Government Policy

All RMU institutions come under digitalisation process

All medical institutions, including both

public and private medical and nursing colleges, under the jurisdiction of

Rajshahi Medical University (RMU) are going to enter the digital era.

All activities such as data entry, students' registration and form fill-

up for examination will be done digitally through browsing website

from anywhere and anytime in the country, RMU Vice-chancellor Prof Masum

Habib said while inaugurating a daylong training workshop yesterday.

The initiative will supplement the government's efforts to build the

Digital Bangladesh by 2021, he added.

The workshop titled Students Online Registration in Public and Private

Medical College, Nursing College and Health Institutions was held at RMU's

temporary office here.

Chaired by Controller of Examinations Dr Anwar Hossain, the workshop was

addressed, among others, by Rajshahi Medical College Prof Jawadul Haque, RMU

College Inspector Dr Ragib Ahsan and Director of Dinajpur Medical College and

Hospital Dr Sarwar Jahan.

Prof Habib told the function that all the existing public and private

medical, dental and nursing colleges and institutes in Rajshahi, Rangpur and

Khulna divisions were brought under the authority of RMU.

The university will conduct 85 post-graduate courses under nine

faculties, he added.

Appointment was given to some of the major posts including registrar and

controller of examinations aims at bringing dynamism into its activities.

The VC said the university will provide 1,000-bed modern hospital

facilities, adding a nursing institute will also be established for

generating skilled nurses.

Acquisition process of 86 acres of land for establishing the permanent

campus of the university in Borobangram area in the city is progressing fast,

he continued.

Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)