BHOJIA DENTAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL
This institution is situated in the foothills of Kasauli range on a sprawling campus spreading over more than 8 acres of land at village Budh (Near Baddi), a biggest Industrial Town of Himachal Pradesh having more than 1000 big / small industries on Chandigarh-Nalagarh (National Highway 21-A) connecting at Pinjore with nearest Railway Station at Kalka. The institution is functioning in the beautifully designed and spacious buildings.
AFFILIATION & RECOGNITION
College is affiliated to prestigious Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla and BDS course is recognized by the Govt. of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Department of Health vide Notification No. F.No.V.12017/15/98/PMS dated 21st July, 2004.
College Block consists of lecture theatres equipped with audio-visual learning aids. Hands-on experience is provided to the students with thorough professionals in the various Teaching Departments, Laboratories as well as in the clinics of Dental Hospital. The institute is divided into well organized and high tech departments:
It is an integral part of the Dental College for clinical training of students. Every type of Dental treatment like major surgeries, dentures, all ceramic crowns, Implants supported crown and dentures, gum treatment, restorative treatment, OPG, Orthodontics treatments, etc is done in the hospital. The dental checkup camps are also held in the hospital campus. Patients get the benefit of free consultation, x-ray, etc. during the routine camps. Dental Hospital OPD is empanelled with ESI and H.P. State Govt. Patients get their dental treatment done in the hospital, which can be reimbursed from the ESI or HP State Govt. As a result of generous OPD in Dental Hospital Under Graduate and Post Graduate students are exposed to more clinical work experience and also resulting in patient’s welfare.
The hospital section has a full-fledged community service department with fully equipped Mobile Van having dental equipment attached to it. The college periodically organizes camps at villages and schools covering remote areas as a regular feature.