Vardhman Mahavir Medical College was established at Safdarjang Hospital by the Government of India in November, 2001. The college is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi. So far, Ninth Batches of the students have been admitted. The 10TH Batch of MBBS

programme will be admitted through this CET: MBBS – 2011.

Safdarjang Hospital is the largest hospital under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and is well known for its quality of services to all strata of society since preindependence era. As on date, it has more than 1,500 authorized beds including bassinets. It has annual OPD attendance of more than 90 lakhs patients. Vardhman Mahavir Medical College in association with Safdarjang Hospital provides modern facilities in all kinds of investigations and patients care. This hospital has specialty and super specialty departments, like, Neurology, Urology, CTVS, Nephrology, Respiratory Medicine, Burns & Plastic, Pediatric Surgery, Gastroenterology, Cardiology, etc. It has the facilities for cardiac catheterization, lithotripsy, sleep laboratory, endoscopies, arthroscopies, video EEG, neurosurgery, cardiac surgery and dialysis. The Hospital is also equipped with ICU and ICCU facilities.





One Hundred Forty(140) seats are available for admission to the graduate medical course of the College, leading to the award of the degree of MBBS of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, of the total, 109 seats will be filled on the basis of the Common Entrance Test – Code 25 [CET : MBBS – 2011] conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. 21 seats shall be filled up through CBSE and remaining 10 seats through Central Pool of Allocation. Out of the 109 seats to be filled on the basis of CET-2011, 72 seats are earmarked for students from Delhi Region and the remaining 37 seats will be filled on All India Region basis (See para 2.2.1).



Current Region-wise and Category-wise allocation of seats

in Vardhman Mahavir Medical College, which has been set

up on ‘All India Pattern’, is given below. However, there

may be changes depending upon the directions of the Govt.

of India, which shall be notified on the University website

http://www.ipu.ac.in before start of counselling/admissions.


II) For Delhi Region – Total 72 seats


General – 25

A. Subsidized

SC – 11

ST – 04

OBC – 19


B. Non – Subsidized Open for 13 all Categories


III) For All India Quota to be Filled  through CBSE – 21 seats


IV) Through Central Pool of Allocation 10






The course of studies leading to the award of degree of

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) shall

be minimum of 4½ years followed by one year compulsory

rotatory Internship.



In order to be eligible for appearing in the Professional

Examination each student of MBBS programme must meet

the attendance requirement both in Theory and Practicals/

Seminars/Presentations etc. as laid down in MCI guidelines.


For more details about the college and to interact with the medical students log on to the students’ website of Vardhman Mahavir Medical College www.nexomed.org





Army College of Medical Sciences (ACMS) has been

established by Army Welfare Education Society (AWES)

with the aim of providing quality medical education to

the children of eligible serving Army personnel, eligible

Ex-Army personnel and war widows/widows of the Army.

Students would be encouraged to join Armed Forces

Medical Services after completion of the course. The

Fourth academic session will commence with effect from

01 Aug 2011.



The ACMS is located near Base Hospital, Delhi Cantt

(BHDC), opposite Brar Square on the Ring Road between

Dhaula Kuan and Naraina. The College is well connected

to all parts of Delhi and easily accessible by public




A state of-the-art new College building with all modern

facilities is available. The College complex has

aesthetically designed buildings, green landscaping and

a striking ambience.



The College has hostel facilities and stay in the hostel is

mandatory. Separate hostels are available for boys and

girls with experienced wardens to ensure efficient

functioning. The students will be provided with all

facilities in the hostel to make them feel ‘at home’ so

that they can focus on Academics.




