University College of Medical Sciences

University College of Medical Sciences

ESTD : 1971 | TYPE : Government | AFFILIATION : WHO | RECOGNITION : MCI

Established in 1971 as a Constituent College of University of Delhi.

   
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Runs various medical and paramedical courses

   
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Annual admission MBBS: 150, MD/MS: 71; besides PhD courses in Medical Faculty

   
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Paramedical courses: BSc(Medical Technology), Radiography. Diploma course in Nursing (GTB Hospital), and Medical Laboratory In-service Training.

   
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Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital is the associated teaching hospital with more than 1000 beds.

   
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Known for its quality research; National ranking 7th based on the number of publications in PubMed indexed journals.

   
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Meritorious/Eminent Faculty on expert groups of UNICEF, WHO, UNAIDS, World Bank, ICMR, ICMR, NACO, DST and CSIR.

   
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Cater to the health care needs for the East Delhi community and surrounding border areas.

   
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College with excellent results: Students excel in curricular/extracurricular activities

Course cum fee details

# Course Seats 1st Yr Fee From Next Yr Total Fee Cash Back Lodging Fee Fooding Fee Course Duration

Our Admission Process

Eligibility for Admission

1. Candidates should have passed the qualifying examination equivalent to 10+2 Higher Secondary period of 12 years of study, the last two years of study comprising of Physics, Chemistry and Biology with English.

A candidate for admission to the medical course “must have 60% *marks at +2 level in each of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (or Botany and Zoology taken together) and have an aggregate of 140/200 in these subjects, both at qualifying and competitive examinations and should have passed in English”.

This is as per State and University guidelines. (* 60% in each and 130/ 200 aggregate for BC, 55% in each and 120/200 aggregate for MBC, and 40% in each and 80 /200 aggregate for SC/ST candidates). (BC, MBC, SC / ST are as defined by the TN Government; all rules are subject to change as per State & University guidelines. Please refer to the latest regulations on the Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University website The Tamilnadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical University

Example: if a candidate has 72 % in Biology, 66% in Chemistry and 70% in Physics, then the aggregate works out to {72+(66+70)/2} on 200 => {72+68} on 200, i.e. 140/200 and is eligible. However, a candidate with 68% in Biology, 72% in Chemistry and 70 % in Physics will have only {68+(72+70)/2} on 200 => {68+71} on 200, i.e. 139/200 and is not eligible. Candidates should have passed in all subjects of the qualifying examination of the Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (Academic) conducted by the Tamil Nadu State Board or any other equivalent examination in one and the same attempt in the subjects.

2. Candidates should have completed the age of 17 years at the time of admission or should complete the said age on or before 31st December of the said year. Please check the relevant admission bulletin on the CMC website for updated information

Basis of Admission

1. Only NEET (UG) qualified candidates are considered for the selection process, which consists of two steps. A Computer based test (Step-1) consisting of multiple choice questions for Aptitude assessment is conducted in English, on an All India basis .

This is followed by Step-2 for short-listed candidates, which consists of special tests to assess the candidate’s character and aptitude. Interviews also will form part of the assessment at this stage.

During Step-2, the aptitude of the candidate for the healing ministry, willingness to serve in remote mission hospitals and a sense of compassion for the suffering will be assessed.

For Christian students applying under the sponsored category, a written test in Bible Knowledge will be a part of the tests at Vellore. Admission to the programme for the year is subject to being certified medically fit by the Medical board of Christian Medical College, Vellore.

2. The number of candidates for the MBBS course shall be 100 per year, of which not less than 42 shall be women.

3. The final distribution of seats will be as follows: a. All India Open - 16 seats.

(i) One candidate will be selected by the Government of India (separate requests for obtaining prescribed applications are to be addressed to the authorities.

(ii) Twenty percent (3 seats) of the open seats shall be reserved for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Tribes (SC/ST). The candidates belonging to SC/ST should indicate this on the application form and a photocopy of the certificate of proof issued by the Deputy Tahsildar or the District Magistrate MUST be enclosed. The original of the Certificate is required.

b. Sponsored Candidates - 84 seats Up to 84 seats will be reserved for the sponsored candidates (See sponsorship guidelines Section 1.14 for further details)

4. The selection committee will shortlist eligible candidates to attend step-2, which will be conducted only at Vellore.

5. THE DECISION OF THE SELECTION COMMITTEE IS FINAL.

 

Our Placement Details

List of Publications

2003 – 04
 

Ahuja S, Singh R, Suneja A. Effect of esmolol on haemodynamic response during endotracheal intubation in patients with pregnancy induced hypertension. J Anaesth Clinical Pharmacology 2003;19:269-278.

Kaur G, Gupta P, Kumar A. A randomized trial of Eutectic Mixture of Local Anaesthetic during lumber puncture in newborns. Arch Pediatric Adolesc 2003;152.

Kumar A. A maternal and fetal physiology. In: Obstetric Anaesthesia (ed. Sunanda Gupta). New Delhi: Arya Publications, 2004.

Sethi AK, Mohta M, Sharma P. Breathing circuit obstruction by a foreign body. Anaesth Intensive Care 2004;32:139-141.

Sethi AK, Tyagi A. Thromboembolism. Chapter In: Obstetric Anaesthesia (ed. Gupta S). New Delhi: Arya Publications, 2004:pp327-340.

