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Bangladesh Medical College

Bangladesh Medical College & Hospital(BMC)
Established 1986
Type Private
Location Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bangladesh Medical College & Hospital (BMC) is the first private medical college to have been established in Dhaka University since 10 May 1988.


  • History 1
    • List of the founding members 1.1
    • Recognition 1.2
  • Teaching 2
    • Courses offered 2.1
    • Post-graduate teaching 2.2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


The Bangladesh Medical College started functioning from 24 April 1986, and classes commenced on 1 July 1986. The Dhaka University granted affiliation to the College on 10 May 1988.

The first batch of students from the College appeared in the first Professional MBBS Examination of the Dhaka University held in May 1988 after completing a two year prescribed course of studies.

List of the founding members

  • Professor Mohammad Yousuf Ali
  • M.M. Zaman
  • Professor Abu Ahmed Chowdhury
  • Professor K.A.A. Quamruddin
  • Professor M.I. Chowdhury
  • Professor Chowdhury Humayun Kabir
  • Professor Shamsul Huq
  • Abdul Barik Chowdhury
  • Sirajul Islam Chowdhury


Since 1986, the college has been recognised by the General Medical Council of the United Kingdom. They are eligible to take the United States Medical Licensing Examination and Australian Medical Council Examination. The degree is also recognized by Medical Council of India.

The Bangladesh Medical College Journal is recognized by Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council as an official publication of the college.


Courses offered

  • MBBS (Dhaka University)
  • BDS (Bangladesh Dental College,Dhaka University)
  • Diploma in Physiotherapy (State Medical Faculty)
  • B.Sc. in Physiotherapy (Gono Bishwabiddalaya)

Post-graduate teaching

The full period post graduate training in Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Ophthalmology, ENT & Head-Neck Surgery, Urology, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paediatrics & Neonatology at this hospital is recognized by the Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons.


  1. ^ "Bangladesh Medical College Website". 

External links

  • BMC Alumni Official Website

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