There are 100 seats for MBBS programme at ACMS. The

allotment of seats will be made strictly on merit on the

basis of marks obtained in the CET Stage-II: MBBS-2011

conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University





The admission to the ACMS is for the children of eligible

serving Army personnel, eligible Ex Army personnel and

war widows/widows of the Army. The children of following

categories of Army personnel are eligible and they are

required to submit the relevant certificate as given against

the category applicable to them as proof of their eligibility

for admission to ACMS at the time of Counseling/Admission


(a) The applicants must fall into one of the following

categories (Submit Certificate No. 1 as given in

Appendix-2) :-

(i) Children of serving Army personnel with

minimum 10 years continuous service in the


(ii) Children of Ex-Army personnel granted/awarded

regular pension, family pension, liberalized

family pension or disability pension at the time

of their superannuation, demise, discharge or

Release/ Invalidment Medical Board. This

includes children of recruits medically boarded

out and granted disability pension.

(iii) Children of Ex-Army personnel who have taken

discharge or been released after ten years of


(b) Adopted /Step children and children of Remarried

Widows (Submit Certificate No. 2 as given in


(i) Adopted Children of Army personnel if adopted

at least five years prior to seeking admission.

(ii) Step children are eligible provided they are born

from a wedding where at least one parent belonged

to the Army and who is otherwise eligible.

(c) Eligibility Criteria in Special Cases (Submit

Certificate No. 3 as given in Appendix-4).

(i) Children of Army Medical/Dental Corps Officers

presently serving with Navy or Air Force who

have served in the Army for at least 10 years

(ii) Children of APS personnel classified as Exservicemen

as per Govt. of India, Ministry of

Defence, letter No 9 (52)/88/D(Res) dt 19 Jul 89.

(iii) Children of APS personnel who are on

deputation and who have put in 10 years of

service in the Army.

(iv) Children of APS personnel who are directly

recruited into APS & competed 10 years of

service and who as per their terms and

conditions of service, retired from APS without

reversion to P&T Department after completing

their minimum pensionable service of which

10 years was in the Army.

(v) Children of members of MNS who have 10 years

service as regular members of MNS or are in

receipt of pension from the Army.

(vi) Children of TA personnel who have completed

10 years of embodied service.



Important instructions for Candidates seeking

admission in ACMS:-


(a) It is the responsibility of the candidates to ascertain

whether they possess the requisite qualifications for

admission. However, having been called for Written

test or Counselling does not necessarily mean

acceptance of eligibility. Final eligibility for

admission will be decided by the ACMS at the time

of Counselling and also later during the scrutiny of

documents by the University. If a candidate is found

to be ineligible at any time before or after the

commencement of course, the College reserves the

right to cancel his/her candidature without any refund

of the fees/charges paid.

(b) Additional Documents required to be produced in

Original alongwith a photocopy at the time of


(i) Proof of eligible category as per Para 3.5 (Submit

Certificate as Applicable).

(ii) Willingness Certificate as per Appendix -5.

(c) It is clarified that the Candidates eligible for

admission in ACMS as per above criteria must darken

only the ‘Yes’ circle in Column 25 of the Application

Form as given in Appendix-7.

(d) Children of Paramilitary forces like CRPF, BSF, ITBP,

CISF, Assam Rifles, GREF and DSC are not eligible

for the admission in ACMS.

75 Responses to IPU-CET/ VMMC

  1. Sir? Is ward of ex-airforce eligible for the admission in ACMS?

  2. Sir, Is ward of ex-airforce is also eligible for admission in ACMS?

  3. manish yadav says:

    I have done 11th and 12th from Delhi and is obc too. I need to ask can I get Delhi quota for admission in VMMC since it is NEET now

  4. Apoorva says:

    Sir, is it possible for a general category candidate( with delhi domicile) to get a mbbs seat in any ipu college at 780 state rank in open merit list?

  5. amal krishnan says:

    Sir, i am from general category and son of defence personel. My neet rank is 10334 and already applied to ACMS through IPU. Can I get admission

  6. Aditya says:

    Sir, my all india NEET rank is 1537 (general category) & marks are 553. Can I hope for getting admission in VMMC ?

  7. Apoorva says:

    Sir, i m from general category & i have delhi domicile. My all india neet rank- 8165. My marks- 499. My percentile- 98.87. Can i get any mbbs seat in ipu?

