MBBS in Nepal

Nepal is one of the fastest developing nations with a flourishing education sector. Lapped in the midst of the spectacular Himalayas, many students are going to pursue MBBS in Nepal. As Nepal is a developing nation, it means opportunities are also in the making and the nation as a whole is walking towards the path of progress, gradually. Needless to say, medical education in Nepal has been grabbing the attention of numerous medical students for the last few years and reasons deserve to be mentioned.

Advantages of MBBS education in Nepal:

1. A high number of MCI approved medical colleges are present in Nepal and this provides liberty to apply in your choicest colleges.

2. The MBBS course in Nepal is the same as the one followed in India.

3. The presence of world-class faculty in terms of highly qualified teachers and professors has also contributed towards popularizing MBBS education in Nepal.

4. Most of the medical colleges have affordable MBBS course fees in Nepal.

5. One of the main plus points is that Nepal is nearby to India and so students can travel to and fro without much expenditure.

6. Nepal has cuisines that are similar to what is found in India so abroad students won’t face any problem with food.

7. The accommodation facilities are affordable in Nepal. So a student from any financial background can find his/her suitable accommodation.


1. The candidate must be 17 years and above to pursue MBBS in Nepal.

2. The student must have completed his/her 12 years of education with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology as the main subjects and should secure a minimum of 50% and above in these subjects.

3. The students must have an aggregate of 50% in general.

4. The student must secure qualifying marks in the MBBS entrance exams help by numerous universities in Nepal.

5. Eligibility certificate issued by MCI is a must for Indian students who want to study MBBS in Nepal.

In 2018, many students were waiting to appear for their NEET exam. Unfortunately, they were completely misled as they missed out on the application deadline in most of the MBBS abroad universities. As a result, they were compelled to lose one year unnecessarily.

But this time, let such a situation not occur in your life!

Have a back-up plan always ready in your hand. In case you pass your NEET exam in 2019, there is no need to apply for MBBS abroad. But if you don’t pass, don’t lose all your hopes because you can still apply for MBBS in Nepal and pursue it to fulfill your dream.

Thus should you wish to pursue your medical study in Nepal, contact Pice Educare, one of the leading study abroad consultants in India.

How to Apply for IOM Entrance Exam (for Indian Student): The mode of application is online and it is available on IOM official website www.iom.edu.np. Visit: http://iom.edu.np


National Medical College

One of the best choice for studying MBBS in Nepal, National Medical College was established in the year 2001, promoted by the “National Medical College Company Pvt. Ltd.” under the Chairmanship of Dr. Jainuddin Ansari, an outstanding surgeon who has earned national and international credentials for the promotion of Medico-Social services. National Medical College is one of the best medical colleges in Nepal, in fact the number one among all medical colleges in terms of infrastructure, academic facilities and modern sophisticated medical equipments.



National Medical College, affiliated with the world renowned Tribhuban University, Kathmandu, Nepal and recognized by Nepal Medical Council, is an international institution for Medical Education. The college aims to produce the most competent and knowledgeable medical doctors and Para-medicals for meeting the growing demands of technical manpower of the country in particliar and of the “Global Village” in general. In addition, the college has also in its mission to perform scientific research and provide with quality health services to the sick and the needy. The College is committed to obtain the highest academic place among all the medical colleges in the country by enriching the inquisitive minds of its students with the latest research findings and most up-to-date and advanced scientific knowledge and information on the Medical & Nursing subjects. The College not only equips its students with adequate latest medical and scientific skills and know-how on the subject for performing successflily their duties but also has its mission to nourish and nurture its students in such a way that they always remain benevolent, compassionate and sympathetic to their patients while performing their professional duties, “the Messia has for the sick and the needy”.


National Medical College is situated at the South-eastern Sub-metropolitan city of Birgunj, the commercial Capital of Nepal, along the Indo-Nepal border. The college campus is only 3 kms away from the Indian border town of Raxali (in Bihar State) which is well connected with most major cities and towns of India by road and railway. Birgunj has good road linkage with most cities and towns of Nepal. It is a matter of just 15 minutes flight to Kathmandu, the national capital.


