        
    (p) HEALTH CENTRES - RURAL/URBAN
    R.H.C./P.H.C.
    URBAN HEALTH CENTRE    
                                   I                 II   III                  
      (a) Name of the center : C.R. Hospital, Bhatar Memari RuralHospital Kurmun Block P.H.C.

    Jhurjhurepul Alamganj. H.C.

       
      (b) Location of each center:

    Burdwan Sadar Sub Division

           
      (c) Population covered by each center:

    C.R. Hospital, Bhatar –

    Memari Rural Hospital-

    Kurmun BPHC-

    2,63,554

    1,98,152

    1,79,774

         
      (d) Distance from college:

    More or less 25 Km (Rural) &
    Urban within 3 Km.

           
      (e) Transport facilities for:

    College Mini bus

           
        1.

    (i) Students + Interns

    (ii) Staff

    (iii) Supportive Staff

    : 25

     

    : 02

     

    : 02

             
       

    2.

    (i) Number of Vehicles 

    (ii) Capacity of each Vehicle

     

    : 02

     

    : 25

             
       

    3.

    Control of Vehicles :-

    Departmental  :

    Central            :

    Both          
      (f) Staff of the Centers : Medical Officer, L.M.O., P.H.N., Health Inspector, Health Educator, Technician, Technical Assistant, Record Clerk, Pharmacist, Peon, Van Driver, Cook, Night Guard & Sweeper.    
      (g) Hostel facilities at the Rural Health Center : 
    1. Available at C.R. Hospital  Bhatar, Burdwan
         
      (h) Messing facilities available or not.  Available      
      (i) Working arrangement/type of control of Health Centres :      
        (i) Total (Admn. & Financial) control with the college Total        
        (ii) Partial (only for training) control         :- N.A.        

    WORKSHOP FOR EQUIPMENT & INSTRUMENT REPAIR

    Staff No.
    (a)
    • Supdt
    -
     
    • Sr. Technician
    01
     
    • Jr. Technician
    -
     
    • Carpenter
    01
     
    • Black smith
    01
     
    • Attendants
    01
    (b) Facilities for work:               

    Most of major equipments are under AMC or CMC. Minor repair work of equipments for day to day activities are done by M/s Electro Medical (Govt. undertaking) and agencies selected through inviting tender.

    Furniture and small equipments are repaired by the agencies and carpenter working under this control.

    HOSTELS

    (a) Layout : A. Boys’ Hostel-03 (each four storied building), Total Floor area (BH-I & II)- 4400 sq.ft. Accommodation-295 & BH-III; Accommodation - 142
        B. Ladies’ Hostel-02; Accommodation – 127 + 84
        C. House-staff & Interns Hostel (four storied); Accommodation- 150
        D. One Ladies Hostel-Accommodation-105-under construction.
        E.  One extra floor in each hostel is under construction
    (b) Distance from the college & Hospital   : Within the campus.
    (c) Total No. of rooms & seats :  
         
    Rooms
      Undergraduate (i) Boys 182
        (ii) Girls 76
      Postgraduate (i) Boys 49
        (ii) Girls 20
      No. of students on the roll         : 1045
    (d) Supervisory arrangement : Hostel Committee; Overall supervision by the Hostel Superintendent of respective Hostels
    (e) Messing & canteen arrangement : (Dining hall should have accommodation for 25% of the occupants at a given time).
     
      • Canteen facilities available at Hospital as well as at College.
      • Each Hostel has separate Mess with adequate accommodation.
    (f) Availability of visitors’ room, reading room TV room and indoors games Available

    RESIDENTIAL QUARTERS:

    (a) Categories : Teachers Non-teaching staff
    (b) Number : 45 148
    (c) Percentage of Staff accommodated in each category : 30%

    SPORTS AND RECREATION FACILITIES:

    (a) Playgrounds and games played : There is a large playground within the
    (b) Gymnasium facilities and arrangement : Available
    (c) Management : Students’ Union under guidance of the Principal, BMC

    Sports Officer/Physical instructor: Sports activities are mainly organized by the Students’ Union under supervision of the Hostel Superintendent and senior Faculty members

    N.C.C. Optional
    (a) Compulsory/Optional : -
    (b) Duration of Training : -
    (c) Training set up : -
    (d) Type of certificates : -

