Private Medical Colleges in Nepal
Colleges Affiliated With Kathmandu University (KU)|
| Birat Medical College, Biratnagar|
| College of Medical Sciences, Bharatpur|
| Devdaha Medical College, Devdaha|
| Kathmandu Medical College, Kathmandu|
| Lumbini Medical College, Palpa |
| Manipal College of Medical Sciences, Pokhara|
| Nepal Medical College, Kathmandu|
| Nepalgunj Medical College, Nepalgunj|
| Nobel Medical College, Biratnagar|
| School of Medical Sciences, Kathmandu University||
Government Medical Colleges in Nepal
Institute of Medicine (IOM), Kathmandu
|Affiliation||Tribhuwan University |
|Recognition||Recognised by Nepal Medical Council |
|MBBS (Intake)||76 |
|Year Established||1972 |
|Address||OFFICE OF THE DEAN|
INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
P.O.BOX 1524, KATHMANDU
Tribhuwan International Airport at Kathmandu is well connected by direct flight from Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Varanasi and Bangalore.
By Rail and Road:
- Via Sunauli Border Crossing
Most people going overland from north India to Nepal pass through the Sunauli border to Bhairahawa in central Nepal, accessible from Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh. Gorakhpur is well connected by rail with major cities in India.
- Via Raxaul Border Crossing
The Raxaul border crossing to Birganj in central Nepal is accessible from Patna in Bihar. It's most convenient for anyone traveling from Bihar or Kolkata. There are direct trains from Kolkata, Delhi to Raxaul.
- Via Panitanki Border Crossing
The Panitanki border crossing, to Kakarbhitta in far eastern Nepal, is accessible from Siliguri and Bagdogra airport in West Bengal. It's most utilized by people traveling from Darjeeling, Kolkata, Sikkim and the rest of northeast India. Silliguri/ New Jalpaiguri is well connected by rail with all over India.
- Via Banbasa Border Crossing
This border crossing, at Banbasa in Uttarakhand, is the most westerly crossing into Nepal from India. It's the quickest route from Delhi to Kathmandu. Banbasa can be reached from Barielly, Rudrapur, or Haldwani in Uttarakhand (3 hours).
|Hostel Info||Medical College provide accommodation facilities to its boy and girl students separately in its premise. |
|More Info||Maharajgunj Medical Campus (MC) at Maharajgunj, Kathmandu is one of the nine campuses of the Institute of Medicine (IoM). Since its upgradation to the status of a campus of IoM from the Auxiliary Health Worker’s School in 1972, MC has, during the span of just over two decades, played a significant role in conducting academic programmes for the development of different categories of Human Resources for Health (HRH) in Nepal. Of the twenty-nine academic programmes that the IoM runs to date, twenty-five consisting of eighteen postgraduate, four undergraduate and three certificate programmes (about ninty percent of the educational activities of the IoM) are being conducted at MC. In its endeavour to create competent and diverse Human Resources for Health. HRH, ranging from a Primary health Care worker to a Medical Specialist for rendering primary to tertiary health care in the country. MC has indeed taken a long stride in the field of medical education in Nepal.
The establishment of Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH) in 1983 near to MC premise, made the fact very clear imparting medical education does require a teaching hosital for facilitating teaching-learning activities effectively. With the establishment of TUTH, MC acquired the full status of the First Medical School in Nepal. Since then, MC not only became responsible for imparting medical education but also started to provide tertiary health care to all those coming to THTH. The faculty of medicine here played a dual role- that of a medical teacher and a medical specialist.