B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences
 Introduction

B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences (BPKIHS) was established on Jan 18, 1993 and subsequently upgraded as an autonomous Health Sciences University on Oct 28, 1998 with a mandate to work towards developing socially responsible and competent health workforce, providing health care & involving in innovative health research. The Institute, located in Eastern Nepal, has extended its continued health services through teaching district concept to Primary Health Care Centers, District Hospitals and Zonal Hospitals in different districts of the region. This University is aptly named after Bisheshwar Prasad Koirala, Nepal's visionary leader in social uplifting, firm believer of national integration.
This Institute is envisaged as one of the successful examples of Nepal-India co-operation. The Health Ministers of the two countries signed the Indo-Nepal agreement for establishment of BPKIHS on the Hindu auspicious day of Mahashivaratri (Mar 10, 1994).
BPKIHS has a vision of a self-governing, self-reliant international Health Sciences University attracting students and teachers from all over the world to its constantly innovative educational programs. BPKIHS has also been envisioned by the Nepali Parliament as a centre of national importance to produce skilled health workforce to meet the country's need and also to function as a centre of excellence in the field of tropical and infectious diseases. Its best example is the ongoing Kala-azar Project in collaboration with international bodies. BPKIHS has postgraduate, undergraduate, and university certificate programs and from this year starting Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) program. It has four colleges: Medical, Dental, Nursing, and Public Health with a 700-bedded Central Teaching Hospital. The medical college has well-established major clinical and basic science departments.
Postgraduate programs (MD, MS, and MSc) were started in 1999. All the MD, MS, MDS, MSc and MPH degrees awarded by BPKIHS are recognized by Nepal Medical Council and respective councils of Nepal. The MD/MS degrees (anesthesiology, clinical pharmacology & therapeutics, dermatovenerology, ENT, internal medicine, orthopedics, pediatrics, psychiatry, radiodiagnosis, and surgery) are recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI). Similarly, there is continued effort for getting MCI recognition of other disciplines as well. While selecting candidates for MD/MS/MDS postgraduate studies, the institute has given due recognition to the medical graduates who have served in the primary health centers and /or district hospitals.
The School of Public Health was established in 2005, and it runs a two-year MPH program. The MSc Nursing Program (in Community and Psychiatry Nursing) was started in 2008. Medical Councils of Nepal, India and Sri-Lanka have recognized the MBBS program since its inception in 1994. It is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools published by the WHO.
The Institute started BDS program in 1999, which is recognized by the Nepal Medical Council. Our BDS graduates are allowed to sit for Dental Council of India screening test to pursue MDS courses in India. The duration of both BDS and MBBS is 4½ years followed by a one-year of Compulsory Community Oriented Residential Rotating Internship, which is mandatory to be completed in BPKIHS Central Teaching Hospital and its Teaching District Hospitals. This feature is new and unique in this part of the world and has been commended around the globe.
B.Sc. Nursing and University Certificate Nursing (staff nurse) programs are well recognized and the alumni sought after within and outside the country. Nepal Nursing Council recognizes all the nursing degrees. There are separate college complexes for all constituent colleges in the BPKIHS campus.
Nepal Health Professional Council recognizes the health science courses allied to medicine. In addition, BPKIHS organizes short-term academic programs/refresher courses for national and international students, doctors and faculty members. Continuing medical education on various aspects of health is a culture at BPKIHS.
This University aims at becoming center of excellence in patient care, teaching, and health sector research. It is following an integrated and holistic model in academics and services. The institute is committed to its social responsibility and accountability. The institute has provisions for admission to different underprivileged groups/sections of the society in different academic programs.
The Institute has innovative approach of community-based training of students, and providing services to the local people through the concept of Teaching District Hospitals (learning by doing at community level). Accordingly, students of various programs visit and/or are posted to the health institutions under faculty/specialist supervision where on one hand they get opportunity to learn in the community set-up; and on the other hand, the local health institutions get regular qualified health workforce to provide the quality services by a BPKIHS team of faculty/specialist and interns. The institute has given special attention to uplifting rural women from the marginalized communities.

Structure of the Entrance Examination
Admission either in HSTFS or FTFS seats will be based entirely on merit as judged through Entrance Examination comprising of multiple choice questions in Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English, General Knowledge and Aptitude for the specialty.
The Entrance Examination will be of 3½ hours duration and will have one paper consisting of 200 objective- type questions. The language of the question paper will be English. The distribution of marks will be as follows:
10+2/I. Sc. (Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English) - 100(25 marks from each subject)Health/Laboratory Sciences - 100
 Entrance examination will be common for candidates with science and Medical Laboratory Science background. The general standard of the Entrance examination will be that of the Intermediate Science, 12th class under the 10+2 system or an equivalent examination of Higher Secondary Council. No syllabus for the examination has been specifically prescribed by BPKIHS.

M.B.B.S. (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery)
Phase – I : First year:
i) Integrated Basic Medical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology)
ii) Community Medicine.
iii) Clinical orientation (History taking/Communication skill)
Second year:
i) Integrated Basic Medical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology).
ii) Clinical Orientation (clinical examination skills)
Phase – II : Third year:
i) Community Medicine (Applied Epidemiology, Family Health Exercise)
ii) Forensic Medicine.
iii) Clinical Disciplines: Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Gynecology/ Obstetricsiv) Clinical trainging at Teaching Hospital.
Phase – III : Fourth year:
i) Clinical Disciplines: Psychiatry, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, ENT, Orthopedics, Radiology, Anesthesiology, Dentistry, Accident & Emergency Medicine
ii) Community Medicine (Community and Clinical Experience and field management)
iii) Clinical training at Teaching Hospital.
Fifth year: Clinical Rotation in major subjects with case presentation and seminar.

EVALUATION:The University examinations are held at the end of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and final year.
1st year :
i) Integrated Basic Medical Sciences.
ii) Community Medicine.
2nd year :
i) Integrated Basic Medical Sciences.
3rd year :
i) Forensic Medicine
ii) Community Medicine
Final year :
i) All the clinical subjects
ii) Community Medicine
Internship:A student after passing the final MBBS Examination has to undertake compulsory rotating internship of one year (at the Teaching Hospital of this medical college) for which he/she must get registered provisionally with Nepal Medical Council. On completion of internship he/she will be given full registration by Medical Council as per its rule and regulation for practicing allopathic system of medicine.

Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Medicine is a multidisciplinary faculty fulfilling the mission of medical education, hospital services and research interests that span the translational spectrum; basic subjects to their clinical and social implications.
It comprises of both undergraduate and postgraduate (MD/MS/MSc/MPhil and PhD) programmes in various basic to clinical specialties.
Every year around 180 UG & PG candidates are taken into our programmes and provided with necessary knowledge, skills and adequate exposure to make a difference in whatever they do; undertake basic or clinical education, patient centred care or research in future, making them the health care persons our nation needs. Various departments under the faculty of medicine are as follows:
Departments
  • Anaesthesiology and Critical Care
  • Anatomy
  • Biochemistry
  • Dermatology and Venereology
  • General Practice and EmergencyMedicine
  • Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Health Professions Education
  • Internal Medicine
  • Microbiology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Orthopaedics
  • Otolaryngology & HNS
  • Pediatrics and Adolescents Medicine
  • Pathology
  • Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  • Basic and Clinical Physiology
  • Psychiatry
  • Radiodiagnosis and Imaging
  • Surgery

    Faculty of Dental
    Surgery
College of Dental Surgery, BPKIHS has come into existence on August 1999 as a pioneer of Dental Education in Nepal. The College is committed to contribute towards providing dental surgeons who are knowledgeable, skilled and compassionate, and at the same time equipped with leadership and teaching abilities. This College is also providing quality oral health service to the people of Nepal considering health statistics and national health policy of Nepal. The College was started at previously existed old buildings located at south point of campus with 74 dental chairs with all minimum requirements. The College shifted to its new building on 7th February 2004. Area allotted for the College is 6.77 hectares and total build up area is 120000 Sq. ft. The building has all infrastructures which are required for smooth functioning of a dental college and hospital. We believe this hospital is a model dental college and hospital of this country. At present the college has 131 dental chairs with all other major equipments like OPG, RVG, IOPA, Phantom heads, Central Air Compressors, LP Gas supply unit etc.
Departments
  • Oral Pathology
  • Conservative Dentistry
  • Periodontics
  • Community Dentistry
  • Orthodontics
  • Pedodontics & Preventive Dentistry
  • Prosthodontics
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Oral Medicine & Radiology

FEES AND EXPENSES
Each candidate selected for admission shall have to pay the following fees and dues immediately after the announcement of the list of selected candidates, and after they are declared medically fit by the Medical Board, failing which his/her admission shall be cancelled and the candidate on the waiting list shall be admitted in his/her place in the respective programs.
(a) Under Heavily Subsidized Tuition Fee Scheme (HSTFS) MBBS Program BDS Program
1. Admission fee( in Rs.) :
First year : 10,000/- 10,000/-
Second year : 10,000/- 10,000/-
Third year : 10,000/- 10,000 /-
Fourth year : 10,000/- 10,000/-
Fifth year : 5,000/- 5,000/-

2. Library Fee : 4,500/- per year 
3. Laboratory Fee : 4,500/- per year 
4. Student welfare fund
(Identity Card, Games Fee) : 4,000/- per year 
5. Tuition Fee : 5,400/- per month 
6. Hostel Fee : 1,500/- per month 
7. Hostel maintenance Fee : 4,000/- per year 
8. a. Annual Examination Fee : 4,500/- per year 
b. Supplementary Examination Fee: 4,500/- (if applicable)
9. Field Program Fee : 6,000/- per year 
10. Deposit (Refundable) : 15,000/- (one time) 
(for library, laboratory and telephone, etc.)
11. Health Insurance Premium* : 1,000/- per year 
12. Nepal Medical Council Fee : 3,000/- (one time)
* Premium depends on the policy chosen for this purpose.
(b) Under Partially Subsidized Tuition Fee Scheme (PSTFS)
Candidates selected under this scheme should pay tuition fees Rs 26,40,000/- in MBBS course.

MBBS Program 

First Year Rs. 12 Lakhs 
Second Year Rs. 7.2 Lakhs
Third Year Rs. 4.8 Lakhs 
Fourth Year Rs. 1.2 Lakhs 
Fifth Year Rs. 1.2 LakhsTotal:  Rs. 26.4 Lakhs 
The first year tuition fee should be paid at the time of admission and others should be paid annually. All other fees and charges will remain same as specified above under heavily subsidized tuition fee scheme (HSTFS). The date of payment of fees is fixed. No extension in the date is allowed.
(c) Under Full Tuition Fee Scheme (FTFS-only for SAARC/Non-SAARC students):

i. Tuition Fee:
The total tuition fees for the course period for candidate from the SAARC countries (Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Nepal) for MBBS program is US $ 71,500. Likewise, tuition fee for Non-SAARC candidates for MBBS program is US $ 82,500 . The fees should be paid annually as follows:
SAARC Countries (FTFS): MBBS Program 
First Year US $ 22,000 
Second Year US $ 16,500 
Third Year US $ 16,500
Fourth Year US $ 11,000 
Fifth Year US $ 5,500 
US $ 71,500 US $. 33,000

Non-SAARC Countries (FTFS)
First Year US $ 27,500 
Second Year US $ 22,000 
Third Year US $ 16,500 
Fourth Year US $ 11,00
Fifth Year US $ 5,500 
US $ 82,500 
Note : Tuition Fees for the Nepalese students if admitted under non-SAARC seats will be 10% less than the other nationals.

ii. Other Fees: MBBS Program 
1. Admission fee

First year : US $ 150 
Second year : US $ 150 
Third year : US $ 150 
Fourth year : US $ 115 
Fifth year : US $ 60 

2. Library Fee : US $ 60 per year 
3. Laboratory Fee : US $ 60 per year
4. Student welfare fund : US $ 60per year 
(Identity Card, Games Fee)
5. Hostel Fee : US $ 250 per year 
6. Hostel maintenance Fee : US $ 60 per year 
7. a. Annual Examination Fee : US $ 60 per year 
b. Supplementary Examination Fee: US $ 60 
(if applicable)
8. Field Program Fee : US $ 100 per year 
9. Deposit (Refundable) : US $ 500(one time) 
10. Health Insurance Premium*: US $10 per year 
(approx.) (approx.)
11. Nepal Medical Council Fee : US $ 50 (one time) 

