Hello.So, the current ratio for UG:PG in IPU is 1.7:1. In DU it is 2.6:1
IPU has 5 UG colleges( VMMC, ABVIMS RML, BSA, NDMC, ACMS) and 3 PG colleges ( VMMC, ABVIMS RML, ESI-PGIMER).As far as BSA is concerned, I have heard that it is starting it's PG from 2021–22 I guess. But initially it would be basic sciences like Anatomy, Physiology, and later the clinical. NDMC has DNB courses, as of now..Let me talk about the advantage of this IPU quota. The advantage is not only the easy competition wrt DU, as some people believe, the other advantage is that U have chances for RML/VMMC in PG.See, no one would ever disagree from the fact that Rml and VMMC are better than UCMS and LHMC in PG. Even the UCMS students agree to it. So, with IPU quota, u have chances for RML/VMMC in PG. If u have DU quota, u may get MAMC, which is the best, but it has very severe competition and what I have seen, most commonly is that MAMC UG students retain MAMC in PG( mostly)😂😂 With DU quota, u have almost no scope for RML/VMMC. The PG counselling rankings suggests, RML closed at AIR 50 for MD medicine. And similar was something for VMMC. With IPU quota, u have greater chances for MD here and obviously they are better than UCMS, LHMC in PG.See, unfortunately the truth is that in developed cities like Delhi, Gurgaon etc, hospitals ( both small and big) are moving towards the corporate style. It's like the same as of engineers. They see where u have done your PG and UG. So, as far as I know, PG from RML/VMMC is highly regarded in all parts of country.So, the advantage of IPU quota is not only easy competition. The advantage is u get better college, with easy competition.😄I hope u get it.
Tanishq Chawla, MBBS from ABVIMS & Dr. RML Hospital
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