Central Medical College
Central Medical College: Estd. 2005, Total Fees- 39000$
Approved by: BMDC, NMC/MCI, WHO
Central Medical College (CMC) is a private Medical College located Cumilla in Bangladesh; Central Medical College was established in 2005. The main campus is located beside the Dhaka–Chittagong Highway at Padua Bazar, Bishaw Road in Cumilla Sadar Dakshin Upazila, in the Cumilla District of Chittagong Division. It is affiliated with the Chittagong Medical University, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (Bangladesh), and Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council.
We heartily thank the Ministry of Health & Family welfare for giving our Central Medical College Final approval to commence academic activities from the session 2004-2005. We pray to Allah, the Almighty for its success.
Central Medical College – CeMec, was established to respond to global changes happening in medical education and Technology and bring positive changes in the present deterioration health care delivery system. The ultimate goal is to make our population a healthy and productive force. A good number of brilliant and promising students fail to get a chance in medical colleges due to the limitation of seats in Gov’t Medical Colleges. This institute will help those students to avail opportunities.
- It offers a five-year course of study leading to a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree. A one-year or two-year internship after graduation is compulsory for all graduates. The degree is recognized by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council.
- This program will give a good profile of the student in the technical field by providing an opportunity for the better performance in Medical Education in a separate cell in each Department with good facilities for medical graduates who can give more time in this field.
- In this college, the students are valued and we will assist, support and advice every student with proper counseling, and guidance to solve their academic problems. All efforts are being made to attract the students to their places for learning and modern teaching methods will be extensively used by the teachers for imparting lessons.