Nepalgunj Medical College, Nepal

Established in 1996, Nepalgunj Medical College (NGMC) stands as a private medical research institution. Just a year later, in 1997, it initiated the MBBS Course. Spanning across a vast expanse of 70 hectares, the college campus is enveloped in lush greenery.

Nepalgunj Medical College oversees two teaching hospitals located in the primary cities of Banke district, Nepal. These Teaching Hospitals are situated in Kohalpur (830 beds) and Nepalgunj (220 beds). Additionally, NGMC provides students with well-equipped and spacious laboratories, a recreational hall, a library, a multimedia lab with internet access, among other facilities.

The MBBS program in Nepal spans four and a half years, followed by a mandatory one-year internship. Aligned with the curriculum set forth by Kathmandu University, the medical college's MBBS program holds accreditation from the Medical Council of Nepal, Sri Lanka Medical Council, and various other countries. Moreover, it is listed under the World Health Organization and FAIMER.

Nepalgunj Medical College holds the 20th position nationally, with a global ranking of 19,391st according to Webometrics data, indicating an average standing nationally. Furthermore, the medical college offers a total of 100 seats for admission each year.