Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (Deemed to be University), Karad (KIMS)

The Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences is a deemed-to-be university located in Karad, Maharashtra, India (KIMS). It was established in 1984, and in 2005 it was designated as an official university. The institution is accredited by both the Medical Council of India and the University Grants Commission (UGC) (MCI).

In a range of medical science fields, including medicine, dentistry, nursing, physiotherapy, and paramedical sciences, the university offers undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees. The university also has a hospital that provides medical care to the community and serves as a teaching space for medical students.

The school is highly known for providing top-notch education and healthcare, as well as for its contemporary facilities and state-of-the-art equipment.

Eligibility: Bachelor of Surgery and Bachelor of Medicine (M.B.B.S.)

Annual Intake – 250

  • In addition to passing each of the four courses independently, a candidate must obtain at least a 50% total score in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English on the qualifying exam
  • For applicants who belong to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, or Other Backward Classes, the total marks in physics, chemistry, and biology must be at least 40%.
  • A NEET appearance is required for enrollment in the first year of the MBBS program at the University of All India.
  • An applicant needs to be NEET qualified.
  • To be eligible, students who are foreign nationals, non-resident Indians, or persons of Indian ancestry must fulfil the NEET qualifying requirements.
    Admission requirements for postgraduate programmes
  • After completing the Final M.B.B.S. Examination and obtaining State Medical Council registration, a candidate will be eligible for registration for a postgraduate degree provided he has satisfactorily completed a one-year rotating internship.”
  • No person is permitted to enroll in a postgraduate degree program unless they are capable of attending classes full-time and residing on campus for the necessary amount of time.
  • The candidate should be selected in conformity with the existing norms and regulations of the Medical Council of India.
  • Academic merit as determined by the NEET will be used to determine admission to degree and diploma programs; however, the minimum percentile needed to be admitted to postgraduate programs will be the 50th percentile or whatever is set by the Government of India at the entry.
  • The usual course of study for the postgraduate degree will span three years for the degree and two years for the diploma after completing a one-year rotating internship.
  • The study period will be shortened by one year if the student has completed a recognized two-year postgraduate diploma program in the same discipline.
  • Without a recognised MBBS degree or an equivalent qualification and permanent registration with the Medical Council of India or one of the State Medical Councils, which must be obtained within one month of the candidate’s admission date, the candidate’s admission will be cancelled.


  • M.D. Anatomy: Annual Intake – 03
  • M.D. Physiology: Annual Intake – 01
  • M.D. Pathology: Annual Intake – 08
  • M.D. Microbiology: Annual Intake – 1
  • M.D. Microbiology: Annual Intake – 1
  • M.D. Pharmacology: Annual Intake – 04
  • M.D. Community Medicine (PSM): Annual Intake – 2
  • M.D. General Medicine: Annual Intake – 16
  • M.D. Pediatrics: Annual Intake – 8
  • M.S. General Surgery: Annual Intake – 21
  • M.D. Radio Diagnosis: Annual Intake – 9
  • M.S. Ob/Gyn.: Annual Intake – 9
  • M.D. Anesthesia: Annual Intake – 10
  • M.S. Orthopedics: Annual Intake – 12
  • M.S. E.N.T.: Annual Intake – 2
  • M.S. Ophthalmology: Annual Intake – 6
  • M.D. Dermatology: Annual Intake – 03
  • MD Psychiatry: Annual Intake – 2

Clinical Departments
General Medicine, General Surgery, Renal transplant, Keratoplasty, Anesthesiology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Total Hip Replacement, Total Knee Replacement, Orthoscopy, Medical Imaging Services, Radiotherapy, Medical oncology, ENT, Ophthalmology, Psychiatry, Pulmonology, Dermatology, Endoscopy, Laparoscopy

Super Specialty Services
Neurosurgery, Neurology, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Genito-Urinary Surgery, Surgical Oncology, Nephrology, Cardiology, Cardio Vascular and Thoracic Surgery, Radiotherapy, Medical Oncology, 1125 bed super specialty hospital, 100 super specialty beds, 8 ICUs with 112 beds, Emergency services with 30 beds and 6 ICU beds, 20 NICU beds, 40 private rooms, 20 Deluxe Rooms, 14 Super Deluxe Rooms, Suites, 2 Master Suites, 13 ultra-modern operation theatres, 4 minor operation theatres, Central Clinical Laboratory, Imaging Services with CT, MRI, Digital – X-Ray and imaging intensifier, Mammography, Sonography and Color Doppler services, EEG, EMG, and Bera, Eye Bank with Keratoplasty, Central Research Lab, Clinical and Demo rooms, Psychology counselors and Medical Social Workers, Clinical Psychology, Child Psychology, Speech Therapy, Psycho-therapy, Physiotherapy, Prosthetics and Orthotics, Blood bank, Components facility, Plasmapheresis unit, 24 * 7 Pharmacy, Computerized Medical Records, Department Offices, and Library.

UG Fee

Annual Fees for CandidatesGeneral QuotaNRI Quota
Consolidated Amount to be paid at the time of AdmissionRs. 22,50,000/-(Tuition Fees shall increase by 7% every year)$ 50000
Eligibility fees (One time)Rs 1,00,000/-Rs 1,00,000/-
Caution Deposit (Refundable)Rs 50,000/-Rs 50,000/-


Hostel Fee
The Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences Karad Hostel Fees Structure in Indian Currency is covered in full in this section.

ParticularFee (in INR)
Annual Hostel DuesHostel Fees – Rs 70,000/-
Hostel Deposit (Refundable) – 25,000/-


PG Fees
Below is the fee schedule for the postgraduate programs offered by Karad Medical College.

CourseFees for General Category (85% of total seats)
AnatomyRs. 2,00,000/-
PhysiologyRs. 2,00,000/-
BiochemistryRs. 2,00,000/-
MicrobiologyRs. 2,00,000/-
PharmacologyRs. 2,00,000/-
PSMRs. 4,00,000/
PathologyRs. 14,00,000/-
AnesthesiaRs. 17,00,000/-
ENTRs. 17,00,000/
Obs./GYNRs. 24,00,000/-
PediatricsRs. 24,00,000/-
MedicineRs. 24,00,000/-
RadiodiagnosisRs. 24,00,000/-
DermatologyRs. 24,00,000/-
OphthalmologyRs. 24,00,000/
General SurgeryRs. 24,00,000/-
DARs. 12,00,000/-
DGORs. 19,00,000/
DMRDRs. 22,00,000/-
D’OrthoRs. 22,00,000/-
DCHRs. 19,00,000/-