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The Higher Education Commission (HEC), formerly the University Grant Commission, is the primary regulator of higher education in Pakistan. InPakistan, up till 2002, Universities were recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) which draws its powers from The University Grants Commission Act, 1974. The Act was repealed in 2002 by the Higher Education Commission Ordinance, 2002[1] and since then, Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC) is responsible for higher education policy, quality assurance, degree recognition, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. It also facilitated the development of higher educational system in Pakistan. Its main purpose was to upgrade universities in Pakistan to be centres of education, research and development.[citation needed]

The HEC has played a leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year. Dr. Javaid Laghari is the last incumbent appointed HEC Chairman.[2]

HEC's autonomous status was revoked and it was brought under the control of the Ministry of Professional and Technical Training in June 2012.[3][4]but the Honourable Sindh High Court suspended on 18.07.2012 the Notification dated 08.06.2012 whereby the HEC was placed under the auspices ofMinistry of Professional and Technical Training


Contents [hide]
1 Programs and projects
2 Divisions
3 Praise of higher education reforms
4 Achievements
5 Video conferencing
6 See also
7 References
8 Further reading
9 External links

[edit]Programs and projects

HEC main programs are following:
Faculty development
Curriculum revision
Higher education infrastructure development
Indigenous scholarships[5][6]
Foreign scholarships[7][8]
Patent filing support[9]
Conference travel grants[10]
Increase industry and university research collaboration
Developing new technology parks
[edit]Divisions

Following are the main divisions of HEC which are running its business:
Human Resource Management Division (incumbent head, Mr. Awais Ahmed, Director General)
Human Resource Development Division (incumbent head, Prof. Dr. Riaz Qureshi, Adviser)
Attestation & Accreditation Division (incumbent head, Mr. Fida Hussain, Director General)
Curriculum Division
Academics Division (incumbent head, Mr. Muhammad Anees Sadozai, Director General)
Quality Assurance Division (incumbent head, Ms. Zia Batool, Director General) (See list of recognized accreditation bodies)
Administration and Coordination Division (incumbent head, Mr. Dr. Muhammad Mazhar Saeed, Director General)
Legal Cell (incumbent head, Mr. Hafiz Akeel Ahmed, Law Officer)
Research & Development Division (incumbent head, Mr. Dr. Muhammad Mazhar Saeed, Director General)
Learning & Innovation Division (incumbent head, Ms Noor Amina Malik, Director General)
Planning Division
Services Division (incumbent head, Mr. Farman Ullah Anjum, Director General)
[edit]Praise of higher education reforms

There has been much praise of the higher education reforms under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman,FRS, its former Chairman. Pakistan has also been given a number of prestigious international awards for the remarkable transformation of the higher education sector.

Prof. Wolfgang Voelter (Tübingen University, Germany) in his article in Pakistan's leading Daily Newspaper Dawn entitled "The Golden Age" writes "A miracle happened. The scenario of education, science and technology in Pakistan changed dramatically, as never before in the history of Pakistan. The chairperson of the Senate Standing Committee on Education recently announced it as "Pakistan's golden period in higher education".[11]

A US educational expert Prof. Fred M. Hayward has also praised the reform process undertaken by Pakistan: "Since 2002 a number of extraordinary changes have taken place. Over the last six years almost 4,000 scholars have participated in PhD programs in Pakistan. More than 600 students have studied in foreign PhD programs. The Higher Education Commission instituted major upgrades for laboratories and information and communications technology, rehabilitation of facilities, expansion of research support, and development of one of the best digital libraries in the region. A quality assurance and accreditation process was also established. Its successes have been remarkable as the recurrent and development budgets increased 340 percent in real terms from 2001 to 2005/06. By 2008, as a result of its policy and financial successes, most universities had become strong proponents of the Higher Education Commission.Quality had increased significantly, and several institutions were on their way to becoming world-class institutions. Many expatriate Pakistanis returned from abroad with access to competitive salaries. About 95 percent of people sent abroad for training returned, an unusually high result for a developing country in response to improved salaries and working conditions at universities as well as bonding and strict follow-up by the commission, Fulbright, and others."[12]

