Study Medical in Bangladesh with Low Package

MCI Approved Govt. University at affordable Fees with installment facility best way to study MBBS for Indian Students

SAI Careers support medical aspirants keen to study in Bangladesh

The medical students of India intending to study in Bangladesh contact SAI Careers. MBBS Admission in MCI recognised medical college.

Eligibility Criteria to study MBBS in Bangladesh

For SAARC Govt Quota Minimum aggregate GPA 10 with 97% in Biology for Pvt College GPA 7 with 60% in Biology

MBBS Study in Bangladesh under SAARC Quota

Medical study in Government Medical Colleges in Bangladesh Free SAARC Quota for Indian Students

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Sunday, 11 November 2018

Bangladesh offering MBBS degree for Indian Candidate

MBBS in Bangladesh is turning into a pattern among Indian understudies who wish to ponder MBBS abroad. The nature of therapeutic training offered in medicinal schools in Bangladesh is noteworthy with learning climate that supports self-learning. Indian understudies think that its simple to speak with the general population in Bangladesh as they talk and comprehend English. Ease therapeutic training with English medium of guideline is one of the real explanations behind Indian understudies to seek after MBBS in Bangladesh.

The restorative universities in Bangladesh offering MBBS degree are perceived by the Bangladesh Medical Council. These schools are partnered to various colleges in the individual locale, to be specific Dhaka University, Shahjahal University of Science and Technology, Rajshahi University, and Chittagong University. The restorative schools under these colleges incorporate government medicinal universities and also private therapeutic universities.


Qualification Criteria for Indian understudies looking for MBBS affirmation in Bangladesh

More likely than not finished the 17 years old

More likely than not passed twelfth with at the very least 70% imprints taken together in PCB.


The length of MBBS in Bangladesh is 5 years took after by one year of temporary position, which the understudies can do in India.

For Indian understudies who wish to think about MBBS abroad, Bangladesh is extraordinary compared to other alternatives. A portion of the real focal points of considering MBBS in Bangladesh are:



The Medical Council of India (MCI) has perceived a large portion of the medicinal universities in Bangladesh. Indian understudies with MBBS degree offered in MCI perceived therapeutic schools in Bangladesh are qualified to hone in India in the wake of having cleared MCI screening test.


The therapeutic schools in Bangladesh offer MBBS in Government Medical Colleges medium in English. The English medium of guideline decreases the hindrance of taking in the local dialect (Bengali) and helps the understudies in the calculated comprehension of the MBBS course.


The MBBS course expense in Bangladesh is exceptionally moderate when contrasted with MBBS charge structure in medicinal schools in India. The restorative universities in Bangladesh offer adaptable installment framework where the understudies can make the MBBS course charge installment in one portion of numerous portions at the carefulness of the school.


Bangladesh is a tropical nation. The infection design in this nation is like that in India. Subsequently, Indian understudies have the chance to increase clinical experience and learning on different maladies that are usually experienced in India. The clinical preparing gave at the partnered healing facilities of restorative schools in Bangladesh is tremendously organized and exceedingly qualified medicinal experts are utilized for educating and preparing clinical subjects.

Friday, 18 August 2017

Indian Students in Bangladesh

Indian Students studying MBBS in Bangladesh

Every year more than 1250 students enroll MBBS Degree program in Bangladesh
Including 22 students take admission in different Government Medical colleges in Bangladesh under SAARC Free Quota.

Fees in SAARC Free seats are negligible students need to to pay TAKA 200 (Rs 160/- only) per month as hostel rent charges 

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

MBBS Admission in Bangladesh

MBBS Admission in Bangladesh, MCI Approved. SAARC Free Seat Govt. Medical College contact SAI Careers Email  visitClick

Dear Parents/ Students, generally Confused to select best destination to study Medical Abroad.

1st Try to crack NEET you must apply and sit for NEET Exam to get Indian Medical College.