    TEACHING HOSPITAL (MAIN & SUBSIDIARY)

    a. Type of Management - Govt./Autonomous/Local body/Private Trust/Society
    b. Owner of the Hospital - Department of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of West Bengal
    c. Hospital is in possession of - -do-
    d. Administrative set up
    1. Particulars of Hospital/Hospitals :
    Name of Hospital No. of teaching Beds No. of special wards Beds/paid Beds. Name & Qualification of Medical Superintendent Full time/Part time Tel. No.
    O. / R.
    Fax No.
    Teaching Non-teaching
    Burdwan Medical College Hospital 920 including SSW-100 Paying bed-80 in Main campus( including ICCU & Cabin) Cardio-40 Cardio ICCU-10 Neuro-30, Urology-20 Prof. (Dr.) Utpal Dan, M.D. in Anatomy Full time Teaching - (O) -0342 :2665228 (M)- 9434177906 (FAX)-0342-2568644
    1. Medical Superintendent’s Office - Size              21 sq.m.
    2. Principal/Dean’s Office in the Hospital –Size     13.2 sq.m.
    3. Hospital Office space – Size                              389 sq.m.
    4. Nursing Superintendent’s Office – Size              9.3 sq.m.
    5. Waiting space for visitors - Size                         8.9 sq.m.
    6. Enquiry/office – Size                                          5.9 sq.m.
    7. Reception area – Size                                       2.2 sq.m.
    8. Store rooms – No. & Size
      1. Store-I :74.34 sq.m.
      2. Store-II : 46.46 sq.m.
      3. Store-III:146.3 sq.m.
      4. Store-IV:8.43 sq.m.
    9. Central Medical Record Section - Size 164 sq.m.
    10. Linen rooms – No. & Size   3 Nos; 37 sq.m.
    11. Hospital & Staff Committee Room – Size 41 sq.m.
    1. Indoor Facilities (in each ward) Is there
      1. Nurses duty room available with each ward?        Yes, available
      2. Examination & Treatment Room                            Yes, available
      3. Ward Pantry                                                          Yes, available
      4. Store Room for linen & equipment                         Yes, available
      5. Resident doctor’s duty room                                  Yes, available
      6. Student’s duty room                                               Yes, available

    DISTRIBUTION OF BEDS

    (a) Medicine & allied Specialties No. of teaching Beds No. of units Average bed occupancy/day (percentage of Teaching beds)
    (i) Gen. Medicine 180 6 98%
    (ii) Paediatrics 110 3 100%
    (iii) Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases 40 1 95%
    (iv) Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy 30 1 81%
    (v) Psychiatry 40 1 85%
      Total 400    
    (b)   Surgery & allied Specialities No. of teaching Beds No. of units Average bed occupancy/day (percentage of Teaching beds)
    (i) Gen. Surgery including Pediatric Surgery 180 6 95%
    (ii) Orthopedics 80 2 99%
    (iii) Ophthalmology 40 1 95%
    (iv) Oto-rhino-laryngology 40 1 99%
      Total 340    
    (c)   Obstetrics & ANC Gynecology No. of teaching Beds No. of units Average bed occupancy/day (percentage of Teaching beds)
        180

     

    5(incl.P P Unit)

    98%
    Grand Total 920    
    (other than bed for Casualty Service, ICU& Super-    speciality branch)

    ANNUAL BUDGET OF THE HOSPITAL
    (last 3 yrs)

    (I) (II) (III)
    2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
    (a) Pay of Staff & establishment: 45,93,60,970/- 51,06,77,200/- 55,72,78,600/-
    (b) Medicine & Stores: 7,00,00,000/- 10,00,00,000/- 13,00,00,000/-
    (c) Diet: 1,62,00,000/- 2,30,00,000/- 2,40,00,000/-
    (d) Non-recurring contingency: 37,00,00,000/- 40,00,00,000/- 44,00,00,000/-

    CLINICAL MATERIAL (HOSPITAL WISE)
    (attach a separate sheet if needed)

    Annexure- A 12

    Outdoor– Average Daily patient Attendance
      (a) Old Patients :-855 (b) New Patients:-1371 (c)Total:-2226
    Indoor -

    (a) Annual admissions:  

     1,30,324 (2014)  59,437 (upto June, 2015)

    (b) Average bed occupancy per day:
    (percentage of teaching beds)

    99%

    TEACHING/TRAINING FACILITIES (DEPARTMENT WISE)

    1. In O.P.D. All O.P.Ds except Chest diseases & Tuberculosis and Psychiatric Medicine Dept. are housed in the multi-storied building. OPDs for Chest & TB and the Psychiatric Medicine are housed in separate buildings. The OPDs remain open from 9-00 a.m. to 2-00 p.m. or till the work is finished, whichever is later. All OPDs are provided with clinical demonstration
    2. In Indoor: Adequate facilities for teaching & training of MBBS students.

