- Address | Nepal Medical College , Attarkhel, Jorpati
- Year of Establishment | 1997
- Recognized By | Nepal Medical Council (NMC) | Nepal and Ministry of Health, Nepal | Medical Council of India .
- Course Offered | MBBS | MD | MS | BDS | Nursing
- Affiliated University | Kathmandu University
- Management | Trust
- College Type | Private
- MCI status | Recognized
- Nepal Medical College & Nepal Medical College Teaching Hospital (NMCTH) are major healthcare institution in Kathmandu, Nepal established in 1997 by Dr Sachey Kumar Pahari. NMC provides medical care and is one of the major providers of education in the medical field in Nepal.Furthermore, NMC carries out scientific research. Nepal Medical College is located in Jorpati, Kathmandu.
- Nepal Medical College Pvt. Ltd (NMC) is situated at Attarkhel of Jorpati Village Development Committee, in Kathmandu, about 11 km. northeast of Kathmandu city. It lies at the foot hill of a mound. It has a quiet and tranquil environment, required of a medical college and a teaching hospital. The Gokarna hillock with pine trees, about half a kilometer away on the north, the Gokarna Safari Park across Bagmati river about one kilometer in the east, the terraces with trees encircling the NMC campus on the west, the NMC campus which comprises the college and Nepal Medical College Teaching Hospital (NMCTH), has access to the main road through its main entrance on the southwest.
- The NMC campus houses the academic buildings, library, female student and male student hostels and Nepal Medical College Teaching Hospital (NMCTH). The college has departments of Clinical Biochemistry, Clinical pharmacology, Clinical Physiology, Community Medicine, Forensic Medicine, Human Anatomy, Medical Microbiology and Pathology that are required for the first two academic years of the MBBS curriculum.
- MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery)
- BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)
- Bsc. in Nursing
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery | MBBS
- Intake Seats | 150
- Duration | 4 ½ Years + One Year Compulsory Rotating Internship.
- Eligibility | MBBS | NEET 2018
- Citizenship | Nepal , Indian nationals and International Candidate
- Date of Birth | Minimum 17 Years And Maximum 25 Years .
Admission Criteria | To be eligible for selection to the undergraduate medical course, a candidate should have:
- Completed 17 years of age, and
- Completed 10+2 years of education or Intermediate of Science or equivalent, with English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry as main subjects and he/she must have passed in all the subjects mentioned above, securing not less than 50% of marks in the subjects mentioned above put together and also obtain an aggregate of 50% overall.
Completed B.Sc. degree recognized by the university with one of the following subjects viz. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and at least one other prescribed science subject of study up to the ancillary level and he/she should have scored not less than aggregate of 50% marks; provided that such candidate shall have passed the earlier qualifying examination (10+2 or an equivalent examination) with the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English.
- REGISTRATION | A candidate admitted to the course in the University Medical School or any of the affiliated medical colleges shall register with the University by remitting the prescribed fee along with the application form for registration duly filled in and forwarded to the University through the Dean of the School or the Principal of the affiliated college within the stipulated date.
SELECTION | The selection of the candidates is by:
- Kathmandu University Medical Test (KUMET) for Nepali Citizens followed by interview at NMC under self financing scheme.
- Interview for international candidates by NMC under self-financing scheme.
Registration Procedure | Applications from eligible students for the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program will be invited once in an academic year. For Resident Nepalese students this will be after the Kathmandu University Medical Entrance Test (KUMET-2010) held on September 4th 2010. The resident Nepalese must submit applications to Nepal Medical College after KUMET 2010 result. All the students must apply to the principal for admission. Applications in the names of persons, other than the Principal of NMC, will not be considered for admission.
- After the publication of the KUMET Result, those candidates who pass KUMET 2010 and wish to study MBBS at NMC may download application from our website http://nmcth.edu/download/nmcth_application_form_2010.pdf
- Method of selection student at NMC | The students nominated by Government of Nepal will be enrolled into the program without taking the college interview.
- The Resident Nepalese students under full fee payment self financing scheme must pass the KUMET 2010 Examination of Kathmandu University before registering the application in the college. The candidates along with their parents must be present for interviews which will be notified by the college. The final list of selected students for admission will be published by NMC. Equity and equality for both the genders will be honoured during the student selection process.