Infrastructure and facilities, in adequate quantity and of high quality, is key factors for a Medical College to attain and sustain Excellency in Medical Education and Health Services. National Medical College has the world class physical infrastructure and manpower, equipments of most advance and sophisticate technology. The college gives utmost priority to develop and have proper management of all necessary facilities for academic, extra-curricliar and recreational activities of the students.


The physical infrastructure of the 1050 bedded Teaching Hospital of National Medical College has been designed and built to suite the international standards with all the essential and desirable facilities. The hospital complex houses many mliti-storied buildings that accommodate the OPDs and wards of the clinical departments, Emergency department, Operation Theatres, Central Laboratory, Blood Bank, Pharmacies, and Canteen etc. Flily furnished residential accommodation has been provided to all the Medical Doctors, Nursing and other Para-Medical staff in close vicinity of the hospital. Round the clock Ambliance, Pharmacy, Blood Bank services are available within the hospital complex. The OPDs of the various departments together have a capacity to treat about 1000 patients daily. The average daily OPD attendance is between 600 to 700. The average Bed Occupancy in the wards remain around 75 percent throughout the year.

Here are some special features of the Teaching Hospital:
  • The Radiology Department has the most advance and sophisticated medical equipments such as Mliti-slicer C.T. Scan, Color Doppler, litrasound, Digital Mammography, etc.
  • The Surgery Department has several super specialty units such as Plastic-Surgery, Uro-Surgery, Pediatric Surgery in addition to the flily computerized Endoscopy facility.
  • The Medicine Department has flily equipped I.C.U., C.C.U., Haemodialysis unit, TMT, Holstar and Echo-Cardiography facilities.
  • The Pediatrics Department has a separate Neonatology Unit with a most sophisticated 20 bedded NICU
  • The Department of Orthopedics has the facility for Digital C-Arm and spinal surgery.
  • The flil fledged physiotherapy centre has the most advance and sophisticate equipments/ instruments.
  • The Preventive clinic has specially trained Doctors & Para Medical staff for the separate units like DOTs clinic, Immunization cell and Counseling cell.
  • A flil fledged Disaster Management Unit in flil preparedness with manpower and materials.

M.B.B.S. (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery)

The Curriculum Development and Monitoring Committee of National Medical College has drawn the detail program outline for the MBBS course in strict adherence to the curriculum of Tribhuban University and the requirements of Nepal Medical Council. The Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery program runs over a total period of five and a half years (four and a half years followed by a compulsory rotating internship of one year). Integrated teaching, problem-based and community oriented and community based learning are the key features of the core curriculum for the MBBS program. The phasing of the core curriculum of MBBS program is well designed to facilitate the systematic teaching and learning process.

Phase – I : First year:
  • Integrated Basic Medical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology)
  • Community Medicine.
  • Clinical orientation (History taking/Communication skill)
Phase – I : First year:
  • Integrated Basic Medical Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Bio-chemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology).
  • Clinical Orientation (clinical examination skills)
Phase – II : Third year:
  • Community Medicine (Applied Epidemiology, Family Health Exercise)
  • Forensic Medicine.
  • Clinical Disciplines: Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Gynecology/ Obstetrics
  • Clinical trainging at Teaching Hospital.
Phase – III : Fourth year:
  • Clinical Disciplines: Psychiatry, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, ENT, Orthopedics, Radiology, Anesthesiology, Dentistry, Accident & Emergency Medicine
  • Community Medicine (Community and Clinical Experience and field management)
  • Clinical training at Teaching Hospital.
Fifth year: Clinical Rotation in major subjects with case presentation and seminar.(EVALUATION)

The University examinations are held at the end of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and final year.

