Govt | Est. 1916 | New Delhi, Delhi
The Lady Hardinge Medical College, Is a pioneer in the field of Medical Education and one of the oldest Medical college in India. It was the first Women Medical College in India, for exclusively training women undergraduate students. The college was founded by Lady Hardinge of Penhurst, the wife of the then Viceroy of India, in order to overcome the orthodox trends prevailing the contemporary India, amongst the parents’ minds against educating their daughters in co-educational Colleges. The college was named in memory of Lady Hardinge who had put in a great effort to get this college into reality but unfortunately died before the College could be operational. Finally, the institution was formally opened in 1916 and since then, the doctors who have tread the paths of this college have achieved fame worldwide and have risen to key positions and outshone in their respective fields. The college became a part of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi in 1950. The college is funded by the Government of India. In February 1978, the management was taken over by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare under an Act of Parliament. The College is affiliated to Delhi University and is recognized by the National Medical Commission (NMC). It has an annual intake of 240 seats in MBBS, 167 seats in 26 disciplines of Post-Graduate studies and 8 seats in 2 disciplines of Super-Specialization studies. The college was 9th among medical colleges in India in 2020 by India Today.
The college campus is spread in a sprawling campus of over 67 acres with very good infrastructure. There are spacious Classrooms, Lecture halls, Examination halls, Demonstration rooms, Common rooms, Practical Labs. The institute is fully equipped with Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratories with advanced equipment, Departmental Museums. A new central library building is part of the auditorium building. The college's library is one of the oldest medical libraries in India and has also a good collection of number of old journals in the biomedical sciences. It has a huge collection of Books of over 60,000 plus and Journals which can be accessed by the staff, and medical students. There is a wide collection of medical literature, including Books, Journals, Reference Sources and pamphlets. The amount of newly published information available to the medical student, the practicing doctor, other personnel, demands a flexible library system and trained library staff. Hostels are very spacious and provide comfortable stay. Indoor and Outdoor games and recreation facilities are provided.
The Teaching Hospital
For the teaching and training of medical students, the college has two full fledge hospitals- Smt. Sucheta Kriplani Hospital, and Kalawati Saran Child Hospital with bed strength of 877 and 350 respectively. All the department of the hospitals are equipped with modern facilities to provide tertiary level health care services to the people of Delhi & adjoining areas. Since 1991 the hospital has been providing care to the male patients also. The college's Department of Microbiology is internationally acclaimed for its salmonella phage typing, and it is a World Health Organization collaborating centre for reference and training in streptococcal diseases for South East Asia. It is also a surveillance center for AIDS. The first ART center for children in the country, was also started in LHMC in 2007. It has a very good Blood bank as well. The Hospital's general specialities include General Medicine, General Surgery, OBG, Paediatrics, Orthopaedics, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Radiodiagnosis, ENT, Ophthalmology, Anaesthesiology, Pathology, Microbiology, Biochemistry & Forensic Medicine. The Super Specialities include Urology, Nephrology, Medical Oncology, Surgical Oncology, Plastic Surgery, Neurology, Neuro Surgery, Paediatric Surgery, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, and Cardiology.
Lady Hardinge Medical College,
Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001
Phone: 011 2336 3728,
The medical aspirants seeking MBBS/BDS admission at UNIVERSITY OF DELHI FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES will have to register themselves for the Medical Counseling Committee (MCC) admission process by filling out their application form. MBBS/BDS admission is done on the basis of marks secured in NEET-UG.
|1.||Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)||15% All IndiaQuota & 85%Delhi Quota|
|2.||Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)||15% All IndiaQuota & 85%Delhi Quota|
The applicants are advised to check regular updates on website www.mcc.nic.in /Ministry of Health &Family Welfare (Government of India) www.fmsc.ac.in and www.du.ac.in.
Reservation for candidates belonging to different categories is provided for admission to MBBS/BDS course. All the candidates who belongs to any of the category can claim ofr the same. The details of reservation are as follows.
|ST||7 1/2 %|
|Armed Forces (CW)||5%|
REGISTRATION & COUNSELING PROCESS MCC
a) Main counseling Registration which will include payment of Non-Refundable Registration fee and Refundable Security Deposit (to be refunded only in the account from which payment has been made).
b) Exercising of Choices and Locking of choices.
c) Process of Seat Allotment Round-1
d) Publication of result of Round-1on MCC website
e) Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College against 1 Round.
ROUND-2 (Candidates who registered for Round-1 and did not get any seat allotted are not required to register again.)
a) Fresh New Registration for Round-2 for those candidates who • Have not registered in Round-1 (with full payment of fees). • Have Resigned / Not reported in Round-1 need not register again. • Fresh Choice filling Round-2.
b) Publication of result of Round-2 on MCC website.
c) Reporting at the Allotted Medical/Dental College against Round 2
END of 15 % All India Counselling and reverting of Non-Joined, Not allotted seats to State quota / Institutional Quota of Central University /Central Institute. MOP –UP ROUND
Mop Up Round (Only for Deemed/ Central Universities, ESIC, AIIMS & JIPMER)
Fresh Registration with payment of registration fee for Mop Up Round for the following candidates :
i. Those who registered in Round-1 & exited availing Free Exit
ii. Who registered in Round-2 & exited with Forfeiture of fees can register again with payment of fees.
However, candidates who have already joined and taken admission in Round-2 of AIQ/Deemed/ Central Universities/AIIMS/JIPMER will not be eligible to participate in Mop Up Round. (Those who registered but were not allotted a seat in Round-1 & Round-2 need not register again).
List of Registered Candidates ten times the number of Stray vacancies to be sent to Deemed / Central Universities/AIIMS/JIPMER to be exhausted strictly in order of merit.
FINAL STRAY VACANCY ROUND To be conducted by Deemed/ Central Universities/AIIMS/JIPMER (There will be no Fresh Registration of Candidates in Final Stray Vacancy Round)
Statement showing total number of seats in Under-Graduate Courses for the Session 2020-2021 is as follows
|Total seats||Gen||GEN CW|
|SC||SC- CW5%||SC- PH 5%||ST||ST- CW 5%||ST- PH 5%||EWS||EWS- CW||EWS- PH||OBC||OBC- CW 5%||OBC- PH 5%||Delhi Quota seats 85%||All India quota seats 15%||NGOI|
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