Indrajit Memorial Institute of Medical Science & Technology (A UNIT OF) Indrajit Memorial Welfare Society

Prologue

  • Dear young Friend.

Thank you for the interest shown in the Course offered by our institution. By going through the prospectus, I hope you will not only get to known the details of the course you are interested but also about our Institution stand for One of the biggest problem of today's world is unemployment. Also most of the time Personal with inadequate educational and technical qualification are given the competitive post and vacancies. Our motto is to overcome this problem and to provide more job opportunities to youngsters by making them, Educationally & Technically competent. And also be together to cure the many Patient by the help of the Specialist Doctors and their laborious effort and care in the OPD Section. Medical camp (outside )of our institution.

With Best wishes and assuring you qualitative education.

Rudra Kanta Dhar
Hon. Secretary & Chief
Functionary of I. M. W. S.

Latest news

  • 15 apr2014
    Posted by Indrajit Dutta

    Every time you donate blood, you are saving lives. Blood cannot be manufactured, and there is no substitute for it. It is in constant demand for accident victims, hemophiliacs, surgeries, infants, patients battling cancer and more. In addition, blood supplies need to be replenished constantly, as blood products have a short shelf life. Take the pledge, and commit to saving lives.

  • 05 May2014
    Posted by Sonali Das

    Free eye-checkup and treatment centre is set up in our institution for improving the eyesight by natural ways, a unique concept in the entire eastern region. The objective is to provide free treatment to all and promote natural ways of improving eye sight and to help those who have been turned away as non-treatable cases by medical fraternity, a across the world.

  • 15 Feb2014
    Posted by Atanu Ghosh

    As part of the social responsibility, 'Save and empower girl child', Mumbai-based Lilavati Hospital, along with Mangaldas Oza charitable trust organised a mega health and free medicine distribution camp for underprivileged girls at Dhundalwadi village in Thane district on 15 feb.

  • 05 Jun2014
    Posted by Sayan Ghosh

    Pulse Polio is an immunisation campaign established by the government of India in 1995-96 to eradicate poliomyelitis (polio) in India by vaccinating all children under the age of five years against polio virus. This project deals with the ways to fight poliomyelitis through a large scale immunisation programme, co-operating with various international institutions, state governments and Non Governmental Organisations.