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Doctors are often regarded “Life Saviours”, one step closer to God. Thus it is really one of the most prestigious, responsible, respectable and giving profession in the society. In India, medicine has always been a preferred profession right from the Vedic times.

Generally the degree for Bachelor's in Medical is termed as MBBS, composed mainly of two broad terms: Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. This course generally extends over a period of four and half years. There are other synonymous courses like MBBS but with different specializations namely Dental Medicine or B.D.S (Bachelors’ in Dental Science), Homeopathic Medicine, Unani Medicine, Ayurvedic Medicine. Medical field has other vast opportunities in allied fields like: - optometry, anaesthetics, nursing, physiotherapy, radiology, pathology, veterinary, paramedical, prosthetics and radioisotope techniques.

With a MBBS degree right after graduation, students can make themselves enroll in government and private hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, health departments, medical departments of Defence, Navy, Army directly under the Central Government as well as, charitable organizations. Many students also apply for post-graduation either in MS (post-graduation in General Surgery) or MD (post-graduation in General Medicine). With advancement in science and technology and changing needs of people new specializations are emerging in this field.

Beside the general practice in healing people and taking care of them, a career in medicine also opens other opportunities like hospital administration, handling of medical instruments/innovations, counselling etc.


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AIIMS 2018 Entrance Examination: Detailed Information

 

Updated as on April 6, 2018

 

The All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) (established in 1956) is one of the premier medical institutions of the country. The Institute awards its own medical degrees and other academic distinctions. Every year AIIMS conducts common medical entrance exam for UG Medical admissions (only for AIIMS Institutes).

AIIMS 2018 entrance examination: Dates Schedule

Candidate can register for AIIMs MBBS application form from 5th February 2018 to 5th March 2018 (5:00 PM).

Notifications Dates
Candidate can make changes in AIIMs MBBS application form 8th March 2018 to 12th March 2018
Declaration of final registration status of submitted application form rejection / deficiencies 20th March 2018 to 28th March 2018
Admit Card  10th May 2018

AIIMS MBBS entrance exam will be held on 26th May 2018 & 27th May 2018 with two shifts per day i.e morning shift from 9:00am to 12:30pm and evening shift from 3:00pm to 6:30pm. Declaration of results will be updated on the official website by 18th June 2018.

Candidates will choose the choice of exam city from the 155 cities available. For each state, city options will be displayed indicating total available/occupied seats. 9 AIIMS Institutes in New Delhi, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur, Rishikesh, Guntur and Nagpur Institutes are Participating.

AIIMS will offer admissions to a total of 807 MBBS seats with the two new AIIMS admitting a batch of 50 MBBS students each.

Fee Details:

Candidates will be required to pay the requisite application fee. The payment can be made online through credit/debit/net banking methods. For General and OBC category candidates will have to pay Rs 1,500/- and those belonging to SC/ST category will have to pay Rs 1,200/-. OPH category candidates are exempted from paying the application fee.

Eligibility Criteria:

Candidate should have completed minimum 17 years of age as of December 31, 2018. Candidate should have passed Intermediate physics, chemistry biology and english scoring atleast 50 percent marks of general category, 45 percent marks of obc category and 40 percent marks of SC / ST category.

AIIMS 2018 Exam Pattern:

The AIIMS MBBS exam will be conducted through CBT (Computer Based Test)  The duration of exam shall be 3 ½ hours. Online CBT test will be held on 26th May 2018 & 27th May 2018 with two shifts per day i.e morning shift from 9:00am to 12:30pm and evening shift from 3:00pm to 6:30pm. Questions will be Objective Type (Multiple Choice and Reason Assertion type) and will be provided either in English or in Hindi language according to the choice of candidates. For each correct answer will get score of One mark. For each wrong answer 1/3 mark will be deducted. The AIIMS MBBS exam consist of  200 questions, with 60 questions asked each subjects from  Physics, Chemistry and Biology, and 10 questions each from General Knowledge and Aptitude & Logical Thinking.

Syllabus of AIIMS Entrance Exam 2018:

GK & General Awareness: Geography, History, India Independence, Science,  International Organizations, Computer Science, Current Affairs.

