-: Comilla Medical College & Hospital :-

The foundation stone of Comilla Medical College was laid by president Zia on 28th November 1979. Only 30 students were admitted in the session 1981-82 but its academic activity stopped in 1982 & students were transferred to different government Medical College. Due to the continuous demand of local people, Bangladesh Medical Association & political leaders, Comilla Medical College Restart it’s function in 1992 based on the infrastructure of Medical Assistant Training School (MATS) & 250 bed Modernized Hospital, Comilla . All facilities of MATS including manpower merged with Medical College. 50 students were admitted in the session 1991-92. The number of students was doubled to 100 from the session 2005-2006 & admitted of students 117 from the session 2011-2012. Now MATS has been shifted to another campus. The new academic building of the college functionally started in the year 2008.

Professor Habibur Rahman Ansary as Principal & nine other teachers started classes of 1st Year MBBS in August 1992 for the first time. Comilla Medical College campus is free of student politics from the very beginning. A non-political congenial educational atmosphere helped in achieving outstanding academic excellences of this college without any session jam. Extra academic, cultural & social welfare activities are performed by “Chatra Kallayan Parishad” governed by the Academic Council.

It is a public institution affiliated by Chittagong University. It is situated in Kuchaitali which is 5 kilometer south east from Comilla town & 100 kilometer south east from capital city Dhaka. H.S.C / A level or equivalent examination passed candidates are selected centrally through a competitive admission test every year conducted by DG Health. Students from foreign countries are also selected for admission in this college from session 2005-2006. Seven Pakistani students, Seven Nepali Students, One Indian Students & 3 Maldives students are in course now. Medium of teaching is English. Total 23 batch of students are admitted of which 17 batches already completed their graduation as MBBS.

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