Dhubri Medical College in Assam gets approval; 9th Medical College to be functional from this year

Dhubri Medical College is all set to become functional and recognized as the 9th medical college in the state. MARB reviews various aspects and suggests key points.

The medical seats in Assam will eventually be higher as the Dhubri Medical College in Assam will start its new academic session this year. The notification was released by the Medical Assessment & Rating Board (MARB) under National Medical Commission (NMC) yesterday. The college is located in the town of Dhubri and has requested to intake 100 students this year.

CM Himanta Biswa Sarma took to Twitter and said that he was very glad to receive the notification regarding the approval of the Dhubri Medical College of Assam which will be the 9th Medical College in the state.

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Dhubri Medical College of Assam: MARB’s remark

The MARB has examined all the reports produced by the assessor and remarks of the UG Experts Group on the infrastructure facilities of the college, laboratories, libraries, hostels, ospitals, and the availability of the faculty members. The MARB (NMC) has to finally decide on the requests to uptake 100 students in the 2022 – 2023 academic year and for that, it has decided to obtain undertaking/ essential documents for the issue of a Letter of Permission. The undertaking should contain:

  • Confirmation to provide all infrastructural facilities in terms of teaching and non-teaching staff, building, equipment, and hospital facilities per National Medical Commission norms.
  • No student should be admitted to the courses till the formal permission of the MARB.

Note: Though the acceptance has been done through the online hearing, until and unless formal permission is approved, the admission process won’t occur.

About the Dhubri Medical College

The construction work of Dhubri Medical College and Hospital at Dhubri was launched in February 2017. The college was to be built then with a budgetary outlay of Rs 189 crore across 108 bighas of land. The medical college is being built and attached to the existing 200 bedded district and referral hospital. JP Nadda, (the then Health Minister) had announced a sanction of Rs 756 Crore for four new medical colleges in Assam.

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Debanjan Chamlagain

Debanjan is a Co-Founder of Bohikitap. He has recently completed his Master's degree. He is an enthusiastic nature observer and has a keen interest in showing his presence in the education domain. Working in this genre motivates him and he leaves no stone unturned, to contribute in any way possible in the field of education.
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