May 19, 2020
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Nowadays many students are showing interest to study MBBS in Bangladesh. It is very important to choose the right consultant for your study MBBS in Bangladesh guidance. If you are planning to study MBBS in Bangladesh then Pice Educare is one of MBBS admission consultants in Kolkata West Bengal provides the best study MBBS in Bangladesh guidance. If you are searching for MBBS in Bangladesh guidance then this is the right place for you. Here we are going to cover all details about MBBS in Bangladesh admission guidance. In the last 10 years, a lot of students have gone to study MBBS in Bangladesh under our guidance.

 

Eligibility criteria to study MBBS in Bangladesh for Indian students 

First of all, you need to understand the eligibility criteria for study MBBS in Bangladesh for Indian students. Here are the details of MBBS in Bangladesh admission eligibility criteria.

#1. Applicants must have passed qualifying examinations i.e. Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC)/’A’ level or equivalent examination.

#2. Secondary School Certificate (SSC)/’O’ level or equivalent examination passed not before 2017.

#3. HSC/’A’ level or equivalent examination passed not before 2019.

#4. Minimum aggregate GPA in SSC/’O’ level or equivalent and HSC/’A’ level or equivalent: 7.00 (Seven).

#5. Minimum GPA either in SSC/’O’ level or equivalent and in HSC/’A’ level or equivalent: 3.00

#6. Minimum GPA in biology: 3.50

#7. For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in SSC/’O’ level or equivalent exam only, the top 5 subjects are considered. Therefore, GPA in ‘O’ level = (total marks obtained in the top five subjects)/5.

#8. The optional subject shall be considered if GPA is below 5 (five).

For calculation of GPA against the marks obtained in HSC/’A”’ level or equivalent exam, only 3 subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology) are considered. Qualifying Grade in each subject individually is “G”. Therefore, GPA in ‘A’ level = (total marks obtained in three subjects)/3.

 

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    MBBS course fees to study MBBS in Bangladesh for Indian students 

    If you are eligible to apply for studying MBBS in Bangladesh as Indian students then you should have a clear concept about MBBS course fees to study MBBS in Bangladesh.

     

    Generally, MBBS course fees in top medical colleges in Bangladesh vary from 32000 USD to 52000 USD. It may vary from college to college and always depends on the colleges & their infrastructure. If you have decided to study MBBS in Bangladesh then contact us & book your seat for the best MBBS medical college in Bangladesh.

     

    Our services as the best consultants for MBBS admission in Bangladesh guidance 

    If you choose us as your consultant for MBBS admission in Bangladesh guidance then we will provide the best world-class services to you. Here is a list of our services.

    #1. Admission guidance

    #2. Bank loan assistance

    #3. Travel assistance

    #4. Placement services

    #5. Admission on the spot for right eligible candidates

    #6. Reservation of seats in advance

    #7. Accommodation facilities

    #8. Local guardians

    #9. Foreign exchange assistance (Forex)

    #10. VISA assistance

    #11. Discounts in fees structure

    #12. College & University admission process

    #13. All documentations

    #14. The embassy’s all process

    #15. MCI (Medical Council Of India) process

    #16. Airport pick up services

    #17. Career counseling

    #18. 5 + 1 years on-campus support

     

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    Conclusion

    Finally, it is a dream to get a chance at the desired medical college for MBBS admission in Bangladesh. We are sending a huge number of students every year to study MBBS in Bangladesh. If you are searching for the best MBBS admission consultants in India then contact us to get direct MBBS admission in the top medical college in Bangladesh.  We provide the best services for study MBBS in Bangladesh guidance.

     

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