Brahmanbaria Medical College, Bangladesh
Brahmanbaria Medical College is a private university medical school which began educating students in 2013. The college is located in Ghatura, Brahmanbaria Sadar Upazila, Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh, and is affiliated with University of Chittagong as a constituent college.
Brahmanbaria Medical College (BMC) is a private university medical school which began educating students in 2013. The college is located in Ghatura, Brahmanbaria Sadar Upazila, Brahmanbaria, Bangladesh, and is affiliated with University of Chittagong as a constituent college.
BMC offers a five-year course of study leading to a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree. One-year internships after graduation are common, but not compulsory for all graduates. The degree is recognised by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC).
The college building is attached to a 250-bed hospital, which also publishes a formal medical journal: Brahmanbaria Medical College Journal.
Admission for Bangladeshis to the MBBS programme at all medical colleges in Bangladesh (government and private) is conducted centrally by the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS). It administers a written multiple choice question exam simultaneously throughout the country. Candidates are admitted based primarily on their score on this test, although grades at Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) level also play a part. Seats are reserved, according to quotas set by the DGHS, for children of freedom fighters and for students from underprivileged backgrounds.
- 1st installment =8000$
- rest 6000$ x 4 yrs installment
Examination fees will pay when needed.
History of Brahmanbaria
Brahmanbaria district is located in the eastern part of Bangladesh. Once the region was a part of Samatat state. Later it was included in Tripura district in 1790. The first and temporary capital of Isa Khan was at Sarail, 10km north of Brahmanbaria Town. Swadeshi movement (1905), Peasant movement (1901) No-rent movement war of liberation Movement (1971) etc are the remarkable chapters of the region. Brahmanbaria was promated as a municipality in 1869. After the liberation of Bangladesh, Brahmanbaria was declared as a district in 15 February 1984.