Hospital waste generation, segregation, collection, transportation & disposal practices were not in accordance with standard guidelines. The average waste generation in most of the hospitals was almost equivalent to other under developed countries but less than that of developed countries. No proper hospital waste collector plan existed except at few hospitals. Medical centers including hospitals, clinics and places where diagnosis and treatment are conducted generate wastes that are highly hazardous and put people under risk of fatal diseases. Although the understanding of medical waste collector and control techniques is important, technical elective courses that are offered in undergraduate chemical, civil or environmental engineering place less emphasis on this area of education. The contents presented in this paper served as a supplementary material in an under-graduate elective course on waste collector and as an educational guide for medical staff training on waste handling.