- The Non-Resident Nepalese and international students shall be selected by interview on the merit basis only.
- Admission Procedure | Names of students selected by the NMC Student Selection Committee will be forwarded to the Fiscal section of NMC where the student must make full payment by the date notified. Failure to get admitted in the MBBS program by the principal candidates within date mentioned above will automatically permit the admission of alternate candidates in order of merit from the waiting list.
- Post Graduate Programs | Nepal Medical College started post graduate MD/MS programs of Kathmandu University in Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Orthopedics and Dermatology from March 15, 2009 and since then has added to PG program in Psychiatry, Microbiology, Pathology, Community Medicine, Physiology, Otorhinolaryngology, Pediatrics, Ophthalmology, Anesthesia, Anatomy, Pharmacology, Forensic Medicine, Biochemistry. Entrance exam and final exam will be held as per the rules of Kathmandu University. Nepal Medical College is the training site of PG Program. PG Residents can carry out their degrees from Kathmandu University after passing their University Final Exam. There are two session in a year for PG program ie., Feb Session and Aug Session.
Total PG students in Pre – Clinical Science | 46
- Forensic Medicine 3
- Physiology 6
- Pharmacology 7
- Community Medicine 5
- Microbiology 6
- Pathology 3
- Biochemistry 6
- Anatomy 10
Total Number of PG (MD / MS) Students in Pre – Clinical Subjects | 52
- Medicine 8
- Surgery 9
- Gynecology / Obstetrics 9
- Orthopedics 6
- Pediatrics 6
- ENT 3
- Ophthalmology 3
- Dermatology 3
- Psychiatry 3
- Anesthesiology 2
DM – Mch Programs:
Nepal Medical College started DM program at Nepal Medical College affiliated under Kathmandu University in Nephrology from March 25, 2011.
Mch programs in UroSurgery, Gastrointestinal Surgery and Neurosurgery are going to be start from the academic year 2014-15.
BDS Program | INTRODUCTION
- Nepal Medical College (NMC) started the MBBS program in 1997 December and since then has admitted 1239 students out of which 709 have graduated and the remaining 530 students are studying in different years of five & half years MBBS program. NMC has 900 beds where clinical experiences in different branches of medicine are acquired by the medical students. It is affiliation to Kathmandu University and recognized by Nepal Medical Council. The MBBS program of NMC is also recognized by Sri Lanka Medical and Dental council.
- Since February 2009 NMC has been recognized by Nepal Medical Council for the post graduate programs of Kathmandu University and is in running post graduate MD/MS Programs in 12 disciplines.
- NMC is starting BDS program from this academic year beginning in September 2011 and has been affiliated to Kathmandu University and is recognized by Nepal Medical Council for the BDS program.
- Nepal Medical College has faculty and facilities in all the basic medical and dental sciences departments required for the BDS program.
- It is 4½+1 year academic program and follows the BDS curriculum of Kathmandu University. In the BDS curriculum,subjects are taught in the form of lectures and demonstrations. In addition to this, students also attend lectures, demonstrations and clinics in General Medicine and General Surgery in Third year. This course as a whole is amalgamation of Basic Sciences,Clinical Dentistry with Practical and Laboratory Skills development.Students in first two years will be exposed to basic sciences(anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, pathology and pharmacology) common to MBBS and BDS programs of Kathmandu University at the respective departments of NMC along with Preclinical Conservative Dentistry, Preclinical Prosthodontics, Oral Biology and Community Dentistry which will go side by side at the respective departments which are situated at NMC premises. During the third year students will be exposed to clinical experience in all the dental specialties along with internal medicine and general surgery in the res-pective departments of NMC.
- Dental hospital is functional as a separate dental wing of NMC where the students will acquire hands on dental skills from third year onwards. Extension of the dental hospital will take place over the period of 4 years by which time a total of 120 dental chairs will be made available to students for acquiring hands on dental skills.
- Eligibility criteria | Students who pass KUMET 2011 can apply to NMC in the BDS program. In addition, those nominated by the MOE for the BDS program shall also be eligible for the program. Non-residential/ international students shall be admitted as per K.U. criteria.
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