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National Prof. A.K Azad Khan

Chairman of DLP, BADAS

Prof. Hajera Mahtab

Course Chair, DLP, BADAS

Prof. Tofail Ahmed

CEO, DLP

Dr. Tareen Ahmed

Additional Coordinator, DLP

Prof. S.M Ashrafuzzaman

Assistant Coordinator, DLP

Dr. Faria Afsana

Assistant Coordinator, DLP

Dr. Bishwajit Bhwomik

Assistant Coordinator, DLP

Mohd. Arifur Rahman Khan

Joint Director, DLP

DLP Management
DLP Management
National Prof. Mohammed Ibrahim
Founder, Diabetic Association of Bangladesh

Distance Learning Program (DLP)

To create appropriately trained manpower for the management and prevention of diabetes

Distance Learning Program (DLP)

To create appropriately trained manpower for the management and prevention of diabetes
National Prof. Mohammed Ibrahim
Founder, Diabetic Association of Bangladesh
Batch-32 students who could not pass or attend PCA-1 &/or PCA-2 &/or PCA-3 can appear in the PCAs on 25th October (PCA-1), 27th October (PCA-2) and 29th October (PCA-3).
The ECE of CCD Batch-32 will be held between 18th & 20th December 2021. Students willing to sit for the ECE need to pass the PCA first (if not passed or attended earlier).
Registration for CCD 34th Batch is ongoing! Prospective and interested students please select Register button to apply for CCD 34th Batch.
​Distance Learning Program (DLP)

The Certificate Course on Diabetology (CCD) is run by Distance Learning Program (DLP) which is an enterprise of Bangladesh Diabetic Somiti (BADAS)/Diabetic Association of Bangladesh (DAB).Number of people with diabetes mellitus is rising rapidly and enormously across the globe, posing a great threat for a future health tsunami. And diabetes care is suboptimal throughout the world. Bangladesh is no exception to this. The Bangladesh Diabetic Somiti (BADAS)/Diabetic Association of Bangladesh (DAB) has been fighting against this disease since its inception in 1956. But currently it can take care of about only 15-20% diabetic patients of the country. For this reason this organization has been involved in creating appropriately trained manpower for the management and prevention of diabetes through academic courses, training programmes/workshops, etc. BADAS has designed and produced this Certificate Course on Diabetology through Distance Learning Program (DLP) to provide appropriate education and training to the physicians to learn treatment and prevention of diabetes mellitus.

The course was designed in collaboration with two experts from the Open University of UK, Prof. Janet Grant, Director of Medical Education and Prof. Mike Stewart, Prof. of Neuroscience. They initially conducted a feasibility study in Bangladesh. The conclusion was that ‘a countrywide tutor-based Regional Tutorial Center (RTC) system of Distance Learning Program (DLP) is feasible under BADAS organization’. Then a workshop of Training of Tutors (TOT) was arranged. The curriculum was subsequently developed with the contributions of diabetologists and endocrinologists from BADAS. The certificate course was inaugurated in June 2003 and was formally started with a pilot batch of 50 physicians.

Due to the COVID19 panadamic during CCD bach 31 we have changed the course format to a fully online fisible one. So from the CCD bach 32  student's Learing materials are presented in lession, - students study each lession and do online End Lession Pracise on them ( as many times as he/she wants) and then they also attend online tutorials conducted by the tutor. So now students are able to persue the course from any where.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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You are eligible if you are an MBBS with a permanent registration from BMDC.

  • You can do this by online at any time.  Visit https://www.dlpbadas-bd.org/

  • Click on REGISTER button on top of page. A menu will appear with 2 (two) options. Select "Register as Student". 

  • There are 5 steps of registration:

Step 1: Your email address

Step 2: Your personal information

Step 3: Your academic information; here you will be asked to upload a) SSC & MBBS certificates; b) BMDC registration c) a passport size photo and d) NID

Then you need to wait for verification process.

Step 4: Course fee payment either by online or bank draft which must be done within a specified time after approval

Step 5: Completion of your admission process with receiving your student Identification number

Then you will be able to login as a student on the day of commencement of course to start your study.

CCD means Certificate Course on Diabetology.

It is a course run by Diabetic Association of Bangladesh.

It is for physicians who want to improve their skill in diabetes care.

It can be completed within a minimum duration of 6 (six) months.

Once admitted you should complete it within 3 (three) years, otherwise you will be course-out.

CCD means Certificate Course on Diabetology.

CCD is a modular course. There are 10 Modules. There are 3 Phases of the course.

  • Phase A consists of Modules      1, 2 & 3

  • Phase B consists of Modules      4, 5, 6 & 7

  • Phase C consists of Modules      8, 9 & 10

  • During Phase B a student has      to attend 2 Skill Development Tutorials (SDT); SDT-1 for clinical skill      and SDT-2 for practical skill

  • During Phase C a student has to attend one Workshop

What is module?

Modules are for self-study. A module resembles a chapter of a textbook

  • A module begins with an introductory lesson termed Objectives

  • And the last lesson is called Summary which summarizes the module and gives hints to further reading

  • All other lessons have 2 parts a) Text part and b) Practice part

  • You can study directly and also can be downloaded as pdf

  • After going through the text, a student can go to practice for assignment of study

  • Practice part is self-assessment process with 2 types of questions:  i) Fill up the gap(s) and ii) True/ false response

  • Score is displayed immediately upon submission or time is over

  • A student can practice as many times as he/she wants

A Module   resembles a chapter of a textbook.

