School of Medicine & Allied Sciences


5½ year


1 year






Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program in Chitwan Medical College was initiated with its first batch of 80 students on Mangsir, 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

Program Overview

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.

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  • 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


  • The candidate should have Passed 10+2 Science containing Physics, Chemistry and Biology with minimum of 50% aggregate in total marks or GPA 2.4 or equivalent
    Secured the Percentage equivalent to above eligibility in regards to the certificate level programs (eg. A-Level) with different grading system.
  • All candidates should secure at least 50th percentile or above in the entrance examination to qualify.
  • Notice will be published for the candidates to set their priority of colleges. Then computer based matching will be done on the basis of merit and the candidates priority among the available seats.
  • Those who appear in the entrance examination conducted by Medical Education Commission will be given the first priority.
  • If the seat fall vacant, matching will be done among those who have passed the national level entrance examination of their respective countries who agreed the condition to be in second priority in the merit list and have secured at least 50% marks, or at least 50th percentile or above in national level medical entrance examination in their respective countries.
  • The remaining seats after completion of the matching of foreign candidates will be transferred to Nepalese open (paying) seats. Foreign candidates who are selected for admission are required to produce original documents at the time of admission.
  • Candidates who submit the fake information/documents will be liable for legal actions as per prevailing rule and regulations of Nepal.
  • Medical Education Common Entrance Examination Committee reserves all the rights - regarding entrance examination.


  • The application can only be submitted online through or
  • Documents Required
    • Last six digits of transaction reference number (TRN) and applicants mobile number
    • Recent Passport size photograph
    • Passport or Aadhaar card
    • Transcript of 10+2 level or equivalent
    • Respective Council registration certificate of respective country (if applicable)
  • Students can be rusticated any time (even after admission) if found guilty in submitting fake information, fake documents or wrong identity.
  • Once the application is filled, the necessary documents are to be uploaded and the self-declaration is to be done. It is advised to review (Edit/save) the application before submission. Once the application is submitted, it is not editable.
  • A Confirmation Page will be displayed only after verification of bank payment. You can save/print it for future reference. It is not Admit Card but a proof for Online Form submission.
  • Students should print their own admit card by providing details in the "Check Application Status" page which can be visited by clicking "Check your status/print admit card" button in home page. Admit card can be printed before five days of entrance examination date.
  • Candidates will be responsible for all travel arrangements. Candidates should abide by the current rules and regulations laid down by Government of Nepal.

Please check notices on website of IOM ( for regular updates


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.


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 detail program structure here.


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:

Medicine3 Months
Surgery2 Months
Gynae/Obs2 Months
Emergency Medicine1 Months
Orthopedics1 Months
Pediatrics1 Months
Anesthesia15 Days
ENT15 Days
Ophthalmology15 Days
Family Planning15 Days


Heart Disease: A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine, Ed: Braunwald, Zipes, Libby; WB Saunders

Grossman’s Cardiac Catheterization, Angiography, and Intervention, Ed: Baim& Grossman; Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Adult Clinical Cardiology Self-Assessment Program; American College of Cardiology

Mayo Cardiovascular Board Review

CATHSAP, American College of Cardiology

Pertinent AHA / ACC Scientific Statements and Guidelines

Textbook of Interventional Cardiology, Ed: Topol

Interventional Cardiology: Principles and Practice, Ed: Di Mario


Students should be in the prescribed dress code of the institute in college/hospital premises. No student will be allowed to enter the college compound without proper uniform in college days. CMC believes appropriate dressing is important for creation of positive learning environment.

Students of Nursing (Master of Nursing, Bachelor of Nursing and BSc Nursing) *

  • Shirt (Light-Cream, Hawk-Design No. 34)
  • Tie (As MBBS-Students’)
  • Pant (Blue Black-Jelbrow or Blue Black-BSLA)
  • Black Shoe

[*Dress-code for Nursing Students while in clinical practice at hospitals– ]


  • Shirt (Sky Blue)
  • Tie
  • Pant (Blue Black-Jelbrow or Blue Black-BSLA)
  • Black Shoe
  • White Socks

Dress-code for Nursing Students while in clinical practice at hospitals – Dark Blue Scrub

Students-BSc MIT

  • Shirt (Light-Purple, Hawk-Design No. 69)
  • Tie
  • Pant (Blue Black-Jelbrow or Blue Black-BSLA)
  • Black Shoe
  • White Socks


  • Shirt (Light Greenish/ Ash, Hawk-Design No. 32)
  • Tie (As MBBS-Students’)
  • Pant (Blue Black-Jelbrow or Blue Black-BSLA)
  • Black Shoe
  • White Socks

*College will announce the date for winter and summer dress. 


Email :
Bharatpur-10, Chitwan
Phone:(+977) 056-493555

Kailashnagar, Bharatpur-5, Chitwan
Phone:(+977) 056-493111