Christian Medical College, Ludhiana

The Christian Medical College in Ludhiana is located near the Ludhiana railway tation, with a huge campus spread on both the sides of the Brown Road. The campus of the College has residential facilities for the college staff, library, laboratories, ladies and gents hostels for medical, nursing and paramedical students. The College also has a hospital with 775 beds. For the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and the Bachelor of Surgery, one has to study for four and a half years and there's a compulsory houseman ship of one year, so the total duration of the course is five and half years.

The administration and the maintenance of the Christian Medical College in Ludhiana is carried on by Christian Churches and Christian agencies in India. The Christian Medical College in Ludhiana started its MBBS program in 1953 under the affiliation of Punjab University. In 1960's the Post-graduate program for medical science was initiated. From July 1999 onwards it is affiliated by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot. Apart from the graduate course it provides Post-graduate Diploma, Degree, Super specialty and Doctoral courses.

Apart from academics, Christian Medical College in Ludhiana encourages students to participate in various activities like games and entertainment. Students are members of different societies like Musical Society, a Literary and Debating Society, a Dramatic Society, Cine Clubs depending upon their interest.The medical students have a wide range of facilities for sports like Cricket, Tennis, Badminton, Football, Hockey, Basketball and Table Tennis.

Last Updated on : 03/09/2013



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