Prof. Michael Rode, Former Chairman of the United Nations Commission on Science, Technology and Development and presently heading a Network of European and Asian Universities (ASIA-UNINET) writes: "The progress made was breath-taking and has put Pakistan ahead of comparable countries in numerous aspects. To name just a few, the establishment of a free access to scientific literature by high-speed Internet for all universities, the thousands of promising young scientists who were granted PhD studies at top universities abroad, the upgrade of research equipment accessible across the country and the programme of establishing new universities of science and technology, including technology parks attracting foreign investors, prove the efficiency and the long-term benefits for the country enabled by the HEC's chairman.The United Nations Commission on Science and Technology has closely monitored the development in Pakistan in the past years, coming to the unanimous conclusion that Prof Rahman’s policy and programme is a 'best-practice' example for developing countries aiming at building their human resources and establishing an innovative, technology-based economy."[13]

Pakistan has won four international awards for the revolutionary changes in the higher education sector brought about under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, Chairman (Federal Minister), Higher Education Commission. The TWAS (Academy of Sciences for the Developing World, Italy)Award for Institutional Development was conferred on Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman at the 11th General Conference of TWAS in October 2009.."[14] The Austrian Government conferred its high civil award "Grosse Goldene Ehrenzeischen am Bande" (2007) on Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman for transforming the Higher Education sector in Pakistan.[citation needed] Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was also elected as Fellow of Royal Society (London)(2006)[15] and Honorary Life Fellow of Kings College, Cambridge University (2007)[16] in recognition of his academic contributions as well as his services to the higher education sector in Pakistan.

Nature, a leading science journal,has also written a number of editorials and articles about the transformation brought about in Pakistan in the higher education sector under he leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, former Chairman (Federal Minister), Higher Education Commission.

In an article entitled "Pak Threat to Indian Science" published in the leading daily newspaper Hindustan Times, India, it has been reported that Prof. C.N.R. Rao, Chairman of the Indian Prime Minister's Scientific Advisory Council made a presentation to the Indian Prime Minister at the rapid progress made by Pakistan in the higher education sector under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, Chairman, Higher Education Commission. It was reported that as result of the reforms brought about in Pakistan " Pakistan may soon join China in giving India serious competition in science". "Science is a lucrative profession in Pakistan. It has tripled the salaries of its scientists in the last few years."[17]
[edit]Achievements

The creation of HEC has had a positive impact on higher education in Pakistan.
Established the finest Digital Library in Pakistan: Every student in every public sector university today has access to 45,000 textbooks research monographs from 220 international publishers as well as to 25,000 international research journals - regarded as one of the best digital libraries anywhere in the world.[18][19]
Tripled University enrollment from 135,000 in the year 2003 to 400,000 in 2008.[20]
Promoted research, resulting in huge expansion of international research publications from Pakistan from only 600 research papers /yr in 2003 to 4300 research papers in 2008.
During the 56 year period (1947–2003) not a single Pakistani university could be ranked among the top 600 universities in the world. Today 2 Pakistani universities ranked among top 200 World’s Technology Universities.[21][22]
Four year undergraduate program introduced so that our degrees are internationally recognized.[citation needed]
About 5000 Ph.D. level scholarships awarded for study in technologically advanced countries (largest program in developing world) and some 3,000 indigenous Ph.D. scholarships have been awarded. The world’s largest Fulbright Scholarship program (US $ 150 million) launched with joint funding (HEC/USAID).[citation needed]
Fifty one new universities and degree awarding institutes and 18 campuses of existing universities established during (2003–2008).[23]
Sending 1000 Pakistani students to study medicine in Cuba[24] and doing their best to register their degrees by PMDC and soon will send a delegation of members of PMDC,HEC and MNAs
[edit]Video conferencing

Amongst the objectives of this project a primary objective of introduction of Video Conferencing facility is to enhance students teachers interaction through distance learning, bridge the gap of good faculty, meet the shortage of faculty members at the universities located at far-flung areas and ultimately to uplift the standard of education in Pakistan. HEC aims to give Pakistan a bright future through a young, qualified and energetic generation.[citation needed]

