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Ibrahim Medical College, Affiliated with University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Ibrahim Medical College, Affiliated with University of Dhaka, Top & Best Private Medical College i Heart of Dhaka City. For Admission & Processing of documentation Contact with Fortune Education,Dhaka, Bangladesh Registered Educational Consultants

Ibrahim Medical College

I am grateful to you for the opportunity you have given me to serve you.” National Professor Mohammad Ibrahim Prof. Mohammad Ibrahim’s contribution in the field of medicine in general and diabetes, in particular, has been nothing less than phenomenal. He was a successful physician, a gifted teacher, a talented organizer and a great social reformer. Prof. Ibrahim was the founder of the Diabetic Association of Pakistan and later of Bangladesh. With his initiative Diabetic Association’s small outpatient clinic at Segunbagicha, has grown over the years into the imposing prestigious BIRDEM at Shahbagh, presently designated as a WHO Collaborating Centre on Diabetes, Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders, only of its kind in Asia. BIRDEM’s long journey from Segunbaghicha to Shahbagh is a tale of dedication and devotion of Prof. Md. Ibrahim. He was a great physician. His humility to his patients was genuine. He used to say to his humblest of patients ‘I am grateful to you for the opportunity you have given me to serve you’. Deep empathy and compassion were characteristics of his dealing with his patients, especially those who were poorand in pain. As a teacher, he always laid emphasis on punctuality, discipline, devotion to duty and practice rather than precept. Prof. Ibrahim instilled confidence and trust in his students and helped them to inculcate the habit of deducting reasoning, inquiry and adherence to clinical methods. Prof. Ibrahim was the Chairman of Pakistan Medical Research Council and of Pakistan National Science Council from 1969-1971. He also served as President of Bangladesh Association of Scientists and Scientific Professions, President of Bangladesh College of Physicians & Surgeons and Vice-President of Bangladesh Academy of Sciences. He was Adviser (Minister) of the Ministry of Health and Population Control in the mid-seventies. In 1984, The Government of Bangladesh honoured him by appointing the first National Professor from amongst the physicians. Prof. Ibrahim always believed that an institution achieves its goal and excellence not by bricks and mortars, nor by machines or metals but by their human resources and he spent all his life in developing these human resources. Ibrahim Medical College is yef another Institute of The Diabetic Association of Bangladesh dedicated to his memory and committed to develop the human resources for health of the highest order, true to the ideals of Prof. Ibrahim.

BACKGROUND

Ibrahim Medical College (The Trend Setting Institute) Nation has a commitment to develop an equitable health care system to ensure ‘Health for All’ and sustainable quality of life for the people of Bangladesh. To translate this commitment into a reality we need caring, skilled, confident, devoted and high quality medical professionals. To fulfill this purpose, Ibrahim Medical College (IMC) has established at 1/1, Ibrahim Sarani, Shegunbaghicha in the year 2002 by Bangladesh Diabetic Samity (BADAS) after the name of late national professor Dr. Md. Ibrahim v/ho was a legendry physician, teacher and social reformer. BADAS has established Ibrahim Medical College with a vision to develop it as a ‘trend-setter’ medical institution in terms of high standard of medical education and research. IMC has a large and experienced faculty members with a well equipped college and a multi-disciplinary hospital facility. BIRDEM General Hospital which is a about 700 bed multi-disciplinary hospital complex at Shahbagh is the teaching hospital of IMC. The hospital has been recognized nationally and internationally as a centre of excellence for medical services and research and has been designated as a World Health Organization (WHO) collaborating centre on diabetes and endocrine disorders.

VISION & MISSION

Vision:

  • To be recognized at home and abroad as a leading and trend-setter’ institute of medical education and research

Mission: To achieve and maintain excellence in medical education by

  • Producing graduates with a high level of intellectual inquiry and professionalism
  • Producing competent and committed medical graduates with a strong sense of ethics and commitment to serve the community and humanity
  • Creating future LEADERS of the medical profession

AFFILIATION

  Ibrahim Medical College & BIRDEM General Hospital has been accorded:

  • Permission by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of the Peoples’ Republic of Bangladesh.
  • Affiliation by the University of Dhaka.
  • Recognition by the Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BM & DC).

INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION IMC has been listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED) and Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), which will enable our graduates to appear in USMLE, PLAB, AMC and other entrance examinations abroad.

