Study MBBS in Bangladesh
The complete duration of an MBBS program in Ukraine is 5.8 years. The students are not required to pass any entrance examination to get admission in a medical university in Ukraine.
Bangladesh was a part of India so it has almost all benefits of studying in India. Many Indian & Nepali students are already studying in Bangladesh for last many years. Advantages of studying MBBS in Bangladesh are mentioned below:
- 5 Year’s Course, Internship in Bangladesh is valid in India (not for other countries)
- Bangladesh is almost same as India (same language, weather, culture, Bacteria & disease pattern & medical practice)
- Best clinical exposure (due to high population) with highest FMGE/MCI Test Result (other students are struggling)
- MCI (Medical Council of India), WHO (World Health Organization), BM&DC (Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council) Listed & Approved Colleges, Affiliated to Very Old & Renowned Universities
- Syllabus is same as India, No Language Classes & Exams (all other countries has separate language classes & exams)
- Quality Education for Quality Students (Students who have passed 12th in current year or last year only they are eligible for admissions with minimum 60% in Bio and overall also 60% required in 10th & 12th Class) (most of the other countries are taking any students who is paying money)
- Lowest Travelling Cost & No Local Transportation Cost as Hospital, Hostel and Campus are within same premises
- No need of Indian Canteen, Care Taker and MCI Coaching makes Bangladesh best option for Indian Students
- Bangladesh is world’s 3rd largest country with Hindu Population after India & Nepal.
- Bangladesh and India has very strong diplomatic, political and cultural.
Yes, Bangladesh is one of the best options for Indian Students, it’s logical and simple. Reasons are listed below:
Language – Students in Bangladesh do not need to attend classes for language, mother tongue is Bangladesh is Bengali and if anyone is comfortable in Hindi, they can speak Bengali in 2-3 months because most of words are similar to Hindi. In case of other countries student need to attend separate classes for local language (Russian, Ukrainian, Kazakh, Kirgiz, Tajikistani, Chinese, Georgian or other language), they also need to pass exam for local language, which is time and effort taking process. If you study in Bangladesh you get more time to study medical subjects.
Food – Bangladesh is separated from India, so eating habits and similar to India. You will get Samosa, Jalebi, Tea, Milk, Coffee, and Parantha in breakfast. You will get Roti, Vegetable, Dal, Rice and other similar dishes in Bangladesh. Most of the institutes in Bangladesh has canteen within campus where students can get vegetarian and non vegetarian food at subsidized cost. If you compare with other countries, eating habits are different so students don’t get food of their choice and they spend additional money exploring more options, this results in increased cost of food still students are left unsatisfied for food.
Bactria, Disease Pattern and treatment – as weather and eating habits are similar to India, which results in same Bactria, disease pattern and same treatment which you observe in India. If you opt for Bangladesh you study and do clinical rotation in with same Bactria, disease patter and follow the same treatment which is observed and followed in India, so you have better chance to clear MCI Screening test as it is based on medical conditions and cases found in India. If you compare with cold countries, there are few differences in Bactria and disease pattern also, which results different treatment and methodology for practice medicine.
Syllabus and Books – Syllabus and Books are same as India. Even most of the students use books and charts of Indian authors. This is very helpful for Indian students, because it becomes easy to understand the language and methodology they use to explain medical education. Other countries have different books and methodology for teaching and pattern is also different.
Hospital and Hostel Facilities – All colleges in Bangladesh has separate Hostel facilities for boys & girls, multi speciality hospitals within campus, which results in better clinical exposure. In case of other countries they have a concept of associated hospital, where students from multiple institutes/university go for practice/clinical. If you study in some other country you don’t have enough opportunity get good clinical exposure. Travelling from hostel to campus and campus to hospital also cause waste of time and money.
Other Benefits & Expenses – cost and time of travel is lowest if you travel from your home town. You can travel by bus, train and flight. Cost of travel is also less. If you calculate cost of return ticket Bangladesh will cost 10,000 to 20000 rupees (flight), if you compare with other countries it will cost approx 40,000 to 60,000 rupees. In case of Bangladesh you can also travel by bus, which cost 5000 to 8000 rupees for return ticket, this cannot be compared with any other country. This minimizes your total cost of education. Pocket money is also less required as you don’t need to travel more as Hospital, Campus and Hostel are in the same premises. You get food similar to India so you don’t need to spend more of exploring options. These all are additional advantages of studying in Bangladesh.
Best MCI Screening Test Pass Rate – now I don’t think I need to justify this, if culture, weather, language, eating habits, syllabus, books, Bactria and disease pattern are same as India, so chance of passing MCI Screening Test/FMGE/NEET PG is always higher than any other country in the world.
Students with good academics are admitted for MBBS in Bangladesh, so if your academics are good if you have
completed 12th in current year or last year, you become eligible for Bangladesh
can assure you will not find any old student (dropper) or students below 65/70%
in 12th class. This justifies the quality of students and
also the quality of education. If you compare with other countries most of the
countries allow students with pass class (40%), some of them allow anything
above 50%, most of the countries allow students with gap of 1/2/3/4/5 years.
That affects difference in age, grasping power, speed of learning of entire
class and environment of studies.