In the 1st phase starting September 2006 eminent scholars from Pakistan will deliver interactive lectures on various topics and recorded lectures from foreign universities will be broadcasted. The lectures delivered/broadcasted will be aimed to develop fundamental concepts, to enhance the critical thinking for under-graduate and graduate students and to discuss cutting edge technologies/research work in the fields of modern sciences for students and faculty members. In the 2nd stage interactive lectures from foreign universities will be arranged. Nobel Laureates/Eminent scientists/researchers will be invited to deliver lectures to share their knowledge/research work. This program will continue and the remaining 32 universities in 2nd phase will become part of the program.

Currently there are more than 65 sites which are operational all over Pakistan and availing this facility for conducting lectures, meetings and other events etc.
[edit]See also
List of universities in Pakistan
Pakistan Academy of Sciences
[edit]References

^ "HEC Ordinance, 2002" (PDF). Retrieved 11 January 2012.
^ Dr Javaid R Laghari appointed HEC Chairman, The Nation, 27 August 2009, retrieved 11 January 2012
^ "HEC loses autonomy". Dawn. 2012-06-12. Retrieved 2012-06-29.
^ "Budget cuts: University staff observes nationwide black day". The Express Tribune. 2012-06-26. Retrieved 2012-06-29.
^ Indigenous scholarships, HEC, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Indigenous scholarships, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Foreign scholarships, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Foreign scholarships, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Foreign scholarships, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Conference travel grants, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Voelter, Wolfgang. "The golden period". Dawn ePaper. The golden period, The Dawn, retrieved 20 March 2010
^ Hayward, Fred M. (Winter 2009). Higher Education Transformation in Pakistan: Political & Economic Instability, International Higher Education Quarterly (54), retrieved 20 March 2010
^ Rode, Bernd Michael. Letter from Chairman/European Coordinator of ASEA-UNINET published in DAWN today, DildilpakistanWordpress, retrieved 10 March 2010
^ TWAS Awards First Regional Prizes for Scientific Institution Building, retrieved 10 March 2010
^ New Fellows - 2006, royalsociety.org, retrieved 10 March 2010
^ TWAS News archive 2007, kings.cam.ac, 26 December 2007, retrieved 10 March 2010
^ Pak threat to Indian science, Hindustan Times, 23 July 2006, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Digital Library, HEC, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ HEC– National Digital Library Program – Home Page, digitallibrary, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, World Defence Network, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Two Pakistani universities ranked among top 200 World’s Technology Universities, The Dawn, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ Two Pakistani universities ranked among top 200 World’s Technology Universities, World Defence Network, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ 'Devolution of HEC may fan provincialism', The Dawn, retrieved 19 March 2012
^ 1000 Scholarships for studies in General Comprehensive Medicine in Cuba, HEC, retrieved 19 March 2012
[edit]Further reading
"The paradox of Pakistan". Nature 450 (7170): 585–200. 2007. doi:10.1038/450585a. PMID 18046348. edit
doi:0.1038/461874c
"After Musharraf.". Nature 454 (7208): 1030–2008. 2008. doi:10.1038/4541030a. PMID 18756204. edit
Osama, A.; Najam, A.; Kassim-Lakha, S.; Zulfiqar Gilani, S.; King, C. (2009). "Pakistan's reform experiment". Nature 461 (7260): 38–39. doi:10.1038/461038a. PMID 19727184.
"Cash costs.". Nature 461 (7260): 11–12. 2009. doi:10.1038/461011b. PMID 19727158. edit
[edit]External links
Official Website
HEC's Ranking of Universities in Pakistan
HEC University Rankings (alternative link)
Pakistan Education and Research Network (PERN)
Higher Education Commission's diploma mill alert page
Higher Education Commission's - Video Conferencing Page

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KARACHI With fast changes taking place



