Kumudini Women’s Medical College

established in 2001

Kumudini Women’s Medical College (KWMC) was established within the umbrella of Kumudini Welfare Trust in 2001. The aim is to materialize the dream of the founder by enrolling enthusiastic, dedicated and academically gifted female students who would pursue education which meet their needs and respond to the demand and opportunities of medicine, science, ethics and public policy. KWMC therefore recruits academically outstanding and culturally diverse students from Bangladesh and beyond. The college creates a rich supportive environment in which all students can attain their educational goals.

The college is committed to providing excellent medical education programs that produce skilled, compassionate and caring physicians who are proficient in the science and art of medicine, dedicated to the ethical and social principles of the profession and committed to a lifetime of continued learning.

The college campus constitutes a major area of the ‘Kumudini Complex’ – the campus of the Kumudini Welfare Trust at Mirzapur with 110 acres of land with greeneries.

The campus includes:

·     Medical College Building

·     Hospital Building

·     Hostel Buildings (6 multistoried hostels)

·     Student Mess and Canteen with a separate Dining for International students

 

·     Accommodation for Academic and Clinical Staff

Total Fees in US$ – 43000$

1st Year Total Payment – 15000$

Hostel Fees – Included

Indian Processing Fee – 1500$

Indian processing fee Includes – Counseling Fee, Admission, Visa, Document Translation & Travel Assistance (including one way Air ticket) to the University, Assistance in all Local registration (including Police Registration), Medical Check up Assistance etc.

 

The College is fully residential and has adequate residential accommodation for all the enrolled students. It has separate dining rooms, study rooms and club rooms. There are five hostels with a total of 1011 seats. One of the hostels is for the foreign students with air condition & refrigerator facilities. A modern hostel complex with six buildings are under constructions with shall accommodate 1440 students.

Students at Anwer Khan Modern Medical College experience a vibrant and safe environment. The College offers separate accommodation to male and female students. The rooms are offered on a twin sharing basis and are fully-furnished with a central heating and cooling system.