Physics: Electricity,  Circular Motion, Electromagnetic Induction,  Electricity, Electronic Devices, Kinetic Theory of Gases, Measurement, Motion, Nuclear Physics,  first law of Thermodynamics, Physics of the Atom: Thermodynamics: Work and heat, Solids, Wave Motion: Optics, etc.

Chemistry: General & Inorganic Chemistry, Molecule and Chemical Bond, Periodic Properties of Elements, Structure of Atom, Organic Chemistry, Chemistry of Elements and Compounds, Physical Chemistry, Chemical Equilibrium, Energetic, State of Matter, etc.

Zoology: Anatomy and Physiology, Developmental Biology, Diversity of Animal Life, Genetics and Evolution (Fundamentals only), Histology, Reproductive System, etc.

Botany: Absorption and cell water relations, transport of water and minerals, Anatomy and Physiology of Plants, Meristems-Plant growth and development, Botany and Human Welfare, Importance, History, Factors and mechanism, Internal structure of dicot and monocot leaves photosynthesis, Internal and external regulators of growth and development in plants, Internal structure of dicot and monocot roots, Internal structure of stem and secondary growth, Tropic and turgor movements, Transpiration & respiration, Xylem and Phloem-their cell elements and functions, etc.

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The examination covers the whole syllabus and evaluates the understanding level of aspirants. So its preferred to be thorough through the syllabus. 

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JIPMER Examination: A complete guide

 

Updated as on April 5, 2018

 

Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research in Puducherry is one of the leading Medical Institutions of India. JIPMER imparts Undergraduate (UG), Postgraduate (PG) and Super Specialty Medical Training through a working hospital (JIPMER Hospital) with bed strength of Sanctioned 2134 and a Nursing College.

M.B.B.S., B.Sc., M.Sc., M.D., M.S, Degree Courses are offered in 43 disciplines.

The institute conducts its own entrance examination. MBBS course duration is 4 years and 6 months as per the Academic Calendar of JIPMER followed by ONE year of Compulsory Rotatory Internship for award of Degree.

 

JIPMER 2018 Examination

Date schedule for JIPMER Exam 2018

Please find below the date schedule for JIPMER entrance examination:

Events

Dates

Online registration starting date

07th March 2018 11.00 AM

online registration Last date

13th April 2018 5.00 PM

Download Hall Tickets from JIPMER

website www.jipmer.puducherry.gov.in

21st May 2018 10.00 AM to

03rd June 8.00 AM

Exam date

03rd June 2018

Result

On or before 20th June 2018

Seats available

200 seats (150 seats at JIPMER, Puducherry + 50 seats at JIPMER, Karaikal)

Minimum age limit

17 years of age as of December 31, 2018

 

Fee Details for JIPMER Exam 2018:

For General & Others

Rs.1500/- + Transaction Fees

For SC/ST/PWD

Rs.1200/- +  Transaction Fees

 For NRI/OCI

Rs.3000 + Transaction charges

Persons with disabilities(PWD)

Application Fees Exempted

 

Exam Pattern for JIPMER Exam 2018:

 

  • Mode of Exam: The exam will be conducted through CBT (Computer Based Test).
  • Duration: The exam duration will be 2 ½ hours.
  • Exam Shifts: First Shift (10:00 AM to 12:30 PM) and Second Shift (3:00 PM to 5:30 PM).
  • Type of Question: Questions will be Objective Type (Multiple Choice and Reason - Assertion type).
  • No. of Question: Total 200 questions will be asked in the examination.
  • Language: Question paper will be provided only in English.
  • Marking Scheme: Four marks will be given for each correct answer.
  • Negative Marking: One mark will be deducted for incorrect answer.