2nd See any Government Medical College Admission in abroad, as we know under SAARC program Bangladesh Government offer 22 seat to SAARC including Indian students. MBBS in SAARC Free seats in Government Medical College but cutoff is very high you should have 90% in HSC (10+2) & SSC (Class 10), then they consider individual biology marks it should be 95% above to secure seat.

3. Student/Parents might consider budget of medical study - 20 to 30 Lakh INR for entire 5 years

4. Quality of Study - You must consider MBBS Study curriculum India MCI follow British curriculum so no use if you run after US Curriculum, (may be it sounds good) but see NBE Data - FMGE (MCI Screening Test) passing rates very poor from Developed country like Russia, China, Ukraine, Georgia and never think of doing Medical from Philippines - Agents blow your mind during counselling and seminars showing College documentary videos.

5. Look for quality medical study same as Indian study pattern which is possible in Nepal and Bangladesh. They both follow British curriculum same as India. In Nepal medical college one main disadvantages is lack of out-door patients. That’s why local pupil fly to Bangladesh.

Bangladesh right now most demanding destination to pursue MBBS degree provider.
No Agents will tell you or suggest you Bangladesh since they will not get hell profit to get in Bangladesh Medical Colleges

Advantages and Disadvantages to Study Medical in Bangladesh may be found here MBBS in Bangladesh Advantages and Disadvantages

For Reference
Bangladesh - Wikipedia
Bangladesh | World Bank Data
Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BM&DC)
List Medical Colleges of Bangladesh | Govt & Pvt College Bangladesh
MBBS Admission in Bangladesh 2017 - Cheap Fees Medical Study in Bangladesh MCI Approved Colleges
Medical Study in Bangladesh - Low Fees MBBS Admission in Bangladesh
MBBS Study in Bangladesh

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

MBBS in Bangladesh Advantages and Disadvantages

Compare between MBBS in Bangladesh | MBBS in Ukraine | MBBS in China | MBBS in Russia
MBBS in Bangladesh Advantages comparing with China or Russia?

. Study pattern in Bangladesh is similar to Indian Medical Colleges.
- Under MCI Approved Government University
- Same MCI Syllabus
- Five years MBBS Degree study pattern same as MCI curriculum
. Low fees MBBS in Bangladesh.
. No Language problem
- Study in English
. Pronunciation of teachers in Bangladesh are similar as Indians.
. Same climatic weather as in India
. Same medical treatment, same disease pattern as in India
. Same food preparation as in India.
. Same medical books as in India
. Stipend during Internship as in India.
. Halal Food.
. Separate hostel for boys and girls
- No rought weather, not so cold like Russia, Ukraine, China
- Find Mosque, Temple, Church, Gurudwara in Dhaka
- Best study environment and safe away from Home.
- Students not get Drugs or Alcohol since with prohibited in Bangladesh
. Exclusive Girl's  medical college also available.
. Low travelling cost from India. Train and Bus service available from Kolkata to Dhaka.

Main Disadvantages in Bangladesh compared to MBBS in China or MBBS in Russia:
- No AC in Hostel (may be provided by special request with extra cost)
. Hostel conditions are not improved. Hostels in China or Russia are far better than Bangladesh.
. Living standard not so improved like China or Russia.
. 1st year's expenses in Bangladesh is very high, almost 50% of the total package.
. Very few Holidays.

Medical Study in Bangladesh similar to Medical Study in India with respect to Same Books Followed by students & Professors in Bangladesh, Same Syllabus like MBBS in India, Same Study Pattern, Duration of Study, Similar Medicine, Similar Diseases, Same Examination Pattern, Similar study plan.

Culture in Bangladesh same as India, Food habits also same, Language spoken in Bangladesh English, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic. same as India, Numbers of  Tamil, Oriya, Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi speaking Students can be found in Dhaka, Rangpur, Comilla or Khulna Colleges.

Passing rate of FMGE (MCI Screening) test is one of the highest.

