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Whether the Devdaha Medical College & Research Institue ( DMCRI ) is affilaited to Kathamandu University ?

Yes, the Devdaha Medical College & Research Institue ( DMCRI ) is affilaited to Kathamandu University.

What are the courses being offered by the Devdaha Medical College & Research Institue ( DMCRI )?

The Devdaha Medical College & Research Institue ( DMCRI ) offers M.B.B.S, Nursing.

What is the medium of instruction?

Medium of instruction in Colleges/Institutes is mainly English.

Whether Hostel facility is available?

Yes.

How do I send the application and required documents?

Application along with required documents and application fee as mentioned in the checklist of the application, can be sent by post/courier/speed post to the following address:

The Registrar,

Devdaha  Medical College & Research Institute Pvt. Ltd.

Bhaluhi, Devdaha -8 Rupendehi  , Nepal

Phone No :-   +977- 071-403001, 403002, 403003  

Email :-  d
evdahamedicalcollege@gmail.com 

You first scan the application and the required documents and forward it to: devdahamedicalcollege@gmail.com and then forward the original application by post/courier/speed post to the above address.

Once I apply what will happen?

Once you send in your application along with the required documents and application fee, we will register it and an application number will be allotted. Application number will be informed to you by e.mail. In the e.mail, we will also inform you as to when we will be offering the admission letter or if we require some additional information, we will write to you.

Is there any entrance exam for Foreign/NRI Quota?

No. There is no entrance exam for foreign/NRI quota. Admissions to the MBBS course is based on merit as per the grades/marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the 10+2 or equivalent examination. For all other courses, admission is based on first come basis provided student meets the eligibility requirements.

On whose name the payments are to be made?

The payments are not accepted by cash. The fees payable to the Devdaha Medical College & Research Institue  should be made by  demand draft / cheque drawn on any nationalized bank in favour of "The Registrar, Devdaha Medical College & Research Institue ,Butawal " payable at Butawal.

Can i get bank loan and to what extent?

As per RBI regulation, an Indian student pursuing education abroad can obtain bank loan upto 15 lacs INR. Since the cost of the entire program is much less, the entire amount can be funded from bank loan.

What is the course duration?

In some colleges 4/½ years, and in some colleges it is 5 years of study and 1 year internship.

Where can i do my internship?

You can do it in the college in Nepal. They also allow you to do it in your homeland. All the district hospitals are recognized by the government and on due certification the college shall confer the final MBBS Degree. After completing 4 ½ yrs of study the student can go to his home land and get provisional registration immediately. The student can appear in the screening test after provisional registration and do the internship simultaneously. After clearing the screening test and completing the internship the student will receive the permanent registration number and can practice or do government job any where in his home country or abroad

Can i do MS/MD, i mean Post Graduation there?

Yes, on successful completion of MBBS you can pursue PG Course there.

What will be the procedure of admission for MBBS course in Nepal?

First you have to obtain eligibility from MCI. Then you may apply for admission. After registration and application process is duly completed, your visa application will be processed by the college. You will get the admission confirmation letter and the joining letter within 10 days after applying for admission.

Is DMCRI is recognized in India?

DMCRI is affiliated to the Kathmandu University and is recognised by the Nepal Medical Council. This recognition automatically allows a student graduating out of DMCRI to be eligible to practice in a particular country provided the student has passed the qualifying medical examination of  the concerned country e.g. USMLE, ACT XVI , MCI qualifying examination, PLAB UK etc.

Currently Medical Council of India (MCI) regulations stipulates that all students studying MBBS programme from Medical Colleges outside India and wanting to practice in India after completion of their programme, need to appear for a "Screening Test". 

May I get more information on screening test conducted by Medical Council of India?
  1. Screening test is an examination conducted by Medical Council of India. It is an eligibility test conducted by Medical Council of India for registration of successful candidates who pass the screening test. The test consists of three papers of multiple choice questions in Pre-Clinical, Para-Clinical and Clinical Medicine and its allied subjects including Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 
     
  2. The screening test is conducted in English. The test duration for each paper will be of three hours. Students have to obtain 50% marks in each paper separately in order to pass the eligibility test.
     
  3. The “Screening test” is conducted by the National Board of Education (NBE), New Delhi. This exam is conducted twice a year; on last Saturday / Sunday of September and on last Saturday / Sunday of  March.
     
