Mysore Medical College and Research Instt. ( Government Medical College)

Govt Est. 1924Mysore, Karnataka
About College

Mysore Medical College & Research Institute (previously called Mysore Medical College), also known as Government Medical College, Mysore is one of the oldest and most reputed medical colleges in India which was established in 1924 and has made a lot of progress down the lane. The MMC was first started in Bangalore near the famous Victoria Hospital in small building and later the college was shifted to Mysore from Bangalore  in 1930 at the behest of cherished desire and instance of H.H. Krishnaraja Wodeyar. It has the unique distinction of being the first medical college started in a native princely state of pre-independence era. It was the only medical college till 1952 in Karnataka. Perhaps it was the sixth or seventh medical college in India at that time. Today its name and fame has spread beyond any imaginable boundaries and its children have contributed in alleviating human suffering all over the world. 

It is a Government Medical College college affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences-RGUHS, Karnataka, and recognized by National Medical Commission (NMC), India. It has an annual intake of 150 MBBS seats, 146 seats in 21 Departments Post-Graduate studies and 1 seat among the 1 Super-Speciality study. The college is excellently connected with Air, Rail, and Road route and it is very easy to reach from any part of the Mysore city. The Medical college is spread in over a very huge campus with all the in-house facilities and a great infrastructure. There are good spacious digital Lecture halls, classrooms, Demonstration rooms, Examination hall, Very good Departmental museums which has a greatly advanced Anatomy labs and other labs for clinical exposure. Huge Auditoriums and Seminar halls are in place. Separate Hostels for boys and girls with mess facility. Recreational activities like Indoor and Outdoor games. Central Library is spread in a very wide area with separate reading rooms for UG, PG and Staff.  It has Medical Books Indian & Foreign Journals with separate space to the students & Teaching Staff there is a Digital Library with Helinet as well. There are humungous collection of  Medical Books, Indian & Foreign Journals. 

Number of Seats in Post-Graduation and Super-Specialization
Obstetrics & Gynaecology10ENT6Forensic Medicine1Physiology2  
Psychiatry2Orthopaedics7Pathology7Anatomy2Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery1
General Medicine23General Surgery20Pharmacology4Bio-Chemistry1  
Paediatrics12  Microbiology5    
Pulmonary Medicine3        

MMC Attached Hospitals

The list of attached Hospitals include:

K.R. Hospital, Cheluvamba Hospital and P.K.T.B and Chest Diseases Hospital

Krishna Rajendra Hospital (K R Hospital), founded by Sri Krishnarajendra Wodeyar in 1927, is a tertiary referral center and teaching hospital attached to the Mysore Medical College in Mysore, Karnataka, India. K R Hospital has a total bed capacity of around 1050 beds which includes beds in general medicine, general surgery and other specialties like ENT, ophthalmology, urology, plastic surgery, psychiatry, ICU, MICU, SICU and others. A new multi-storied OPD building has recently been commissioned and this houses a state of the art ICCU on the ground floor and medical wards on other floors in addition to various consultation rooms. The surgical wards are located in a separate building which is popularly known as the "stone building". The hospital has a 24 hour casualty, radiology, central laboratories, blood bank and pharmacy catering to its needs. It has well-equipped Clinical and Diagnostic laboratories with blood bank facilities. The hospital is fully equipped to conduct major and minor surgeries and have state of the art ICU's. The medicines are given free of cost even for outpatients. More recently a number of subspecialties have been introduced and patients have had the benefit of utilizing plastic surgery, urology, nephrology, burns ward and dialysis services to mention a few. The Hospital has all the modern clinical facility and it serves a huge population of Mysore and surrounding districts. 

The Cheluvamba Hospital, earlier known as Vanivilasa Hospital, was located at Yelavala road (Vinoba road) behind Maharani’s college hostel. This was started in 1880 with 21 beds at the behest of Sri ChamrajaWodeyar. This was named after the Late Maharani Kempananjjammanniavaru. It was upgraded  and renamed as Cheluvamba Hospital in 1939 with 200 beds when constructed at the present site. It became a teaching institute in 1933. the present O.P.D. Block of obstetrics and Gynecology was built in 1997. The three storeyed women and children Block attached to Cheluvamba Hospital was built in 1964. The Dasara Exhibition buildings and grounds were finally handed over to the Meidcal college during 1975. It provided a splendid opportunity for future expansion. Now it is being used as an extension for undergraduate and postgraduate libraries, examination halls, the museum of preventive and Social Medicine Department and the Medical Education Cell.

PKTB Hospital - The Department of Tuberculosis and Respiratory diseases was attached to MMC in 1974 as teaching institution. 

Contact Details:

Mysore Medical College
Irwin Road Mysore Karnataka India 570001
Phone: 0091 821 2520512


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  • Admission Process

    KEA – Karnataka Examination Authority conducts counselling for Government Medical College (50% seats and another 50% will be conducted by MCC), 100% seat allotment in Private Medical College by KEA (which includes Non-Minority, Linguistic minority, Religious minority institutions). KEA counselling is conducted in 3 rounds, 1st round, 2nd round & Mop-up round. Application form will be available in PGET section in

    Step-Wise Process of KEA Counselling

    • PGET - Notification
    • PGET - Information Bulletin
    • PGET - Schedule
    • PGET - Online Application 
    • PGET Uploading of documents
    • Applied list
    • Verification of documents
    • Verified list (Verification slip and KCET number)
    • Seat matrix & Fees structure

    Separate seat matrix for Government seat, Private seat, NRI seat and others quota

    First Round :-

    • First round schedule
    • Option entry
    • Mock allotment results
    • Chance for candidates to reshuffle their choice
    • Locking of choice 

    (IMPORTANT NOTE – KEA Doesn’t allow fresh entry. In second Round only reshuffling is allowed)

    • Result First Round
    • Allotment cut-off first round
    • Reporting to the college (Choice 1,2,3,4 are given)

    Second Round:-

    • Option entry & choice filling (only reshuffling is allowed)
    • Allotment & cut-off of second round
    • Reporting 

    “NOTE: People who got allotted in 1st & 2nd Round are not allowed to participate in mop-up round “

    Mop Up Round:-

    • Fresh entries are allowed in mop-up round.
    • Mop-Up Registration Form
    • Document verification
    • Verified list
    • Option entry (it was done online in 2020, whereas in 2019 it was offline counselling) 
    • In 2020 extended mop-up round was done which was offline after decrease of percentile.

    Stray vacany round:-

    • (Institutional Mop-up round of counselling. seats left vacant or remaining unfiled still after a mop-up round of KEA counselling. This round is conducted by colleges to fill the left-over seat).






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