All Medical Colleges in Bangladesh are approved by MCI see details here

Bangladesh is Dry Country - Alcohol or any Drug consumption is illegal

Now the apparent advantages, those we see, in Inter SAARC students exchange programs :-

1. Language:  The medium of Instruction - English is easy to understand for its South Asian dialect in compare to the Chinese-English or Russian-English. In general, Chinese or Russian people do not understand nor do they speak English, a major barrier of communication with the Indian students.

2. Food: Taste and preparation of food are also similar in this South Asian region than how they cook in China / Russia. We visited China and Russia Medical Colleges several times and found that the local Chinese and Russian foods not similar to our tastes.

PS. The Chinese restaurants those we see in South Asia have cooking style and tastes far remote than what authentic Chinese food tastes in China.

3. MCI Passing rate: Since the study pattern, syllabus, books are absolutely similar as in India, its quite obvious that MCI passing rate from Indian students from Bangladesh is far more higher than the Indian students studying and passing from China and Russia.

5. Airfare: Kolkata to Dhaka - only Rs 4500 one side (AC Bus available, only Rs 1500 one side, 9 hrs journey )
                   Kolkata to most of the colleges in China - Rs 16,000/- one side
                     Delhi to Moscow in Russia - Rs 14,000/- one side

Sunday, 23 July 2017

Sher-e-Bangla Medical College

Sher-e-Bangla Medical College and Hospital  Government Medical College In Bangladesh

Sher-e-Bangla Medical College (SBMC), is one of the most reputed government medical college in Bangladesh.[1] SBMC was established in 1969 and is run under the administration of the University of Dhaka. It was named after A. K. Fazlul Huq, known by his nickname of “Sher-e-Bangla” which means “Tiger of Bengal”, a leading Bengali statesman and former prime minister of Pakistan in the first half of the 20th century, who’s endless efforts helped to establish this unique institution.

Admission in Mymen Singh Medical College Admission under SAARC Free quota student must need 95 percent in HSC And SSC With 98 percentage in Biology.

For admission help contact SAI Careers

The college started functioning in 1968 as Barisal Medical College, though the foundation stone was laid in 1964. It was renamed as Sher-e-Bangla Medical College after the name of late Sher-e-Bangla AK Fazlul Huq hailing from Barisal. The college is governed by the medical deanery of the University of Dhaka; recognised by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council. The General Medical Council (GMC) of UK recognises the MBBS degree obtained by the students of this college.
AdmissionAbout 180 students are admitted by a nation wide competitive entry exam every year. The admission examination is conducted by Director General of Health Services (DGHS), Bangladesh. 38 foreign students from Nepal, India, Pakistan, Palestine, Sudan and Somalia are studying in the college under SAARC student exchange programme

In this reputed medical college along with graduation course (MBBS) there is also provision for post graduation courses (MD, MS, Diploma) in different subjects.

CampusSher-e-Bangla Medical College located in the southeastern part of Barisal town on the bank of river Kirtonkhola. The college has an area of about 33 ha. Student dormitories, nursing institute, nurses’ training institute, dormitory for staff nurses, and residences of teachers are situated on the campus.
Sher-e-Bangla Medical College

There are three hostels for male students and two for the female students. Male and female intern doctors have each one hostel.

The teaching hospital is the attached Sher-e-Bangla Medical College Hospital, with 500 beds, and indoor and outdoor facilities. The head of the hospital is a director. The hospital entertains about 30,000 patients annually. There are 296 nurses, 25 medical technologists and 17 pharmacists in the hospital. One deputy director, one store officer, one administrative officer and 470 auxiliary staff assist the director in the management of the hospital.

AcademicsThe college conducts five-year undergraduate medical education courses leading to MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery). One-year internship after graduation is compulsory for registration as a doctor in bangladesh. The University of Dhaka conducts three professional MBBS examinations: First, Second and Final at the end of 2nd, 4th and 5th year respectively to confer the MBBS degree.

