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In this humanitarian crisis of COVID19, our NSS volunteers and students (http://hmfw.ap.gov.in/carona_info.aspx) have come forward to become volunteers to serve for COVID and registered as COVID warriors (http://hmfw.ap.gov.in/covid_19_nss_volunteers.aspx) (https://covidwarriors.gov.in/). 

We have decided to host portal for training to all our students and faculty before the colleges restart and those already working in the field and clinics in various capacities to refresh their existing knowledge through external training links in a single page, including Govt of India Initiatives (https://covidwarriors.gov.in/Covid_TrainingMatrix_Role.aspx) and WHO (https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/training/online-training).  

For training purpose:

       We would suggest everyone enroll and train before getting into the field. Those already in the field or clinic can get refreshed using the above training sessions. 

       Govt. of India Initiatives follow the link: For all these courses need to register before you start the training. 

  1. https://igot.gov.in/igot/
  2. https://igot.gov.in/igot/explore-course
  1. Psychological care of patients with COVID-19


  1. Quarantine and Isolation


For WHO training 

     The courses are as follows with the relevant links for easy navigation :

  1. Emerging respiratory viruses, including COVID-19: methods for detection, prevention, response and control (introduction-to-ncov)


  1. COVID-19: Operational Planning Guidelines and COVID-19 Partners Platform to support country preparedness and response 


  1. Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) for COVID-19 Virus


  1. Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) Treatment Facility Design


  1. ePROTECT Respiratory Infections (EN)


  1. COVID-19: How to put on and remove personal protective equipment (PPE)


  1. Standard precautions: Hand hygiene


  1. Standard precautions: Waste management 


  1. Standard precautions: Environmental cleaning and disinfection 


  1. Decontamination and sterilization of medical devices 



 (Last updated on O8th of June 2020) 

External links for further reading and references:





 https://www.who.int/emergencies/ diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019





  1. MoHFW: 


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Sibar Institute of Dental Sciences (SIDS) under Sibar Educational Academy offers Undergraduate (B.D.S), Post Graduate (M.D.S) courses and PhD Programme. The college is set in Sylvan surroundings far from the crowded city of Guntur. It is located on Guntur - Tenali state highway, just 3.5 Kms from Guntur central bus station and half Km away from Calcutta - Chennai National Highway 5. College campus is located within 5 hours drive from major cosmopolitan cities of India - Chennai and Hyderabad.Guntur City is the educational and medical capital of Coastal Andhra Pradesh with prestigious Guntur Medical College and many famous residential colleges. The college is situated at about 30 Kms from Vijayawada, the political capital of Andhra Pradesh. Guntur city is well connected to all major cities in Andhra Pradesh & India by road and rail. The nearest domestic Airport (Gannavaram - Vijayawada) is around 50 Kms away and International Aiport (Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, Hyderabad) around 275 Kms (4 hours by road).

SIDS is affiliated to Dr. N.T.R. University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada and is recognized by Dental Council of India and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.

The college has excellent full time teaching faculty under the leadership of Dr. L. Krishna Prasad, the Dean of the College. He along with other key faculty members are devoting their precious time for the development of the institution and for the welfare of the students. The college has a state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities and is rated one of the best.

The college has International Student Exchange programme with UMDNJ, Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, USA and Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

The college has also started an International Visiting Faculty Programme (IVFP) with UMDNJ, New Jersey, USA and Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

The college has a strategic tie-up with Ramesh Hospitals, Guntur and NRI Medical College & Hospital for clinical and pre-clinical training for its students.

SIDS forsees a brilliant future for budding dentists.

Governing Body Members - SIBAR Educational Academy

  • Dr. A. Ravindranath Tagore – President
  • Dr. Mukkamala Apparao – Vice President
  • Dr. S. Durga Rani – Secretary
  • Sri Y. Venkateswara Rao – Treasurer
  • Dr. Upendranath Nimmagadda – Member
  • Dr. Mani Akkineni – Member
  • Dr. T. Krishna Mohan – Member
  • Dr. Y. Vishnuvardhan Rao – Member
  • Sri M. Srinivas – Member
  • Dr. P. Revathi – Member
  • Dr. Sumathi Mukkamala – Member
  • Mr. Praneeth Lingamaneni – Member

Dean's Message:


Dr. L. Krishna Prasad, M.D.S.


