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Friday, October 14, 2011




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Monday, January 3, 2011

dawn news

LAHORE, Jan 2: The Punjab Health Department has appointed faculty members for the newly-established medical colleges in the province.
Also, the district headquarters hospitals concerned have been attached with the medical colleges as teaching hospitals.
A handout issued on Sunday said Health Secretary Fawad Hassan Fawad had issued notification of Prof Dr Tanvir Ali Khan Sherwani’s appointment as Sialkot Medical College principal. The other members of the faculty are Prof Dr Shahzaman Latif, Prof Dr Liaquat Ali, Assistant Professor Dr Ibrahim Khan, Dr Ijaz Anwar, Dr Khawar Iqbal, Dr Abdul Rehman and Dr Faraz Qadeer.
Prof Dr Zameer Ahmad has been appointed Sahiwal Medical College principal. The other members of the faculty are Prof Dr Shahbaz Ashfaq, Prof Dr Ishtiaq Ahmad, Associate Professor Dr Bashir Ahmad Janjua and Assistant Professor Dr Shafiqur Rehman.
Dr Razia Rizwan, Dr Shahbaz Sharif, Dr Shafqat Rasool, Dr Rizwan Ahmad, Dr Saima Naz, Dr Arrona Khalid, Dr Shabbir Hussain, Dr Amina Safdar, Dr Samina Kausar and Dr Madeeha Chaudhry are demonstrators.
At the Gujranwala Medical Collage, Prof Dr Atia Mubarak has been named principal while the faculty members are assistant professors Dr Muhammad Amin, Dr Alamgir Rana and Dr Saqib Suhail.
Dr Nasir Majeed, Dr Hifza Ryasat, Dr Muhammad Ikram, Dr Umer Aslam, Dr Asifa Ashraf, Dr Noorul Mubin and Dr Madeeha Rehman are demonstrators.
The department has attached Allama Iqbal Memorial and Sardar Begum hospitals with the Sialkot Medical College and they have been given the status of teaching hospitals.
Similarly, the Gujranwala DHQ Hospital has been attached with the Gujranwala Medical College. The Sahiwal DHQ and Haji Abdul Qayyum Memorial hospitals have been given the status of teaching hospitals and attached with the Sahiwal Medical College.
According to the notification, the first-year students of the Dera Ghazi Khan Medical College will study at the Quaid-i-Azam Medical College, Bahawalpur and will be shifted to DG Khan campus after its completion.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Foundation laying of medical college in Sahiwal on June 12 2010

Foundation laying of medical college in Sahiwal on June 12 2010

Sahiwal (multanupdates)Punjab Minister for Food Malik Nadeem Karman has said that Punjab Government has given approval to establish Al-Farid Medical college in the city. Talking to newsmen here, he said that Mian Shahbaz Sharif, after taking oath as the Chief Minister Punjab, would be invited to lay the foundation of the medical college on June 12.The minister said that funds, amounting to rupees four billion to be spent on the 136 Kanal project, had already been acquired for the college. An overhead bridge would also be built near Qutab Shahana in the next phase, at a cost of one billion rupees, he added. Responding to a query, he said that the government would import 2,500,000 tons wheat.

Medical college for Sahiwal approved

Medical college for Sahiwal approved

Sahiwal:(ibtsamulhaq) The proposal for establishing the Sahiwal Medical College has been approved by the Punjab chief minister, official sources said.
This medical college will be a public-private partnership. The provincial government will provide Rs 4 billion as seed money while the district government of Sahiwal, in collaboration with the Sahiwal Chamber of Commerce and Industry, will generate resources, including land and finances, for the up-gradation of the DHQ, Haji Abdul Qayum and Silver Jubilee Maternity hospitals.
The three hospitals will operate as teaching hospitals of the medical college, it is learnt. Dawn