Lady Hardinge Medical, New Delhi Collage
Lady Hardinge Medical, New Delhi Collage
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Course MBBS
Establishment 1914
Management Yes
Afilated to University of Delhi

The Lady Hardinge Medical College for women was founded in 1914 to commemorate the visit of Her Majesty Queen Mary in 1911-12. Lady Hardinge the wife of the then viceroy was the first to take initiative for starting a medical college for women, as the lack of separate medical college for women made it almost impossible for Indian women to study medicine.

The foundation stone of this institution was laid by Lady Hardinge on 17th March, 1914. Unfortunately this great lady died later in the same year and on the suggestion of Queen Mary the college and the hospital was named after Lady Hardinge to perpetuate the memory of its founder.

The college and hospital was formally opened by Lord Hardinge the then viceroy of India on 17th February 1916. The close association of countess of Dufferin Fund Council continued over many years and senior teaching staff almost exclusively consisted of its members till India became independent.

The college started under the able leadership of Dr. Kate Platt, who was the first Principal of the college. The duration of course covered a period of 7 years including 2 years of pre-medical intermediate science course or Punjab University. The students had to travel all the way to Lahore for their examination and to compete with the students of the Kind Edward Medical College, Lahore. The premedical science departments were closed in 1935, thus reducing the course in the college from 7 years to 5 years. In 1960 rotating internship was introduced for 6 months. The MBBS course was reduced from 5 years to 41/2 years in 1964 with compulsory internship of one year.

The number of admissions to the first year was increased gradually from 16 per year in 1916 to 60 in 1956. In 1961 the admissions were increased to 100 and were further raised to 130 in 1970. To implement the Central Educational Institution (Reservation In Admission) Act 2006 LHMC increased under graduate admissions to 150 in 2008 and is likely to be further increased to 200 in the coming year.

Since 1950, the college has been affiliated to University of Delhi. In view of considerable demand for post-graduate students, post-graduate courses were started in 1954 in affiliation with Punjab University and later on with University of Delhi in 1956. To start with only female post-graduate students were admitted, but since 1970 both males and female students are being enrolled for various postgraduate courses. Presently LHMC is admitting 92 PG candidates. Post Graduate admission will be increased in the coming years to implement OBC reservation.

Starting in 1916 with only 80 beds for the departments of Medicine, Obstetrics and gynecology, LHMC has now a bed strength of 877 beds in Smt. S.K. Hospital and 370 beds in Kalawati Saran Children Hospital. A separate outpatient block was started in 1958 to cater to the needs of ever increasing population of Delhi.
A- Under-graduate and Post-graduate Medical courses
For admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses the notification and prospectus is issued by University of Delhi.  Candidates are required to contact Dy. Registrar, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Patel Chest Building, University of Delhi directly. (Ph No. 011- 27667647)

The basic information regarding details for different courses conducted by the Institution are given below in a tabular form. The details given below are regarding the name, duration of the course, tentative month of the entrance examination for admission and its Admission Notice and Eligibility for admission. Admission notice with various details is published by Faculty of Medical Sciences of Delhi University, in leading Newspapers & University of Delhi’s Websit

Sl.No Name of Course Eligibility Duration of the course Month of Entrance Exam Admission Notice
1 M.B.B.S 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English individually with a minimum of 50% marks (40% marks in case of SC/ST & 45% marks OBC Category) taken together in Physics, Chemistry & Biology.
Age: 17 years as on 31st December of the year of admission & above
4 ½ years + One Year Internship May (for DUMET) February for DUMET
2 M.D/M.S MBBS Degree from a Medical College affiliated to University of Delhi and Date of completion of internship (12 months) on or before 31st March 3 years February for DPGMET December
3 PG Diploma -do- 2 years -do- -do-
4 M.Ch. (Paediatric Surgery) M.S. Degree 2 years July March-April
The details of seats available for the M.B.B.S Course under various categories is indicated below:
Total admission capacity for M.B.B.S 150
Seats filled through Entrance examination
Conducted by the University of Delhi :
Unreserved Seats
 55
Reserved seats for SC/ST/OBC (15% ,7.5% &27%*  respectively) 19 SC, 10 ST, 14 OBC *
Reserved seat/s for Handicapped student(3%)
Children/widows of Armed Forces
Personnel killed/disabled
3% seats are reserved On horizontal basis For this category 6 seats are reserved on horizontal basis For this category
Government Nominees 30
Seats (15%) filled through
Entrance examination by CBSE (AIPMT
22
Held in April (Preliminary) & May (Final)
Notified by CBSC in October of the previous year
16 UR, 03 SC, 01 ST, 02 OBC *
* 27% reservation will be provided for OBC candidates, when the final phase of Central Educational Institutions (Reservations in Admission) Act 2006 is implemented.

