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Nepalgunj Medical College

Affiliated to Kathmandu University and Recognised by Nepal Medical Council
Surkhet Road , Chisapani
Phone-No: 00977-81-529112
Fax: 00977-81-529116
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About College: Nepalgunj Medical College is under the head of Lord Buddha Educational Academy: B.P. Chowk, Nepalgunj, Nepal, Telephone: (O) (00977-81) 521572 / 522932,(R) (00977-81) 520834,Facsimile:(O) (00977-81)521152

Category Duration Seats Opening Date Hostel
Medical 4.5 Years NA y

Course Name:


in Nepalgunj Medical College
Course Description:
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Eligibility and Selection Procedure for MBBS in Nepalgunj Medical College

1. The student should have completed the qualifying examination of an Intermediate Level i.e. 10+2 in science or equivalent examination acceptable to Kathmandu University with minimum 50% marks in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology in aggregate and 50% marks in entire qualifying examination. 2. Age: The minimum age for the admission for MBBS is seventeen (17) years old as on 31st July in the year of admission.

How To Apply:
Application Procedure for MBBS in Nepalgunj Medical College

Application form & Prospectus can be obtained from college Offices by Paying Rs. 500/- IC Cash or D.D. in favour of "LORD BUDDHA EDUCATIONAL ACADEMY LTD," payable al Central Bank of India, Rupaidiha Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh.

Closing Date:
Selection on the basis of following criteria: 1. Nepalese students must qualify at the KUMET conducted by Kathmandu University in July – August, 2. Indian and other expatriate: The admission is strictly based on merit. The merit is determined by the marks obtained in the qualifying examination (10+2 or equivalent) and the marks obtained in the interview. Since the seats are limited. "First come first serve" policy is adopted.