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NEPAL MBBS ENTRANCE EXAM: Eligibility, Admission Process & Documents required


ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR MBBS IN NEPAL


A candidate shall be eligible for MBBS in Nepal on fulfilling the criteria mentioned below:

  • Must have passed 12th or equivalent qualification from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) and passed in each subject with a minimum of 50% in PCB and in aggregate.

OR

  • Passed Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree recognized by the Universities in Nepal with biological sciences and must have passed the Higher Secondary Education (Science) or 10+2 (Science) or Intermediate of Science or equivalent Science education with Biology, Physics, and Chemistry.
  • Must have passed the Medical Entrance Examination conducted for MBBS program by BPKIHS, KU,TU

SELECTION CRITERIA FOR MBBS IN NEPAL


  • Admission will be made on the basis of performance in the entrance test followed by an interview.
  • Results will be published one week before the starting date.
  • Foreign students will be selected on the basis of eligibility criteria and interviews after passing Common Entrance test conducted by KU, TU, BPKIHS and duly filling the application form of the individual colleges.

NOTE: Interview will be conducted by the respective College in which admission is being sought.


B.P. KOIRALA INSTITUTE OF HEALTH SCIENCES 


B.P.Koirala Institute of Health Sciences Conducts Pre-medical entrance exam for admissions to MBBS, BDS, BSc Nursing and BSc MIT Programs every year in the month of July/August for Nepalese and Foreign Students

Candidates who are interested and seek admission in B.P.Koirala Institute of Health Sciences are informed to apply with scanned copy of all original documents along with Bank Deposit Receipt of Entrance Examination and Counselling Fee (non refundable) must be submitted while submitting online application form.

Foreign candidates must appear in the Central Entrance Test conducted by B.P.Koirala Institute of Health Sciences .

The Entrance Examination will be of 3½ hours duration and will have one paper consisting of 200 Multiple Choice Questions. There is no negative marking. The language of the question paper will be English.

Admissions are taken only on the basis of the merit secured in the entrance exam and counselling conducted by B.P.Koirala Institute of Health Sciences.


INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE, TRIBHUVAN UNIVERSITY & ITS AFFILIATED COLLEGES


Institute of Medicine Nepal conducts a common entrance exam every year for both Nepalese and foreign students for MBBS program at IOM and its affiliated colleges.

The paper will be a multiple choice question based examination.

The total marks will be 100 and there will be no negative marking.

Admission Procedure at Institute of Medicine:

Eligible aspirants for MBBS at Institute of Medicine must take the Medical Entrance Examination conducted by Institute of Medicine, TU.

All students including international students must take and pass the Medical Entrance Examinations of Institute of Medicine

Those who secure more than 50% marks in IOM exam are listed in the merit.

Based on the marks obtained in IOM exam a separate merit list is prepared for Nepalese and Foreign students and admission is granted according to the merit secured.

Candidates are required to register with the affiliated colleges separately by remitting the prescribed fee along with the application form for registration duly filled in and forwarded to the University through the Dean of the School of Medical Science or the Principal of the affiliated college within the stipulated date.

Colleges affiliated to Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University

  • Chitwan medical College, Bharatpur
  • Gandaki Medical College, Pokhara
  • Janaki medical college, Janakpur
  • KIST Medical College & Teaching Hospital, Lalitpur
  • National Medical College, Birgunj
  • Universal College of Medical Sciences, Bhairhawa

KATHMANDU UNIVERSITY & ITS AFFILIATED UNIVERSITIES


The KU conducts KUMET test every year in the month of July/August. Students (Nepalese and Foreign) have to pass the KUMET.

Admission will be done as per the guidelines of KU on the merit basis.

Original certificate and citizenship certificates are required for the admission.

Admission procedure for Foreign Citizen

Candidates who are interested and seek admission in MBBS/BDS programs of Kathmandu University are informed to apply with scanned copy 12th mark sheet and Citizenship/Passport.

Foreign candidates must appear in the Central Entrance Test KUMET conducted by Kathmandu University.

Candidates have to forward their application together with attested copies of their testimonials addressed to the principal of respective Medical College. All the students may contact respective colleges individually for application forms, prospectus or further details.

