The Medical Admission Result PDF is now available to download. The list of successful candidates has been published on the official website of Bangladesh medical admission. To view the result, you will need your application roll number and PIN number. The PDF contains the names of all the successful candidates along with their allotted colleges. If you are among the lucky ones, congratulations!
Make sure to accept your offer letter and join your college as soon as possible. If you did not make it into this year’s admission cycle, don’t lose heart – there are plenty of other opportunities available for you in the field of medicine. Keep checking our website for updates on future cycles. We wish you all the best!
DGHS GOV BD MBBS Result 2022
Bangladesh General Health Services (DGHS) has published the results of the National Board of Medical Examinations (NBME) examination.
The DGHS announced that the passing rate for first time takers was only 54%. This low success rate may be due to the rigor of the exam, which is designed to measure whether or not a candidate is ready to enter into practice. However, it also could be indicative of a lack of preparation on the part of Bangladeshi students.
Medical Admission Result 2022 Published by dghs.gov.bd
The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) has published the medical admission result for the academic year 2022. The selection process was highly competitive, with over 120,000 students vying for just over 5,000 places.
The successful candidates will begin their studies at one of Bangladesh’s top medical schools in September. Congratulations to all those who have been selected! For more information, please visit dghs.gov.bd/admission-result/2022/. Thank you for your interest in Bangladeshi healthcare education!
On July 5, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) published the results for the MBBS Exam 2018. This year, a total of 52,717 students sat for the exam, out of which only 5,655 passed.
Interestingly, there was a significant increase in the number of female students who sat for the exam this year – from 31% in 2017 to 38% in 2022. However, only 3,362 female students passed the exam this year, compared to 2,293 male students.