Gonoshasthaya Samajvittik Medical College has four big academic hospital of its own for the students to be familiar with the health problems of poor people living in urban and rural areas. The hospitals are – the first one at Savar, second one at Dhanmondi,third one at Gazipur,and the fourth one has recently started its operation in Pabna at kashinathpur. Another high quality hospital in Gaibandha has been established. More over 17 primary heath centres are situated in different places of Bangladesh.
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 that Gonoshasthaya 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 has had far-reaching effect. Moreover, by bringing into effect a system of health insurance, protection of women's right, preservation of folk culture and art, and by playing a leading role in the formulation of Bangladesh National Drug Policy, the GK has benefited the country in many ways. GK continually revisits its approaches to ensure its effectiveness as a catalyst for positive change. No wonder these services have been recognized by all concerned and GK was honoured with many awards, such as - The Independence Day Award in 1978, Magsaysay Award in 1985 and in 1992 Right Livelihood Award from Swedish Parliament. With the same dedicated spirit and vision Gono Bishwabidyalay was established by GK on 14 July, 1998.
It admits 150 students every year to a five-year course of study leading to a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree.A one-year internship after graduation is compulsory for all graduates. GB inherited a library from GK which is now in the forth floor covering 4,224 square feet. It is two hundred seated and fully air conditioned.Along with the main library there is a documentation room having 78 valuable documents on medical related field. These documents are helpful for research. There are six English and Bengali dailies and weekly magazines for the readers.At present it has about 20,000 books.
A well equipped language laboratory is established for this purpose which is by the first among the private and public universities of Bangladesh. Students must be able to communicate in both English and Bangla and they must pass these subjects in the semester final examination.
Shomaj Bhittik Medical College Fees Structure
|Courses||Duration||Total Fee||1st year Fee||Hostel|
|MBBS||4 1/2 years + 1 Year Internship Program||Approx Rs 28,31,458 / USD 39,500||Approx Rs 12,18,378 / USD 17,000||Included|