KARACHI With fast changes taking place in the era of globalization as compared to a decade back, new technologies are coming up every now and then with newest applications and tools. But the old people working with old technologies are reluctant to adopt the new trends, said Farrukh Nizami, an IT expert while addressing a seminar on Cisco Certified Network Association (CCNA) held at Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology, on Sunday. He pointed out that Internetworking has grown fast during the last few decades to maintain the basicuser requirements with major purpose being to connect several related networks jointly so that each user could share the information same moment. He said that Internetworking involves connecting networks which use different protocols and how different nodes in a network are connected to each other and how they communicate. “There is no scarcity of jobs in the market for networking/IT professionals, he said adding that still capable candidates are not available in the field”. He explained that Cisco Networking Academy is a global education programme which teaches students how to design, build, troubleshoot, and secure computer networks for increased access to career and economic opportunities in communities around the world. Networking Academy, Farrukh said, provides online courses, interactive tools, and hands-on learning activities to help individuals prepare for ICT while and networking career is a requirement now a days virtually in every type of industry.Molecular Pathology, Microbiology depts inauguration The Molecular Pathology and Microbiology departments at the Liaquat National Hospital and Medical College, will be inaugurated today. An announcementon Sunday said that the Liaquat National Hospital would also arrange an Open House from 10 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.

Punjab University, an oldest seat of learning in the sub-continent turned 130 years



LAHORE - The Punjab University, an oldest seat of learning in the sub-continent turned 130 years on Sunday with 30,000 students studying in 13 faculties comprising 73 disciplines. Tracing the history, Punjab University Chief Librarian MuhammadHanif said that PU was formally established with the convening the first meeting of its Senate on Oct 14, 1882, at Simla with Sir James Broadwood Lyall as first VC. It came into existence as a result of a long drawn struggle of the people of Punjab after the War of Independence in 1857. Contrary to previously established three universities Bombay, Madras and Calcutta which were only examining institutions, the PU was both teaching as well as examining body right from the first day.
He said the contribution of Dr GW Leitner, a Hungarian and a naturalised Britisher, was instrumental in the establishment of PU and he became its first registrar. “Prof AC Woolner, who remained vice-chancellor of this university during 1928-1936, played a key role in its development during the initial decades of this century. His statue still stands in front of the Allama Iqbal Campus of the university,” he said, adding that Dr Umar Hayat Malik became first VC after partition and Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran was its 51st VC. The strength of the faculty was greatly reduced because of the migration of non-Muslim teachers and scholars at the time of independence.
NOBLE LAUREATES: PU has produced three noble laureates, Har Gobind Khorana, Abdus Salam and Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar.
Hanif said that during the last five years PU had gone through a number of institutional reforms aimed at quality in teaching and research and a number of newly emerging disciplines have been added to make the varsity education relevant to the needs of the society.
He said PU differed from the other universities because of its adherence to ideological and cultural values while maintaining a progressive professional posture.


About library history, he said it was established in 1873. He said that in the beginning, only 2,000 books of Sir Donald Macleaod were purchased for Rs 2,500 in 1873 but now there were over 7 lakh books with 28 personal collections of eminent scholars. It has also emerged the largest e-library in the country with 63,000 Higher Education Commission digital books on line, he added.
About academic achievements, Hanif said that a record number of 525 PhDs were produced during the last 5 year while 130 PU teachers presentedresearch papers in international conference in the period.
On the other hand, PU had hosted 31 international and national conferences and 215 books authored by teachers on different topics and over 1,000 research papers produced by teachers were also published in leading journals.
He said it was the first time in PU history that all Baloch students and special students were being educated free with Rs 3,000 per month scholarships and free hostel accommodation and food.



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Christians asked to leave local army camp



LANDI KOTAL, Oct 14: The commandant of Khyber Rifles on Sunday ordered about 30 Christian families, residing in the local army camp, to vacate their houses immediately.

The orders were verbally conveyed to the Christian families when they were assembling in a church, situated in the camp, for Sunday service. “Khyber Rifles personnel, wielding sticks and batons, ordered us to vacate our houses immediately,” Arshad Masih, chairman of Christian community in Khyber Agency, told media persons.

He said that only those Christians, who were government employees, were allowed to stay in their homes while the rest were ordered to pack their belongings and leave the army camp forthwith.

