Welcome to Prime Medical College, Rangpur
Prime Medical College is one of the best medical institute in North Bengal in Private Sector. It is located about half Kilometer from Rangpur Central Bus Terminal and within the Rangpur City Corporation. The college building is surrounded by the green trees adjacent to the Badarganj Road,Rangpur.It was established in 2008 by a group of dedicated people of Rangpur , by the leadership of professor Dr. Md. Akkas Ali Sarker. The ideas of establishing this Medical College is to provide quality Medical Education, Research and Services to the people of the country at affordable cost. More details
Rangpur at a Glance:
Rangpur is one of the 8 divisions of Bangladesh with it’s headquarter at Rangpur. It is situated in the northern part of Bangladesh. This City is 300 kilometers away from capital Dhaka. Rangpur is directly communicated with Dhaka by rail, road & air. The Nearest Airport in Saidpur which is 30 km way from PMC. Rangpur is also well communicated with Kolkata, Katmandu & Thimpu by road, rail & air. The city is one of the oldest town in the northern region of the country. It is a place of old heritage of culture and history. In the British India, it was a part of Assam.
Begum Rokeya (1880-1932), a renowned educationist and writer born in this District. She was a pioneer in those days for her contribution for female education. An Educational & Vocational Centre (Begum Rokeya Kendra) has been established in her birth place (Pairaband, Mithapukur, Rangpur).
Raja Ram Mohon Roy, who struggled for elimination of ‘Satidah Protha’ in Hindu custom, served in Rangpur district as civil servant in the British era and a large club has been established after his name for hiscontribution in the society.
Carmichael College was established by Sir Carmichael and now it is one of the oldest and prestigious educational institute of the country. Recently a public university (Begum Rokeya University) has been established and it is running its academic activities with good reputation.
Tajhat “Raj Bari” is an old Jaminder House (Residence of the then Maharaja) which is very recently converted into a beautiful museum. More details