J.N.M.C. (Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College) is situated inthe premises of Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh. Aligarh is situated at a distance of 130 Km., South East of Delhi on Delhi-Calcutta Railway and Grand Trunk Road route. The latitude is 27 degree 54 minute North and longitude is 78 degree 5 minute East. The climate is hot and dry in summer (mid-February to mid June) and cool and dry in winter (mid October to mid February) with an intervening rainy season. The university campus is 3 km away from the main city.
The Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC) is one of the constituent colleges of the Aligarh Muslim University, Faculty of Medicine. Although an image from the mind for its creation was initiated since the days of MAO College, it was started in 1962. The Indian Medical Council recognizes its MBBS degree of this University. The Institute of Ophthalmology of this University has been inexistence since 1952 and has already established a name for itself. The College has an attached Hospital of 1000 beds and 100 beds in the Institute of Ophthalmology at the Gandhi Eye Hospital. The main College building, the Hospital, the Residential Hostel (Hadi Hasan Hall and S. N. Halls) for students and the residences for the staff (Medical Colony) are located in one campus. The special feature of this College is that it is one of the few medical colleges in this country entirely under the University administration and has a close link with other disciplines of the University. The Medical College is situated about 4 km. from the Aligarh Railway Station. Aims and Objects: To provide under-graduate and post-graduate medical education and research facilities in the College and the attached Hospital. Seats: The competitive test is open to both male and female candidates satisfying educational requirements of the University. Admission to the1st year MBBS is limited to 150 students. Course of study: The duration of MBBS course as per MCI Rule is 4 and1/2 years followed by 12 months internship.