Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal

Bhopal Bypass Road, Bhauri, Bhopal - 462 066, Madhya Pradesh, India


Facilities and Services

Central Library


The mission of the Central Library, IISER Bhopal is to provide access to high quality information resources in all forms to the faculty, students and staff in support of teaching, learning, scholarship and research mission of the Institute. With a commitment to excellence in services, the Library offers information resources and innovative services to support the intellectual inquiry, research and learning needs of academic community at IISER Bhopal.

Out Motto

Achieve the objectives of the Five Laws of Library Science by Serving the Users:

  • Documents are for use
  • Every user his/her document
  • Every document its user
  • Save the time of the user
  • Library is a growing organism


  • To establish and maintain an effective relationship with the students, faculty, researchers and staff of the Institute to ensure an informed and integrated approach to the creation and delivery of information services.
  • To select, collect, create, organize, preserve, manage and provide access to information sources in print, non-print and digital forms, regardless of physical location, to support scholarly pursuit, learning, teaching and research in the Institute.
  • To facilitate and promote access to the fast growing and expanding collection of digital sources of primary and secondary information.
  • To develop and provide quality collections/resources, user facilities and library staff, to maintain an environment conducive to study and research
  • To create and deliver a range of networked information and document delivery services that encourage the study, scholarship and collaborative learning.
  • To manage the information resources effectively and actively to promote the optimum usage.
  • To serve as Learning Resource Centre for knowledge management development in the field of Basic Sciences and related areas.
  • To collaborate with other libraries, networks and consortia to optimize the access to knowledge base.
  • To continually evaluate services and resource provision to ensure relevance and cost effectiveness.

About the library

Central Library, IISER Bhopal plays a vital role in furthering the academic and research mission of IISER Bhopal and facilitates creation and dissemination of knowledge. Library is a special place in the IISER Campus with its rich collection of books and journals in the field of Basic Sciences and related areas, the efficiency and effectiveness of our electronic resources and our professional services. Library stands as a Knowledge Centre that offers access to essential and specialized information resources and services to meet the growing information needs. Our mission is to enhance and enable discovery through the effective utilization of information resources.

Library at IISER Bhopal is rapidly developing its collection of books, reference books, reports, periodicals, and electronic resources. The Text Book Collection in the Library provides vital support for on-going BS-MS Program and PhD program. The books are on various disciplines ranging from Biological sciences, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Earth and Environmental Science, Engineering Sciences, Humanity and Social Science. The collection for Post Graduate programs is also being developed simultaneously.

Library operations are automated using Open Source Library Management Software KOHA. Library currently houses over 10000 books and provide access to more than 8000 e-journals. Our Mission is to enhance and enable discovery through the effective utilization of information resources.

Library Timings

The Library is kept open on all the 365 days in a year except for the following holidays:

26th January (Republic Day), Holi; 15th August (Independence Day); 2nd October (Mahatma Gandhi Birth Day); Dussehra; Diwali and Christmas

Library Hours

Monday - Saturday : 9:00 AM – 1:00 AM
Sundays/Holidays : 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
During Examination : 9:00 AM – 2:00 AM

Circulation Hours (Issue & Return)

Circulation hours are same as library hours due to RFID implementation. Users can make a use of self check-in/check-out system.

Collection and Resources

The Library is having a collection of more than 10000 documents and providing access to over 8000 online full-text and abstracting journals. The collection consists of Books, Conference Proceedings, Reports, CD-ROM databases and Audio-visual materials.

Book Collection

The library uses Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system to classify its documents. DDC groups the Universe of Knowledge into ten broad Subjects: Computer Science, information, and general works, Philosophy & psychology, Religion, Social Science, Language, Sciences, Technology, Art & recreation, Literature, and History & geography. Each subject is assigned a classification number to classify a book. Books are arranged on the racks in the ascending order of classification numbers.

Reserve Collection

Books in this collection are not for Loan. This section houses copies of the textbooks prescribed by faculty on subject covered in various curricula and also the books which are on constant demand and frequently used by the users. They can be lent out for reading in the Reading Room only.

Reference Collection

Reference books consist of Bibliographies, Biographies Dictionaries, Directories, Encyclopaedia, Geographical Reference Tools, Guidebooks, Handbooks, and Yearbooks. They are kept in Reading Room. These books are not to be issued out at any circumstances. Academic calendars/prospectuses/annual reports and newsletters/bulletins of different academic and R&D institutions, industries, publications of government departments and voluntary organizations, periodicals received on gratis are kept under reference collection.

