Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences
Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences is a medical college in the Indian state of Karnataka, affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Jayanagar, Bangalore.
Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences was set up in 1980 by the Vokkaligara Sangha. The Vokkaligara Sangha took a formal choice on 2.9.1979 to begin a therapeutic school from the year 1980– 81 and connected for authorization to the enlistment center, Bangalore University.
On 30 November 1980 the Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri. R Gundu Rao established the framework stone of the Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital in the premises of the Sangha and reported the give of empty land in Banashankari to be utilized for the development of school building and inns. From there on, the Sangha delegated Dr M Basavaraju, teacher of Physiology as the essential on 1 January 1981 and other staff by March 1981 and classes were begun consistently from 16 March 1981. From that point forward 16 March is watched each year as KIMS Day.
The Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Institute was held in 2006. A school working to stamp the century festivities of the Vokkaligara Sangha and the Silver Jubilee of KIMS has been worked at the Banashankari Campus.
The college has two campuses. The hospital and clinical departments are on the VV Puram campus while the pre-clinical and para-clinical departments are on the Banashankari campus. Transport between the campuses is provided.
There are two hostels, one for each sex, on the Banashankari campus.
The school has a completely furnished wellbeing club with a 10 station multi-exercise center, two treadmills and steppers and a prepared teacher. Indoor diversions like chess, carrom and table tennis are accessible.
The school has two intercollegiate sports fests. They are the Kutgal Cup (cricket) and Dinamani Cup (football).
The school day, Atharva enables the understudies to show their ability in exercises, for example, music, move, distraught advertisement, and so forth.
The intercollegiate test rivalry, Uttunga, is led by the school.