Former Member - Dental Council of India

Former President – Indian Dental Association (National)

Member - Academic Senate, Dr. NTR University Health Sciences

As the Dean of Sibar Institute of Dental Sciences I am delighted to welcome you to the SIDS website.

SIDS is recognized by Dental Council of India and Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India and affiliated to Dr. N.T.R University of Health Sciences, one of the finest universities in Health Education. SIDS is the first choice for graduate and post graduate dental education for those who are looking for quality education and training.

Leaders of the profession - outstanding clinicians, lecturers and professors of national and international repute - are on the faculty of the SIDS. Few are in the executive committee of international and national professional bodies, editors of various dental journals and members of Board of Studies of the University. Under the tutelage of highly trained and productive professors, the student acquires a solid foundation in the biomedical sciences. This knowledge forms the basis for understanding the wide variety of diseases that a dentist must diagnose and treat. Skillful and experienced clinical lecturers/professors guide the student in acquiring technical skills and developing clinical judgement. Instructors with qualifications in the basic and clinical sciences assist the student in applying basic science knowledge to clinical problems. This integrated system of instruction results in a broadly trained clinician with a strong biomedical background.

Situated very near to Guntur city, the college has the benefit of a large pool of patients who seek dental treatment at its clinics. Additional training in patient care is gained during assignments at affiliated hospitals.

Since its foundation, SIDS has been committed to excellence in education, patient care, research, and community service. With each incoming class we rededicate ourselves to the achievement of these goals. I look forward to you sharing in our success.

Dr. L. Krishna Prasad, M.D.S.

Our Mission:

The Sibar Institute of Dental Sciences' core purpose is to improve oral health and thereby the overall quality of life by contributing fundamental knowledge, excellence, and leadership.

Our motto ‘Service, Knowledge & Kindness’ is practiced to the fullest extent by the faculty and students who meticulously work in the respective arenas with diligence, dedication and devotion.

SIDS is steadfast in its commitment to excellence in dental education, to innovation in charting the future course of dental medicine, to the pursuit and advancement of intellectual discovery, and to the application of new knowledge. Fundamental to this commitment is SIDS’ dedication to: attaining the highest standards of patient care; meeting the dental needs of its local community; and to contributing to the advancement of global issues. The Institute’s philosophy, which links dentistry and medicine, reflects a broad perspective on oral health. The Institute’s environment embraces innovation, change, and diversity.

Our Aims:

In pursuit of its mission, the Institute has the following aims:

  1. To provide high quality educational programmes and encourage high quality innovative teaching and learning in a flourishing research environment;
  2. To seek innovation in programmes, curriculum design and learning methods through the interaction of teaching, research and practice;
  3. To operate a learning, teaching and assessment system which allows students to acquire and/or develop the knowledge and skills appropriate to their chosen educational and/or career pathway;
  4. To maintain and develop strong connections with the regional, national and international business communities to maximise new opportunities;
  5. To recruit and develop high quality staff who will take responsibility for planning, supporting and nurturing the Institution's educational and research activities in a multidisciplinary environment to enhance the national profile of the Institution.

Our Values:

In fulfilling its purpose, SIDS holds the following values:

  1. We are committed to being a research-led Institution, valuing knowledge and learning for their own sake as well as for the social and economical benefits they offer;
  2. We are committed to the communication of knowledge and learning, through an environment in which leading academic staff teach and engage in dissemination of knowledge to a broader community;
  3. We seek to recruit and develop staff and students of the highest quality, recognizing that people are our primary resource;
  4. We respect the academic freedom of all staff and students that they might confidently engage in leading-edge and innovative knowledge creation and debate;
  5. We are committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunity for all staff and students;
  6. We will ensure that our activities are carried out ethically and to the highest standards.


