Celebration Of 75th Republic Day

Republic Day marks the adoption of India's constitution and the country's transition to a republic on January 26, 1950. Every year, the celebrations marking the day feature spectacular military and cultural pageantry . Dr BR Ambedkar, the chief architect of the Indian Constitution, had said, “Constitution is not a mere lawyers document, it is a vehicle of life and its spirit is always the spirit of Age”. To commemorate the adoption of this constitution of our country' in 1950, we celebrate India's 75th Republic Day, the highlight of which are the tableaus that show India's rich tradition, cultural heritage, spectacles of the nation's progress and achievements and also air shows by the Indian Army, Indian Navy and Indian Air Force.

Under the leadership of our honorable MD Sir Dr. Suraj Kushwaha, we the members of RAMA MEDICAL COLLEGE,HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTRE  family also organised 75th Republic day celebration within college campus. The whole event was supervised by our Principal Director  Aprajita ma’am (with  her team). Additional help was renendered by HR Head Mr. Vikrant Sir & sh Manikant ji  (HR Executive).

Flag hoisting ceremony was done  on a specially decorated podium in front of our  college building.

 Our MS Sir Dr(prof) CS Ahluwalia, principal sir Dr(Prof) Anshu Sharma , Mr. Vikrant Sir& HR Team, all faculty members, all non teaching members,wardens of the hostels  and students  participated  in this function.

 The  tricolor was hoisted by our respected MS Sir &  Principal sir, followed by recitation of NATIONAL ANTHEM by students.Speech was given by MS Sir &  Principal sir respectively emphasizing the importance of Republic day,  patriotism and last but not least the role of budding doctors  in shaping New India.The cultural programme began with A  patriotic group dance followed by poem recitation . The last  performance was a very patriotic group song. The participants of cultural programme were students of our college particularly from batch 2023 & 2022.A vote of thanks given  by Dr Agatha ended the function.last of all, a tasty  refreshment was served to every one. The whole event was captured in photos and videos .

Rama Medical College Excels in 36th Pediatric IAP UG Quiz Divisional Round

Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur, takes immense pride in celebrating the remarkable victory achieved by Amandeep and Deepika from the 2019 batch. Their exceptional performance in the 36th Pediatric IAP UG quiz, a venerable platform for showcasing medical acumen, has brought laurels to our institution. The competition saw the participation of five accomplished teams from various esteemed institutions, convened at the distinguished SN Medical College in Agra.

Within this fiercely contested arena, Rama Medical College & Research Centre, Hapur, etched its name as a leading contender, securing a coveted spot in the upcoming Zonal round. The synergy of teamwork displayed by Amandeep and Deepika, coupled with their exemplary medical proficiency, truly set them apart. The second position was secured by AIIMS Raebareli, a testament to their rigorous preparation, while SN Medical College secured the third position, further attesting to the competitive nature of the event.

This resounding victory stands as a testament to the exceptional achievements of Amandeep and Deepika. Furthermore, it serves as a testament to the dedication and concerted efforts of the entire Rama Medical College team. As the excitement builds for the approaching Zonal round, we anticipate an even more dazzling performance from our champions, confident that they are poised to shine on a grander stage.

The Pediatric IAP UG quiz not only fosters a healthy spirit of competition among budding medical professionals, but also provides a distinctive platform for them to showcase their prowess in the field of pediatrics. As these aspiring medical minds continue to ascend, their achievements not only inspire their contemporaries but also reaffirm the promising landscape of medical care in India.

At Rama Medical College Hospital & Research Centre, we remain committed to nurturing such exceptional talents and providing them with a platform to thrive. This victory is a testament to our institution's unwavering dedication to academic excellence and comprehensive medical education.

Celebration of independence day on 15.8.23 at Rama medical college campus

The Independence Day of India, which is celebrated religiously throughout the Country on the 15th of August every year, holds tremendous ground in the list of national days, since it reminds every Indian about the dawn of a new beginning, the beginning of an era of deliverance from the clutches of British colonialism of more than 200 years. It was on 15th August 1947 that India was declared independent from British colonialism, and the reins of control were handed over to the leaders of the Country. India's gaining of independence was a tryst with destiny, as the struggle for freedom was a long and tiresome one, witnessing the sacrifices of many freedom fighters, who laid down their lives on the line.

