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Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary Medical College

Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary Medical College

SGT Medical College, Hospital & Research Institute, Budhera, Gurgaon (Delhi NCR Region) is a unit of Dashmesh Educational Charitable Trust, which was constituted in the year 1999, with the avowed object of spreading the message of Sree Guru Gobind Singh (Dashmesh) that the highest service is rendered by spread of knowledge. The trust aims towards providing quality education by creation of centers of academic excellence for promoting studies in Sikhism and other subjects, and also aims to serve society by providing better health care facilities to the needy at an affordable cost.The Trust committed in its sprit to ameliorate the rural health in preventive, curative and rehabilitative spheres of medicine, has carefully chosen the place of implementation in a rural back ground, but with in the close proximity of Gurgaon and Delhi. To achieve its aims, the Trust established SGT Dental College, Hospital & Research Institute, from 2002-03 academic session, which is affiliated to Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak. Two BDS batches have already passed out from the Dental College. The Post Graduate Programmes in all the nine specialties of Dental sciences have also been approved by the DCI and are being organized since 2007-08. The Dental Mechanic and the Dental Hygienist courses have also been approved since 2008-09. In the same year, Bachelor of Physiotherapy course has commenced. The Trust has also applied for opening of nursing and paramedical courses, and is at the verge of getting the mandatory permissions.
Phone : 0124-2278183, 84, 85, 2278232
EMail : info@sgtmedicalcollege.org
Website : sgtmedicalcollege.org

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