Welcome To Maharastra  Institute of Medical Education & Research
Department of Paediatrics

The study of paediatrics is concerned with growth and development, nutritional needs, immunization, and management of common diseases of infancy and childhood. It is a well established department concentrating on patient care. It has well experienced staff for neonates and child care.

Awards and acheivements:
Dr Deepali Ambike - Prof and Head of the department of Pediatrics won Best research paper award in Annual Research Society Conference in 2015

Paper Publications::

  • Teaching Primary Care in Pediatrics Outpatient Department in Developing Countries : A Feasibility Study published in the Journal of Tropical Pediatric Advance Access Nov 2014 - by S.R.Daga, Deepali Ambike, E.P.DíSouza, Sameer Mhatre
  • Comparative efficacy of Antidiarrheal activity of Mebarid vs. Diarex, Ayuredic Antidiarrheal formulations in children with acute diarrhea published in the AmericianJournak of Pharmitech Research - 2013 by Vijay Bhavari
  • Home made continuous positive airways pressure device may reduce mortality in neonates with respiratory distress in low resource setting published in the Journal of Tropical Pediatrics Advance Access - April- 2014 byS.R.Daga , Sameer Mhatre, AnushreeBorhade , Danish Khan
  • Prevalence of overweight and obesity in pediatric ourpatient population attending a Rural Hospital in MavalTaulka Maharashtra by Dr.DeepaliAmbike, Dr.VijayBhavari, Faisal
  • CT Scan Study of Brain in children with Clinically Central Newborns System involvement by Dr. Bhavari


  • Consultancy services are offered every Tuesday and Thursday to Sudumbre RHTC and Urban health centre, Talegaon by our staff.
  • Malnutntion , Neurology & Anemia camp conducted from June 2016 Every week on Tuesday /Wednesday /Thursday

    Year % of students passed Distinction

    Nov - Dec - 2015 88.89% 15

    May -June - 2015 91.30% 03

    Nov - Dec - 2014 91.30% 01

    May -June - 2014 88.46% 04

    Nov - Dec - 2013 90.78% 02

    May -June - 2013 66.66% 02