· Established in the year 1965 as Trivandrum Homoeopathic Medical College with DHMS (Diploma in Homoeopathy) course.
· Name changed to Shree Vidyadhiraja Homoeopathic Medical College in the year 1978 after merging of Trivandrum Homoeopathic Medical College Society to Shree Vidyadhiraja Vidya Samajam.
· Started Bachelor degree – BHMS – admitting 50 students per year, in the year 2001, after getting affiliation from Central Council of Homoeopathy & University of Kerala.
· ‘Direct Payment System’ (DPS) introduced by Government of Kerala from 01-09-2002, thus becoming a Govt. Aided College.
· Affiliation shifted to Kerala University of Health Sciences, Mulakunnathukavu, Thrissur, in the year 2009.
· Twelve Academic Departments: Anatomy, Physiology & Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacy, Forensic Medicine, Community Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Practice of Medicine, Repertory, Organon of Medicine and Materia Medica.
· 25 bedded Teaching Hospital with all facilities including Pharmacy, Clinical Laboratory, Ultra-Sound Scanning, ECG, X-Ray unit, Labour room, Operation Theatre etc.
· 43 doctors in teaching departments & 4 medical officers in teaching hospital.
· 48 staff members in non-teaching positions.
· Full-fledged Library having more than 10,000 books with a collection of very rare books in Homoeopathy.
· A clean & healthy Canteen in the campus with 5 additional staff, serving free food three times a day to all the hospital in-patients.
· College Bus & Hospital Ambulance
· A Ladies hostel working with 10 additional staff members at Mottamoodu near Pravachambalam, around 3 kilometres from the College. (College bus used for transportation)
· First Rank & Third rank in BHMS degree for the year 2016 and Second rank in the year 2017, awarded to students of SVHMC, Nemom by Kerala University of Health Sciences. 100% pass in the final year examination in 2017.
· All Classrooms equipped with LCD projector & Laptop Computer Lab with internet facility and Homoeopathic Software Seminar hall equipped with High-tech Public addressing system and interactive projector