Notice for FCPS Part-I, Part-II, MCPS in Bangladesh For January 2013 | BCPS

BANGLADESH COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS

67, Shaheed Tajuddin Ahmed Sharani, Mohakhali, Dhaka-1212.

Phone : 9884189, 9884194

9891865, 8825005-6

Fax : 880-2-8828928

E-mail : [email protected]

Web : www.bcpsbd.org

September 04, 2012

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Notice for FCPS Part-I, Part-II, MCPS in Bangladesh For January 2013:

Enrollment and submission of examinations fees for FCPS Part-I, Preli-FCPS Part-II, FCPS Part-II (Final), FCPS (in specialized subjects) and MCPS examinations are going on. The interested candidates are instructed to follow the following information:

General Information:

1. Specialties:

a. FCPS Part-I, Preliminary FCPS Part – II, FCPS Part -II (Final) and FCPS (specialized subjects) examinations in the following specialties of BCPS will be held in Dhaka in the first week of January, 2013.

 

General subjects :

Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, Psychiatry, Anaesthesiology, Radiology & Imaging, Radiotherapy, Dermatology & Venereology, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Haematology, Biochemistry, Histopathology, Microbiology, Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Prosthodontics, Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopaedics, Transfusion Medicine and Family Medicine.

 

Specialized subjects :

 

Gastroenterology, Neurology, Nephrology, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Cardiology, Pulmonology, Hepatology, Rheumatology, Infectious Disease & Tropical Medicine, Urology, Neuro-surgery, Cardiovascular Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Paediatric Surgery, Neonatology, Paediatric Haematology & Oncology, Paediatric Nephrology, Paediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition, Paediatric Pulmonology, Paediatric Neurology & Development, Feoto-Maternal Medicine, Gynaecological Oncology, Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility.

 

b. MCPS examination will also be held in the following subjects at the same time and venue :- Medicine, Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, Psychiatry,

Anaesthesiology, Radiology & Imaging, Radiotherapy, Dermatology & Venereology, Dental Surgery, Forensic

Medicine, Family Medicine and Clinical Pathology.

 

2. Enrolment Fees: (For those who have no Enrolment Number with BCPS)

a. FCPS Part-I: Tk. 600/- only.

b. Preli FCPS Part-II, FCPS Part-II (Final), FCPS (Sub-speciality) and MCPS: Tk 1000/- only.

 

3. Enrolment Procedure: All types of candidates are instructed to collect Enrolment form along with OMR form from the cash section of BCPS on payment of Enrolment fees and submit the same duly filled in by 15 November, 2012 and collect the PEN/ SEN/ MEN Card (those who submit form before 30 October will get Card from 16-25 November and those who submit enrolment form from

1-15 November will get Card from 25-29 November if eligible).

 

4. Last Date for enrolment for the examination to be held in January 2013 is 15 November, 2012.

5. Examinations Fees: (After getting the enrolment card)

a. FCPS Part-I: Tk. 5000/– only.

b. Preli FCPS Part-II, FCPS Part-II (final) FCPS (Sub-speciality) and MCPS: Tk 7000/- only.

 

6. Procedure for submission of Examination fees: (a) Candidates will have to deposit their fees into the College SB Account No. 8748-6 maintained with Agrani Bank, ICDDRB Branch, Mohakhali, Dhaka

Or

(b) They will have to deposit their fees by pay order/demand draft in favour of “The Secretary, BCPS” from any schedule bank.(In that case the candidate have to send a photocopy of his PEN/SEN/MEN card along with the pay order/demand draft).

Or

(c) The examination fees may also be deposited in any branch of United Commercial Bank Ltd. (UCB) into STD Account No-0078132000000105 by online.

 

7. Last Date for submission of examination fees is 29 November, 2012.

8. All candidates are instructed to write the name as directed and PEN/SEN/MEN opposite of Bank Deposit Slip and submit the College part of Bank Deposit Slip at the cash section of BCPS on or before 29 November, 2012 after submitting the examinations fees in the bank. Who fails to submit the College part of Bank Deposit Slip within 29 November, 2012 will not be eligible for the said examinations.

 

Specific Information:

A. For FCPS Part-I Examination:

1. Rules for eligibility:

Candidates having full registration with BMDC are eligible to appear in FCPS Part-I examination. Going through the organized course in any institution is not compulsory.

Candidates going through an organized course in the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University, Dhaka or any other Institute recognized by the BCPS for the purpose must submit their enrolment forms through the Head of the concerned Institute.

