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Founder Chairman, MARKS Group

The most sophisticated profession is the medical profession which can take a person to create deepest bonding to human society. The person who established this dignified profession in the form of human welfare, thought his relentless effort over a long period was Late Brigadier General Professor Dr. Muhammad Masudur Rahman Khan

Brigadier General Professor Dr. Muhammad Masudur Rahman Khan was a renowned ENT and Head Neck Surgeon and the founder chairman of The MARKS Group and the honorable founder principal of MARKS Medical College, which is one of the most prestigious and magnificent medical college in Bangladesh.

He was the pioneer in Micro Surgery in the health sector of Bangladesh. He was born in 28th January 1944 in a novel Muslim family at village kamlaur located at Sreepur upozila under Magura district.

His father Late Dr. Ebadat Ali Khan and mother Late Begum Rawshan Ara Khan. Dr. Masud is 2nd among his four brothers and three sisters.

He was blessed with two daughters and two sons. He was a teacher per excellence and inspiring leader and a true visionary. Muhammad Masudur Rahman Khan was meritorious from his childhood. He passed successfully matriculation from Dhaka Board in 1959 and Intermediate from Dhaka University in 1961. After passing the Intermediate degree, he gets himself admitted in Dhaka Medical College in the same year to serve the community.

He passed MBBS degree in 1967 and joined medical course under the Pakistan Army with one-year seniority upon being commissioned in January 1968. He graduated (MBBS) from Dhaka Medical College (1967) and awarded degree of FRCS from Royel College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow (1980). He had also obtained D.L.O. on Otolaryngology (ENT) at 1975.

He had completed his pre-fellowship training and course in ENT and General Surgery at the institute of Laryngology and Otology, Royal National Ear Nose & Throat Hospital under the University of London and Royal College of Surgeons, England and Royal Marsden & Guy’s Hospital London from January 1980 to October 1980.

He had completed his post fellowship training in Otolaryngology, Microsurgery and Head & Neck Surgery at Royal Halifat Infirmary, UK from January 1981 to December 1981 under National Health Service, UK

Microsurgical training on temporal bond dissection (Middle Ear Surgery), Glasgow for one week, September 1981; Advanced training at Johns Hopkins University Hospital, USA on Endoscopic sinus surgery from July to October 1989.

He was also an examiner of MBBS course at Trivubon University in Nepal. He retired from service as Brigadier General in 2002 and he finished his professional career with huge achievements and reputation. In 2003, he was selected as” WHO IS WHO” by American Biographical Institute. In 2005, he was awarded “Gold Medal” for best achievement in health science.

He obtained “Lalon Shah Award” for Medical Science in 2010. This great leader died on 8th February 2012 due to colon cancer. He is no more with us but his inspiration will be always with us that will help us to work for the humanity.