From Dean cum Principal's desk

From the Principal's desk Dr. Pratap Kumar Rath
(MS(Gen. Surgery),MCH(Neurosurgery))

The Government\'s decision to establish a Medical College at the city of Balasore is really a praise-worthy step towards the interest of the mass. This will certainly solve the health issues that the public are facing in..

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From Superintendent's desk

From the Superintendent's desk Dr. Sudhir Kumar Ghosh
(M.D.(Microbiology))

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Front view of the College

Front view of the College

Front view of the Hospital

Front view of the Hospital

Welcome to
Govt. Medical College, Balasore

Balasore District also known as Baleswar District or Baleshwar District, is an administrative district of Odisha state in eastern India. Balasore is one of the coastal Districts of Odisha. It lies on the northernmost part of the state. It was a part of the ancient Kalinga which later became a territory of Toshal or Utkal, till the death of Mukunda Dev. Balasore as a separate District was created in October 1828. originally it was in Bengal presidency.

Balasore District covers an area of 3,634 km2 (1,403 sq mi) having total population of 23,17,419 as per 2011 census. The District is surrounded by Paschim Medinipur district of West Bengal in its northern side, Bay of Bengal in its east, Bhadrak district in its south and Mayurbhanj and Kendujhar Districts lies on its western side. The District is located at 20.48 to 21.59 North Latitude and 86.16 to 87.29 east Longitude.

It is now a launch station for missiles and sounding rockets on the east coast of India in Odisha state at 21°18′ N and 86°36′ E. Balasore has been in use since 1989, but unlike Sriharikota, it is not used for launching satellites. The rocket launching site at Balasore is situated in a place called Chandipur located on the…

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