Armed Forces Medical College

Govt Est. 1962Pune, Maharashtra
About College

The Armed Forces Medical College, Pune is one of the top-ranking Medical college of India and acknowledged as a centre of excellence for education and research. The college was established in the Year 1962 and is managed by the Indian Armed Forces. It is affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) and recognized by Govt. of India and the National Medical Commission (NMC). It has an annual intake of 150 seats in MBBS, 193 seats in 36 disciplines of Post-Graduate studies and 10 seats in 5 disciplines of super- Specialization studies. The AFMC was set up in 1948 in the immediate post-world war period. On the recommendations of the BC Roy Committee, remnants of the Indian Army Medical Corps units were amalgamated into one unit to create the Armed Forces Medical College. One of the first plastic surgery departments in India was established at the college in the early 1950s. The "Graduate Wing" of AFMC was established on 4 August 1962 with an aim to increase the intake of medical graduates into the Armed Forces. 

AFMC was ranked third among medical colleges in India in 2019 by India Today and second among medical colleges in India in 2019 by Outlook India and fourth in India by The Week. Currently, it is the 2nd best medical college in India after AIIMS New Delhi. AFMC has been awarded ‘A’ Grading and a CGPA of 3.51 out of a maximum of 4 (87.5%) in NAAC, which is the highest ever awarded to any medical institution in India. The Biochemistry lab of AFMC Hospital is NABL Certified. Founded in 1945, MJAFI is one of the oldest medical journals of India. MJAFI is publishing its 75th volume in 2019 making it a platinum jubilee year. It is a quarterly, peer reviewed international publication and is circulated to all members of Armed Forces Medical Services of India, all medical college libraries of India and subscribers.

The AFMC campus is spread in a lush green area of over 119 Acres with state of the art infrastructure with latest technologies and in sync with the recent developments in medical education. The college has well-defined Pre-clinical, Para-clinical and Clinical departments with best of facilities. There are very good spacious lecture halls, Examination halls, Demonstration rooms, Departmental museums and Skill Laboratories. There are Air-conditioned reading rooms, Cafeteria, Gym room, Indoor and Outdoor sports and Games facility including tennis, squash, basketball, and a swimming pool. The college has a separate library building which is open 24X7 with an excellent collection of medical books and journals, back volumes, Atlases, Dictionaries, Directories, Encyclopaedias, Technical Reports. There are a large number of societies and clubs like the Student Scientific Society, Computer Club, Hobbies Club, Debating Club, Adventure Club, Dance Club and Musimatics. where students can pursue extra-curricular interests.

Additional campus facilities such as Auditorium, Boys Hostel, Canteen, Computer Lab, Girls Hostel, Gym, Hospital, Library, Medical Facilities, Lecture Room are also there. The College is fully residential with separate hostels for boys and girls. Residence in the hostels is mandatory for all the cadets for the entire duration of the course. The Boys Hostel is housed in a building which was built in 1965 and comprises 6 blocks of three floors each. There are a total of 277 rooms of approximately 8 sqmt (86 sq ft) area (single-seaters) and 162 rooms of approximately 18.5 sqmt (199 sq ft) area (double seaters). All the rooms are fully furnished. The girls' hostel was constructed in 1984 and can accommodate 130 cadets in 70 single-seater and 30 double seater rooms. The new Boys Hostel has four blocks with four floors each having 18 spacious rooms with balconies. The officers' floors for officers pursuing their post graduation courses have been incorporated into the boys hostel. Subsidized messing is provided to all medical cadets. The Central Cadets Mess was opened in 2009 for all cadets to dine together. Students are not allowed to be married or to marry during the course, and are liable to serve in the medical services of the Armed Forces, on successful completion of MBBS for seven years and the UG students have to wait for 4years before appearing for the NEET PG courses.

