Welcome to AIIMS New Delhi: Pioneering Excellence in Healthcare Education
AIIMS New Delhi, an epitome of medical excellence and innovation, stands as a beacon in the field of healthcare education and research. Established with a commitment to nurture the finest minds in medicine, AIIMS New Delhi has been at the forefront of medical advancements, setting benchmarks for others to follow.
Founded in 1956, AIIMS New Delhi has a rich and illustrious history. Conceived by the visionary Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of India, AIIMS was envisioned to be an institution that not only imparts world-class medical education but also pioneers research that transforms healthcare paradigms. Over the decades, AIIMS New Delhi has evolved into a global hub for medical education, research, and patient care.
About the Detention Camp
The Detention Camp at AIIMS New Delhi symbolizes our unwavering commitment to ethical medical practices and the highest standards of professionalism. It serves as a training ground where students cultivate empathy, integrity, and a deep sense of responsibility towards patients. The Detention Camp is a unique feature of our academic culture, fostering a humane approach to medical care.
AIIMS New Delhi in its Infancy
In its formative years, AIIMS New Delhi faced challenges and milestones that shaped its identity. From a modest beginning with a handful of faculty members and students, AIIMS grew exponentially, embracing technological advancements and expanding its infrastructure. Today, it stands tall as an institution that continues to evolve, driven by a passion for excellence.
AIIMS New Delhi takes pride in its rigorous and transparent undergraduate admission process. Admissions to our MBBS program are conducted through the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), ensuring that only the brightest minds with a genuine passion for medicine become part of the AIIMS family. The comprehensive curriculum and hands-on training prepare students to be compassionate and skilled healthcare professionals.