Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Research Institute (MGMCRI)

A constituent college of

Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth (SBV), PUDUCHERRY


Extracurricular Activities

The college celebrates Talentia, a spectacular interclass competition comprising of sports and literary events, in addition to several cultural and fine arts activities including music, dance, and drama, once a year. In addition, our students participate regularly at inter-collegiate sports and cultural contests conducted by other frontline medical colleges and Universities. The students within the campus have access to essential sports equipment, indoor and outdoor games, and a well-equipped music room. When the student needs a break from campus life and the stress of medical education, the city of Puducherry offers numerous stress busters. A relaxing walk along the seaside promenade and an exhilarating boat- ride in the backwaters are some of the popular options. Puducherry is home to many a historical temple and pious worship places and these contribute immensely to the spiritual growth of the young professionals that assumes greater relevance in the present day scenario synonymous with stress and internal strife. In addition to the core medical curriculum that they receive from our esteemed faculty, our students also do get exposed to extracurricular activities. MGMCRI firmly believes that the promotion of special talents and participation in extracurricular pursuits are vital components that contribute immensely to overall personality growth and development. In this regard, MGMCRI leaves no stone unturned.



The HeART programme was conducted from the 14th to 19th of October 2019 for the I year batch of MBBS students. The acronym “HeART” stands

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Department of Biochemistry organized a CME cum workshop titled “ABG-A STEP AHEAD” on 24th Sep 2019. A total of 35 delegates from medical colleges in and

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Forensic Causa 3.0

It is an intercollegiate quiz competition held in Thiruvannamalai Govt Medical college on 23rd August 2018. Our UG students 7 in members participated in that

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