Text Book Collection

Books available in this section can be borrowed by bonafied library users as per borrowing privileges given to them.

Circulation Services

  • Membership registration
  • Checkout, Check-in, Renewal of books
  • Library overdue collection
  • Overdue alert services
  • Issue of no dues / clearance certificate
  • Lost book recovery
  • Inter Library Loan
  • Document Delivery Service

Borrowing Privileges

Only registered members can borrow General and TBL books, except books marked for ‘Reserve’ and ‘Reference’ for stipulated periods as mentioned below.

Borrowers No. of Documents entitled Loan Period
Academic Staff 10 6 months
Non-Academic staff* 5 1 months
Students 5 15 days
Ph.D. Scholars 5 1 month
Post Doctoral Fellow 10 2 month
Visiting Faculty 10 6 months
Adjunct Faculty 10 6 months

* Among the Non-academic staff, certain class of employees get library facilities at the discretion of the Librarian.

o Borrowing privileges may go on changing from time to time.

Renewal of Books

For renewal, a user has to bring books to Circulation Counter. If a borrowed book is not on demand, then a user (except faculty) may renew the book for consecutively two times only. The Library has the right to recall a book at any time if the same is required by another user.

Overdue Charges for Books

An over-due charge of Rs. 2 per day shall be charged against each book/document not returned within the due date.

Replacement of Lost Book

Borrowers are responsible for the documents they borrow. Documents lost, torn or damaged (tearing of pages, underlining, making notes, damaging of binding and the like) shall attract serious action including suspension of membership and/or replacement of documents concern. The lost/damaged document shall be replaced by the borrower with latest edition (HB or PB as the case be) else equivalent amount plus an additional charge of 20% of the price for the documents published abroad and 10% for the documents published in India. If the damaged document belongs to a set, then the user is responsible for the entire set.

No dues/Clearance certificate

No dues / Clearance certificates are issued provided all the outstanding dues in respect of borrowed book(s) and overdue charges, if any, are cleared.

Other rules related to the borrowing of books

  1. Library borrowed books are not transferable and hence should not be lent to others.
  2. Users are liable for the damage and loss of books, if any.
  3. If the damaged book belongs to a set, then the user is responsible for the entire set.
  4. Users should check the physical condition of a book while borrowing the same.
  5. Immediately after the issue of a book, the user is required to take out the same from the library.
  6. While going out of the library, users should ensure that they do not carry book(s) that are duly not issued on their name(s), failing which disciplinary action will be taken against them.
  7. Every user is requested to check the status of book(s) outstanding against his/her name soon after a transaction is over at the counter. Discrepancy, if any, should be brought to the notice of the counter person immediately. Any complaint thereafter is not likely to be entertained.
  8. When there is demand for a borrowed book, the same must be returned to the Library.
  9. Users are responsible for complying with copyright act while photocopying library document.
  10. All outstanding dues in form of overdue charges or lost book must be cleared within the current academic year falling which membership will be treated as delinquency.

Termination of Membership

  1. An outgoing member should return all the documents outstanding against his/her name, along with the overdue charges, if any.
  2. If any member is found misusing/mutilating/stealing/cutting pages from a book, disciplinary action will be initiated against him/her, besides withdrawing the library facility.
  3. Improper use of library facilities by a member will lead to the suspension or termination of his/her membership.

Implementation of RFID Technology in the Library

The Library has implemented the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system. This is one of the best automated library automation system used worldwide and is an effective way of managing collections of the library and providing enhanced services to the users having benefits like: self check-out, self check-in to control theft, to find misplaced reading material, sorting, inventory accuracy, stock verification procedures, security control, people counter, Smart Card issuance, etc. It is an automatic data capture technology that uses tiny microchips and miniature antennas affixed to documents. RFID plays a vital role in redefining the library processes to make everyone’s job easier right from the users to library staff.

Electronic Resources

The Library subscribes to several online databases to provide seamless access to full text articles from journals published by major publishers. These e-resources are unique and are of high quality in nature and content. They are considered best among the academic and research community in the field of basic sciences.

The library is also a member of eSS consortium through which access is provided to many e-journals. Since access is IP based, students can access these e-Resources across the campus network.

