Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner

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Sarder Patel Medical College
Type Public (Government medical college)
Established 1959 (1959)
Vice-Chancellor Dr. R. B. Panwar
Principal Dr. R. P. Agrawal
Location , ,
Campus Urban
Nickname SPMC
Affiliations Rajasthan University of Health Sciences

Sarder Patel Medical College is a medical college recognized by the Medical Council Of India located in the city Bikaner of the Indian state Rajasthan.[1]


The college was established in 1959 and was Rajasthan's second medical college. It was inaugurated by the former Prime Minister of India Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and approved by MCI.


Sardar Patel Medical College, Bikaner

The college is fully funded by the government of Rajasthan. The college has 250 seats for MBBS and 63 for the post grad students. and 18 in diploma one seat in DM cardiology

The following hospitals are attached to Sarder Patel Medical College:


There are separate hostels for students, four for undergraduate boys, one for girls, one for interns and two for postgraduate students.


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External links

  • Sardar Official website
  • Sardar Patel Medical College on government of Rajasthan website

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