The Faculty stands as a back bone for any institute. At SIBAR, we have mainly focused on keeping this back bone, the strongest by way of selecting the best, beyond compromise. Since inception, we have focused on full-fledged faculties who have been working tirelessly in keeping up the standards at SIBAR. We have more than 100 dedicated full time teaching faculty.
Most of them are even active in many research works, apart from their regular teaching schedules. Many are also gaining fame both in the National and International arena, being active in their respective professional organizations.

The Art of living:
SIBAR INSTITUTE OF DENTAL SCIENCES introduced THE ART OF LIVING courses to the Faculty , Graduates and Under graduates with a vision of creating stress free, peaceful and calm mind from the regular sedentary life style .The benefits of this course were clearly assessed for the field of Dentistry and are greatly encouraged for the staff and students.
Sudarshan Kriya, a unique breathing technique which brings enormous joy, stressfree mind, Healthy body and Blossomed life was developed by Aa world renowned spiritual leader and humanitarian, Pujya sri sri Ravi Shankar.

Benefits :

  • Stress free , peaceful mind
  • Healthy body and better sleep
  • Enormous joy, enthusiasm and dynamism
  • Self discovery and new blossomed life
  • Relief from depression, worry and anxiety
  • Harmonises relations at home and at work
  • Greater creativity ,clear perception and expression
  • Increases physical energy and stamina
  • Enhances interpersonal skills
  • Increases concentration, confidence and responsibility
  • Controls anger and eliminates negativity

Independent medical research indicates that the SUDARSHAN KRIYA leads to:

  • Reduction of cortisol (Stress hormone)
  • Reduction of Blood lactate levels
  • Reduction of bad cholesterol(LDL), increase in good cholesterol(HDL)
  • Increase in anti oxidant enzyme levels
  • Strengthened immune system
  • Removal of depression

For details and/or enrollment in this course, please contact
Director: Dr.L.Subba Rao, phone: 924 647 7333

Training Program:
The Teachers Training Program empowers the teachers and acts as a professional development tool, thus helping them gain the expertise and be able to contribute proactively in imparting a higher quality education. The objectives of this program are –

  • To impart the necessary knowledge and the know-how about the educational processes in the respective specialties
  • To ensure a continuous quality improvement in the Dental education at SIBAR.
  • To familiarize the teachers with any changes or reforms in the curriculum.
  • To acclimatize the young faculty and thus help them to maintain the knowledge-imparting standards pertinent to the institute.

To achieve the above objectives, some of the endeavors of SIBAR are –

  • We have been regularly sending the faculty members to Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences for Teachers training programs.
  • Visiting faculty from esteemed institutes like the School of Dental Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, USA & School of Dental Medicine, University at Buffalo, USA are being regularly invited to SIBAR for imparting their latest knowledge and insight pertaining to teaching modalities, research and also publications.


All the curricular & extra-curricular activities put forth at an institute, only when they are properly used by a student or a learner can make the college proud. At SIBAR we look forth for such an overall development of the student by many welfare programs like –

    1. Orientation: Every student, after their admission, is given an orientation towards his/her curriculum, accommodation, extra-curricular, sports and games activities available at the institute, apart from tips for personal safety & security.
    2. Counseling: Counseling pertaining to the academic and non-academic matters will be given to the students, by way of mentorship programs and thus help in their overall progress.

Such mentorship programs help the students by –

    1. Encouraging their learning process.
    2. Guiding the academic performance and excellence by various local, national and International collaborative programs.
    3. Guiding them on their personal development by exposing them in various outreach programs.
    4. Helping them by way of career guidance programs towards the end of their curriculum.


Praneeth Lingamaneni
Director – Student Affairs & Chief Administrative Officer
Email: praneeth@sids.ac.in
Mobile: 9848885659


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One of the primary missions of  SIDS is to provide a great residential experience while educating and challenging its students to achieve academic and personal growth. Separate hostel facility is available for both Boys & Girls. Both the hostels have good spacious rooms with attached toilets, study tables and cupboards. Each hostel is equipped with television, gymnasium and a telephone in the common rooms.