The college provides post-graduate training for FCPS, Masters, and diploma courses.

There are 11 major departments in the college; these include Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Community Medicine, Pharmacology, Forensic Medicine, Pathology, Microbiology, Medicine (including Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Dermatology and Venereal Diseases, Physical Medicine, Cardiology, Nephrology, Neuro-medicine and other sub-specialties), Surgery (including Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Paediatric Surgery, Anaesthesiology, Dentistry, Blood Transfusion, Radiology, Radiotherapy and other sub-specialties), and Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

The 38th batch RAG day was conducted on June 28, 2011. All the students enjoyed the program and felt that it was a life time event in their life.

StaffThe principal is the head of the institution. The other staff members include one vice principal, 21 professors, 28 associate professors, 29 assistant professors, two curators, 44 lecturers, six medical officers, one secretary, and 188 paramedics and auxiliary staff.

Shaheed Suharwardy Medical College

Shaheed Suharwardy Medical College and Hospital Government Medical College In Bangladesh

Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College was started journey on 6th May, 2006. It is the 14th Government Medical College in Bangladesh. This medical college is situated in the ‘Zone of Medical Institution’ at Sher-E-Bangla Nagar, Dhaka and is surrounded by NICVD, NIO, NIKDU, NITOR, NIMH and ICH.

Admission in Shaheed Suharwardy Medical College Admission under SAARC Free quota student must need 95 percent in HSC And SSC With 98 percentage in Biology.

For admission help contact SAI Careers

The first batch of Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College has been started on the session of 2005-2006 with 100 students who were migrated from different medical colleges. This institution is now one of the top medical college in Bangladesh in respect of the result of Professional Examination held under Dhaka University. A 375 bed Shaheed Suhrawardy Hospital is attached with this medical college as teaching hospital which will be converted into 500 bed hospital very soon.
Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College

Two hostel buildings have been built behind the hospital building. A new eight storied medical college building is under construction for the increased demand of the lectures, tutorial and practical rooms as well as teachers accomodations. The decorated red coloured building construction work will be finished very soon and the whole medical college campus will be shifted from the old building to new one.

Mymen Singh Medical College

Mymen Singh Medical College and Hospital Government Medical College In Bangladesh

During the later part of British India, it was felt that the people of the northeastern region needed the services of qualified medical personnel. The then Campbell Medical School of Calcutta and Mitford Medical School of Dhaka were unable to cater the needs of the growing population. With this background the third medical school for the region, was established in 1924 in Mymensingh, by the Earl of Lytton, the then governor of Bengal. The Lytton Medical School was to run a four-year course of Licentiate of Medical Faculty (LMF). This course of LMF continued till 1962, when it was upgraded to a five-year undergraduate medical course under Dhaka University and the school was renamed as Mymensingh Medical College.

Admission in Mymen Singh Medical College Admission under SAARC Free quota student must need 95 percent in HSC And SSC With 98 percentage in Biology.

For admission help contact SAI Careers

Timeline Milestones of Mymensingh Medical College

Year Milestones: 1924 Establishment of Lytton Medical School
1962 Upgrading of Lytton Medical School to Mymensingh Medical College
1970 Indoor service of Mymensingh Medical College Hospital started
1972 Shifting of college to the present campus
1979 Inception of department of Orthopaedics
1981 Inception of Family Planning Model Clinic in the hospital
1988 Inception of department of Cardiology
1992 Establishment of Centre for Nuclear Medicine and Ultrasound. Microbiology and Biochemistry began their activities as separate departments
2000 Diploma in Child Health (DCH) was started as the first postgraduate course. Inception of departments of Neuromedicine, Neurosurgery, Nephrology, Endocrine Medicine and Paediatric Surgery
2002- 27 postgraduate courses (MD, MS, MPH, M Phil, Diploma) began to run under the auspices of the present government. Mymensingh Medical Journal was indexed in Index Medicus, MEDLINE and Pub Med and began to be available online throughout the world.
2003 Internet was introduced and whole college came under a local computer network Admission

Undergraduate: MBBS course in Mymensingh Medical College Bangladesh under SAARC Quota

For Bangladeshi students: Admission test is conducted centrally by Director of Medical Education under DGHS. Admission consists of written MCQ. Well advertised in the daily newspapers, Usually starting from late September.