Only the Indian students who have passed NEET are eligible to apply.

Every candidate admitted in the course by Kathmandu University or any of the affiliated medical colleges shall register with University by remitting the prescribed fee along with the application form for registration duly filled in and forwarded to the University through the Dean of the School of Medical Science or the Principal of the affiliated college within the stipulated date.

Colleges affiliated to Kathmandu University

  • Kathmandu University School of Medical sciences
  • Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara
  • College of Medical Sciences, Bharatpur
  • Nepalgunj Medical College, Nepalgunj
  • Kathmandu Medical College, Kathmandu
  • Nepal Medical College, Kathmandu
  • Nobel Medical College, Biratnagar
  • Lumbini Medical College, Palpa
  • Birat Medical College, Biratnagar
  • Devdaha Medical College, Lumbini

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR FILLING APPLICATION FORM

Scanned copies of each of the following original documents (scanned copies of photocopies will not be accepted):

  • Marksheet of Class XI & XII of 10+2 system or A-level or equivalent examination.
  • Passport or citizenship (both sides) or residential certificate with photograph or election card (Adhar card / PAN card / Driving license will not be acceptable).
  • Bank voucher/swift transfer receipt (as applicable)
  • Scanned passport size photographs & signature

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Why Study MBBS from Nepal

Perks of studying MBBS from Nepal

HOW TO STUDY MBBS ABROAD

 

Curriculum at Institute of Medicine Nepal


The curriculum program of studying MBBS in Nepal at Institute of Medicine is community oriented, has joint teaching learning campaigns and encourages self-reliant and problem-based training. Faculty members organize regular intra and inter departmental meetings in order to conduct associated seminars and effective learning.

The MBBS at Institute of Medicine has been divided into three parts-

The first phase comprises of two years duration, in the following areas:

Ist year:

  • Community Medicine and Integrated Basic Medical Science
  • Clinical exposure
  • Communication Skills

IInd year:

  • Integrated Basic Medical Science and Clinical exposure
  • Communication Skills

Exposure to patients with training in communication skills, history taking and general physical examination included in this phase.

The second phase comprises of one year duration, in the following areas:

  • Disciplines of Forensic Medicine
  • Community Medicine (Applied Epidemiology, Family Health Exercise)
  • Internal Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Gynaecology and Obstetrics
  • Paediatrics

The third phase comprises of one and a half years duration, mainly concentrated on the clinical subjects:

  • Internal Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Gynaecology and Obstetrics
  • Paediatrics,
  • Eye,
  • ENT,
  • Orthopaedics,
  • Dentistry,
  • Psychiatry,
  • Dermatology,
  • Radiology,
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Accident and Emergency Medicine,
  • Community Medicine (District health service management)

Clinical Rotation in major clinical areas, Information Technology, Ethics and Research will be covered during this phase.

Internship at Institute of Medicine:

  • On successful completion of the course of study of four and a half years, it is mandatory to complete one year of compulsory rotating internship before finally graduating and becoming eligible to practice as a physician.
  • The students are posted in Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Anaesthesia, Accident and Emergency Medicine, Eye and ENT.
  • This programme is conducted in different departments of designated Teaching Hospitals.

For eligibility criteria and entrance exam details MBBS and PG(Medical)

Eligibility Criteria for MBBS at Institute of Medicine Nepal


Eligibility Criteria for MBBS in Nepal

A candidate shall be eligible for selection to the MBBS at Institute of Medicine and its affiliated colleges on fulfilling the criteria mentioned below:

Must have passed 12th or equivalent qualification from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) and passed in each subject with a minimum of 50% in PCB and in aggregate.

OR

Passed Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree recognized by the Universities in Nepal with biological sciences and must have passed the Higher Secondary Education (Science) or 10+2 (Science) or Intermediate of Science or equivalent Science education with Biology, Physics, and Chemistry.

Must have passed the Medical Entrance Examination conducted for MBBS program by Institute of Medicine, TU

MBBS entrance exam at Institute of Medicine

Institute of Medicine Nepal conducts a common entrance exam every year for both Nepalese and foreign students for MBBS program at IOM and its affiliated colleges.

The paper will be a multiple choice question based examination.

The total marks will be 100 and there will be no negative marking.