COLLEGE

The College is now temporarily located at an annex 8-storied building close to its teaching hospital BIRDEM at Shahbagh in central Dhaka. The college is housed in the 3rd to 7th floors of the annex building while its ground, 1st and 2nd floors are reserved for parking. The departments are well furnished, fully air conditioned and adequately equipped to accommodate Class rooms. Dissection hall. Laboratories, Museums & Library. Each department has been provided with computers having internet facilities with access to Hinari, Scanner, OHP and other audiovisual aids. All the lecture rooms are equipped with audiovisual equipments including multimedia set up. The permanent campus of the college is now under construction at Segunbaghicha very close to Shahbagh, the same place where in 1956 the Diabetic Association of Bangladesh was established.

Achievements of IMC

IMC was established to create an environment and culture that is conducive tor achieving excellence in not only academic and research field but also in creativity and innovativeness. Since its inception, the institution has successfully contributed towards excellence in medical education and research. A few of these are mentioned below:

  • IMC started its journey in the year 2002 and will admit the 13th batch in 2014. Since its inception, many students of IMC have secured merit positions and distinctions (honors) in the Professional MBBS examinations under the Dhaka University.
  • Students from IM1 to IM 5 are eligible to pursue higher academic courses. IM 6 and IM7 are undergoing internships. A record number of our students have entered the postgraduate courses, both at home and abroad. Many have already finished their courses.
  • Apart from the academic accomplishments, the students of IMC have already shown their brilliance in extracurricular activities in the national and international arena.
  • They have participated in national debate competitions and secured prizes. IMC students took part in an International Quiz Competition in Physiology held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in the last week of August 2013.
  • IMC is regularly publishing a high-quality IMC Medical Journal for the last 7 years. The journal is indexed in ISBN and is web linked to Bangia Jol (a web-based database for Bangladeshi medical journals).
  • As a part of its commitment towards excellence in research, IMC has established an annual research fund of Taka 2.5 million for its faculty development. Allocation of such a research fund is unique in the country – be it for the private or public medical colleges. So far, eight research projects are ongoing.
  • A successful breakthrough in research is the recent detection of a rare bacterium called Burkholderia pseudomallei in the soil for the first time in Bangladesh by the researchers of the Microbiology Department of IMC.
  • Several faculty members of IMC are the recipients of research grants from within and outside the country. So far it has received research grants from the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh (MOSICT), Bangladesh Medical Research Council (BMRC) and Bangladesh Medical Association of North America.
  • Inter-institutional collaboration: The academic and research activities have led other institutions to establish collaboration with IMC. At present, IMC has consistent research and academic collaboration with Dhaka University, BRAC University and Stamford University.
  • The faculties of IMC are actively involved in collaborative postgraduate studies with other universities of the country. At present several students from Dhaka University, BRAC and Stamford Universities are doing PhD, M. Phil and MSc research work at IMC (DU 1 PhD, 1 MPhil, 1 MSc; BRAC 1 MSc; Stamford 4 MSc).
  • Several faculty members of IMC have been serving as members of ERC and IRB of ICDDR, B and BSMMU respectively.
  • Dr. Shamshad Jahan, Associate Professor of Obs & Gyne was awarded Ekushey Padak & Faizunnessa Chowdhury Award for outstanding contribution in the field of women health care in 2011.

