Father Muller Medical College Facilities:
The school has an efficient library, under the supervision of qualified curator and adequate staff. Ebooks and e-diaries are accessible at HELINET consortium of Digital Library at Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka. All Homeopathic diaries distributed in India and England are bought in. Bound volumes of the back releases of a large number of these diaries are accessible. Furthermore, there are separate libraries in every one of the divisions.
A little library with basic course books is made accessible in the school inns for the advantage of the detainees. In the P.G Block a different library and also examine room are made accessible with fundamental reference materials.
Set in peaceful and pleasant environment, the inns give a suitable climate to the understudies to consider and develop as people. Settlement and chaos offices are given at sensible rates. Satisfactory outside and indoor games offices are accessible for the entertainment of the understudies.
Inns additionally have a Prayer corridor, Library, Reading room, Gymnasium, Visitors room and a T.V. Space for the detainees. The prisoners are cared for with affection and care instilling great esteems making the lodgings truely “Home Away From Home”
Homeopathic Medicines are set up from different sources like, Plant kingdom, Animal kingdom, Minerals and so on. Our Botanical Garden contains more than 300 assortments of therapeutic plants which an understudy can without much of a stretch distinguish and update his insight into drug store.
It is one of the wealthiest wellsprings of an examination material for an understudy, rather than distinguishing a restorative plant by picture; he can specifically observe and feel it so his insight into the therapeutic source will make strides.
Dr Arun D Jadhav investigated the school premises as a piece of yearly assessment coordinated by Central Council of Homeopathy on 18.10.14
The National appraisal and Accreditation Council (NAAC) Peer group went to father Muller Homeopathic medicinal College from 25th to 27th of September 2014. The Chairperson of the associate group was Dr G N V Brahmam, Former Deputy Director and Scientist, National Institute of nourishment, ICMR. The part organizer was Prof. Dr Bibhu Prasad Panda, Principal and Hospital Superintendent, Rajkot homeopathic Medical College, Gujarat and individual from the companion group, Prof. Dr Farooq F Motiwala, Principal, Motiwala Homeopathic medicinal College, Nashik. NAAC is a self-governing body set up by UGC to uphold the nature of Higher instruction in India. On 27th the Chairperson Dr G N V Brahmam, gave over the NAAC answer to the Principal amid the Exit Meet held at 12.30 PM.
Dr S.P Singh, Dr T.K Chaktravorty and Dr Pawan Kumar Sharma coordinated by CCH went by and reviewed the school as a piece of yearly examination on 28.01.14.
A group of Doctors, Dr Arvind Kote and Dr Ajay Singh Parihar from CCH went to our school and healing facility on 27.11.2013 as a piece of CCH examination for upgrade of seats.
Dr A.K. Seth, Dr. B.N. Singh and Dr Bharat Patel went by the school and the Hospital coordinated by the focal committee of Homeopathy to assess the sufficiencies and deficiencies giving unique consideration towards Regulations 3(7) of Homeopathic Central Council (Minimum Standard Requirements of Homeopathic Colleges and Attached Hospitals) Regulations, 2013 and Regulations 9 of Homeopathy (Post Graduate Degree Courses) M.D. (Hom) Regulations, 1989 revised upto 2012 on 17.05.13, Friday.
The AYUSH group including Prof. Dr A.L Patil, Principal, Govt. Homeopathic Medical College, Bangalore and Prof. Dr V. Guruprasad, GHMC Bangalore examined the school and healing center and have given their positive impressions.
BRNS Scientists Dr G.D Jindal, Ex Principal Collaborator and Mr Rajesh Kumar Jain, Principal Collaborator went by Our Campus to Review Research Project on 26th February 2013
The CCH Inspection was booked on 05.01.12 and 06.01.12. The group included Dr Jose Isac, Chairman and different individuals being Dr V S Parashar and Dr Gautham Pal.
The LIC Inspection was hung on 19.04.12 The examiners were Dr M R Srivastan, as executive and the others were Dr Raja Pure, Dr S M D’ Souza.