Apart from Physics, Chemistry and Biology the examination paper consists of questions from English Language and Logical & Quantitative Reasoning as well. The marks distribution is listed below:

Subject

No. of Question

Physics

60

Chemistry

60

Biology

60

English Language and Comprehension

10

Logical & Quantitative Reasoning

10

Total

200

 

Syllabus of JIPMER Entrance Exam 2018

English Language and Comprehension:

  • Section A: Reading Unseen Passages and Note-Making
  • Section B: Writing Skills
  • Section C: Literature and Long Reading

 

Logic and Quantitative Reasoning:

Coding and Decoding, Figure Completion Test, Substitution, Blood Relationships, Theme Detection, Number and Alphabetical Series, Quantitative Aptitude, etc.

 

Physics:

Electricity, Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current, Thermodynamics, Optics, Electromagnetic Waves,  Electrostatics, Electronic Devices, Nature of Matter, Atoms & Nuclei, Electronic Devices and Communication Systems,  Magnetic effect of current & Magnetism.

 

Chemistry:

Surface Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Biomolecules, Alcohols, Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acid, Phenols & Ethers, D & F Block Elements, P Block Elements, Halo Alkanes and Haloarenes, Polymers, Solid State, Solutions, Chemistry in Everyday Life, Chemical Kinetics, Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen, Coordination Compounds, Isolation of Elements

 

Biology:

Structural Organization in Plants and Animals, Cell Structure and Function, Human Physiology, Biotechnology, Diversity in Living Organisms, Genetics and Evolution, Biology and Human Warfare, Plant Physiology, Ecology and Environment.

 

Eligibility Criteria:

(i) The Applicant should be an Indian National / Overseas Citizen of India.

(ii) He/she has completed age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December 2018, the year of his/her admission to the 1st year M.B.B.S., i.e. they should have been born on or before 01-01-2002. (Request for relaxation from the prescribed age limit will not be considered for any category of applicants).

No upper age limit.

(iii) The applicants should have passed the qualifying examinations in the manner mentioned below:

(a) The Higher / Senior Secondary Examination or the Indian School Certificate:- Examination which is equivalent to 10+2 Higher / Senior Secondary Examination after a period of 12 years study, the last two years of such study comprising Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Bio-technology (which shall include practical tests in these subjects) or any other elective with English at a level not less than the core course for English as prescribed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training after introduction of the 10+2+3 educational structure as recommended by the National Committee on Education (Annexure - I lists the examinations recognized by JIPMER)

(b) The Candidates who have passed the qualifying examination other than those mentioned in the list , will have to submit an Eligibility Certificate before admission is finalized. Obtaining such an Eligibility Certificate from Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi is essential for OCI/NRI for admission to JIPMER M.B.B.S. Course.

(c) The applicant must have passed in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 60% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology at the qualifying examination.

(d) For candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribe or Other Backward Classes / OPH the minimum marks obtained in the Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology taken together in the qualifying examination is 50%.

(d) For OPH candidates in general category the minimum marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Biotechnology taken together in the qualifying examination is 50%.

How to apply:

1) Candidates seeking admission to entrance examination are required to apply online mode only. (Any other mode of application will not be accepted.)

2) Log on to link in the Home page www.jipmer.puducherry.gov.in and navigate to the link

“Apply online MBBS admission – 2018”.

3) Read the prospectus and instruction carefully.

4) The flow chart for filling application on-line given as Appendix (ANNEXURE – V) in the Prospectus.

5) The candidate should acquaint himself/herself with all requirements with regard to filling up the application online.

 

How to prepare for the examinations:

The syllabus of the examination is mostly aligned with other medical exams like NEET and AIIMS. Candidates need to practice consistently to increase their speed and accuracy. 

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NEET Examination: All you want to know

 

National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) is the qualifying examination for aspirants who wish to graduate as MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery), BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) or want to pursue postgraduate course (MD / MS) in government or private medical colleges in India. 
NEET-UG replaced the AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test) examinations and state entrance examinations held earlier.
However some of the entrance examinations are outside the purview of NEET, and hence are conducted independently by respective institutes. 
Exams outside the purview of NEET are listed below:

  • AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences)
  • JIPMER (Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research)
  • Postgraduate Institute for Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh

 

NEET-UG EXAM PATTERN


Mode of NEET-UG exam: Offline
NEET-UG question type: MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions)
NEET-UG Exam Duration: 3 Hours
Frequency of NEET-UG examination: Once in a year
Sectional Distribution in Exam: Total 180 questions will be asked in NEET-UG examination, equally distributed amid four sections i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Every correct answer will fetch 4 marks to candidates while for wrong answers one mark will be deducted.
Phases in NEET-UG: There is only one phase for the NEET-UG examination.
Age limit: The upper age limit for NEET-UG is 25 years as on the date of examination. Relaxation of 5 years is provided to candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC category and persons entitled for reservation under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016.

