If you are an aspiring medical student or belong to Delhi, then you must have heard about one of the most prestigious medical institutions, Maulana Azad Medical College. Established in 1959, MAMC is named after Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first education minister of independent India. The college is located in the capital city and is affiliated with the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi.

Undoubtedly, it is ranked among the top medical colleges in India and all its courses are recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI). MAMC is renowned for its high standards of medical education and research. The college provides students with exposure to the diverse healthcare challenges prevalent in the city.

MAMC is associated with four top medical institutions and hospitals in Delhi, named GB Pant Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, Lok Nayak Hospital, and Guru Nanak Eye Center. These hospitals serve as the primary training grounds for medical students studying at MAMC and offer a diverse range of clinical experiences. The associated hospitals have a daily patient count of thousands providing outstanding practical learning exposure to students and hence, is among the preferred choices for medical studies.

MAMC offers various undergraduate, postgraduate, and super speciality courses in various medical specialities. The college is known for its rigorous and comprehensive medical curriculum with a prestigious list of alumni who have made significant contributions to the field of medicine, both in India and internationally. Actively involved in medical research, the college with its faculty and students contributes significantly to scientific publications and advancements in the medical field.

Besides top-notch quality education, MAMC has special centres for Child Development, Clinical Skills, Genetics, ART, Hemophilia Day Care, and IVF. The college is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, including modern laboratories, libraries, and lecture halls.

Read on to know the complete details about admission to MAMC, Delhi. The blog includes the list of courses available at MAMC, their admission procedure, list of specialities, number of seats, registration fee, course fee structure, surety bond amount, and other details.

MBBS Course at MAMC 

Admission Procedure 

Admission to the MBBS program at MAMC Delhi is done based on the marks scored in the NEET-UG entrance examination. The rank under state quota and All India Quota along with category determines your chances of admission into the college. Once, you get a competitive required cut-off score, you can fill out the counselling form available on the www.fmsc.ac.in website. Then, go through the counselling process and admission formalities, once admitted.

Number of Seats 

There are a total of 250 MBBS seats at MAMC, Delhi. The MBBS seat distribution is as follows:

Seats Under Total Seats Unreserved (UR) OBC SC ST
15% All India Quota (AIQ) 37 18 10 6 3
85% State Quota 207 104

(94- GEN, 5 GEN-CW, and 5 GEN-PH)

56

(50 OBC, 03 OBC-CW, and 03 OBC-PH)

31

(29 SC, 01 SC-CW, and 01 SC-PH)

16

(14 ST, 01 ST-CW, and 01 ST-PH)

Also, there are 06 seats under the Central Pool Reserved Seat.

MBBS Fee Structure 

The fee for the MBBS at MAMC is around Rs. 2500. Apart from this, there is a refundable deposit of Rs. 2000.

MAMC Cut-off Score for MBBS (Expected)

Category Cut-off percentile Expected Cut-off Score Expected All India Rank
General (UR) 50 710 91
OBC 40 706 323
EWS 45 695 346
SC 40 670 1225
ST 40 665 3115

The difficulty level of the exam, total number of candidates, total number of seats and rank and marks secured in the exam are some of the factors that determine the NEET cut-off score for MBBS at MAMC.

Click here to know the NEET-UG tie-breaking criteria.

Counselling Process

Once you get the required score in the NEET-UG exam, you need to register online at www.mcc.nic.in to participate in the UG counselling under Delhi Quota and All India Quota.

Process after Successful Seat Allocation

After you have successfully allotted a seat in the University of Delhi affiliated medical colleges, you have to register on the online admission portal of the Faculty of Medical Sciences, Delhi University. Then, upload your documents, photographs, and signatures, and pay the registration fee to get admission into MBBS/BDS for 85% Delhi Quota and 15% All India Quota.

Go to the home page of the website (www.fmsc.ac.in) then click ‘Go to courses’ and then ‘UG courses’. Further, click on ‘MBBS/BDS admission’ and then on the online link under ‘Course updates UG (MBBS/MDS)’.

College Registration Fee

The online registration fee is Rs. 1500 whereas for SC, ST, PwBD, the registration fee is Rs.1000 only.

Required Documents for MAMC Registration

The following mentioned documents are to be uploaded while registering for MAMC MBBS admission after seat allocation:

  • Passport-size photograph of the applicant
  • Scanned signature of the applicant
  • Self-attested copy of NEET-UG admit card
  • Self-attested copy of NEET-UG scorecard
  • Self-attested copy of Aadhar card
  • Self-attested copy of matriculation certificate for verification of DOB
  • Self-attested copy of 11th and 12th mark sheet
  • Self-attested copy of 10+2 certificate
  • Domicile certificate (if applicable)
  • Certificate from the School Principal on the prescribed proforma available on the website
  • Certificate from the controlling authority of Patrachar Vidyalaya/NIOS (if required)
  • Self-attested copy of character certificate
  • Category and PwBD certificate (if required)
  • Self-attested copy of OCI card (if required)
  • Allotment letter issued by MCI

Surety Bond Money

At the time of provisional admission, you are required to execute a bond of three lakh rupees with two sureties to the college.

Click here to get conceptual clarity over MBBS subjects.

MD/MS Courses at MAMC 

Admission Procedure

Admission to various MD and MS specialities is done based on the NEET-PG score. It is the only way to get admission to MAMC to pursue an MD/MS degree. A highly competitive score is required to choose a medical speciality of your choice during the counselling process.