2. Documents have to be submitted during submission of the enrolment form by 15 November,

2012:-

a. Attested photocopy of MBBS/BDS Certificate

b. Attested photocopy of the marks sheet of Final proof of MBBS/BDS examination. c. Attested photocopy of BMDC Permanent registration Certificate

d. Money receipt of Tk 600/- only as enrolment fees.

e. 2 copies PP size recent coloured photos as directed in the form.

3. Documents have to be submitted after the submission of examination fees by 29 November,

2012:-

a. The College part of Bank deposit slip of examination fee mentioning the name as directed and

PEN at the opposite of the slip without fail.

N. B. :- (1) The FCPS – I candidates who will opt for general subjects and qualify will be allowed to switch over to specialized subjects of relevant general subjects. This decision of switch over is to be informed to the College within one year from passing FCPS – I.

(2) The FCPS – I candidates who will opt for specialized subjects and qualify will not be allowed to switch over to relevant general subjects.

(3) If a candidate switch over from general subject to specialized subject, he/she will not be allowed to switch over to general subject again.

B. For Preliminary FCPS Part-II Examination:-

1. Rules for eligibility: (a) The candidates have to pass FCPS – I examination from BCPS in relevant specialized subject. (b) Completion of two years training in relevant general subject in an Institute recognized by BCPS (As per proforma of the College). Alternatively one and half year training in the relevant general subject and six months in a relevant speciality of the general subjects (except the speciality in which the candidate has passed FCPS – I ).

2. Documents have to be submitted during the submission of enrolment form by 15 November,

2012:-

a) Attested photocopy of MBBS/BDS Certificate

b) Attested photocopy of BMDC Permanent registration Certificate c) Money receipt of Tk 1000/- only as enrolment fees

d) 2 copies PP size recent colour photos as directed in the form.

e) Certificate to the effect that he/she has passed FCPS Part – I examination in specialized subjects from BCPS.

f) Two years training certificate (original) from the trainer (Professor/Associate Professor or Consultant having FCPS degree or equivalent under whom the candidate has received training in relevant general subject (As per proforma of the College) duly countersigned by the Head of the Institute/hospital.

g) Completed logbook of training (Entire training period is to be logged into the logbook).

3. Documents have to be submitted after submission of examination fees by 29 November, 2012:-

a. The College part of Bank deposit slip of examination fee mentioning the name as directed and

SEN at the opposite of the slip without fail.

C. For FCPS Part-II (Final) Examination in General Subjects:-

I. 1. Documents have to be submitted during submission of enrolment form by 15 November, 2012:-

a. Attested photocopy of MBBS/BDS Certificate

b. Attested photocopy of BMDC Permanent registration Certificate c. Money receipt of Tk. 1000/- only as enrolment fees.

d. 2 copies PP size recent colour photos as directed in the form. e. Document of passing FCPS-I examination.

f. The completed log book of training in respective speciality (Entire training period is to be logged into the logbook).

g. Requisite training Certificates (Original) as mentioned at the later part of this notification and as per proforma of the College.

2. Documents have to be submitted after submission of examination fees by 29 November, 2012:-

a. The College part of Bank deposit slip of examination fee mentioning the name as directed and SEN at the opposite of the slip without fail.

3. Rules for eligibility:

I.a)Certificate to the effect that he/she has passed FCPS Part-I Examination from the Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons or he/she has passed FCPS-I Examination from College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP).
b)Certificate that he/she has passed MD/MS Examination from Dhaka University, BSMMU.
 

c)

Above mentioned Diploma/ degree must be recognized by Bangladesh Medical and DentalCouncil (BMDC).MD/MS degree of 03 years course (without residency training) will not get exemption from

FCPS-I exam.

Note:- MD/MS in specialized subjects will not be allowed to appear in relevant general subjects.

II. Original 04 / 03 years residency training certificate from the trainer eg. Professor/ Associate Professor or Consultant having FCPS degree or equivalent (as per proforma of the college) duly countersigned by the Head of the Institute/Hospital recognized by BCPS where the candidate undergone training.

Candidates who have passed FCPS Part –1 before January 2005 will require certificates of:-

a) Two years residency training.

b) One year organized course

Or

Three years residency training of which one year residency training must be after FCPS Part –I

a) Candidates having MD, MS, from D.U. and BSMMU (before January, 2005) will require

03 years training as mentioned in II (a) and (b).

b) MD/MS degree of 03 years course (without residency training) will not get exemption from FCPS-I exam.