  8. Sorabh says:

    But sir the non subsidized seats also available for all india which were already to be filled through ipu cet but now through neet. Please tell me complete annual payment for this type of seat

  9. MAHIMA YADAV says:

    I am from Delhi OBC category. My neet all india rank is 17703. My marks in neet is 456. Can I get admission in VMMC or Hindu To.

  10. sorabh says:

    1. sir i have 117 neet all india rank and belongs to outside delhi gen category .can i get admission in vmmc
    2. sir can you tell me complete annual fee and other payment of non subsidized seat in vmmc

  11. MANOJ KUMAR says:

    sir I get 372 marks neet rank 53456 and sc cat rank 2164 kya mujhe delhi m koi sa bhi college mil skta hai ip ka

  12. Ankush mittal says:

    Sir I have got 306 marks in Neet 2016 is there any Chace for me get college and my category rank is 55721 and my percentile is 85.72

  13. tanvi chawla says:

    sir, i got 437 marks in neet 2016. i am from delhi and belong to general category.is there any chance of getting admission in ip university?please reply

  14. Siddharth Suri says:

    Sir ,
    since this is the neet year is there any change (if any) in the number of seats for delhi domicile or all india seats. also what are the nimber of seats in NDMC and the new medical college that has opened in delhi

  15. Sir , does vmmc have very bad hostel for first year and is there any chance that vmmc can loose internal pg in next 6 years

  16. Apaar says:

    Sir i have heard of Internal PG in vmmc but someone said that internal pg is only for those who take admission through ipu cet or domicile of Delhi and a student getting mbbs seat through Aipmt is not eligible for internal pg in vmmc ..is it true ???

  17. sir , i m medical aspirant i want to get selected in vmmc i belong to def. catagory …..sir i warked too hard for exam but in exam i failed to qualify sir …..i am very much depressed …what should i do to to crack ipu cet i&ii plz sir …help the helpless…!

    • Rahul Chawla says:

      Stop crying. Grow up. Identify your weakness and work on it accordingly. There’s a reason for every failure. And there’s a failure behind every success. Read my past posts. Study. Give your 100%.

  18. pooja says:

    sir if do mbbs from acms….then if there will be any quota for pg seats of ipu…or vmmc?????

  19. hemant says:

    Sir, my rank is 790 in IPU mbbs gen/def. Can I get Adms in vmms or army college.

  20. arpit says:

    sir my air in ip mbbs cet is 170, i am from delhi region general candidate, can i get admission in vmmc.

  21. Ajayjha38 says:

    Sir, my daughter has got ranking 1618 in medical exam 2014 and she has done 12th from Delhi. Is there any hope for her to seek admission in mbbs ?

  22. What is the criteria for clearing stage I?

  23. Ayush says:

    Hi Rahul Sir!
    I’m really very interested in getting VMMC & SJH. It’s my dream college, I’ve prepared real hard for it and yet the number of seats are disappointingly less for Non-Delhi General category students. You’re an alumnus of the college, I’d really appreciate if you could help me out wiht my doubts. What should I do to make a difference in the exam? How can I level up my chances of getting through this particular entrance test. Also, are both the Prelims & Mains exams of the same level or one is harder than the other. It’s sheer anxiety that has taken over me but I’m sure you’ve seen many like me.
    Hope to get replied soon.

  24. yashmita says:

    Plz tell me if I can apply for acms quota as my papa served in Indian air force and presently they come under ex-service men category.
    Also I have completed my 10,11 & 12the from Jaipur Rajasthan.
    So m I eligible for applying for vmmc???

  25. Nitika says:

    The stage II exam of IPU cet will be held only in delhi, on 1st of June, same day as AIIMS. If i qualify and pass the preliminary stage 1 exam, I will have to go to Delhi for stage 2, But i cannot miss AIIMS exam, If i give both their centres in delhi, will it be possible to move from one centre of AIIMS to another of IPU CET in 30 minutes? Bcz Aiims is from 10am to 1.30 pm and IPU CET stage 2 from 2pm to 5 pm. Will I be able to manage?
    P.S- I am from Jharkhand and i know nothing about the centres in delhi and i serioously need your help.