List of subscribed e-journals is available at:

Full-Text e-Resources

  • AAAS
  • AACR
  • AAI
  • ACM
  • ACS web edition
  • AGU e-journals
  • AIP e-journals
  • American Ceramic Society
  • AMS e-journals
  • APS e-journals
  • ASCB
  • ASH
  • ASM e-journals
  • ASPB
  • Bentham Science publishers
  • Botanical Society of America
  • CCDC
  • Cell Press
  • Chemical Soc. of Japan
  • Chemical Abstract Services
  • Company of Biologists
  • CUP e-journals
  • Duke University Press
  • Elsevier’s Science Direct Collection
  • European Mathematical Society
  • Faculty1000
  • GSA e-journals
  • Geological Society of London
  • IAPT
  • ICSD Web
  • IEEE Xplore (ASPP+POP)
  • International Press
  • IOP e-journals
  • JoVE
  • JSTOR                       
  • Nature + 34 NPG e-journals
  • Oxford Jnls: Life Sci., Mathematics and Physical Collection
  • Physical Society of Japan
  • RSC Gold e-journals
  • Royal Society of Publishing e-journals
  • Society for Neuroscience
  • Society of Petroleum Engineers
  • Society for Sedimentary Research
  • Springer (S&T) collection
  • Taylor & Francis
  • Thieme
  • Wiley e-journals
  • World Scientific e-journals

Archival collection (e-Resources)

  • ACS Legacy Archive (1879-1995)
  • AGU Archival Collection (Vol.1-1996)
  • Elsevier (Economics, Econometrics and Finance) Archival collection (Vol. 1- 1994)
  • IOP Historic Archive perpetual (1874-2008)
  • IOP Recent Archive perpetual
  • Lecture Notes on Mathematics (1964-1996)
  • Lecture Notes on Physics (1969-1996)
  • Nature Archive
  • Nature Review Genetics Archives (2000-2009)
  • NPG Archival (23 Titles)
  • RSC Journals Archive (1841-2004)
  • Science Classic (through JSTOR)
  • Scientific American-Archive (1845-2011)
  • Springer OJA Biomedical & Life Science
  • Springer OJA Biomedical & Mat. Sc.
  • Springer OJA Mathematics & Stats.
  • Springer OJA Physics & Astronomy
  • Synlett Archives (1989-2010)
  • Synthesis Archives (1969-2010)
  • Oxford Science Digital Perpetual Archival Collection
  • Web of Science (1965-2012)
  • Wiley Archival Collection

Bibliographic/Citation Databases

  • MathSciNet
  • ProjectMuse
  • SciFinder
  • Web of Science

E-Shodh Sindhu Databases

The Library is a member of the e-Shodh Sindhu (eSS) Consortium. eSS membership facilitates the users to access the following online full-text journals:

  • MathSciNet (AMS) Database
  • Nature International
  • Oxford University Press (262 e-jnls)
  • Springer (S&T) collection
  • Web of Science

IISER Bhopal e-resources: Usage policy

  • Electronic resources such as e-journals, e-databases, e-books etc. made available by the Central Library, IISER Bhopal are for academic use.
  • These resources can be searched, browsed and material may be downloaded and printed as single copies of articles as is done in the case of printed library material. Downloading or printing of a complete book or an entire issue or a volume of one or more journals (called systematic downloading) is strictly prohibited.
  • Use of robots, spiders or intelligent agents to access, search and/or systematically download from these resources is also prohibited.
  • Please be aware that systematic downloading will cause the publisher to block to the entire community of users @ IISER Bhopal from accessing these resources.

Services at Central Library, IISER Bhopal

Reference Service

The Reference services are provided to assist the users in locating a book or periodical, providing information on a topic, an event, a person, a date, a place, or a word, and giving instructions regarding the method of using the Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC), and offering research and advisory services to library users, and meeting enquiry about library services.

