The emblem of Dr.B.R. Ambedkar Medical College, Bangalore established by Ananda Social and Educational Trust, is a symbolic expression of compassion and sacred service to be adopted for the practice of modern medicine. A central wand with entwined snakes symbolizing Greek and Roman Gods of health called Hermes and Mercury is adopted as a symbol of modern medical sciences. The Ananda Social and Educational Trust was set up as the outcome of a dream of committed Scheduled Caste intellectuals and philanthropists to make a positive contribution for the betterment of SC and ST and underprivileged people by opening up new avenues for them to find better slots in the social hierarchy by providing quality education. To this end a Medical college named after Bharatha Rathna Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was established by the Trust in July 1981. The motto of Dr.B.R. Ambedkar Medical College, is to provide selfless and quality health services to mankind. In May 1987, the college moved to its own campus at Kadugondanahalli. The elegant and imposing college building with its beautiful architectural design attracts the attention of all visitors. It is well planned and accommodates the Administrative block, Trust office, Central Library, Pre-Clinical and Para-Clinical departments, Sports section. There is a modern OPD Block with clinical departments attached for teaching and research with an auditorium and cultural dept. The hospital with 780 beds is also situated on the campus. The college was initially affiliated to the Bangalore University and is now affiliated with the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. The college runs the MBBS course as well as post-graduate courses in many subjects that are recognized by the Medical Council of India (vide MCI Order MCI/50(4)/91-Med./19649 dt. 22/11/1991).
01. MBBS | 4.5 Years + (1 Year Internship is Compulsory)