Sports Facilities

A healthy mind and body go together to build a healthy life. The physical rigors of the medical profession are not neglected at RMC. A variety of sports and physical enhancement activities are available round-the-clock for the students, allowing them to use these facilities during short breaks or for longer stretches. The indoor sports complex provides equipment and courts for a number of sports including basketball, volleyball, table tennis and badminton with arrangements made at external fields for sports such as cricket and football. A full-fledged state-of-the-art Gymnasium on the fourth floor of the Hostel building is also available for the students.

The college sports community thrives through the different sport events and intercollegiate competitions taking place between different colleges.


Through the presence of various societies, RMC aids the development of its students on a more personal level and allows them to pursue their interests aside from academics. The current active societies of RMC are:

  • RMC Art and Literary Society
  • RMC Sports Society
  • RMC Social Welfare Society

Co-curricular activities

An all-rounded personality requires development of mental, social and communication skills. At RMC, these are achieved through elaborately structured participation in various co-curricular activities such as debates, quizzes, fairs, study and excursion trips, seminars, conferences and workshops on a variety of topics throughout the academic year. Students are not mere observers, but are encouraged to take active participation in these activities allowing them to develop personal skills.

Students' Magazine

A students' magazine “DAANISH” shall be printed annually. This magazine shall be managed by the student editor(s) under the supervision of a teacher. The first copy of the magazine is printed with in the first year of college commencement.

Academics & Curriculum

The curriculum at RMC is based on an integrated design, as proposed by PM&DC. Integration at horizontal levels assures that the thirst for higher order of knowledge is quenched, while vertical integration ensures clinical application of knowledge at a time when that knowledge is still fresh in the mind of the student. The mode of teaching is student-centered, with maximum utilization of resources by students in self-learning, keeping the role of teachers as facilitators. In this manner, a problem solving mindset is gradually built up, which will sustain the student in good stead throughout his/her professional life.