Hospital Services
 UNIVERSAL COLLEGE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES NEPAL.
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Thank you for your interest in the Universal College of Medical Sciences & Teaching Hospital. You will find that our excellent facilities and renowned faculty combine to make our Medical College one that provides outstanding opportunities for graduate medical studies. Our curriculum reflects our commitment to prepare medical students who will be caring doctors, sensitive to the humanistic as well as the scientific aspects of health care. When students leave our Institution, they leave with a particularly enriched educational experience. 
We are extremely proud of our college, the teaching hospital, the faculty and also the international medical experts who honor the Board of Advisors. If this publication leaves any questions unanswered, please contact us. 

Facilities                                 
The Universal College of Medical Sciences, Nepal, is the largest single-campus Medical College in the country. Its superior physical facilities, methods of operation and collaborative agreements with the International Medical Institutions,  makes it a Campus that few others can match.

The Universal Campus
The Universal Campus is situated in a vast 120 acres green field land. The facilities that the Management has provided includes ultra modern and fully equipped Laboratories, dedicated Classrooms, modern fully-supervised Library, renowned Faculty from India, Nepal and USA, recreational facilities including Health Club, TV and Sports Club, Computer Suites with access to E –mail, Internet and other software, separate Hostel facilities for boys and girls with 24 hours Security and superb Canteen serving homely food.  

Academic Facilities
The Medical College conducting the MBBS  and BDS courses has Lecture rooms, Laboratories and Departments as well as cadaver space. The Departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology and Community Medicine have been housed to provide the first two years’ basic preclinical training for the students.   
UCMS Teaching HospitalThe UCMS Teaching Hospital with various departments and specializations shall exclusively be utilized by the students in connection with their clinical studies for the MBBS & BDS programs.

ADDITIONAL FACILITIES
1. Lumbini Zonal HospitalLumbini Zonal Hospital is 100 years old Government Hospital situated at Butwal. It is 136 beds Multi Specialty Hospital and provides services through various departments like Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics, Obs / Gyne, Orthopaedics, Psychiatry, ENT etc. The occupancy rate of Lumbini Zonal Hospital is 80% on an average.
UCMS has signed a long term contract with Lumbini Zonal Hospital and students are posted there for clinical teaching and learning. Here they obtain a chance to witness postmortem and also get excellent exposure to various clinical materials.
2. Rana Ambika Shah Eye HospitalThis Hospital is 25 years old, situated at Bhairahawa which has 175 in patients and around 600 out patients everyday. It is one of the best Eye Hospital situated in this region. Our final year students are posted there for training in Ophthalmology. Students benefit immensely by seeing various cases in Rana Ambika Eye Hospital.

Collaboration with the American University

For the purpose of upgrading the quality of education to international standards, it is proposed to have a collaborative arrangement with a prominent University in the United States of America which would include student exchange and faculty exchange programs. Negotiations are under process for finalizing the collaborative program.  

Board of Advisors
A team of senior medical experts from different parts of the world have already honoured the Advisory Board of the College, who will advise the management in maintaining the standards of Medical Education in improving Hospital Facilities from time to time. The College will be inviting its advisors to visit the UCMS Campus every year so as to incorporate their suggestions for improving facilities and rectifying the shortfalls.  

Medical conferences & seminars
UCMS is sponsoring its faculty for CME, and international medical conferences which definitely would benefit the students. The College will be organizing International Medical Conferences  and Seminars in Nepal for the benefit of its students, where senior medical experts from different parts of the world would participate.  

Separate Hostel Facilities
UCMS provides separate hostel facilities for boys and girls under the control of experienced wardens. Both the hostels are situated within the UCMS Campus itself. The management has provided 24 hours security as well as all communication facilities including telephones, fax and E-mail. Air cooling and heating arrangements have also been provided in the hostels.

Canteen
A highly hygienic and well equipped canteen is functioning in the campus where homely food is served to match the tastes of students hailing from different regions and countries.  

Physical Education Center
A fully equipped Health Club is operational in the Universal Campus. In addition to that a playground has been provided in the campus for sports like Football, Volley ball, Basket ball, Cricket, and also for indoor games including Table Tennis.
 
Travel Assistant
The Kathmandu office of the  College will directly supervise  the incoming and outgoing trips of the students including Airport transits. The Administrative office in the campus will assist the students and also their visitors for making advance travel arrangements. The College’s own vehicles will take care of the transportation of the students from the Airport to the Campus.  

Campus Transportation
The College has its own fleet of vehicles that will commute between the medical college, hospitals and hostels.  

USMLE   
The College would be training and preparing its students for the United States Medical Licensure Examination (USMLE).

Scolarship & Financial AID
For the brilliant and meritorious Universal students, the College proposes an Integrated Scholarship and Financial Aid Program for their higher studies in different areas of specialization.

Campus Security
The College with the help of an experienced and internationally reputed Security Agency in co-ordination with local Police Authorities,  effectively supervises the Universal Campus security requirements. Students’ movement will be under the strict control of the college authorities. Guests of students will be allowed to meet them only during visiting hours with prior written permission from the appointed authorities.

MBBS Program
THE BACHELOR OF MEDICINE & BACHELOR OF SURGERY
The Undergraduate Medical Program, MBBS, of the Universal College of Medical Sciences, Nepal, admits 100 students in each academic year. The MBBS batch commences every year, from the month of November, into the four and half years’ course of study, divided into three phases; in addition to a year of compulsory rotating internship. Thus the total duration of the program is five and half years. The Medical Education is based on community orientation, integration and problem solving. The Curriculum thus reflects an innovation in undergraduate Medical Education. Early exposure of learners to Community Medicine and Bedside clinical teaching, not only helps learners realise the importance of the course of study, but also enables them to become motivated towards self learning. Placement in the community surroundings that are located in the mountains, the hills and the plains of Nepal, gives ample opportunities to learners to get accustomed to the reality that exists in the community and prevents them from the reality shock, on being posted to the real life situation after graduation.