Mymen Singh Medical College

For foreign students: Admission is through Embassy of Bangladesh in respective countries.
Academic calendar for different years is maintained by respective departments.

Post-graduate: MD, MS, M Phil, diploma courses
Admission test is conducted by Medical College. Admission consists of written MCQ exam. Well advertised in the daily newspapers of the country and online.
January session: MS, MD courses
Admission test: Last Friday of September
July session: M.Phil and diploma courses
Admission test: Last Friday of March
Administration * General: Mymensingh Medical College is a Government Medical College which administered by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Principal is the Executive head of the college. He communicated and implemented all the regulations of the administrative authorities.

*Academic Council: Academic Council is the highest body of the college. Principal, Mymensingh Medical College is the Chairman and Director, Mymensingh Medical College Hospital is Ex-Officio-Member of the Academic Council. The Head of Departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Microbiology, Pharmacology, Community Medicine, Forensic Medicine, Medicine, Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics and all other full Professors, two senior-most Associate Professors, two senior-most Assistant Professors and two nominated representatives of students union are the members of the Council. This body also monitors and maintains control of the campus in order to ensure a smooth progress of the academic activities. It also refers the disciplinary matters to the Disciplinary Committee to take actions against those who violate any rule or regulation of the college.

*Disciplinary Committee: Chaired by the Principal the committee consists of the Director of Mymensingh Medical College Hospital and all full Professors of the college to deal with all Disciplinary matters referred by the Academic Council.

*College Council: All teachers are the members of College Council. This Council discusses the matters of bigger interest and can refer any matter to the academic Council for consideration.

*Quality Assurance Body (QAB): A local Quality Assurance Body (QAB) is working to achieve the following objectives: a. Preparation & implementation of academic calendar b. Monitoring of teaching activities c. Critical review d. Staff development e. External Assessors f. Quality audit g. Preparation of Annual Report.

This is one of the active bodies aimed at controlling the quality of teaching to produce quality doctors of the community. It tries to ensure a coordinated effort between the teachers and the students of the college. Regular seminars and workshop are arranged to promote its activities. There is one subject coordinator in each subject who prepares the study program in respective subject.

There are three phase co-coordinators who co-ordinates the programs of different departments of the same phase. As a result of these activities, the academic calendar runs smoothly. An Academic coordinator organizes and co-ordinates all the activities of the whole body. Vice Principal of the College is the Chairman of QAB.

*Others: *Medical Education Unit (MEU): The teachers of the college can enjoy the facilities of the Medical Education Unit. Seminars and work are arranged regularly which enable them to exchange views with the colleagues of other disciplines. They can also use the media production facility equipped with computers, slide maker etc, The internet access facilities are also available to an intending browser. The teachers are much benefited from the activities of the unit by learning new teaching and assessment methods. It is run by a Committee.

The seminar hall and the medical skill room situated also in the college building to aid in teaching in a more effective way.

*Students’ Union: The Mymensingh Medical College Students’ Union is an elected body of the students of the college. All the students elect the member representative bodies by voting. Medical College Students’ Union deals with the matters related to welfare of the students in both their academic progress as well as their life in the campus. They organize co-curricular and extra-curricular programs throughout the year. Literary, cultural, games and sports competition arranged by them bring welcome relief to the otherwise strenuous study schedules.

*Hostel Committee: One Super, two Assistant Super, two Office Assistant used to supervise smooth functioning of the hostels.

