About College

Our institution is a humble attempt to put into fundamental educational ideas imparting life building, man-making and character building medical education under Antarbharti Ashram to produce an ideal Homoeopathic Doctor.

Our Philanthropic Salutation: – “Jay Jagat”


  • To impart quality education for higher purpose of existence in most holistic way.
  • To work for the all-round welfare of humanity, especially for the uplift of the poor and the downtrodden.
  • To make all possible attempts to alleviate human suffering by spreading education, rendering medical service, extending help to villagers through rural development centres, etc
  • To treat all work as worship, and service to man as service to God.
  • To inspire our students with high ideals of Self Sacrifice and Service.
  • To built the esteemed institution as Post graduate institution as instituition of excellence as well as a Research Institution.


  • Strength is power and weakness is death.
  • Character building as amour propre (self respect).
  • Devoid of “doice vita (a little of pleasure and luxury life).
  • Worship sick as God. ( Rugna Devobhawa).


  • The college was restarted with full enthusiasm with D’H’M’S course with the affiriation of centrar Councir of Homoeopathy under MCH Board in 1989′
  • B.H.M.S course was started in 1994 under the Nagpur University as per CCH regulation.
  • Since after the inception of Maharashtra University Health sciences in 1998 the B.H’M.S (5 and half years course) has been conducting by this institution with full satisfaction of all and fulfilling our mission, The Antarbharti Ashram was established in Dabha, Nagpur, Maharstra, lndia, in 1959 with benevolent object to strengthen the neglected Part of the society’
  • One 10 bedded Homoeopathic Hospital was inaugurated by SHRl SANT PACHLEGAONKAR MAHARAJ with the active and pivotal role of founder Director Dr. M.G. Zite Vow.
  • Antarbharti Homoeopathic Medical College was started in Marathi Medium in the year 1975 with D.H.M.S course (4 years duration) with eligibility of 10 PCB under Bombay Board of Homoeopathic Medicine and Biochemistry Act. Dr.Sajjanwar, who stood first on merit and received gold medal, was a student of first batch of our esteemed institution.
  • The admission process was stopped after the introduction of Central Council of Homoeopathic Regulations 1983. The CCH regulation 1983 imposed that admission criteria would be 10+2 science in English medium instead of 10 PCB. But owing to that, more and more urban students would get chance for admission and it was contrary to our principle aim of the college to give scope for admission to more and more self reliant homoeopathic practitioners serving the rural villages.