Established in the year 1991 under the dynamic leadership of Mr. K Subba Rao, Chairman, VEF, the Institution has grown leaps and bounds. The first batch of students passed out of the college on 8th November 1995 which happens to be the red letter day when the premier Dental Council of India gave recognition to the Institution.
“Vignan Educational Foundation” which is a registered trust established in the Garden city of Bengaluru in the year 1991
 

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“Vignan Educational Foundation” which is a registered trust established in the Garden city of Bengaluru in the year 1991 has today reached excellence in various fields of education in India and abroad.
Bangalore Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital and Postgraduate Research Centre, Bengaluru
Vignan Institute of Nursing, Bengaluru
1. Oral Medicine and Radiology
2. Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
3. Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics
4. Periodontia
5. Prosthodontia
6. Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics
7. Oral Pathology and Microbiology.
8. Public Health Dentistry.
9. Preventing and Pediatric Dentistry
 

The results are released in the August problem of The Journal of Clinical Investigation.

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