    REGISTRATION, MEDICAL RECORDS & STATISTICS DEPARTMENT

    (a) Central and/or Departments :
    (i) For in-patients : Centrally
    (ii) For O.P.D. : Both Central & Departmental
    (b) Staff :
    Medical Record Officer : One
    Statistician : One
    Coding Clerk : X
    Record Clerk : One
    Daftry : One
    Peons : Two
    Stenographer : One
    Record Supplier : Two
    (c) System of Indexing :  
    Computerized : Essential data are computerized
    Manual : Also recorded in the Registers manually           
    (d) Follow up service : Analyzed data and other information including cause of deaths are sent to the  Department of Health and Family Welfare  and also to the State Bureau of Health Intelligence, Govt. of West Bengal

    CENTRAL CASUALTY SERVICES

    (a) Whether working : Yes No
    (b) Accommodation for staff on duty :-
    (i) Doctors
      Present
    (ii) Nurses Present
    (iii) Students Present
    (iv) Other paramedical staff Present
    (c)   No. of emergency beds in casualty 26+4=30
    (d)   Working arrangement of casualty services  
    (i) No. of casualty medical officers 7

    (ii)

    Consultants services     

    Round the clock the services of RMO-cum-Clinical Tutor are available. Consulting Physician and Surgeon, they are on call and available as and when required for the patients.

    (iii) Nature of services : Conservative as well as operative management of attending pts.     
    (iv) Average daily attendance of patients :  347
    (e)   Resuscitation services facilities: -  
    (i) Oxygen supply Available
    (ii) Ventilation Available
    (iii) Defibrillator Available
    (iv) Fully equipped disaster trolleys     Available
    (f)  

    Facilities provided :-

     
    (i) X-ray Available
    (ii) Operation theatre Yes,   both Major & Minor
    (iii) Laboratory facilities Available
    (g)   Ambulance service   Yes/No Number
    Yes

    2+1(trauma)+1(OT
    Van) +1 bus

    (h)   Whether facilities for medico-legal examination exist or not?    Yes.
      If yes, whether separate staff is posted or not. Services of Faculty Members, Mortuary Assistants and others of Dept. of F.S.M.  are utilized for the purpose.
    (i)   Posting of interns in casualty - Yes or No Yes
      If yes, No. of days   7 days/week
         

    Interns are posted at casualty
    for 15 days.

    CLINICAL LABORATORIES

    No. Speciality
    (a) Central 1 i) Clinical Pathology
          ii)

    Clinical Microbiology

          iii) Clinical Biochemistry
    (b) Departmental 3   Pathology
           

    Microbiology

            Biochemistry
    (c) Ward side Laboratory      Surgery/Paediatrics Medicine/General Medicine/Gynae. &  Obst./Dermatology /Chest   
    (a) Total no. of investigations
    (Average daily)
    Bio Chemistry Clinical Pathology Micro Biology Any other
    (i) O.P.D. 225/day 129/day 54/day -
    (ii) In-patients 112 70 34 -
    (b) Staff & Supervision in each Laboratory
    (i) Teaching Staff Number : 13+4+8 = 25
    (ii) Non-teaching Staff Number : 14 technicians+6 GDA + 2 Sweeper
    (c)   Equipment in each laboratory :  
      Microscope   Conical flask
      Semi Auto Analyzer   Reagents
      Pipette   HCL
      Burette   Nitric Acid
      Haemoglobinometer   Rapid Diagnostic
      Electrolyte analyzer   Digital sterilization
      Glass slide   Deep freeze
      Numbers chamber    
      Instrument for ELISA test    

    OPERATION THEATRE UNIT

    (1) Operation theatres -
    (a) Number : Major : 16 Minor : 10
    (b) Arrangement & Distribution

    Please see ANNEXURE-A13

     
    (c) Equipment O.T. Table, Spot Light, Shadow Lamp  
      (including Anesthesia equipment)

    Auto Clave, Sterilizer Drums, AnaesthesiaMachine/workstation, Multi Channel Monitor, Pulse Oximeter, Defibrillator, Surgical Instrument, C-Arms, Endoscopy, ABG Machine, Cardiac Monitor, Ventilator,
     Diathermy etc.