The campus has a plenty of open ground for the extracurricular activities and outdoor games. Indoor games are provided in the auditorium. College team has won many accolades in various inter-college competitions. Few of our college students are also representing Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences in Cricket, Basket Ball, Volley Ball and Table Tennis. Every year college conducts annual sports meet. All these sports activities are monitored and students are trained by a qualified full time physical director.

The College has an excellent library facility and is managed by full time qualified and experienced librarians. Separate reading rooms, discussion rooms and audio visual rooms are provided for the benefit of students. A Library Information Management System gives all the required accurate information to the users where, the students can reserve and renew books themselves. For the benefit of students in making use of the internet, access terminals are provided in the library with high speed broadband facility. Students are also given access to several dental and medical e-journals. The library operating hours are from 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. on all working days and 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. on Sundays.


Research at the SIDS reflects the complex nature of today's health care needs. The scientific basis of dentistry encompasses the diverse tissue systems of the oral cavity and its associated orofacial structures.

Many different approaches are employed, ranging from molecular biology to the exploration of new treatment modalities. Although research is organized into several major programs, strength of the college has been the consistent level of interaction and collaboration among individuals and across program boundaries. Many projects transcend areas of specialization and are strengthened by shared expertise.


  1. Radiographic assessment of retromandibular foramen and canal.
  2. Assement of anterior loop of inferior alveolar nerve-A CBCT study.
  3. Assessment of hearing defect in oral submucous fibrosis: A cross sectional study.
  4. Assessment of pulpal re-innervation following various orthognathic Surgical Procedures.
  5. Efficacy of physics forceps and conventional forceps in orthodontic extraction of premolars.
  6. Anesthetic efficacy of 4% articaine infiltrations and 2% lignocaine blocks in orthodontic extraction of premolars.
  7. Assessment of analgesic efficacy using Lignocaine. HCI solution and buprenorphine in Lignocaine HCI solution for inferior alveolar nerve block in impacted mandibular third molar surgery.
  8. Assessment of Superficial Cervical Plexus Block for Submandibular Incisions.
  9. Assessment of hard and soft tissue changes in platform switched and platform matched implant abutment connections.
  10. Effect of salbutamol based nebulizer on surface roughness and color stability of different dental resin materials - An Invitro study.
  11. Assessment of stresses with different full arch frameworks on implant supported fixed prostheses-3D finite element analysis.
  12. "A Clinical Study of effect of implant design on primary stability, hard and soft tissue".
  13. "Assessment of disinfectants on adherence of candida albicans to soft denture liner".
  14. Assessment of marginal bone loss and soft tissue changes around internal hexagonal and conical impant abutment interface.
  15. Push out bond strength of Guttapercha and PH plus with different irrigation protocols - An invitro study.
  16. Effect of different surface treatment procedures after using two tooth whitening systems on the bond strength of a universal microhybrid composite resin: An invitro study.
  17. Comparative evaluation of pushout bond strength of biodentine and mineral trioxide aggregate to dentin after different irrigation protocols - An in vitro study.
  18. Assessment of Postoperative pain following the use of two different rotary systems in single visit root canal treatment.
  19. A micro computed tomographic evaluation of presence of dentinal microcracks during root canal preparation by using rotary files with and without deformation memory - An invitro study.
  20. An invitro assessment of dentinal shear bond strength after pretreatment with various dentin biomodifiers.
  21. Comparison of frictional resistance produced by the newly introduced polycrystalline ceramic brackets with onventional ceramic brackets.
  22. Assessment of pain & adhesive remnant during debonding of orthodontic metal brackets with different pliers.
  23. Assessment of shear bond strength of metal brackets bonded to zirconia crown surface using different primers.
  24. Assessment of shear bond strength of brackets bonded using conventional led and newly introduced light-emitting diode.
  25. Assessment of temperature changes in the pulp during inter proximal enamel reduction.
  26. "Antimicrobial efficacy of commercially available pediatric dentifrices on oral microflora".
  27. Salivary alpha amylase as a non-invasive biomarker for dental fear and its correlation during local anesthesia administration in pediatric patients.
  28. "Efficacy of carbamide peroxide with and without additive vegetative enzyme."
  29. '"Fracture resistance of three commercially available preformed pediatric zirconia crowns".
  30. "Centralization ability and canal transportation of root canals prepared with three commercially available pediatric rotary files- A cone beam computerised tomography study".
  31. "Polarized light microscopic assessment of three commercially available remineralizing agents on primary teeth".
  32. Clinical and radiographic assessment of peri-implant tissue changes with and without periodontitis
  33. Assessment of soft and hard tissue changes following flap and flapless implant placement.
  34. Comparison of ridee expansion with and without guided bone ridges.
  35. Effect of Non-surgical periodontal therapy on salivary procalcitonin levels in chronic periodontitis patients with type II diabeties mellitus.
  36. Evaluation of full mouth disinfection with adjunctive systemic antimicrobials in aggressive periodontitis: A clinical and microbiological study.
  37. Photodynamic therapy versus diode laser therapy as an adjunct to scaling and root planing in the treatment of chronic periodontitis - A clinical and microbiological study.
  38. Quantitative analysis of Oct - 4 as a prognostic marker in oral squamous cell carcinoma.
  39. Quantitative analysis of CD133 as a prognostic marker in oral epithelial dysplasia.
  40. Quantitative analysis of CD133 as a prognostic marker in oral squamous cell carcinoma.
  41. Designing a questionnarie to assess the skills, social responsibility and applied learning of dental public health among undergraduate dental students-in neocapital region.
  42. Assessment of oral health status in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease cases: a Hospital based study.
  43. Salivary blood group antigen as an indicator of caries experience in adults - An institutional based study.
  44. Assessment of patients' decision making process leading to extraction of permanent teeth.



