Central India’s Pre-Eminent Centre for Health-Care Education and Multi-disciplinary Higher Education
Located in Sawangi-Meghe (Wardha) about 80km away from Nagpur (Maharashtra), Datta Meghe Institute of Higher Education & Research (DMIHER) [ Deemed to be University]) is an excellent place for pursuing academic excellence in Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Ayurveda, Pharmacy, Allied Sciences, Allied Health Sciences, Epidemiology through graduate, postgraduate & research fellowships & PhD programs. Integrated Post-graduate and PG Diploma courses are also available in other disciplines of higher learning viz. Management and humanities.
Besides on-campus learning, DMIHER has also transitioned to imparting External Education through Online Distance Learning and Virtual Learning. Continuing Professional Education courses are also offered providing broad access to DMIHER’ constantly evolving body of knowledge & expertise both In-Person & through online Expert Programs.
Nestled in the heartland of India, this sprawling 125-acre campus affords the tranquillity of a quiet rural ambience with the advantages of well-connected urban locales in Wardha and neighbouring cities. The University is a self-sustaining complex, well-connected by road, rail, and air (via Nagpur) to all the major cities in the country.
Wardha Junction Railway station is 2.4km away from Sawangi while Sewagram Junction Railway station is 6.4km away
Road Connectivity: Wardha City is also well connected to the major cities viz. Nagpur, Pune and Hyderabad through Highways and trunk roads. Wardha is located on the Maharashtra State Highway 255 connecting Nagpur and its other satellite districts. It also connects the MSH-3 at Seloo. Wardha is also connected to the Trunk roads on the Varanasi-Nagpur-Hyderabad-Bangalore-Kanyakumari Highway. Besides private taxis, State Buses and Volvo Buses are also popular modes of public transport.
Air Connectivity: Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport is 77.80km distant from Sawangi.
Recognition & Rewards
DMIHER was granted the status of a Deemed to be University, by the University Grants Commission on 24th May 2005. It has also been included in the list of Deemed to be University under Section 3 of UGC Act 1956. As a torchbearer of excellence in higher education in this region, the University has been relentlessly strengthening its credentials from Accrediting and Regular bodies of the country. The University is also acclaimed for its quality education & research publications and has secured many eminent awards.
‘To emerge as the global center of excellence in the best evidence-based higher education encompassing a quality centric, innovative and interdisciplinary approach, generating refutitive research and offering effective and affordable health care for the benefit of the mankind.’
DMIHER(DU) shall develop competent, confident, concerned, compassionate and globally relevant professionals by quality, learner, community and evidence-centric 'competency-based model’ of higher education with value orientation, through all its constituent units. It shall foster a conducive milieu for interdisciplinary research practices generating consequential and meaningful outcomes for the nation in general and the region in particular. It shall deliver comprehensive quality health care services to the rural, needy, marginalized and underprivileged populace. This shall be achieved through appropriate collaborative linkages and a proactive, transparent and accountable decentralized governance system.