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Top 11 Private Medical Colleges in India - 2015

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MBBS, always hits hot-list of class 12th students is also in demand and most sought after course.

Medical and allied courses have witnessed tremendous growth with penetration of advanced research in the Healthcare.

The industry, which has also been ensuring promising career in government and private healthcare institutions has inturn led to increase in number of medical institutions in India.

Medical education is usually seen as a public good. It is hence burdened with a huge, noble responsibility. It bears the need to educate well and wisely the students so that the student's future patients life may depend on it.

In India, there are about 370 medical colleges, which produce nearly 50,000 doctors each year. Making India one of the largest creator of doctors in the world.

The country with innumberable institutions offering with range of medical course lands MBBS aspirants in state of confusion on the selection of college and course.

To make their road map easier The Week conducted " Week-Hansa Research Survey," across all private medical institutions in India and prepared a list of Top 11 Private Medical Colleges in India.

The below table provides you the details on Top 11 Private Medical Colleges in India.

RankName of the CollegeLocation
 1Christian Medical College Vellore
 2 Kasturba Medical College (KMC)
 Manipal
 3 St John's Medical College
 Bangalore
 4 Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute
Chennai 
 5 Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre
 Kochi
 6 Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Wardha
 7 Dayananda Medical College and Hospital
 Ludhiana
 8 Christian Medical College
 Ludhiana
9 Kasturba Medical College
 Mangalore
10 M S Ramaiah Medical College
 Bangalore
 11 Era's Lucknow Medical College
Lucknow 

 Top 11 Private Medical Colleges in India - 2015

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