Why Study MBBS in Bangladesh?

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Universities have been recognized by MCI. In 2018 total 67 colleges are recognized by the different universities of Bangladesh.
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Medium of teaching is English: In all medical colleges of Bangladesh the medium of teaching is English. There is no language exam. A large number of Hindi, Bengali, Oriya, Assamese, Tamil, Gujrati, Marathi etc. students are already studying there. The local language used there is Bengali, English, Hindi.
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MCI Exam (FMGE) passing rate is much higher than other countries:
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Same study pattern as in India. Total course of study is 5 years.
PhaseDurationSubjectsExamination
1st Phase1.5 YearAnatomy Physiology Biochemistry1st Professional MBBS
2 nd Phase1 YearCommunity Medicine Forensic Medicine2nd Professional MBBS
3 rd Phase1 YearPharmacology ; Therapeutics Pathology Microbiology3rd Professional MBBS
4 th Phase1.5 YearMedicine & Allied Subjects Surgery & A llied Subjects Obstetrics & GynecologyFinal Professional MBBS
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Similar climate & diseases as in India:The climate of India and Bangladesh are almost same, so diseases are almost same and because of same diseases Bangladesh followed the same books as in India.
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Books followed by The Colleges are same as in India: As books are same it is easy to clear MCI Exam. Though books are same college faculty do not give extra classes to clear MCI (no extra burden). In other countries students have to take extra classes there or after coming to India they have to spend minimum one more year to clear MCI Exam.
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Cuisine & Food habits are same: Indian food (veg & non-veg) is easily available there.
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Separate hostels for boys and girls in every college. Many Colleges have women hostel in their campus. Colleges are very strict while following their hostel rules.
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Only Women College is also there.
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Visit HOME frequently as Bangladesh is the nearby country:
  1. Flight: Kolkata to Dhaka – 0 hrs. 40 mints & Fare – 4,000 to 5,000/-
  2. Bus: From Kolkata to Dhaka 12:00 hrs. (approx.) & Fare – 1,500/-
  3. Train: Kolkata to Khulna – 5:00 hrs. / Kolkata to Dhaka – 8:30 hrs.
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The MBBS degree from a Bangladesh Medical University is recognized by WHO and UNESCO and is accepted globally. So students can apply for USA for MD Courses.
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The hospitals are well equipped with great infrastructure and technology. The students are provided with practical to improve their skills which he/she will not get in other countries.
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Alcohol & Drug use is banned in Bangladesh: In Bangladesh drug and alcohol is strictly banned. Parents do not have to fear about their children regarding the matter. Parents may have a peace of mind while sending their kids to study MBBS in Bangladesh.
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Getting admission in India is being difficult as the number of students increasingly year after year but the number of seats are limited, MBBS in Bangladesh is the best alternative for Indian aspirants to get their MBBS degree from there.
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All these factors not only make it easier for Indian students to take admission in Bangladesh but also give them a feeling of being at home.
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