1st year :
  • Integrated Basic Medical Sciences.
  • Community Medicine.
2nd year :
  • Integrated Basic Medical Sciences.
  • Community Medicine.
3rd year :
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Community Medicine
Final year :
  • All the clinical subjects
  • Community Medicine


A student after passing the final MBBS Examination has to undertake compulsory rotating internship of one year (at the Teaching Hospital of this medical college) for which he/she must get registered provisionally with Nepal Medical Council. On completion of internship he/she will be given full registration by Medical Council as per its rule and regulation for practicing allopathic system of medicine.

Universal Medical College

Universal College of Medical Sciences (UCMS) was established in the year 1998 with the affiliation of T.U and recognized by Nepal Medical Council (NMC) & is considered as the pioneer institute in Nepal in the field of Medicine & dentistry. This college was established for training eminent medical professionals from all over the world. As on today, more than 500 doctors have passed out from the college & are practicing all over the world.

The college is located at Bhairahawa in Rupandehi district, Lumbini Zone which is one of the education & business hubs of Nepal, and is near Indo-Nepal boarder town Sonauli (2 km). The college is situated just 15 km away from Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha, which is considered as the main attraction of tourism in Nepal.

At present, college is offering MBBS & BDS programs , the College has also started post graduation (PG) program from 2009/10 & at present it is offering MD/MS degrees in 16 specialities. It also offers post graduate degree in dentistry in 5 specialities. At present, UCMS is having 750 bedded multi speciality hospital with ultra modern equipments & renowned faculties from both Nepal & India. The college has always given importance towards the health care of the people of Nepal & their well being. It has always been in the forefront to provide the best medical care.

With the history of more than 15 years of excellence in the field of medical education, UCMS aims to maintain the philosphy of imparting quality education & health service for a healthy tomorrow.



To train personnels in the field of medicine both as doctors and paramedical staff so as to provide basic medical care to the population of Nepal and other parts of the globe.

Educational To provide class medical education to the students from different parts of the world. Health care goal To provide excellent health care to the people of Nepal and adjoining areas of Indian at an affordable cost.


The UCMS campus is situated at Bhairahawa, very close to the IndianCity of Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh, which is only two hours drive (100 kms from campus). College is located very close to the Indian border which is just 2 km from Sunauli the last destination of the Indian Border. Sonauli is accessible from Gorakhpur by road, which takes 2 hours journey by car. The Tribhuvan International Airport at Kathmandu is well connected with all major cities of the world including New Delhi. Kathmandu International Airport is also connected with the Indian cities of Mumbai, Calcutta, Varanasi and Banglore. Domestic air carriers like Yeti Air, Buddha Air, Cosmic Air and other more Ailines operate from Kathmandu to Bhairahawa daily.


The Universal College of Medical Sciences,conducts MBBS & PG Programmes, This is the first private college to be affiliated with Tribhuvan University. College is being run on Paklihawa Campus and Ranigaon Campus. Its superior physical facilities, methods of operation and collaborative agreements with the International Medical Institutions, makes it a Campus that a few others can match.

The physical infrastructure of the 1050 bedded Teaching Hospital of National Medical College has been designed and built to suite the international standards with all the essential and desirable facilities. The hospital complex houses many mliti-storied buildings that accommodate the OPDs and wards of the clinical departments, Emergency department, Operation Theatres, Central Laboratory, Blood Bank, Pharmacies, and Canteen etc. Flily furnished residential accommodation has been provided to all the Medical Doctors, Nursing and other Para-Medical staff in close vicinity of the hospital. Round the clock Ambliance, Pharmacy, Blood Bank services are available within the hospital complex. The OPDs of the various departments together have a capacity to treat about 1000 patients daily. The average daily OPD attendance is between 600 to 700. The average Bed Occupancy in the wards remain around 75 percent throughout the year.

