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Views exchange meeting between INSEI University of Korea and Ctg Medical Varsity held

09 August 2022
Views  exchange  meeting between INSEI University  of Korea  and Ctg Medical Varsity held

A medical team of the Korean Insei University seen with the officials of the Chittagong Medical University in the university\'s seminar room in Faujdarhat in the port city.


Chattogram Bureau :
A  views exchange meeting between Insei University of Korea and Chittagong Medical University was held on Sunday (August 7) at the university's seminar room in Faujdarhat in the port city .  On behalf of Chittagong Medical University, VC Professor Dr. Md. Dr. Ismail Khan and INSEI University Health System Professor. Sinki  led the discussion meeting.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Ismail Khan discussed in detail the medical and nursing curriculum and educational programs in Bangladesh. It was informed in the meeting that INSEI University has taken plans to establish large scale medical hospital and nursing institute in KEPZ area of Chittagong.
Professor Sinki said that South Korea has established various industries in Bangladesh. Now they are interested in working in health system. Insei University Nursing Professor Tui Lee, Professor Su Jing Lee, Professor Jae Oi Kim and other faculty members of Insei University attended the meeting. Young One Group General Manager Colonel (retd) Shahjahan attended the meeting.
 Chittagong Medical University Dean of Medical Faculty and Chittagong Medical College Principal Dr. Sahena Akhtar, Dean of Basic Science Professor Dr. Hafizul Islam, Dean of the Faculty of Nursing Professor Dr. Mohammad Monowarul Haque Shamim, Dean of Dental Faculty Professor Dr. Dr. Akram Parvez Chowdhury, Principal of Mother and Child Medical College. Moshtaq Hossain Chowdhury, Professor of Chittagong Medical College. Aniruddha Joy, Professor Dr. Nurul Huda, Director of BITID Associate Professor Dr. Md. . Nasiruddin, Chittagong Medical University Examination Controller. Delwar Hossain, Registrar (Acting) Dr. Hasina Nasrin, Deputy Director Dr. Vidyut Barua, Deputy College Inspector DrSultana   were  present at the time.





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