Dinajpur Medical College - Clubs and Other Activities

Clubs and Other Activities

  • Sandhani (DjMC unit)
  • Sandhani Eye Donation Society,Dinajpur Medical College Hospital Zone
  • Medicine Club (DjMC unit)
  • Oikotan (cultural organization of DjMC)

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