Number of Seats

There are a total of 245 PG seats at MAMC. The following table mentions the list of PG specialisation along with the number of seats:

MD Seats

MD Specialisation Number of Seats
50% DUQ 50% AIQ
Anatomy 4 3
Anaesthesia 14 14
Biochemistry 5 5
Community Medicine 5 5
Dermatology 2 1
Forensic Medicine and Toxicology 3 4
General Medicine 11 11
Microbiology 5 5
Pathology 4 5
Pediatrics 11 12
Pharmacology 3 2
Physiology 3 3
Psychiatry 2 1
Radiodiagnosis 10 10
Radiotherapy 3 3

 

MS Seats

MS Specialisation Number of Seats
50% DUQ 50% AIQ
ENT 4 4
Orthopaedics 7 8
Ophthalmology 8 9
General Surgery 8 8
Obstetrics and Gynecology 10 10


Required Documents for MAMC Registration

These documents are to be uploaded while registering for MAMC MD/MS admission after seat allocation:

  • Passport-size photograph of the applicant
  • Scanned signature of the applicant
  • Self-attested copy of matriculation certificate for verification of DOB
  • Self-attested copy of 11th and 12th mark sheet
  • Self-attested copy of certificate of MBBS qualification
  • Self-attested copy of detailed marks certificate of qualifying exams: I, II, and final prof exams of MBBS and year-wise detailed marks certificate of qualifying UG degree
  • Self-attested copy of MBBS examination attempt certificate
  • Self-attested copy of compulsory rotatory internship certificate
  • Self-attested copy of registration certificate from Delhi Medical Council/State Medical Council/NMC
  • Domicile certificate (if applicable)
  • Category and PwBD certificate (if required)
  • Self-attested copy of employer’s certificate/NOC, if employed
  • Self-attested copy of NEET-PG admit card
  • Self-attested copy of NEET-PG scorecard
  • Self-attested copy of Aadhar card
  • Allotment letter issued by MCI

College Registration Fee for MS/MD 

The registration fee for MS/MD admission is Rs. 3,000 per course except for SC/ST/PwBD category applicants. For SC/ST/PwBD applicants, the registration fee is Rs. 2000 per course.

MD/MS Fee Structure

The University’s Annual Fee is Rs. 15,900. The breakdown of the MD/MS fees at MAMC, Delhi:

Particulars (Annual basis) Amount (in Rs.)
Tuition Fees 13,000
Library Fees 500
Athletic Fees 10
Cultural Council Fees 5
NSS Fees 20
University Development Fund 900
Faculty Management Fees 1,465
Total Fees 15,900


Security Deposit 

You have to pay a refundable amount of Rs.10,000 as a security deposit, which will be refunded at the time of completion/leaving the course.

Surety Bond 

At the time of admission, you are required to submit a surety bond of Rs. 10 lakhs with two sureties to the college.

DM/M.Ch. Courses at MAMC 

Admission Procedure

Admission to three-year super speciality courses at MAMC (DM/M.Ch.) is done based on NEET-SS score. MAMC offers admission to 12 super specialty courses. The seat distribution to the super speciality courses is done under 100% Delhi University Quota (DUQ).

List of DM and M.Ch. courses at MAMC

  • M. Cardiology
  • M. Cardiac Anaesthesia
  • M. Medical Gastroenterology
  • M. Neonatology
  • M. Neurology
  • M. Pulmonary Medicine
  • M. Endocrinology
  • M. Neuro Anaesthesia
  • Ch. CVTS
  • Ch. Neurosurgery
  • Ch. Pediatric Surgery
  • Ch. Surgical Gastroenterology

Required Documents for MAMC Registration

The following documents are to be uploaded while registering for MAMC DM/M.Ch. admission after seat allocation:

  • Passport-size photograph of the applicant
  • Scanned signature of the applicant
  • Self-attested copy of matriculation certificate for verification of DOB
  • Self-attested copy of 11th and 12th mark sheet
  • Self-attested copy of MBBS degree
  • Self-attested copy of detailed marks certificate of qualifying exams: I, II, and final prof exams of MBBS
  • Self-attested copy of MD/MS/DNB certificate
  • Self-attested copy of MD/MS/DNB examination attempt certificate
  • Self-attested copy of registration certificate from Delhi Medical Council/State Medical Council/NMC
  • Proof of writing a thesis, if pursued DNB
  • Domicile certificate (if applicable)
  • Category and PwBD Certificate (if required)
  • Self-attested copy of employer’s certificate or NOC, if employed
  • Self-attested copy of NEET-SS admit card
  • Self-attested copy of NEET-SS scorecard
  • Self-attested copy of Aadhar card
  • Allotment letter issued by MCI

DM/M.Ch. Fee Structure

The registration fee for college is Rs. 5,000 and the annual fee for super speciality courses is Rs. 25,900. The breakdown of the DM/MCh fee at MAMC, Delhi is:

Particulars (Annual basis) Amount (in Rs.)
Tuition Fees 23,000
Library Fees 500
Athletic Fees 10
Cultural Council Fees 5
NSS Fees 20
University Development Fund 900
Faculty Management Fees 1,465
Total Fees 25,900.00


Security Deposit

You have to pay a refundable amount of Rs.10,000 as a security deposit, which will refunded at the time of completion/leaving the course.

Surety Bond

At the time of admission, you are required to submit a surety bond of Rs. 10 lakhs with two sureties to the college.

Apart from the undergraduate, postgraduate, and super speciality courses, MAMC offers admission to various PG Diploma courses and Ph.D. programs in the medical discipline.

The PG Diploma courses include Anaesthesia (D.A.), Obstetrics and Gynecology (D.G.O.), Ophthalmology (D.O.), ENT (D.L.O.), Pediatrics (D.C.H.), Radiodiagnosis (D.M.R.D.) and Dermatology, Venerology & Leprosy (D.D.V.L.)

The Ph.D. degree is offered in three subjects, biochemistry, community medicine, and microbiology with a seat intake of 4, 4, and 2 respectively.

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