India celebrated its 77th Independence Day on August 15. In 2023, India marked 76 years of freedom from British colonial rule - a significant milestone for the country. Independence Day is celebrated with pomp across the nation and Indians around the globe. It is a reminder of the struggles that won us our liberation from the British Raj after nearly two centuries, the sacrifices made by the leaders, the freedom fighters who laid their lives to win Independence, and more. As we near the date, here's all you need to know about this year's theme, history, significance, and celebrations

The  tricolor was hoisted by our respected Medical Suprentendent Dr CS Ahluwalia. Students of MBBS batch(2022-2023)  performed a parade. They also performed cultural programmes   INCLUDING DANCE PERFORMANCE AND SINGING OF PATRIOTIC SONG with great fervour.The MS Sir and the Principal Sir addressed the gathering, emphasizing the importance of Republic day ,patriotism and last but not least the role of budding doctoters in shaping New India.

last of all, a tasty  breakfast was served to every one.

Empowering Maternal and Infant Health: A Resounding Success of Breastfeeding Awareness Week

The Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, in collaboration with the Department of Paediatrics, successfully orchestrated a week-long Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign, spanning from August 1st to August 7th, 2023. This initiative aimed to disseminate crucial information about the advantages of breastfeeding to medical and paramedical personnel, as well as to both outpatient and inpatient individuals.

Throughout the week, an array of innovative and captivating methods were employed to educate and engage participants. Kicking off the event, a compelling poster competition was held, drawing enthusiastic participation from students across various years, including 2019 and 2021 cohorts. These students demonstrated commendable zeal and were duly recognized and rewarded for their commendable efforts.

On a subsequent day, an impactful street play, or "Nukkad Natak," was orchestrated by dedicated interns from both the Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatrics departments. This creative endeavour took place across several strategic locations such as the OPD block and the gynaecology and paediatrics wards. The street play artfully spotlighted the manifold benefits associated with breastfeeding, effectively engaging and informing the audience.

Culminating the event on a high note, the final day featured enlightening talks delivered by our esteemed postgraduates. These presentations meticulously underscored the significance of breastfeeding from the dual perspectives of maternal well-being and infant health.

This Breastfeeding Awareness Week not only underscored the pivotal role of breastfeeding in maternal and infant health but also showcased our institution's commitment to comprehensive healthcare education. Through an amalgamation of interactive competitions, captivating street performances, and insightful talks, participants were equipped with invaluable knowledge that will undoubtedly contribute to the enhancement of maternal and infant welfare.

For more information on our comprehensive healthcare initiatives and educational endeavours, please explore our website.

Inaugral Ceremony of Annual Sports Meet 2023

Today, the sports meet started at Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Center, which will be played from 20 February 2023 to 25 February 2023, in which all the students of the college gave their presence. The function was started by "lighting the lamp" by our Managing Director, Mr. Suraj Kushwaha and other dignitaries. Also, all the honourable guests and students expressed their gratitude through Saraswati Vandana and took blessings from Maa Sharda.

After this, the group of devotees who had come from the ISKCON temple engaged themselves in the devotion of Shri Krishna, and all chanted. The melodious echoes of Hare Rama Hare Krishna were manifesting all around. At the same time, he also advised on the difficulties of life and how to maintain balance with them.

All the boys and girls participating in the game started the parade, seeing which the applause of the audience echoed. Everyone enjoyed the parade and appreciated the event a lot. After this, the program of Zumba dance started, seeing which everyone got mesmerized. In the end, the sports teacher gave a speech to boost the morale of all the boys and girls and encouraged them towards sports. In this way, the annual sports meet started, in which all the students will give their contributions and show their talent throughout the week.


CME/ Workshop on “GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE” was organized by Rama Medical College Hospital & Research Center, Hapur on 19th September, 2022.

The speaker and moderator Dr. Harmeet Singh Rehan , Director Professor & Head of Pharmacology came from Lady Harding Medical College.  After Lamp lightening, Dr. Renuka Sinha, Director Principal inaugurated the meeting  and an Introductory Lecture given by Principal Dr Ajit Sinha.

Dr. Harmeet Singh Rehan give detailed lecture on Good Clinical Practice and explain its application & significance in Clinical Management. It was a very exhausted and informative talks. Finally it was concluded with the Vote of Thanks.

Celebrated 75th Independence Day in Rama Medical College, Hapur

India celebrated its 75th Independence Day as ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotshav’ to commemorate its freedom. 15th August 2022 was a day of immense pride and joy for all Indians. On this day, we Indians celebrate our heroes and freedom fighters that sacrificed their lives for the nation, to bring us freedom, peace, and joy. Rama Medical College & hospital, Hapur celebrated the 76th Independence Day with great pride and enthusiasm.

