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The proposed batch name of our 06-12 batch is ZERCULENZ Sir.V 'll be announcing it officially within 15th of may sir.I 'll inform u sir.Plz do update our proposed batch name in our Alumni Association Website Sir.
Sir,we are from 06-07 batch,we have confirmed our batch name finally in recent batchday held on 28th August as "AUDAZIANZ"-THE OVER RULERS please change our name as it is wrongly entered as ztrigarianz/zerculanz,please confirm our batchname as AUDAZIANZ and lock it permanantly as soon as possible....
Sir the proposed name for the batch 06-07 is ZtrigarianZ
Not any other name.....
06 batch name is zentaurianz/audazianz.....it isn't zerculenz or ztrigarianz....
எனது வேண்டுகோள் : எந்த பெயர் வைத்தாலும் புரியும்படி (eg Unity Batch, Buds, Centurions) பெயர் சூட்டுங்கள், please
Government Tirunelveli Medical College, and the Tirunelveli Medical College Hospital are located in Palayamkottai, the twin city of Tirunelveli in Tamil Nadu State of India. Palayamkottai is known as the Oxford of South India and is the place of many a colleges, few of those institutions have been imparting higher education from the pre Independence era. This college has been established and managed by the Government of Tamil Nadu
Other Names Tirunelveli is also called as Nellai This college is also called as TvMC The students refer themselves as "Nellaimedicos"
The Tirunelveli Government Medical College and its teaching hospital are located in an extensive area of about 350 acres of land at High Grounds, Palayamcottai (Palayamkottai) in Tirunelveli.
History In the Year 1965, the Government of Tamilnadu decided to start the Tirunelveli Medical College and the University of Madras agreed to the proposal and 75 students were admitted for the I MBBS course for the academic year 1965-66 and they had their Ist year of study in the local Arts and Science Colleges. In July 1966 the 1st batch II MBBS students started attending the classes in the newly constructed Anatomy Block. Other departments like Pharmacology, Pathology, Microbiology and Social and Preventive Medicine started functioning in the subsequent years and the District Head Quarters Hospital was converted to Tirunelveli Medical College Hospital. This College was affiliated to the Madurai Kamaraj University consequent to its inception in the year 1967 till the newly formed, The Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R Medical University in 1988. The College has been recognised by the Medical Council of India, New Delhi in the year 1978. The numbers of seats for the MBBS course has been increased from 75 to 100 since 1980 and in the same year Government has accorded sanction for the starting of Post Graduate Courses. Hostel facilities are provided both for men and women students within the campus. The college had celebrated its Silver Jubliee in the year 1990.
Location The Tirunelveli Medical College and its teaching hospital are located in an extensive area of about 350 acres of land at High Ground in Palayamkottai, the twin city of Tirunelveli in Tamil Nadu State of India. The local people as well as those from nearby places refer this hospital as the Highground Hospital
Administration The college and hospital are funded and managed by Government of Tamil Nadu (http://www.tn.gov.in/)
Courses Offered MBBS MD MS
College The college is present over a sprawling campus and has lecture halls, library, reading rooms, auditorium and seperate hostels (2 each) for men and women. There is a Central animal house with common laboratory animals for conduction of research programmes in the various departments.. Perhaps The only thing lacking is a Compound Wall !!!
Hospital The hospital is the referral hospital (tertiary care centre) for other institution in southern Tamil Nadu. The Tirunelveli Medical College hospital has a bed strength of 1078 with almost all special departments with necessary facilities like the Colour Doppler, Ultra Sound Scan, CT Scan and Dialysis Unit and with recent inclusion of 800 MA & IIT (Image Intensifier TV).
The Staff Professors/S.C.S : 12 + 59 Asst. Professors/Tutors : 54 + 87 Nursing Personnel : 176 Para Medical Staff : 241 Administrative Staff : 58 Sanitary Workers : 72 Others : 194 Total : 807
Post Graduates M.D General Medicine : 2 M.D Pathology : 1 M.D Forensic Medicine : 1 M.D Microbiology : 1 M.S General Surgery : 3 DCH : 2
Under Graduates CRRIs : 90 M.B.B.S Students : 458
Para Medical Nursing Students : 100 Multipurpose Health Worker Female : 30
Primary Health Centres Three Primary Health Centres at Pathamadai, Thenthiruperai and Thisayanvillai are attached to this College under Rural Oriented Medical Education (ROME) Programme. Since 1980 for the exposure of the Medical Students and internees to the rural atmosphere in turns, Specialists from various departments accompany the students to train them and treat the patients in the rural areas. The Professor of Social and Preventive Medicine is incharge of the programme.
Mobile ophthalmic unit Mobile ophthalmic unit attached to the Department of ophthalmology renders free service to people in semiurban and rural areas by organising eye camps in Tirunelveli and Tuticorin District.
Hospitals The Government FRIEDA MONNIER HOSPITAL (FMH) in Kalakad Panchayat Union, which was established and managed by the representatives of a Belgian Organisation, is attached to Tirunelveli Medical College which is suitable to be utilised as a Rural Social Service Centre for the Studies of this College.
Batches of TvMC Each batch of Undergraduate (MBBS) students have a name • 84 - 90 Dynamics • 79 - 85 Unity Batch • 90 - 96 Jubiliants • 91 - 97 Celestials • 92 - 98 Gargantuans • 94 - 00 Dazzling Dragons • 95 - 01 Centurions • 96 - 02 Masters of Millennium • 97 - 03 Immaculates • 98 - 04 Zenforians • 99 - 05 Insignius
The Directorate of Medical Education has asked heads of various departments of Tirunelveli Medical College (TVMC) to send proposals for admission to Diploma in National Board of Examination (DNB) at the college.
After holding discussions with Dr. Saraswathi, Dean, and the heads of various departments on Friday during her "routine visit" to the college and its hospital, Dr. Vijayalakshmi, Director of Medical Education (DME), asked the administration to send proposals to the directorate in this regard before May 7, highly placed TVMCH sources told The Hindu.
The initiative taken by the DME has brought cheers among the medical practitioners and the medical students here, as the DNB, equivalent to the post-graduate degree in medicine, ensure the availability of adequate number of qualified hands to be posted in the departments medical colleges which experience acute shortage of eligible staff.
"Since we can't find doctors in adequate numbers in the field of anatomy, the shortage of faculty members in the Department of Anatomy is huge. We had to face serious problems during the visit of a team from the Medical Council of India. The move by the DME would completely alleviate this problem as we can get more competent students with DNB if it is started here," a doctor at the TVMCH said.
Dr. Vijayalakshmi also asked the TVMCH administration to forward a proposal for highly advanced cancer treatment and its management, which would ensure the arrival of state-of-the-art equipment to the TVMCH.
The director asked the doctors here to send their requirements to upgrade the accident and trauma care sections with the assistance from the Union Government.
After reviewing the strength of the infrastructure facilities at the college and its hospital, Dr. Vijayalakshmi, invited the TVMCH administration to send a proposal for upgrading of the Nursing Training Centre there into a full-fledged Nursing College to produce highly skilled nurses.
Besides this, the TVMCH will also have a minimum of six paramedical courses such as X-ray technician, lab technician, Intensive Care Unit technician, ECG technician, etc., in the near future if the proposals to be forwarded by the college are approved.
After holding discussions with the heads of various departments in the hospital, Dr. Vijayalakshmi visited the college and inspected the construction of a new building in the hospital premises.
She asked the PWD engineers to complete the project at the earliest.