At the Apollo Medical College, we believe that any medical student is bound to know what is expected of them throughout their journey of gaining knowledge and graduating as a physician. Therefore, we have articulated a clear charter depicting the responsibility and the obligations of both the students and the staff towards each other, the patients and the institution. We are committed in providing a constructive environment for medical students to aid them in gaining knowledge and flourishing in their careers with complete peace of mind and dedication.

We reckon that the impact of the fellow students, faculties, and the college atmosphere remains unperturbed every student’s college days and the career beyond. Hence, we strive hard to ensure that the students undergo their medical education in a composed and cultural atmosphere on our campus.


Whether trying to cope with the transition to medical college as a first-year student or grappling with the decision of which medical specialty to pursue at the completion of the course, the medical college can cause some stressful days. The Apollo Medical college has a department of Student Counseling and Development, which understands the anxiety and stress that many students face. With goodwill to help the students to have a healthy learning experience, there are trained physicians and psychologists available to provide personal counseling, workshop, and stress-management classes.

We believe that proper counseling would help impart valuable lessons into their daily life in the time of need. There are also sessions involving career guidance, handling personal stress, and sorting out different career paths.

Anti Ragging

Ragging does not break the ice,

It breaks lives, careers, and families!

Ragging is a crime, condemned by the nation and we, at the Apollo Medical College, have a zero-tolerance policy to those who partake in ragging. Ragging is termed as an inhumane act of demoralizing and defaming a fellow student through verbal or physical means. Any such instance of ragging is not withstood in the campus of The Apollo Medical College and the institution is bound to take strict disciplinary actions on those involved with respect to the facts of the ragging incident.

We ensure that the campus is ragging free by taking all possible measures by educating the students about the implications and after-effects of ragging. The students are also bestowed with a consistent awareness of the negative aspects of ragging so that they would abstain from involving in any deed that may be entitled under the ragging offense. The management makes sure that all possible precautionary measures are taken against any form of ragging practices in order to conserve an up-standing environment in the institution for the prospect of the students and the faculties.

Anti Ragging Committee Members



Dr. Dilip Mathai Dean/Principal


Dr. G. Surender ReddyHOD of Forensic Medicine

Ms. Aparna Reddy DOJ: 01.01.1970

Mr. Prashanth AdvocateDOJ: 01.01.1970


Ms. Teja Ramya Student Representative 2012DOJ: 01.01.1970


Mr. Sai Viswanath Student Representative 2012DOJ: 01.01.1970


Ms. Gowri Priyanka Student Representative 2013DOJ: 01.01.1970


Mr. K. Sai Ram Student Representative 2013DOJ: 01.01.1970


Mr. Murtuza Student Representative 2014DOJ: 01.01.1970


Ms. Shreya Student Representative 2014DOJ: 01.01.1970



The medical field is getting revolutionized day after day with the rise of new technologies. Utilizing adaptive tutorials, audiovisual tools, and virtual models with the help of e-learning courses give an in-depth understanding of the clinical concepts in a classroom. It is also believed to foster self-directed learning practice which continues throughout a physician’s career.

Though it does not always replace the one on one teaching experience provided by a mentor, the e-learning is increasingly preferred because of its flexibility over content and pace.

In Apollo Medical College, we believe in incorporating the modern advancements to the advantage of our students by implementing a blended learning environment that merges the benefits of the two pedagogic approaches.

Student Charter


The student charter of the Apollo Medical College motivates the students and the faculty members to collaborate and work as a team to foster a supportive community that helps in the development of the pupils of the institution. All the members of our community including the current students, staff and alumni are obliged to share a responsibility to help walk the institution and its students towards the continuous success road.

Commitments of Learners
  • We will respect students, peers, patients, and teachers as individuals, without regard to race, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, or national origin.
  • We will strive for excellence in attaining the knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed for the highest standard of patient care.
  • We will attend all learning sessions designated as required by our teachers, which will include all patient presentations and small group sessions. We will demonstrate respect towards teachers and peers by arriving on time, turning off cell phones, silencing pagers, and complying with other specific expectations defined by the faculty.
  • We will wear appropriate attire. In the classroom setting, it should not cause distraction, and in the presence of patients, whether in classroom or clinical settings, it should comply with patient expectations and the standards published by the institution.
  • We will work effectively in teams, respecting the contributions of all members, assuming a fair share of responsibility, and performing leadership tasks with a sense of service to others.
  • We will acknowledge and seek help when an assigned clinical task is beyond our level of skill. If an assigned task conflicts with personal ethics, we will discuss this with the supervising physician and strive to reach a resolution that places a priority on the interests of the patient.
  • We will recognize our obligations as a collegial community, sharing knowledge and assisting peers in their quest to achieve professional and personal goals. We will assist our colleagues in distress.
  • We will establish the habit of critical reflection, acknowledge gaps in our knowledge, recognize our limitations, and strive for constant self-improvement.
  • We will respect the intellectual property of others and will use online resources, such as Knowledge Map, in a manner that is consistent with that respect.
  • We will demonstrate honesty and integrity in all academic endeavors, including examinations, research efforts, and patient care entries.
  • We will strive to create a culture of safety. We will accept responsibility for errors and near-errors by disclosing them, analyzing them, and implementing changes that would prevent similar events in the future.
  • In the spirit of continuous quality improvement, we will accept the responsibility of constructive evaluation of our courses and teachers.


Spending a colossal part of the course duration within classrooms forms the crux of a medical student’s life. In the process of encouraging a holistic educational approach, we have laboratories and practical work areas at our teaching facility that assist the formal method of teaching. In view of promoting the studies of not just pure medicine but also allied fields of medicine such as Dentistry, Paramedical training, Physiotherapy, and even Nursing, along with the study of ancient Indian medicine; the roots of our ancestors we pride ourselves in citing our long-lasting and emergent association with Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences Warangal, Telangana.

Reputed National councils such as MCI, DCI, Central council of Indian Medicine, Central council of Homeopathy, and Indian Nursing council, recognize and reward our University courses, and are our affiliate partners. Our premier institution takes honor and pride in stating that all council guidelines and rules are strictly followed by and adhered to in our comprehensive course curriculums in all areas.

Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences

KNR University Help Line Numbers: 0870 2454555
Warangal, Telangana.
Mail ID: [email protected]


Dr.B. Karunakar Reddy M.D.
Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences Warangal, Telangana


Dr. D. Praveen Kumar
Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences Warangal, Telangana


Dr. T. Venkateshwar Rao
Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences Warangal, Telangana

  • Dr.B. Karunakar Reddy M.D. Vice –Chancellor

    Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences Warangal, Telangana
  • Dr. T. Venkateshwar RaoRector

    Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences Warangal, Telangana.
  • Ms. Sangita Reddy Secretary

    Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences Warangal, Telangana.
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