Tairunnessa Memorial Medical College
Tairunnessa Memorial Medical College & Hospital is an institution of Tairunnessa Memorial Medical Centre Limited. Since its inception, Tairunnessa Memorial Medical Centre has been playing an important role in developing human resources for health in Bangladesh.
Shamsul HaqueWith the initiative of its Founder Chairman M. Shamsul Hoque, it started its journey with a small outpatient department, at Konia, Gazipur which over the years has turned into an impressive prestigious hospital and research complex – TMMC Hospital, with 500 bedded multidisciplinary hospital complex – has been recognized nationally and internationally as a center of excellence for heart diseases and research.
To maintain the reputation of TMMC Medical Centre in the field of higher education and research and to remain at the forefront of healthcare services, technology, and education – increasing the need for highly motivated professionally competent manpower for the health sector can hardly be emphasized. It is in this context, the founder chairman decided to establish Tairunnessa Memorial Medical colleges and develop it as a center of excellence, so as to demonstrate a high standard of graduate education in Medicine, so badly needed in the country. The chairman also resolved to name the college after his mother, late Tairunnessa, a great social reformer.
Tairunnessa Memorial Medical College is geared towards providing excellent broad-based education with a focus on professional development for the students to equip them with knowledge, skill, and attitude necessary not only to address the priority health problems of the community but also to acquire a firm basis for future training and studies. Helping students to Acquire a KNOWLEDGE and UNDERSTANDING of health and its promotion, and of diseases. Their prevention and management, in the context of the whole individual and his or her place in the family and the society.
Admission Process for MBBS Education
The application form, prospectus, and other information are available at the office of Tairunnessa Memorial Medical College, and the completed application form and relevant documents must be submitted to the office by the candidate or his/her representative in person within the announced date and time.
Document to be attached
The students need to apply in the prescribed form which can be collected from the principal’s office. The completed form, along with the documents is to be submitted on or before the date as declared in the advertisement.
- Attested photocopies of the transcripts of SSC and HSC or equivalent Examinations.
- Attested photocopies of the certificate/testimonial of SSC and HSC or equivalent Examination.
- Four copies of recent passport size attested photographs.
- Nationality certificate from Chairman of the Union Parishad/Ward Commissioner of Metropolitan City of National ID Card.
- Money receipt of the purchased admission form.
- The admission form must be completed properly.
- Admit card from DG Health.
- Merit Score and Position of the exam taken by DG Health.
Accreditation and Recognition
The Tairunnessa Memorial Medical College and Hospital is officially recognized by various medical bodies mentioned below:
- World Health Organization (WHO).
- Govt. of Bangladesh.
- Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BMDC).
- The University of Dhaka.
- Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
- National Medical Commission (NMC).
Location and Campus
The present campus of the college is located, 9 KM from The Shahjala Internation Airport, at Konia of Gazipur City ( near Boardbazar ), the medical college, including the hospital, stands on the Dhaka-Mymensingh highway-just outside the capital city. The administrative offices and academic departments are housed on a campus surrounded by a picturesque lush green environment of the area. The buildings are well furnished and suitably equipped to accommodate classrooms, seminars, dissection hall, laboratories, museum, library, students’ common rooms, and snack shop.
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