The Paklihawa Campus

The Universal Campus is situated in a vast 120 acres of green field land. The facilities that the Management has provided includes modern and fully equipped Laboratories, dedicated Classrooms, modern fully-supervised Library, renowned faculties from India, Nepal, recreational facilities, Anatomy Lab, Physiology Lab, Biochemistry Lab, Microbiology Lab Pharmacology Lab, Pathology Lab, Community Medicine, Seminar Hall, Sports Club, Internet, TV and separate Hostel facilities for boys and girls with 24 hours Security and Canteen serving homely food. The Departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology and Community Medicine have been housed to provide the first two years basic preclinical training for the students.

UCMS teaching hospital (Ranigaon)

The UCMS Teaching Hospital with various departments and specializations shall exclusively be utilized by the students in connection with their clinical studies for the MBBS, BDS, BSc & BN Nursing, B Pharma and BSc LT programs.,

Separate hostel facilities

UCMS provides separate hostel facilities for boys and girls. there is a separate PG hostel in the campus. Both the hostels are situated within the UCMS Campus itself. The management is providing 24 hours security as well as communication facilities including telephones, fax and Email. Air cooling arrangements have also been provided in the hostels. Each hostel is also equipped with T.V. in common room.


A hygienic and well equipped canteen is functioning in the campus where food is served to match the tastes of students hailing from different regions and countries.

Education Center

A fully equipped Health Club is operational in the Universal Campus. In addition to that playgrounds are available in the campus for sports like Football, Volley ball, Basket ball, Cricket, and also for indoor games including Table Tennis.

Travel assistance

The Administrative office in the campus assist the students and also their visitors for making advance travel arrangements. The College’s own vehicles take care of the transportation of the students/staff round the clock.The Kathmandu office of the College directly supervise the incoming and outgoing trips of the students including Airport transits.

Campus transportation

The College has its own fleet of vehicles that will commute between the medical college, hospital and hostels.

Campus Security

The College with the help of an experienced and internationally reputed Security Agency in co-ordination with local Police Authorities, effectively supervises the Universal Campus security requirements.

Students’ movement is under the strict supervision of the college authorities. Guests of students will be allowed to meet them only during visiting hours on prior written permission from the appointed authorities

Nobel Medical College

The Vision of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital (NMCTH) is to provide quality medical education in a holistic way and serve the various communities of Eastern Nepal. The Mission of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital (NMCTH) is to promote human health while stimulating innovation as education is provided at NMCTH in a dynamic learning environment in order to develop physicians, medical scientists and public health professionals. They are trained to become leaders in their respective fields so that they can contribute effectively to the advancement of the basic and clinical sciences in medicine through discovery, research, and publication/communication and provide best care to patients and serve the communities.

The Goals of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital (NMCTH) is to produce doctors who are compassionate, community oriented, affective towards the serving society, competent in application of good communication skills, medical ethics and professionalism with sound cognitive domain and efficient psychomotor skills.

Nobel Medical College has been playing an active role to fulfill the government plan “Health for all”. The management of Nobel Medical College has been a part in the joint effort of the Government and the private sector to achieve the health indicator targets as laid down in the Long Term Health Plan 1997-2017 by HMG-Nepal through services to various communities.



Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital (P) Ltd., an affiliate to Kathmandu University, was founded in 2007. The college is located in Biratnagar, one of the major academic hubs of eastern part of Nepal. It’s key objective to impart international standard medical education to the meritorious students of Nepal and abroad enrolled for both medical and paramedical courses.

Nobel Medical College, Recognized by the Nepal Medical Council (NMC), has constantly maintained its academic standards at par with the requirements of other Medical Councils and Universities across the globe.

Our internationally renowned faculties are dedicated to bolster the image of the college in national and international arena. With the contribution of our faculties, we are successfully listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED).


The Hospital presently has 900 beds of its own at full function. It serves the patients from various communities of Nepal and adjoining districts of India. It has already started Super Specialty Services with eminent super specialized doctors. The hospital is expected to expand its bed strength up to 2000 by 2015.