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The membership of the Association shall consist of Three categories viz.,

  1. Honorary Life Member
  2. Life Members and
  3. Associate Members

A. Honorary Member
Persons / Staff connected with the SIDS and who have contributed substantially to the development of the SIDS will be recognized as Honorary Life Members. The recognition of the Honorary Life Members shall be done by the Executive Committee of the Association at its meeting with absolute majority i.e. with at least 75% of the members present at the meeting voting in favour of the motion. However, due notice shall be given to the members about the agenda to be discussed at the meeting.
B. Life Member
i. The students of the college after the completion of the course are eligible to become the life member by paying a contribution of Rs. 1,000/-.
ii. Associate members after completion of the course shall automatically become the life members.
C. Associate Member
Students joining the SIDS can become the Associate member of the Association by paying a contribution of Rs. 1,000/-

Management of SIDS-AA ( Managing Committee ):

The Association shall function under the guidance of Dr. L. Krishna Prasad, Secretary, SIBAR Educational Academy and Principal, SIBAR Institute of Dental Sciences, Guntur who will act as Chairman of the Association.

The management of the Association shall vest in the Managing Committee duly constituted comprising of the following office bearers:

  1. President (One)
  2. Vice– President (One)
  3. Honorary Secretary (One)
  4. Joint Secretary (One)
  5. Honorary Treasurer (One)
  6. Executive Committee Members (Nine)

The Managing Committee shall meet as often as may be required for dispatching the business. However, at least one meeting shall take place every four months. Normally the meetings shall be presided over by the President.

The Managing Committee members shall mutually distribute among themselves the various duties and responsibilities for the smooth working of the Association.















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Career Opportunities

Selected list of candidates - for DST project dated 10 -5-2021

Short listed Candidates for Final selection - 5 May 2021. 

Candidates appearing for Virtual Interview on 3 May 2021

NEW- Opening for DST sponsored Research Fellow - 2021

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Last date for application 30-4-2021

Opening for DST Sponsored Project Fellow** Last Date for Application 10th November 2019.

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"Shortlisted Candidates for Interview" - DST sponsored project fellow.

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Registration Certificate – SEA
Recognition of BDS
Recognition of MDS
State Government Essentiality Certificates
University Affiliation
Academic Brochure
Teaching Faculty
BDS Student Details
MDS Student Details
Holidays List – 2019


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The College has International Student & Faculty Exchange Programmes with :

  • Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, New Jersey, USA.
  • UB School of Dental Medicine, Buffalo, USA.
  • Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
  • The Faculty of Dentistry at Prince of Songkla University, Thailand.