Number of Seats in Post-Graduation and Super-Specialization
CLINICALPARA-CLINICALPRE-CLINICALSUPER-SPECIALIZATION
MDMSMCH
Radio-Diagnosis7Ophthalmology8PSM12Physiology4Cardio Vascular and thoracic Surgery3
Obstetrics & Gynaecology8        
Psychiatry5Orthopaedics6Pathology10Bio-Chemistry2Neuro Surgery3
General Medicine22        
Paediatrics8 Diploma in Ophthalmology 2Microbiology9Anatomy4 Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 3
Anaesthesiology15        
Pulmonary Medicine3ENT6Forensic Medicine2   DM 
Dermatology4        
Immuno Haematology & Blood Transfusion2General Surgery21Pharmacology2   Cardiology 1
Hospital Administration8        
Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology4 Diploma in Public Health 3      
Diploma in Radio-Diagnosis1        
Diploma in Anaesthesia2        
Diploma in Hospital Administration6        
Diploma in Oto-Rhino-Laryngology2        
Diploma in Psychological Medicine1        
Diploma in Dermatology2        
Sports Medicine2        

The Attached Hospitals

Affiliated hospitals of AFMC include Command Hospital (Southern Command) - The Command Hospital (SC) was established in 1869.  It was one of three military hospitals established at and around Poona in the same year.  It was initially the British Military Hospital, Wanowrie. The location of Military Hospital, Wanowrie is presently occupied by the upper wing and main office building of Command Hospital (Southern Command).  The lower wing of the Command Hospital presently occupies six large buildings that were referred to as the “Connaught Barracks” and originally housed troops of the Poona garrison. The Malignant Diseases Treatment Centre occupies the first building specially constructed as a ward for Military Hospital, Wanowrie in 1869. The new hospital was designated Military Hospital, Poona on 01 Jan 1948.  The hospital was re-designated as Command Hospital (Southern Command) on 08 April 1967.  It is spread over 105 acres of land.  Command Hospital(Southern Command) is the largest hospital of the Indian Army.  The hospital acquitted itself with great distinction during OP Pawan in Srilanka by treating 868 casualties.  It has also provided medical aid during natural calamities such as the earthquakes at Bhuj and Latur, floods at Sangli and the Tsunami in Southern India. The Command Hospital (Southern Command) is a mega-tertiary care hospital.

Military Hospital (Cardio Thoracic Centre) - The 600 bedded hospital is committed to provide comprehensive holistic patients care for cases of pulmonary tuberculosis, cardiac and respiratory diseases. 

Artificial Limb Centre-Although ALC was raised with the primary objective of meeting the prosthetic and orthotic requirements of disabled personnel of the armed forces, from 1951 the facilities were gradually extended to civilians as well.  In 1958, a 70 bedded civilian wing was added to this Centre.  A 120 bedded ward was already authorized for Defence Services personnel and ex-servicement.  In 1964, sub centre were established at Delhi and Lucknow to provide repair facilities.  Additional sub centre have since been established at Chandimandir, Guwahati and Bangalore. 

Military Hospital (Khadki) - At present it has 846 beds with an additional 100 crisis expansion beds. AFMC also works as a hospital for civilians in collaboration with the command hospital (SC).

Contact Details:

Armed Forces Medical College, Wanowrie, Pune - 411040

Phone: 020-26334201

Email: [email protected]

website: https://www.afmc.nic.in/

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Admission Process

 MCC (Medical Counselling Committee) COUNSELING PROCESS:-

The MCC/DGHS conducts Counseling for allotment of Post Graduate (MD/MS/Diploma and MDS) seats to the NEETPG/MDS eligible and qualified candidates in participating Government Medical/Dental Colleges of the country under 50% All India Quota and 100% Central & Deemed University quota every year. All the candidates who have qualified for All India Quota seats on the basis of their rank in NEET PG /MDS conducted by NBE including candidates from Union Territory of J&K will be eligible. The role of MCC of DGHS is limited to allotment of seats to the participating candidates, as per their merit and choice, which starts only after receiving the list/data/Information of successful candidates from National Board of Examinations (NBE) i.e. the NEET (PG) examination conducting body 

Candidates who fall under the category of NRI as per the directions/ orders of Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the case (W.P. No. 689/2017- Consortium of Deemed Universities in Karnataka (CODEUNIK) & Anr. Vs. Union of India &Ors.) dated 22-08- 2017 are eligible for NRI Category seats. OCI/PIO/Foreign Nationals will be eligible for only NRI seats .The eligible Indian National Candidates wanting to get converted to sponsored NRI category have to submit the  documents as and when the same are called for by the MCC

