Nepal is a beautiful country in the Himalayan region. A country landlocked it shares its borders with India and China. There are several medical colleges, institution that are known for their quality education in medical science.
Nepal has been receiving much attention from international students who are looking to get their MBBS Admission in Nepal. Their medical institutions are fully equipped with all the required amenities to teach and share information concerning the medical science. Students interested to Study MBBS in Nepal have sent their queries for admission to many known medical institutions such as Institute Of Medicine, Universal Medical College, National Medical College, Janki Medical college, Gandaki Medical College, Mahendranagar Medical College etc. There is another benefit of studying MBBS in Nepal, and that is the reasonably priced cost of education and housing for international students.
Name :Birat Medical College
Fees :For contact to us
Duration :5 Years.
Application Deadline :15th October.
MCI Status :Approved
Birat Medial College (BMC) is the newest medical school in Nepal. Established in 2014 as an extended program of Kathmandu University, BMC is now gearing up for its fifth intake. Each year 75 national and international students join us to pursue their life-long passion and goals.
Even though BMC is relatively new, its history in the context of Nepal has been one of significance. Birat Medical College and Teaching Hospital as we are now known as began with a single bedded clinic in 1991. Dr Gyanendra Man Sing Karki, our chairman, has always been a visionary leader and a patriot of Nepal. Completing his MD with a specialty in Obstetrics and Oncological Gynecology from former USSR, Dr. Karki always knew he wanted to contribute to the healthcare of Nepal. Even with vast opportunities presented to him around the world, he knew his dedication for his own people outweighed any materialistic gains. Dr. Karki has always believed than Nepal is more than just the capital and should be developed in its entirety, rather than centralising where gains are the greatest. It is with this belief for the need to decentralize healthcare that Dr. Karki in 1993 moved to Biratnagar, a southeastern city of Nepal, where he started his private practice. Being able to provide a super-specialty service to a much needed community helped a lot of people in need. What started as a single-bedded clinic turned into a 25-bedded Birat Nursing Home by 1994. Being one of the first private hospitals outside of the city, numerous patients not only benefitted from not having to travel to India or Kathmandu, but our center was able to provide healthcare services for neighboring Indian patients as well.
By year 2000, Birat Nursing Home managed to grow into 50-bedded tertiary care hospital on its own premises where it still stands. It was at this center that Birat hospital has managed to make significant contribution to our people and the country as whole. We became pioneers of utilizing many technological advances, services and techniques that first entered Nepal and are still recognized as the only advanced laparoscopic gynecological surgery center in Nepal.
By year 2004, we understood the need for passing on our vastly accumulated knowledge to the next generation. It was with this vision in mind that we first entered our academic mission by establishing Birat Health College (BHC), a nursing school. Today, Birat Health College has over 900 students enrolled in 11 separate heath allied disciplines. BHC has not only produced thousands of much required health workforce for Nepal but also helped Birat Nursing Home sustain its health workforce requirement and quality.
By year 2011, we were ready to expand on our health care academic mission. It was in this year that we took the Letter of Intent (LOI) to establish a new medical school in Nepal. After being 3 years in the pipeline of constant construction and lobbying, BMC came into existence as the newest medical school in August, 2014 and by November, 2014 we had our first batch of 75 students that are still studying with us. Since then BMC has never stopped expanding neither its health care services nor its academic facilities. By 2015, we established a new stand-alone community-oriented teaching hospital that as of 2018 is a comprehensive 350-bedded tertiary care hospital. Combined we see thousands of patients each day and are well geared towards becoming a prominent medical institute of the future.
Birat Medical College will aspire to be nation’s premier 21st century college of medicine.
BMC will be a national leader in education, research, and patient care recognized for supporting and empowering its students and faculty to realize their passion for discovery, healing, health and life, and for its ability to create partnership to transform medical education, health care and services.
Overall, we share a common vision to work as a team shaping the future of medicine by creating, disseminating and applying new knowledge and by personalizing health care to meet the needs of each individual and community as a whole.
1.To develop humanistic, skilled, intellectually disciplined, and authoritative medical professionals who are committed to the highest ideals and standards of the profession and who model an exceptional standard of care for those they treat, lead, and serve.
2.To educate and inspire the next generation of leaders in health care, biomedical sciences, health services research, and academic medicine to seek, provide and sustain unparalleled achievements in service, teaching, and research.
3.To provide comprehensive, patient-cantered, culturally sensitive, compassionate, and innovative health care of the highest quality to all.
4.To promote sustained, robust professional and personal growth, productivity, accountability, integrity, and synergistic collaboration of faculty, students and staffs.
The objectives of Nepal Medical College are:
1.To establish MCOMS as an institution sensitive to the health needs and expectations of all sections of the people of Nepal
2.To establish MTH as the best women and children friendly hospital
3.To establish adequate research infra-structure – both hospital and community based- for effective practice of evidence based medicine in MTH
4.To establish and maintain strong working relationship with all health care and social welfare organizations in Nepal to optimize mutual institutional support and community benefits
5.To widen further the partnership base and to establish firmly the social commitment of the institution in the provision of health services, alongside excellence in education and research.
Candidates who have completed 17 years of age at the time of their applications and who fulfill the following criteria are eligible to apply for the MBBS programme at KMC.
Completed 10+2 years of education or Intermediate of Science (I.Sc) or equivalent, with English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry as main subjects and having secured not less than 50% marks in the subjects mentioned above put together and an overall aggregate of 50%.
Completed the Bachelor of Science degree (B.Sc) recognised by the University, with one of the following subjects viz. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and at least one other prescribed science subject of study up to the ancillary level and having scored not less than an overall aggregate of 50% marks, provided that such candidates shall have passed the earlier qualifying examination (10+2 or an equivalent examination) with the subjects of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
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one for Basic Sciences and the other for Clinical Sciences. They have adequate number of books as well as many general, scientific and medical journals. Multiple copies of text books, Internet/E-mail connection and photocopying facility make it easier for the students and staff to retrieve the information that they want. The libraries also have self learning areas with videos and CD-ROMs for computer based learning. Additionally, each department has a smaller departmental library.