Khyber Medical University (KMU) Peshawar has announced the MBBS Final Professional Session 2022 Annual Examination Results. A total of 1915 students from 16 medical colleges of the public and private sector participated in the exam, out of which 1794 students passed, thus the overall success rate was 93 percent.
According to the results, Sumyya Habib, a student of Northwest School of Medicine (NWSM), Peshawar, stood first with 1464 marks, Saima Khan Mehsud of Gomal Medical College, Dera Ismail Khan, secured second position with 1431 marks, while Rahat Khan of Saidu Medical College (SMC) Swat grabbed third position by scoring 1430 marks.
According to the details, 1915 male and female students from 10 public and 6 private sector medical colleges of the province participated in the said examination, out of which 1794 students succeeded, while the overall result was 93 percent. It is worth mentioning that the MBBS final professional exam has a total of 1600 marks; at least 50% of marks are mandatory for success in each subject.
Meanwhile, the vice-chancellor of KMU Prof. Dr. Zia ul Haq congratulated the successful students, especially the first, second, and third position holders, and said that these young doctors are the pride of the nation. He said that these young doctors will not only fulfill the expectations of their parents and teachers but will also play an essential role in the welfare of society by making the service of suffering humanity the motto of their lives.
While appreciating the role and hard work of the University’s Controller of Examinations Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Gandapur, Additional Controller of Examinations Dr. Syed Hafeez Ahmed, and their team and examiners in preparing the results and ensuring the transparency of the examination process the vice-chancellor hoped that in view of the importance of medical education, the examination team will continue their work with the same zeal and enthusiasm in the future and will not consider any expediency or pressure in promoting the culture of merit and transparency.