Army College of Medical Sciences
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Army College of Medical Sciences (also known as ACMS New Delhi) is an Indian medical college affiliated with Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. It is supported by Army Welfare Education Society (AWES) of Indian Army for wards of serving and retired personnel of the Indian Army. It is situated near Base Hospital Delhi Cantt, New Delhi. The annual intake of students to this college is 100.
|Dean||Maj Gen Naresh Chander Arora, VSM |
|Undergraduates||100 per year|
|Location||New Delhi, India|
It is a government college run by Indian army and is among the top 50 medical colleges in India. The college was opened in 2008 for its first batch of MBBS students.
1) 2008 - Alpha Batch 2) 2009 - Bravo Batch 3) 2010 - Charlie Batch 4) 2013 - Delta Batch 5) 2014 - Echo Batch 6) 2015 - Foxtrot Batch 7) 2016 - Golf Batch
NEET UG conducted by CBSE. Merit list is prepared by the University, which carries out counselling, and students are admitted.[clarification needed]
- Wards of Army person & SC/ST/PH only
- He or she should have cleared the higher senior secondary examination from a recognized board or university (or equivalent) in the first attempt with 50 percent PCB and English as compulsory subjects.
Once selected in the merit list, students are invited for the counselling processing and admissions are done.[clarification needed]
On completion of the course, candidates do not have to join the Defense Forces of India.
- "List of Colleges Teaching MBBS". Medical Council of India. Retrieved 29 December 2011.