As the science advances & trends change. So does a womens life from being born as a cuddly child, nurtured & nourished by the care of her parent. She steps slowly into this world blooms into a beautiful person a daughter, a home maker & finally a mother and her journey in the life continues. Living out each day to rise up as a complete women thus women is the core of her family and other members revolves around her. Women is the "Janani", giver of birth to human race. Women is the "Shakti" the power. She is the embodiment of the love. These power sediments of hers are due to the special attributes of her body and of her body chemistry. Her body conditions when not properly handled, face some problems of health.
As the world celebrates womens day on 8th march, it is apt to teach & discuss certain health issues concerning her & that is given in the subject Obstetrics & gynaecology.
Our department deals with :
|Gynaecology||:||The study of the diseases of female reproductive organs.|
|Obstetrics||:||The branch of medicine deals with pregnancy, child birth & puerperium.|
|Neonatology||:||Means branch of medicine dealing with neonate.|
|Therapeutics||:||Application of homoeopathic medicines in Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Neonatology.|
Homoeopathy adopts the same attitude towards the subject as it does towards medicine & surgery. But while dealing with gynaecology & obstetrics cases we focused more on clinical methods of investigations for diagnosing local condition & individualizing cases. The surgical intervention either as a life saving major or for removing mechanical obstraction if necessary, As well as their management by using homoeopathic medicine and other oxillary methods of treatment.
Professor & HOD
D.H.M.S., B.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)
Associate Professor / Reader
B.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)
Assistant Professor / Lecturer
D.H.M.S., M.D. (Hom)
|Month & Year||No. of Student Appeared||No. of Students Passed||% of Result|
|Month & Year of Exam||Name of the Student|
|Summer-2012||Miss. A. A. Jain|
|Winter-2012||Miss. D. V. Jadhav|
|Summer-2013||Miss. T. A. Garge|
|Winter-2013||Miss. S. M. Sharma|
|Summer-2014||Miss. S. T. Dhondge|
|Winter-2014||Miss. S. S. Binayakya|
|Summer-2015||Miss. R. S. Chordiya|
|Winter-2015||Miss. Urmila Jadhav|
Miss Madhura S. Kotulkar
Miss. Poonam B. BHandari
|Winter-2016||Miss. Rachana R. Bhalgat|
|21-06-2015||As the Government declaired 21st June World Yoga Day, we also have celebrated here on the college ground at 7.00 a.m. all BHMS students teaching & non-teaching staff were present with full of enthusiasm. Programme was started with speech of Dr. Mrs. Suryawanshi. She talked about importance of Yoga in day-to-day life. Dr. Mrs. Arpana Pareek had given instructions about asanas & pranayams & i.e. followed by all the students & staff. Every one was enjoyed the programme & ended with National Anthum.|
Gynaecology camp : on the occasion of International Women’s day our College & Hospital had arranged a medical camp for the females on 14th March 2015. Camp was inaugurated by renouned gynaecologist Dr. Mrs. Kulkarni from Nashik & Dr. Mrs. Sonawane from Pimpalgaon. In the camp every patient was observed & examine by the both gynaecologist to rule out any gynaecological abnormality & related symptomatology of cancer. 100 patients were attended & taken benefit of the camp.
Dr. Mrs. Kale S. R. has given gydance to the girls related their health problem in the shri. Neminath Jain Highschool.
Gynec camp was conducted at Shri. R. P. Chordiya Hospital, for detection of Uterine Cancer and Gynecological examination by Gynecologist Dr. (Mrs.) Ujjwala Bankar, Dr. (Mrs.) Devashri Sulakhe and Dr. (Mrs.) Priyanka Kasliwal. Total 78 patients reported for the same.
Dr.(Mrs.) S. R. Kale, Reader in the department delivered a speech on Pubertal Problems in girls at SNJB's Arts, Commerce and Science College.
Gynec camp conducted at Renuka lawns, CHandwad on 08/08/2016 where 900 patients examined and treated in coordination with rural hospital, Chandwad
Departmental Library is for the ref. of books for the department which includes more than 116 books.