University of Science & Technology, Chittagong

University of Science & Technology Chittagong (USTC) is a private university in Bangladesh. The university was established with the sponsorship of a private charity on May 13, 1989. Previously it was started as Institute of Applied Health Sciences (IAHS), later it was upgraded to USTC as a full phased university after the promulgation of the Private University Act, … Read more

Shah Jalal Uni. of Science & Technolony, Sylhet

After a long struggle and a relentless movement, the Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST) was established in 1987. The only university of its kind at that time, it started it’s career on the 1st Phalgun(13th of February 1991) with only three departments: Physics, Chemistry and Economics, 13 teachers and 205 students. It has … Read more

Satkhira Medical College, Khulna

Satkhira Medical College (SMC) is a government medical school in Bangladesh, established in 2011. It is located in the south-western city of Satkhira in Khulna Division. It offers a five years medical education course leading to MBBS. One year internship after graduation is compulsory for all graduates. The degree is recognized by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council. Currently there are 6 batches. They are … Read more

M Abdur Rahim Medical College, Dinjapur

In the year 1978–79 Bangladesh government planned to establish medical colleges at Bogra, Comilla, Dinajpur, Faridpur, Kushtia, Khulna, Noakhali and Pabna with a view to improve the healthcare services in the country. In the year 1980–81 medical colleges were started functioning at Comilla, Khulna, Pabna and IPGMR (Dhaka). Subsequently, the programme was abandoned and the students were shifted to the established existing eight … Read more

Kushtia Medical College, Kushtia

In the year 1978-79 Bangladesh government planned to establish medical colleges at Bogra, Comilla, Dinajpur, Faridpur, Kustia, Khulna, Noakhali and Pabna with a view to improve the healthcare services in the country. Subsequently, the programme was abandoned. Than the government felt the need for more medical colleges for medical education facilities. Accordingly, the government committed … Read more

Gono Bishwabiddalay, Dhaka

Gono Bishwabidyalay (GB) was established by Gonoshasthaya Kendra (GK) Public Charitable Trust that came into being during our glorious War of Liberation in 1971. It is noteworthy thatGonoshasthaya Kendra (People’s Health Centre), one of the pioneering NGOs in Bangladesh is well known all over the world. The GK’s role since 1972 in the development of women and reducing gender inequality … Read more

Bangladesh University of Professionals, Dhaka

Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) a public university established in Bangladesh in 2008. BUP is a unique public university run by the armed forces with upholding the motto “EXCELLENCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE”. The youngest university is confident in furthering the knowledge in the field of national security, technology and modern science to achieve the desired human resources … Read more

MBBS Application Form, Circular & Guidelines for 2017-2018 (Bangladesh)

Application forms would be available (free of cost) from 28 Sept. 2017 and to be submitted before 12 November 2017, during office time on all working days from the Press Wing of the Mission or can be downloaded from our website: Students or their legal guardians are requested to submit photocopies of students’ mark sheets and certificates of class: … Read more

University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

The first proposal to establish a university came in 1917, when Calcutta University created the Sadler Commission to assess the university system in Bengal. However, the recommendations of the report had no immediate consequences. Following the Partition of India in 1947, what is now Bangladesh became East Pakistan. University of Dhaka, established in 1921, was the only university in East Pakistan at the time. Demand for a … Read more

University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Before Dhaka University was established, near its grounds were the former buildings of Dhaka College. In 1873 the college was relocated to Bahadur Shah Park. Later it shifted to Curzon Hall, which would become the first institute of the university. The establishment of the university was a compensation of the annulment of the 1905 Partition of Bengal. The … Read more

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