Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program in Chitwan Medical College was initiated with its first batch of 80 students on Mangshir, 2066 BS. This program is a five and a half-year (5½ year) course, with four and a half years of study followed by a year of compulsory internship. The program is designed to produce physicians who are knowledgeable of the principles of modern medical science and who have mastered the art of critical thinking in the clinical decision-making process in order to engage in the practice of medicine as competent professionals.
The MBBS curriculum that is followed at CMC is a community oriented curriculum and has integrated teaching learning activities. It has been developed to provide learning opportunities enabling medical students to acquire fundamental knowledge develop basic skills and appreciate principles relevant to health care in the context of the community.
GOALS OF THE PROGRAM
To provide a comprehensive medical education leading to MBBS degree
To prepare for evidence based medical practice in the changing health care environment of the 21st Century
To follow outcome based approach to medical courses and prepare the student to achieve the competencies in Medical knowledge, Clinical skills, Evidence-based learning, Patient care, Effective communication skills & Professionalism
To develop a compassionate, analytical and ethical approach in the delivery of health care to the community
To prepare physicians to function effectively in the social health care system
Candidate should have completed 10+2 or intermediate of science or equivalent course with English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry as major subjects securing at least 50 per cent marks in each subject and in aggregate from a recognized college.
Candidate (both Nepalese and foreign nationals) must have passed the entrance exam set by Institute of Medicine (IOM) of the same year candidate is seeking admission in.
CANDIDATE SELECTION PROCESS
Eligible candidates should appear for the entrance exam conducted by IOM (It is conducted tentatively on the month of Bhadra according to Nepalese calendar), Exam section and the merit list will be published based on the marks secured in the entrance examination. The candidate selection and admission will then be done following the guidelines set by IOM (on merit basis and post-counseling sessions held by IOM).
Please check notices on website of IOM (www.iom.edu.np) for regular updates
For international students
International students should have an eligibility certificate from the concerned authority of their country, a valid student visa (if visa is required to stay in Nepal) and eligibility certificate issued by IoM or Ministry of Education of Nepal.
To get the admission in MBBS programme, along with all other academic documents and proof of nationality, Indian candidate should also submit eligibility certificate issued from Medical Council of India (MCI), New Delhi, India before admission.
After fulfilling the aforementioned criteria, students have to visit CMC College along with the guardians and have to present the original copies of all the academic certificates. Thereafter, students have to fill up necessary documents and agreement papers as per the rules and requirements of CMC.
Successful candidates will have to undergo medical test by a Medical Board constituted by the College and must be declared fit for final admission.
[See attachment for the list of the investigations and vaccinations]
The internship will commence after the students pass the final board examination and acquire the provisional registration number from Nepal Medical Council.
During Internship, the students will undergo rotations as follows:
DURATION OF POSTING
Internship Log Book is to be maintained for each clinical posting and has to be duly signed by the respective faculties and Heads of the Departments. Subsequent to this, the Interns will be provided an Internship Completion Certificate issued by CMC.
After completion of a minimum of 6 months of Internship, the students are eligible to appear for NMC License Examination. Subsequent to passing NMC License Examination and completion of Internship, the Interns are eligible for Temporary Registration Number from Nepal Medical Council.
There will be provision of stipend to the intern students (as per CMC rules).
As per TU rules
There are limited numbers of scholarship seats available every year in this program for the deserving students (10% of the total approved seats for the academic year). The candidates, who study under scholarship scheme, are finalized during counseling sessions held by IOM. For further details regarding the counseling sessions, please check the website of IOM regularly.
Basic: Prof Dr Nazrul Islam
Clinical: Prof Dr Sudhir Regmi
MBBS Basic Science Coordinators
1st year: Prof Dr Sabin Ranabhat
2nd year: Dr Ram Lochan Yadav
MBBS Clinical Science Coordinators
3rd year: Dr Prakash Dahal
4th year: Dr Akesh Prajapati
5th year: Prof Dr Sudhir Regmi
Internship: Dr Abhishek Bhattrai
Please contact CMC Administration, Kailashnagar for further details