Ad-din Women’s Medical College( AWMC)
The announcement- Ad-din Women’s Medical College( AWMC) lot is positioned within the demesne of announcement- noise Medical College Hospital at 2 Bara Maghbazar, Dhaka.
The academic structure has been adequately equipped to accommodate lecture apartments, analysis halls, laboratories and galleries. Each department has been handed with computers and Internet installations including access to scanners, multimedia and other audio-visual aids.
Affiliation of Ad-din Women’s Medical College( AWMC)
The council attained-
authorization by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh( Ref. No. ShaPoKoMo/ ChiShiJo/ BeSoMeKo O DeKoHa- 1/ 2008/ 765, dated26.10.2008),
cooperation by the University of Dhaka( Ref. Sharokno. 40/ Ko Po, dated05.01.2009) and
recognition by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council – BM&DC( Ref. Sharok no. BM&DC/ 13- D-2011/2084, dated7.3.2012
Vision of Ad-din Women’s Medical College( AWMC)
The vision of the Ad-din Women’s Medical College( AWMC) is to aspire to achieve public and transnational recognition for its quality education and capability in developing graduate croakers with the essential knowledge, skill and professionalism to successfully continue their service and pursue a career to serve the nation more through health creation, complaint forestallment, treatment and medical exploration.
Mission of Ad-din Women’s Medical College( AWMC)
The charge of the College is to engender quality croakers who would contain essential knowledge, skill and professionalism as specified by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council( BM & DC) and are suitable of good medical practice with the habit of life-long knowledge, would retain the capability to work in different working situations and be future leaders of the public health care system, would help in meeting the health care and disquisition conditions of the country.
The undergraduate students graduating from the Medical College should-
be competent in diagnosis and management of common health problems, commensurate with her/his position as a member of the health team at the primary, secondary or tertiary levels using her/his clinical skills based on history, physical examination and relevant investigations.
be competent to practice preventive, curative and rehabilitative medicine in respect to the commonly encountered health problems.
be familiar with different therapeutic modalities and be confident with the administration of the “essential drugs” and their common side effects.
be able to appreciate the social, psychological, cultural, economic and environmental factors affecting health and develop an empathetic and sensitive attitude in discharging professional responsibilities.
possess the attitude for continued self learning and seeking further expertise or pursuing research in any chosen area of health care.
be familiar with basic factors, which are essential for the implementation of the National Health Policy/ Programs including practical aspects of the following :
– reproductive and child health program.
– prevention and control of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
– health promotion and behavior changes in disease control.
– environmental sanitation and climate change.
– health in different work places.
acquire basic management skills in the area of human resources, materials and resource management related to health care delivery.
be able to identify public health problems and learn to work to resolve these by designing and instituting corrective steps and evaluating outcome of such measures.
be able to work as a member of the health care team and acquire proficiency in communication skill.
be competent to work in a variety of health care settings.
have personal characteristics and attitudes required for professional life such as personal integrity, sense of responsibility and reliability and ability to relate to and show concern for other individuals.
All efforts will be made to equip the medical graduates acquiring the detailed skills and competencies as prescribed by the Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BM&DC) Regulations.
1st Professional Exam (18 Months)
2nd Professional Exam (12 Months)
3rd Professional Exam (12 Months)
–Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Final Professional Exam (18 Months)
–Medicine and Allied Subjects
–Surgery and Allied Subjects
–Gynaecology and Obstetrics
Teachers are responsible for
following the principles of good professional practice and ethics and be a role model for the students.
developing the skills to be a competent teacher and guide to the students whom they are teaching.
supervising the progress of students’ learning and taking active part in mentorship program to help the students learn the skills and achieve competence while ensuring the safety of the patient.
assessing the students’ performance objectively and constructively so as to improve their knowledge and skills.
pursuing matters related to teaching which are of paramount importance for the clinical teachers and carrying out practices which are learner-friendly and non-compromising to patient’s safety.
