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Admission ban on 5 medical colleges

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M M Jasim :
The Health and Family Welfare Ministry has asked five private medical colleges not to enroll any student this year in the MBBS course as the colleges violated the rules of the Establishment of Private Medical College and Guideline Policy-2011, the Ministry sources said.
The Ministry also asked the students and guardians not to choose those colleges for their admission.
The Ministry took the decision at a meeting held in the Secretariat with Health  and Family Welfare Minister Mohammad Nasim in the chair on September 27.
The colleges where this year's admission is banned are Shahabuddin Medical College, Ad-din Bashundhara Medical College, Eyeche Medical College, Care Medical College and Northern International Medical College.  Deputy Secretary of the ministry Umme Kulsum in a press release said that the medical colleges did not follow the rules and regulations. That is why the Ministry asked them not to enroll any student this year.
The Ministry sources said Ad-din Bashundhara Medical College is yet to buy land for its permanent campus. It has no registration also and is run by inadequate number of teachers.  Shahabuddin Medical College is set up on a small piece of land, without conference room and poor number of teachers.
Care Medical College's hospital is not standard and the number of teachers is less than it needs.  Northern International Medical College needs to expand its land and academic building. The number of teachers is inadequate.  Eyeche Medical College has no separate academic building and sufficient teachers.  The Ministry observed overall activities of the five medical colleges over the year and took decision of stoppage of admission after discussion with concerned authorities of the Ministry, an official of the Ministry wishing anonymity told The New Nation on Saturday evening.
It may be mentioned that there are 31 government medical colleges and 69 private medical colleges in the country. As many as 9,568 seats are in all medical colleges. Of them, 3,318 seats in government medical colleges and 6,250 seats in private medical colleges.
Admission test for first year MBBS courses is scheduled to be held on October 6. About 82,000 applicants will contest for 9,568 seats.

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