Medicine is one such field that keeps on growing. Doctors and researchers spend their entire lives while trying to look for the cure of a disease. What is peculiar about this field is that you will find no start or end to acquiring new knowledge. With the medical industry rising every day, India is fast becoming one of the most preferred destinations for medical tourism. As affordable medical care is within the reach, it is among the widely opted career choices in India.
However, the growing demand for such courses has led to a strong competition for the limited seats. Therefore, aspirants are turning towards the private medical institutions and deemed universities which provide them a wider choice in terms of career options.
Here are a few of the top medical colleges
All India Institute of Medical Sciences – It is a premier institute for medicine and research throughout India. The institution demonstrates a high level of medicine education in the country. It is a medical school of national repute.
Vardhman Mahavir Medical College – The foundation of this institution was laid in 2001. This college is associated with Guru Gobind Singh IP University. The institute also conducts training workshops, seminars, research activities and projects to encourage future doctors to adopt interactive learning.
Maulana Azad Medical College – It was established in the year of 1959 and is affiliated to Delhi University. The college provides degrees in MBBS and post graduate degrees in MD, MS and super speciality courses, such as DM and MCh.
Army College of Medical Sciences – Started in 2008, the college is under Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. It runs with the support of Army Welfare Education Society to provide education to the children of the military personnel. It specialises in undergraduate level courses only.
Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences – It offers all treatments related to the liver, biliary tract and pancreatic diseases. It was set up as an autonomous institution in 2009. The institute offers services like In-Patient and Out-Patient Department services, critical care and Gastro-Intestinal Bleed ICU.
Lady Hardinge Medical College – A medical school for women, Lady Hardinge Medical College was set up in 1916 by the Delhi University. The institution imparts education in various courses comprising both the graduate and postgraduate level.
University College of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi – It was established in the year 1971 as an autonomous institution under the aegis of University of Delhi. The educational institution offers various paramedical and medical courses under its umbrella to the aspirants who are looking forward to pursuing an M.B.B.S. course, an M.D. or M.S. and Ph. D. in various specialisations. The college runs its courses in association with Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital.