MBBS in Bangladesh

Bangladesh, to the east of India on the Bay of Bengal, is a South Asian country marked by lush greenery and many waterways. Its Padma (Ganges), Meghna and Jamuna rivers create fertile plains, and travel by boat is common. On the southern coast, the Sundarbans, an enormous mangrove forest shared with Eastern India, is home to the royal Bengal tiger.

Bangladesh is the only country in the world that was created on the basis of language and ethnicity. The Bengalis make up 98% of the total population of Bangladesh, making it one of the most ethnically homogeneous states in the world. The large Muslim population of Bangladesh makes it the third-largest Muslim-majority country. The constitution declares Bangladesh a secular state, while establishing Islam as a state religion.


Bangladesh has a subtropical monsoon climate characterized by wide seasonal variations in rainfall, high temperatures and humidity. There are three distinct seasons in Bangladesh: a hot, humid summer from March to June; a cool, rainy monsoon season from June to October; and a cool, dry winter from October to March. In general, maximum summer temperatures range between 30°C and 40°C. April is the warmest month in most parts of the country. January is the coldest month, when the average temperature for most of the country is about 10°C.



The economy of Bangladesh is a developing market economy. Bangladesh is one of the world’s fastest growing economies. In the decade since 2004, Bangladesh averaged a GDP growth of 6.5% that has been largely driven by its exports of readymade garments, remittances and the domestic agricultural sector.

Bangladesh, the world’s second-largest apparel exporter, sees economic growth of at least 6% this year, a pace that could make it an outlier in a world set to contract. Growth will slow to a range of 6%-7% in the year to June 30, Planning Minister Muhammad Abdul Mannan said in an interview on Thursday.


In Bangladesh, all citizens must undertake twelve years of compulsory education which consists of eight years at primary school level and four years at high school level. Primary and secondary education is financed by the state and free of charge in public schools.

Bangladesh has been actively participating in various international organizations such as UNESCO and has declared a target of “Education for All.” The government hopes to remove illiteracy from the country by the year 2005. The latest available figures indicate overall literacy went from 47 percent to 56 percent from 1997 to 2001. Various governmental and nongovernmental plans are being developed to spread formal, no formal, general, and specialized education, with the help of international agencies and increases in the present budget plan.


Some universities of Ukraine

  • Sheikh Sayera Khatun Medical College and Hospital
  • Ibn Sina Medical College
  • Bangladesh Medical College
  • Kumudini Women’s Medical College
  • Community Based Medical College, Bangladesh
  • Medical College for Women and Hospital
  • Delta Medical College
  • Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College
  • Dhaka National Medical College

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