Medical College in Lahore

King Edward Medical University PhD programmes notified

Lahore :November 24: On the recommendation of Pakistan Medical & Dental Council, the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination has granted recognition of PhD postgraduate qualifications of King Edward Medical University in different subjects and notified in the gazette of Pakistan. The PhD notified postgraduate programmes include biochemistry, anatomy and community medicine along with master's in public health, master of philosophy in community medicine and doctor of hematology.

KEM University ceremony of newly-admitted MBBS students

LAHORE:20 November: An introductory ceremony was organised in the honour of the newly-admitted MBBS students at King Edward Medical University, Lahore in the new auditorium. More than 300 students and their parents were invited to attend this ceremony. It is pertinent to mention here that for the secession 2018-19 the students securing more than 92.50 percent marks have been declared eligible to get admission in this prestigious institution which is the top most merit in the province.

Fatima Jinnah Medical University MBBS first prof classes begin

LAHORE:20 November: Fatima Jinnah Medical University started MBBS first professional classes here on Monday. Oath-taking ceremony of first year MBBS was held. Vice Chancellor Professor Aamir Zaman Khan and former Principal of the then Fatima Jinnah Medical College Professor Majeed Ch administrated the oath. Pro VC Prof Shireen Khawar, Registrar Prof Bilquis Shabbir and huge crowd of parents and students and faculty attended the ceremony.The news.

Medical colleges entrance test rescheduled due to Ashura-e-Muharram

LAHORE:01September: A decision has been taken to reschedule medical colleges entrance test from September 16 to 23 due to engagement of police and administration in Ashura-e-Muharram. The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by Punjab Chief Secretary Akbar Durrani at Civil Secretariat on Friday held to review arrangements for entrance test for admissions to medical and dentals colleges of Punjab to be conducted by University of Health Sciences, Lahore.

Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre to plant trees ceremony held

Lahore:August 18:A ceremony was held at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) to plant trees as part of the Greener Pakistan Initiative to celebrate the 71st Independence Day of Pakistan, stated a press release issued on Friday. Speaking at the ceremony, National Forum of Environment and Health (NFEH) President Naeem Qureshi, informed the audience that the Greener Pakistan Initiative was launched to celebrate Independence Day in a befitting manner and led to the planting hundreds of plants and tree saplings in Karachi and Rawalpindi, the statement added.

King Edward Medical University conducted 7th joint admission test

Lahore:06 August:LAHORE King Edward Medical University conducted 7th joint centralised admission test on Sunday at the examination hall, Punjab University. According to a press release issued here, candidates after qualifying entry test will be placed for training for 4 to 5 years in different specialties in different attached hospitals in the province of the Punjab. In this exam, 2,509 candidates applied out of which 2,239 candidates appeared of MD/MS part I and 120 candidates of MDS part I.

King Edward Medical University VC organised a farewell ceremony

Rawalpindi:03 August: An event was organised in the honour of Fatima Jinnah Medical University Vice-Chancellor Prof Aamer Zaman Khan at the King Edward Medical University here on Thursday. According to a press release, King Edward Medical University Vice-Chancellor Prof Khalid Masud Gondal, head of departments and chairman department of surgery organised a farewell ceremony for Vice-Chancellor of FJMU.

appointment of principals of three govt medical colleges of Punjab

LAHORE:19 July: Much to health authorities’ surprise, the search committee found a desperate response to interview calls sent to senior medics for the appointment of principals of three government medical colleges of Punjab. The search committee had called 30 senior most professors for interviews from amongst the “official seniority list” prepared by the Punjab health department.

chief justice hearing a suo motu case fees charged by medical colleges,

LAHORE:13 July: The Supreme Court barred private medical colleges countrywide from advertising admissions until further notice, Geo News reported. The chief justice was hearing a suo motu case Thursday on exorbitant fees charged by medical colleges, at the Lahore Registry. Officials from the FIA informed the court that Rs745 million had been successfully recovered and returned to students.

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