Selection of MBBS students at Institute of Medicine:

Eligible aspirants for MBBS at Institute of Medicine must take the Medical Entrance Examination conducted by Institute of Medicine, TU.

All students including international students must take and pass the Medical Entrance Examinations of Institute of Medicine

Those who secure more than 50% marks in IOM exam are listed in the merit.

Based on the marks obtained in IOM exam a separate merit list is prepared for Nepalese and Foreign students and admission is granted according to the merit secured.


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Eligibility Criteria for PG Medical at Institute of Medicine Nepal


  • Must have an MBBS degree from a recognised medical college and successfully completed one year of internship.
  • The candidate must be registered with Medical Council of India/Nepal Medical Council.

PG Medical entrance exam at Institute of Medicine Nepal:


  • Institute of Medicine Nepal conducts a common entrance exam every year for both Nepalese and foreign students for PG Medical program at Institute of Medicine and its affiliated colleges.
  • The paper will be a multiple choice question based examination.
  • The total marks will be 100 and there will be no negative marking.

Selection of PG Medical students at Institute of Medicine Nepal:


  • Eligible aspirants for PG Medical program must take the Medical Entrance Examination conducted by the Institute of Medicine, TU.
  • All students including international students must take and pass the Medical Entrance Examinations of Institute of Medicine
  • Those who secure more than 50% marks in IOM exam are listed in the merit.
  • Based on the marks obtained in IOM exam a separate merit list is prepared for Nepalese and Foreign students and admission is granted according to the merit secured.

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MBBS and PG (Medicine) at Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University, Nepal


The Institute of Medicine (IOM) Nepal was established in 1972 under Tribhuvan University with the directive and the commitment of training all the categories of healthcare manpower needed in the country.

As of 2013, IOM is running 29 different programs from beginner -proficiency certificate level to the advance– postgraduate degree in medicine, public health, paramedical, nursing and Ayurved Science through 9 campuses across the country.

Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital has 750 beds and caters nearly 2500 out patients everyday at its clinics, offers services to general public and is the center for the education and research activities of different medical programs run by The Institute of Medicine.

In order to facilitate research, IOM has Research Department and separate Research Laboratory. It has research collaboration with many Universities and Institutions in Nepal and aboard

IOM faculty have published research papers in indexed national and international journals.

More than 1200 doctors have graduated from the Institute of Medicine and almost one third of the students joining the program are from outside the country making it a preferred choice among Indian students who want to study MBBS in Nepal.

A number of changes have taken place over the years in the field of medical education, thus the original curriculum prepared in 1978 had undergone a number of revisions and the last change was in 1994.

The curriculum at the Institute of Medicine was designed in such a way that the curriculum integrates basic medical sciences with clinical disciplines.

There is a strong community orientation, stress on self-directed and problem based learning.

The duration of the MBBS in Nepal course is of five and half years which consist of four and half years of academic course and one year of compulsory rotating internship.

 


Teaching Methodology at Institute of Medicine, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

  • Teaching and learning in Community-based settings.
  • Organ-system based integrated teaching and early clinical exposures.
  • Regular review of Basic Medical Sciences related to common and important clinical problems.
  • Self- directed- learning to inculcate the habit of life-long learning.
  • Problem-based learning (PBL).
  • Structured Interactive Sessions (SIS).
  • Ambulatory teaching in the Outpatient Departments for better practical understanding of commonly encountered medical problems.
  • Bedside teaching learning in wards.
  • Understanding clinical examination and procedural skills in skill laboratories under supervision.
  • Maintaining log books to document the competencies acquired during clinical placements.
  • Demonstrations and practice on simulated patients wherever applicable.
  • Presentation of reports on community diagnosis, family health exercise and district health service management.

👍Notice : PG 2019
👉For post graduate entrance examination of iom and it’s affiliated college
👉Form date : 5 March 2019
👉Last date :23 March 2019
👉Admit card : 25march 2019 till 29march 2019
👉Exam Date :30/March /2019
👉Exam Center : Iom -Maharjanj Kathmandu nepal
👉Exam Date & Time : Saturday, march 30, 2019, 9:30 am
👉Guidance support:8173872222
WEBSITE: www.iom.edu.np (Online form)

 

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