Document Delivery Service

Central Library arranges to get photocopies of papers from journals, conference proceedings that are not held in its collection from other academic institutions (as IISERs/IITs/IISc/NITs/TIFR etc.) for faculty members/research scholars at IISER Bhopal. To make a request please email at

Inter Library Loan

CCentral Library arranges to borrow documents that are not available in its collection, on Inter Library Loan from other academic institutions (as IISERs/IITs/NITs/IISc/IISERs/TIFR etc.) for academic and research purpose. This is done on an Institution-to-Institution basis. Such materials will have to be handled with utmost care and returned to the Library well on time. Both DDS and ILL services are provided for academic and research purpose to the faculty members and research scholars. Members are requested to send a formal request to the Central Library with complete bibliographic details of documents required. To make a request please email

Web-OPAC (Library Online Catalogue)

The Library’s Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) enables users to search all the bibliographic records available in the Central Library database through a web-based search interface of KOHA Library Management Software. OPAC can be searched by author, title, subject, call number, and ISBN. OPAC also enables library users know their checkout status, issue history and so on. They can also reserve books online, and avail more advanced services. The OPAC also provides information about new arrivals of books etc. in the Library. Web OPAC Kiosk (with touch Screen) is an interactive system which is located near the library entrance. By using this, Users can locate the available of library books.

Web OPAC Link:

Photocopying Services

The Library provides photocopying facility within the premises of the Library through an external vendor on payment basis.

Property counter

Before entering the library none other than pen/notebooks keep with you. Please keep your belongings in the property counter placed near the entrance of the library at your own risk. Do not keep money or any other expensive item in the counter. Library will not be responsible for any lost or damage of your property.

Library Orientation

Library offers the orientation program to the students and others in the beginning of every academic year. Through this program, an effort is made to familiarize every new member with the resources, services, and facilities offered by Library and its policies to use the same. Library will be happy to design and offer training programs to assist users to develop the ability to locate, identify, use, and interpret information effectively. Central Library would like to promote the role of the library as a resource for lifelong learning, through this program.

Institutional Digital Repository (IDR)

Library has designed and developed an IDR to have online archive for collecting, preserving and disseminating digital copies of the intellectual output of IISER Bhopal. An IDR is a means to ensure that the published work of scholars is available to the academic community. IDR provides scholars with a common platform so that everyone in the institution can contribute scholarly material to promote interdisciplinary research.

Web link:


The Library serves primarily the IISER Bhopal community. However, visitors from other academic and research institutions, Government officials, are also welcome to use the collection and services of the Library for a short duration. No borrowing facility is available to visitors. Advance intimation about the visit will be appreciated.

Appeal to the users

  • Keep silence in the Library.
  • Do not hide, mishandle or upset the arrangement of books/journals. Such practices create problems for other readers. It is not easy for the library staff to trace the misplaced books or journals.
  • Please do not replace a book on shelves; we will do it for you. Remember, a misplaced book is equivalent to a lost one. Think how disappointed you will be when you fail to locate a book on the designated place.
  • Do not tear off pages from books or journals. Do not deprive other readers of a benefit you are keen on getting. The copy of the book or journal you are mutilating may be the only copy available in the whole of this region or in the whole country.
  • While entering the library, please keep your personal belongings in the property counter. While checking out, please declare to the checkpoint staff the items that you are carrying.
  • The library is your own property; help us to maintain it well.
  • If you face any difficulty please do not hesitate to contact the library staff.

Library Staff Members

Dr. Snigdha Thakur, Chairman, Library Advisory Committee

Dr. Sandeep Kumar Pathak, Deputy Librarian

Mr. Jai Krishna Jha, Superintendent

Mr. Ajay Shanker Mishra, Library Information Assistant

Mr. Santosh Thakur, Library Information Assistant (Project)

Circulation Desk - 0755 269 2356

Library Office - 0755 269 2306

Acquisition/Technical Processing Section - 0755 269 2309

Journal Section - 0755 269 2308

Library website:


Institutional Digital Repository:

Computer Center (CC)

Computer Centre (CC) of IISER Bhopal provides an institute wide fibre network that connects all the academic, hostels, administrative, and residential buildings to the Computer Centre. Internet access is being provided by 1 Gbps and 620 Mbps dedicated Internet leased circuit through two different Internet service providers.

Internet Access: IISER Bhopal community members can access the Internet with his/her unique LDAP account via wired or wireless connection. IISERB is a fully Wi-Fi enabled campus. Direct Internet Connection: By use of DHCP or Automatic Connection.

Direct Link:

In hostel rooms, students are restricted to use specific IP address for the wired connection. For wireless connectivity, the procedure is given in the below link.

Direct Link:

Email Services: The students need to fill online form for E-mail ID and LDAP login-password during his/her registration process.

Online Library Services: to various databases with downloading facilities from Institute network.

