SHRI SHANKARACHARYA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES is managed by SHRI GANGAJALI EDUCATION SOCIETY which has as its member, an outstanding technocrat & educationist. The society has been running and managing a number of educational institutions offering UG/PG courses in Engineering & Technology/Pharmacy/Management/Computer Applications /Education/Nursing /Arts/Commerce/Science and from KG1 to 12th Exam. The Society has all the where withal to run the medical college strictly adhering to the norms/standards/guide lines as prescribed by MCI. The proposed Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Medical Sciences in the region is the first Medical Institution in India to be named after Adi- Shri Shankaracharya and blessed by all present Jagadgurus.
The paramount objective of the hospital is to serve to humanity. We have a sense of social responsibility, human values and concern for environment. Not only do we strive to train the students to become excellent doctors, thinkers and leaders of the society, but also help them to mould themselves into better human beings. The President of the Society, Shri I.P. MISHRA, an eminent technocrat and a distinguished educationist of the state, has been instrumental in the promotion and development of technical and medical education for the benefit of students and the state. Its hospital has earned the reputation of being one of the best hospitals in this area which offers medical treatment at an amount easily affordable to all sections of society.
DEDICATED TO LATE PROF. ABHISHEK MISHRA
You are welcomed at Shri Shankaracharya Institute of Medical Sciences,
managed by the reputed Shri Gangajali Education Society, Bhilai,
in the field of education in the underdeveloped region of Chhattisgarh.
It is a matter of proud to be associated with such an education society whose chairman,
hon'ble Shri I.P. Mishra is inspiration for many.
As there is a significant difference between the doctor/population ratio of our country as
compared to that of the developed countries like U.S.A. & many European countries it
has become necessary to increase the number of medical institution for
increasing the number of trained doctors so as to make up the difference
of doctor/population ratio.
We are aware that while comparing our nation's health to that of the developed countries
the self-respect of our nation and glorious national culture must not be overlooked.