Top 10 medical colleges in India


Medical colleges in India provide medical education. It provides all the various medical courses and they can do training as well. The students can choose their career in the medical if they have a passion to study. There are various medical courses available in the best colleges in India.

1. Kasturba Medical College, Manipal

Kasturba medical college is established in 1953 in Karnataka, India. The colleges were established in a single unit and later became colleges with teaching hospitals.

2. King George's Medical University

King George's medical university is located in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. This is a medical college, and hospital which has 1250 undergraduate students including 280 dental students and 450 postgraduate students. In 2002 the Government of Uttar Pradesh, led by Mayawati of the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), granted university status to the college and renamed it Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University (CSMMU), under the Uttar Pradesh Chhatrapati Shahuji Medical University Act, 2002.

3. Maulana Azad Medical College

Maulana Azad medical college is a medical college in New Delhi, India affiliated with the University of Delhi and run by the Delhi government. It is established in 1959 at Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg near Delhi gate.

4. St. John's medical college

It was established in 1963. St. John's medical college is situated in Bangalore, India and is a private medical college. The college annually accepts 150 students for the MBBS undergraduate course based on a national entrance exam. It also accepts 100 postgraduate students (80 MD & 20 Diploma) in several medical specialities. The college culfest Autumn Muse is one of the oldest in South India.

5. Madras Medical College

Madras Medical College (MMC) is a public medical college located in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. Established on 2 February 1835, it is the third oldest medical college in India, established after the Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education.

6. Dayanand Medical College

Dr Banarsi Dass Soni, former Captain in the Indian Military Service, conceived the idea in 1934 and started Arya Medical School in a rented building in Civil Lines, Ludhiana. In 1936, the management of the school was handed over to the Arya Samaj, Saban Bazar, Ludhiana, under the aegis of Arya Pratinidhi Sabha, Punjab.

7. Grant Medical College

The Grant Government Medical College, Mumbai, is a public medical college, affiliated with the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences. Founded in 1845, it is one of the oldest institutions teaching medicine in South Asia.

8. JSS Medical College

JSS Medical College (JSSMC) is a medical college based in Mysore, Karnataka, India. The graduate and post-graduate programs of the college are recognized by the Medical Council of India. The courses offered are also recognized by General Medical Council (UK), Sri Lanka Medical Council and WHO. The college has been recognized by the Royal College of Obstetricians. 

9. Armed Forces Medical College

Established in May 1948 as a post-graduate teaching institution after World War II on the recommendation of the BC Roy Committee, remnants of various Indian Army Medical Corps units were amalgamated to create the Armed Forces Medical Services. 

10. University College of Medical Sciences

The University College of Medical Sciences was founded in 1971 by efforts of the Health Minister of Delhi.[2] The Health Ministry proposed to provide medical education to every student who qualified. Even with the presence of two medical colleges in Delhi, MAMC and LHMC, many students were denied the opportunity to study medicine.

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