Government Kilpauk Medical College(GKMC) admission, courses, fees, photos and campus video, review, ranking details.
1960 The Integrated Medicine Course (MBBS DEGREE) was started. The first and second year GCIM students were given the option of joining the MBBS course, while the senior students were offered the D.M&S on completion of the course and bringing them into the Allopathic fold.
1965 The College was recognised as Women Medical College and named as Government Kilpauk Medical College, admitting only women candidates for MBBS degree. Meanwhile, those who have completed GCIM, D.M&S were given the option to undertake condensed MBBS course at the Chengalpattu Medical College to obtain the MBBS degree and come into the fold of Modern Medicine.
1967 The women students agitated to have a co- educational institution and the erstwhile Government of Madras granted permission and both men and women were admitted to MBBS degree from 1967.
1972 Development of the Medical College is set into pace with the Surgical Block coming into being. Later all the different super-specialities came into being between 1972 and 2001 and stands in its glory to-day.
1984 Department of Cardiology was sanctioned with Prof.S.Thanikachalam as its Chief.
1987 Department of Nephrology was sanctioned and commissioned in July 1987 with Prof.C.M.Thiagarajan as its Chief.
1988 Department of Surgical Gastroenterology was sanctioned with Prof.Srikumari Damaodharan as its Chief.