None of the Khyber Rifles officials was available for comments, however, an official of the local politicaladministration told Dawn that nearly 30 families, who were residing in the camp without any official permission, were ordered to leave.

“The local political administration has nothing to do with the expulsion of Christians from the army camp as the area is not under its control,” the official said.

He added that Khyber Rifles issued several notices to those Christian families in the recent past but they didn’t pay any heed to them.



The official said that only government employeeswere allowed to stay and reside inside the army camp. They were no more entitled to live in the army camp as they had retired from service, he added.

Meanwhile, the Christian families staged a protest demonstration outside Landi Kotal Press Club on Sunday. Holding banners and placards, they appealed to the officials concerned to show mercy on them as they had no other place to go.

Talking to journalists, Arshad Masih said that most of them had been residing in the army camp for almost a century as their forefathers migrated from other parts of the country in 1914, before the creation of Pakistan, and settled down in Landi Kotal.

He said that they were not entitled to any other jobother than that of sweeper. “At present there are only 40 posts of sweepers at the army camp. The rest of us are jobless as we don’t possess tribal domicile and computerised national identity card of Fata,” he lamented.

The protesting Christians said that instead of expelling them from their houses, the government should grant them permission to buy property in the tribal areas and allocate quota to them in government jobs.

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University Teachers seek Rs10bn to help ease varsities’ financial crisis



KARACHI, Oct 14: Expressing concern over a financial crisis being experienced by all public sector universities of the country, university teacher representatives have called upon the government to immediately release at least Rs10 billion to the Higher Education Commission.

The financial crisis, according to sources, has developed on account of the government’s failure in making timely release of adequate funds to the HEC. Resultantly, the universities have no money to pay for the 40 per cent raise in salaries that the government has given to all public sector employees over the past two years.

The acute shortage of funds, they said, was also badly affecting research and academic activities. Not a single penny had been paid on account of development funds since the last quarter of the last financial year.

Speaking to Dawn, Prof Dr Muttahir Ahmed, the president of the Karachi University Teachers’ Society (Kuts), said that the crisis was not KU specific and all public sector universities were being affected. “The universities are getting funds in three to four instalments and then even that instalment is half of what is promised,” he said.

Regarding the situation at Karachi University, he said that this time it seemed that the financial crisis was far more serious than what the institution had been facing over the past few years.

Earlier, he said, the KU had been managing largely from the evening programme funds but now it appeared that the reserve had already been exhausted.

He referred to a recently held meeting of the university’s academic council where the vice chancellor had admitted that the university’s financial position was very weak.

“We were told that the university has no money to pay salaries to its staff. The vice chancellor looked extremely worried since the government has announced that public sector employees will be paid salaries before Eid,” he said.

Prof Dr Abid Husnain, former Kuts president, blamed the previous university administration for the financial crisis and said that when the present vice chancellor took over the university coffers were empty.

“The situation today is highly worrisome. The university has refused to attend requests for academic expenses and we have no idea how the situation would be tackled,” he said.

Dr Kaleemullah Bareach, the president of the Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Association, said that no amount of this year’s budget had been given to the universities and the government needed to release at least Rs10 billion immediately.



“The Rs4bn released by the government was from the last year’s budget. The university teachers across the country are deprived of raise in their salaries. We are surprised over the crisis at the HEC when employees at other government
departments are getting their salaries without delay.”

He criticised the HEC, which he said did not take up the issue with the government at the right time despite reminders from university teachers.

According to Dr Bareach, the government-HEC conflict over other issues seemed to be a major factor behind the government refusal in addressing the HEC’s financial needs.

“The situation is more serious in Balochistan as well as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. All public sector universities recently observed a strike for 15 days in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to force the government to release the salary increase amount pending since July,” he said, adding that the association had called a meeting in Islamabad after Eid to formulate a national strategy on the issue.

He also said a ‘conspiracy’ was under way to commercialise public sector universities. “Rs10 billion is not a big amount. The government has diverted funds to other schemes like Benazir Income Support Programme. The anti-education attitude has forced us to think that a conspiracy against public sector universities is in the offing,” he said.