Students are responsible for
attending all teaching sessions, completing all assignments given by the faculty and maintaining academic discipline and being punctual.
executing their own learning and achieving the objectives set by the Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC).
ensuring the patients’ safety by working within the limits of their respective competencies.
maintaining a cordial relationship with peers, hospital employees engaged in patient service and the community at large.
engaging in continuous self-improvement based on the systematic evaluation of their learning by the teachers, accepting positive criticism and mitigating self-deficiencies with the assistance of their teachers/mentors
Conduct, Discipline, Uniform and College hours
All students are required to abide by the rules and regulations of the college. Non-adherence to these rules and regulations will render the student liable to disciplinary action, which may range from issuing a warning to expulsion from the College.
Students are forbidden to organize any union, association or society other than those set up by the college authority in order to enrich their physical, intellectual and ethical development.
Students are required to follow the moral codes and attend moral classes.
Regular prayers, as prescribed in the religion, are encouraged for every Muslim student.
Communication with Guardians
Constructive advice from the parents on College affairs is welcomed. Parents are informed regularly about their daughters’ academic performance and class attendance.
They are also invited to put forward suggestions to improve the performance of the students.
Students are required to follow the dress code specified by the college authority.
From 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM; Saturday to Thursday.
Transfer from this four Medical College to any other private medical college are is valid.
All students are to attend classes in the prescribed uniform as specified by the College authority.
All students are to carry their identity cards when they are within the College and Hospital premises.
Attendance of 75% is mandatory for being eligible to appear in College and University examinations. Attendance will be evaluated quarterly.
If any student attends less than 75% of the classes in a quarter, she shall have to pay a fine of Tk. 10,000.00 unless there are explanatory circumstances. Moreover, she will not be allowed to sit for any periodic examinations.
Students found absent from classes for a continuous period of one month without satisfactory reason or prior permission shall lose college studentship. Such a student may gain re-admission by paying a fee of Taka 25,000.00.
Absence from classes individually or in group or en-masse without prior information or without valid reasons is a punishable offence by imposition of a daily fine of Tk. 500.00 individually.
Putting up posters on the walls of the college premises is prohibited.
Closing of College and Hospital gates or doors and creating obstacles to the normal functioning of the College or the Hospital are acts of gross indiscipline where students involved in such acts are liable to be expelled from the College.
All types of demonstration, procession, shouting in the College and Hospital premises are prohibited, where students involved are liable to be expelled from the College.
Students state their problems, grievances and inconvenience to their designated advisor or guide teacher. The advisor or guide teacher solves the problems of the students or refer them to the Principal.
Statements of the problems, grievances and inconveniences by the students must be in an orderly and disciplined manner.
Any act of indiscipline on the part of any student including violence, usage of abusive or objectionable language or creating unpleasant situation in the college campus will make the students liable to be punished by expulsion from the College.
Release of a student for admission into a govt. medical college will be entertained following replacement of a student of a medical college under same university or, payment of charges and tuition fees of remaining years of the course to the college as compensation.
Every student shall provide for her/himself all the prescribed text books, dissecting instruments, medical equipment etc. The college will not supply these to the students.
Cost of loss, damage to college/ hospital property is liable to be realized from the student found responsible for the loss/ damage.
All payments including course fee, session charge, tuition fees, etc. are non-refundable.
College authority will not take responsibility for the students’ residential accommodation and transport, however, available seats in the hostel will be allocated first come first serve basis.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere within the College and Hospital premises.
Those who are found involved in anti-social activities or violation of college discipline are liable to be punished up to expulsion from the college.
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Students of Ad-din Women’s Medical College get ample opportunities to participate in varieties of cultural activities.
The college Co-curricular activities is paced in such a way as to allow students to develop their cultural talents, publish wall magazine, music, dance, debate etc.
The excellent facilities at the auditorium and gallery offer opportunities for such activities.
The exceptional facilities offer students a large stage to build their interactive, organizational and cultural strengths through events and shows.