Post Graduate Programs
UCMS would be commencing all Post Graduate Degree and Diploma Programs in different specializations of Medical Education commencing from April 2009 onwards. 

PG ProgramsTribhuvan University Institute of  Medicine has permitted us to commence the following PG Programs from 2009 onwards :
1. MD Paediatrics
2. MD Radiology
3. MD Anaesthesia
4. MD Pathology
5. MS Gen. Surgery
6. MS Orthopedics
7. MD Psychiatry
8. MS Clinical Anatomy

In addition to the above the following departments have got permission from 2010 onwards.
1. MD Int Medicine
2. MD Dermatology
3. MS ENT
4. MD Ophthalmology
5. MD Gynaecology
6. MD Microbiology

MDS (Master of Dental Surgery) Programs from 2011 onwards.
1. MDS Oral Surgery
2. MDS Periodontics
3. MDS Conservative
4. MDS Orthodontics
5. MDS Prosthodontic

Contact Mr, Chandan Singh
093308332802.
Nepal no.009779725161755.

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 National Medical College,BIRGUNJ NEPAL
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M.B.B.S.
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of SurgeryThe Curriculum Development and Monitoring Committee of National Medical College has drawn the detail program outline for the MBBS course in strict adherence to the curriculum of Tribhuban University and the requirements of Nepal Medical Council. 
M.D. M.S.
POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL PROGRAMME
The National Medical College offers Postgraduate Medical Courses (M.D./M.S.) in almost all the clinical and pre-clinical subjects.
The course outline for the Postgraduate programs in various subjects is strictly based on the curriculum of Tribhuban University.

NURSING PROGRAMME
National Medical College runs various nursing programs at the Nursing Campus located in the main campus. The nursing campus as a multistoried academic building and a separate library building. The academic building houses rooms for the faculty members, offices and lecture theatres.

Dr. Jainuddin Ansari
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Introduction

National Medical College was established in the year 2001, promoted by the “National Medical College Company Pvt. Ltd.” under the Chairmanship of Dr. Jainuddin Ansari, an outstanding surgeon who has earned national and international credentials for the promotion of Medico-Social services. National Medical College is one of the best medical colleges in Nepal, in fact the number one among all medical colleges in terms of infrastructure, academic facilities and modern sophisticated medical equipments.

M.B.B.S. (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery)

The Curriculum Development and Monitoring Committee of National Medical College has drawn the detail program outline for the MBBS course in strict adherence to the curriculum of Tribhuban University and the requirements of Nepal Medical Council. The Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery program runs over a total period of five and a half years (four and a half years followed by a compulsory rotating internship of one year). Integrated teaching, problem-based and community oriented and community based learning are the key features of the core curriculum for the MBBS program.
The phasing of the core curriculum of MBBS program is well designed to facilitate the systematic teaching and learning process.

Phase – I : First year:
i) Integrated Basic Medical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology)
ii) Community Medicine.
iii) Clinical orientation (History taking/Communication skill)

Second year:
i) Integrated Basic Medical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology).
ii) Clinical Orientation (clinical examination skills)

Phase – II :
Third year:
i) Community Medicine (Applied Epidemiology, Family Health Exercise)
ii) Forensic Medicine.
iii) Clinical Disciplines: Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Gynecology/ Obstetrics
iv) Clinical trainging at Teaching Hospital.

Phase – III :
Fourth year:
i) Clinical Disciplines: Psychiatry, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, ENT, Orthopedics, Radiology, Anesthesiology, Dentistry, Accident & Emergency Medicine
ii) Community Medicine (Community and Clinical Experience and field management)
iii) Clinical training at Teaching Hospital.

Fifth year:
Clinical Rotation in major subjects with case presentation and seminar.


EVALUATION:
The University examinations are held at the end of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and final year.

1st year :
i) Integrated Basic Medical Sciences.
ii) Community Medicine.

2nd year :
i) Integrated Basic Medical Sciences.

3rd year :
i) Forensic Medicine
ii) Community Medicine

Final year :
i) All the clinical subjects
ii) Community Medicine

Internship:
A student after passing the final MBBS Examination has to undertake compulsory rotating internship of one year (at the Teaching Hospital of this medical college) for which he/she must get registered provisionally with Nepal Medical Council. On completion of internship he/she will be given full registration by Medical Council as per its rule and regulation for practicing allopathic system of medicine.

POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL PROGRAMME (M.D./M.S.)
The National Medical College offers Postgraduate Medical Courses (M.D./M.S.) in almost all the clinical and pre-clinical subjects. The course outline for the Postgraduate programs in various subjects is strictly based on the curriculum of Tribhuban University. Our Postgraduate degrees have wide recognition and acceptance which are highly valued for employment in medical institutions across the globe.

MISSION & GOAL
National Medical College, affiliated with the world renowned Tribhuban University, Kathmandu, Nepal and recognized by Nepal Medical Council, is an international institution for Medical Education. The college aims to produce the most competent and knowledgeable medical doctors and Para-medicals for meeting the growing demands of technical manpower of the country in particular and of the “Global Village” in general. In addition, the college has also in its mission to perform scientific research and provide with quality health services to the sick and the needy. Thus human resource development is its first and foremost objective.