Dr Humayun Khan from Agriculture University Peshawar said: “Though the vice chancellors of public sector universities have issued notifications regarding payment of enhanced salary following a protest by teachers, no payment has yet been made to the employees.”

HEC Chairman Dr Javed Laghari concurred with teachers on the issue and said the government had backed out of its commitment on funds’ release.

“Last year the finance ministry had given us an assurance in writing that the universities would pay enhancedsalaries to the employees and later the ministry would adjust the amount in arrears. However, this hasn’t happened yet. The government also hasn’t released any amount for development funds since the last quarter of the last financial year,” he said, adding that more than 60 per cent development funds were spent on stipends and foreign and local scholarships.

“The student scholarships and stipends are HEC first priority and it has to cut down its other programmes to pay for their expenses since the government is not releasing any funds for them,” he said.

About the World Bank’s aid, he said foreign funds went to the government exchequer without having any effect on the HEC budget though a part of the aid was promised to be given to the commission.

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In Pakistan, a medical school is more often referred to as a medical college. A medical college is affiliated with a university as a department which usually has a separate campus. Currently, there are a total of 88 medical colleges in Pakistan, 38 of which are public and 50 private. All but two colleges are listed in International Medical Education Directory.

All medical colleges and universities are regulated by the respective provincial department of health. They however have to be recognized after meeting a set criteria by a central regulatory authority called Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC). Entrance in to the medical colleges is based on merit under the guidelines of PMDC. Both the academic performance at the HSC(grades 11-12) and an entrance test like MCAT are taken into consideration for the eligibility to enter most of the medical colleges.

After successfully completing five years of academic and clinical training in the medical college and affiliated teaching hospitals the graduates are awarded a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree and four years education to get a BDS Dental degree. The graduates are then eligible to apply for a medical license from the PMDC.
Number of registered medical colleges (PK)Province/TerritoryPublicPrivateTotalAzad Kashmir 2 1 3
Balochistan 1 1 2
Capital Territory 1 5 6
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 8 8 16
Punjab 17 23 40
Sindh 9 12 21
Total 38 50 88



Contents [hide]
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2 Future colleges
3 See also
4 References
5 External links

