AIIMS-Delhi To Collab with IITs/IIMs and Introduces Startup Policy for Medical Students

In a what can be seen as big overhaul of 70-odd year old public medical research university and hospital, All India Institute Of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi is introducing startup policy for medical students in collaboration with country's premier technical & management —IITs & IIMs — institutes, as well as corporates.

Citing AIIMS officials, A Times of India report said that collaborations are being planned with institutions like Indian Institutes of Technology, Indian Institutes of Management, and Indian School of Business (ISB) for making intersectional learning more accessible and with corporations like McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group, and Bain to provide students with exposure to the world of management.

The ‘Start-Up policy’ for students is also intended to be drafted,” reads a statement reported by ANI.

The upcoming startup policy will help the the institute's students gain knowledge in other sectors, like management and finance, which is essential if one decides to start their chamber or centre. It has been introduced to promote entrepreneurship among medical students. "This will help them in their career growth,” said the AIIMS faculty member, adding that if they plan to open nursing homes in future, they would not have to struggle with general issues needed to start the venture.

The initiative would help the medical students gain knowledge outside the routine medical education, patient care and research.

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