  • NMCTH is affiliated to Kathmandu University
  • Recognized by Nepal Medical Council
  • Registered at Company Registrar Office


  • 100% pass result in licensing examination conducted by Nepal Medical Council.
  • 100% passed out result in MBBS final exam 2067- first record in NEPAL.
  • 100% pass result in University Examinations of MBBS, B. Sc. Nursing and other programs.
  • 100% pass result with distinction in B. Sc. Nursing examination 2012 (IInd year exam, Ist batch).
  • Kathmandu University (KU) Top of MBBS final exams by 2 batches in three consecutive years.
  • 900 beds with more than 90% occupancy. The highest rate among the private medical colleges in Nepal.
  • Highest patients flow (More than 1200 per day) among the private medical colleges of Nepal.
  • Highest faculty-student ratio (1:10) among the private medical colleges of Nepal.
  • Second largest Dialysis Unit (kidney treatment center) of Nepal.
  • Well equipped NICU, CCU and ICU services.
  • 10 sophisticated operation theaters.
  • 100 bedded ICU block (Largest ICU in South Asia).
  • Furnished with advanced medical equipments.
  • Separate own hostels with AC furnished for Boys and Girls.
  • Advance classrooms, library, science labs and IT-lab with Wi-Fi connectivity.
  • Affiliated to Kathmandu University.
  • Post Graduate Degree.
  • The Post Graduate training program is the latest and foremost academic program of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital which is started from the year 2013 (March Session). The program is affiliated with Kathmandu University and recognized by Nepal Medical Council (NMC).

Streams of PG Program

Clinical Science including Pathology
  • Internal Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Paediatrics
  • Orthopaedics
  • Ophthalmology
  • ENT
  • Radiology
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Psychiatry
  • Dermatology
  • Pathology
Pre-Clinical Science including Forensic Medicine
  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Microbiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Pharmacology
  • Community Medicine
  • Forensic Medicine

Eligibility and Selection Criteria: As per Kathmandu University norms and standard.


The MBBS degree offered by the Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital is recognized by Nepal Medical Council (NMC) and the college is affiliated with Kathmandu University (KU), Nepal. Our internationally renowned faculties are dedicated to bolster the image of the college in national and international arena. Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital is also listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED).

Course detail

Total semesters: 9
Year One (I semester)
  • Basic Sciences – Unit 1
  • Community Medicine
  • Clinical Orientation
Year One (II semester)
  • Basic Sciences – Unit 2
  • Community Medicine
  • Clinical Orientation
Year Two (III semester)
  • Basic Sciences – Unit 3
  • Community Medicine
  • Clinical Orientation
Year Two (IV semester)
  • Basic Sciences – Unit 4
  • Community Medicine
  • Clinical Orientation
Year Three (V semester)
  • Community Medicine
  • Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Surgery and allied subjects
  • Pediatrics
Year Three (V semester)
  • Community Medicine
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Oto-rhinolaryngology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Medicine and allied subjects
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
Year Three (VI semester)
  • Community Medicine
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Oto-rhinolaryngology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Medicine and allied subjects
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
Year Four (VII semester)
  • Community Medicine
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Oto-rhinolaryngology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Medicine and allied subjects
  • Surgery and allied subjects
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Pediatrics
Year Four (VIII semester)
  • Medicine and allied subjects
  • Surgery and allied subjects
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Pediatrics
Year Four (VIII semester)
  • Medicine and allied subjects
  • Surgery and allied subjects
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Pediatrics
  • One year rotating


The teaching hospital of Nobel Medical College Teaching Hospital at Kanchanbari in Biratnagar, Nepal is a 900 bedded hospital with all facilities required for a tertiary care center. With the support of clinical faculty and other professionals, this hospital has been serving patients from eastern Nepal and surrounding villages of India. It has daily patient flow of more than 1000 patients and more than 77% bed occupancy in inpatient services. Faculty and staff from Anesthesiology and Critical Care Department as well as Surgery Department are available 24 hours for pre anesthetic checkup and surgery.