[edit]List of medical colleges
Name of medical schoolFundingEstablishedEnrollmentUniversityDistrictProvinceWebsiteIMED profileAbbottabad International Medical College Private 2008 100 KMU Abbottabad KP aimca.edu.pk 704275
Aga Khan Medical College Private 1983 100 AKU Karachi Sindh aku.edu 704155
Akhtar Saeed Medical and Dental College Private 2009 100 UHS Lahore Punjab amdc.edu.pk 704280
Al-Nafees Medical College Private 2012 100 IU-H Islamabad Capital isra.edu.pk 704285
Al-Tibri Medical College Private 2010 100 IU-H Karachi Sindh isra.edu.pk 704290
Allama Iqbal Medical College Public 1975 - UHS Lahore Punjab aimc.edu.pk 704135
Ameer-ud-Din Medical College Public 2011 100 UHS Lahore Punjab pgmipunjab.edu.pk 704295
Amna Inayat Medical College Private 2011 100 RIU Sheikhupura Punjab none 704300
Army Medical College Public 1977 200 NUST Rawalpindi Punjab pakistanarmy.gov.pk 704140
Avicenna Medical College Private 2010 100 UHS Lahore Punjab amch.edu.pk 704305
Ayub Medical College Public 1979 200 KMU Abbottabad KP ayubmed.edu.pk 704150
Azad Jammu and Kashmir Medical College Public 2012 100 AJKU Muzaffarabad AJK none not listed
Aziz Fatima Medical and Dental College Private 2012 100 UHS Faisalabad Punjab afmdc.edu.pk 704310
Azra Naheed Medical College Private 2011 100 SU-L Lahore Punjab anmc.superior.edu.pk 704315
Bacha Khan Medical College Public 2010 50 KMU Mardan KP bkmc.edu.pk 704320
Bahria University Medical and Dental College Private 2008 100 BU-I Karachi Sindh bahria.edu.pk 704325
Bannu Medical College Public 2007 100 KMU Bannu KP none 704330
Baqai Medical College Private 1988 100 BMU Karachi Sindh baqai.edu.pk 704122
Bolan Medical College Public 1972 - UoB Quetta Balochistan bmc.edu.pk 704125
Central Park Medical College Private 2008 100 UHS Lahore Punjab cpmcollege.edu.pk 704335
Chandka Medical College Public 1973 - SMBBMU Larkana Sindh cmc.edu.pk 704086
CMH Lahore Medical And Dental College Private 2006 150 UHS Lahore Punjab cmhlahore.edu.pk 704240
Continental Medical College Private 2008 100 UHS Lahore Punjab cmclhr.edu.pk 704340
Dow International Medical College Public 2007 150 DUHS Karachi Sindh duhs.edu.pk 704200
Dow Medical College Public 1945 350 DUHS Karachi Sindh dmc.edu.pk 704060
Fatima Jinnah Medical College Public 1948 300 UoP Lahore Punjab fjmc.edu.pk 704070
Federal Medical and Dental College Public 2012 50 QAU Islamabad Capital pims.gov.pk 704345
FMH College of Medicine and Dentistry Private 2000 100 UHS Lahore Punjab fmsystem.org 704010
Foundation University Medical College Private 2001 150 FUI Rawalpindi Punjab fui.edu.pk 704015
Frontier Medical College Private 1996 100 BU-I Abbottabad KP fmc.edu.pk 704175
Ghulam Muhammad Mahar Medical College Public 2003 100 SMBBMU Sukkur Sindh gmmmc.edu.pk 704250
Gomal Medical College Public 1998 50 KMU D. I. Khan KP gmcdikhan.edu.pk 704190
Gujranwala Medical College Public 2010 100 UHS Gujranwala Punjab none 704350
Hamdard College of Medicine and Dentistry Private 1994 100 HU-K Karachi Sindh hamdard.edu.pk 704115
Hashmat Medical and Dental College Public 2011 100 UHS Gujrat Punjab hmdc.edu.pk 704355
Independent Medical College Private 2008 100 UHS Faisalabad Punjab indmedcol.com 704360
Islam Medical College Private 2010 100 UHS Sialkot Punjab islammedicalcollege.com 704365
Islamabad Medical and Dental College Private 1997 100 BU-I Islamabad Capital imdcollege.com 704235
Islamic International Medical College Private 1996 100 RIU Rawalpindi Punjab iimc.riphah.edu.pk 704180
Isra University (Faculty of Medicine and Allied Medical Sciences) Private 1997 100 IU-H Hyderabad Sindh isra.edu.pk 704030
Jinnah Medical and Dental College Private 1998 100 UoK Karachi Sindh jmc.edu.pk 704035
Jinnah Medical College Private 2009 50 KMU Peshawar KP jmcp.edu.pk 704370
Kabir Medical College Private 1995 100 GU Peshawar KP gandhara.edu.pk 704165
Karachi Medical and Dental College Public 1991 250 UoK Karachi Sindh kmdc.edu.pk 704160
Khawaja Muhammad Safdar Medical College Public 2007 100 UHS Sialkot Punjab kmsmc.edu.pk 704375
Khyber Girls Medical College Public 2004 50 KMU Peshawar KP kgmc.edu.pk 704230