SIDS also has Research Collaborations with :

  • NRI Medical College & Hospital, Guntur.
  • Department of Microbiology, Maratha Mandal Dental College, Belgaum.
  • Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur.
  • Bio Materials Research Lab, Department of Physics, Periyar Univeristy, Salem.



Courses offered

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Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S) - 100 admissions per year.

Master of Dental Surgery (M.D.S)

  • Oral Medicine, Radiology & Diagnosis (3 Seats)
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (5 Seats)
  • Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics (6 Seats)
  • Prosthodontics, Crown & Bridge (6 Seats)
  • Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics (5 Seats)
  • Periodontics (6 Seats)
  • Pediatric & Preventive Dentistry (6 Seats)
  • Oral Pathology & Microbiology (3 Seats)
  • Public Health Dentistry (4 Seats)


  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics
  • Prosthodontics and Crown & Bridge
  • Periodontics
  • Orthodontics
  • Oral Pathology & Microbiology


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Patient Services

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Whatever your dental needs, an entire range of dental care is available through nine specialty clinics at Sibar Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital. All new patients receive an oral examination to detect existing or potential problems. Based on the findings in the examination the following services will be provided:

  • Implant Dentistry
  • Prosthodontics (crowns, bridges)
  • Endodontics (root canal therapy)
  • Orthodontics (braces)
  • General Dentistry
  • Dental Hygiene (cleanings)
  • Pediatric Dentistry
  • Periodontics (treatment of gums)
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Regular biopsy services
  • Hematological and Biochemical investigations

Dental treatment at SIDS is a fee-for-service dental practice with fees that are far less comparable to other dental practices in Andhra Pradesh. Experienced Patient Account Representatives can help you to understand your comprehensive treatment plan.

Hours of Operation:
Out Patient timings - 9.00 a.m to 3.30 p.m (Monday to Saturday expect on public holidays)
Maps and Directions:


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Our mission of conducting Continuing Dental Education is to facilitate learning and change in the practice of oral health care to improve oral health outcomes.

SIDS is dedicated to excellence in CDE with a focus on providing evidence based program content to dental professionals and students nationwide.

In this effort, eminent speakers both within the nation and international are constantly invited thus creating a platform for dental health care globalization.

Many of our seminar attendees show their approval for the quality and value of our programs by choosing to become our regular and repeat attendees.



We are glad to inform that a committee has been formed for medical and dental continuing education ( MEDICAL DENTAL EDUCATION CELL, MDEC) for improvement and enhancement of academic activities for under graduates, post graduates & faculty 



Contact us


Takkellapadu, Guntur 522 509, Andhra Pradesh, India
Phone : + 91-863 -2292149, 2292249
Fax : + 91-863-2292139
Email : info@sids.ac.in

Principal & Dean :

Dr. L. Krishna Prasad, Principal
Phone : +91-98481 23244
Email : dr_lkp@sids.ac.in

For Admissions :

Dr. T. Krishna Mohan, Director
Phone : +91-98488 85655
Email : info@sids.ac.in

Director – Student Affairs & Chief Administrative Officer

Praneeth Lingamaneni
Phone : +91-98488 85659
Email : praneeth@sids.ac.in

For organising Free Dental Health camps in your village/town/school please contact:

Dr. L.Subba Rao, MS (General Surgeon), Cheif Co-ordinator
Phone : 09246477333
Email : info@sids.ac.in
Dr. P. Srinivas, M.D.S., Head – Dept. of Public Health Dentistry
Phone : +91 98493 68466
Email : info@sids.ac.in

Other Contacts :
Dr. M. Prakash, Vice-Principal, Hospital Administration
Phone : +91-94401 52542
Email : info@sids.ac.in
Dr. B. Venkat Ramana Reddy, Vice-Principal, Student Affairs
Phone : +91-98488 85660
Email : drramanabv@sids.ac.in