The College is committed to obtain the highest academic place among all the medical colleges in the country by enriching the inquisitive minds of its students with the latest research findings and most up-to-date and advanced scientific knowledge and information on the Medical & Nursing subjects. The college has in its mind to leave no stone unturned in making itself one of the finest and the most advanced medical colleges of the world.The College not only equips its students with adequate latest medical and scientific skills and know-how on the subject for performing successfully their duties but also has its mission to nourish and nurture its students in such a way that they always remain benevolent, compassionate and sympathetic to their patients while performing their professional duties, “the Messiahas for the sick and the needy”.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES
National Medical College is an International Medical College; which aims to produce most competent and knowledgeable medical doctors for meeting the growing demands of medical manpower of this country Nepal in particular and of the "Global ViIlage" in general. ln addition, the college has also in its mission to perform scientific research and provide vvith quality health services to the sick and the needy. Thus competent, qualified medical human resource development is its first and foremost objective.The college is committed to obtain the highest academic place among all the medical colleges in the country Nepal by enriching the inquisitive minds of its students with the latest research findings and most up-to date and advanced scientific medical knowledge and information on the subject. The college has in its mind to leave no stone unturned in making itself one of the finest and the most advanced medical colleges of the world.In addition not only equipping its students with adequate latest medical and scientific skills and know how on the subject for performing successfully their duties, the college also has its mission to nourish and nurture its students in such a way that they always remain benevolent compassionate and sympathetic while performing their professional duties the Messiahs for the sick and the needy.With these aims and objectives in view, the college has been established in accordance with the international standard set for medical education by The WorId Federation of Medical Education and in accordance with the norms set by the Nepal Medical Council, the Medical Council of India and the Medical Council of other developed Countries. The Degree of the college has wide recognition and acceptance which the college believes will be highly valued by employers and Medical lnstitutions, the details of which has been given under the heading "Linkage Scenario".

LOCATION
National Medical College is situated at the South-eastern Sub-metropolitan city of Birgunj, the commercial Capital of Nepal, along the Indo-Nepal border. The college campus is only 3 kms away from the Indian border town of Raxaul (in Bihar State) which is well connected with most major cities and towns of India by road and railway. Birgunj has good road linkage with most cities and towns of Nepal. It is a matter of just 15 minutes flight to Kathmandu, the national capital.The entire establishment of National Medical College, viz, Pre-clinical and clinical departments, Teaching hospital, School of Nursing, Students hostels, Quarters for faculties and other staff, Library, etc., all are located within one single campus spread over a fairly large track of about 40 acres of land. This is the unique advantage of this college as compared to many other Medical College in Nepal, which facilitates the teaching staff and students for better understanding with each other & work together for a better academic environment.The National Medical College Campus is located at the outskirt of Birgunj city in a peaceful and pollution free environment. There is round o’clock local transport facilities available between the college campus and the markets and other utility places in the city.Birgunj is a multi-cultural and multi-lingual city where Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists and other ethnic communities live together in peace and harmony. The commonly spoken languages include Nepali, Bhojpuri, Hindi, Urdu, English, Newari and some other local dialects.As far as climate is concerned, Birgunj experiences temperature ranging from 8oc (the lowest in winter) and 39oc (the maximum in summer) and the average rainfall registered during the rainy season is 80 mm. Birgunj, the second largest city of Nepal has a populationof nearly 6 hundred thousand people. The city provides a wide range choice of hotels, restaurants, shopping centres that suit the pockets of every class of people. There are many places and spots of recreation and amusement in and around the city.Regarding places of worship, there are many Hindu and Buddhist temples, Mosques, Guru Dwaras, and Churches to provide spiritual and religious needs of people. Most of the major banks of Nepal (both public and private sector) have their branches at Birgunj. Many of these banks are joint ventures with the leading banks of India and some other SAARC nations. This gives a major advantage to students coming from India and other SAARC countries. One of the major banking networks of Nepal has a branch within the National Medical College campus with 24 hours ATM facility, which facilitates easy money transaction matters for the students, staff & the patients.

Facilities
Infrastructure and facilities, in adequate quantity and of high quality, is key factors for a Medical College to attain and sustain Excellency in Medical Education and Health Services. National Medical College has the world class physical infrastructure and manpower, equipments of most advance and sophisticate technology. The college gives utmost priority to develop and have proper management of all necessary facilities for academic, extra-curricular and recreational activities of the students.

TEACHING HOSPITAL
The physical infrastructure of the 1050 bedded Teaching Hospital of National Medical College has been designed and built to suite the international standards with all the essential and desirable facilities. The hospital complex houses many multi-storied buildings that accommodate the OPDs and wards of the clinical departments, Emergency department, Operation Theatres, Central Laboratory, Blood Bank, Pharmacies, and Canteen etc. Fully furnished residential accommodation has been provided to all the Medical Doctors, Nursing and other Para-Medical staff in close vicinity of the hospital. Round the clock Ambulance, Pharmacy, Blood Bank services are available within the hospital complex. The OPDs of the various departments together have a capacity to treat about 1000 patients daily. The average daily OPD attendance is between 600 to 700. The average Bed Occupancy in the wards remain around 75 percent throughout the year.
Here are some special features of the Teaching Hospital: 
• The Radiology Department has the most advance and sophisticate medical equipments such as Multi-slicer C.T. Scan, Color Doppler, Ultrasound, Digital Mammography, etc.
• The Surgery Department has several super specialty units such as Plastic-Surgery, Uro-Surgery, Pediatric Surgery in addition to the fully computerized Endoscopy facility.
• The Medicine Department has fully equipped I.C.U., C.C.U., Haemodialysis unit, TMT, Holstar and Echo-Cardiography facilities.
• The Pediatrics Department has a separate Neonatology Unit with a most sophisticated 20 bedded NICU
• The Department of Orthopedics has the facility for Digital C-Arm and spinal surgery.
• The full fledged physiotherapy centre has the most advance and sophisticate equipments/ instruments.
• The Preventive clinic has specially trained Doctors & Para Medical staff for the separate units like DOTs clinic, Immunization cell and Counseling cell.
• A full fledged Disaster Management Unit in full preparedness with manpower and materials.

ACADEMIC COMPLEX:
The Integrated Basic Medical Sciences (IBMS) Block houses the Pre-Clinical departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology and Microbiology in addition to the departments of Community Medicine and Forensic Medicine. Each of these departments has fully equipped laboratory, museum, departmental library, Seminar/ Tutorial rooms and adequate rooms for faculty and staff. Given the highly integrated and community oriented curriculum of the Medical and Nursing Courses, this is a major advantage of having all the Basic Medical Science departments and the Community Medicine departments located in a single block.

