ERA EDUCATIONAL TRUST AND ITS OBJECTIVES
Era Educational Trust (EET) is a registered body established with the primary aim and objectives of providing educational facilities to the needy and deserving population of the society. The EET has been conceptualized as a "Centre of Excellence" in Medicare , Education , Training and Research. Era Educational Trust, which enjoys the patronage and support of some of India's well known academicians in the medical fraternity, manages Era's Lucknow Medical College and Hospital. Era's Lucknow Medical College is affiliated to Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia, Avadh University, Faizabad and is recognized by the Medical Council of India / Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. Era's Lucknow Medical College is an unaided minority educational institute; nevertheless it is completely secular in its outlook.
Era's Lucknow Medical College & Hospital brings to the semi-urban and rural population in and around Lucknow the best medical facilities in the state at subsidized rates. The charity work done by the hospital benefits the poorest of the poor. Free admission, free medicine and free meals are provided to patients from underprivileged sections of society. Diagnostic services are also available free of cost for such patients.
The registration fee for a patient is a token amount of Re. 1/- after which the patient can consult highly experienced doctors for a period of 15 days during which patient is also provided with medicines. Beds are provided to in-patients @ Rs. 5 /- per day.
For the children of employees of ELMC&H an English medium school has been established within the campus. Books are provided free of cost. Uniform is provided at subsidized rates. A nominal fee of Rs. 50/- per month is charged which is further reduced to Rs. 10/- to charge as a token amount for Extremely needy students just to maintain their self respect.
The EET through its tireless efforts aims at inculcating the traits of honesty, compassion, courage, persistence and responsibility among students, so as to enable them to become competent doctors on one hand, and sensitive and caring human beings on the other.