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All India Institutes of Medical Sciences is located in India
New Delhi
New Delhi
Bhubaneswar
Bhubaneswar
Jodhpur
Jodhpur
Patna
Patna
Bhopal
Bhopal
Raipur
Raipur
Rishikesh
Rishikesh
Mangalagiri
Mangalagiri
Nagpur
Nagpur
Changsari
Changsari
Deoghar
Deoghar
Bilaspur
Bilaspur
Bathinda
Bathinda
Vijay Pur
Vijay Pur
Awantipora
Awantipora
Gorakhpur
Gorakhpur
Kalyani
Kalyani
Madurai
Madurai
Deoghar
Deoghar
Rajkot
Rajkot
Bibinagar
Bibinagar
Rewari
Rewari
Raebareli
Raebareli
Location of the functioning AIIMSs (green) and upcoming AIIMSs (orange)

The All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) are a group of autonomous public medical colleges of higher education. These institutes have been declared by an Act of Parliament as Institutes of National Importance.[1] AIIMS New Delhi, the fore-runner parent excellence institution, was established in 1956.

Institutes[edit]

The AIIMS institutes are located in:

AIIMSs and locations, sorted establishment wise
Name Established City/town State/UT
AIIMS New Delhi 1956 New Delhi Delhi
AIIMS Bhopal 2012 Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
AIIMS Bhubaneswar 2012 Bhubaneswar Odisha
AIIMS Jodhpur 2012 Jodhpur Rajasthan
AIIMS Patna 2012 Patna Bihar
AIIMS Raipur 2012 Raipur Chhattisgarh
AIIMS Rishikesh 2012 Rishikesh Uttarakhand
AIIMS Mangalagiri 2018[2] Mangalagiri Andhra Pradesh
AIIMS Nagpur 2018[3] Nagpur Maharastra

Related laws[edit]

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act, 1956[edit]

AIIMS New Delhi is governed by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act, 1956.[4]

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (Amendment) Act, 2012[edit]

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (Amendment) Bill, 2012, introduced in the Lok Sabha on 27 August 2012, replaced an Ordinance which allowed the six AIIMS-like institutes to become operational from September 2012.[5] Lok Sabha passed the Bill on 30 August 2012,[6] it was introduced in Rajya Sabha on 3 September 2012[7] and passed on 4 September 2012.[8] The Act was published on 13 September 2012.[9]

Under-development AIIMS[edit]

As of January 2019, 14 more AIIMS are under development.

Future AIIMSs and locations
Name City/town State/UT Phase
AIIMS Raebareli Raebareli Uttar Pradesh Phase II
AIIMS Gorakhpur Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh Phase IV
AIIMS Kalyani Kalyani West Bengal
AIIMS Bhatinda Bhatinda Punjab Phase V
AIIMS Kamrup Changsari Assam
AIIMS Jammu Vijay Pur Jammu and Kashmir
AIIMS Kashmir Awantipora Jammu and Kashmir
AIIMS Bilaspur Bilaspur Himachal Pradesh
AIIMS Madurai Madurai Tamilnadu
AIIMS Bihar Darbhanga Bihar
AIIMS Deoghar Deoghar Jharkhand Phase VI
AIIMS Gujarat Rajkot Gujarat
AIIMS Telangana Bibinagar Telangana
AIIMS Rewari Rewari Haryana

New AIIMS-like institutes are set up under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana (PMSSY), an initiative announced in 2003 with two main objectives: setting up AIIMS-like institutions and upgrading government medical colleges.[10] PMSSY was officially launched in March 2006.[11]

An AIIMS in Raebareli, Uttar Pradesh was cleared in 2009[12] as "Phase-II" of the PMSSY.[13] The institute has March 2020 as target day of completion.[13]

On July 2014,[14] in the budget speech for 2014–15,[10] the Minister of Finance Arun Jaitley announced a budget of 500 crore (equivalent to 569 crore or US$79 million in 2017) for setting up four new AIIMS, in Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra and the Purvanchal region in Uttar Pradesh.[14] Of these "Phase-IV" institutes, two became AIIMS Mangalagiri in Andhra Pradesh and AIIMS Nagpur in Maharashtra, both established in 2018.[2][3] The other two are to become AIIMS Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh and AIIMS Kalyani in West Bengal.[10]

On 28 February 2015, in the 2015–2016 budget speech, Jaitley announced five more AIIMS, in Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Assam and Tamil Nadu and an "AIIMS-like" institute in Bihar.[15] On 7 November 2015, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi had announced development package for Jammu & Kashmir which includes the setting up of two AIIMS, in the capital cities of Jammu and Kashmir.[16] Of these seven "Phase-V" institutes, sites have been assigned for at Changsari in Assam,[17] Vijay Pur in the Jammu Division of Jammu and Kashmir,[10] Awantipora in the Kashmir Division of Jammu and Kashmir[10] , Bathinda in Punjab,[10] Bilaspur in Himachal Pradesh,[18] Madurai in Tamil Nadu[19] and the latest, Darbhanga in Bihar, serving the Mithila region.[20] As of June 2018, no funds were allocated and no time frame has been fixed for the institutes in Bihar, Jammu and Kashmir.[21] In December 2018 the government has approved and assigned funds for the AIIMS in Madurai,[22] and a foundation stone was set in January 2019.[23]

On 1 February 2017, in the budget presentation for 2017–2018, Jaitley announced two more AIIMS, in Jharkhand and Gujarat.[24] Sites were identified in Deoghar for the institute in Jharkhand[10] and in Khandheri near Rajkot for Gujarat.[25] As of June 2018, no funds were allocated and no deadline was set for these institutes.[21]

A week after the 2017–2018 budget presentation, on 9 February 2017, Jaitley announced an AIIMS in Telangana as well[26] but no funds for establishing the institute were allocated in the 2018–2019 presentation on 2 February 2018.[27] On 17 December 2018, the cabinet approved the AIIMS, to be located in Bibinagar, near Hyderabad.[22]

On 1 February 2019, in the presentation of the interim budget for 2019–2020, Piyush Goyal, who was given temporary charge of the Minister of Finance a week earlier,[28] announced an AIIMS in Rewari, Haryana.[29]

Although none of these AIIMSs is complete, some of them intend to start MBBS programmes in 2019. These include the institutes in Bathinda, Deoghar, Gorakhpur, Kalyani, Raebareli and Bibinagar.[30]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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