Private Medical College Admission 2024: SMS Date for Students Changed

Admission to Private Medical Colleges: SMS Date for Students Changed

The application period for new local students seeking admission to private medical colleges in the country has concluded. A total of 963 students have applied for admission. Starting June 23, SMS notifications will be sent to the students who are finally selected for admission.

This information was disclosed in a recent notice signed by Professor Dr. Mahiuddin Matubber, Director of Medical Education at the Directorate General of Health Services.

The notice stated that applications for self-funded MBBS course admissions in private medical colleges have been received online through Teletalk Bangladesh Ltd. Due to unavoidable reasons, SMS notifications for the primary selection and confirmation of selected students will now be sent in late June.

Previously, another notice from the Directorate General of Health Services indicated that SMS notifications for selected students would begin on June 13, with admission confirmations starting from June 14 and continuing until June 24. Final admissions were to start from June 27 and end on July 8. However, due to technical issues, these dates are subject to change.

It has been reported that 1,404 students, both domestic and international, have applied for admission to private medical colleges, with 963 of them being local students. Initially, SMS notifications for selected students began on June 13.

Vacant Seats in Medical Colleges

The following medical colleges have 1 to 10 vacant seats:

  • Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College
  • Jahurul Islam Medical College, Kishoreganj
  • Ibn Sina Medical College (1 seat each)
  • Cumilla Central Medical College
  • Chattogram International Medical College
  • Dhanmondi Green Life Medical College (2 seats each)
  • Dr. Sirajul Islam Medical College
  • Khulna City Medical College (4 seats each)
  • Kumudini Medical College, Tangail (5 seats)
  • Universal Medical College, Dhaka (6 seats)
  • Munnu Medical College, Manikganj (7 seats)
  • Community-Based Medical College, Dhaka
  • Dhaka Central International Medical College
  • Gazi Medical College, Khulna (8 seats each)
  • Asgar Ali Medical College, Puran Dhaka
  • Southern Medical College, Chattogram (10 seats each)

The following colleges have more than 20 vacant seats:

  • Popular Medical College (49 seats)
  • Gazipur City Medical College (48 seats out of 80)
  • Barind Medical College, Rajshahi (38 seats out of 105)
  • BGC Trust Medical College, Chattogram (36 seats out of 100)
  • Dhaka National Medical College (35 seats out of 130)
  • Monowara Sikder Medical College (65 seats out of 50)
  • Marks Medical College, Dhaka (20 seats out of 70)
  • MH Medical College (25 seats out of 115)
  • North Bengal Medical College, Sirajganj (22 seats out of 85)
  • Parkview Medical College, Sylhet (25 seats out of 82)
  • President Abdul Hamid Medical College, Kishoreganj (26 seats out of 95)
  • Rangpur Community Medical College (24 seats out of 135)
  • Shahabuddin Medical College, Gulshan (26 seats out of 90)
  • Shaheed Monsur Ali Medical College (20 seats out of 140)
  • Ahsania Mission Medical College (20 seats out of 50)
  • Asian Medical College (26 seats out of 50)
  • Bikrampur Bhuiyan Medical College, Munshiganj (22 seats out of 57)
  • Brahmanbaria Medical College (22 seats out of 60)
  • Mymensingh Community-Based Medical College (31 seats out of 140)
  • Institute of Applied Health Sciences, Chattogram (27 seats out of 80)

These changes highlight the ongoing adjustments and challenges faced in the admission process for private medical colleges in Bangladesh.


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