University College of Medical Sciences

University College of Medical Sciences or U.C.M.S is medical college affiliated to the University of Delhi imparting medical education in Delhi, India. It is associated with Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital,Dilshad garden which serves as the teaching hospital.The college is known for its quality research and quality education.It ranks 7th in the nation based on the number of publications in PubMed indexed journals.According to India Today ranking, it is ranked 8th in 2012 and 3rd in 2011. Factually it is 2nd most preferred college through AIPMT and 3rd most preferred college in all India after AIIMS and Maulana Azad Medical College.

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