Armed Forces Medical College Pune

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Armed Forces Medical College, Pune

One of India's most prominent medical institutes is the Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC Pune). In the year 1948, AFMC Pune was founded. The Indian Armed Forces run the Armed Forces Medical College in Pune. The NMC has approved the college, which is affiliated with Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik. 


Established: 1962
Total MBBS Seats: 150
Tuition Fees: Rs 56,540
Hostel Fees: Rs – Nil
Institution Type: Government
Affiliated To: Maharashtra University of Health Science Nasik, Maharashtra.
Recognition and Listing: Medical Council of India(MCI), World Health Organisation(WHO)
Affiliated Hospital: Southern Command Hospital
Post Graduate Courses: 23
Super Specialty Courses: 4
Other Names: Armed Forces Medical College Pune, AFMC Pune, Armed Forces Medical Institute, Pune Armed Forces Institute of Medical Science
Address: AFMC, Southern Command, Near Race Course, Solapur Road, Wanowrie, Pune, Maharashtra 411040
Contact: 020-26334209


Admission Eligibility:

Students seeking admission to this college must be 17 years old by December 31st of the admission year. Students with a minimum of 50 percent in science subjects, including biology or biotechnology, as well as Physics and Chemistry, are eligible (in the case of SC/ST students, 40 percent in board examinations; 45 percent for OBC students). It is also mandatory for students to take the National Eligibility and Entrance Examination (NEET) .

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Documents Required


For UG Candidates

Candidates who have been assigned a seat in this College will be required to report to the admissions office with the necessary papers in order to complete the admissions process.

Admit Card 
Scorecard or Rank Letter
Certificate and grade sheet for class ten (for date of birth)
Certificate and grade sheet for class 12
Proof of identification (Aadhar/PAN Card/Driving License/Passport)
Photocopies of eight passport photos
Caste Certificate Provisional Allotment Letter (if applicable)

All India Cut/ off

Category Cut-off percentile Cut-off marks
General and EWS 50th Percentile 302
SC/ST/OBC 40th Percentile 265
General and EWS – PH 45th Percentile 263
SC/ST/OBC – PH 40th Percentile 265



Stage Semester Syllabus Covered
Pre-Clinical 1-2: Two Semesters Anatomy, Bio-Chemistry, Physiology
Para-Clinical  3-4-5: Three Semesters Forensic Medicine, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, OPDs to begin here,
Community Medicine, Clinical Posting Inwards:
Clinical 6-7-8-9: Four Semesters Medicine & Allied Subject (Psychiatry, Dermatology),
Obst, Gynae. Surgery & Allied Subjects (Anesthesiology, E.N.T, Orthopaedics),
Clinical Posting, Community Medicine:


MBBS Internship:

Subjects: Internship Duration:
Community Medicine 2 months
Medicine Including 15 days of Psychiatry 2 months
Surgery Including 15 days of Anaesthesia 2 months
Obstt. / Gynae. Including family welfare planning 2 months
Paediatrics 1 month
Orthopaedics including PMR 1 month
E. N. T. 15 days
Ophthalmology 15 days
Casualty 15 days
Elective Posting 15 days
Total 1 Year


PG Intake:

MD Immuno Haematology & Blood Transfusion 02
MD Social & Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine 12
MD Anaesthesiology 15
MD Bio-Chemistry 02
MD General Medicine 22
MD Hospital Administration 08
MD Microbiology 09
MD Paediatrics 08
MD Pathology 10
MD Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy 04
MD Pharmacology 02
MD Physiology 04
MD Psychiatry 05
MD Radio Diagnosis/Radiology 07
MD Tuberculosis & Respiratory Diseases / Pulmonary Medicine 03
MD Forensic Medicine/Forensic Medicine & Toxicology 02
MD Sports Medicine 02
MS General Surgery 21
MS Orthopaedics 06
MD/MS Ophthalmology 08
MD/MS Anatomy 04
MD/MS Obstetrics & Gynaecology 08
DM Cardiology 01
M.Ch Thoracic Surgery/Cardio Thoracic Surgery/Cardio Vascular and thoracic Surgery 03
M.Ch Neuro Surgery 03
M.Ch Plastic Surgery/Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 03


Course Design:

Armed Forces Medical College, Faridabad Provides top-quality medical programs with top-notch highly experienced faculty and a state-of-the-art campus. The college is well known for its undergraduate and post-graduate programs. 

UG Course:

Courses Duration Intake Fees/ Annum
MBBS 4.6 years + 1 year internship 100 85,800


Admission Eligibility:

A student seeking admission to a post-graduate programme must have earned an MBBS from a recognised university. Then, as per Section 10 (D) of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956, NEET-PG is an eligibility-cum-ranking examination prescribed as the single admission test to various MD/MS Courses.

