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 : Institute of Medicine
Fees : For contact to us
Duration : 5 Years.
Application Deadline : 15th October.
MCI Status : Approved
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) was established in 1972 under Tribhuvan University with the mandate and the responsibility of training all the categories of health manpower needed in the country. Within the first decade of its establishment. it developed a total of 12 campuses scattered over the country out of which 3 campuses were in Kathmandu and 9 campuses were outside the Kathmandu Valley.
Institute of Medicine (IOM) was established with the following goals:
- Production of human resources for health services
- Provide health services through its health institutions
- Conduct research in health sciences.
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) was established in 1972 under Tribhuvan University with the mandate and the responsibility of training all the categories of health manpower needed in the country. Within the first decade of its establishment, it developed a total of 12 campuses scattered over the country out of which 3 campuses were in Kathmandu and 9 campuses were outside the Kathmandu Valley.
In the beginning, the importance was given to training of middle level health workers. The programs for this purpose were:
Proficiency Certificate Course in General Medicine
With the passage of time , institutional goals of IOM changed according to the need of health personnel in the country. The new responsibility was to train the human resources of tertiary level health professionals. By 1977, it had started a graduate level of 2-year Bachelor of Nursing Programme in;
This year, a community-oriented integrated MBBS programmes was started with intake of 22 students. Later on, students number were increase to 30 and subsequently to 40.
three hundred-beded TU Teaching Hospital was completed in 1982 with the support from JICA. This hospital provides services to general population and is the center for the teaching/learning and research activities of different programs run by IOM.
At post-graduate level in 1982, three year Postgraduate Generalist Training (Family Physician, MD General Practice) was started with the collaboration with University of Calgary, Canada.
An one-year Postgraduate Diploma in Anesthesiology was started in this year with the support from the University of Calgary, Canada.
Super specialized training started from this year with M Ch Program in surgery in the following field.
Cardiothoracic and Vascular
Now, IOM is running 29 different programs from proficiency certificate level to the highest postgraduate degree in medicine, public health, paramedical, nursing and traditional medicine (Ayurved Science) through 9 campuses scattered all over the country.
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.