InstitutionThe hospital has the following departments: Anaesthesiology, Transfusion Medicine, Cardiology, Dermatology, ENT, Endocrine Medicine, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Gastrointestinal & Liver Disease,Infectious Disease Hospital, Microbiology, Medicine, Nephrology, Neurosurgery, Neuromedicine, Nuclear Medicine, Ophthalmology, Ortho-surgery, Physiology, Pathology, Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Physical Medicine, Paediatric Surgery, Radiotherapy, Radiology and Imaging, Respiratory Medicine, Surgery, Urology. Recently a multi-story Building is under construction.

The academic building consists of the following departments: Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology & a well organized undergraduate library.

The campus also houses a post-graduation library and a modern auditorium, a branch of Janata bank. & hospital mosque.

*Teaching spaces:

There are the following teaching spaces in Mymensingh Medical College

1. Gallery 1, II & III
2. Tutorial rooms
3. Dissection Hall
4. Practical classrooms o Laboratories
5. Museums
6. Medical Education Unit
7. Medical Skill Centre
8. Autopsy Morgue
9. Seminar’ Rooms
10. Auditorium


The MBBS library is located in the western block of the college building. It consists of a reference for the use of the faculty and doctors. International medical journals are regularly being received through donations from the British Council, the Asia Foundation, WHO and other place.

There are two reading rooms with an accommodation of about 150 students. They can borrow text and other books to read on the reading room of the library as well on a take home basis for a limited period. This provides an excellent opportunity for the students to access to modern medical text books of their own liking. The college library has a collection of over 25000 volumes of text books – about 2000 titles. Besides, there is a collection of about 1000 slides used as teaching aid by the teachers.

*Library Services:

· Library working hours: During morning shift from 9 am to 2.00 pm and day shift from 2.00 pm to 9.00 pm

· Our library is meant only for reference sake and the staff members alone can get the loan facilities for the publication purposes.

· Inter-Library loan facilities are also offered.

· Medline Database (Abstracting Services)


A branch of Agranee Bank shares it’s banking services with the college, being just besides the college building. The Post Office (Sub Branch) is also in the campus.

*Ethical Committee:

This committee guides investigations / researchers in the ethical aspects of the research programmes. Funds by the Governmental agencies and publications in professional journals necessitates the project to get an approval from this committee.


Research is being carried out in all departments, both in the Pre clinical and Para clinical. The teachers are actively involved in Clinical and Research activities, including publication of papers in reputed professional journals.

*Medical Skill Centre:

The centre is located at the 2nd floor of the College in the Department of Physiology. It offers excellent facilities to the students to practice skills on different clinical activities. Tastefully decorated and richly equipped, this centre is a pride addition to the repertoire of the teachers to the teachers to impart effective practical teaching to their students.

*Postgraduate training programs:

The rich infrastructure and modern clinical training facilities existing in the hospital has earned recognition for the trainees aspiring to enter into postgraduate courses. The patients are also used as teaching subjects for students and trainee doctors.

*Autopsy facilities:

Due to religious traditions, autopsies are not carried out routinely in all hospital deaths. Only the medicolegal autopsies are performed by the department of forensic medicine with the help of the department of pathology whenever needed. A student has to attend at least 10 autopsies under supervision of a teacher during the period of second professional MBBS study.

*BMDC Registration:

BMDC Registration is a mandatory pre-requisite for all types of practice, job and profession. Both after Graduation and Post Graduation all the Doctors must register him/her-self in BMDC. Practice without registration is punishable as per law.


The College is not bound to provide hostel accommodation to all students. However, it may offer this facility to the deserving and soliciting students on first come first serve basis. The priorities are based on students from outside the city, academic merit, regularity in study, good conduct etc. Application needs to be made after admission. Rules and regulations are maintained strictly and defaulting may result in serious disciplinary action by the college authority, including cancellation of the seat or other penalties. The allotted students must keep allotment letter with them in the hostel, otherwise law enforcing agency can be active. There are two separate hostels for Boys and Ladies. The Boy’s Hotel is outside of the campus although the Ladies Hotel is in the college campus. Tntern doctor’s hostel & nurses hostels are located on campus as well.