Documents Required

For PG Candidates:

Original Copies of:

MBBS Certificate.
MBBS 3rd Part II mark sheet.
Medical Registration Certificate.
Internship Completion Certificate.
Photo identity proof in the form of Certificate with an attested photo from Head of Institution last studied/Copy of Passport/Aadhar Card/PAN Card/Driving License (Self-attested photocopy after verifying with the original documents).
Copy of: Birth Certificate for proof of age (if the date of birth not given in the HSC mark sheet/ certificate).
NEET Score Card.
Copy of Online Counselling Registration Certificate
Sponsorship Certificate from State Govt. If applicable.
Passport size Photographs 8 copies.


The Armed Forces Medical College is located in Ramtekri, eastern Pune, on a 119-acre campus that is environmentally friendly. This college campus has a unique combination of historic structures and cutting-edge facilities. All of the necessary amenities are available on campus. Students are equipped with properly outfitted lecture halls, exhibition rooms, laboratories, museums, and auditoriums. A swimming pool, cafeteria, film theatre, general stores, Unit run Canteen and shopping centre, nursery school, places of religious worship, gymnasium, and sporting facilities for both outdoor and indoor sports are also available to teaching and non-teaching employees. AFMC has a total of twenty-nine departments, and all of AFMC's teaching departments are well-staffed with motivated employees that have practical Lectures, demonstrations, and clinics.

Library & Lab:

Armed Forces Medical College has a large library with separate reading rooms with over 50,000 books. This is a well-equipped bookkeeping operation. The Ashoka Chakra Library has a large collection of medical literature, as well as an e-section with access to a variety of foreign and national periodicals. AFMC has fully equipped laboratories and a dedicated lab staff, as well as a Diamond Jubilee Block dedicated to its laboratories. The microbiology, haematology, pathology, and biochemistry labs are all located here. Bharadwaj and Dhanvantari are two large auditoriums at this college. Each of which can hold over 1000 people and has all of the necessary amenities.

About Hospital:

The AFMC hospital was founded in 1869, and it was one of three military hospitals built in the same year in and near Poona. Originally known as the British Military Hospital, Wanowrie, the three 100-bed hospitals were used to treat British garrison personnel injured during World Wars I and II. This Hospital today occupies six enormous buildings known as the Connaught Barracks, the first of which was occupied by the Malignant Diseases Treatment Centre, which was built as an award for Military Hospital, Wanowrie, in 1869. On December 1, 1947, these hospitals were merged into a single facility. On April 8, 1967, this hospital was renamed Command Hospital, and it is the Indian Army's largest hospital, covering 105 acres of land. During natural disasters such as earthquakes in Latur and Bhuj, floods in Sangli, and the Tsunami in Southern India, this has offered medical assistance. There are around 2,750 outpatients who come here.


Library I.C.U
Blood Bank Diagnostic Room
Accident and Emergency Department Community Health Centre
ICU Cafeteria
OPD-Indoor service Sports


Faculty & Staff:

This college has a strong percentage of well-trained and highly educated staff members who are also well-versed in contemporary technologies. It also has enough non-technical staff to give students an environment conducive to self-learning. An M.N.R. Medical College & Hospital Sangareddy Telangana is in charge of contributing to and maintaining the institution's medical education standards. The following policies, which apply to all professors on campus, are outlined below:
Describe the best available scientific evidence for proper care.

Reduce inconsistencies in value-based procedures.
Provide a more logical and practical approach to the subject being taught.
Increasing the emphasis on ongoing education
To encourage the most effective use of limited resources
To serve as the focal point for quality assurance, including auditing.
To point out flaws in existing material and make recommendations for future study

Student Support:

Anti- Ragging: - Any disorderly behaviour, whether via words said or written, or by an act, that has the effect of taunting, treating, or dealing a fresher or junior student with rudeness.

Health Care Services: - Medical services range from simple cold, virus, and minor injury treatment at less complete institutions to comprehensive lab tests, X-rays, specialists, and pharmacies at the most comprehensive centres. Counseling services are available in many campus health Programmed.

Counselling Service: - The 'Counseling Service' is for persons who are experiencing emotional or behavioural issues. or addiction, or certain health concerns such as HIV/AIDS, but the fact is that people of all types seek Counselling, and this does not imply that they are "crazy" or "weak."

Hostel: - Students may arrive two days ahead to the commencement of the academic semester and must exit Residential rooms within two days of the completion of regular exams. Rooms have a bed, a table, a chair, and almirahs. Mess with vegetarian and non-vegetarian food.

Report: - A student must offer a narrative of an event or report facts from a book, article, or other source in a college report. While some research may be required when writing a report, it is mostly a document that asks you to understand rather than obtain the data on which you report.

How to reach us:

We may travel 4.3 kilometres in 20 minutes by taking Sadhu Vaswani Road to 1st Church Road and Colonel Tarapore Road. We can reach the Pune Railway Station, which is 4 km away, in 15 minutes by taking Colonel Tarapore Road from this medical college. The nearest airport to this medical college is Pune International Airport in Maharashtra, which is 10 kilometres distant and can be reached in 30 minutes through Airport Road and Koregaon Park Road. This college is 164 kilometres from Mumbai International Airport.



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