Academic performance of the students

  1. A) Results of the First Professional MBBS Examinations, University of Dhaka
Batch Examination Numbers appeared Numbers Passed % Passed Merit Positions / Honours
 IM-1 First Prof. MBBS Exam of May 2004 (Old Curriculum)  50  42  84 *3 Merit Positions (5th, 7th & 8th) *5 Honours in Anatomy
 IM-2 First Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2005 (New Curriculum)  44  34  77.27 *1 Merit Positions (10th) *19 Honours 6 in Anatomy 10 in Physiology       13 in Biochemistry
 IM-3 First Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2006 (New Curriculum)  48  40  83.33 *17 Honours 14 in Anatomy 14 in Physiology 3 in Biochemistry
 IM-4 First Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2007 (New Curriculum)  64  57  89.06 *26 Honours (5 All subject) 17 in Anatomy 21 in Physiology 6 in Biochemistry
 IM-5 First Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2008 (New Curriculum)  72  64  88.90  
 IM-6 First Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2008 (New Curriculum)  89  77  86.52  *1 Honours in Anatomy
 IM-7 First Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2009 (New Curriculum)  78  72  86.52 2 Merit Positions    (3rd & 6th)
 IM-8 First Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2010 (New Curriculum)  82  72  87.80 3 Merit Positions    (4th, 7th & 8th) 1 Hons in Biochemistry
 IM-9 First Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2011 (New Curriculum)  108  86  79.60 1 Merit Position (10th)
 IM-10 First Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2012 (New Curriculum)  101  82  81.20 1 Honours in Physiology
 IM-11 First Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2013 (New Curriculum)  103  85  82.52 1 Merit Position (9th) 2 Honours in Anatomy
 IM-12 First Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2014 (New Curriculum)  112  99  88.39  
 IM-13 First Prof. MBBS Exam of May 2015 (Curriculum 2012)  105  92  87.62 1 Honours in Physiology
 IM-14 First Prof. MBBS Exam of May 2016 (Curriculum 2012)  105  87  82.86  
 IM-15 First Prof. MBBS Exam of May 2017 (Curriculum 2012)  80  67  83.75 4 Honours 4 in Physiology 1 in Biochemistry
  1. B) i. Results of the Second Professional MBBS (Curriculum 2002)Examinations, University of Dhaka
Batch Examination Numbers appeared Numbers Passed % Passed Merit Position / Honours
 IM-1 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of May 2006 (Old Curriculum)  49  35 71.42 *2 Merit Positions (3rd and 8th) *3 Honours in Pharmacology *1 Honours in forensic Medicine
 IM-2 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2007 (New Curriculum)  44 27 61.30 *1 Merit Position (9th) *23 Honours 17 Honours in Pharmacology 1 Honours in Pathology 14 Honours in Microbiology 16 Honours in Forensic Medicine     1 Honours in Community Medicine
 IM-3 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2008 (New Curriculum)  46  25  54.34  
 IM-4 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2009 (New Curriculum)  64  42  65.62 *1 Merit Position (6th)
 IM-5 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2010 (New Curriculum)  66  33  50.00  
 IM-6 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2010 (New Curriculum)  119  87  73.11 *1 Merit Position (1st) *2 Honours in Microbiology
 IM-7 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2011 (New Curriculum)  82  53  64.60 *3 Honours 2 Honours in Pharmacology 1 Honours in Microbiology
 IM-8 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2012 (New Curriculum)  76  53  69.70 *4 Honours 3 Honours in Pharmacology 1 Honours in Microbiology
 IM-9 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2013 (New Curriculum)  99  73  73.74 *1 Honours in Pharmacology
 IM-10 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2014 (New Curriculum)  111  69  62.16 *6 Honours 2 Honours in Pharmacology 6 Honours in Microbiology
 IM-11 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2015 (New Curriculum)  100  80  80.00 *2 Merit Position (8th & 9th) *7 Honours 1 Honours in Pharmacology 7 Honours in Microbiology
 IM-12 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2016 (New Curriculum)  108  81  75.00  *2 Honours 7 Honours in Microbiology
  1. Results of the Second Professional MBBS (Curriculum 2012)Examinations, University of Dhaka
Batch Examination Numbers appeared Numbers Passed % Passed Merit Position / Honours
 IM-13 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of May 2016 (Curriculum 2016)  105  88 83.91  
 IM-14 Second Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2017 (Curriculum 2012)  100 96 96.00  
  1. C) Results of the Third Professional MBBS (Curriculum 2012) Examinations, University of Dhaka
Batch Examination Numbers appeared Numbers Passed % Passed Merit Position / Honours
 IM-13 Third Prof. MBBS Exam of May 2017 (Curriculum 2016)  84  72 85.71 *7 Honours 2 Honours in Pharmacology 7 Honours in Microbiology
  1. D) Results of the Final Professional MBBS Examinations, University of Dhaka
Batch Examination Numbers appeared Numbers Passed % Passed Merit Position / Honours
 IM-1 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of May 2007 (Old Curriculum)  45  32 71.00  
 IM-2 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2008 (New Curriculum)  42 34 80.95  
 IM-3 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2009 (New Curriculum)  38  32  84.21  
 IM-4 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of July 2010 (New Curriculum)  58  50  86.21  
 IM-5 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2011 (New Curriculum)  69  52  75.40  
 IM-6 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2012 (New Curriculum)  106  66  62.00  
 IM-7 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2013 (New Curriculum)  85  64  75.29  
 IM-8 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2014 (New Curriculum)  78  60  76.92  
 IM-9 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2015 (New Curriculum)  97  74  76.29  
 IM-10 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2016 (New Curriculum)  111  75  68.00  
 IM-11 Final Prof. MBBS Exam of January 2017 (New Curriculum)  102  71  69.61  

ACTIVITIES

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE IN THE COLLEGE 1. Monthly Seminar for teachers. 2. Publication of bi-annual journal. 3. Institutional Research Grant for teachers. 4. Yearly publication of souvenir 5. Debating Society. 6. Photographic Society. 7. Health Camp by teachers and students. 8. Annual Cultural and Entertainment Programs. 9. Observation of National and religious events. 10. Relief and social service during a national disaster (flood, cyclone, severe v/inter).

