- BSc Anaesthesia Technology
- BSc Biotechnology
- BSc Food Nutrition & Dietetics
- BSc Forensic Sciences
- BSc Medical Imaging Technology
- BSc Medical Laboratory Technology
- BSc Neuroscience Technology
- BSc Nursing
- BSc Operation Theatre & Anaesthesia Technology
- BSc Optometry
- BSc Perfusion Technology
- BSc Renal Dialysis Technology
- BSc Respiratory Therapy
- MSc Medical Imaging Technology
- MSc Medical Lab Technology
- MSc Perfusion Technology
- MSc Pharmacology
- MSc Physiology
- MSc Psychology
- PC BSc Nursing
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About The College
Father Muller Medical College located about a kilometer from the National Highway-66 (the Mumbai-Mangalore highway) at Kankanady in Mangalore. It is a religious minority educational institution forming a part of the Father Muller Charitable Institutions.
Fr. Muller’s Hospital, a well-known household name, opened its doors to the people of South Canara in 1880. It started when Fr. Augustus Muller S.J, a German Jesuit dispensed homeopathic medicines under a Banyan tree. It went on to become a Leprosy hospital (now known as the St Joseph’s Leprosy Hospital) and then into a fully fledged hospital. It started the School of Nursing which offered diplomas in General Nursing and Midwifry(GNM) and later College of Nursing which offered degree in Bachelor of Nursing Science.
In 1989, Fr. Muller Institute of Medical Education and Research was duly constituted. Fr. Muller’s Institute of Medical Education and Research (FMIMER) started in 1991 with PG courses and then went on to include other courses under its banner, including the Bachelors in Physiotherapy (1994–95), M.Sc in Hospital Administration (1996) and Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) course in 1999. It was thereby was raised to the status of Medical College.
Father Muller college, a forerunner in medical education sector has installed college management software for workflow automation of the entire campus. This has not only help the streamline the campus processes but also benefitted the management, faculty manage the college workflow and students as well as parents to effectively communicate with the management and faculty.
Fr. Muller’s also boasts of a beautiful chapel — the St joseph’s chapel, inaugurated in 2005 — the post-Centennial silver jubilee year of Fr. Muller Charitable Institutions.
The college is affiliated to Fr. Muller Medical College Hospital. They have another attached hospital at Thumbay, Mangalore called Father Muller Hospital, Thumbay which acts as a rural connect as well as post graduate training hospital. The college rural health care centre is located at Mullerkad, near Kavoor.
Students and interns posted in the Department of Community Medicine undergo postings at public health centres in Surathkal and Jeppu as well as rural hospitals in Belthangady, Badyar in Dakshina kannada district and Honnavar, Uttara kannada district.
The college conducts regular health camps from in far-flung areas in and around Dakshina kannada and Udupi districts.
Father Muller Medical College is an integral part of Charitable Institutions offering various courses in the fields of Medical stream such MS, MD, B.Sc, M.Sc, etc. Majority of the admissions at FMMC is entrance-based. Students applying for admission are required to present NEET and PGET scores. Also, FMMC provides merit scholarships to the deserving students.
The one event that manages to capture the imagination of the Mullerians is the yearly interclass competition, named “Big Bang” in 2003, “The Quest” in 2004, “The Arena” in 2005, “The Conquest” in 2006, “The Apocalypse” in 2007, “Chakravyuh” in 2008, “Argonautica” in 2009 and “Solaris” in 2010.
Fr. Muller’s also conducts an inter-college competition known as the “Mullerfest” annually.
Every year Fr. Muller’s holds several events. One was “Deca Fest” in 2010. It concluded on 21 February 2010 after about 30 scheduled events.
The college organises sporting events which include Football, Basketball, Throwball, Volleyball, Badminton, Table-Tennis and athletic meet “Velocity” at interclass and intercollegiate level (RGUHS Mysore Zone tournaments).
As many as 576 students belonging to different streams received degrees during the Graduation Ceremony and Institutions’ Day of Father Muller Charitable Institutions (FMCI) on 13 March 2015.