M Abdur Rahim Medical College Dinajpur

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  • Added: 09/18/2023

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M Abdur Rahim Medical College, Dinajpur (MARMC) is a public medical school in Bangladesh, established in 1992. It is located in the Dinajpur District of Rangpur Division. It is affiliated with Rajshahi Medical University. It was renamed from Dinajpur Medical College and Hospital to M Abdur Rahim Medical College and Hospital after M. Abdur Rahim.[1]

It is two storied building, situated at the south-west corner of the MARMC Playground.

The name of the boys hostel is Dr. Md. Yousuf Ali Hall. It includes two four-storied buildings beside the play ground.

The name of the girls hostel is Dr. Md. Taibur Rahman Hall. It includes three four-storied building. It has three blocks. Eastern block, Western block and Main hostel.

There are two four-storied building for intern doctors. One for boys and one for girls. They are well decorated and behind the hospital for 24-hour medical service. There are two hostels for trainee nurses, near the nursing institute. There are also number of quarters for teachers, doctors, nurses and guest house for guests.

Dinajpur Nursing College

Dinajpur Nursing College, Front view
There is a well-developed nursing college affiliated with the hospital. It provides training for young nurses. There are also hostels for nurses near the hospital. This nursing college is affiliated to Rajshahi Medical University and BNMC approved govt intuition. This Nursing college provide Bsc in Nursing degree through the affiliated university and Diploma in midwifery under BNMC. It was established in 2016. The founder principal was D. Sharmin Sattar and Running Principal is Kohinoor Begum.

Other institutions under its affiliation:
Dinajpur 250-bed general Hospital
Zia Heart Foundation Hospital
Diabetic Hospital
BNSB Eye Hospital
MCHC Center
School Health Center
Center For Nuclear medicine, Dinajpur
Chest Disease Clinic
Leprosy Clinic
The principal is Dr. Syed Nadir Hossain (Associate Professor and Head of the Orthopedics department).

Phase coordinators:
1st Phase: Dr. Nurul Islam (Head of the Biochemistry department)
2nd Phase: Dr. Sohel Samad (Head of the Community medicine department)
3rd Phase: Prof. Dr. Jogendranath Sarkar (Head of the Microbiology department)
4th Phase: Prof. Dr. Saki Muhammad Zakiul Alam (Head of the Medicine department)
M Abdur Rahim Medical College admits 180 students into the MBBS degree programme yearly under the government medical admission test. M Abdur Rahim Medical College is under DGHS and curriculum by Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC). The admission test is conducted centrally under Directorate General of Health Services. M Abdur Rahim Medical College admits a good number of postgraduate students on different postgraduate courses offering by the college under BSMMU. M Abdur Rahim Medical College is affiliated with BSMMU and Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons. For foreign students, admission is through the Embassy of Bangladesh in respective countries. Many students from Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan are Studying here. It is good achievement of M Abdur Rahim Medical College. 25 batches have passed from this medical college successfully.

M Abdur Rahim Medical College offers both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

MARMC Journal
M Abdur Rahim Medical College Journal (MARMCJ) is BMDC recognised journal, published twice a year. It accepts original papers, review articles, case reports and short communications related to various disciplines of medical science for publication. Paper should be solely contributed to the journal.

Published Journals:

The degree is recognised by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council. Graduates of the medical college are eligible for USMLE and PLAB examination. M Abdur Rahim Medical College is listed in the IMED.

Clubs and other activities
Sandhani (MARMC unit)
Medicine Club (MARMC unit)
Oikotan (cultural organisation of MARMC)


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