MBBS Admission in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is a country in South Asia. It shares its borders with India & Myanmar. Bangladesh is world’s 8th most populated country. Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh. The 2nd largest city in Bangladesh is Chittagong. Bangladesh is a muslim majority country and Bengali is the official language of Bangladesh. Bangladesh is home to largest mangrove forest in the world “Sundarbans”. Bangladesh is a developing countryand has 2nd highest foreign exchanges after India. Major industries include textile, shipbuilding, leather, pharmaceuticals.
Why MBBS in Bangladesh
1. Many Indian students are studying MBBS in Bangladesh as it is economical as compared to costs of studying MBBS from a Private Medical College in India.
2. MBBS in Bangladesh is taught in English Medium.
3. MBBS in Bangladesh is taught in 29 Government and some private medical colleges which are affiliated to Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of Bangladesh.
4. MBBS in Bangladesh duration is 6 years and the course is approved by Medical Council of India.
5. Due to similar climatic & living conditions the disease pattern is similar to India and hence it is a popular destination for MBBS.
6. Admission process is very simple and there is no entrance exam for MBBS Admission in Bangladesh. Admissions are based on Class 12 result and there is no donation required to be paid for admission.
7. After completing MBBS in Bangladesh, Indian students can practice in India as a doctor after clearing the MCI Screening Test.
Eligibility:* Must have passed qualifying examinations (HSC/ ‘A’ level) or equivalent examination.
* SSC/ ‘O’ or equivalent examination passed not before 2015
* HSC/ ‘A’ or equivalent examination passed not before 2017
* Minimum aggregate GPA in SSC or equivalent and HSC or equivalent: 8.00 (eight)
* Minimum GPA either in SSC or equivalent or in HSC or equivalent: 3.5
* Minimum GP in biology: 3.5
* For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in SSC/ ‘O’ level or equivalent exam, only top 5 subjects are considered for calculation of GPA. Therefore, GPA in ‘O’ level = (total marks obtained in top five subjects) ÷ 5
* For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in HSC/ ‘A’ level or equivalent exam, only 3 subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) are considered for calculation of GPA.
* Qualifying Grade in each subject individually is “C”. Therefore, GPA in ‘A’ level = (total marks obtained in three subjects) ÷ 3
|Bangladesh Medical College||Table Data|
|Jahurul Islam Medical College||Table Data|
|Dhaka National Medical College||Table Data|
|Medical College for Women & Hospital||Table Data|
|Z. H. Sikder Womens Medical College||Table Data|
|Shaheed Monsur Ali Medical College||Table Data|
|Kumudini Women's Medical College||Table Data|
|Ibrahim Medical College||Table Data|
|Eastern Medical College||Table Data|
|Central Medical College||Table Data|
|Uttara Adhunik College||Table Data|
|Shahabuddin Medical College||Table Data|
|Enam Medical College||Table Data|
|East West Medical College||Table Data|
|Tayerunness Memorial Medical College||Table Data|
|International Medical College||Table Data|
|Rangpur Community Medical College||Table Data|
|Khwaja Yunus Ali Medical College||Table Data|
|Brahmanbaria Medical College||Table Data|
|Islami Bank Medical College||Table Data|
|Prime Medical College||Table Data|
|North Bengal Medical College||Table Data|
|B.G.C Trust Medical College||Table Data|