Rajiv Gandhi Institute Of Medical Sciences (RIMS)

Adilabad, Telangana State


Govt. Medical College
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Rajeev Gandhi Institute Of Medical Sciences,Adilabad
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About Our College & Hospital

Welcome To RIMS Medical College & Hospital

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Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) is situated in Adilabad, Telangana. This college was founded by the Government of Andhra Pradesh in 2008. The RIMS Medical College & Hospital , the dream institute of our former Hon’ble Chief Minister –Dr. Y.S. Raja Shekar Reddy. This Medical Institute started functioning from 24th August 2008.The first batch of Under Graduates admitted in August 2008. RIMS Adilabad was established in 53.5 acres of land side by NH–7 in the year of 2008, work was started on 1-2-2008. The principal objective of establishment of this institute is to improve quality of health care in this backward region and make medical education accessible to all the eligible students of the region. The Government of Andhra Pradesh had taken special interest in allocation of budget to this institute, close monitoring of quality of construction and completion of project within given time frame. Such an infrastructure is not available anywhere in the State. The first MCI Inspection took place in 2008 and was followed by another 4 inspections. Very few colleges in the state have 100 admissions per year. The MCI Inspectors were also astonished seeing infrastructure & equipment provided to the institute. The Institute has passed through all the MCI inspections successfully without any interruption. The first batch of Under Graduates admitted entered final MBBS. The Team constituted by Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences inspected the college in July 2010. Sudden budding of new institutions all over the country, availability of limited Post Graduate seats in the country and other conditions made acute shortage of Qualified Staff throughout the country. For any new budding institute, satisfying the norms of MCI regarding staff is an Herculean Task. The Corporate Medical Colleges are attracting the qualified hands with attractive salaries and with other benefits. Hence, majority of Government Medical Colleges are without adequate qualified hands. Government of AP made alternate arrangements to attract more number of qualified hands by introducing semiautonomous regulations to the Faculty wherein lumpsum salaries are paid without pension benefits and other service facilities. The continuous efforts of Director of Medical Education & RIMS Authorities succeeded to recruit reasonably good number of qualified hands. The staff position in the institute is reasonably good compared to other Government and Private Medical Colleges. Specialist’s services are very essential at Tertiary Level Care Hospitals like RIMS. The Administrators are facing difficulty in recruiting Specialists especially in Radio diagnosis & Radiotherapy, Psychiatry and General Medicine. In the past, RIMS Hospital was a secondary level care hospital i.e., District Hospital. It was located in Adilabad town. Now the daily out patient’s attendance has reached 1200. Specialty services: General Medicine, General Surgery, OBGY, Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Skin & STD, TB & CD, Anesthesia, Lab services in Pathology, Microbiology & Biochemistry, Radiology, Psychology, ENT, Ophthalmology, Dentistry, Casuality, MICU & SICU, RICU, PICU, NICU

RIMS , Adilabad MCI Information

Director & Medical Superintendent Details:

Name: Dr.B.Karunakar, MD
Designation: Director & Medical Superintendent
College: Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Adilabad
State: Telangana
Phone: 9701501055
Land & Fax No.: 08732-220521
Email ID:rimsadilabad@yahoo.com
Address: Principal, Quarters, RIMS Medical College
Adilabad Pin Code: 504001.

Teaching and Non Teaching staff : Professors | Asst. Professors | Associate Professors | Tutors

Sanctioned Intake capacity of UG & PG
Sanctioned Intake capacity :-
UG INTAKE CAPACITY: 120 MBBS seats
PG INTAKE CAPACITY: 08 MD ( Pharmacology and Physiology Seats Permitted).

