Lady Hardinge Medical College New Delhi

College Description

Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi

Established in 1916, Lady Hardinge Medical College is one of the greatest government medical institutions. The institute's history began in 1914 with Lady Hardinge, the wife of the then-Indian vice president, who was drawn to the centre by the dearth of training facilities for Indian women at the time. Several Wise Members have also received particular distinction as a result of their participation in key international events. Furthermore, LHMC will collaborate with another well-known Indian university to offer MBBS degrees. The UG Course time at the inception of the College was 7 years, including 2 years of pre-medical science, and it was accepted by 16 students. Later, in 1969, it was shortened to 5 years 12 months, including one year of training, and the capacity was extended to 130 students. College admissions capacity is gradually expanding, and it now stands at 200 students every year. Last year, the Center devised a strategy to increase the quality of health professionals, which was accepted by the WHO, which recognized the Center as an important centre. To answer the rising burden of Non-Communicable Diseases, LHMC has just established Delhi's first Free Child Surgery Services. The Medical Council of India has authorized Lady Hardinge Medical College, which is connected with Delhi University (MCI).

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). Qualifying for the National Eligibility and Entrance Examination is also required of students (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)
Certificate for People with Disabilities (if applicable)

All India Quota (AIQ) Seats & Rank

The following table shows the 15 percent All India Quota MBBS seats for LHMC Delhi that is granted through All India Counseling:

Category 2018 Cutoff Rank 2019 Cutoff Rank
UR 362 489
OBC 837 818
SC 5908 5914
ST 28692 12223
UR-PH 43093 94468

 

MBBS SYLLABUS:

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:

The table below shows the breakdown of students enrolled in postgraduate (PG) Programmes and admissions made during the previous year at LHMC:

Type Course Seat
MD Dermatology , Venereology & Leprosy 05
MD Pharmacology 03
MD Radio Diagnosis/Radiology 03
MD Psychiatry 05
MD Microbiology 07
MD Anaesthesiology 10
MD Pathology 08
MD Paediatrics 10
MD General Medicine 12
MD Social & Preventive 08
MD Forensic Medicine 03
MD Physiology 05
MD Bio Chemistry 04
MS ENT 04
MS Orthopaedics 05
MS General Surgery 11
MD/MS Ophthalmology 03
MD/MS Anatomy 06
MD/MS Obst & Gynaecology 08
MCh Paediatric Surgery 04

 

Course design:

Under the leadership of highly educated and experienced lecturers, Lady Hardinge Medical College delivers world-class education. The following UG and PG courses are available in the college:

Courses Duration Intake Fees/ Annum
MBBS 4.5 years + 1.5 year internship 250 12,155

 

Admission Eligibility:

If you want to get an MBBS, you must take the National Qualification and Entry Examination (NEET) administered by the National Testing Agency (NTA) after you finish grade 12. All government, private, intermediate, and tertiary universities will be based on NEET schools, and seats will be granted on an advising basis based on merit results/standards, college preferences, and available seats.

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.

Infrastructure:

Campus Area:

In the heart of Delhi, Lady Hardinge Medical College is located. This medical campus is spread out across 60 acres in a beautiful green, environmentally friendly setting. LHMC has advanced medical education delivery by introducing the first state-of-the-art Arts Programmes including the E-Lecture Theater and the Tele-Medicine project. The Swaran Jayanti Sabhaghar, a contemporary, well-equipped facility with a 987-seat ventilator, is located on the college grounds. Within the campus of LHMC, there is a diversified hostel structure, library, hall, and labs. There is a stadium as well as extracurricular activities for pupils. 

Library:

The oldest medical library in India, LHMC, has a vibrant diversity and a decent collection of volumes as well as a number of older publications. As of 2018, it has a large library of 50,000 books and 207 journals available. The library is well-lit, air-conditioned, and quiet, with all of the library's functions automated utilizing window-based technology.

Hostel:

LHMC has a separate Hostel for UG/PG/Interns/Nursing students, with 392 UG Girls rooms and 123 Room Boys and 135 Room Girls accessible for PG students. Day and night, all rooms are inhabited by two persons and are properly ventilated with built-in cabinets to give constant electricity and water supply. In addition, the hostel has a sickroom, a leisure room, a guest room, a study room, an internet room, and an indoor playroom. The hostel includes a nice dining area where you can eat good cuisine. 

Sports:

To provide the best possible care for pupils, a gym is accessible for both boys and girls. The facility provides a fantastic sports centre for students that include both outdoor and indoor sports facilities. Indoor activities include Table Tennis, Chess, Carom, and Gymnasium, as well as outdoor playgrounds including a soccer field, cricket field, basketball court, and volleyball stadium.

Facilities:

Sports Cafeteria
Library     Community Health Centre
24hrs. H.I.C.U.sLine I.C.U.s Super specialist Centre
Blood Bank Diagnostic Services
Accident & Emergency department OPD- INDOOR Services

 

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

Hospital Facilities:

Smt. S.K. is a member of the Smt. S.K. The Hospital (SSKH) and Kalawati Saran Children Hospital (KSCH) are teaching hospitals connected with the LHMC. SSKH began with only 80 beds for the Department of Medicine, Obstetrics, and Gynecology in 1916 and currently has a capacity of 877 beds, while Kalawati Saran Children's Hospital began with 50 beds in 1956 and has grown to 377 beds. To meet the demands of the rising population, SSKH established a separate outpatient block in 1958. With 84 beds and 13 operating theatres with SSKH and 4 operating theatres with KSCH, the hospital has the largest Neonatal unit in Delhi. As E Hospital offers all departments with access to and delivery of certified services to patients, the hospital facilities are entirely computerized. In addition, the HIMS programme is launched in hospitals through initiatives such as computerized and online registration, as well as the digitization of hospital records.

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 centers. Counseling services are available in many campus health Programmes.

Counselling Service: - The 'Counselling 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:

The LHMC is in the middle of Delhi, India's national capital and seat of Indian unions. The college is situated between the old and new cities of Delhi, with a view of Connaught Place, the city's primary commercial district and tourist attraction. Delhi has access to all of India's and the world's well-connected transportation systems. Although the College is located in the city centre and is accessible by road at all hours of the day and night, the nearest train station is New Delhi Station, which is less than 2 kilometres away. Delhi has three complete airports for both local and international flights, each of which is 15 kilometres away and takes 45 minutes to drive to.

 

 

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