The details of annual fees charged from the MBBS students including one time refundable security is as under:

  Compulsory Annual Fees
Chargeable from
Hostellers
Compulsory Annual
Fees Chargeable from
Day Scholars
Tution Fees Rs. 200/- Rs. 200/-
Hostel Charges Rs. 264/- --
Laboratory Fee Rs. 10/- Rs. 10/-
Games & Magazine fee Rs. 35/- Rs. 35/-
Fan Fee Rs. 16/- --
Sports Council fee Rs. 50/- Rs. 50/-
Literary Fee Rs. 5/- Rs. 5/-
Security deposit Rs. 300/- Rs. 100/-
Fee against the Sexual Rs. 10/- Rs. 10/-
Harassment commitee - -
University Enrolment fee Rs. 300/- Rs. 300/-
Insurance Fee Rs. 10/- -
Identity Card Fee Rs. 5/- Rs. 5/-
Library Fee Rs. 10/- Rs. 10/-
Cultural council fee Rs. 10/- Rs. 10/-
University Development fee Rs. 60/- Rs. 60/-
N.S.S Fund Rs. 20/- Rs. 20/-
Total Rs. 1305/- Rs. 815/-
University Registration Rs.4800/- (From foreign students only)
Brief outline of the course and content of study for the MBBS Course is as under:
First Professional MBBS : 12 months w.e.f. August to next July Subjects taught are Anatomy, Physiology Biochemistry & Community Medicine
Second Professional MBBS : 17 months w.e.f. August to next December Subjects taught are Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Forensic Medicine, Medicine, Surgery, Obstt. & Gynae, Ophthalmology, ENT, Paediatrics, Dermatology, Psychiatry and Community Medicince.
Third Professional MBBS Part-I : 12 months From January to December Subjects taught are Medicine, Surgery, Obstt. & Gynae, ENT, Ophtha, Community Medicine, Paediatrics, Dermatology, Psychiatry
Third Professional MBBS Part-II : 12 months From January to December Subjects taught are Medicine, Surgery, Obstt. & Gynae, Paediatrics, Dermatology, Psychiatry & Radiology.
Duration of Internship is 12 months after the Final Examination. During this period, they also spend 2 months in the rural health centers for field work.  The interns get a stipend of Rs.8900/- per month.
Guidelines for admission to Postgraduate (M.D/M.S/Diploma Courses)

50% All India quota seats & proportionately SC/ST/OBC seats are filled by Director General of Health Services on the basis of  merit in the All India Postgraduate Medical Entrance Examination conducted by All India Institute of Medical Sciences in the month of January notified in September of the previous year.

50% Delhi University quota seats and proportionately SC/ST/OBC quota seats are filled by Delhi University through Delhi University’s Post-graduate Medical Entrance Examination. Postgraduate Degree / Diploma Courses
Total admission capacity for M.D./M.S. Courses 71 + 59 (from 2010 session)
PG Diplomas 18
50% is All India quota
50% is Delhi University quota
15% seats are reserved for SC quota
7.5% seats are reserved for ST quota

Postgraduate Degree/Diploma Courses are being run by the college in the following specialities for 130 MD/MS and 18 PG Diploma annual admissions

• Anaesthesia • Anatomy • Medicine
• Biochemistry • Community Medicine • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
• Dermatology • Forensic Medicine • Orthopaedics
• Paediatrics • Surgery • Microbiology
• Pharmacology • Ophthalmology • Physiology
• Psychiatry • Otorhinolaryngology • Radiology
• Pathology    
B.COLLEGE OF NURSING (B.Sc. Nursing)
Introduction

The college of Nursing Lady Hardinge Medical College and Associated Hospitals, New Delhi is pioneer institute for nursing education in India.  It was started as a school of nursing in 1916 and was upgraded to college of nursing in Sep 2007 with the initiative and financial support of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The College of Nursing is academically affiliated to University of Delhi and is recognized by Indian Nursing Council.

The primary objective of the college is to improve the quality of nursing education keeping in mind the growing need for quality nursing care.

Students gain excellent practical experience from the prestigious LHMC and Associate Hospitals.

Objectives of Educational Programme:

The aim of the course is to select students with potentials for professional Nursing and provide the needed environment and experience.

To develop an understanding of the biological and behavioral Sciences applied in meeting the Nursing needs of individual patients and acquire ability to plan and implement it in care of sick, prevention of disease, promotion of health, rehabilitation and in meeting emergency situations in co-operation with others.

To develop understanding and ability to use communication skills effectively and to maintain good inter-personal relationship.

To create an understanding of the Nurse’s individual responsibility as a member of society and as a member of Nursing profession and ability to participate in the changing society.

To develop an appreciation and awareness of the need for continuing education for growth and development of self and profession.

To develop an understanding of nursing with a view to generate new perspectives and innovative approaches to deal with problems encountered in nursing and health field.To equip the students with sound theoretical knowledge by integrating other science subjects like behavioral science and biological science.

Course of studies

The College of Nursing offers B.Sc.(Hons.) Nursing Course of 4 years duration.

