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Established with an aim of developing top dentists, Institute of Dental Sciences has evolved into one of the leading Dental Schools in India. From the moment students arrive, they are considered to be the members of the dental community and are challenged to meet the expectations of all. The classroom learning with state-of-the-art infrastructure adequately supported for clinical training in dental hospital having more than 285 electrical dental chairs with all other latest equipment's and amenities. It has super specialties in the areas of Oral Medicine & Radiology, Prosthodontics, Conservative Dentistry, Periodontology, Orthodontics, Oral Surgery, Oral Pathology & Microbiology, Pedodontics, Public Health Dentistry and Implantology, providing an Ideal environment to excel. Library is having more than 6000 books and required numbers of National and International print and e-journals.
Library is having more than 6000 books and required numbers of National and International print and e-journals. The examination and evaluation Is conducted by Sharda University. 14 batches of BDS students and 13 batches of MDS students have passed out from this institute. Recognitions: School of Dental Sciences Is recognized by Min. of Health & Family welfare, Govt. of India and Dental Council of India New Delhi for the admission of 100 seats per year for BDS Programme and 38 seats per year for nine MDS.
Students compete in 35 different sports and games including badminton, squash, basketball, volleyball, karate, judo, cricket, chess, swimming, tug of war to clinch the much coveted trophies.
The world-class auditorium in the campus is one of the best in North India and has seen and heard scores of eminent speakers, performers and singers, who acknowledge its grandeur. The two-tiered auditorium with a 1500+ seating capacity and a world-class media system gives its students an opportunity to get a feel of the big stage. This contributes to our aim of all - round development for our students through co-curricular activities. , annual fests and the various national seminars and conferences are held here.
From increasing concentration levels and working as a team to inculcating a winning spirit; sports help students build a strong character and a well rounded personality.
The club is formed with all categories single, double and regroups male and female athletes. Since there are several badminton courts on the campus, various players can enjoy the sport at once.
Furnished with contemporary facilities and a pleasing ambience. All rooms are spacious and well ventilated. Furniture and storage space are available in each room to make the stay of the students comfortable. There is a separate staff for hostel maintenance working under the active supervision of the Chief Warden. The maintenance staff take care of cleanliness and any other grievances of the residents. Constant efforts are made to provide home comforts to all the residents.Girls Hostel offers many exciting experiences in terms of both, learning and entertainment.
Rohilkhand Medical College and Hospital, Bareilly was established under the Government of Uttar Pradesh. The institute is approved by the Medical Council of India (MCI) and Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. Rohilkhand Medical College and Hospital, Bareilly lies with an area of 42 acres providing various academic and infrastructural facilities like administrative blocks, lecture theatres, hostels, mess, library, hospital, intensive care unit, emergency clock, OPD block, blood bank etc. The campus is now being transformed into Bareilly International University which has other constituent colleges associated with it namely Rohilkhand Institute of Dental Sciences, Rohilkhand College of Nursing, Rohilkhand School of Nursing, Rohilkhand College of Paramedical Sciences, Rohilkhand College of Pharmacy, Rohilkhand College of Applied Sciences & Technology, Rohilkhand College of Management, Rohilkhand College of Humanities and Journalism etc.
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