Seat Matrix:- 

 

MCC 100%
Management(%) NRI(%)
8515

Eligibility Condition:

  • The candidate should have qualified under NEET-PG eligibility.
  • Domicile-free Counseling (Open to all)

Step Wise Counseling Process conducted by MCC

 There are multiple rounds of counselling i.e. Round 1, Round 2,  Round 3 & Stray Vacancy Round. ALL four rounds of AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB,  are conducted by MCC  through ONLINE ONLY i.e., Round 1, Round 2 , Round 3, and Stray Vacancy round. In the YEAR 2022–23 (Round 3) was called the Mop-Up round, where there was no sliding (upgradation) from the 2nd round to the mop-up round, but in 2023–2024, there was an upgradation from ROUND 2 to Round 3. In 2023-2024 Stray Vacancy Round was ONLINE, but in 2022-23 Stray Vacancy Round is conducted physically by the Deemed Universities for which the list of registered & eligible Candidates is forwarded by MCC to the respective Deemed Universities. The allotment shall only be in terms of merit. As per the directions issued by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in SLA(C) No. 10487 of 2021, the AIQ scheme has been modified and 04 rounds of AIQ counselling will be conducted by MCC of DGHS, MoHFW. Hence, 3rd round (earlier mop-up round) and fourth round i.e. stray vacancy round will be conducted in AIQ from 2021-22 onwards.

 

 

RoundsTypes of Counselling 
Round 1- (By MCC)AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB
Round 2- (By MCC)AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB
 Round 3- (By MCC)AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB
Stray Vacancy Round- - By MCC for AIQ, Central University/Institutes , DNBAIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB
Special Stray Vacancy Round -Online - By respective Deemed UniversityAIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB

First Round:- (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-AIQ, Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix display
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download the allotment letter
  • Options for an allotted candidate
  1. “Satisfied with the allotted seat and candidate is willing to report to the allotted college, not interested in further allotment of seats in any subsequent round for any discipline”.
  2. The candidate is satisfied with the allotted seat but wishes to participate in the next round. Such candidates should pay the prescribed fees
  3. The candidate is not satisfied with the present allotment and wishes to participate in the next round of counselling. The previously allotted seat is forfeited and offered to the next eligible candidate
  4. Not satisfied with MCC allotted seat and candidate has got seat elsewhere, so candidate is quitting and not to be considered for allotment of seats in any of the further rounds

2nd Round :- (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB)

Fresh Registration for Mop-up Round (not required for earlier resigned candidates)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-AIQ, Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix display
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download the allotment letter
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit) (Exit With Forfeiture of Fees )( Upgradation is available For  Round 3 only.)
  • Reporting at the Medical Institutions/university against 2nd Round (candidates once joined the allotted seat against 2nd Round are not allowed to vacate the seat)

3rd Round :- (AIQ, Deemed University, Central University/Institutes, DNB)
Fresh Registration for Mop-up Round (not required for earlier resigned candidates)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit)(Exit With Forfeiture Of Fees )
  • Reporting To The College

Stray vacancy: (AIQ,  Central University/Institutes, DNB)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit)(Exit With Forfeiture Of Fees )
  • Reporting To The College

Special Stray vacancies:- (DEEMED)

  • Notification for counseling process
  • NRI application with appropriate documents to be mailed for opening NRI portal ([email protected])
  • Registration fee varies as per the Filling of application form for-Deemed, CU, DU, Central Institutes, AFMS
  • Seat matrix
  • Choice filling
  • Seat allotment
  • All allotted students must download allotment letter
  • If Allotted (No Free Exit)(Exit With Forfeiture Of Fees )
  • Reporting To The College

MCC ALLOTMENT PDF LINKS FOR THE YEAR  2023-24:

 

 

Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Round 1  PDF CLICK HERE
Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Round 2  PDF CLICK HERE
Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Round 3  PDF CLICK HERE
Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Stray Vacancy Round  PDF CLICK HERE
Provisional NEET-PG Counselling Seats Allotment -2023-24 Special Stray Vacancy Round  PDF CLICK HERE

Note: The Admission Process is written as per the ordinance of the official Counselling Agency.

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