Postgraduate Degree students (BDS Part I & Part II Repeater) appearing for supplementary Theory exam during June 2024              Undergraduate Degree (BDS) 2019-20, 2020-21, 2021-22. Batch as only 2nd BDS students (Odd and Repeaters) Appearing for exam during June 2024              Committed to delivering exceptional education from our comprehensive campus              World oral health day March 20th 2024              NATIONAL DENTIST’S DAY              BDS students’ academic curriculum a field activity        CDE-Program Brochure        Circular - Parent teachers Meeting for underperformed students in RGUHS September 2023 examinations        Circular - Orientation Day Program and Parent Teachers Meeting       Circular - Microscope CDE Program Brochure       Circular - BDS Freshers day circular and invitation - 2023       Circular - Graduation Day 2023 Schedule       Circular - List of internship student for graudation day 2023       Circular - List of PG Students of MD-MS Degree, SSP & Fellowship Students       Circular - Graduation Day 2023       Circular - Graduation Day 2023 Students list       Circular - Wearing APRONS outside the College and Hospital Premises       VIDS PTV NAAC on Feb 2nd and 3rd 2023        Invitation Letter for NAAC Peer team interaction with parents -03-FEB-2023       Bus Routes for Medical & Dental Students of 2022-23 batch       Remedial coaching committee Meeting.       Odd Batch Students Meeting.       Circular for regular batch 2021-2022 BDS Interns - Compulsory Rotatory Internship from 06/12/2021.       Congratulation to Dr.Helen Thomas, 2019-20 PG-MDS For Best Scientific Presentation at 12th IFEA World Endodontic Online Congress Held During 31st July to 1st Aug 2021.       Graduation Day 27th Feb 2021 Invitation        MANAGEMENT, STAFF & STUDENTS OF VYDEHI INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES & RESEARCH CENTRE LIKE TO CONGRATULATE THE FOLLOWING DOCTORS OF 2017-20 PG-MDS BATCH RANKS IN RGUHS MDS EXAMINATION FOR JUNE/JULY-2020       

Alternate Energy Sources

Green Space

Pollution free environment


Pedestrian-friendly pathways

Restricted vehicle entry

Electric vehicle

No Plastic Zone

Energy Conservation

LED lights

Sensor based Energy conservation

Solar lights

Solar Panel

Wheeling to Grid

Water Conservation

Open Well Recharge

Rain Water Harvesting


Waste water recycling

Waste Management

Institution always strives to protect environment by appropriately handling biomedical waste and strictly adheres to the guidelines from pollution control board Bio-Medical Waste Management Rules & Regulations (BMWM) Amendment Rules, 2018. We have recently implemented OP Data recording online thereby minimising waste. Dental health care leads to generation of wastes such as dental casts/models, extracted teeth, soaked cotton, needles, saliva, mercury, amalgam and various chemicals. Bio-Medical Waste will be collected in color coded bins as per Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB) norms and handed over to Common Bio Medical Waste Treatment Facility (CBWTF) “M/s. Anu Autoclave & Incin. Services”.

Solid waste management:

Solid wastes are infectious waste, recyclable plastics, glassware, sharps, dental casts / models, extracted teeth etc. Organic portion of the waste will be treated in Organic Converter and Sewage Treatment Plant (STP). Sludge will be dried and used as fertilizer for gardening. Inorganic portion of the waste will be collected in color coded bins and handed over to waste recyclers.

Liquid waste management:

The liquid waste generated from the hospital activities includes domestic effluent and liquid bio-medical waste. The liquid waste will be segregated, disinfected with 1% Sodium hypochlorite solution and then discharged into STP for further treatment. The treated water is been used for gardening and toilet flushes.

Biomedical Waste Management:

Biomedical wastes are segregated and disposed into colour coded bags red, blue, yellow, green and
puncture proof cans. It is then double bagged and tightly tied and labelled with a biohazard symbol and then handed over to “M/s. Anu Autoclave & Incin. Services.” Color coded bags will be subjected to treatment as per KSPCB norms. General waste would be handed over to to BBMP for further disinfection.

E-waste management:

Institution focuses on minimal generation of e-waste as some electronic devices contain materials that are hazardous. Improperly disposed photocopiers, electric lamps, fax machines and computers may leach lead and other substances into soil and groundwater. If any of the electronic devices or products is found to be non-functional the in-house Biomedical Engineers will perform functional check. After they provide Beyond Economic Repair Certificate these electronic products are then termed as scrap and handed over to e-waste recyclers who possess E-waste certificate from KSPCB.
Waste recycling system:

The waste water generated from the hospital activities is being treated in STP. Physical, chemical, and biological procedures are applied to eliminate impurities and yield treated waste water that is harmless for discharge into the environment. The treated water is recycled for toilet flushing and gardening.

Hazardous chemicals and radioactive waste management:

Used cold sterilizer (2% glutaraldehyde) and Developer solution are subjected to treatment in the STP. Fixer solution is subjected to silver reclamation/recovery unit and Lead foil is recycled by scrap dealer. Formalin is neutralized and subjected to treatment in STP. Xylene is kept in a non-chlorinated waste container for disposal. Automatic Blood pressure monitoring device is used to eradicate the usage of mercury. Personal Monitoring Device a radiation sensor is used to measure the amount of hazardous X-ray exposures in an indicated time

Bio-Medical Waste Segregation

Sewage treatment Plant