III. 03 / 04 years Training Format:-

III-A Three years training Programme:-

Candidates who have passed FCPS Part – 1 before January 2005 will require certificates of:

i) Two years residency training in the subject ii) One year organized course

a) Medicine (With Course):-

i. Two years residency training in Internal Medicine

Or

One & a half year residency training in internal medicine & six months in any one of the sub-specialties like: 1) Cardiology, 2) Nephrology, (3) Gastroenterology, (4) Neuro- Medicine, (5) Hepatology, (6) Endocrinology & Metabolism, (7) Pulmonology

and (8) Rheumatology. 06 (six) months training in Hematology will also be accepted.

Or

One year residency training in internal medicine and one year residency training in any of the two sub-specialties (six months in each) as mentioned above

ii. One year organized Academic Course.

Or

a) Medicine (without course) :-

Three years residency training in Internal Medicine of which one year must be after passing

FCPS Part –I Or

Two & a half years residency training in internal medicine and six months in any of the sub-specialty as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS – I

Or

Two years residency training in internal medicine and one year residency training in any two of the sub-specialities (six month in each one) as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which one year residency training must be after FCPS Part –I.

III.A. b) For Surgery (With course):-

i) Two years residency training in General Surgery

Or

One and a half years residency training in General Surgery and six months residency training in any of the sub-specialities like (1) Orthopaedic Surgery, (2) Traumatology (Casualty training in DMC , SSMC and CMC, Chittagong), (3) Urology, (4) Neuro-surgery, (5) Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, (6) Paediatric Surgery, (7) Cardio-Vascular Surgery, ( 8) Thoracic Surgery and ( 9) Colorectal Surgery.

ii) One year organized Academic course

b) Surgery (without course) ;-

i) Three years residency training in General Surgery of which one year must be after passing FCPS –I.

Or

Two and a half years residency training in General Surgery and six months residency training in any one of the sub-specialties as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) of which one year residency training must be after passing FCPS Part – 1.

c) For the remaining subjects (With Course):-

i) Two years residency Training in respective subjects ii) One year organized Academic Course.

Exceptions :-

1. In case of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation :-

i) Two years residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

Or

a) One and half years residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation b) Six months residency training in Medicine/Surgery/Orthopaedic-Surgery

/Neurology/Neuro-Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology /Paediatrics ii) One year organized academic course.

2. In case of Dermatology & Venereology

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii) One year residency training in Dermatology & Venereology

DDV Qualified Candidates from any university recognized by BMDC and BCPS will get six months training exemption from the total part of training in Dermatology & Venereology.

iii) One year organized Academic Course.

3. In case of Anaesthesiology :

i) Two years training in Anaesthesiology.

DA qualified candidates from any University recognized by BMDC and BCPS will get one year training exemption from two years training in Anaesthesiology.

ii) One year academic course.

4. In case of Haematology

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii) One year residency training in Haematology iii) One year organized Academic Course.

d) For the remaining subjects (without course) :-

Three years residency training in respective subject of which one year residency training must be after passing FCPS – I

Exceptions :-

1. In case of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation:-

(i) Three years residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

Or

ii) Two and half year’s residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

And

Six months residency training in Medicine/Surgery/Orthopaedic-

Surgery/Neurology/Neuro-Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology /Paediatrics. Out of this three years residency training total one year residency training must be after FCPS – I

2. In case of Dermatology & Venereology

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii) Two years residency training in Dermatology & Venereology. Out of this three years residency training total one year residency training must be after FCPS – I

DDV Qualified Candidates from the university recognized by BMDC and BCPS will get six months training exemption from the total part of training in Dermatology & Venereology

3. In case of Anaesthesiology:

i) Three years training in Anaesthesiology out of which one year must be after passing FCPS-I. DA qualified candidates from any university recognized by BMDC and BCPS will get one year training exemption from the total three years training in Anaesthesiology

4. In case of Haematology

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii) Two years residency training in Haematology. Out of this three years residency training in total one year residency training must be after FCPS – I.

III-B Four years training programme:-

Candidates who have passed FCPS Part – I from January 2005 onwards will require certificates of :-

a) Three years residency training in the subject of which one year must be after FCPS – I. b) One year organized Academic course.

