Dhaka Central International Medical College is a private medical college established in the year 2010 as a great initiative to provide scope for the deserved candidates to contribute to the healthcare system. The college is affiliated with the University of Dhaka and accredited by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council and NMC of India. The college also owns a hospital located at the campus Dhaka Central International Medical College & Hospital with 250 beds capacity to serve the great purpose of saving lives. Dhaka Central International Medical College was established with the sole objective to produce competent, compassionate, reflective, and dedicated health care professionals that could serve society with great humanitarian values.
Official Website: https://dcimch.com/
|Year of Establishment||2010|
|Name of the University||DHAKA CENTRAL INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL COLLEGE|
|Type of the University||Private|
|Location of the University||Dhaka, Bangladesh|
|Recognitions / Accreditations||NMC, BMDC, WHO, FAIMER, NMC|
|Medium of Teaching||ENGLISH|
|Eligibility to enroll in MBBS||10+ 2 WITH PCB 50% IN 12TH / +2|
|The population of Indian Students||50|
|Indian Food facility||Available in University canteen/restaurants|
|Total course duration||6 years (5 years + 1-year compulsory internship)|
Dhaka Central International Medical College employed highly qualified experts that are dedicated to teaching from home and abroad to provide the best learning experience to the students. Innumerable visiting faculty also provides their great assistance from time to time as well the expert doctors of the local and foreign countries are invited to share their valuable life experiences with the students to train them as the best physicians of the world. Every department has plenty of experienced Professors, associates,s and assistant professors passionate and devoted to the development of the students is an asset for Dhaka Central International Medical College.
Infrastructure And Other Facilities
DMC is one of the most well-equipped medical colleges of Bangladesh with an affiliated renowned hospital serving together. The medical college facilitates all its students with modern lecture halls furnished with modern audio-visual communications, modernized laboratories, spacious class and tutorial rooms, centrally air-conditioned campus, with digital library and other required amenities for the student's comfort.
30% of the total seats of the college are allocated to the international students facilitating medical education for the most deserving candidates. At present 200 international students are studying at this college from India, Nepal and other nearby countries join Dhaka Central International Medical College every year to fulfill their doctorate dreams.
Near to 50 Indian students are currently studying medicine at Dhaka Central International Medical College and most of them are of north Indian particularly from west Bengal and nearby states. The little among them is of south Indian students that are willing to pursue their medical education abroad.
Indian Food And Accommodation
Separate hostels for boys and girls are available at Dhaka Central International Medical College in a 24/7 safe and secured environment. Indian food is available at Dhaka hostels as there might be close proximity of the cuisines of Bangladesh to India students feel like they stay in another state of India instead they are studying in another country.
About Dhaka city: Dhaka Central International Medical College is located in Dhaka, the sixth most populated city and the ninth-largest city across the world. Dhaka previously known as Dacca is the capital city of Bangladesh with over 21 million residents. Dhaka is the political, economic, cultural, financial, commercial, and industrial, and entertainment trade center of Bangladesh. Dhaka is located in Central Bangladesh on the eastern banks of river Buriganga. The city is bounded by the major districts of Gazipur, Tangail, Mushiganj, Rajbari, Narayanganj, Manikganj. Dhaka is also one of the rapidly growing megacities of the world also the lowest economic city.
Culture and heritage: Dhaka enthralls with its vibrant and varied cultural heritage and UNESCO recognized city. The annual celebrations Mangal Shobhajatra is the most prominently celebrated annual festival of the country. Language Martyrs Day on 21st February, Independence Day on 26th March, Victory Day on 16th December are the other most celebrated annual days of the country where they will accumulate at Shaheed Minar and Jatiyo Smriti Soudho to hail their national heroes of the war. Dhaka is home to great cultural monuments from 16th and 19th centuries like Lalbagh Fort, Ahsan Manzil, Tara Mosque, Chawk Mosque, Hussaini Dalan, Armenian Church, Dhaka Gate, Dhanmondi Shahi Eldgah, Rose Garden Palace, Choto Katra, Bara Katra, Dhakeshwari Temple, Swami Bagh temple, Buddist Monastery, Holy Rosary Church and many more tourist attractions that could palate one's souls.
Transportation: Dhaka is one of the cities that suffer from the worst traffic troubles across the world. City developed through centuries of culture though lack of proper organized planning and city developmental activities made the public transport system as the most hectic and troublesome to the citizens. The city currently concentrates greatly on pollution control and has cultivated “green auto-rickshaws” about 85,000 for the betterment of the city's health. Dhaka is connected to all the parts of Bangladesh through national highways: N1 to N8 and also directly connected to the Asian Highway Network that links with plenty of Indian cities like Kolkata, Agartala, Guwahati, and Shillong. An Elevated expressway system is also under construction that could connect international Airports.
Shahjalal International Airport is located just 15 kilometers afar from the city center of Dhaka which has the most crusades of domestic and international flights per day nearly 190 flights roaming. Along with air and roadways, Dhaka is connected to the world with rail and waterways. The Sadarghat Riverport and inter-district ferry services are used mostly for passenger travels including the Water bus services at Buriganga, Hatirjheel, and Gulshan lakes.
Climate: Bangladesh is of tropical savanna climatic country mostly experiencing distinct monsoonal seasons. Annual rainfall occurs during May and October months and an average temperature of 19 degrees during the months of January is the winter climatic condition. Water and air pollution is the major issue to the unremitted increase of Dhaka city destroying the health of citizens. Students that are willing to study in the city of Dhaka should consider this as a serious issue where they need to study for nearly 6 years duration at the city of Dhaka. Though the living and other expenses are not that high compared with the capital cities of India and other top world countries living in Dhaka city is also inaudibly considered as expensive. The similar climatic conditions to India are the most fascinating factor to all the medical aspirants that are willing to join the MBBS course in Bangladesh.
Safety: Alongside the pollution issues city of Dhaka is also one of the cities to be very careful to live in as the crime rate of the city is a bit high. The government already issued travel advisories to all its tourists recommending a “high degree of caution” in Dhaka and in Bangladesh. This is the most critical factor to consider while looking studying MBBS in Bangladesh though the country is in very close proximity to India, Indian students especially female students might think twice to get enrollments. Other than these two issues of safety and pollution where the same is common to most of the world’s capitals the educational standards and other conditions are worthwhile to consider Dhaka Central International Medical College as the right choice to complete MBBS.
Communication: The official language of communication in Bangladesh is Bengali with 98% of Bangladeshis are fluent in the communication of Bengali. Though Bengali is the first and official language in spite of being monolingual country Bangladeshis also uses few other languages including English, Tibeto-Burman, Indo-European languages. Dhaka Central International Medical College's teaching and communication language are mostly English makes it very comfortable for all its foreign students. Dhaka Central International Medical College is an apt college for those Indian students that are seeking education in countries with similar cultural practices and food preferences along with learning global standards of education.