     
    (d) Facilities available in each O.T. unit -    
      (i) Waiting room for patients Present/Absent  
    Present
      (ii) Soiled Linen room Present  
      (iii) Sterilization room Present  
      (iv) Nurses duty room                                  Present  
      (v) Surgeons & Anaesthetists room -          Present  
       
  • For Males
  • Present  
       
  • For Females
  • Present  
      (vi) Assistants room                                   Present  
      (vii) Observation gallery for students    
     

    (viii)

    Store room   Present  
      (ix) Washing room for surgeons & Assistants  Present  
      (x) Students washing up and dressing up room   Present  
    (2)     Arrangement of Anesthesia    
      (a) Pre-anaesthetic care:

    Available, patients are evaluated in the pre-anaesthesia clinic.  After evaluation, patients are admitted in the Indoor.

     
      (b) Nature of anesthesia used:

    All types of modern anaesthetic practice i.e. G.A./Regional Anaesthesial (subarachnoid    Epidral, Nerve Block, Field Block)

     
      (c) Post-anesthetic care : Present  
    Pre-operative ward (no. of beds) : Present (Bed-24)  
    Post-operative ward (no. of beds) :        Present (Bed-102)  
    Resuscitation facilities and special equipment :

    Available. Boyle apparatus, Ventilator

     

    Resuscitation facilities and special equipment : Available. Boyle apparatus, Ventilator Pulse Oximeter, Defibrillator, Cardiac monitor and Echo Resuscitation facilities Cardiac Monitors, Defibrillator, Airway management devices, other necessary equipments for resuscitation and cardiograph, channel monitor, Co-axial Brain circuit, computer with printer, head light refrigerator, ultra-sound scanner with C-Arm Colour Doppler, Arthoscope, Laparoscope, Fibro-opticystoscope, rigid & flexible Bronchoscope.

    If any super specialty exists Give details: Dept. of Cardiology, Neuro-Medicine, Nephrology Urology & CTVS are housed in the 2nd campus of the Teaching Hospital of this Institution in the name of Super-Speciality Wing Hospital and those Departments are functioning in that campus from 3rd January,2011

    Intensive Care Area No. of Beds Specialized equipment’s in each
    ICU/ICCU 5+10=15 Cardiac Monitor, Ventilator, Defibrillator, Pulse Oxymeter, Multi Channel Monitor
    I.C.U. of Burn Unit 3 Monitor, syringe pumps etc
    Surgical intensive care area (C.C.U.) 6 Ventilator, Mullti Channel Monitor, equipment for Oxygen therapy and airway management, Syringe Pump, Portable X-ray, ABG Machine, CPAP etc.
    No. of Beds Specialized equipments in each
    Paediatrics Intensive PICU-08 Radiant Warmer, Ventilator
    Phototherapy Care area NICU-08 Pulse Oxymeter. Ventilator, Monitor etc.
    ICU for others like Respiratory Diseases Etc. RICU-5 Ventilator, Bi-PAP, Monitor, Syring pump, Defibrilater

    Labour Room

       
    Clean with number of beds: 18  
    Septic with number of beds: 02  

    RADIOLOGICAL FACILITIES

    (a) Radio Diagnosis
    No. of rooms & their Size : 06 20x15 Sq.ft. each
    Machine Strength Fixed Mobile
    4 Nos. 300 MA F
    2 No. 500 MA F
    1 No. 800 MA F
    4 Nos. 15 MA  

    M

    4 No. 60 MA   M
    2 No. IITV & Fluoroscopy F
    1 No. Digital X ray (800MA) F
    1 No. CT F
    3 No. USG  
    1 No. Mammography  
    1 No. MRI  
    (b) Workload per day Nos. per day  
    i. Screening 5/day  
    ii. Radiographics  347/day  
    iii. Special Radiographs  

    (for example, Barium and Dye
    Studies IVU)

     2-3/day  
    iv. Ultrasonographs 190/day including G & O.  
    v. C.T. Scans 40/day  
    vi. Any other like mammographs etc. 1-2/day  
    (c)   Protective Measures    
      Adequate as per BARC specification    Adequate
          Inadequate

    PHARMACY

    Organization set up 1) Hospital Pharmacy (i) Indoor Pharmacy
    (ii) Sub Store
    (iii) Oxygen Store
    (iv) Preparation
      2) Outdoor Pharmacy  

    Staff   :

    (a)

    Supervised by whom
    Senior Demonstrator of Practical Pharmacy

                                                                 
     
      (b)

