Institute of Naval Medicine

Mumbai, India

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  • Institute of Naval Medicine

    Established: 1966 Mumbai

    This Indian Navy shore establishment at Colaba in Mumbai has developed over the last 46 years into a recognized centre of excellence for occupational health advice, training and research.

    Branch: Indian Navy

    Motto: "Sha-no Varuna" / May the Lord of the Oceans be auspicious unto us

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