Medical students who graduate from the top medical colleges in Bangladesh obtain the highest passing ratio in MCI screening test/FMGE to practice medicine in India.
Medical colleges in Bangladesh are approved by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council and also by MCI, ECFMG, WDOMS, FAIMER, etc.
Tuition fees for the 5-year medical program at the top medical colleges in Bangladesh are quite affordable as compared to other countries.
Bangladesh has now become the hub for top Medical colleges abroad. Students from neighboring countries like India, Nepal, etc., move to Bangladesh to pursue their dream to become doctors in 5 years.
The top medical colleges in Bangladesh offer the 5-year MBBS program and not only that, but they also offer at an affordable cost.
Along with the approval from the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council, the top medical colleges in Bangladesh are also approved by the Medical Council of India, WDOMS, FAIMER, ECFMG, and other recognitions.
MBBS in Bangladesh is considered as one of the best decision majorly because of the quality of medical education and the affordable fees structure offered by the medical universities of Bangladesh.
NEET is conducted to determine the qualification or the eligibility of the students to get admission for MBBS.
Coronavirus is an infectious virus that spreads through the tiny droplets coming from an infected person. It can transmit to a healthy person through eyes, nose, and mouth.
Bangladesh is becoming a hot destination for students from countries like India, Nepal etc for getting their MBBS degree.
Bangladesh has shown great improvement in terms of education. Many Medical Colleges in Bangladesh are recognized worldwide. Bangladesh has become one of the preferred destinations for medical students.
Bangladesh medical colleges offer high-quality and world-class medical education.
Day to day, the number of infected people with COVID-19 in India has increased to over 1000 cases.
As the country is under lockdown, the release date of the NEET 2020 admit card has also been postponed.
Medical aspirants from India have finally embarked on their journey to become a doctor from the top medical universities in Bangladesh.