National Institute of Homoeopathy is located in the most planned and developed area of Salt Lake city of Kolkata. It is functioning in its own campus, situated on a plot of land measuring about 16 acres at Block-GE, Sector-III, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700106. Construction of the first phase (G + 3) of the new Academic-cum-Library building has been completed. A well-built hospital is also within the campus. The hospital is being expanded from its present bed strength of 100 to 250.
For undergraduate students Boys’ hostel [(UG) (300 accommodation)], Girls’ hostel (112 accommodation) and an auditorium with 500 seating capacity are available in the campus. Quarters for Residential Medical Officers are also available in the campus.
The residential campus of the Institute is located on a plot of land measuring about 10 acres at JC block, Salt Lake, Kolkata-700098, in close vicinity to the main campus. An International Hostel with all modern facilities for accommodating students from abroad, separate PG hostels for boys and girls along with 24 residential quarters for the employees of the Institute is also available in the same campus.
Herbal Garden stretched over land area about of 25 acres at Kalyani (about 60 km. from Kolkata) is maintained by the Institute, envisaged for acclimatising exotic species of plants, and to build a repository of authentic specimens of medicinal plants for use by students and researchers.
The Herb Garden - Kalyani
There is a Herb Garden (about 25 acres) at Kalyani, about 60km away from the Institute, envisaged for acclimatizing exotic species which are generally imported in order to save foreign exchange and to build up repository of authentic specimens of medicinal plants for use by students and researchers.
The herb garden has maintained 90 different species of medicinal plants including 10 exotic species, which are high altitude, and cold climate plants. These exotic species has been successfully acclimatized in the genetic plain of West Bengal. Further studies are in progress. Besides maintaining plantation of indigenous medicinal plants recommended by Central Assistance Scheme 3 species have been introduced during the period under report i.e. Ocimum killimandscaricum, Sambacus javanica, Stereospermum, Sauveolens. Achillea Millefolium, Echinacea purpura and Conium Maculatum are notable among the exotic species which has been introduced during the period under report.
Hostel fee is to be paid separately at the time of admission to the Hostel. Accommodation in Hostel shall be made depending upon the no of vacant beds (not rooms) available and only on acceptance of Rules & Regulation of the Hostel by the Candidate as well as the Legal Guardian of the Candidate.