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The fees structure of AIIMS Delhi is around RS 7000 INR for 5 years 6 months of MBBS course.
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The All India Institute for Medical Sciences (AIIMS) was first established in New Delhi in the year 1956. It is attached to a government hospital by the same name. Over time, the name AIIMS came to be associated with excellence in the field of medical education. Cracking the entrance test for AIIMS became a hallmark for millions of young aspirants to crack in India. A multitude of coaching centres sprang up to cater to this enormous need. Those graduating from this institution were almost guaranteed professional success. However, by the time of the Eleventh Five- year plan, it was realized by the central government that the number of quality institutions dedicated to medical education was not sufficient. There was a need to scale up the numbers. So, it was decided to open new AIIMS campuses. Six new were inaugurated in the year 2012 in – Bhopal, Jodhpur, Rishikesh, Raipur, Patna and Bhubaneshwar. Two more were further established in 2018 at – Nagpur and Managalgiri (Andhra Pradesh). Plans are already afoot to have another thirteen all over the country, spread across the states.
New Delhi was, of course, the first city which got an AIIMS, for long being the only one. The institute is attached right next to the hospital by the same name gives added lustre as students are able to gain practical exposure. The students’ campus is located at the heart of South Delhi. It is a fully- residential complex for students and faculty alike. There are multiple academic departments here at the AIIMS. Examples include- Nephrology, Orthopaedics, Microbiology, Nuclear Medicine, Urology, Transfusion Medicine, Pathology, Physiology, Plastic Surgery, Reproductive Biology, Rheumatology, Paediatrics, Pharmacology, Psychiatry, Radio Diagnosis and several others. These departments provide the super- specialized courses at the master’s level, of which there are forty- five right here. Admission tests for the PG level take place twice a year. MSc. and PhD. level courses are also on offer. But the majority of students here are enrolled for the UG programme MBBS.
In addition to these departments, there are also certain specialized centres of excellence for research purposes. There are centres for – Integrative Medicine & Research, Dental Education & Research, Neurosciences and for Cardio-Thoracic Sciences. The Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences is named after Dr. R.P. The Apex Trauma Centre meanwhile is named after Jai Prakash Narayan. The AIIMS- Delhi also has an extension centre. It is located in the city of Jhajjar in Haryana. This centre houses the National Cancer Institute. There is also a biomedical research park here, in collaboration with the IIT- Delhi. There is also a National Drug Dependence Treatment Centre based in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. This has been developed in collaboration with the WHO (World Health Organization). A rural field centre attached to the AIIMS- Delhi is there in Ballabgarh, Haryana. It houses the Centre for Community Medicine.
The infrastructure here is among the very best in the country. A number of central facilities are available for all the students and practitioners here. The Library is named after B.B. Dikshit. There is a Central Animal Facility and a Central Workshop. A Computer Centre exists for all to use. A highly famed Organ Retrieval Banking Organisation exists within. Other facilities include- Electron Microscope Facility, Engineering Services, Central Sterile Services, Stem Cell Facility, Telemedicine Facility, National Poisons Information Centre and the Cadaver Training & Research Facility. Extremely important is the Biomedical Waste Management in place here, in order to dispose off the biological waste, a lot of which could end up being hazardous.
Due to the history of excellence associated with the AIIMS- Delhi, several top medical luminaries have been associated with the institute. This could be either as students, faculty or even top administrators. Several of the faculty here have been recipients of the Shanti Swaroop Prize, which is considered the highest award for academicians in India. Students meanwhile have reached the top positions in the medical echelons. Regular conferences and workshops are also held here. This brings into focus of cutting-edge medical research as well as alignment with industry needs. The AIIMS also holds the distinction for a number of ‘firsts’ in India. It was the first centre in the country to perform a successful cardiac transplant, as well as the first to develop DNA profiling. It was also the first to have a medical toxicology lab and the first in- vitro fertilization performed within the public sector. It is also a leader in stem cell research, both neurological as well as cardiac, plus a few other streams. The AIIMS in Delhi is a pioneer when it comes to robotic surgeries, having adopted the Da Vinci system for urology. All this led to AIIMS Delhi getting Rank 1 among medical colleges in the NIRF (National Institutional Rankings Framework) 2018.
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