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Delhi
(New Delhi)
Bhubaneswar
Jodhpur
Patna
Bhopal
Raipur
Rishikesh
Location of the AIIMSs. AIIMSs name (city/town, if different than name)

The All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMSes) are a group of autonomous public medical colleges of higher education. AIIMS New Delhi, the fore-runner parent excellence institution, was established in 1956.

Institutes

The AIIMS institutes are located in:

AIIMSs and locations, sorted alphabetically
Name Short Name Established City/Town State/UT
AIIMS New Delhi AIIMS 1956 New Delhi Delhi
AIIMS Bhopal AIIMS 2012 Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
AIIMS Bhubaneswar AIIMS 2012 Bhubaneswar Odisha
AIIMS Jodhpur AIIMS 2012 Jodhpur Rajasthan
AIIMS Patna JPN-AIIMS 2012 Patna Bihar
AIIMS Raipur AIIMS 2012 Raipur Chhattisgarh
AIIMS Rishikesh AIIMS 2012 Rishikesh Uttarakhand

From the next academic session 2013–14, the total number of MBBS seats in the new AIIMS would go up to 600, providing an opportunity to an additional 300 MBBS aspirants. With these new additions, the overall availability of MBBS seats in India would rise to 42,169 in the next academic year from the existing 41,569 in 335 medical colleges and 300 in AIIMS-like institutes across the country. The health ministry is striving to achieve the target doctor-patient ratio of 1:1000 by 2021, which at present is 1:2000. The government plans to increase overall availability of MBBS seats to 80,000 from the present 41,569 and of PG seats to 45,000 from the current 22,194 by 2021. The aim is to reduce the shortage of doctors, which is currently pegged at around 800,000 (800,000).[1][2] India has 27 regional cancer centres.400 RT machines are available for cancer treatment.[3]

Related Laws

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act, 1956

AIIMS New Delhi is governed by the The All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act, 1956.[4]

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (Amendment) Bill, 2012

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (Amendment) Bill, 2012,was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 27 August 2012. This bill will also replace a recent Ordinance which allowed the six AIIMS-like institutes to become operational from September 2012.[5] Lok Sabha passed the AIIMS (Amendment) Bill, 2012 on 30 August 2012.[6] The proposed measure will help the Centre change the status of the six new AIIMS registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act to be autonomous body corporate on the lines of the existing AIIMS in Delhi.AIIMS(Amendment) Bill,2012 was introduced in Rajya Sabha on 3 September 2012.[7][8] Rajya Sabha passed the AIIMS (Amendment) Bill, 2012 on 4 September 2012.[9][10][11]

Future AIIMS

Earlier in 2009, the government had further decided to set up two more AIIMS-like institutes at Raiganj in West Bengal and Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh.[12][13][14][15][16] Now, there is a strong possibility that instead of Raiganj,the new AIIMS in West Bengal will be shifted to Kalyani in Nadia district,60 km from Kolkata.[17][18][19][20][21] In January 2013, 148.15 acres were earmarked for a new AIIMS-like institute in Rae Bareli, with the land to be provided by the government at no charge.[22]

AIIMS-II

The second campus of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS-II),spread over 330 acre's of land was visualised during tenure of Prof. T D Dogra as Director AIIMS New Delhi and Dr. Ambumani Ramadoss(President AIIMS), Minister of Health and Family welfare union of India in 2009 at Badhsa village in Haryana`s Jhajjar district. AIIMS-II was thought to be developed as the largest Medical Education centre for super-specialities in the World.[23] Its beginning was launched on 30 May 2012. It is being built at a cost of INR10 billion (Template:INRConvert/USD).[24][25][26] Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad inaugurated Outreach OPD of AIIMS on 24 November 2012.[27][28]

References

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