There is a Hostel Mosque in the Male Hostel and a central Mosque annexed to the Hospital and the college. Religious festivals of all the religions are celebrated with much zeal and fervour within the campus.


The Auditorium has all the infrastructures and facilities of a modern auditorium like air conditioning, comfortable 1000 seats, large stage, lighting and sound system. It is the hub of all the cultural activities and competitions of the campus for both students and teachers alike. Culture, Literary, Social welfare and other Departments of the Students’ Union organize literary, social and cultural programs frequently. The esteemed auditorium wears up a festive look during the annual literary and cultural competitions of the students.

*Extra-curricular Activities:

The hospital complex houses the following clubs: 1. Sandhani Club(has blood bank) 2. Medicine club 3. Leo Club


A well furnished Doctors club offering refreshments is located at the hospital complex.

Sir Salimullah Medical College

Sir Salimullah Medical College Hospital Government Medical College In Bangladesh

Sir Salimullah Medical College was established in 1875 as Dhaka Medical School in the old part of Dhaka city. Mitford hospital was a part of the school. Sixteen local kings and philanthropists helped in erecting the medical school building in 1889.

Admission in Sir Salimullah Medical College Admission under SAARC Free quota student must need 95 percent in HSC And SSC With 99 percentage in Biology.

For admission help contact SAI Careers

The school was made a medical college in 1962. To acknowledge the contributions of the Nawabs, the college was named after Nawab Sir Salimullah (1871-1915). Until 1957 the License of Medical Faculty (LMF) degree was offered from this college. During 1963-1972 condensed courses for MBBS degree was offered. In 1972 it was upgraded as a full-fledged medical college and the first batch students for MBBS degree enrolled in 1973. The civil surgeon of Dhaka was in charge of both the college and the hospital until 1974, when a principal and a superintendent were appointed for the institutions. The superintendent was made the director of the hospital in 1984.

The college offers about 25 courses at the postgraduate level.It is located at 23.710556°N 90.401111°E , Mitford Road, Babubazar, Dhaka, Bangladesh

The medical college consists of following departments: preclinical (anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology), paraclinical (pathology, microbiology, forensic medicine, community medicine, pharmacology), clinical medicine (general medicine, psychiatry, neuromedicine, nephrology, cadiology, sexual-skin-and-venereal diseases), pediatrics, surgery (general surgery, orthopedic surgery, pediatric surgery, neurosurgery, cardiothoracic surgery), gynaecology and obstetrics, ophthalmology, otolaryngorhinology, anesthesiology and diagnostic (clinical laboratory, radiology and imaging). The medical college possesses a 600-bed general hospital including OPD and IPD services in the above disciplines and an integrated emergency department.

175 students with pre-medical A-level education are admitted each year through open competitive examination for undergraduates. Students are awarded undergraduate MBBS degree after five years’ study in college and hospital and three professional examinations (first after 1.5 years, second after 3.5 years and final after 5 years of admission) under the University of Dhaka. Then, they do one year full residency training in the hospital to get registration for practicing medicine. It is one of the most prestigious medical college in South Asia. The undergraduate program of this college is recognized by General Medical Council of UK.

The medical college provides post graduate education in surgery, medicine, gynaecology and obstetrics. The degrees awarded are MD, MS and diplomas.
Mitford Hospital, established in 1820, named after Sir Robert Mitford, collector of Dhaka and a long-serving judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal. During his time, there was an alarming cholera epidemic; at the height of it 150 to 200 persons died daily in Dhaka. Medical facilities were inadequate. Mitford was distressed to see the suffering of the people. Before his death in England in 1836, he bequeathed the bulk of his property (about Rs 800,000) to the government of Bengal for benevolent works in Dhaka including building of a hospital. This was disputed by his successors but finally, in 1850, the Chancery Court partially decreed in favour of the Bengal government, by virtue of which it received Rs 166,000. With this fund the hospital was started in 1854 on its present site, then known as ‘Katra Pakurtali’, Babu Bazar. Before this, the site was occupied by a Dutch kuthi (house).

