About University

The Community Based Medical College(CBMC), Bangladesh, was founded in the Year 1994 at Mymensingh by thirty prominent kind persons of different professions and positions under the leadership of late professor Dr. AIM Mafakhkharul Islam.

The Community Based Medical College Bangladesh (CBMCB) is an academic enterprise of CHFB(Community Health Foundation). To provide quietly within the parameter of Health and Science, the overall national efforts in achieving a meaningful, excellent quality of life and environment.

Community-Based Medical College Bangladesh(CBMCB) is situated at Winnerpar, 10km distance, by road from Dhaka.

Facilities of Community-Based Medical College, Bangladesh

There are many good facilities at Community-Based Medical College because it is known in the best of Bangladesh college list. Some of them are listed below:

  • It provides the best place to live as rooms of the hostel are well maintained and clear daily.
  • The college classes to the canteen are well furnished, and even the laboratories have the highest technology tools and techniques.
  • There are many journals and published papers in the library and more than enough books to be read by a medical student on every topic.
  • There is an auditorium with a vast area to cover thousands of gatherings whenever any event or function occurs.
  • The faculties are experienced and trained in their specialization, and more importantly, they are cooperative.
  • The quality of mess food is like home, so parents need not worry regarding their children’s hygiene as the college mess and canteen serves tasty and healthy food.

Affiliation and Recognition:

  • Dhaka University
  • Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Bangladesh.
  • Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council(BMDC).
  • Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons (BCPS)
  • World Directory of Medical Institutions wdoms.org.
  • World Health Organization (WHO).

The course at Community-Based Medical College(CBMC): The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program

Course Duration: Full-time five years, including one year of the internship program, which is Optional for international students; they can choose for an internship in their residence country.

Admission criteria for Community-Based Medical College, Bangladesh:

One can get into a Community-Based Medical College with:

  1. Copy of mark sheet of class 10th and 12th.
  2. Migration certificate copy.
  3. A valid passport photocopy.
  4. Adhar Card.
  5. Passing certificate from the recognized university.
  6. The selection will be made once all the documents are verified, and after all verification, students will get the invitation letter from the college.

Please Keep all these documents ready while filling the application form.

The medium of Instruction:

The medium of teaching at Community-Based Medical College is English.

Ranking

CBMCB(Community Based Medical College) Bangladesh ranking among the top three Medical organizations in Bangladesh.

MBBS Fees-Community Based Medical College and Hospital (MMCH)

Community-Based Medical College MBBS Fees details Session 2020-2021

Medical College Total Fees First Year Fees
Community-Based Medical College USD 45,600 USD 15030 Installment details of the rest of the amount will reflect in offer letter

FAQs

Does 400 a good score in the NEET entrance exam?

Yes, 400 is considered a good score in the NEET exam. With a 400 score, you may get chances to make it to government medical college.

Why choose Community Based Medical College?

Community-Based Medical College is best in the study and is serving the highest standards in MBBS.

If I fail in the screening of Community-Based Medical College, can I be a part of it?

Yes, as you can appear again in the screening test as the college comprises students’ behalf so that they don’t get disappointed. You can call us at the number published on the website to know more.

Which year of the MBBS is difficult?

It all depends on how well you build your base. If you really understood and maintained your anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry, then the second year is the most difficult because you will be using physiology to learn pharmacology and integrate all three to learn pathology while learning microbiology de novo.

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