Medical college for women and hospital, Dhaka

Address : Plot No 4 Road-8/9, Sector-1, Dhaka 1230, Bangladesh , Bangladesh

Type
Private
Short Name
MCW&H
Established
1992
Country
Bangladesh

The concept of a Medical College exclusively for women is not a new one, particularly in our socio-cultural background. There are examples of such medical colleges in neighboring countries. There is already an awareness in the society for the enhancement of technical education in the female population the Bangladesh Government has already taken positive steps in the field of teachers training in education sector. At present the female quota of admission in medical colleges is far too low and as such many a talented girls could not be admitted in this noble profession. Moreover there are conservative families who want to educate their children in an atmosphere like this.

There will also be a training center for nurses & paramedics in this complex, so that a good number of students will be trained in nursing and other specialties who will fill the demands of nurses and other specialties in the government or non-government hospitals and foreign countries.

This Medical College & Hospital has already created a job opportunity for about 300 doctors, 100 nurses, paramedics and other technical and non-technical persons directly. It will thus help to develop the National Economy (GDP).
  • In 12th Class percentage should be 60%.
  • NEET Score must be for General Categories - 134 Marks & For Reserved Categories - 107 Marks
FEE STRUCTURE FOR 12TH PASS STUDENTS
CourseTution FeeTotalTotal INR
MD Course 1st Year 19000 19000 1425000
MD Course 2nd Year 6000 6000 450000
MD Course 3rd Year 6000 6000 450000
MD Course 4th Year 6000 6000 450000
MD Course 4.5th Year 6000 6000 450000
Total  43000 USD $ 3225000 INR
Total Course = 3225000 INR

The concept of a Medical College exclusively for women is not a new one, particularly in our socio-cultural background. There are examples of such medical colleges in neighboring countries. There is already an awareness in the society for the enhancement of technical education in the female population the Bangladesh Government has already taken positive steps in the field of teachers training in education sector. At present the female quota of admission in medical colleges is far too low and as such many a talented girls could not be admitted in this noble profession. Moreover there are conservative families who want to educate their children in an atmosphere like this.

There will also be a training center for nurses & paramedics in this complex, so that a good number of students will be trained in nursing and other specialties who will fill the demands of nurses and other specialties in the government or non-government hospitals and foreign countries.

This Medical College & Hospital has already created a job opportunity for about 300 doctors, 100 nurses, paramedics and other technical and non-technical persons directly. It will thus help to develop the National Economy (GDP).

  • 1 USD$ = 65 INR at time of calculation 
  • AC Hostels
  • Food at actual

The college was established in 1992 by a group of members aiming to provide quality medical education in Bangladesh at very reasonable fee.

Its 20 departments are powered by 121 faculty members. Medical College is recognized by Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council. MCW&H is listed in world directory of medical schools by WHO. Its MBBS degree is recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI).

FEES AMOUNT
Registration Fee
Rs. 25000
Admission Fee
Rs. 0
Visa Fee
Rs. 74000
Travel Fee
Rs. 0

Total BMU Processing Fee : - Rs. 99000 + GST

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S.NoPeriodAppearedPassPass %
1 2012-2014 52 17 32.7 %
2 2015 - 2018 98 34 34.69 %
3 2019 33 15 45.45 %
4 2020 21 10 47.62 %
5 2021 8 1 12.5 %
6 2022 25 12 48 %
7 2023 17 3 17.65 %
 Total 254 92  
SOURCE :- natboard.edu.in

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