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Kadambini Ganguly was the first female doctor in India.

Kadambini Ganguly was the first female doctor of South Asia who was graduated from an Indian Medical college in Kolkata.

Kadambini Ganguly was the first female doctor of South Asia who was graduated from an Indian Medical college in Kolkata.Kadambini Ganguly was born in Chandsi in Bengal's Barisal district. She went to Brahmo Eden Female School, Dacca, and then to Hindu Mahila Vidyalay, Ballygunj, Calcutta. In 1884, she became the first woman to get admission into Calcutta Medical College and graduated in 1886. Kadambini Ganguly was the very first Indian female doctor who practiced with a degree in western medicine during the British empire. She specialized in pediatrics and gynecology.

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