Like every year Rama Medical College & hospital, Hapur celebrated Independence Day with great joy and pomp. The sense of happiness and pride could be clearly seen on the faces of all the people as India was celebrating its 76th Independence Day.

The program started with the flag hoisting by Dr Nitin Kumar Pathak (Vice Principal) which was followed by the National anthem and distribution of sweets.


73rd Republic Day was celebrated on 26/01/2022 at our Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur (U.P). Dr.Nitin Kumar Pathak, Vice Principal hoisted the National Flag.

Med-Quiz 2021

Med-Quiz 2021 was organized by the Literary Committee on the 16th November 2021. Four teams were formed after students of 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020 went through a vigorous selection round.There were interesting and mind boggling rounds on Clinical, Matching, Visual cues, HOTS (Higher Order Thinking Skills) which ended with the most challenging Rapid Fire round. After these brain teasing rounds, Team A won the First Prize, Team C the Second Prize and Team B won the Third Prize. Certificates were distributed to Prize winners & the participants by Dr Vanita Gupta, Principal.


Seminar on “The National Eye Donation” was organized by Department of Ophthalmology Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur (U.P) on 04/09/2021. Dr Anshu Sharma, Professor and Head of the department explained about the aims and objective of the National Eye Donation. It was attended by faculty and students. The seminar was well appreciated as it was very informative.

The National Eye Donation Fortnight is observed every year from 25th August to 8th September. It is a campaign which aims to create mass public awareness about the importance of eye donation and to motivate people to pledge their eyes for donation after death.


Curriculum Implementation Support Programme (CISP)-II certificates were distributed on 17th August 2021 to the Faculty who attended the Online CISP-II workshop from 15th to 16th September 2020 by Dr Renuka Sinha, Director Principal.


75th Independence Day was celebrated on 15/08/2021at our Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur (U.P). Dr.Nitin Kumar Pathak, Vice Principal hoisted the National Flag.


On 09/08/2021, Our Director Principal, Principal, Medical Superintendent and Vice Principal presented certificates of appreciation to the students who participated in the Slogan Writing, Nukkad Natak and Poster Making competition on the eve of World Breastfeeding Week (1st week of August).It was a grand success.


World Breast feeding Week(1-7 August) was celebrated in Rama Medical College & Research Centre, Hapur by the Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Department of Paediatrics on 4th- 5th August' 2021.

The theme for this year was "Protect Breast feeding: A shared Responsibility".

Slogan Writing and Poster Making competition was held for MBBS students and Interns along with a "Nukkad Natak" performed by students of 2017 batch for public awareness in OPD premises on 4th August and in Auditorium for student’s awareness.

The occasions were graced by the presence of Dr Renuka Sinha-Director Principal, Dr Ahluvalia-Medical Superintendent, Dr Vanita Gupta-Principal and Dr Nitin Kumar Pathak-Vice Principal.


Medical Education Unit of RMCH & RC, Hapur conducted a Revised Basic Course Workshop at Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur(U.P) from 27thto 29thJuly 2021 for the Teaching Faculties under the aegis observer ship of Dr. Suparana Dubey, from NMC and under the guidance of Dr.Vanita Gupta, Principal & Chairperson, MEU.

The sessions of the Three days workshop were conducted by:

  • Dr. Mithila Dayanithi, MEU Coordinator & Professor, Community Medicine
  • Dr. Soniya Gupta, MEU Co-Coordinator & Associate Professor, Anatomy
  • Dr. V.K.Chhoker, MEU Member & Professor, FMT
  • Dr. Anshu Sharma, MEU Member & Professor, Ophthalmology
  • Dr. Pragati Divedi, MEU Member & Professor, O & G
  • Dr. Ashok Sagar, MEU Member & Associate Professor, FMT
  • Dr. Anju Goel, MEU Member & Associate Professor, Physiology

Thirty faculty from Pre-Clinical, Para-Clinical, Medicine & Allied and Surgery & Allied took part in the workshop. The participants were made aware of the concepts and strategies of Competency Based Medical Education (CBME) as prescribed by the NMC.


On the occasion of Doctors’ day 1st July 2021, Certificate of Appreciation was awarded to the interns who had actively worked as Corona Warrior during Covid Pandemic.