 

NEET-UG 2018


The 2018 NEET-UG examination will be held on 6th May 2018.
With preparations being in last leg for the NEET entrance test, it is preferable for the candidates to focus more on improving their speed and accuracy. Along with revision of key notes, students should focus on regular practice of mock tests.
 

Career in Nursing - Overview

Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life. Nursing forms the largest group of professionals who work in the health sector. Their job involves giving bedside care to convalescing patients, attending to new-borns, to assisting physicians during examination and operation of patients.

In India, nursing is a profession largely chosen by women. According to statistics, Kerala and Rajasthan churn out the largest numbers at present. The space occupied by male nurses is still limited to those spaces that require the least interaction with patients such as the ICU. However, people still do not accept male nurses especially in obstetrics/ gynaecology departments.

The Health Ministry hopes 22,000 new nurses will enter the profession annually. The numbers show India lacks 1 lakh auxiliary nurse midwives and 4 lakh general nurse midwives.

The English nurse “Florence Nightingale” was the founder of the modern nursing over the world. Nursing is the essential part of our medical system. Nursing is the right career option for those candidates who have the zeal and interest to serve the mankind. The person who believed in the curing of medically ill people and can work in hard condition for long hours may choose the nursing as the career for himself/herself.

Hospital nurses constitute by far the largest group. Their responsibilities are

  • Assisting physicians during examination and operation of patients
  • They record temperature and pulse rate
  • Administer medication orally and hypodermically injections
  • Change dressings
  • Assist patient in personal care
  • Maintain patient’s treatment record, temperature, respiration, pulse rate, nourishment, progress etc.
  • Nurses observe patient’s condition closely and report the progress to the physicians
  • They prepare patients for examination or operation and help to maintain a healthy and hygienic environment
  • They must ensure that cleanliness is maintained in the wards to check the spread of communicable diseases
  • Senior nurses are designated as Matron or Nursing Superintendent and they are responsible for supervision of the work of nurses and related administrative

A nursing career is not easy; it is a mentally and physically demanding field. Nurses are exposed to health risks such as infectious diseases while caring for their patients. Waste management in terms of disposal of syringes, wearing gloves and masks need to be followed strictly. Long hours of work are part of the parcel, you need to be service oriented, willing to work extra hours and put in night shifts. To excel as a nurse, develop loads of patience, courage and a smile that comes automatically.

Eligibility

Options for studying nursing

A student has various options available to enter the nursing profession. One can pursue a diploma, graduate or postgraduate course in nursing. You can also opt for midwifery courses though some nursing courses.

Diploma courses

  • ANM (Auxiliary Nursing & Midwife) -18 months
  • GNM (General Nursing & Midwife) -3.5 years

UG Degree courses

  • B. Sc - Basic (Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Basic) 4 Years
  • B. Sc - Post Basic (Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Post Basic) - 2 Years
  • B. Sc - Distance (Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Distance) - 3 Years

Bachelor’s programme In order to be eligible, you need to have completed 10+2 in Science with Biology, Physics and Chemistry as subjects. The duration of the course depends on the institute but is typically for 4 years. As a student, you would receive training in theory as well as practical aspects of nursing. The course will provide you with basic knowledge about nursing, first-aid and midwifery as well.

Auxiliary programme ANM is Auxiliary Nurse Midwife/Health worker course, eligibility is having completed Class 10 and the duration is for 18 months. You would be provided with training of health-related issues usually related to people living in rural areas; the focus is largely on children, mothers and old people. One can study further by opting for an MSc in Nursing; the duration is for 2 years. Some continue to do an MPhil or PhD. Doing post basic specialty diploma courses is more common along with continuing programmes. Nurses, in some specialties, such as those working in intensive care units, are required to takes extra courses after the basic training and a few years work experience.