LECTURE THEATER COMPLEX
Altogether there are eight lecture theatres organized in two blocks (each having four theatres). Each of these well ventilated lecture theatres are vary spacious, fully air-conditioned and equipped with all modern audio-visual equipments. The capacity of the individual theatres varies between 200 to 250 seats.
LIBRARY NETWORKA well organized library with rich stock of reading materials can be described as the life line of any academic institution.
Each of the Clinical, Para-Clinical and Pre-Clinical departments has well organized Departmental Library with wide collection of text/reference books and Journals in their respective as well as allied subjects. However, the central library remains the core of the library network of this college. The Nursing Campus has its own separate library network.

CENTRAL LIBRARY
The Central Library is housed in a separate huge and beautiful double storied building located at the center of the college campus. It has been acknowledged as one of the best libraries in Nepal.The central library can accommodate about 250 readers at a time. Separate reading space have been provided to the faculty members, Postgraduate students/interns and the undergraduate students. Seating comfortableness, ventilation and lighting have been well taken care of. There is adequate provision for drinking water and toilet facility in each floor.

The Central library has a very rich collection of more than 12 thousand volumes of Text/Reference books (of many titles in each subject).It regularly subscribes more than 75 National/International Medical Journals covering all the Clinical, Para-Clinical and Pre-Clinical subjects in addition to a long list of WHO periodicals/reports.
The library offers internet/e-mail and photocopy services to its readers. There is the Audiovisual sections for self learning by students through the use of videos, slides and CD-ROMs. The members can borrow books under home issue system as per the rules of the library. Strict adherence to code of conduct inside the library is a must for all categories of readers.


RESIDENTIAL ACCOMMODATION
National Medical College has provided well furnished residential accommodation to all undergraduate and Post-graduate students; Faculty Members; Nursing and other technical staff. There are separate hostels for Boys & Girls students. Furniture, food, recreation and all other aspects of comfort have been given high priority in the hostels for students. Facilities for Outdoor/Indoor games, Gymnasium, Aerobic exercise hall adds to the attainment of Physical and mental fitness of the students.

BOYS HOSTEL
At the present, the hostels for boys together have 500 rooms with fully furnished single seated accommodation with toilet and small pantry attached. There are excellent facilities for indoor/outdoor games, Gymnasium etc.

GIRLS HOSTEL
At the present, the hostels for girls together have 400 rooms with fully furnished single seated accommodation with toilet and small kitchen attached. There are excellent facilities for indoor/outdoor games, Aerobic exercise etc.
The Central library has a very rich collection of more than 12 thousand volumes of Text/Reference books (of many titles in each subject).It regularly subscribes more than 75 National/International Medical Journals covering all the Clinical, Para-Clinical and Pre-Clinical subjects in addition to a long list of WHO periodicals/reports.
The library offers internet/e-mail and photocopy services to its readers. There is the Audiovisual sections for self learning by students through the use of videos, slides and CD-ROMs. The members can borrow books under home issue system as per the rules of the library. Strict adherence to code of conduct inside the library is a must for all categories of readers.
Post Graduate Students QuarterThere is a separate apartment for residential accommodation for the P.G. students. Each student is allotted a flat that consists of one living room with toilet attached and a kitchen.

Faculty Quarters
All the faculty members have been provided with spacious and well furnished residential quarters within the college campus. There is a separate block of quarters having more space and facilities for all the Heads of the departments.
Medical Officer’s Quarters
All the Registrars and Medical Officers have been provided with spacious and well furnished residential quarters within the college campus. 
Nurses Quarters
Nursing staff have been provided with spacious and well furnished residential quarters within the college campus.

AUDITORIUM
This is a huge and beautiful auditorium with the capacity to accommodate about 1000 persons. The auditorium is used for cultural as well as scientific programs like Seminar/Conferences/ Workshops etc.The Nursing Campus comprises of the academic building, the central library, Nursing student hostel and quarters for the Nursing faculty. The National Medical College Teaching hospital is just a minute’s walking distance from the Nursing Campus.

Academic Building
The multi-storied academic building houses the lecture rooms, examination hall, faculty rooms, Principal’s office, laboratories and the examination and admission section. There are altogether six lecture rooms, each having the capacity to accommodate 60 students. These lecturer rooms are well ventilated and have been provided with the modern sophisticate Audio-visual equipments. The examination hall has the seating capacity of 200. There are five well equipped laboratories. The examination and admission section deals with all matters regarding admission of students to the various programs and conduction of the examinations. There are four well furnished rooms for the Nursing faculty members. 

Central Library
The Nursing Campus has its own library network. The Central Library is housed is a separate multistoried building adjacent to the academic building. This library has a wide collection of text/reference books and is fully self sufficient regarding books in all the medical subjects as well as the basic and specialized subjects in Nursing. Students and faculty members can borrow books from the library under the home issue system as per rules and regulations.

NURSING STUDENT HOSTEL
The hostel for the Nursing students has a capacity to accommodate 300 students in well furnished double seated rooms. There are good facilities for indoor/outdoor games and other recreational activities of the students. The hostel mess provides very hygienic and nutritious vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian food at a very reasonable rate.

Nursing Faculty QuartersThere are sufficient numbers of very specious and well furnished quarters for the nursing faculty members in a separate block within the residential complex of National Medical College Campus.

Admission
TUITION   FEES & OTHER CHARGES (NO DONATION)
A.   Tuition Fee for whole MBBS or P.G. Course as per rule & regulation of National Medical College.
B.   University Registration fee, Examination fee, Medical Council fee will be charged as per rule.
C.   Registration fee and Admission fee for MBBS course IRs.45000.00/- yearly & for
      P.G.course IRs. 46250.00 Yearly.
D.   Caution money IRs.50000.00 refundable.
E.    Hostel charge: single accommodation room having attached bathroom with hot & cold water               and Small pantry facilities IRs. 40000.00 Per annum including free Electricity up to 15 units.
F.     Food charge : IRs.46000.00 Annually.