As per Director of Medical Education and Training, Uttar Pradesh instruction Seminar on Medical Ethics was held on 19/06/2021 at Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre. Dr. Renuka Sinha, (Director Principal), Dr. Bhawna Kohli (Prof., Paediatrics), Dr. Rashid Taj (Asso. Prof., Medicine), Dr. Anil Kumar (Asst. Prof., Community Medicine), (Dr. Arvind Deshwal (Asst. Prof., Anatomy), Dr. Suchi Sharma (SR, Paediatrics) and Dr. Garima (PG Medicine) spoke on Ethical Issues in Covid-19 Vaccination.


World's donor day was celebrated on 14/6/2021. Blood bank department had organized a voluntary" blood donation camp and requested faculty and staff members to participate. Event started at 11am with welcoming of voluntary donor's. Camp was organized by Dr. Amit Saxena (Blood Bank incharge) and donors were felicitated for voluntary donation by Dr. Bharat Singh (MS). Faculty/ Staff/ Students donated blood on the day making the event successful.


Fresher’s social is to welcome the new batch in a friendly atmosphere and boost their confidence. It is on this day when seniors and juniors interact with each other and make a healthy bond.

Fresher’s social – Mutasil was celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm on 23/03/2021 at Rama Medical College and Research Centre, Hapur (U.P). It was organized by 2019 batch under the supervision of college cultural committee and management team.

The event started around 11:00 am with the welcoming of Principal, Medical Superintendent, Vice Principal and other faculty members. This was followed by lamp lighting and Maa Saraswati Vandana. The gathering was addressed by the Principal ma’am, MS Sir, Dr.Puri Sir and Vice Principal Sir. Principal Ma’am Dr.Renuka Sinha, welcomed the new batch and motivated students with her encouraging words. The students of 2019 batch had arranged many activities for freshers’s. To begin with, Simran Kaur, and Tushar of 2019 batch welcomed the dignitaries, jury and the fresher’s. This was followed by introduction by the 2020 batch students. Dressed in orange color attire, the students walked on the stage one by one and introduced themselves with great confidence. A hundred new faces and a million dreams is what this occasion can be best described as.

The event unfolded with a beautiful Bhangra dance presented by students of 2020 Batch, after this, competition for Mr. & Miss Fresher started. It had three rounds: ramp walk, talent round, and question answer round. To start with there were 40 participants of which only 12 were left in the final round. The event was judged by panel of 4 judges from among the faculty. The students show cased their immense talent in the various rounds it was greatly enjoyed by everyone. Arunima Sukhija was declared as Miss fresher and Kuber Goswami was declared as Mr.Fresher. There were other events like belly dancing and sari draping for boys and paper dance for girls these events were hugely applauded and enjoyed. At the end everyone swayed with the rhythm of music. Event ended with vote of thanks and lunch for faculty and students.


Department of Fire Safety conducted “Fire Mock Drill Training programme” on March 11, 2021 at Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur by the Non Teaching staff. During this session the audience were educated about fire and How to extinguish major fire. Demonstration was given to operate fire extinguisher and use of hose pipe with fire hydrant Operation.


Free Mega Health Check-up Camp organised by Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur on 8th March 2021 at Asoda, Hapur. 450+ patients received free health consultation including medicines.


International Women’s Day was celebrated on 8/3/2021. The College Cultural Committee has organized a “Debate Competition” Topic Who has it worse-Men or Women. The event started around 2 pm with the welcoming of our Principal, Medical Superintendent, Vice Principal and other faculty members. The gathering was addressed by the Principal, She talked on Women empowerment and motivated the students do excel in life and become good citizen.

Students of batch 2020-21 participated in the event. It was hosted by Ms.Anshita Arora And Ms.Arunima Sukhija. There were two teams for the debate competition, with 3 speakers each. One team spoke in favor of the topic and second team spoke against the topic. There were good arguments from the both the side. The audience also participated with full enthusiasm. The competition was judged by a panel of four faculty members. The Winners of the competition were 1st prize-Ms.Sumbul Raza, 2nd prize – Mr.Amogh Verma and 3rd prize Ms.Anjali Panghal. The event ended with vote of thanks.


Seminar on Overview of Tuberculosis was held on 03/03/2021 at Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur for Students of MBBS 2020 Batch. It was presented by Dr. Rajender Saini, Associate Professor of Respiratory Medicine. Guest of Honour was Dr. Rajesh Singh, District Tuberculosis Officer (DTO), Hapur. Faculties from other departments also attended the seminar. Seminar was very useful to the participants.


Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur joined the line to receive COVID-19 vaccine to support the government’s initiative in safeguarding the nation's health.

COVID-19 Vaccination session started on 16th Jan 2021at Rama Hospital, Hapur. Our Principal Dr.Renuka Sinha was the first person to get the COVID-19 Vaccination. The second session was on 22nd Jan 2021 and the third session was on 28th Jan 2021 and the fourth session was on 04th Feb 2021 and the fifth session was on 15th Feb 2021 and the sixth session was on 19th Feb 2021. Till date 598 Hospital and Medical College staff who received vaccination.


Free Mega Health Check-up Camp organised by Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur on 22nd January 2021 at Kuchesar, Hapur. 500+ patients received free health consultation including medicines.


"Health is wealth" is a most simple yet most profound ideology of life. We at Rama family believe in equal health facility to all.

Our aim is to achieve successful execution of 350+ medical camps across rural and semi-rural belts and reaching out to 500+ villages with a population of more than 20 Lac+ people. Health check-up is done at the free camps. For minor ailment suitable medicines are dispensed to the patients free of cost. Those needing further treatment are followed up at Hospital premises by affordable investigation and quality medical management.

This initiative was started on 30th December, 2020. So far Rama Medical college Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur has achieved successfully conducted 55+ camps in areas nearby Hapur. This is an ongoing process towards our social responsibilities.


White coat ceremony programme organised on Feb 05, 2021 at Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur for the 2020-21 batch students.


Fire safety training programme conducted on Feb 04, 2021 & Feb 18, 2021 at Rama Medical College Hospital and Research Centre, Hapur by the students, Faculties & Non Teaching staff. During this session the audience were educated about fire, Classification of Fire. They were informed about Fire alarm and sprinkler system, MRI Safety. Demonstration was given to operate fire extinguisher and use of hose pipe with fire hydrant system.


Vasant Panchami Pooja was celebrated on 16/02/2021 by the students and faculties. Lamp lighting and Saraswathi Vandana was followed by the Cultural program presented by the students.


Expression of our students from Rama Medical College, Hapur on their (Community Service Project) Practical visit in the Months of December 2020 & January 2021 at free health check-up camps organised in rural & Semi-rural areas near Hapur.


Community Service Project certificate distribution program was held on 29/01/2021. 84 students from 2016 and 2017 Batches participated in the Medical camps along with senior faculties in the various rural parts of Pilkhuwa. They learned about their local problems, lingo and some patients discussed with them, their family problems also. The students felt important as they were being treated like full-fledged doctors. Their self confidence was enhanced. It was a good learning experience for them.


World Health Day is celebrated on 7th April of every year. This year the theme for World Health Day was “Universal Health Coverage – Everyone, Everywhere”.

So on this occasion a quiz was organized in around 300 medical colleges of India under the aegis of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine.

Rama Medical College also participated in it and the nodal person from the college was Dr. Anjani Kumar Srivastava, Assistant professor, Department of Community Medicine.

The quiz was conducted in two rounds - elimination round (2nd April 2019) and final quiz (8th April 2019) all MBBS students except interns were eligible to participate. Total 66 students participated after final quiz, winning team was decided.

College Updates

A leprosy awareness talk was organized by Rama Medical College Hospital & Research Centre, in collaboration with CHC Dhaulana in Dehra village at the residence of village pradhan - Mr. Inshaad, on 08/02/2019 at 10am. The ANM, ASHA & Anganwadi workers were also the part of the program. Residents of the village were the audience.

From Rama Medical College team of doctors & medico-social workers were present.
The team was led by Dr. Nitin Kumar Pathak ( Asso. Professor , Dept. of Community Medicine), the team included Dr. Mithila Dayanithi (Asso. Professor , Dept. of Community Medicine) Dr. Anjani Kumar Srivastava & Dr. Parul Jain ( Asst. Professor , Dept. of Community Medicine)& other Junior Doctors & Ms. Jaspreet Kaur & Mr. Mohd. Abrar (Medico-social Worker).

From CHC Dhaulana – Dr. S.P Singh & Mr. Nisaar attended the program.
Leprosy related talk was given regarding various myths & Stigma attached to the disease. Information about leprosy – etiology, symptoms & management of the disease was given. Information related to its effect due to non-compliance to drugs & its complications. Information regarding various Government Schemes launched for leprosy patients was also given. In the end all queries of the audience were addressed.