FEES AND OTHER CHARGES. Fees to be paid at the time of Admission

List  
A. DELHI UNIVERSITY CHARGES (in Rupees)
1 Registration Fee 5.00 p.a.
2 University enrolment fee 250.00 p.a.
3 Delhi University cultural council fee 5.00 p.a.
4 Delhi University Athletic fee 50.00 p.a.
5 Delhi University Development Fee 300.00 p.a.
6 World University Service 5.00 p.a.
7 Annual Examination Fee (Theory) 500.00 p.a.
8 Annual Examination Fee (practical) 500.00 p.a.
9 Cost of Examination form 10.00 p.a.
10 Market-sheet charges 30.00 p.a.
11 NSS fee 20.00 p.a.
B INSTITUTIONAL CHARGES  
12 Tuition Fee 250.00 p.a.
13 Identity card (full course) 50.00
14 Caution Money (Refundable) 500.00
15 Games fee + library fee (Full course) 500.00
16 Additional expenses for hostel fee( Full course) 600.00
17 Water, fan geyser, electricity fee (Full Course) 600.00
18 Mess charges (half of July &August @ Rs.800.00 pm) 1200.00
  TOTAL 5375.00

Attendance Requirements: 75% in theory and practical for appearing in examination. However, 100% practical requirements must be completed before the award of degree as per Indian Nursing Council/and University guidelines.

Hostel/Mess :Residing in the Hostel is compulsory

Stipend: During fourth year (internship year) B.Sc.(Hons.) Nursing students receive an amount of Rs. 500/- per month as internship allowance from the Government.

Recreation: In the hostel, Indoor and outdoor games are provided for their recreation.  Reading materials are also provided in the recreation room of the hostel.

Student Nurses Association:

The students have an organization of their own which is affiliated to the Student Nurses Association of India and further affiliated to Trained Nurses Association of India.  They are encouraged to arrange their own extra curricular activities and thus to accept leadership roles.  There is a contributory Fund which is utilized for sending delegates to conferences and to arrange social and cultural activities through out the year.

B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing Syllabus: The purpose of the Course is to assist students become a professional nurse who is committed to the promotion of health, prevention of disease, care during illness and rehabilitation of the clients. The curriculum has been planned to provide in -depth knowledge to enable the graduate to function effectively in varied nursing health care setting at individual, family and community levels in urban as well as rural areas.

Medium of instruction is English. Students are expected to have proficiency in English language (verbal as well as written).

Areas Of Study include: Biophysics, Biochemistry, Biology, and Microbiology, Fundamentals of Nursing, Anatomy & Physiology, Psychology, Sociology, Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology Nutrition Dietetics, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing Pediatric Nursing, Obstetrical Nursing, Community Health Nursing Introduction to Nursing Education & Administration and introduction to Research and Statistics. Students have practical experience both in hospital and community settings. Examinations are held in the month of March-April at the end of each academic year. However, internal assessment is done continuously throughout the academic session by conducting term tests, seminars, assignments, projects and other reports etc.

Other Information

  1. 1. Students are expected to follow the rules of the College and Hostel and failure to do so will lead to disciplinary action.
  2. 2. Students are advised not to keep heavy cash, gold jewellery and costly electronic items in their rooms.
  3. 3. Candidates selected for admission to B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing are required to make arrangement for purchasing the uniform for clinical experience.
  4. 4. Students are required to buy text-books and stationery for their courses.
    • In case of any disputes related to admission, will be dealt under Jurisdiction of Delhi Courts only.
Library

The Central Library has about 27 thousand books on medical and related subjects. There are about 24 thousand bound Journals and 50 thousand loose issues of journals. At present the Library is subscribing 160 titles of journals.

The Library is providing the following facilities:

  • The book and the journal sections are open to the readers from 8am to 8pm. The books are issued between these timings.

  • Photocopying facility is available free of cost. However, the reader has to provide the paper for this purpose.

  • Inter facility -The Library has internet facility, connected to the National Medical Library under the consortia (ermed.nml.nic).

  • Audio-Video facility -There is an audio-video section containing 100 cassettes on medical subjects with 6 VCPs and 6 colour television sets.

  • E)There is a `Reading Room’ for the students/faculty. It is kept open round the clock.
SPORTS & RECREATION
There are ample opportunities available to the students to give expression to their extra curricular activities. The campus has a swimming pool, Tennis courts, badminton courts, gymnasium and table tennis facilities in addition to indoor games. There is full time physical instructress on the staff strength to guide students in these activities.
U.G.HOSTEL
Facility of hostel is available for 450 undergraduate students. Hostel has 5 blocks out of which 1 block is multistoreyed (W.Block) with lift facility. The mess is run by hostelers with the help of a contractor. There is a recreation room in the hostel where the students can watch TV and play indoor games. Facilities for playing outdoor games like badminton and volley ball are also available. There is a registered U.G.Hostel Welfare Society which is looked after by the Faculty and the Students representatives.
RESIDENT HOSTEL

Facilities are available for 241 Resident doctors out of which some rooms are for married residents.

  • POST OFFICE
  • POLICE POST
  • CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA BRANCH
  • CANTEENS FOR FACULTY MEMBERS, DOCTORS , STUDENTS & STAFF.
  • INTERNET CAFE
  • CRECHE , ATM counters for Central Bank of India and Bank of Baroda
Address Shaheed Bhagat Singh Road, New Delhi - 110001
E-mail info@ihmc.in
Website http://www.mohfw.nic.in
Phone 011-23363728, 23363609, 3363596



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