Janaki Medical College

In line with national and international thinking of Centre of Excellence in medical education, health service delivery and community health interventions, Janaki Medical College (.1MC) is committed to involve itself through enhanced partnership with local, national and international rights/stakeholders. JMC believes that the triangulation of medical education, health service and community interventions will help develop the technically competent, socially accepted and internationally recognized students, professional, and educators, Through its technically renowned and professionally committed faculty members JMC is stanched to support respective governments to achieve their national and international commitments in medical education and service delivery sectors.



Janaki Medical College (JMC) envisions to help enhance the quality of life of the people through the provision of quality medical/nursing education, health care services and community interventions.


Promote the quality health care services through production of medically competent, technologically sound, socially compassionate and individually confident students.


Develop JMC as a Center Of Excellence Through Medical Education, Health Services and Community Interventions. JMC seeks to prepare socailly responsible and technically sound medical/nursing professionals in the society not only to pass examinations or profession but also aimas at developing a tolerant, balanced, independent and right attitude of mine and spirit and a desire to serve the patient with head, hands and heart.

Its special characteristics is the wide range of activities that it provides with the idea of developing a full personality and to bring out talents of students for developing own benefit and that of society as a whole.


The JMC is put up by a group of medical professional, academicians, researchers, industrialists and prominent professionals with extensive exposure to a wide range of knowledge, experience and teaching/ learning practices. It is committed towards the excellence and innovation in imparting high quality medical education for youth and international community. Apart from this, JMC aims at providing high end health care services facilitating with modem medical technologies.


Four and half years and one year compulsory internship after passing the final examination

  • Train and develop undergraduates (MBBS) and graduate (PG) level medical professionals with full exposure at the practical level and fundamental theoretical knowledge.
  • Provide students a wide range of resources on subject matter required for quality medical and nursing education that combines effective skills as well as high level of confidence.
  • Prepare medical/nursing professionals who could take a lead in planning, organizing, delivering, and evaluating health policy and health care services within the country and in the globe.
  • Practice and facilitate linkages with national and international academic and research institutions and prepare students for higher education in the field of medicine, nursing and other health related sectors.
  • Conduct clinical, participatory and community based reasearch related to medicine, public health and bio-medical sciences.
  • Provide students a wide range of resources on subject matter required for quality medical and nursing education that combines effective skills as well as high level of confidence.


After passing the final MBBS examination, every candidate is required to undergo a one-year period of compulsory rotation internship in an approved hospital. The trainee shall obtain a certificate after satisfactory completion of internship training from the appropriate authorities of concerned.

Medium of Teaching


English is the medium of teaching, Methodology of teaching.

Class room lectures, demonstration, practical training, lab room practice, field visits, seminars, sumposiums, interactions with teachers, hospital practices etc. are the main methods of training students

Birat Medical College

Birat Medical College

B.P. Koirala Instutute of Health Sciences

B.P. Koirala Instutute of Health Sciences

Kathmandu Medical College

Kathmandu Medical College

Nepalgunj Medical College

Nepalgunj Medical College

Lumbini Medical College

The foundation and start of this school at Tansen, where individuals have firm assurance to build up this delightful town on the premise of three sayings, training, wellbeing and tourism has upgraded their motivation, enthusiasm and bliss . Understanding the need of a therapeutic school in the western uneven locale the idea of Lumbini Restorative School &Teaching Healing center Pvt. Ltd. risen and instantly a 100 beded healing center was set up in the year 2063 B.S. with consent from Service of Wellbeing and Populace.

Despite the fact that wellbeing is a noteworthy obligation of the legislature, considering the large number issues confronted by the nation, it is illogical to seek and request after the determination of each issue from the administration. Thus, this extensive venture was executed in a stage savvy prepare by assembling nearby provincial Nepalese business visionaries.

