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Amrita School of Medicine Opens at Faridabad

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The Amrita School of Medicine, sprawling across an area of 5.2 lakh sq. ft, is offering 150 MBBS seats for the academic year 2023-24. Indian and international students seeking admission need to appear for the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (UG). Amrita School of Medicine is the 8th campus of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham — one of India’s top-ranked private universities.

Chief Minister of Haryana, Manohar Lal inaugurated the Amrita School of Medicine in Faridabad during the ongoing Integrated Holistic Health Summit of C20 on April 8. This new School of Medicine is attached to Amrita Hospital,  a private multispecialty hospital with 2,600 beds. The facility will have all the facilities and infrastructure conducive to most advanced  learning with state-of-the-art classrooms, world-class labs, high-end technology, and academic and research linkages with Amrita University and select Ivy League universities in the US and Europe, Amrita figures among the top 10 universities in India in the NIRF Rankings.

Dr. Sanjeev Singh, Medical Director, Amrita Hospital, Faridabad speaking on the opening of this new college  said  , “At Amrita Hospital campus in Faridabad, we now host a Medical College and a Nursing College. We are also operating an Allied Health Sciences College that offers 20 to 30 courses that help build capacity and skill sets and supports the clinical teams at the adjacent hospital. The Faridabad campus, part of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, is being shaped as one of the few multidisciplinary healthcare systems in India with a focus on research, collaboration, and shared information. The cooperation between professionals from various medical disciplines at Amrita Hospital and researchers at Amrita University aids in creating a distinctive interdisciplinary ecosystem that promotes scientific achievements.”

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