Medical schools are a huge part of the curriculum in India.
But they are not all that they seem to be.
They often suffer from high admissions rates and poor performance in some subjects.
Here are some of the most important facts to know about medical schools in India, and how they compare to the other top schools.
What is a medical school, anyway?
A medical school is an accredited and regulated institution that is recognised by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare as a “medical centre”.
It has a set of requirements, such as having an international reputation, a good reputation and a good curriculum.
Most medical schools are accredited by the Association of Indian Medical Colleges (AIMC).
However, there are other schools that do not have an AIMC accreditation, such in the US, Japan, Australia, and the UK.
Some of these schools have even had their accreditation revoked.
The biggest problem with these schools is that the quality of the medical school curriculum is not always recognised by those who enroll in them.
So there is a lot of competition.
In addition, there is also a lot going on in medical schools to boost the prestige of the school.
This has led to the creation of an elite medical school chain in India called Tata Institute of Medical Sciences (TIMS).
It is a private institution, but has a reputation as being one of the best in the world.TIMs has set its own standards for medical students and is known for its rigorous teaching and medical care.
The curriculum is tailored to the needs of each student.
The most prestigious courses are those in which students are given the opportunity to receive advanced degrees, which are awarded to those who achieve a certain level of excellence.
For example, the curriculum includes courses in surgery, endocrinology, nutrition and the like.
This makes it very hard to compare medical schools that are very similar.
The best schools in the country are in places like the US and Japan.
The British Medical Association says that in the UK, a school with an AICC-accredited accreditation is the only one that can be called a “top medical school”.
However, some Indian medical schools have been given an honourific.
This is an official recognition that the medical students of the institution have earned a distinction from their peers.
In some of these medical schools the distinction is based on an achievement in some academic category.
For instance, the Indian Medical Council (IMC) says that the best medical students at TIMS are in the field of endocrinological research, while the best students at the Tata Institute are in gastroenterology.
The Indian Medical Association also awards a prize of Rs 1 lakh (around $1,000) to the best student in each medical discipline.
Till recently, there were no scholarships for Indian medical students.
The Indian Medical Research Council (Indian Medical Research Association) was the first organisation to create scholarships for medical school students in the early 1990s.
It was later joined by the Indian Institute of Science Education (IISCEE) and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
The Indian medical society also set up an scholarships programme for medical studies in the United Kingdom.
In 2010, the government decided to give a scholarship to the top students in every Indian medical school.
In the current financial year, the first batch of scholarships has been awarded to 2,876 students.
Achievements in different medical disciplinesThe medical education system in India has changed over the years.
Medical schools were initially a major employer of medical students, as they were the ones that would enrol students and train them.
The system has changed significantly over the past few decades.
The current medical system is a reflection of the changing needs of India.
The medical education sector in India is dominated by three different categories: public, private and non-profit.
The first category is public, which is where most of the health professionals are employed.
Public medical schools provide students with the opportunity for advanced degrees.
They also provide a career pathway to professionals who are in a better position than the students.
In addition, they are known for their high enrolment.
The second category is private medical schools.
Private medical schools offer medical students an opportunity for more advanced degrees and also for more exposure to the field.
The private medical school has also seen a shift towards specialization and specialization is increasingly becoming a major career option for students.
The third category is non-profits.
These are mostly private hospitals, nursing homes, or non-for-profit organisations that are not affiliated to any government agency.
They provide basic health care to the public and provide a better career pathway for doctors.
The difference between these three categories is that public medical schools and private medical education are mainly run by a single organisation.
This can be a major disadvantage for students who are working in private medical facilities, which can often not be monitored by their employers.
There is also the issue of poor training and