Skills Required

  • Compassion
  • Communication Skills
  • Ethics
  • Critical Thinking
  • Attention to detail
  • Confidence
  • Adaptability
  • Stamina

Scope

The one and the best part of this field is that nurses never remain unemployed. They easily get the job in health care organizations and hospital. This is the field where you may get the government job easily.

At present, the nursing homes and private hospitals are mushrooming across the country. By the growing numbers of health care centres the nursing professional are not sufficient in numbers. Every year the government hires 22000 nurses in India and even after that we are lacking with 4 lakh nurses.

After the completion of this course, you may get the respectful position and good platform to boost career in nursing care. One would have to dispense medication, keep complete records of each patient’s progress, set up and operate medical equipment along with administration and routine duties. As you gain seniority, you would need to manage people functioning in areas like the psychiatric, paediatric and intensive care units. Part of your job as a nurse would include health education to individuals, families and other groups. Also, you would need to instruct on nutrition, child care as well as disease prevention. Nursing is multi-faceted. You can become an educator, researcher or practitioner. In each, you have another set of choices available like geriatrics, women, children and accident survivor care.

The top job profiles in the field of nursing are as the following

  • Staff Nurse
  • Assistant Nursing Superintendent
  • Department Supervisor
  • Deputy Nursing Superintendent
  • Nursing Supervisor or Ward Sister
  • Director of Nursing
  • Nursing Superintendent
  • Teacher of Nursing
  • Community Health Nurse (CHN)
  • Military Nurse
  • Industrial Nurse
  • Nursing Service Administrators
  • Nursing Service overseas

Employment Area

The employment areas where nurses can work are as the following:

  • Government run hospitals
  • Super specialty hospital
  • Nursing homes
  • Orphanages
  • Old age homes
  • Private clinics
  • Embassies
  • Health Department
  • Schools
  • Industries
  • Sanatoriums
  • Armed Forces
  • Indian Red Cross Society
  • Indian Nursing Council
  • State Nursing Council
  • Educational institutions

Some of the Colleges offering courses in Nursing

  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences, AIIMS College of Nursing
  • Rajkumari Amrit Kaur College of Nursing, New Delhi
  • Jamia Hamdard, Faculty of Nursing
  • College of Nursing, Christian Medical College
  • College of Nursing, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh
  • Nizam’s Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad
  • Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai: Nursing
  • SNDT Faculty of Nursing, Mumbai
  • Hinduja Hospital, Mumbai: College of Nursing
  • Manipal University: Manipal College of Nursing
  • Apollo College of Nursing, Chennai
  • Amrita University: College of Nursing, Cochin
  • Government College of Nursing, Kottayam
  • Government College of Nursing, Calicut
  • Government College of Nursing, Thiruvananthapuram
  • CMC Ludhiana: College of Nursing
  • National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Bangalore: Department of Nursing
  • School of Health Sciences: IGNOU

 

Source: Government publication

Key Entrance Exams

For studying MBBS, following are the basic criteria

  • Should be minimum of 17 years of age.
  • Should have passed 12th standard board exam with at least 50% marks.
  • Subjects in the plus 2 must be Biology, Chemistry, Physics and English.

Criteria will be varying according to the choice of specializations in medical stream itself.