    Qualification of pharmacist In-charge :
    One senior Pharmacist- Diploma in Pharmacy

     
      (c) No. of other staff  :   
        Pharmacist  : 21  
        Group D       :  15  
        Sweeper      : 02  
      (d)

    No. of prescription dispensed a day

       
        (i) Wards : 500/day (approx)  
        (ii) O.P.D. :  2400/day (approx)  

    CENTRAL STERILIZATION SERVICES DEPARTMENT :

    1. Exclusive or with substerilisation centres also : CSSD with Sub-sterilization Centre
    2. Equipment scope and inservice arrangement : There are six (6) big size Horizontal electrically operated H.P. dressing sterilizer and four (4) Vertical dressing sterilizer. Bowl sterilizer, Ultrasonic cleaner.
    3. Volume of work/day: 60 drums/day
    4. Arrangement for sterilization of mattresses & blankets: Yes, by moist heat
    5. Staff available in CSSD :
      • Matron Available
      • Staff Nurses Available
      • Technical Assistants 01
      • Technicians 1
      • Ward boys 2
      • Sweepers 1

    CENTRAL LAUNDRY:

    (a)   Equipment :
      (i) Mechanised-

    Fully mechanized; Bulk washing machine,
    Hydro extractor, Flat &  Rolley Steam Press.

      (ii) Manual - As and when required
    (b)   Volume of work/day : 210 unit/day
    (c)   Staff available : Linen Keeper-02
        Supervisor      : Work supervised by Linen keeper
        Dhobi/Washermen/Women: Available, Five in number
        Packers : Available, Two

    KITCHEN

    (a) Type : (i) Electrical :
        (ii) L.P.G.    : L.P.G.   
        (iii) Coal/Wood: No
    (b) Nature of food supplied:   Cooked diet (A,C,E.F.G)
    (c) Daily No. of meals :  

    850/day

    (d) Percentage of patients provided with free diet :    90%
    (e) Per capita expenses/day :  

    Rs.50.32

    CANTEEN

    (a) Type of catering : Supply of meals, tiffin, tea etc.
    (b) Whether subsidised ? Yes
    (c) For staff only or for others also : Staff, students & others

    INCINERATOR

    1. No. :
    2. Capacity:
    3. Type :
      1. Hospital wastes are disposed of through Health care Waste management system . Wasters are collected in coloured bag of different types & put into drum. The wastes are collected by the Municipality for disposal.
      2. One Shredder & big Autoclave have been functioning In disposal of the Hospital wastes, guidelines of the West Bengal Pollution Control Board are followed.

    Enclosure- Govt. Order.- A14

    PARA MEDICAL/OTHER SERVICES STAFF IN THE WHOLE HOSPITAL

    No. of posts sanctioned No. in position
    • Nursing Superintendent 1 1
    • Dy. Nursing Supdt. 13 4
    • Matron X X
    • Asstt. Nursing Supdt. X X
    • Nursing sisters 32 31
    • Staff Nurses 444 403
    • Lab. Technicians 30+43+11=84 25+19+2=46
    • Lab Assistants 20 15
    • Lab Attendants 12 11
    • Ward boys -  
    • Ward Attendant 532 314
    • Safaiwala/ Sweepers 153 152
    • Any other Category
    Private scavenging:
    224 221

    QUARTERS

    Categories

    (a) Residents : Sanctioned No. No provided with quarters-
        24 24
    (b) House Staff : Sanctioned No. No provided with quarters
        88 88
      Nursing Staff (i) Sisters : Sanctioned No. No. provided with quarters
          23 23
          (130 Nursing staff have been accommodate in the Nurses’  Hostel)
        (ii) Staff Nurses : Sanctioned No. 

    No. provided with quarters

          373 354
        (iii) Pupil Nurses : Sanctioned No.- No. of provided with quarters-
          160 160
      Other Categories Staff-  No. of provided with quarters
      Doctor - 103 36
      Group-C - 72 16
      Group-D - 70 55

    Percentage of staff provided with quarters

    35%  - Teaching (including Govt. Housing)
    30% - Non-teaching (including Govt. Housing)

    INTERCOM AND PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM IN THE HOSPITAL CAMPUS - Present/ Absent - Present

    Result of examination – given number and percentage of passes during proceeding years

    YEAR-2013

    YEAR 2014

    YEAR 2015

    REGULAR

    SUPPLEMENTARY

    REGULAR

    SUPPLEMENTARY

    REGULAR

    SUPPLEMENTARY

    NO.

    %AGE

    NO.