Direct Link:

HPC Facility: High-Performance Computing facility to server the computational need with the peak throughput of 44 TFLOPs.

Direct Link:

SSL-VPN Facility: It allows users to access IISERB computing and library resources through the public Internet.

Direct Link:

CC Lab Facility: There are total of 216 PCs in which 113 PCs have LINUX operating system and 103 PCs have Microsoft Windows 7/10 Professional. The CC lab is used for general computing tasks and advanced computing required for course work or research.

CC Lab Timings

Monday - Friday9:00 AM – 12:00 Midnight
Saturday/Sunday/Holiday9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Service Request Form (SRF): By use of their corresponding LDAP ID, user can post a request through SRF for issues related to the Internet, LDAP Account, E-mail ID etc.

Direct Link:

Bring Your OWN Device and Study Lab: BYOD Lab is available on first floor of CC with high-speed Wi-Fi and Wired network. The users can come with their computing device(s) for study or general use. The study lab is available on the ground floor of CC which can be utilized for reading purpose etc.

For more information, please visit CC website ( -> Facilities -> Computer Centre) or

Institute Email and Internet Usage Policy

IISER Bhopal Community members are expected to use the Internet and network services responsibly and productively. The equipment, services and technology used to access the Internet are the property of the Computer Centre, IISER Bhopal and the Computer Centre reserves the right to monitor Internet traffic and access data that is composed, sent or received through its online connections.  The emails sent via the Institute’s email system should not contain content that is deemed to be offensive. This includes, though is not restricted to, the use of vulgar or harassing language/images. All sites and downloads may be monitored and/or blocked by the Computer Centre, IISER Bhopal. The Computer Centre will reserve the right to any software installation.

Section A - Guidelines for usage of official e-mail account

  • Misuse or abuse of electronic mail facility is punishable under Information Technology Act, Government of India.
  • E-mail services are a privilege, not a right. The official E-mail account provided to a faculty, staff or student is meant for the official purpose only.
  • Users’ responsibility to keep their E-mail account in good standing, not give out passwords, hold responsibility for any activity originating from that account and use the email account in ways that are responsible, ethical, lawful and professional.
  • The users are strictly advised to post only the academic or research related emails or contents to the groups at different levels.
  • The users are strongly advised to use a strong password of at least 8 characters and preferably in the combination of alphabets and numbers. It is mandatory to change the password if you are login into the e-mail system first time or after reset.
  • The login problems or failure of logging into the official e-mail account may be reported to the Computer Centre. The e-mail accounts which are not activated within three months from the date of issue will be deleted permanently without any prior notice.
  • Users who violate the above stated Email usage policy will be subject to disciplinary action. CC may monitor individual users suspected of violating this policy.

Section B - The disciplinary actions likely to be enforced for such violation of any of the above Rules/policies include.

  • Issue of a warning letter/e-mail to the user.
  • Temporary or permanent suspension of users E-mail account for a month or a semester or permanent removal or termination of users E-mail account from the Institute’s domain.
  • Section B - Improper/Offensive use of Internet or related services
  • Sending or posting discriminatory, harassing, or threatening messages or images on the Internet or via the Institute’s email service.
  • Using computers to perform any form of fraud, and/or software, film or music piracy.
  • Stealing, using, or disclosing someone else's password or identity without authorization.
  • Attempting to log in through another person's account or trying to bypass the firewall security/proxy or access rules arranged by the Computer Centre, IISER Bhopal.
  • Attempting to gain access to material that is blocked or filtered by the Computer Centre.
  • Sharing confidential material, trade secrets, or proprietary information outside of the Computer Centre.
  • Downloading, copying or pirating software and electronic files that are copyrighted or without authorization.
  • Hacking into unauthorized websites or execution of denial of services.
  • Engaging in uses that jeopardize access into others’ accounts or other computer networks.
  • Sending or posting information that is defamatory to the Computer Centre.
  • Introducing malicious software onto the Institute’s network and/or jeopardizing the security of the organization's electronic communications systems.
  • Sending or posting chain letters, solicitation, or advertisements not related to the Institute’s activities or policies.
  • Damaging computer equipment, files, data or the Institute’s Internet System in any way, including spreading computer viruses, vandalizing data or software, damaging or disabling others’ electronic property, or engaging in conduct that could interfere or cause a danger of disruption to the Institute’s educational or electronic communications system.
  • The users are strictly advised not to indulge in any unacceptable behaviour or activity in the E- mail environment. The unacceptable behaviour includes, but not limited to, distribution of unsolicited and unauthorized mass e-mail to users, threatening users, infringements of others’ privacy, interference with others' work, copyright infringement and illegal activity.
  • Posting buy/sale deals to the group mailing lists or any content which is not of a common interest of the members of such group mailing lists are not permitted.

