Rajshahi Medical College Bangladesh – A handful enthusiastic people started a Medical School in Rajshahi city in 1954. A four year course was started leading to diploma LMF (Licentiate of Medical Faculty) offered by the state Medical Faculty, Dhaka. A total of eighty students were admitted in the very first year of its inception. In 1954, the then East Pakistan Government converted it into a government institute, Rajshahi Medical School.
Later on, the government decided to start a five year course leading to MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) degree and as such 1958 Rajshahi Medical College came into being. The Medical College was then housed in a small building of the Barendra Museum. It was later shifted to the present college building. Forty two lady and two foreign students were admitted in the first batch.
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