This year, it has been moved up to a 600 beded healing center with extension of different administrations and offices like CT sweep, Fluoroscopy, Laparoscopy and insignificant obtrusive surgery, Uretero – renoscopy (URS) and ICPL, profoundly prepared operation theaters, sub – claim to fame administrations and so forth.

Before alliance to Kathmandu College we had a chance to amazingly arrange the VI th National Surgical Meeting of the General public of Specialist of Nepal on 22nd – 23rd December, 2007. We have likewise been allowed the consent to run the Nursing Program which has additionally extended our extension for creating proficient labor.

Our energetic endeavors have effectively been paid on getting an alliance from the eminent Kathmandu College of Nepal on sixteenth Nov, 2008. Our foundation is likewise in the process being enrolled On the planet Word reference of Restorative School by WHO.

In this propelled time of Therapeutic Science we have given plentiful accentuation on research in different ranges requiring extraordinary consideration. Along these lines we concentrate on doing inquires about in existing and rising medical issues that undermine the neighborhood groups.


Mission and Visions of LMC

Lumbini Medical College and Teaching Hospital has asserted it’s commitment to :

  • Nurture and produce efficient medical professionals who are well trained in all fields of medical and health sciences by extending all aspiring graduates an appropriate and supportive learning environment backed by the state of the art ultramodern medical facilities approval by all necessary bodies . An institution which truly believes that the reason of its existence is to impart and disseminate knowledge and develop competencies in the vast area of medical field.
  • Provide most needed specialized courses which are in sync with the ever changing global standards so that it provides the professionals who are well-known with latest methodology to our society, nation and the world.
  • Manage the operations in the well equipped hospital professional manner as this forms the basis of our committed appropriate learning environment.
  • Produce responsible professionals who are committed to their profession and will practice with clinical excellence, compassion along with sensitivity.
  • Conduct many researches through different programs that create, disseminate and apply new knowledge relevant to the field of medical and health sciences.
  • Collaborate with other agencies that are also committed to the highest standards of teaching and mentoring medical students, developing clinical skills and doing research in the medical and health field.

Goal of LMC

To be one of the leading professionally driven medical and research institute in next five years which is globally recognized and acclaimed for providing quality in all spheres of medical education meeting the local and global expectations.

LMC & RC Aspires to be

  • A high caliber unique institute that is recognized with leadership in teaching and research activities.
  • A leading Institution with High quality education to meet nation’s needs and also achieve international prominence.
  • A model for university outreach, globalization and partnerships.
  • An institution with national and international visibility.
  • An inclusive, open and supportive campus climate, necessary services, leadership and development opportunities, all to educate and convert the aspiring doctors to well trained and socially responsible medical professionals.

MBBS Programme in LMC Aim of the MBBS Programm

Adhering to the international standard set for Undergraduate Medical Education by the World Federation for Medical Education, and abiding by the norms set by Lumbini Medical College, Medical Councils of the other countries including South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC), the General Medical Council of United Kingdom, Accreditation bodies of Australia, Canada and the USA, and following the undergraduate medical (MBBS) curriculum of Kathmandu University, the LMC aims to imbibe the inquisitive minds of medical students with scientific knowledge of medical science, train their hands and special senses with psychomotor skills and inculcate benevolent, compassionate and empathetic attitude in them with the aim of educating a cadre of competent medical practitioners who shall be able to serve the human community throughout the global village during the twenty first century.


The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) program includes the core curriculum of four and a half academic years. It comprises of basic medical sciences, clinical subjects and community medicine including medical informatics, community based learning with community exposure and elective study extending in to the fifth academic year. In addition the rotating internship (pre-registration year) of one year is compulsory at recognized hospital before taking the licensing examination of Nepal medical council which is essential for getting registration for practicing as a full fledged medical practitioner in Nepal.
An early exposure of medical students to patient’s problems motivates student learning and encourages them to learn communication skill while taking with patient during history taking. Likewise, exposure during the organ systems based learning provides opportunity for the student to correlate the integrated understanding of basic medical sciences. The correlation of basic medical sciences with clinical sciences helps the students to learn and understand extensively the mechanism of disease and its treatment which is advantage over the didactic conventional method of instruction. An early exposure in the community in the form of community diagnosis, during the third semester, allows medical students to look at medicine with holistic view and makes the visualize the real community in terms of its demography, housing, water supply, toilets, schools, health center, food habit and health care facilities. The interface between medical education and the delivery of health care service must go hand in hand, if a meaningful impact in health care services to the general public is to be anticipated from the system of medical education program. Hence, a very careful planning of the undergraduate medical education program by an imitative medical college like LMC consider the undergraduate curriculum of a university as the core curriculum for the program and includes other learning objectives related to MUST KNOW areas which are considered most essential and form the part and parcel of undergraduate medical education program.
Practices at progressive medical colleges, schools and experience in medical education show that, apart from following the core MBBS curriculum of the conventional medical subject, medical ethics, and medical informatics and elective study, must find their rightful placements, in the undergraduate medical education program. This will help the medical graduates to work very efficiently and effectively in this competitive field of medicine. The reorientation of medical education (ROME) program adopted by World Health Organization lays stress on making the medical education program relevant to the professional competencies. If the medical education program of today is aimed at producing competent medical graduate for tomorrow, an account of the future roles of medical graduates who are independent to think, independent to judge and independent to make decision and practice Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology has been considered, during the four and half year of MBBS program.

Gandaki Medical College

Gandaki Medical College Teaching Hospital & Research Centre (P) Ltd. (GMC)” is a health educational institution located in Kaski District of Nepal. It deals with a national priority industry for a medical college and teaching hospital. The project is founded on its own land and is purely Nepalese ownership. GMC owns about 220 Ropanis (1 Ropani = 5625 square feet thus 11, 25,000 square feet) of land which satisfy the mandatory requisites of the affiliating university and the professional council. GMC proposes a 750 bedded teaching hospital with all activity of clinical and medical facilities, thus providing excellent health care facilities.



10 Years Mission of Gandaki Medical College


To become the first choice learning institute for medical education and health care delivery.


Be the leading medical college of Nepal and the most patronized health care facility by all sections of society, especially of the western development region. This is possible due to the core qualities of our company.

  • Visionary leadership
  • Committed and competent staff
  • State of the art technology
  • Integrity in adherence to regulatory standards
  • Exemplary corporate governance


The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery is a four and a half year integrated program followed by a compulsory internship training of one year. The standards and criteria adopted by GMC are in strict adherence to the requirements of Nepal Medical Council. The first two academic years focus on basic medical science with interdepartmental integration as well as clinical and community correlation. A holistic approach to health and health care system in Nepal is taken. The academic year starts in January. These reasons make this college ideal for studying MBBS in Nepal.


Charak Hospital and Research Centre Pvt. Ltd. with 301 bed capacity located in Prithivi Chowk, Ward no. 9 of Pokhara Sub-Metropolitan City is owned and managed by GMC as its city hospital.

GMC-Charak Hospital currently has 35 specialist doctors and and 24 non-specialist medical graduates providing quality services to the community through 11 departments in the hospital. The hospital is rapidly growing in status and stature.

The MBBS Programme Affiliation & Recognition

The college is affiliated with the internationally renowned Tribhuvan University (TU), Institute of Medicine (IOM) Kathmandu, Nepal for the MBBS Course from the year 2010. The curriculum of IOM is followed by GMC. TU is a public university in Kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal. Established in 1959, TU is the oldest of the five universities in Nepal. A huge number of students, approximately 290,833 from all over Nepal and abroad, make it the biggest university in Nepal and 20th biggest in the world. The MBBS degree awarded by TU is formally recognized by all SAARC, Commonwealth & ASEAN countries and is reciprocally recognized by Europe, Asia, Middle East, America, Australia and African continents. MBBS graduates of TU get opportunity for higher education and careers in all these continents.