Or

Four years residency training in the subject of which two years must be after passing FCPS – I.

c) Out of 04 years training, candidates having MD/MS of DU, BSMMU (from January 2005 onwards) will require one year training after having those qualifications.

Above mentioned Diploma/ degree must be recognized by Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC).

a) For Medicine ( with course ):-

i) Three years residency training in Internal Medicine of which one year residency training must be after FCPS – I

Or

Two & a half years residency training in Internal Medicine & six months residency training in any one of the sub-specialities as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which one year residency training must be after FCPS – I

Or

Two years residency training in Internal medicine and one year residency training in any of the two of the sub-specialities (six months in each) as mentioned in clause IIIA (i) of which one year residency training must be after FCPS – I.

Or

One and a half years residency training in Internal Medicine and one and a half years residency training in any of the three sub-specialities (six months in each) as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which one year residency training must be after FCPS – I.

ii) One year organized Academic course.

a) Medicine (without course)

Four years residency training in Internal Medicine of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS Part – I.

Or

Three & a half years residency training in Internal Medicine and six months in any of the sub-specialities as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS Part – I.

Or

Three years residency training in Internal Medicine and one year residency training in any two of the sub-specialities (six month in each) as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which two years residency training must be after FCPS Part – I.

Or

Two and a half years residency training in Internal Medicine and one and a half years residency training in any three of the sub-specialities (six months in each) as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS – I.

Or

Two years residency training in Internal Medicine and two years residency training in any four of the sub-specialities (six months in each) as mentioned in clause IIIAa (i) of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS Part – I.

b) For Surgery (with course) :-

i) Three years residency training in general surgery including Traumatology or Orthopaedic Surgery of which one year residency training must be after passing FCPS Part –1.

Or

Two and a half years residency training in general surgery and six months in Orthopaedic Surgery or Traumatology as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) of which one year residency training must be after passing FCPS Part –1

Or

Two years residency training in general surgery and one year residency training in any two of the sub-specialties ( 06 months each) as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) including six months in Traumatology or Orthopaedic Surgery of which one year residency training must be after passing FCPS-I.

ii) One year organized Academic Course.

b) Surgery (without course) :-

i) Four years residency training in General Surgery including Traumatology or Orthopaedic

Surgery of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS Part – I.

Or

Three and a half years residency training in General Surgery and six months residency training in Orthopaedic Surgery/ Traumatology ( Casualty training of DMCH & SSMCH) of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS Part –I.

Or

Three years residency training in General Surgery, six months residency training in Orthopaedic Surgery/Traumatology and remaining six months residency training in any of the sub-specialities as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS – I.

Or

Two and a half years residency training in General Surgery, six months residency training in Orthopaedic Surgery/Traumatology and remaining one year residency training in any two of the sub-specialites (06 months each) as mentioned in clause IIIAb (i) of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS – I.

c) For the remaining subjects (with course):

Exceptions:-

i) Three years residency training in respective subject of which one year must be after FCPS – I.

ii) One year organized Academic Course

1. In case of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

i) Three years training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Or

Two & half year’s residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

And

Six months residency training in Medicine/Surgery/Orthopaedic Surgery/Neurology/ Neuro Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology/Paediatrics. Out of the total three years residency training one year must be after FCPS – I.

ii) One year Academic course.

2. In case of Dermatology & Venereology

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (compulsory ) And

ii) Two years residency training in Dermatology & Venereology. Out of this total three years residency training one year must be after FCPS – I.

DDV Qualified Candidates from any university recognized by BMDC and BCPS will get six months training exemption from the total part of training in Dermatology & Venereology.

iii) One year Academic course.

3. In case of Anaesthesiology

i) 03 years training in Anaesthesiology. Out of this 03 years training one year must be after passing FCPS-I.

ii) DA qualified candidates from any university recognized by BMDC and BCPS will get one year training exemption from three years training in Anaesthesiology.

iii) One year academic course.

4. In case of Haematology

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine ( compulsory ) And

ii) Two years residency training in Haematology. Out of this total three years residency training one year residency training must be after FCPS – I.

iii) One year Academic course.

c) For the remaining subjects (without course) :-

Four years residency training in respective subject of which two years residency training must be after passing FCPS – I.

Exceptions :-

1. In case of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

i) Four years training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Or

Three & half year’s residency training in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

And

Six months residency training in Medicine/Surgery/Orthopaedic Surgery/Neurology/ Neuro Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology/Paediatrics. Out of the total four years

residency training two years residency training must be after FCPS – I.

