Establishing a medical college in Chandpur is a dream of my life. When I went to the hospital, people of Chandpur at different times used to say that our district did not have a medical college. Now my dream is becoming true.
Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni came up with the observation at a fresher’s reception organised for the newly admitted students of Chandpur Medical College on Thursday noon in the city.
She said many people said that I would not succeed in my attempt to set up a medical college in Chandpur, but i didn’t give up hope.
When the medical college got permission again, he did not leave his own.
The journey of the nation of heroes started on 10 Jan. Millions of people have found dear leaders that day. In the great liberation, three million people committed suicide, two lakh mothers gave a boon, 10 million people took shelter in India and 350 million people were displaced in the country.’said MP .
Addressing the students, Dipu Moni said that the studying in a medical college is very tough. You have to remember a lot of new things and theories here.
There is no alternative to learning. The days you stay here always remember that you are here to read.
“But when you come out from the medical college, you would see that you have learnt so many things. The best way to serve the society is by providing services of a doctor,” the minister added.
She said you also have to know about the world beyond the classroom. You have to keep in mind that there is no end to learning. All day long, you have to study.
Principal of Chandpur Medical College Prof Md Zaman Saleh Uddin presided over the session.
Deputy Commissioner Majedur Rahman Khan, District Awami League President and mayor of Chandpur Nasir Uddin Ahmed, District Awami League General Secretary Abu Nayim Patwari Dulal, Vice-President Dr JR Wadud Tipu, District BMA President Syed MN Huda and general secretary Mahmudun Nabi Masum, among others, attended the event.
Principal of Chattogram Anwara Government College spoke among the teachers. Lidiya Naurin and Radwanul Haque spoke among the students of Chandpur Medical College. In the 1st year course, 50 students were admitted. This education program will be run on the 4th floor of the east side of the Chandpur 250-bed Government General Hospital.