List of students UG PG : 2016 BATCH | 2017 BATCH | 2018 BATCH | UG-2019

 Affiliated University Details

Examinations Results of last one year

Recognition approval of government medical collage nizamabad

Clinical Material

Academic activities








Latest Updates

24 th NOV

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24 th NOV

RIMS Super Speciality Hospital Application form
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24 th NOV

Recruitment Notification on 27.11.2021
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04 th AUG

In continuation to NOTIFICATION NO. 213/E1/2021 for RIMS Medical College and Hospital.
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01 st AUG

Application form for SUPER SPECIALITY HOSPITAL.
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01 st AUG

Application form for RIMS MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL.
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01 st AUG

RIMS, MEDICAL COLLEGE, HOSPITAL AND SUPER SPECIALITY HOSPITAL RECRUITMENT NOTIFICATION.
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25 th MAY

In continuation of the earlier ( PMSSY Super speciality) notification, applicants are hereby informed that age relaxation will be considered if candidates are not available for the posts.
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Several healthcare workers in India have been attacked as they battle to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Doctors have been spat at and chased away from homes, and that in one case patients directed abusive and vulgar language towards female nurses. Some physicians and their families have also been ostracised by their neighbours because of their exposure to patients infected with Covid-19. India has reported more than 2,300 cases and at least 50 people have died. One video, which has gone viral, showed a mob throwing stones at two female doctors wearing personal protective equipment in the central city of Indore. The doctors had gone to a densely-populated area to check on a woman suspected of having Covid-19 when they came under attack.

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Several healthcare workers in India have been attacked as they battle to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Doctors have been spat at and chased away from homes, and that in one case patients directed abusive and vulgar language towards female nurses. Some physicians and their families have also been ostracised by their neighbours because of their exposure to patients infected with Covid-19. India has reported more than 2,300 cases and at least 50 people have died. One video, which has gone viral, showed a mob throwing stones at two female doctors wearing personal protective equipment in the central city of Indore. The doctors had gone to a densely-populated area to check on a woman suspected of having Covid-19 when they came under attack.

  Appointment

Several healthcare workers in India have been attacked as they battle to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Doctors have been spat at and chased away from homes, and that in one case patients directed abusive and vulgar language towards female nurses. Some physicians and their families have also been ostracised by their neighbours because of their exposure to patients infected with Covid-19. India has reported more than 2,300 cases and at least 50 people have died. One video, which has gone viral, showed a mob throwing stones at two female doctors wearing personal protective equipment in the central city of Indore. The doctors had gone to a densely-populated area to check on a woman suspected of having Covid-19 when they came under attack.

  Appointment

Several healthcare workers in India have been attacked as they battle to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Doctors have been spat at and chased away from homes, and that in one case patients directed abusive and vulgar language towards female nurses. Some physicians and their families have also been ostracised by their neighbours because of their exposure to patients infected with Covid-19. India has reported more than 2,300 cases and at least 50 people have died. One video, which has gone viral, showed a mob throwing stones at two female doctors wearing personal protective equipment in the central city of Indore. The doctors had gone to a densely-populated area to check on a woman suspected of having Covid-19 when they came under attack.

  Appointment

Several healthcare workers in India have been attacked as they battle to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Doctors have been spat at and chased away from homes, and that in one case patients directed abusive and vulgar language towards female nurses. Some physicians and their families have also been ostracised by their neighbours because of their exposure to patients infected with Covid-19. India has reported more than 2,300 cases and at least 50 people have died. One video, which has gone viral, showed a mob throwing stones at two female doctors wearing personal protective equipment in the central city of Indore. The doctors had gone to a densely-populated area to check on a woman suspected of having Covid-19 when they came under attack.

  Appointment

Several healthcare workers in India have been attacked as they battle to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Doctors have been spat at and chased away from homes, and that in one case patients directed abusive and vulgar language towards female nurses. Some physicians and their families have also been ostracised by their neighbours because of their exposure to patients infected with Covid-19. India has reported more than 2,300 cases and at least 50 people have died. One video, which has gone viral, showed a mob throwing stones at two female doctors wearing personal protective equipment in the central city of Indore. The doctors had gone to a densely-populated area to check on a woman suspected of having Covid-19 when they came under attack.

  Appointment