Armed Forces Medical College Customer Service Phone Number

Phone Number of Armed Forces Medical College is 0206306001 .
Armed Forces Medical College-AFMC portends the future & directs its destiny. The college was formed at Pune on 01 May 1948 by the amalgamation of Army Medical Training Centre, the Army School of Hygiene, the Central Military Pathology Laboratory, the School of Blood Transfusion and Army School of Radiology. The college was initially housed in Eve’s Estate and later shifted to Connaught Barracks, the present location.
Armed Forces Medical College-AFMC when conceived began as postgraduate training and research centre. The first commandant of the institution was Col PP Chowdry. The foundation stone of the main building was laid on 3 April 1953 (erstwhile AMC anniversary day) by Lt Gen DR Thapar, the then Director General, Armed Forces Medical Services, and was completed in August 1956. The role of the college was enlarged when the department of Dental Surgery was added in May 1955.
Armed Forces Medical College-AFMC will provide comprehensive medical and para medical education to the students to ensure a holistic development of theoretical and practical skills with the aim to prepare compassionate human beings, caring and courteous medical professionals, responsible and socially conscious citizens and exemplary leaders for the Armed Forces. Graduate wing was started on 04 Aug 1962, Mr. VK Krishna Menon inaugurated the undergraduate wing. The College of Nursing was added in 1964.
College celebrated its golden jubilee in 1998 with pride. The Golden Jubilee block housing eighteen departments was inaugurated by Shri George Fernandes, defence minister in 1998.
.It has found a place amongst the best medical colleges in the country and is widely acknowledged to be a premier national institute.
College campus is bounded by Sholapur Road on the North, Prince of Wales Drive to the East, Wanowrie Road to the South and Ferguson Road to the West. This 160-acre campus contains the college buildings, which are a harmonious mixture of the old and new.

Armed Forces Medical College-AFMCbuilding of the college, which faces the Solapur Road, was started in March 1952 and completed in August 1956. The building has a strong architectural form with a sense of timelessness about it. The building was inaugurated by Shri VK Krishna Menon, Defence Minister, Government of India, who was very impressed with the building and the facilities. Coincidentally, the contractor of the building Dr Duggal was a medical professional. This building never ceases to inspire the postgraduates and undergraduates. The main building has an auditorium named Bhardwaja, which is a hub of academic activity.


The Dean’s office and the undergraduate wing are located in old building dating back to 1876.Its libraries are the nerve centers of learning and serve as reference centre for more than one thousand students and two hundred faculty members. College Library serves more than 1500 students and faculty members of AFMC and other medical establishment in the Pune complex. The Library has over 15,000 books and 20,000 bound journals (Lancet 1865 onwards and BMJ 1893 onwards). 275 journals have been subscribed during the current year. Medline, an indexing and abstracting service covering over 3000 international journals, is also available on CD-ROM .The books and journals in the library have been indexed on the slim software and libra software for easy retrieval. BSNL, Pune leased line for Internet connectivity has been installed for Internet connectivity. Library is also providing Library reprints to all over the country through Indian National Scientific Documentation Center (INSDOC).Graduate Wing Library. The graduate wing has its own library with a large seating capacity and remains open till 0010h in the night. Over a thousand books and journals for the graduates are available and used extensively. A new lecture hall complex consisting of 3 lecture halls named Charaka, Sushruta and Atreya which were added in Dec 1986. A second auditorium in Armed Forces Medical College-AFMC named Dhanvantari was built in Dec 1987, which coincided with silver jubilee of the Graduate Wing. This auditorium is one of the largest in Pune with seating capacity of twelve hundred people.
College to the emergence of new disciplines, increasing staff and enlargement of spectrum of academic activities a new building housing 18 technical departments was planned. This new building, called the Golden Jubilee Block was inaugurated by Shri George Fernandes, Defence Minister, Govt. of India on 02 May 1998.On 01 May 1998 four new hostel blocks for boys with 272 rooms were added. 450 single Other Rank accommodations was added on 09 Jan 2001 and 53 Other Rank married accommodation was added in July 2001.
Armed Forces Medical College-AFMC when conceived began as postgraduate training and research centre. The first commandant of the institution was Col PP Chowdry. The foundation stone of the main building was laid on 3 April 1953 (erstwhile AMC anniversary day) by Lt Gen DR Thapar, the then Director General, Armed Forces Medical Services, and was completed in August 1956. The role of the college was enlarged when the department of Dental Surgery was added in May 1955.
College will provide comprehensive medical and para medical education to the students to ensure a holistic development of theoretical and practical skills with the aim to prepare compassionate human beings, caring and courteous medical professionals, responsible and socially conscious citizens and exemplary leaders for the Armed Forces.
College graduate wing was started on 04 Aug 1962; Mr. VK Krishna Menon inaugurated the undergraduate wing. The College of Nursing was added in 1964.
College celebrated its golden jubilee in 1998 with pride. The Golden Jubilee block housing eighteen departments was inaugurated by Shri George Fernandez, defence minister in 1998. Armed Forces Medical College-AFMC has found a place amongst the best medical colleges in the country and is widely acknowledged to be a premier national institute.
College campus is bounded by Sholapur Road on the North, Prince of Wales Drive to the East, Wanowrie Road to the South and Ferguson Road to the West. This 160-acre campus contains the college buildings, which are a harmonious mixture of the old and new. Armed Forces Medical College-AFMC building of the college, which faces the Sholapur Road, was started in March 1952 and completed in August 1956. The building has a strong architectural form with a sense of timelessness about it. The building was inaugurated by Shri VK Krishna Menon, Defence Minister, Government of India, who was very impressed with the building and the facilities. Coincidentally, the contractor of the building Dr Duggal was a medical professional. This building never ceases to inspire the postgraduates and undergraduates. The main building has an auditorium named Bhardwaj, which is a hub of academic activity. The Dean’s office and the undergraduate wing are located in old building dating back to 1876.
College libraries of AFMC are the nerve centers of learning and serve as reference centre for more than one thousand students and two hundred faculty members. Armed Forces Medical College-AFMC Library serves more than 1500 students and faculty members of AFMC and other medical establishment in the Pune complex. The Library has over 15,000 books and 20,000 bound journals (Lancet 1865 onwards and BMJ 1893 onwards). 275 journals have been subscribed during the current year. Medline, an indexing and abstracting service covering over 3000 international journals, is also available on CD-ROM .The books and journals in the library have been indexed on the slim software and Libra software for easy retrieval. BSNL, Pune leased line for Internet connectivity has been installed for Internet connectivity. Library is also providing Library reprints to all over the country through Indian National Scientific Documentation Center (INSDOC).Graduate Wing Library. The graduate wing has its own library with a large seating capacity and remains open till 0010h in the night. Over a thousand books and journals for the graduates are available and used extensively.A new lecture hall complex consisting of 3 lecture halls named Charaka, Sushruta and Atreya which were added in Dec 1986. A second auditorium named Dhanvantari was built in Dec 1987 in college, which coincided with silver jubilee of the Graduate Wing. This auditorium is one of the largest in Pune with seating capacity of twelve hundred people.
Armed Forces Medical College-AFMC to the emergence of new disciplines, increasing staff and enlargement of spectrum of academic activities a new building housing 18 technical departments was planned. This new building, called the Golden Jubilee Block was inaugurated by Shri George Fernandez, Defence Minister, and Govt. of India on 02 May 1998.On 01 May 1998 four new hostel blocks for boys with 272 rooms were added. 450 single Other Rank accommodations were added on 09 Jan 2001 and 53 Other Rank married accommodation was added in July 2001.
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