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12 Parameters for Considering:
1. CGPA (without additional) SSC+HSC
2. HSC in 2012 superior than 2011
3. CGPA in HSC (without additional)
4. CGPA (with additional) SSC+HSC
5. CGPA (with additional) in HSC
6. GP(Physics+Chemistry+Biology) in HSC
7. GP in Biology in HSC
8. GP in English in HSC
9. GP(Physics+Chemistry+Biology) in SSC
10. GP in Biology in SSC
11. GP in English in SSC
12. Birth date of candidate
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Medical Admission OLD News 2012 From Bdnews24.com: 14-8-2012
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Old News Of Medical Admission 2012
Medical Admission on GPAs – Sun, Aug 12th, 2012 2:05
Medical and dental colleges will enroll students based on their GPAs in the SSC and HSC examinations from this year. The DGHS took the decision to Stop taking Medical admission.
Health Minister AFM Ruhal Haque told bdnews24.com that there would be no admission test from this year.
He said they had taken the decision after discussing with all – medical college principals, deans, and Bangladesh Medical Association leaders – on Sunday. “Students will be enrolled based on their GPAs in public examinations (SSC and HSC),” he said and added that the public examinations are standard enough to pick students by GPAs for medical colleges.
The minister, however, said they were yet to outline the technical details of how those seats would be filled up by thousands of top-graders. “We will finalize it shortly,” he said. Altogether there are 8,493 seats in all medical and dental colleges in Bangladesh. The number is 2,811 in 22 government medical colleges while 4,245 in 53 private medical colleges. The nine public dental colleges and medical colleges’ dental units have 567seats while 14 private dental institutes have 870 seats.
The decision came amid rising number of top GPA holders in public examinations. But experts on medical education said the government should take the decision only after a logical analysis. A former pro-vice-chancellor of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University Prof Rashi-E-Mahbub said before such decision, standards of these public examinations needed to be justified.
“And it should be based on evidence,” he said, “Those who could make up for their small GPA gaps in the admission test might be deprived.” “If competent candidates cannot enroll into the medical colleges, then it will be a great shame for us,” felt Prof Mahbub who once was President of Bangladesh Medical Association. “I want to see a scientific analysis that shows meritorious students would not suffer.” He said the government’s decision might have come from the ‘pain and risk’ of taking admission test of such huge number of candidates. “They don’t have the capacity to manage it,” he said.
Medical Education’s Director Prof Shah Abdul Latif, however, told bdnews24.com that they had data that only a few students with the low GPAs enroll every year. He said they would finalize the details of the criteria shortly. “Initially, we have pointed out 12 criteria for selecting students for the limited seats.”
He said the admission test turned into a trade for a quarter. “They become active before the exams. Now they will be eliminated.”
The Director said they would take application online from GPA 8 graders of the both exams as usual.
For foreign students, he said, “If we convert their GPA then GPA 7 will be equivalent to our GPA 8″. He said students in rural areas would not miss out as the usual 20 percent district quotas would be there.
The government started taking combined medical and dental admission test for both public and private institutions last year.
More than 40,000 students sat the admission test in more than 20 centers across Bangladesh as GPA 8 with a minimum GPA 3.5 in any of the exams is the per-requisite for the test.
The Director General of the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) Khandaker Md Shefaetullah earlier told bdnews24.com that they might limit the number of candidates in the admission test like the engineering university – BUET.
According to the DGHS, there was no medical admission test before 1971 when Bangladesh won independence and it all started in the 1980s.
The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) (Website: dghs.gov.bd) is planning to limit candidates for the combined medical and dental admission test. It will be held on September for both public and private medicals Medical Admission 2012.
A proposal has been sent to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Director General (DG) Khandaker Md Shefaetullah told bdnews24.com.
He said the total number of top GPA holders in SSC and HSC examinations every year have required the rethink.
“It’s a challenge to take exams of a huge number of students. We want to allow three students for each seat to sit the test,” he said, adding the BUET has been following the model for long.
As many as 40,000 students sit the admission test on average every year in more than 20 centres across Bangladesh as the threshold score for being eligible for the test is GPA 8 with a minimum GPA 3.5 in any of the SSC and HSC exams.
The DG said taking test of such a huge number of candidates was a ‘challenging’ task which is ‘pointless in the current context’.
“Thousands of students get extreme GPA, but we allow students to sit the admission test with average GPA-4 in each exam,” he said.
“It’s very tough to observe,” he said, “It (medical admission test) becomes a public examination.” The DG said once the ministry agreed, they would outline the eligibility criteria of students.
Allegations have it that coaching centers attempt to leak question papers every year. Last year, police busted a gang before the admission test on Sep 23 as they were collecting money from students in return for question papers in advance.
The DGHS officials also caught a Bangladesh Government press man as he was leaving with a question paper hidden in his pants after work.
In 2007, several students staged an objection at Central Shaheed Minar in Dhaka after the results of the admission test were out, claiming that the questions were leaked. They argued that to their utter surprise, students even with GPA 3.5 ‘secured seats at Dhaka Medical College, Bangladesh’s top medical college for .
The DG, however, said there were no reports about the question paper leak at any time. “But students with low GPA are likely to make extra effort to get the questions,” he said, “and coaching centers take that advantage for Medical Admission 2012“
Altogether 2,811 seats are up for grabs at 22 government medical colleges while 4,245 seats are available with 53 private medical colleges. The nine public dental colleges and medical colleges’ dental units have 567seats while there are 870 seats in 14 private dental institutes.
Medical Education’s Director Shah Abdul Latif told bdnews24.com they planned to take the exams before the Dhaka University admission tests slated for Oct 12.
Last year, the combined medical and dental admission test for both public and private institutions was held on Sep 23 for the first time. The admission forms were made available online.
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