Must Read Before If You Want to take Admission in MBBS in Bangladesh
Eligibility Criteria for MBBS in Bangladesh
The candidate must have a passport if he/she wants to take Admission in MBBS in Bangladesh. If not You can Apply Online.
- He/she should be of age 17 years or above before December 31 of the year in which the student is seeking admission.
- A student will not be eligible for MBBS in Bangladesh if there is a gap of more than 2 years after class XII. If the student applies for current year’s session, then he/she must have completed class XII or passed class 12 in this year or the previous year. If the board conducts exam in 2017 but issues Passing Certificate in 2018, then also a student can be eligible for taking admission.
- The student must have his/her Passing Certificate (of class 12) issued in the current year (2018) or previous year (2017) only. Failing to meet this criterion would mean that the student cannot study medical in Bangladesh.
- The student must have passed class 10 in either 2015 or 2016.
- Indian students must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology in class XII and have equal to or more than 60% aggregate marks. The student must have more than 60% marks in Biology.
- Anyone who passed out class 12 prior to 2016 cannot take admission in Bangladesh as per government rules.
- Minimum aggregate GPA in SSC or equivalent and HSC or equivalent should be 8.00.
- Minimum GPA either in SSC or equivalent or in HSC or equivalent: 3.5
- Minimum GPA 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.
MBBS Medical University in Bangladesh Approved by MCI ( Medical Council of India )
|Sl. No.||Country Name||University Name|
|1||Bangladesh||Bangladesh University of Professionals|
|2||Bangladesh||Gono Bishwabiddalay, Bangladesh|
|3||Bangladesh||Shah Jalal Uni. of Science & Technolony, Sylhet|
|4||Bangladesh||University of Chittagong|
|5||Bangladesh||University of Dhaka|
|6||Bangladesh||University of Rajshahi|
|7||Bangladesh||University of Science & Technology, Chittagong|
Life of Indian Hindu While MBBS in Bangladesh
Dr. Tonmoy Biswas completed his Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from Faridpur Medical College, University of Dhaka in July 2016. Five and half years of medical college didn’t just made him known as a medical doctor but also as a public speaker, medical researcher and public health activist. While in medical college, he participated in multiple medical research projects and attended several medical conferences within and outside his country. He was awarded with scholarship for an online-offline master degree in public health from an American University. He finished the degree in November last year, while his master thesis got published in a Japanese Journal this year. This week our team tried to explore about his medical education, life and research experiences during and after medical college.
Tell us about your life experiences in medical school.
In the meantime, I explored the extracurricular world by engaging myself in multiple organisations. As a result, I learned organising skills, parallel to research, holding 21 different posts (minor-major) in national and international organisations in my medical student life. I’m not overstating. Actually, I planned to learn a set of skills before graduation, which would be essential in professional life. But whatever I did, every time I needed to balance my studies. At the end of the day, I am satisfied with my academic performance and records.
How did you become interested in Medicine?
How is the education system and course division for studying Medicine in Bangladesh?
MBBS COLLEGE IN BANGLADESH APPROVED BY MCI
MBBS ADMISSION IN GOVERMENT MEDICAL COLLEGE IN BANGLADESH Under SAARC Quota
MBBS in Bangladesh – Highest MCI Screening Test Passing Percentage (2012-14)
A major reason behind this is the similarity of education/study pattern between India and Bangladesh. MBBS in Bangladesh is similar to studying Medical in India in the following respects:
- Identical Syllabus
- Same authors of books
- Similar Study Pattern
- Study of similar Diseases
- Similar Pattern of Examination
- Similar Duration of MBBS
SHANSAHA SAID THANKS SUNNY SIR AND I AM HAPPY THAT I HAVE CHOSSEN YOU AS A CAREER GUIDER. ALLAH SAVED ME.
SHANSAHA ALSO SAID “Sir mere bhut dost jo India s MBBS kar rahe hai unhe v eitna accha study nhi mil raha aur practical nhi ho raha Jinta yaha ho raha hai, aur wo v matr 23 Lakhs m Complete aur India m to MBBS ka 75+ Lakhs v lag raha hai mere friends ka, I am So much happy sir and Thankful to you always”.SHANSHA
MBBS in Bangladesh Syllabus
Here in Bangladesh MBBS Syllabus is very much similar as it is in India. That’s why student who goes to Bangladesh for studying MBBS from India cracking MCI Screening Test easily.
1. MBBS course is of 5 years and six month internship.
2. Compulsory rotatory internship of 1 year after 5 years of college. This can be done in India.
3. Semester system is followed. Each semester is of 6 months.
4. The MBBS course is divided into 3 phases, namely- Pre-clinical phase, Para-clinical Phase & Clinical Phase.
5. The medium of instruction is English.
|Phase||Duration of the Phase||Subjects Taught||Examination|
|1st Phase||1 year & 6 months||1. Anatomy
|First Professional MBBS|
|2nd Phase||1 year||1. Community Medicine
2. Forensic Medicine
|Second Professional MBBS|
|3rd Phase||1 year||1. Pharmacology & Therapeutics
|Third Professional MBBS|
|4th Phase||1 year & 6 months||1. Medicine & Allied Subjects
2. Surgery & Allied Subjects
3. Obstetrics & Gynecology
|Final Professional MBBS|
Education System in Bangladesh
The literacy rate in Bangladesh is approximately 67%.
There are many government schools in primary, secondary & higher secondary level.
The country follows 5 steps of education level:
a. Grade 1 to 5 = Primary.
b. Grade 6 to 8 = Junior Secondary.
c. Grade 9 to 10 = Secondary.
d. Grade 11 to 12 = Higher Secondary.
Real Education System is going on Bangladesh.
Education in Bangladesh is mainly taught in Bengali language but since last few years many English Medium schools have opened. This shows that in Bangladesh also Indian MBBS Admission Seekers will not going to face any problem related to studies because all study conditions are same like Indian Education System. by Er. Sunny Singh ( Chairman, Career Maker )