    %AGE

    NO.

    %AGE

    NO.

    %AGE

    NO.

    %AGE

    NO.

    %AGE

    (a) First Professional:
    106 87.73 12 100 150 82 26 96.15 - - - -
    (b) Second Professional:
    100 78 22 95.45 95 93.68 6 100 104 79.8 21 -
    (c) Final Professional: (a) Part I
    88 100 01 - 99 89.89 11 100 94 92.55 7 -
    (b) Part II
    103 81.55 19 100 88 89.77 9 100 100 97 3 -
     

    PARTICULARS OF PRE-REGISTRATION INTERNSHIP:

    1. Period in each Department/discipline: Please see Annexure-A15
    2. Period of posting in a Rural Health Centre/Primary
      Health Centre/Urban Health Centre 2 months (Annexure-A15)
    3. Method of assessment (Please attach a copy of the log
      book/assessment sheet) Please see Annexure-A15 as noted against Item-(a)
    4. Whether MBBS degree is conferred only after successful completion of 12 months compulsory rotating internship. Yes

    OTHER INFORMATION:(Will be update soon)

    1. Yearly research publications by the teaching staff:
    Ist Year IInd Year IIIrd Year
    National journals (No.) ________ Noted in B-form of respective Departments
    International journals (No.) ___________
    (during the last 3 years)
    2. National Seminars/Conferences

    conducted by the Institution in the last 3 years                             

    Noted in B-form of respective Departments
    3. National Awards/recognition received by the college Faculty      :  

    Noted in B-form of respective Departments

    4. Any associated Institutions/Training courses             : Yes No.
    5. If yes,
    (i) Dental X No. of Admissions/Yrs.
    (ii) Nursing B.Sc. (Nursing) : 50, M. Sc. (Nursing): 10
    (iii) Pharmacy X X
    (iv) Physiotherapy

    BPT:  10 (Tie-up with Burdwan Institute
    of Management & Life Sciences).     

    (v) Lab Technician            

    Dip. in Medical Lab. Technology of
    State Medical Faculty of West Bengal: 30

    (vi) Any other DRD  : DRT   :
        08 04
        ECG : DCLT : DNEP :
        04 04 04
    For the medical colleges which are running other courses as mentioned above besides the undergraduate courses leading to MBBS, they will be required to have extra staff, space, laboratories and equipment’s as per the norms laid down by the bodies governing such courses.
    6. Total No. of PG students Admitted yearwise (in previous3 years) (please attach separate statement) No. of students admitted
    Subjects Ist Yr. Dip./Degree IInd Yr. Dip./Degree IIIrd Yr. Dip./ Degree

    ( 3-Yr Degree Courses

    &

    2-Yr Diploma Courses )

    (2014-17

    Session)

    (2013-16

    Session)

    ( 2012-15 Session)

    1

    MS Anatomy

    3

    4

    2

    2

    MD Biochemistry

    4

    4

    4

    3

    MD Physiology

    5

    4

    4

    4

    MD Forensic Medicine

    2

    3

    2

    5

    MD Microbiology

    4

    4

    4

    6

    MD Pathology

    9

    9

    9

    7

    MD Pharmacology

    4

    4

    3

    8

    MD Preventive & Social Medicine/ Community Medicine

    6

    5

    5

    9

    MD Anaesthesiology

    6

    6

    6

    10

    MD General Medicine

    6

    6

    6

    11

    MD Pediatrics

    5

    5

    5

    12

    MD Psychiatry

    3

    2

    2

    13

    MD TB& Respiratory Diseases

    2

    2

    2

    14

    MD Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy

    2

    2

    2

    15

    MD Obstetrics & Gynecology

    10

    6

    6

    16

    MS E.N.T (Otorhinolaryngology)

    1

    2

    2

    17

    MS General Surgery

    6

    6

    6

    18

    MS Ophthalmology

    3

    3

    2

    19

    MS Orthopedics

    6

    6

    6

    20

    MD Radio-diagnosis

    4

    0

    0

    21

    DM Neuro-medicine

    1

    2

    2

    22

    DM Cardiology

    1

    1

    1

    23

    DGO

    2

    (14-16 Session)

    2

    (13-15 Session)

    2

    (12-14 Session)

    24

    D.O

    4

    (14-16 Session)

    4

    (13-15 Session)

    4

    (12-14 Session)

    TOTAL

    Deg=93+

    Dip=6

    Deg=83+

    Dip=6

    Deg=78+

    Dip=6

     


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