Anwer Khan Modern Medical College Hospital



Reaching health care to every citizen is a millennium development goal and Bangladesh has achieved a great success in this. The present government has developed the healthcare system from union Parishad to Upazilla, District, Divisional level through community health clinic, Upazilla health complex, District & Divisional Hospital and Medical College Hospital both government & private. Doctors and supporting health care professional like nurse, Paramedics, auxiliary staff, Technologists are the backbone of the health care delivery system. At present the doctor population ratio in Bangladesh is only 1:3125.

Till now the available seats in medical colleges, public & private sector together is far short of meeting the requirement of the country. In our country a large number of students are willing to take part in the health care system, which is evidenced by the large number of applicants for admission tests in medical colleges. Unfortunately most of the eligible candidates are deprived from the opportunity of getting admitted in the medical colleges of Bangladesh due to lack of enough seats.


The cost of medical education is higher in developed and developing countries in comparison to Bangladesh. Ministry of health has sanctioned 50% of total seat for admission of foreign students in private Medical College with the existing facilities we can admit foreign students who can avail quality medical education at an economical competitive price.

The Campus

A beautiful arranged modern campus with well-equipped academic and hospital buildings is the beauty of the area. It is situated at Road 8, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 1205, at the heart of the capital market. The first building (F) consists of Principal office, college secretary and administration block 1 lecture room for 200 students with multimedia presentation facilities. Also a modern library with 5000 recent medical text books on different disciplines and internet facilities, computer room were available for students and academic staff of the college. Adjacent to college building. block A,B,C,D are no used as hospitals with general beds, cabin.

AKMMC main hospital building accommodates cabins, general wards, consultant chambers, operation theater, ICU, reception, modern diagnostic lab and hospital office. 2 lecture room one large with 300 seat capacity and one small with full air conditioned, multimedia presentation facilities, are located in 5th& 6th floor of Block A. Fully air conditioned, modern, well decorated and equipped floor space measuring 20,500 square feet at 4th& 5th floor of capital market is accommodating departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Forensic Medicine, Microbiology, Community Medicine with tutorial and practical classes, museum and sitting arrangement of all academic staff of the departments mentioned. 1 lecture room with central air-conditioning, multimedia presentation and accommodations of 150 students is located in 5th floor of capital market Fulltime OPD facilities covering all disciplines Medicine, Surgery Pediatrics, Gyane & Obstetrics: Skin VD, ENT Eye, Psychiatry, Orthopedics and Oncology ate available at OPD located in 2nd& 3rd floor of first main building (A) of the college.

Anwer Khan Modern Nursing college is a unit under AKMMC is located in 3rd floor of ARA plaza just opposite to our main building A covering 4000 sft accommodating 3 class room, 5 lecture room, 3 faculty room, 10 office assistant, 1 MLSS. Total no of students admitted up to this session is 120 (Diploma 83,33 BSc Nursing, Post basic Nursing 14.).


Academic Courses :

The college offers five years MBBS course and one year internship training in Anwer Khan Modern Medical College and Hospital as required by Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council leading to MBBS degree from the University of Dhaka. The academic session starts from January of each year or as suggested by the Government of Bangladesh.

The First Professional MBBS Course

The first professional MBBS course is spanned during the first one and half years (January to July of the next year) of the five year course. It is divided into three terms of equal duration (each extending 6 months). The subjects taught during this period are Human Anatomy (650 hours), Human Physiology (380 hours), and Medical Biochemistry (270 hours and community Medicine (70 hours).

The Second Professional MBBS Course

The Second Professional MBBS Course spans for one year after the completion of the First Professional course. That is it extends upto two and half years of the five year course. The subjects taught during this period are Community Medicine (220 hours), Forensic Medicine (180 hours).

The Third Professional MBBS course

The third Professional MBBS course spans for one year after the completion of the Second Professional course. That is it extends upto three and half years of the five year course. The subjects thought during this period are Pathology (270 hours), Microbiology (220 hours) and Forensic Medicine (180 hours).

The Final Professional MBBS course

The final professional MBBS course spans for one and half years after the completion of the Third Professional course. That is it extends upto the end of the five year course. The subjects include Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Internship Training:

Students who successfully pass through the Final Professional MBBS are required to undergo one year compulsory internship training in a BMDC recognized hospital, which of course include Anwer Khan Modern Hospital. An internship certificate mentioning the performance will be issued by the Hospital and Academic authority at the end of the training.

The Professional Examination

During the five years of MBBS course, the University of Dhaka conducts four Professional examinations.



At the end of 1.5 years 1st Professional Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry
At the end of 2.5 years 2nd Professional Community Medicine, Forensic Medicine
At the end of 3.5 years 3rd Professional Pathology, Pharmacology & therapeutics, Microbiology
At the end of 5 years Final Professional Surgery & allied subject, Medicine & allied subject, Gynecology & Obstetrics