50 Top Medical Colleges In India

 
 

Rank

College Name

City

1

All India Institute Of Medical Sciences (AIIMS)

New-Delhi

2

Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC)

New Delhi

3

Vardhman Mahavir Medical College And Safadarjung Hospital

New Delhi

4

University College Of Medical Sciences (UCMS)

Kozikode

5

Government Medical College

Kozikode

6

Seth Gordhandas Sunderdas Medical College And King Edward Memorial Hospital

Mumbai

7

Jawaharlal Institute Of Postgraduate Medical Education And Research(JIPMER)

Puducherry

8

Lady Hardinge Medical College

New Delhi

9

Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University

Lucknow

10

Christian Medical College (CMC)

Vellore

11

Rajendra Institute of Medical Science (RIMS)

Ranchi

12

Government Medical College

Thiruvananthapuram

13

Christian Medical College (CMC)

Ludhiana

14

Dakshin Kesri Muni Mishrilalji Homoeopathic Medical College

Aurangabad

15

B.J.Medical College

Ahmedabad

16

Government Medical College

Chandigarh

17

Banaras Hindu University

Varanasi

18

Bangalore Medical College

Bangalore

 

19

Sawai ManSingh Medical College

Jaipur

20

Grant Medical College & Sir J.J.Hospital

Mumbai

21

Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma Post Graduate Institute Of Medical Sciences

Rohtak

22

Shrirama Chandra Bhanj Medical College

Cuttak

23

Kasturba Medical College

Manipal

24

Sardar Patel Medical College

Bikaner

25

M.G.M. Medical College

Indore

26

Kasturba Medical College

Mangalore

27

Madras Medical College

Chennai

28

Government Medical College

Surat

29

Calcutta National Medical College

Surat

30

Armed Forces Medical College

Pune

31

Government Medical College

Kottayam

32

Dr. Sampurnanand Medical College

Jodhpur

33

Government Medical College

Patiala

34

Tirumala Devaswom Medical College

Alappuzha

35

Government Medical College

Thrissur

36

Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College

Mumbai

37

Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences

Wardha

38

Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial Medical College

Kanpur

39

Aligarh Muslim University

Aligarh

40

Sarojini Naidu Medical College

Agra

41

Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical

Ajmer

42

Bhartiya Vidyapeeth Medical College

Pune

43

Government Medical College

Nagpur

44

Bahiramjee Jijibhai Medical College

Pune

45

Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Medical College

Meerut

46

Topiwala National Medical College

Mumbai

47

Maharaja Krishna Chandra Gajapati Medical College & Hospital

Brahmapur

48

Stanley Medical College

Chennai

49

Government Medical College

Amritsar

50

Chattisgarh Institute of Medical Sciences

Bilaspur

 

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Armed Forces Medical College admissions through all-India test

Admissions to the medical undergraduate (MBBS) course at the Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) here will now be done on the basis of the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) 2014, which will be conducted on May 4 by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Candidates will have to register separately online for AFMC in March-April.

Until 2012-13, AFMC conducted an all-India entrance test. It decided to join the Medical Council of India's National Eligibilty-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) scheme from the 2013-14 academic year for admissions to both undergraduateand postgraduate (PG) courses. Last year, however, the Supreme Court scrapped NEET.

"We have now decided to join the CBSE-conducted all India entrance for admissions to the AFMC," Air Marshal D P Joshi, director general of armed forces medical services, said on Wednesday.

For PG courses, admissions in 2014 will be effected through the All India PG Medical Entrance Examination (AIPGMEE). On qualifying, candidates have to apply to AFMS institutes online. The counselling is also proposed to be online, an AFMC official said.

The process for submission of online applications for the AIPMT 2014 has already been completed. Admit cards will be issued in April while the AIPMT results will be declared in the first week of June. source-timesofindia.indiatimes.com

sound waves can treat brain tumour

The procedure was conducted at the Focused Ultrasound Center of University Children's Hospital Zurich using InSightec's Exablate Neuro system.

According to sources, Neal F Kassell, who is the chairman of the Focused Ultrasound Foundation, said the treatment of this patient is the first critical step in the path to developing a new, non-invasive approach for patients with brain tumours that could serve as an alternative to surgery or radiation therapy.

The patient was reportedly awake and responsive during the treatment and the team of researchers was successfully able to target and destroy a part of the tumor located deep within the patient’s brain.

Experts say that focused ultrasound with its ability to noninvasively and accurately target and destroy diseased areas while sparing healthy adjacent brain tissue could be the breakthrough that patients and physicians have been waiting for. source-post.jagran.com

Surgery by Tiny medical robot

According to sources, it has been designed in a manner that it slips inside a person's body through a small belly button incision and inflate the patient's abdominal cavity with an inert gas to create room for work.

The robot can reportedly perforate gastric ulcers, cauterize and suture wounds or perform emergency appendectomies.

Sources say the robot will be controlled by a human operator using a device that has a monitor and a foot pedal.

Scientists say that a human operator would control the robot using two Phantom Omni haptic devices that provide feedback, a monitor and a foot pedal.
Source-post.jagran.com

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