LHMC New Delhi Lady Hardinge Medical College

LHMC New Delhi Lady Hardinge Medical College Delhi
Government University |   1914  

The Lady Hardinge Medical College for women was founded in 1914 to commemorate the visit of Her Majesty Queen Mary in 1911-12. Lady Hardinge the wife of the then Viceroy was the first to take initiative for starting a medical college for women, as the lack of separate medical college for women made it almost impossible for Indian women to study medicine. The foundation stone of this institution was laid by Lady Hardinge on 17th March, 1914. Unfortunately this great lady died later in the same year and on the suggestion of Queen Mary the college and the hospital was named after Lady Hardinge to perpetuate the memory of its founder. The college and hospital was formally opened by Lord Hardinge the then Viceroy of India on 17th February 1916. The close association of countess of Dufferin Fund Council continued over many years and senior teaching staff almost exclusively consisted of its members till India became independent. The college started under the able leadership of Dr. Kate Platt, who was the first Principal of the college. The duration of course covered a period of 7 years including 2 years of pre-medical intermediate science course or Punjab University. The premedical science departments were closed in 1935, thus reducing the course in the college from 7 years to 5 years. In 1960 rotating internship was introduced for 6 months. The MBBS course was reduced from 5 years to 4 1/2 years in 1969 compulsory internship of one year was introduced.


Quick View of  LHMC New Delhi Lady Hardinge Medical College

University/College Type

Government

Established In

1914

City

Connaught Place, New Delhi

Accepted Exams for Admission

National Exam – NEET Entrance Exam

Total Courses

4 Courses

College Facilities

Library, Cafeteria, Hostel, Sports Complex, Gym, Hospital / Medical Facilities, Wi-Fi Campus, Auditorium, Labs

Website

www.lhmc-hosp.gov.in

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to Apply

Applicants can apply online/ offline with all valid information.

Entrance Exam

Applicants must have qualified the NEET Entrance Exam.

Final Selection

Applicants final selection based on performance in academic, NEET Entrance Exam.


 

Course Name

Duration

Qualification Eligibility

Entrance Exam

Seats

MBBS (Undergraduate)

4.5 Years

10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English individually with a minimum of 50% marks (40% marks in case of SC/ST & 45% marks OBC Category) taken together in Physics, Chemistry & Biology

NEET Entrance Exam

200

MD/ MS (Postgraduate)

3 Years

MBBS Degree from a Medical College affiliated to University of Delhi

NEET Entrance Exam

142

MDS (Oral maxillofacial Surgery)

2 Years

M.S. Degree

NEET Entrance Exam

23

M.Ch. (Postgraduate)

3 Years

M.S. Degree

NEET Entrance Exam

4

 

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Conducting IIMs have been changed the pattern of the CAT exams several times over the years. It is extremely beneficial for the aspirants to know the CAT paper pattern as it helps in preparation and the aspirants can prepare according to the pattern and weightage of the topics.

Overview of the Exam Pattern of CAT 2020
Mode of the Exam Online Only
Total number of Questions 100
Total Marks 300
Duration of the Examination 3 hours (180 minutes)
Sectional Division of the Paper 3 sections
Types of the Questions Both MCQs and Non MCQs
Marking Scheme

For Correct Answers → +3 marks

For Incorrect Answers → -1 mark

For Unattempted Questions → No marks

Name of the Sections

1. Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension

2. Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation

3. Quantitative Aptitude

This Exam is conducted once in a year usually in the month of November on online mode and it is expected that this year this exam will held in the last week of November. The question paper contains 100 questions to be solved in 3 hours. 3 marks are assigned for correct answer and 1 mark is deducted for wrong answer in CAT Exam. English is the only medium of answering the questions. Each question consists of four choices from which only one is correct, candidates have to select the right answer from the given options.

CAT question paper consists of three sections divided as

  • 1. Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VARC)
  • 2. Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DI & LR)
  • 3. Quantitative Ability (QA)
Overview of the Exam Pattern of CAT 2020
Section’s Name Number of Questions Duration (in mins)
Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VARC) 34 60
Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DI & LR)

VA → 10 Questions

RC → 24 Questions

60
Quantitative Ability (QA)

DI → 16 Questions

LR → 16 Questions

60
Total 100 180 minutes (3hours)
Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension Section

This section is a combination of two sub-sections namely Verbal Ability (VA) and Reading Comprehension (RC). The main focus of this section is on the English language skills of the candidates and how they understand and elucidate the paragraphs and Passages. This section consists of 34 questions, 10 questions of Verbal Ability and 24 questions of Reading Comprehension. Verbal ability sub-section consists of questions related to Para-jumbles, Summary based questions, Sentence Correction and Completion. The other sub-section, Reading Comprehension is based on the questions related to Vocabulary, title etc.

Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation Section

This section is also divided into two sub-sections, one is Logical Reasoning (LR) and other is Data Interpretation (DI). A total of 32 questions are asked in this section, 16 questions from both the sub-section. LR section contains solvable questions generally from the topics like inequalities, symbol operations, direction sense test etc. On the other hand DI section is a little difficult and time-consuming section as it consists of several confusing data case lets questions. This section contains tricky question and a little mistake in understanding the case lets can lead the candidates to attempt all the questions from a particular set incorrectly.

Quantitative Aptitude Section

This section is a standalone section which comprises only numerical questions from different topics of Math. A total of 34 questions are asked in this section. This section contains questions based on Basic Arithmetic, Number System, Geometry, Algebra, Modern Math etc. The questions in this section ranges from easy to moderately high and can be answered easily with proper practice of the syllabus of Quantitative Aptitude.

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B.Sc., PG in HRD, PG in Training & Development

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B.Sc., PG in HRD, PG in Training & Development

Prof. Prabhakar H

B.Sc., PG in HRD, PG in Training & Development

Prof. Prabhakar H

B.Sc., PG in HRD, PG in Training & Development

Prof. Prabhakar H

B.Sc., PG in HRD, PG in Training & Development

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