Chhattisgarh paramedical council

DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE

Department of Community Medicine provides conducive learning environment to the students. We give more emphasis on community based student centred learning. Department has team of well experienced teaching staff from various renowned institutions.

The mission of department of Community Medicine is :

To provide community based learning environment to the students.

To develop competent community health professionals.

To provide preventive, promotive and curative health services to the population catered by health centres.

To conduct research on various priority public health problem present in the community.

Other activities:

In addition to the routine academic activities, department is actively involved in various other activities like

Organization of health check up camps in collaboration with clinical department

Conduction of health awareness camps

School health check up

Implementation of national health programme

Organization of family survey and field visits to the institutions of public health importance.

Facilities available:

Research laboratory: Our research lab is well equipped with all necessary public health instruments. Faculties conduct research on current public health issues. Department also motivates UG students to conduct research and publish it.

Departmental library: The department has a fully fledged library with facility for reading. We have wide aspects of titles covering topics like public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, WHO publications and public health journals.

Museum: Departmental museum has wide collection of charts, models and specimens covering nutrition, immunization, occupational health, bio-medical waste, environment communicable diseases and NCDs. etc.

Statistical wing: The department has statistical wing with experienced statistician to carry out data analysis using advanced software like epiinfo, SPSS, SAS etc.

Laboratory: We have well equipped lab to conduct various public health investigations.

Demonstration room: Department has a demonstration room with seating arrangement for 75 students. It is well equipped with modern educational aids like powerpoint projector, computer with internet facility and OHP etc.

Health centres:

Urban Health Training Centre (UHTC) Rural Health Training Centre (RHTC)
Location Dakshin Gangotri, Supela Ravelidih
Population catered 35000 28975
Distance from SSIMS 6 KM 15 KM
Facilities available OPD services ANC/PNC Clinic Under 5 Clinic Speciality clinic Family planning & Counselling Teaching & training facility for UG students & interns Referral services 24 X 7 IPD services OPD services Speciality Clinic ANC/ PNC clinic 24 X 7 normal delivery Family planning & counselling Teaching & training facility for UG students & interns Referral services
S.No. Name of the Faculty Publications
1 Dr. T. T. Meshram
  • 1. Tarachand T Meshram, Kailash I Murarka. Assessment of Prevalence of Hypertension amongst Workers of Silk Industry in Kanchipuram District. International Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Inventions. 2017; 4(5): 2968-2970.
  • 2. Tarachand T Meshram, Kailash I Murarka. Assessment of KAP model on malaria in villagers. International Journal of Medical Science and Clinical Inventions. 2017; 4(5): 2968-2970.
  • 3. Ashish Wasudeo Khobragade, Tarachand Tukaram Meshram. Socio-demographic determinants of malnutrition among school going children in an urban slum area of central India with special reference to nutritional anaemia. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2018; 5(9)
Dr. Ashish Khobragade
  • 1. Ashish Wasudeo Khobragade, Tisa Rose John, K. Rajan. Assessment of knowledge, attitude and practices regarding proper child growth monitoring. Sch. J. App. Med. Sci., 2017; 5(6D):2350-2354.
  • 2. Ashish Wasudeo Khobragade, K. Rajan. Global hunger index of India based on National family health survey-IV with special reference to some states and critical review. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2017; 4(8): 2783-2786.
  • 3. Ashish Wasudeo Khobragade, K. A. Sathiavathy. Field Visits – An effective Teaching–Learning and communication tool to build good doctor patient relationship. International Journal of Applied Research 2017; 7(7):274-275.
  • 4. Ashish W Khobragade, Dilip D Kadam. Morbidity profile and nutritional status of street children in Mumbai: A cross sectional study. International Journal of Scientific Research. 2017; 6(7):627- 628.
  • 5. Ashish W Khobragade, Dilip D Kadam, Ratnendra R Shinde. A study to assess knowledge regarding substance abuse and future aspiration of street children in Mumbai. Sch. J. App. Med. Sci., 2017; 5(7B):2591-2594.
  • 6. Dilip D. Kadam, Ashish W Khobragade, Ratnendra R Shinde. Profile of street children utilizing shelter home services in Mumbai, India. International journal of multidisciplinary research and development. 2016; 3(11):153-156.
  • 7. Ashish Wasudeo Khobragade, Tarachand Tukaram Meshram. Socio-demographic determinants of malnutrition among school going children in an urban slum area of central India with special reference to nutritional anaemia. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2018; 5(9)
Dr. Md. Junaid
  • 1. Epidemiological study of dog bite victims in Anti rabies clinic of a Tertiary care hospital’ published in Research Journal Of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences. RJPBCS,Vol 7,Issue 4,July-August 2016, pg 2125-2129
  • 2. Mohd Junaid, A. R. Deoke. Prevalence of ‘at risk’ under five children in a rural area of central India: a cross sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health. 2018; 5(4):1671-1675.
  • 3. Junaid M, Patil SW. Study profile of patients attending dog bite clinic of a tertiary care hospital of Nagpur. Int J Med Sci and clinical invention. 2018; 5(08) :4027-30.
  • 4. Junaid M, Patil SW. Breastfeeding practices among lactating mothers of a rural area of central India: a cross-sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018; 5(12):5242-45.
Dr. Sachin Patil
  • 1. Sachin W Patil, Lata B Godale, Atul V Wadagale. An epidemiologic study of 302 patients with burn injuries admitted in burn ward at a tertiary care hospital, Latur. International Journal of Recent Trends in Science and Technology. 2016; 17(3):149-153.
  • 2. Parmar DR, Patil SW, Golawar SH. Assessment of Vaccine Wastage in Tertiary care Centre of district Nagpur, Maharashtra Indian J Applied Research. 2016; 6 (3):50-52.
  • 3. Patil SW, Parmar DR. Mortality associated with burn injuries: an observational cross sectional study from Latur, Maharashtra. Natl J community Med. 2016; 7 (2):121-124.
  • 4. Junaid M, Patil SW. Study profile of patients attending dog bite clinic of a tertiary care hospital of Nagpur. Int J Med Sci and clinical invention. 2018; 5(08):4027-30.
  • 5. Junaid M, Patil SW. Breastfeeding practices among lactating mothers of a rural area of central India: a cross-sectional study. Int J Community Med Public Health 2018; 5(12):5242-45.