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Nepal No:009779725161755. 
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 About Nobel Medical College

Overall Vision, Mission and Goals- To produce Doctors of Tomorrow’s Nepal
The Vision of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center (NMCTH) is to provide quality medical education in a holistic way and serve the various communities of Eastern Nepal.
The Mission of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center (NMCTH) is to promote human health while stimulating innovation as education is provided at NMCTH in a dynamic learning environment in order to develop physicians, medical scientists and public health professionals. They are trained to become leaders in their respective fields so that they can contribute effectively to the advancement of the basic and clinical sciences in medicine through discovery, research, and publication/communication and provide best care to patients and serve the communities.   
The Goals of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center (NMCTH) is to produce doctors who are compassionate, community oriented, affective towards the serving society, competent in application of good communication skills, medical ethics and professionalism with sound cognitive domain and efficient psychomotor skills.
Nobel Medical College has been playing an active role to fulfill the government plan "Health for all". The management of Nobel Medical College has been a part in the joint effort of the Government and the private sector to achieve the health indicator targets as laid down in the Long Term Health Plan 1997-2017 by HMG-Nepal through services to various communities.
COLLEGE
Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center (P) Ltd., an affiliate to Kathmandu University, was founded in 2007. The college is located in Biratnagar, one of the major academic hubs of eastern part of Nepal. It’s key objective to impart international standard medical education to the meritorious students of Nepal and abroad enrolled for both medical and paramedical courses.
Nobel Medical College, Recognized by the Nepal Medical Council (NMC), has constantly maintained its academic standards at par with the requirements of other Medical Councils and Universities across the globe.
Our internationally renowned faculties are dedicated to bolster the image of the college in national and international arena. Their contribution has been supportive towards our process of enlisting it in the World Directory of Medical Schools, WHO.
TEACHING HOSPITAL
The Hospital presently has 900 beds of its own at full function. It serves the patients from various communities of Nepal and adjoining districts of India. It has already started Super Specialty Services with eminent super specialized doctors. The hospital is expected to expand its bed strength up to 2000 by 2015.
NMCTH is affiliated to Kathmandu UniversityRecognized by Nepal Medical CouncilRegistered at Company Registrar OfficeSocial accountability of medical institution
Free seats for 10% medical students recommended by the Ministry of Education.Free health camps / check-up programs in different locations in Eastern Nepal.Subsidized rates / Free for poor patients / Establishment of poor patient fund.Free service for Hysterectomy as decided by MOH at national level.Free obstetric services (including caesarian section under collaboration with safer motherhood program)Free Immunization, Family Planning, MDT, DOTS servicesRegular Camps for blood donationBlood bank Service in hospital complex in collaboration with Red Cross25 bedded community hospital at Belbari, MorangYearly more than 5000 free surgeries of those patients referred by health post, VDC of remote areas of eastern region.Distribution of medical benefit cards to marginalized community, journalists, teachers, retired people, labours, single women, senior citizens and their dependents. More than 10 million people are benefited by this program.Health Insurance Program in VDCs as pilot program of Nepal Government. This program is launched in Mangalbare VDC, Morang and its surrounding VDCs in coordination with Mangalbare PHC.Yearly 55 scholarships to students in paramedical, medical, dental, nursing courses.

NOBEL QUICK FACTS
  • 100% pass result in licensing examination conducted by Nepal Medical Council.
  • 100% passed out result in MBBS final exam 2067- first record in NEPAL.
  • 100% pass result in University Examinations of MBBS, 
  • B. Sc. Nursing and other programs.100% pass result with distinction in B. Sc. 
  • Nursing examination 2012 (IInd year exam, Ist batch).
  • Kathmandu University (KU) Top of MBBS final exams by 2 batches in three consecutive years.
  • 900 beds with more than 90% occupancy. 
  • The highest rate among the private medical colleges in Nepal.
  • Highest patients flow (More than 1200 per day) among the private medical colleges of Nepal.
  • Highest faculty-student ratio (1:10) among the private medical colleges of Nepal.
  • Second largest Dialysis Unit (kidney treatment center) of Nepal.
  • Well equipped NICU, CCU and ICU services.
  • 10 sophisticated operation theaters.
  • 100 bedded ICU block (Largest ICU in South Asia).
  • Furnished with advanced medical equipments.
  • Separate own hostels with AC furnished for Boys and Girls.
  • Advance classrooms, library, science labs and IT-lab with Wi-Fi connectivity.

Academic Programs Details:
Affiliated to Kathmandu University

Post Graduate Degree:
The Post Graduate training program is the latest and foremost academic program of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital which is started from the year 2013 (March Session). The program is affiliated with Kathmandu University and recognized by Nepal Medical Council (NMC).

Streams of PG Program:

Clinical Science including Pathology
1.     Internal Medicine
2.     General Surgery
3.     Obstetrics & Gynaecology
4.     Paediatrics
5.     Orthopaedics
6.     Ophthalmology
7.     ENT
8.     Radiology
9.     Anaesthesiology
10.   Psychiatry
11.   Dermatology
12.   Pathology

Pre-Clinical Science including Forensic Medicine
1.    Anatomy
2.    Physiology
3.    Microbiology
4.    Biochemistry
5.    Pharmacology
6.    Community Medicine
7.    Forensic Medicine

Eligibility and Selection Criteria: As per Kathmandu University norms and standard.
MBBS:
The MBBS degree offered by the Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital is recognized by Nepal Medical Council (NMC) and the college is affiliated with Kathmandu University (KU), Nepal. The institution is seeking its registration to World Directory of Medical Schools, WHO.
Course detail;

BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery):
Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center (NMCTH) offers Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) program affiliated to Kathmandu University (KU). The program is recognized by Nepal Medical Council (NMC) and Ministry of Education (MoE) of Nepal government.
The college is committed to contribute significantly in the overall healthcare and development of the country as a more responsible institution. the institution promises to establish international benchmark at home by producing qualified and skilled dental professionals with leadership and technical capabilities.
Course detail;

B.Sc.Nursing:
With the increasing demand of health care system of the country, Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital started the B. Sc. Nursing program from the August 2010 session. This program has the affiliation of Kathmandu University (KU) and is approved by Nepal Nursing Council (NNC).
Course detail;

BNS (Bachelor in Nursing Science)
Bachelor in Nursing Science (BNS) is a new program of KU which opens door to higher study with international standard for the students having PCL nursing degree with two years work experience. It is a three years course.
Course detail;
Affiliated to CTEVT
  • PCL in Nursing Science (Staff Nurse)
  • PCL in Medical Lab Technology
  • PCL in Radiography
  • PCL in Dental Science
  • Diploma in Pharmacy

Hospital Services
The teaching hospital of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital and Research Center at Kanchanbari in Biratnagar, Nepal is a 900 bedded hospital with all facilities required for a tertiary care center. With the support of clinical faculty and other professionals, this hospital has been serving patients from eastern Nepal and surrounding villages of India. It has daily patient flow of more than 1000 patients and more than 77% bed occupancy in inpatient services.
Faculty and staff from Anesthesiology and Critical Care Department as well as Surgery Department  are available 24 hours for pre anesthetic checkup and surgery.