 
2004 – 05
 

Gulati M, Mohta M, Ahuja S, Gupta VP. Comparison of laryngeal mask airway with tracheal tube for ophthalmic surgery in paediatric patients. Anaesth Intensive Care 2004;32:383-389.

Kaushal A, Mohta M, Sethi AK, Tyagi A, Kumar P. Randomized trial of intravenous infusion of ephedrine or mephentermin for management of hypotension during spinal anaesthesia for caesarean section. Anaesthesia 2005;60:28-34.

Kumar A. Anaesthetic considerations for non-descent vaginal hysterectomy (NDVH). Name of the book?(eds. Goel N et al.) New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., 2005:pp31-47.

Kumar A. Organisation and development of pain clinics and palliative care in developing countries. Euro J Anaesth 2004;21:169-172.

Mohta M, Sethi AK. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. In: (eds. Rhaj SA, Grover A, Aggarwal V, Jain S). Textbook of Family Medicine. New Delhi: Pushpanjali Medical Publications (P) Ltd., 2005:10-19.

Mohta A, Mohta M. Burns. In: (ed. Gupta S). Text-book of Pediatric Emergencies (Book 1: Infancy, Childhood & Adolescence). New Delhi: Peepee Publishers 2004:pp468-475.

Mohta M, Agarwal D, Sethi AK, Sandhu K. Effect of diclofenac pretreatment on pain during propofol injection. Anaesth Intensive Care 2004;32:75-79.

Saxena N, Chaudhary S. Open indirect cardiac massage in neonate. Indian J Pediatr 2005;72:253-254.

Sharma P, Sethi AK. Drowning & near drowning. Hapter 56 In: (eds. Rhaj SA, Grover A, Agrawal V, Jain S) Text-book of Family Medicine. New Delhi: Pushpanjali Medical Publications (P) Ltd., 2005:pp349-356.

Tyagi A, Sethi AK, Agarwal V, Mohta M. Rate dependent left bundle branch block during anaesthesia. Anaesth Intensive Care 2004;32:715-718.
 
2005 – 06
 

Jain AK, Rashmi G. Low flow active scavenging system for anaesthetic gases. J Anaesth Clin Pharmacol 2005;21:185-190.

Kumar A, Banerjee A. Continuous maxillary and mandibular nerve block for perioperative pain relief: The exicision of a complicated pleomorphic adenoma. Anesth Analg 2005;101:1531-1532.

Mohta M, Mohta A. Sedation and analgesia in NICU. In: Gupte S (ed). Textbook of Neonatal Emergencies. New Delhi: Peepee Publishers, 2005:pp16-29.

Mohta M, Sethi AK, Tyagi A. Laryngotracheal hypoplasia - a rare cause of difficult intubation. Anaesth Intensive Care 2006; 34:107-110.

Mohta M, Sethi AK. Diclofenac pre-treatment for propofol - a reply. Anaesth Intensive Care 2006; 33:539.

Mohta, M, Sethi, AK. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. In: Rhaj SA, Grover A, Aggarwal V, Jain S. (Eds). Textbook of Family Medicine. Delhi: Pushpanjali Medical Publications (P) Ltd., 2005:pp10-19.

Motiani P, Ahuja S, Agarwal S. Prolonged interference of patent blue dye on pulse oximetry readings. J Anaesth Clin Pharmacol 2006;22:87-90.

Ramachandran R, Gaur A, Tyagi A, Mohta M, Sethi AK. An unusual complication of central venous cannulation. J Anaesth Clin Pharmacol 2005;21:225-227.

Sharma P, Sethi AK. Drowning and Near Drowning. In: (eds.) Rhaj SA, Grover A, Aggarwal V, Jain S. Textbook of Family Medicine. Delhi: Pushpanjali Medical Publications (P) Ltd., 2005: pp349-356.

Singh I, Kumar A. Ambulatory PCNL: Tubeless PCNL under regional anaesthesia: a preliminary report of 10 cases. Int Urol Nephrol 2005;37:35-37.

Singh M, Mohta M, Sethi AK, Tyagi A. Efficacy of dexamethasone pretreatment for prevention of propofol injection pain. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2005;22:888-890.

 
2006 – 07
 

Jain AK, Singh M. Enhancement of pulse oximeter plethysmographic waveform in Takayasu’s arteritis. Anesth Int Care 2006; vol:367.

Jain AK, Singh M. Scavenging of waste anaesthetic gases from circle absorbers of older Boyle’s machines. J Anaesth Clin Pharmacol 2006; 22:409-410.

Jain N, Saxena AK. Blood transfusion: guidelines, recommendations and complications. In: Goel N, Rajaram S (Eds). State-of-the-Art Vaginal Surgery. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., 2007:pp122-128.

Kumar S, Chaudhary S, Mittal GS, Singh RK, Pancheri SS, Singh SS. Spontaneous pneumothorax and massive haemothorax. Indian Med Gazette 2006; 140:425-428.

Mohta M, Bhagchandani T. Operating tables, OT lighting and positions for vaginal surgery. In: Goel N, Rajaram S (Eds). State-of-the-Art Vaginal Surgery. New Delhi: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd., 2007:pp65-74.

Mohta M, Mohta A, Sethi AK. Psychological aspects of trauma. In: Post-traumatic Stress: New Research. New York: Nova Science Publish

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