List of Medical Entrance Exams in India as per 2017

  • Agricultural Research Service and National Eligibility Test
  • All India Common Entrance Test
  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences
  • All India level Entrance Test
  • All India Post Graduate Medical Entrance Examination
  • All India Pre-Medical/ Pre-Dental Entrance Test
  • All India Pre-Veterinary Test
  • Andhra Pradesh PG Medical Entrance Exam
  • Annamalai University All India Medical Entrance Exam
  • Armed Forces Medical College Entrance Exam
  • Association of Managements of Unaided Private Medical and Dental
  • Banaras Hindu University (BHU) Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery Entrance Test
  • Banaras Hindu University Pre Medical Test
  • BLDE University under Graduate Entrance Test
  • Christian Medical College, Vellore
  • Common Entrance Test for Pondicherry Private Medical Colleges
  • Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka
  • Delhi University Medical / Dental Entrance Test
  • Delhi University Post Graduate Medical/Dental Entrance Test
  • Engineering, Agriculture and Medicine Common Entrance Test
  • Goa Common Entrance Test
  • Government of Maharashtra, State Common Entrance Test.
  • Gujarat Common Entrance Test for MBBS BDS Admission
  • Himachal Pradesh Combined Pre Medical Test
  • Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research
  • Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination
  • JSS University Mysore UG Medical & Dental Admission
  • Karnataka Common Entrance Test
  • Kerala Engineering Architecture Medical Examination
  • KLE University Post-Graduate All India Entrance Test
  • Madhya Pradesh All India Dental & Medical Admission Test
  • Maharashtra Common Entrance Test
  • Manipal Undergraduate Entrance test
  • National Academy of Agricultural Research Management Indian Council of Agricultural Research Senior Research Fellowship
  • NITTE University All India under Graduate Entrance Test
  • Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences Entrance Exam
  • Punjab Medical Entrance Test
  • Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth University Medical Common Entrance Test
  • Uttar Pradesh Combined Pre Medical Test
  • Uttarakhand Common Pre Medical Entrance Examination
  • Vinayaka Missions University All India Common Entrance Examination
  • West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam Medical

And then there is NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Test) which is taken up by the students as well. Generally all these exams are held around the months of April- May, at times till July.

 

Preparation

According to latest report the seats up for grabbing are 63835 approximately. So the preparation has to be very precise and accurate to maximum possibility. Biology, Physics, Chemistry are the basic subjects that the students has to be well versed. Apart from that there is coaching centers namely as Brilliant Tutorials, Aakash Institute, MediTech, Allen Career Institute-Kota, Elite Academy etc.

Recommended medical entrance exam preparation books are:

  • NCERT Books (Class XI and XII) for Physics, Chemistry and Biology
  • Biology: Pradeep’s Biology by S.C. Verma (Part-1 and 2)
  • Trueman’s Objective Biology Vol. I & II for Medical Entrance Examination by J.P. Goyal
  • Dinesh Objective Biology
  • Universal Self Scorer Biology for AIPMT, AIIMS, AFMC & Various Medical Entrance Exams by Universal Publishers
  • Chemistry: Organic Chemistry by Morrision & Boyd
  • Physical Chemistry by Peter Atkins & Julio de Paula
  • Modern ABC of Textbook Chemistry Vol. I & II For Class 12 by Dr. S. P. Jauhar
  • Arihant: An Objective Approach to Organic Chemistry by Dr. R.K. Gupta
  • Dinesh Objective Chemistry
  • C.B.S.E. P.M.T. (Vol. I, II and III) by Anil Aggarwal
  • Concepts of Physics (Part 1 and 2) by H.C. Verma
  • Oswaal 10 Mock test Papers for AIIMS Delhi (Medical)

Top medical colleges in India and around the Globe

Following are top Indian colleges based 2016 report of a leading magazine

Rank

Name Of Colleges

1

All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Delhi.

2

Christian Medical College, Vellore.

3

Armed Forces Medical College, Pune.

4

Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi.

5

Grant Medical College, Mumbai.

6

Lady Hardinge Medical College, Delhi.

7

King George’s Medical University, Lucknow.

8

Kasturba Medical College, Manipal.

9

University College of Medical Sciences & GTB Hospital, Delhi.

10

Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore.

 

Based on QS World University by Subject, top 10 Medical Department around the world are as follows

Rank

University name

1

Harvard University, U.S.

2

University of Oxford, U.K.

3

University of Cambridge, U.K.

4

Stanford University, U.S.

5

Johns Hopkins University, U.S.

6

University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.

7

University Of California, San Francisco, U.S.

8

Yale University, U.S.

9

University College London, U.K.

10

Karolinska, Sweden.


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