This was the first general hospital of the eastern part of undivided British ruled Bengal. From the inception, the hospital was under the administration of a board accountable to Dhaka municipality. A women’s ward was established in the hospital in 1882 with generous donations from Nawab Khwaza Ahsanullah of Dhaka and Raja Rajendra Narayan Roy of Bhawal. Nawab Ahsanullah also donated Rs 50,000 to set up Lady Dufferin Hospital within the same compound in 1888-89. A European ward was established in the hospital in 1887, and in 1889-90 Raja Srinath Roy of Bhaggyakul set up an eye ward at a cost of Rs 3,00,000 in memory of his mother. It got the recognition of a first grade hospital in 1917.
Sir Salimullah Medical College

The hospital, in addition to its wards, accommodated lecture halls, dissecting rooms, and an outpatient department. The hospital provides general as well as specialized services. It is a tertiary level hospital in the hierarchy of health in Bangladesh. It occupies an oblong area of about 12.8 acres (52,000 m2) of land on the river bank and the hospital complex comprises more than 14 blocks of no particular architectural significance but historically important and eventually of utilitarian character. Most of the blocks were originally single-storied and now have been raised four- to 10-stories. The hospital provides indoor and outdoor treatments as well as pathological and diagnostic services. It serves about 2,500 outdoor patients daily. Though as of 1999, the hospital had 600 beds (of which 240 are paying) but more than 1000 indoor patient remain in the hospital most of the time.

Dhaka Medical College and Hospital

Dhaka Medical College and Hospital Government Medical College In Bangladesh
Dhaka Medical College aspires to produce elite citizens with a high standard of professionalism and profound commitment in an enabling environment to be able to give commendable leadership desired by all.

Introduction: Dhaka Medical College stands as an icon of our country. It started its journey in 1946 in a building, built in the light of colonial architecture in 1902 in the centre of the city between Dhaka University and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in the Ramna area. The majestic building now accommodates the famous Dhaka Medical College Hospital.

Dhaka Medical College has played a pioneering role in the development of medical science, health care delivery and in nation building activities of the country. The college boasts of a highly reputed array of intellectuals and academics. Its students are extremely talented with an intense affinity for gathering knowledge to attain excellence and deep sense of commitment to serve the nation.

The college began with an MBBS course admitted around 100 students each year. In 1982 post graduate courses were started with Diploma in Anesthesiology and Gynecology and Obstetrics. Later other post graduate diplomas in various disciplines were added. Masters degree courses in many disciplines were introduced from 2002. Presently 34 post-graduate courses are run by the college.

There are also short term training courses of different departments which are run in collaboration with various organizations.

Admission in Dhaka Medical College under SAARC Free quota student must need 95 percent in HSC And SSC With 99 percentage in Biology.

For admission help contact SAI Careers

Dhaka Medical College (Govt. College)

Saturday, 22 July 2017

Medical Career in Bangladesh

Student Assembly of India (SAI) Careers tie-up with top medical universities from Bangladesh.

MBBS study from Bangladesh under Bangladesh University of Professionals
MBBS Degree from Bangladesh under Gono Bishwabiddalay, Bangladesh
Medical Study in Bangladesh under Shah Jalal Uni. of Science & Technolony, Sylhet
MBBS in Bangladesh top medical colleges listed under University of Chittagong
Study MBBS from Bangladesh MCI Approved under University of Dhaka
Low Fees MBBS education in Bangladesh Medical Council of India approved affilated under University of Rajshahi
Medical Education in Bangladesh provided by University of Science & Technology, Chittagong

Admission process under the supervision of SAI Careers representatives.

First year MBBS Admission in top medical colleges in Bangladesh which are M.C.I recognised colleges. Indian student contact SAI Careers Email