National Medical College was founded to impart need-based education to the bottom-of-the-pyramid. The present world witnessed the consequences of uni-directional approach to development. As a result of this myopic approach the countries like India have seen a huge gap between developed India and under-developed/developing India. A country with a population of 1.21 billion is very low in health care services. The doctor-patient ratio is very embarrassing. Situation becomes worse in rural India where sometimes the villages get deprived of even the health sub centers. NMICC aims at building a cadre of highly skilled professionals called ‘health friends’. It is an endeavor to contribute towards the attainment of Health for All by 2020 and to help in achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The institute is committed towards the sustainable development by empowering the community.
National Medical College has grown up as a reputed and dynamic Institute providing excellent education in enormous field of medical education. Besides providing a cadre of trained health professionals, NMC has also gone far beyond and served vulnerable and deprived population through series of health camps in parts of Uttar Pradesh and Uttrakhand. These health camps are organised from time to time (as per the need of the local population) ion-android-menu provide free or concessional facilities for general/specialised health check-up, pathological tests, X-rays and even surgeries.
It is not surprising that decades of service to the nation by NMC has got recognition from media, local authorities, State Governments as well as Central Government:
National Medical College runs courses affiliated to and recognised by IGNOU, NIOS (under Min of HRD, Government of India) and BSS (a National Development Agency Estd in 1952 by Planning Commission, Government of India)