2. In case of Dermatology & Venereology

i) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory)

ii) Three years residency training in Dermatology & Venereology. Out of this total four years residency training two years must be after passing FCPS – I.

DDV Qualified Candidates from any university recognized by BMDC and BCPS will get six months training exemption from the total part of training in Dermatology & Venereology.

3. In case of Anaesthesiology

i) Four years training in Anaesthesiology. Out of 04 years training 02 years must be after passing FCPS-I.

ii) DA qualified candidates from any university recognized by BMDC and BCPS will get one year training exemption from the total four years training in Anaesthesiology.

4. In case of Haematology

j) One year residency training in Internal Medicine (Compulsory) And

ii) Three years residency training in Haematology. Out of this four years training two years must be after passing FCPS – I.

IV. (a) Dissertation (three hard copies & one soft copy) : The dissertation in respect of Internal

Medicine, Paediatrics, Psychiatry or Dermatology and Venereology shall include at least

3 illustrative case notes related to the subject. All dissertations must be submitted at least 3 months before the date of examination (for the candidates who passed FCPS-I examination before July, 2010). An attested copy of the letter showing that his/her dissertation has been accepted by the College must be submitted.

(b) The candidates who passed FCPS-I in July, 2010 and onward will have to submit the dissertation protocol atleast 1 year and 6 months before the targeted exam. Dissertation protocol will not be accepted without attending the training program on “Writing dissertation” organized by BCPS. They have to submit the dissertation atleast 06 months before the exam (as on 30 June for January exam and 30 December for July examination).

(c) In writing dissertation, the candidates are instructed to follow the rules and guidelines of

BCPS.

N.B. :- a) Acceptance of dissertation will be considered as a prerequisite for appearing in the examination. b) Dissertation/Thesis which is already accepted for a post-graduate qualification will not be

considered.

c) Requisite residency training and academic course must be completed on or before 31 December,

2012. During submission of enrolment form the candidate will have to submit training/ course certificate to the effect that his/her training / course will be completed on 31 December, 2012. (For the candidates whose training/course will be completed on 31 December, 2012)

d) Honorary training in District Sadar Hospital will not be accepted (with effect from

January, 2010).

V. For candidates appearing in Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology/Ophthalmology/Otolaryngology who completed training before introduction of Logbook will have to submit a list of 100 operations performed/assisted by the candidate (as per proforma of the College) duly signed by the trainer & Countersigned by the Head of the Institute/Hospital recognized by BCPS. Out of

100 operations 25 should be major.

VI For candidates appearing in Anaesthesiology must submit a Certificate of administering of at least 500 cases of General Anaesthesia by the candidate duly signed by trainer & countersigned by Head of the Institute/Hospital recognized by BCPS. And a detailed list ( in duplicate) of at least 100 case of General Anaesthesia administered by the candidate of which 50 of major operations singed by the trainer & countersigned by the Head of the Institute/Hospital recognized by BCPS.

VII A candidate in FCPS-II (Final) examination can appear for a maximum of ten times within a period of seven years, whichever may come first.

This rule will be effective from January, 2012 examination.

D. For FCPS (Final) Examination in the Specialized Subjects:-

Gastroenterology, Neurology, Nephrology, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Cardiology, Pulmonology, Hepatology, Rheumatology, Infectious Disease & Tropical Medicine, Urology,Neuro-surgery, Cardiovascular Surgery, Thoracic Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Paediatric Surgery, Neonatology, Paediatric Haematology & Oncology, Paediatric Nephrology, Paediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition and Paediatric Pulmonology, Paediatric Neurology & Development, Feoto-Maternal Medicine, Gynaecological Oncology and Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility.

 

1. Rules for eligibility:-

i) Those who have passed FCPS Part – I examination in the relevant specialty and Preliminary FCPS – II examination in relevant general subject or FCPS in parent subjects or MD/MS ( D. U./ BSMMU ) in relevant specialties. The MD/MS Diploma/ degree must be recognized by Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council (BMDC).

ii) Those who have successfully completed 03 years training in relevant sub-speciality of Surgery, Medicine, Paediatrics and Obstetrics & Gynaecology from the hospital/Institute recognized by BCPS. (Original certificate and as per proforma of BCPS). Out of 03 years training, 02 years training must be taken after passing FCPS – I examination and preliminary FCPS – II examination. Remaining one year training may be taken before passing Preliminary FCPS – II examination.

iii) (a) Candidates having FCPS in relevant parent subjects and MD, MS in relevant speciality (D.U./ BSMMU) will directly enter into speciality training (i.e. they will get exemption from appearing in FCPS – I and Preliminary FCPS – II examination).