Services in NMCTH:
  • Emergency service (24 hours)
  • Out Patient Departments
  • In Patient Services
  • Operation
  • Observation Ward
  • Procedure
  • Triage
  • Laboratory
  • Blood Bank
  • Radio diagnosis

OPD Services: 

(From 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily)
  • Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Obstetric/Gyanecology
  • Paediatrics
  • Ophthalmology   
  • Orthopaedics
  • ENT
  • Psychiatry
  • Dermatology
  • Radiodiagnosis
  • Dental
  • Physiotherapy

Ward Services Available in:
  • Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Gynecology
  • Obstetrics (Maternity)
  • Paediatrics
  • Orthopaedics
  • Eye
  • ENT
  • Psychiatry
  • Dermatology
  • Emergency
  • Dental Surgery
  • Observation
  • Post OP

Super Specialty Services:
  • Cardiology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Nephrology
  • Pulmonology/Critical 
  • CareLaparoscopic Surgery
  • Uro-surgery
  • Diabetes Clinic
  • Developmental and Behavioral Pediatric Clinic

Other Services:
  • ICU
  • CCU
  • NICU
  • Hemo-Dialysis
  • CT Scan
  • X- Ray, Digital X-Ray
  • Ultrasound
  • Well Equipped Lab
  • Blood Bank (with the coordination of Red Cross)
  • EEG
  • ECG
  • TMT
  • Endoscopy 
  • Colonoscopy
  • Bronchoscope

Services in Dentistry:
  • Oral medicine & radiology
  • Oral & maxillofacial surgery & oral implantology
  • Prosthodontics, Crown Bridge, aesthetics & oral implantology
  • Periodontics & oral implantology
  • Conservative, Endodontics and aesthetic dentistry
  • Pedodontics & preventive dentistry
  • Orthodontics and dentofacial orthopaedics
  • Public Health Dentistry & Preventive Dentistry

Facilities and services

Hospital Services:
  • Clinical Faculties
  • Laparoscopy Surgery
  • Urology Surgery
  • Radiology Services
  • Laboratory
  • Services in Dentistry
  • Emergency Services
  • Medical Record Department
  • Notice Board

 Academics:
  • Basic Science Campus
  • Different Committees
  • Eminent Faculty
  • Medical Education Department
  • Lecture Theaters/ Tutorial Rooms
  • Student Conduct
  • Laboratory
  • Museum
  • Library
  • Community Field Visit
  • Mentorship Program
  • Notice Board

Others:

 NOBEL MEDICAL COLLEGE TEACHING HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTER (P) LTD. - NMCTH
HEAD OFFICE:
Kanchanbari, Biratnagar – 5, Morang
Eastern Region of Nepal
Contacts:
09308332802
009779725161755
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LIST OF MCI RECOGNIZE COLLEGE IN NEPAL
Admission Cost for Private Medical Colleges in Nepal

1. BPKIHS, Dharan
(a) Heavily Subsidized Scheme :
Admission fee: Rs. 55,000
Per month (on an average): Rs. 5,000 (including food and accommodation)

(b) Partially subsidized Scheme :
Admission fee:
First year: Rs. 5,00,000
Second year: Rs. 5,00,000
Third year: Rs. 3,50,000
Fourth year: Rs. 3,50,000
Fifth year: Rs. 2,80,000
Total: Rs. 50,80,000
Food and accommodation costs:  roughly Rs. 5,000 per month.

2. NEPAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, Kathmandu
Total: Rs. 36,00,000 (One time)
Hostel per year (optional): Rs. 40,000
Food per year: Rs. 45,000

3. KATHMANDU MEDICAL COLLEGE, Kathmandu
At the time of admission: Rs. 19,91,000
Fee (six months): Rs. 5,50,000 x2
Total: Rs. 29,91,000
Hostel fee per month: Rs. 7,000

4. MANIPAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, Pokhara
At the time of admission: Rs. 12,00,000
Per year (for four years): Rs. 4,00,000
Total: Rs. 36,00,000
Hostel (per month): Rs. 4,000
Food (per month): Rs. 4,500

5. NEPALGUNJ MEDICAL COLLEGE, Chisapani
At the time of admission: Rs. 16,00,000
For four years: Rs. 12,00,000 (1,50,000*8)
One Time: Rs. 26,00,000
Total: Rs. 30,00,000
Hostel (per year): Rs. 30,000
Food (per month): Rs. 4,500

6. COLLEGE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, Bharatpur
Total amount: Rs. 32,90,000 One Time

7. UNIVERSAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, Bhairawaha
At the time of admission: Rs. 17,00,000
Per year (for two years): 5,00,000
Total: Rs. 35,00,000
One time Payment: Rs. 25,00,000
Hostel (per year): Rs. 70,000

8. JANAKI MEDICAL COLLEGE, Janakpur
Total: Rs. 28,00,000

9. NATIONAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, Birgunj
At the time of admission: Rs. 12,00,000
Per year (for three years): 4,00,000
One time Payment: Rs. 38,00,000

10. NOBEL MEDICAL COLLEGE, BIRATNAGAR
Total: Rs. 26,82,000 (One time)

11. KIST MEDICAL COLLEGE, LALITPUR
At the time of admission: Rs. 12,00,000
Per year (for three years): Rs. 6,00,000
One time Payment: Rs. 26,45,000

12. CHITWAN MEDICAL COLLEGE, CHITWAN
One time Payment: Rs. 27,00,000
EXTRA: 5,62,000 (Five Years) 

CONTACT MR,CHANDAN SINGH.
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