5 Most Preferred Medical Colleges in Delhi

By Team Aakash Byju's

Searching for the 5 most preferred medical colleges in Delhi? We are here to sort it out.

All India Institute of Medical Science

It is one of the most prestigious universities in Delhi. Established in 1956, this institute is successfully ranking No.1 on NIRF. It provides a highly effective combination of theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of medicine and offers about 92 courses in over 43 disciplines and multiple specializations.

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Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences

The mission of this institute is to become a dedicated international centre of excellence for the diagnosis, management and advanced training and research in the field of liver and biliary diseases. It is a deemed university that aspires to become a unique model for an academic career both for the national and international students and the faculty. It ranks 12 on NIRF.

Maulana Azad Medical College

It was established in 1959 under the University of Delhi and ranks 17 on NIRF. The courses offered include MBBS, MD, MS, Diploma, and M.Ch specializations. Admissions to all courses are solely entrance based and accept NEET scores.

Vardhman Mahavir Medical College & Safdarjung Hospital

It is the largest hospital well known for its quality of services to all strata of society. As on date, it has more than 1550 beds including bassinets and ranks 18 on NIRF. It has an annual OPD attendance of more than 10 lakh patients. It has departments like Cardiac Surgery, Cardiology, Neurology, Urology, Nephrology, Respiratory Medicine, Burns & Plastic, Pediatric Surgery, Gastroenterology, etc.

Lady Hardinge Medical College

It is a premier all girls medical college and ranks 22 on NIRF. It was established in 1916. There are 200 MBBS seats offered by Lady Hardinge Medical College for female candidates. The post-graduate courses are open to both male and female candidates.