(b) Those who have completed 3 years training in relevant sub-speciality of Surgery, Medicine, Paediatrics and Obstetrics & Gynaecology after passing FCPS in respective parent subjects and MD/MS (D.U./BSMMU) in relevant speciality.

iv) (a) A dissertation / thesis prepared during the specialty training period and accepted by the appropriate authority recognized by BCPS. The dissertation/thesis will need to be defended by the candidate and to be passed. Dissertation/Thesis is to be submitted at least 3 months before the date of examination (For the candidates who passed FCPS-I examination before July, 2011). A soft copy of dissertation/Thesis must be submitted along with 3 hard copies.

(b) The candidates who passed FCPS-I in July, 2010 and onward will have to submit the dissertation/Thesis protocol atleast 01 year and 06 months before the targeted exam. Dissertation protocol will not be accepted without attending the training program on “Writing dissertation” organized by BCPS.

They have to submit the dissertation/Thesis atleast 06 months before the exam (as on 30 June for January exam and 30 December for July examination).

(c) In writing dissertation/Thesis, the candidates are instructed to follow the rules and guidelines of BCPS.

2. Documents have to be submitted during the submission of enrolment form by 15 November,

 

2012:-

a. Attested photocopy of MBBS/BDS Certificate

b. Attested photocopy of BMDC Permanent registration Certificate c. Money receipt of Tk 1000/- only as Enrolment fees

d. 2 copies PP size recent colour photos as directed in the form. e. Document of passing FCPS-I examination or equivalent.

f. Document of passing Preli-FCPS-II examination in the parent subject.

g. The completed log book of training in respective speciality ( Entire period of training is to be

Logged into the logbook).

h. Training Certificates (Original and as per proforma of the College).

i. For candidates appearing in Sub-speciality of Surgery/ Obstetrics & Gynaecology in which the logbooks are not yet prepared will have to submit a list of 100 operations performed/assisted by the candidate (as per proforma of the College) duly signed by the trainer & Countersigned by the Head of the Institute/Hospital recognized by BCPS. Out of

100 operations 25 should be major.

3. Documents have to be submitted after submission of examination fees by 29 November, 2012:-

a. The College part of examination fee deposit slip mentioning the name as directed and SEN at the opposite of the slip without fail.

N. B. :- (1) Dissertation/Thesis which is already accepted for a post-graduate qualification will not be considered.

(2) The candidates having M.D., M.S.( D.U., BSMMU) in general subjects will also be allowed

to appear in relevant specialized subjects if other requirements are fulfilled.

For MCPS Examination:-

1. Rules for eligibility: A candidate must have completed at least 4 years after graduation. This must include one year residency training in his/ her own speciality in an Institute/Hospital recognized by BCPS. Original certificate of this one-year training must be submitted.

 

(a) Internship training will not be accepted in MCPS examination.

(b) Honorary training in District Sadar Hospital will not be accepted (with effect from

January, 2010).

2. Documents have to be submitted during submission of enrolment form by 15 November,

2012:-

a. Attested photocopy of MBBS/BDS Certificate

b. Attested photocopy of BMDC Permanent registration Certificate c. Money receipt of Tk 1000/- only as enrolment fees

d. 2 copies PP size recent colour photos as directed in the form.

e. Training Certificates (Original and as per proforma of the College).

 

3. Documents have to be submitted after submission of examination fees by 29 November,

2012:-

a. The College part of Bank deposit slip of examination fee mentioning the name as directed and MEN at the opposite of the slip without fail.

NOTE :

1. A certificate of training for a period of less than 6 months at a time will not be accepted.

2. Last date for submission of application for withdrawal of candidature is 06-12-2012.

3. A candidate may get in touch with the Office of the College for further information.

(Professor Kanak Kanti Barua )

Honorary Secretary

Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons (BCPS).

5 comments

  1. Hi. I am Dr.Malik from Pakistan. it is nice to see all the detailed info on your page.
    I am intend to apear in FCPS II in plastic surgery in 2013. I shall be highly obliged if you can help me in order to apear in BD for exams in plastic surgery. Alll I need is information

  2. Thanks a lot.can you please tell me whether i need 1 year training in anesthesiology for appearing in anesthesiology FCPS part 1 exam?

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