Preparations for the MBBS (2021-22 academic year) first year admission test to be held on April 1 under the Department of Health Education are in full swing. A record number of students are going to take part in the medical college admission test this year. The online application process started from 10 am on February 28. Tomorrow (March 15) is the last time to submit the application till 12 noon and the admission test fee till March 16.
According to the Department of Health Education (Medical Education and Manpower Development Branch), a total of one lakh 42 thousand 916 applications have been submitted till March 13. Last year, MBBS first year (2020-21) admission test was held at 55 venues in 19 centers across the country, including the capital. One lakh 22 thousand 874 people applied to take part in this test. However, one lakh 16 thousand 856 people took part in the test. Although there are 19 centers, the number of centers will increase this year as there are more candidates.
Director of the Department (Medical Education and Manpower Development) Professor. Ahsan Habib told The Asian Tribune on Monday (March 14) afternoon that the necessary preparations for the medical admission test to be held on April 1 are in full swing. As part of the overall preparations, a letter has been sent to the Deputy Commissioner, Superintendent of Police and Principals of various medical colleges on Monday (March 14) to close medical admission coaching centers across the country, including the capital, from tomorrow.
In response to the question whether the admission test will be short syllabus or full syllabus this year, Prof. Dr. Ahsan Habib said, it has been decided to take admission test in full syllabus like last year.