    • Deepak Dwivedi says:

      It depends on how far your centres are. You can have a clear idea only when your centres are allotted. If they are really close to each other, well and good. But trust me, 30 minutes is just not sufficient to switch from one centre to another… But still all you’ve left to do is try your luck if you don’t wanna miss any of the exams. Lastly i would say is, please make a smart choice in the end….

  26. akash yadav says:

    is IPU CET and vmmc pmt r same exams can we get admission in acms through vmmc pmt

  27. Nikhil says:

    If someone is studying in MBBS 1st year in another state (Bihar). Can he apply for NEET ug/ AIPMT (to get good college). And if he has studied class 11th and 12th from Delhi and now in 1st year MBBS in Bihar, will the Delhi quota be availabe to him/her ?

  28. Nikhil says:

    If someone is studying in MBBS 1st year in another state (Bihar). Can he apply for NEET ug/ AIPMT (to get good college). And if he has studied class 11th and 1th from Delhi and now in 1st year MBBS in Bihar, will the Delhi quota be availabe to him/her ?

  29. Ritu sharma says:

    Sir, if i take vmmc for mbbs.may i am also applicable for pg seat under delhi quota?
    Reply soon plzz. .

  30. Bharat says:

    GGSIP is a Delhi state university where preference should b given to delhi domicile students as is being given by other states to its domiciles. Then why delhi domiciles are not given priority ? and what is logic of giving separate rankings for all india , delhi , up or haryana? why delhites should suffer on the cost of students from other states.

  31. Akanksha says:

    Ipu is now through neet but we filled its form. We dont get any benefit? like in bhu only the applied ppl were called though it took admissions through neet too.. what about ACMS this year? how many seats are there in ipu this yr for mbbs?
    are no seats reserved for delhi region?

  32. Guneet says:

    do you have any idea about mbbs admissions in IPU for session 2013.. ??

    When will the admission process start??

    • rahullmishra says:

      It may take a couple of weeks time more.Actually, the ip is including a few more medical colleges for this session and whose approval is being awaited and it’s d reason for delay.

  33. akshaY says:

    what do we mean frm subsidizd nd non subsidizd seats..???

  34. paru says:

    i went through the brochure.so u say -according to the ranking in CET ,seats are filled in order ,first subsidized then non subsidized ..plz correct me if i m wrong..
    hw many days for bilogy @ your fingertips??handbook of biology is a book i have seen really for the first time..plz do something like this in physics and chemistryalso

    • Rahul Chawla says:

      yes..fingertips would take 10-15 days more. I am also writing similar books for physics and chemistry also but would take 6-8 months to get printed and come out in the market

  35. it is abruptly learnt from a source that this year i.e in the year 2012; some nominal percentage of seats will be awarded to the candidates appearing in the aipmt, under cbse ; how far this is true? whether any direction in this regard has been come to you from H’ble Supreme Court or the authority has taken up such decision. as my son who is appearing in the coming aipmt has a dream since his childhood that he will serve the country as a doctor. but i am an officer in the Govt. of India since 1988.will be obliged if get some reply in this regard. TKS in anticipation.

  36. paru says:

    sir what are subsidized seats ..who are eligible for them…whether only the delhi ones or all over

    • Rahul Chawla says:

      half of the seats through all india and delhi category are subsidized and the fees is Rs. 15000 and for the rest it’s 115000

      • paru says:

        i m not asking about fees structure now but i m asking what are subsidized seats..who are eligible for them? can i have a phone conversation also?

      • Rahul Chawla says:

        first to be filled are the subsidized seats, both all india as well as delhi category…..it means the fees is less..for no. of seats, refer to brochure

  37. paru says:

    what is the fee structure for mbbs in colleges from ipu cet?

  38. saloni kamboj says:

    candidates undergoing senior sec exam from cbse,residing outside delhi,r eligible?
    how to apply?i mean forms n ol?

  39. varsha sheoran says:

    will addmission to acms under ipu will held for session 2012-2013? and what about the canditates those quallified for acms this year?

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