MGM School of Biomedical Sciences Faculty Members
Annual Day Celebration-2019
About MGM Institute of Health Sciences
BEGINNING OF MAHATMA GANDHI MISSION TRUST
The Mahatma Gandhi Mission Trust is the parent body of MGMIHS which was established in 1982 by Hon. Shri Kamalkishore Kadam with a futuristic vision to provide qualitative education by applying innovative and dynamic pedagogical techniques. Since inception, the Trust has focused on providing Health Care Services, School Education and Higher Education with dedication and commitment. The MGM Trust was established in Nanded, Maharashtra and in the course of time it extended its services to Aurangabad, Navi Mumbai and Parbhani in Maharashtra and Noida [New Delhi] in Uttar Pradesh.
A chain of Schools, Engineering, Architecture, Medical, Nursing, Management, Computer Science & IT, Bioinformatics and Biotechnology, Fine Arts and Journalism stand testimony to the endeavours of the Trust.
All these Institutions are run under the able guidance of Shri Kamalkishore Kadam, M.Tech. (IIT-Mumbai), Chairman of the Trust and Ex-Minister of Education, Maharashtra and the trustees Shri Ankushrao N. Kadam (B.E.) , Dr. P.M. Jadhav (FRCS, U.K.), Dr. S.N. Kadam (FRCP, Edin.), Dr. Nitin N. Kadam (MD, DCH) and Shri U.N. Kadam (B.E). The Institutions under MGM Trust have achieved a mark of excellence in their respective areas over the years.
The MGM Deemed University has been notified as a Deemed to be University i.e. “MGM Institute of Health Sciences” vide Notification No. F.9-21/2005-U.3 (A) dated 30.08.2006 issued by the Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher Education, New Delhi.
Two of its Medical Colleges at Aurangabad and Navi Mumbai were accorded the status of Deemed to be University and Mahatma Gandhi Mission Institute of Health Sciences (MGMIHS) started officially functioning in 2006.
Cardiac care technology was the specialization of my interest. Getting into this institution was like a dream come true. With extremely talented faculty members and mentors, I actually explored myself to the new areas of Cardiac care. This course not only taught me different technical aspects but also gave me the confidence to work in a hospital with reputed cardiologists.Currently, I am pursuing my Masters in Cardiac care technology at Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences, Pune.I am thankful to all Allied Health mentors for enhancing my career and making me a better person.This course has a great scope ahead with emerging technologies in applications as well as hospitals.
Prema Shewale— B.Sc
I completed Bachelor’s in science in Medical Imaging Technology from MGM school of Biomedical science in 2014, It’s dual way experience like class studies as well as practical Exposure too. I like the friendly atmosphere here and the fact, teachers were really close to the students. We were very supported in our studies. Some of the teachers were really kind and their way of teaching was really interesting. College atmosphere was also very motivational. Which helped us to grown up professionally.
Kaustubh Kolwankar (B.SC MIT, MBA IN Healthcare Management)— Administrative Officer
I am grateful to the Microbiology department for giving me a balance of continuous teaching and encouragement imbibed with the exposure of independent handling. I am also thankful to the central research laboratory for extending me the opportunity to work on molecular diagnostic methods. Assistant professor in Microbiology at NY Tasgaonkar Institute of Medical Science and consultant microbiologist at raigad hospital and research centre
I am highly grateful to all professors and staff of MGM School of Biomedical Sciences for being motivating and extremely supportive throughout my post graduate programme. I would also like to grab this opportunity and thank the department of Medical Genetics and Medical Biotechnology to strengthen my knowledge in the field of science.