ELIGIBILITY OF CANDIDATE

ELIGIBILITY Students must qualify the MBBS admission test conducted by the Director General of Health Services (DGHS). SELECTION Eligible candidates need to apply in the prescribed form available from the Principal’s Office of Ibrahim Medical College. The merit position of all applicants will be prepared and the top listed candidates will be selected. The full merit list will be posted in the Noticeboard and our College website. PROSPECTUS & APPLICATION FORMS Dates of availability are advertised in national dailies and posted on our website

FREE STUDENTSHIP

FREE STUDENTSHIP The free studentship is provided to 5% of the total admitted students. Those who want to avail this opportunity need to apply in a separate application form available in the Principal’s office.

Fees for MBBS

EXPENSE OF THE STUDY Development, Tuition and other fees payable at the time of admission has been fixed at taka Fifteen lacs and seventy thousand only. All payments are to be made in full at the time of admission. Monthly tuition fees have been fixed at Tk seven thousand only. Tuition fees for one month shall be payable at the time of admission. Subsequently, tuition fees are payable on a monthly basis. But one can pay in advance for any number of months. Students who fail to pass their final professional examination will not have to pay the prescribed tuition fees for the period beyond five years. Except for University fees (payable to Dhaka University), no other fees in whatever form will be claimed by the College.

Fees for BDS course

EXPENSE OF THE STUDY Development, Tuition and other fees payable at the time of admission have been fixed at taka Six lacs. All payments are to be made in full at the time of admission. Monthly tuition fees have been fixed at Tk five thousand only. Tuition fees for one month shall be payable at the time of admission. Subsequently, tuition fees are payable on a monthly basis. But one can pay in advance for any number of months. Students who fail to pass their final professional examination will not have to pay the prescribed tuition fees for the period beyond four years. Except for University fees (payable to Dhaka University), no other fees in whatever form will be claimed by the College.

FOREIGN STUDENT ADMISSION

Admission policy for foreign students is made by the Government of Bangladesh. You must have a non- Bangladeshi passport. Fees are determined by individual colleges. Ibrahim Medical College (IMC)  perhaps has the lowest fee structure for the foreign students amongst the private ones (only 0.35 times that of a Bangladeshi student) and we do not entertain agents or give commission to any third party. We do have excellent hostel accommodation facilities for female students. Male students also may have accommodation but there could be a waiting time. The following needs to be done before we can admit any foreign student:

  1. a)  Get your O and A level or equivalent certificates attested by your foreign ministry.
  2. b)  Get an application form from the Bangladesh Embassy in your country. This will be available  from September onwards. The earlier you do this, the better are your chances. Fill it up and  mention Ibrahim Medical College if you are interested in our college. Submit the same to  Bangladesh Embassy with a demand draft (DD) of US $ 60 (sixty) or Taka 5000 (five thousand)  only made payable to Director, Medical Education & HMPD, DGHS, Mohakhali, Dhaka.
  3. c)  Fill up a Foreign Students’ application form of IMC on payment of Taka 1000 (one thousand)  only. This is available at the Principal’s office and will enable us to know that you have shown  interest in our College. Photocopies of your passport and O/A level or equivalent certificates will  be required.
  4. d)  The application form submitted in the Embassy should reach our Foreign Embassy and they will  send it to DGHS (Director General of Health Services) for ‘equivalence’ of your marks (for which  you have paid US $ 60) and determine if you are eligible for admission. If found eligible, they will  send it to IMC.  Only then, we can consider your application and select the better ones. Who  knows, you may always stand a chance.
  5. e)  If admitted, by last year’s (2013) rate, you need to pay a one-time fee of US $ 24,250 (twenty four thousand two hundred fifty) and a monthly fee of US $ 250 (two hundred fifty) only till you are allowed to take the Final Professional Exam which is 60 months. It is unlikely that fees will be raised this year (2014) and admission fees are never increased in five years. Currently one US $ = Taka 78 (Aug 2013). Failure in exams may cause delay, in which case you need to pay monthly fees till you are allowed to take the Final Exams in year five. Once allowed, irrespective of your exam results, you need not pay any further monthly fees. There is absolutely no additional or hidden cost and you will be asked to pay for the four University Exam fees only which are nominal and paid to the Dhaka University and not IMC.
  6. f)  Hostel accommodation cost is the same as Bangladeshi students.
  7. g)  If you need to know more, e-mail to the Principal directly.

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