The Course is organized by the National Institute of diseases of the Chest and Hospital. The course is divided into three parts and classes for Part-1 are held in DMCH. Classes of Part-II are organized by DMCH and NIDCH. Classes for Part-III are organized by NIDCH.


Procedure for admission into the course
Applications are invited for admission into the courses of the Institute in national news papers by the Director and the candidates are to apply accordingly. For DTCD course applications are invited in April (July session) and for MD courses in October (January session). Application forms are available from the office of the Director on a cash payment of 50.00 (Fifty Taka) only for each application form which is non refundable. Candidates are to apply in the prescribed application forms along with the documents demanded to the Director before the expiry of the last date of receiving the application form. The Government doctors have to apply through proper channel but they may sent an advance copy of the application.

Selection of the candidates:
Candidates for admission into the courses are selected absolutely on merit basis. All the candidates are to appear initially in a written examination held at NIDCH on specific date. Candidates qualifying are allowed to appear for a viva-voce examination. Candidates are selected on the basis of combined results of the written and viva examination.

Students accommodation:
A dormitory type accommodation for 20 students are available in the Institute but unfortunately no accommodation is available for the female students. No accommodation is available for the dependents/Spouses of students.

Provision for foreign and private students;
The majority of the students admitted into NIDCH are government deputed doctors. However, foreign and private medical doctors can be admitted subject to fulfillment of the certain requirements. Foreign students enroll here through respective Mission, Embassy and WHO in Bangladesh as per rules laid down by the Government. Private students are admitted on self-finance basis.




PART-I (Basic Medical Science)
paper-I Anatomy:
i) Gross anatomy                                                                         25 Lectures
   a) General                                                                                  10 Lectures
b) Kidney and Urinary Bladder
   c) Heart and Blood Vessels
   d) Nervous system
   e) Respiratorysystem
ii) Development Anatomy                                                           5 Lectures
iii) History                                                                                      5 Lectures
iv) Applied Anatomy                                                                     5 Lectures