International Medical College & Hospital (IMC) is one of the best medical colleges in Bangladesh which delivers the best medical education. International Medical College Tongi, Bangladesh is establishing in 2000. The college has the vision to become a leading healthcare organization and to position itself as a center of excellence in medical education and research. It aims at attracting brilliant students, teachers, and researchers from all over the world. IMC one of the top choices destination for medical aspirants those who want to complete their higher education from Bangladesh. College provides world-class learning expiries, International Medical College Tongi (IMC) has a highly experienced teacher and doctor. College is best known for its 9acer campus with all the modern facilities and a friendly environment for better learning. IMC collaborates with many other universities Academic Exchange with Kean University, NJ, USA, AIMST University, & ICDDR, B.
International Medical College Bangladesh is recognized by World Health Organization(WHO), National Medical Commission (NMC), National Medical Council (NMC), Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), The Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BM&DC)
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The International Medical College & Hospital (IMCH)is located on the outskirts of the commercial township of Tongi and is about 22 km away from the city center of Dhaka. The major bus stands/terminals, railway station, and Shahjalal International Airport are within a maximum distance of 30 minutes.
The vision of the International Medical College is to become a leading healthcare organization and to position itself as a center of excellence in medical education and research. It aims at attracting brilliant students, teachers, and researchers from all over the world.
International Medical College, along with its Nursing Unit, is established to produce highly capable doctors, nurses, other paramedics, and technical professionals to provide client-centered services and to conduct useful research. As a service organization, International Medical College endeavors to bring changes in the health sector through quality service and through the promotion of sensible behavior of the health professionals towards the distressed communities. The company is looking for specialization in selected disciplines and it also explore for suitable diversification within the scope of the company’s Memorandum and Articles of Association.
The campus stands in a solitary environment amidst green vegetation, spaced villages, and large water bodies. One takes a walk around the campus to take a fresh breath while enjoying the panorama and picturesque that the site offers. Everything combines and converges here to make it a perfect place for learning.
The present campus of the College has an area of about 9 acres of land. The college and all preclinical and para-clinical departments are located in the academic building. The Classrooms, Dissection hall, Laboratories, Museum, Library, and other facilities are appropriately arranged on various floors of the Academic Building.
International Medical College Hospital (IMCH) is the academic hospital of the College. It is a 650 bedded multidisciplinary Hospital Complex that is located in proximity to the College building.
Allied Institutes/Units of IML
IML started only with IMC running an MBBS course. But it did not stop there. As time passes by, the growth of IML enhances by opening its newer and newer wings. Presently, IML is operating the following allied institutes or units along with IMC:
After starting with the B. Sc Nursing course in 2007, the unit introduced Post Basic B. Sc Nursing in 2014. It has grown as a full-fledged center for quality nursing education and training. Consequently, the government recognized it as ‘International Nursing College’. Hopefully, it will also be approved as a college from the University of Dhaka very soon. This unit has recently got approval for three more courses: M. Sc in Nursing, Diploma in Nursing Science, and Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery.
This unit started in 2013. It runs a 4 year-long course of B. Sc in Laboratory Technology.
iii) Kryterion Testing Centre (KTC):
This centre is a part of Kryterion Testing Network (KTN) – an international assessment body. As a local branch of KTC, it conducts various online examinations for different professionals.
IMC always gives preference to students’ affairs on a priority basis. Since we believe that a tranquil, soothing lodging is an inevitable necessity especially for medical students, we have arranged well-furnished accommodations for male and female students in two separate hostels. Three-storied Boys’ Hostel is located on the bank of the lake inside the campus. The newly built three-storied Girls’ Hostel is situated beside the College building. There are separate blocks for foreign male and female students. Both the hostels are adequately furnished with articles needed for everyday living and entertainment. Well-trained cooks for both local and foreign students are provided by the College for both the hostels.
Students not residing in the hostels are provided with pick-up and drop-off facilities from certain points in the city. A special transport facility is provided twice a month to the students residing in the hostels to go to the city for shopping or other related activities.
Beautification of the Campus
The sprawling College campus is situated at a place having scenic beauty. Recently a lake has been excavated within the campus which has added greater beauty to the picturesque view of the campus. Further beautification of the campus is going on and a massive landscaping program has been undertaken by following the architectural design prepared by renowned architects of the country.
College regularly arranges sports, cultural functions, annual picnics, and other entertainment events for the students. Debating competitions are also held periodically.
The academic Faculty of the college consists of about 104 members comprising of distinguished academicians with proven teaching and research excellence. Each department and discipline is headed by a professor/associate professor who leads his team to conduct the courses and prepare the students to become future doctors.
There is a carefully drawn master plan to develop this college as multi-dimensional teaching and training institute for medical education. Initially, the college started with only MBBS course and gradually following programs are being initiated:
Tongi is a major township in Gazipur, Bangladesh, with a population of 350,000. It hosts the Biswa Ijtema and features a BSCIC industrial area, which produces BDT 1500 crore of industrial products annually, and marks the northern border of Dhaka since 1786. Tongi Shahid Memorial School compound is the mass burial site of the genocide in the Liberation War of Bangladesh.
Mir Jumla II (1660–1663) built a fort to protect the northern entry of Dhaka during his reign as a Mughal subadar (1660–1663). The subadar also built a bridge over the river Turag. Mir Jumla constructed a road, now a part of the Dhaka-Mymensingh highway, that connected Tongi with Bag-e-Badshahi. It served as an axis of urban growth in the 19th and 20th centuries as sites for the establishment of new urban settlements – Gulshan (formed in 1961), Banani (in 1964), Baridhara (in 1972), and Uttara (in 1965) – were picked off the highlands along that axis road.
In 1786, Tongi-Jamalpur was designated as the northern boundary of Dhaka by the East India Company, reaffirmed by John Taylor, the first English Commercial Resident of Dhaka in 1800.