All terms and conditions as stated in this policy are applicable to all the users of IISER Bhopal network and Internet connection. Any user violating these policies is subject to disciplinary actions deemed appropriate by the competent authority or the head of the Institution.

Health Center

In-charge: Dr. Krishna Jain, HOD and Institute Medical Health Advisor, Health Centre, IISER Bhopal, Bhauri

A well-equipped Health Center is located in the campus for providing primary health care to IISER Bhopal community. Qualified medical doctors and nursing staff, both male and female, are available round the clock.

Health Centre Complex consists of an observation and dressing room to cater for most of the minor emergencies.

It also has facilities for carrying out Blood sugar estimation, ECG, Nebulizer, and Vaporizer, administration of IV fluids, monitoring and management of most of the common illnesses.

Consultation chamber, three bedded for female & three bedded for male and two bedded for staff.

Facilities: The following facilities are available at Health center:

  1. B.P. Monitoring
  2. Pulse Oxy-meter
  3. Blood Glucose Monitoring
  4. ECG
  5. Oxygen Cylinder
  6. Weighing Machine
  7. Wheel Chair
  8. Suction Machine
  9. Automated external defibrillator (AED)
  10. Sterilizer

Health Centre also arranges for Specialist and Super specialists: medical care to all Employees and students at various hospitals in Bhopal.

Chirayu Medical College & Hospital is approximately 13 Kms from Bhauri campus with all advanced facilities for specialty and super-specialty treatment.

Health Centre refers patients to any of the good hospitals in Bhopal, on need basis, usually accompanied by hostel care taker to make the transit, admission and other medical process. In addition to Chirayu hospital, Bansal hospital and Peoples hospital have been added on the basis of cashless facility as per CGHS rate for the regular employees.

Specialist Cover: Health Center has liaison with various hospitals and Students are covered with medical insurance to take care of medical expenses.

Medical Stores: Medical stores are maintained as per authorized scales.

As per record maintained in Health Centre total number of patient attended is 8809 from 1st July 2017 to 22nd June 2018 including students, faculties and other staffs.

Ambulances: Two Ambulances is stationed at Health Centre 24x7 Hours to transport sick patients to and from the hospital. The ambulance is equipped with oxygen facility, stretcher and first-aid box, The ambulances will be equipped with GPS and Camera soon.

Activities/Camps: Various health awareness camps are being arranged in coordination with other hospitals including Blood Donation Camp, Vaccination camp, Eye check-up.

Heath Centre Staff

Dr. Krishna Jain, Chief Medical Officer
Mobile: +91 942 501 0534,,

Dr. Mahesh Lachhwani,Medical Officer
Mobile: +91 989 362 5090

Dr. Amarjeet Meghnani,Medical Officer Gynaecology (Part Time)
Mobile: +91 888 932 2217

Dr. Prahlad Das Agarwal,Medical Officer (Part Time)
Mobile: +91 940 727 8523,

Dr. Shirish Sharman Jain,Medical Officer (Paediatrician) Part Time
Mobile: +91 982 734 7873

Dr. Nikhil Tripati,Medical Officer (Part Time)
Mobile: +91 992 614 3555

Dr. Monica Shringirishi,Medical Officer (Psychiatrist)
Mobile: +91 958 968 1789,

Dr. Abhijeet Singh Chouhan,Medical Officer (Part Time)
Mobile: +91 999 367 5262

Dr. Ashutosh Shukla,Medical Officer (Homeopathic)
Mobile: +91 992 697 7119

Dr. Ajit Kumar Pillai,Medical Officer (Part Time)
Mobile: +91 900 925 7117

Dr. Vinod Deshmukh,Medical Officer (Ayurvedic)
Mobile: +91 999 337 4999

Dr. Swapnil Jain,Medical Officer (Homeopathic)
Mobile: +91 982 736 9738

Staff Nurses (8 Nos.)

Record Keeper (1 No.)

Medical Attendant (1 No.)

Contact No.: 755 269 2393