  • A module consists of several units called Lessons

  • A module begins with an introductory lesson termed Objectives

  • And the last lesson is called Summary which summarizes the module and gives hints to further reading

  • All other lessons have 2 parts: a) Text part and b) Practice part

  • You can study directly and also can be downloaded as pdf

  • After going through the text, a student can go to practice for assignment of study

  • Practice part is self-assessment process with 2 types of questions:  i) Fill up the gap(s) and ii) True/ false response

  • Score is displayed immediately upon submission or time is over

  • A student can practice as many times as he/she wants.

A student is in phase A is by getting admission into the course; in phase B by successful completion of PCA 1 and in phase C by successful completion of PCA 2.

And becomes eligible for End Course Examination (ECE) by successful completion of PCA 3.

SDT means Skill Development Tutorial.

  • Prerequisite: completion of PCA 1

  • Two SDTs - SDT-1 on clinical skill and SDT-2 on practical skill are conducted as per academic calendar

  • Take preparation by studying your previous modules

  • Attend the tutorials as per schedule

  • Submit your evaluation report to (Click on Evaluation in the dashboard) get an SDT completion message

  • Prerequisite: completion of PCA 2

  • Apply for a Workshop as per calendar and get a confirmation message and a link of instructions (Click on Workshop in the dashboard)

  • Attend the session

  • Submit your evaluation report to (Click on Evaluation in the dashboard) get a Workshop completion message

ECE means End Course Examination.

  • Prerequisite: completion of PCA 3 or previously unsuccessful ECE

  • Apply for a ECE as per calendar to get your admit card

  • Attend the ECE

  • Submit your report to get your certificate (Click on Certificate in the dashboard)

You are eligible if you are an MBBS with a permanent registration from BMDC.

  • You can do this by online at any time.  Visit https://www.dlpbadas-bd.org/

  • Click on REGISTER button on top of page. A menu will appear with 2 (two) options. Select "Register as Student". 

  • There are 5 steps of registration:

Step 1: Your email address

Step 2: Your personal information

Step 3: Your   academic information; here you will be asked to upload: 

a) SSC & MBBS certificates; 

b) BMDC registration 

c) a passport size photo and 

d) National ID (NID) card

Then you need to wait for verification process.

Step 4: Course fee payment, either by online or bank draft, which must be done within a specified time   after approval

Step 5: Completion   of your admission process with receiving your student Identification number

Then you will be able to login   as a student to start your study after the course is open (as in academic calendar).

Keep the record of your 

a) Password; 

b) Phone number;

c) email Address;

d) Student Identification Number

These will be needed throughout your study

PCA means Phase Completion Assessment.

It is an online assessment/examination at the end of a   phase.

  1. Student will be able to appear in his/her PCA after becoming eligible for it according to schedule of academic calendar (Click on PCA -1/ 2/ 3 in the dashboard)

  2. Questions have to be answer in True/False format, either in a single statement or in stems of a multiple-choice question (MCQ)

  3. Marking system: for a correct response + 1; for an incorrect response -0.5 and for no response 0

  4. Once a student starts PCA 'Countdown' for finishing time will start

  5. End of a PCA can be done using 'Submit' button or will be automatic at the end of countdown

  6. Result will be displayed and also a message will be sent

  7. There will be repeated chances to retake the exam, or nsuccessful students may be asked to apply for another PCA

What   are the eligibility criteria for appearing in PCA?

  • For PCA 1: After 4 weeks of start day of the course

  • For PCA 2: After successful completion SDT-1 and 2

  • For PCA 3: After successful completion of Workshops

CCD means Certificate Course on Diabetology.

CCD is a modular course. There are 10 Modules.

There are 3 Phase of the course.

  • Phase-A consists of Modules 1, 2 & 3

  • Phase-B consists of Modules 4, 5, 6 & 7

  • Phase-C consists of Modules 8, 9 & 10

What is module?

Modules are for self-study. A module resembles a chapter of a textbook.

  • A module begins with an introductory lesson termed Objectives

  • And the last lesson is called Summary which summarizes the module and gives hints to further reading

  • All other lessons have 2 parts: a) Text part and b) Practice part

  • You can study directly and also can be downloaded as pdf

  • After going through the text, a student can go to practice for assignment of study

  • Practice part is self-assessment process with 2 types of questions:  i) Fill up the gap(s) and ii) True/ false response

  • Score is displayed immediately upon submission or time is over

  • A student can practice as many times as he/she wants

You can complete it within 6 (six) months (during the session you registered).

Once admitted you have to complete it within 3 (three) years, otherwise you will be course-out...

Postgraduates in Endocrinology with kin interest in teaching in face to face or online sessions of skill development are given preference for it.

You will be given preference if you have experience as Tutor of CCD of DLP.

If you are interested, you should select the Register button on top right-hand side of page. 2 (two) options will appear. Select "Register as Faculty". 

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Our Address: Room# 331, DLP Office, 2nd Floor, 122 Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Shahbag

BIRDEM General Hospital

Distance Learning Program (DLP) is an enterprise of the Diabetic Association of Bangladesh (BADAS).
Certificate Course on Diabetology (CCD) is a regular course operated by BADAS, under DLP, to create trained manpower for the prevention and management of diabetes.

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