Khyber Medical College Public 1954 250 KMU Peshawar KP kmc.edu.pk 704110
King Edward Medical College Public 1860 - KEMU Lahore Punjab kemu.edu.pk 704080
KUST Institute of Medical Sciences Public 2006 50 KMU Kohat KP kust.edu.pk 704380
Lahore Medical and Dental College Private 1997 150 UHS Lahore Punjab lmdc.edu.pk 704020
Liaquat College of Medicine and Dentistry Private 2006 100 UoK Karachi Sindh lcmd.edu.pk 704260
Liaquat National Medical College Private 2007 100 UoK Karachi Sindh lnh.edu.pk 704245
Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences Public 1951 350 LUMHS Jamshoro Sindh lumhs.edu.pk 704050
Mohiuddin Islamic Medical College Private 2009 100 MIU Mirpur AJK miu.edu.pk 704445
Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Medical College Public 2011 100 AJKU Mirpur AJK mbbsmc.edu.pk not listed
Muhammad Medical College Private 1999 100 UoS Mirpurkhas Sindh mmc.edu.pk 704055
Multan Medical and Dental College Private 2008 100 UHS Multan Punjab mmdc.edu.pk 704385
Nawaz Sharif Medical College Private 2009 100 UoG Gujrat Punjab uog.edu.pk 704390
Nishtar Medical College Public 1951 250 UHS Multan Punjab nmch.edu.pk 704090
Pak International Medical College Private 2010 100 KMU Peshawar KP pimc.edu.pk 704395
Pak Red Crescent Medical and Dental College Private 2012 100 UHS Lahore Punjab prcmdc.com 704400
Peoples Medical College Public 1974 200 PUMHS Nawabshah Sindh pumhs.edu.pk 704100
Peshawar Medical College Private 2005 100 RIU Peshawar KP prime.edu.pk 704215
Punjab Medical College Public 1973 250 UHS Faisalabad Punjab pmc.edu.pk 704085
Quaid-e-Azam Medical College Public 1970 300 UHS Bahawalpur Punjab none 704003
Quetta Institute of Medical Sciences Private 2011 100 UoB Quetta Balochistan qims.edu.pk 704405
Rashid Latif Medical College Private 2010 100 UHS Lahore Punjab rlmclahore.com 704255
Rawal Institute of Health Sciences Private 2012 100 BU-I Islamabad Capital rihs.com.pk 704410
Rawalpindi Medical College Public 1974 350 UHS Rawalpindi Punjab rmc.edu.pk 704130
Rehman Medical College Private 2010 100 KMU Peshawar KP rmi.edu.pk 704415
Sahiwal Medical College Public 2011 100 UHS Sahiwal Punjab none 704420
Saidu Medical College Public 1998 100 KMU Swat KP smcswat.edu.pk 704185
Sargodha Medical College Public 2007 100 UHS Sargodha Punjab smc.uos.edu.pk 704270
Services Institute of Medical Sciences Public 2003 150 UHS Lahore Punjab sims.edu.pk 704205
Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical College Public 2011 100 DUHS Karachi Sindh sbbmcl.com.pk 704425
Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Medical and Dental College Private 2009 100 UoP Lahore Punjab skzmdc.edu.pk 704435
Shaikh Zayed Medical College Public 2003 100 UHS R. Y. Khan Punjab szmc.edu.pk 704210
Shalamar Medical and Dental College Private 2010 100 UHS Lahore Punjab smdc.edu.pk 704265
Sharif Medical and Dental College Private 2008 100 UHS Lahore Punjab sharifmedicalcity.org 704430
Shifa College of Medicine Private 1999 100 BU-I Islamabad Capital shifacollege.edu 704025
Sindh Medical College Public 1973 350 SMU Karachi Sindh duhs.edu.pk 704065
Sir Syed College of Medical Sciences Private 1998 100 UoK Karachi Sindh sscms.edu.pk 704045
University College of Medicine and Dentistry Private 2001 150 UoL Lahore Punjab uol.edu.pk 704220
University Medical and Dental College Private 2003 150 UHS Faisalabad Punjab umc.tuf.edu.pk 704225
Wah Medical College Private 2002 100 UHS Attock Punjab wahmedicalcollege.edu.pk 704195
Women Medical College Private 2000 100 KMU Abbottabad KP wmc.edu.pk 704075
Yusra Medical and Dental College Private 2010 100 BU-I Islamabad Capital ymdc.edu.pk 704440
Ziauddin Medical College Private 1996 150 ZMU Karachi Sindh zu.edu.pk 704170

[edit]Future colleges
Muzaffarabad Medical College - Muzaffarabad District, Azad Kashmir - under construction
[edit]See also
Medical school
List of medical schools
List of medical organizations in Pakistan
Pakistan Medical and Dental Council
[edit]References
PMDC - List of registered medical colleges
[edit]External links
Pakistan Medical and Dental Council official site

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