GUIDELINES FOR TRAVELLERS
before taking appointment
For all vaccinations Original passport is
Bring original passport & printout of your appointment.
Have breakfast / lunch before coming for vaccination.
vaccine on an empty stomach.
Do not take any antibiotics 24 hours prior to vaccination.
Wear loose and short sleeves while coming for vaccination.
People with history of allergy to egg should inform the Medical
Officer before taking vaccine.
People suffering with fever should not take any vaccine.
Minimum gap of one month should be maintained between 1st &
2nd doses of MMR / Hepatitis B vaccine.
Do not take more than 2 vaccines on a singles day.
Person who have to take multiple vaccines.
Once you have
completed vaccination on any appointed day, take the next vaccination
after a gap of one month.
Students who want to go for TB (Montoux)
test and also take
any other Vaccine:
First go for Mantoux test,
collect report after 48 hours and
take Vaccine. Take any
vaccine appointment accordingly.
There is no need of taking online appointment of Mantoux test.
for Mantoux Test 8.30 A.M to 12.30 P.M.
Test will be
at Central Reception Section.
Persons who have taken any vaccine in the recent past should inform
the same before taking vaccine here.
Do not take any vaccine just before your date of departure.
Give a gap
of at least one week between vaccination and departure day.
All vaccines (except Yellow fever given on Tuesday and Fridays.)
have to be purchased outside and you have to come along with
Appointment for Yellow Fever
& Oral Polio Vaccine will be given
on Tuesday and Fridays only.
Service charges: Rs. 50/- per
Charges for Yellow Fever vaccine: Rs. 250/-(Rs. 200/- for vaccine +
50/- for service charges).
These charges should be paid at the cash counter and receipt to
Come at least 10minutes before the time of appointment.
As per the instructions of Govt. of India, persons visiting the
following countries have to take oral polio vaccine at least 6 weeks
prior to their arrivals at any Indian
port of entry
ISRAEL, PAKISTAN, AFGHANISTAN.
Pregnant women should inform the doctor before taking vaccination.
WISH YOU HAPPY JOURNEY!