Khaja Banda Nawaz Institute of Medical Sciences Gulbarga (KBNIMS) was established in the year 2000 under the aegis of Khaja Education Society Gulbarga. Janab Syed Shah Mohammad Hussaini the founder of the Khaja Education Society had a dream to have a medical college for the minority community which was in a dire need to have such a facility. The dream was realized by his son Janab Dr. Syed Shah Khusro Hussaini. The medical college was got sanctioned as a minority institution.
The college has the approval of the central medical authority viz the Medical Council of India. The college is affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health science. The sanctioned intake of seats is about 100 spread in various quotas as per the Government directives. The direct admission is through CET and an all India entrance test for the Minority community. There is an NRI and management quota separately. The college authorities may be contacted for the information on fees structure.
The Government of Karnataka had decided to establish a Medical College at Bellary instead of Gulbarga. Hyderabad Karnataka Education Society under the leadership of Sri Mahadevappa Rampure started a Medical College in Private sector in 1963. Sri S. Nijalingappa, the then Chief Minister, Govt. of Karnataka, Sri. Veerendra Patil and Dr. D. C. Pavate helped in establishing the Medical college.
Medical College was started in 1963 with mission to bring out quality doctors by imparting quality education to meet the present and changing expectation of the people and improving the health status of the people of this region by offering health care and providing optimum training facilities for Medical students.
In 1973, Sri. Mahadevappa Rampure, the architect & founder of the Medical College left to heavenly abode and to salute his vision, dynamism and hard work in establishing this College, it was named after him as "Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College".
Initially clinical training was given in the Govt. District Hospital (Present District Health Office) on the Main road, which was having a very small space. Looking at the needs of the college & due to keen interest shown by the then PWD minister Sri. Veerendra Patil, Government started the construction of a 850 bedded hospital on Sedam road.
The hospital was ready in January 1967. The clinical training was shifted to the present District General Hospital.
The College got recognition from the Medical Council of India in 1972. It was the second private medical college in the Country after KMC, Manipal to get this recognition. College also got the recognition from the British Medical Council.