In 2014, 381 medical colleges of India were accredited by the Indian Medical Council. There were about 50,078 medical practitioners in them. Below is a list of top Indian Medical Colleges. Re-rank the following list with their knowledge and discretion.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences was established as an institute of national importance for the purpose of developing pattern of teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education in all the branches so that high standards of medical education can be displayed in India and health activity The highest level of training for personnel in all important branches of Akshik facilities bring in one place and postgraduate medical could be found self-sufficiency in education.
Lady Hardinge Medical College, LHMC - Medical College in Delhi, India, founded in 1914, the Viceroy of India Charles Hardindzhom and named after his wife. The college began to take students in 1916, initially only women, and since 1970, both sexes. Since 1950, the college has been affiliated with the University of Delhi.
Asia's first medical college for women. It was founded by Dame Edith Mary Brown in 1894. In 1881, sisters Martha Ross and Kay, provided medical services. Both are religious campaigners and academics from Scotland. Their pioneering work spawned medical training and health care services. Ludhiana's Coronary Medical College started from these activities.
Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS), is the largest medical Institute in Indian state of J&K. SKIMS is the lone medical university of Jammu and Kashmir which is headed by Director who is also Ex-office Secretary of Government. State CM is the Chair-person of the SKIMS governing body that acts the role of the cabinet for the semi-autonomous super-specialty hospital and the deemed university. The aim of this university is offer chances that will enable students to acquire high level of professional skills, knowledge’s and attitudes which will allow them to function effectively as member of the health team.
In the year 1991, a group of dedicated and eminent educationalists of India, came together to establish the Vignan Educational Foundation at Bangalore. Their committed objective was to provide high standard of professional education in the field of Medical, Technological and related education. Ever since, the foundation has brought years of its experience in the fields of education, administration, management and hospital administration to private sector, both at the National and International levels. The mission of the medical college is - 1. Imparting a high standard of professional education. 2. Motivating and preparing students for excellence careers in achievement in both private and public sectors. 3. Technological updating of existing systems and adapting newer ones. 4. Understanding, nurturing and developing appropriate and compatible skills to achieve the highest standards possible in the fields of medicine, technology and management.
Armed Forces Medical College - AFMC is a medical college in Pune, Maharashtra. This college is managed by the Indian Armed Forces. It was founded in May 1948 after World War II on the recommendation of the BC Roy Committee. The AFMC Undergraduate Wing was founded on August 4, 1962, and is celebrated as AFMC Day by its alumni worldwide. AFMC is one of India's greatest medical colleges. It was ranked second in all undergraduate medical institutions in the country in the survey of Outlook 2012 and 2015. The organization has enhanced the entire three-force force by providing trained doctors. It mainly trains medical undergraduates, postgraduates, dental postgraduates, nursing members and paramedical staff.
Maulana Azad Medical College in Delhi, India, named after Maulana Abul Kalam Azad. The college is one of the best medical schools in the country and has a double subordination, to the Government of Delhi and the central government. Examinations are held jointly with the University of Delhi.