Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College
Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College
The Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College started its journey in the academic year 1999-2000 by the inspiration of the daughter of the father of the Nation & defender of the democracy Janonetri Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, the then Health Minister Sheikh Fazlul Karim Salim MP, Chairman, Bangladesh Red Crescent Society Sheikh Kabir Hossain and all the Doctors and Staffs working in Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College Hospital under the leadership of Professor Dr. Md. Maniruzzaman Bhuiyan contributed tremendously to establish the College.
The College follows the course curriculum of MBBS course as laid down by Dhaka University and Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council. Government of Bangladesh regulates the criteria of qualification of students and Dhaka University conducts the professional examinations and certificates of MBBS degree are awarded by them. It started its journey with 50 students in the academic year 1999-2000. Presently we have about 800 students and 135 students are admitted during every academic session including up to a maximum of 50% foreign students. Thirteen batches of students have already qualified as doctors and 12th batches have completed their internship training and the thirteen batch is undergoing internship training in Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College Hospital (HFRCMCH) which is a tertiary care Hospital established in the year 1953 with 720 beds and delivering clinical services in all specialities of medical science.
The Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College and Hospital is located in a quiet and serene environment at the heart of Dhaka city at 1, Eskaton Garden Road, Dhaka-1000 on 8.10 acres of land. The construction of the new modern six storied academic building covering an enormous area of one lac twenty three thousand square feet with all modern amenities is already completed and academic activities have started in the mean time at all the levels.
We have adequate qualified teaching staff and modern teaching aids like computers, multimedia projector and digital sound system for effective delivery of lectures. This medical college has a full fledged library with sufficient text, reference books and journals. The library has high speed internet facilities with HINARI access. Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College is enlisted in the AVICENNA Directory (former WHO medical directory). This college is also enlisted with FAIMER International Medical Education Directory-IMED. American Medical Council recently recognized MBBS Course completed from our Medical College. MRCP Part-I Orientation Course has been started in our Medical College in the mean time. Our College is also a centre for FCPS Part-II Examination. We have an international standard bi annually published scientific publication, named Journal of Medical Science and Research which, is fully accredited with Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council.
Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College
|Courses||Duration||Total Fee||1st year Fee||Hostel|
|MBBS||4 1/2 years + 1 Year Internship Program||Approx Rs 35,59,687 / USD 49,750||Approx Rs 22,71,760 / USD 31,750||Included|
TOP 10 REASONS TO STUDY ABROAD IN BANGLADESH
Students have to introspect before planning to study abroad in Bangladesh. It is necessary to make awell-versed decision before you plan foranoverseas higher education. The country has emerged as a leading study abroad destination known for its top-quality education. Here are the top 10 reasons why you should choose to study in the Bangladesh:
1. HIGHLY QUALIFIED INDIAN FACULTY
Due to the close proximity with India, many highly qualified faculties from India teach in medical colleges in Bangladesh. Moreover, Indians own some of the MBBS colleges in Bangladesh. Most of the faculties are renowned specialists in various disciplines of medicine. The Indian faculty is entrusted to develop specialists of the future who will provide expert health care to the patients. The faculties maintain high standard of teaching to ensure students gain knowledge, skills and practical experience.
2.HIGH PASS PERCENTAGE IN MCI SCREENING TEST
As mentioned, Indian students who studied MBBS in Bangladesh have to clear MCI screening test before they can practice medical in India. Fortunately, the pass percentage in MCI screening test of Indian students passed out from MBBS colleges in Bangladesh is very high because the medical education standards and MBBS syllabus are almost the same. That makes it very easy for Indian students to clear the screening test. There are many doctors practicing medical in private and government hospitals in India who have obtained high percentage in MCI screening test in their first attempt. Indian students passed out from medical colleges in Bangladesh may also pursue PG medical courses in India.
3.BEST UNIVERSITIES IN Bangladesh
Bangladesh houses best universities recognized and approved by the Bangladesh Medical Council that aim to provide quality education to the students. The country also has autonomous medical colleges. These universities and autonomous medical colleges are known for their state-of-art-infrastructure.
4.FAMILIAR MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION
One of the biggest advantages of studying MBBS from a university in Bangladesh is that the entire syllabus is taught in English. Thus, even if Indian students have no knowledge of the local language- Bengali- they can easily follow the classes.
5.FLEXIBILITY TO CUSTOMISE YOUR DEGREE
Indian students seeking MBBS in Bangladesh can travel to Bangladesh by air and road. Since Bangladesh is a mountainous country, air transport in Bangladesh is easier and more comfortable than road journey. The Capital Kathmandu is linked by air services to major cities such as New Delhi, Kolkata, etc. Bangladesh is well connected with India Borders. The road transportation includes several entry points at the Indo-Bangladesh border through Birgunj and Kakarbhitta. No VISA and Passport are required to travel from India to Bangladesh.
6. TREATMENT KNOWLEDGE
Weather and eating habits are similar to India, which results in similar Bactria, disease pattern and similar treatment which you observe in India. If you opt for Bangladesh you study and do clinical rotation in with similar Bactria, disease patter and follow the same treatment which is observed and followed in India, so you have better chance to clear MCI Screening test as it is based on medical conditions and cases found in India. If you compare with cold countries, there are few differences in Bactria and disease pattern also, which results different treatment and methodology for practice medicine.
Food in Bangladesh is similar to Indian food but has less spice. Indian students can avail Indian food in Bangladesh easily. The canteens in the medical colleges in Bangladesh and hostels for Indian students pursuing MBBS in Bangladesh offer Indian food. Be it a vegetarian food or a non-vegetarian food, Indian students can enjoy Indian cuisines in Medical College canteens and hostels.
8. COST OF LIVING
The cost of living in Bangladesh is inexpensive as compared to India, Study mbbs in Bangladesh for indian students is very cheap. Hence, it is the best option for Indian students belonging to middle-class families to pursue MBBS in Bangladesh.
9. CLIMATE IN BANGLADESH
The climate in Bangladesh is more or less similar to India. Bangladesh has five climatic zones corresponding to the tropical and subtropical zones namely, Summer, Monsoon, Autumn, Winter, and Spring. Most of the medical colleges in Bangladesh are located in tropical and subtropical zones, which are plane areas bordering with India with similar climatic conditions. Hence, Indian students who want to pursue MBBS in Bangladesh can easily adapt to the climatic conditions of Bangladesh.
10. RETURNING TO INDIA FOR HIGHER EDUCATION
The quality of academic instruction is very high and with strict controls on quality of content and quality of delivery, students passing out from medical colleges in Bangladesh usually find it a breeze to clear the licensing examination i.e. the FMGE (Foreign Medical Graduates Examination) or MCI (Medical Council of India) Screening Test which is conducted by the NBE (National Board of Examination).