  4. Once a student passes the “screening test” he/she needs to file their papers with the MCI, which will provide a Registration Number and one can now legally practice in India.
     
  5. A sincere student can pass the Screening Test in the 1st attempt. The Pass mark is 50%.
     
  6. The test is a QUALIFYING test similar to class 12. It is NOT an ELIMINATION test such as IIT, where only the top 2-3000 students get admission, irrespective of the marks. Here all that one has to do is to get 50% and one can pass the screening test.
     
  7. Students should NOT be worried of the screening test if they have studied in class. 
     
  8. Study material & coaching is available for screening test if needed. DMCRI has also begun the practice of coaching students to enable them prepare for the screening test.

 

What is the eligibility criteria for getting admission for Indian Students?

The Medical Council of India (MCI) has made it mandatory that all Indian students who are desirous of seeking admission in any foreign medical institution, shall be required to obtain an "Eligibility Certificate" from the MCI under the Eligibility Certificate Regulations 2002, before they are admitted in any foreign medical institution whether recognized under section 12 or under section 13 of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. This is mandatory should the student intend to return to India upon successful completion of his/her MBBS programme and commence medical practice in India. 

There is a prescribed form to apply for eligibility certificate; form can be downloaded from MCI website:www.mciindia.org. Students who applied for the eligibility certificate have obtained the same from the Medical Council of India. The request for issue of Eligibility Certificate shall be made by the candidate in the Performa prescribed by the Council and shall be accompanied by the original certificate/mark-sheet (along with Photostat copy) of the qualifying examination. The original certificate is returned to the candidate after verifying the same with the Photostat copy which is retained by the Council. The application is to be accompanied by a Demand Draft (Rs.1000/-) for the specified sum in favor of Secretary, Medical Council of India, New Delhi. The fee is fixed by MCI. Details & checklist of documents required are available in the website.

Who is eligible for an Eligibility Certificate?

Any Indian citizen who has attained the age of 17 years and has passed 10+2 Level from any recognized Council/Board of India or abroad. He/She must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology as elective subjects and obtained minimum 50% in aggregate of PCB combined. Also must have studies and passed English as a compulsory subject.

Am I eligible to practice Medicine in India after completing my MBBS at DMCRI ?

Yes! All graduates from DMCRI, like any foreign University medical graduate, will be eligible to practice medicine in India on clearing the screening test that is conducted by the National Board of Education (NBE)

Is there special coaching given to the students at DMCRI for the MCI screening test?

Yes! At DMCRI students are trained for various international medical licensure exams like the USMLE (USA) and PLAB (UK), including the MCI screening test.

Can I get a job in a Government Hospital or allied medical institutions in India?

Yes, after clearing the screening test & getting your registration with the State or Central Medical Council you are eligible for any government appointment. In order to work as a medical practitioner you have to appear for MCI's screening test. Upon clearing the screening test you are eligible for registration as a doctor and allowed to practice on par with all other doctors.

Is there any arrangement for Indian food at DMCRI?

Yes, the mess in the campus provides a variety of Indo-Nepali Vegetarian / Non-Vegetarian food.

Where is DMCRI situated? How do I reach Nepal from India?
  1. You can reach DMCRI either by road or travelling by air.
     
  2. DMCRI is located in BUTAWAL.
     
  3. If you are coming from India, on reaching Gorakhpur travel by taxi to Sanauli Border of Nepal. (2 hrs journey)
     
  4. Fly from Kathmanduto Bhairahawa and then drive from Bhairahawa to Butwal, or drive all the way to Pokhara to Butwal or from Narayanghat to Butwal.
     
  5. Many tourists chose to visit Butwal after visiting Lumbini, the Birth Place of Buddha.
     
  6. The airfare from Kathmandu to Bhairahawa is about INR 2000, and a bus ticket from Bhairahawa to Butwal is about INR 10, and a bus ticket from Kathmandu to Butwal is about INR 200.
     
  7. No documents are necessary by road.
     
  8. Nepal is very well connected. Kathmandu is the entry point while flying in. For students from other countries, Kathmandu is well connected by air while for Indian students flights are available from Delhi and Kolkata.
     
  9. For more information, feel free to write into us at: devdahamedicalcollege@gmail.com