KMU Conducts 11th meeting of heads of various institutions and sections

Khyber Medical University (KMU) Peshawar vice-chancellor Professor Dr. Zia ul Haq has said that the addition of Abbottabad camps on KMU campuses is a breath of fresh air for the university. This new campus will provide the university with an efficient platform to launch undergraduate as well as postgraduate programs where the students of the Hazara region will have access to various academic programs at their doorstep.
He expressed these views while presiding over the 11th meeting of heads of various departments and institutions at the IHS Abbottabad campus, while on this occasion, Registrar Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Gandapur, Pro-vice chancellor Prof. Dr. Lal Muhammad, Dean Allied Health Sciences Dr. Haider Darain, Principal KIMS Prof. Dr. Musarrat Jabeen, Principal KIDS Prof. Dr. Fahimullah and heads of various institutions were also present at the occasion.
Prof. Dr. Zia ul Haq said that the addition of the Abbottabad campus in KMU branches is a pleasant experience for us, which will enable the students of the Hazara region to get admission to all the undergraduate programs of KMU. Postgraduate programs will also be started after approval from the relevant forums.
Prof. Dr. Zia ul Haq said that with the increase in the branches of KMU, the students of the backward areas of the province would get the best medical education opportunities. The meeting was informed that a five-year strategic plan of the university is under preparation with the support of IM Sciences, which will help the university to realize its set goals.
In the meeting, confidence was expressed in the best conduct of KMU CAT 2022 and it was expected that the make-up of KMU CAT and tests of the Islamabad campus will also be conducted successfully, while in the light of the decision of PMC, all possible cooperation will also be given to PMC in conducting NMDCAT. In the meeting, the performance of various institutions and sections was reviewed in detail, and expressed satisfaction over it, the vice chancellor directed all the concerned heads to solve the problems faced by the relevant institutes immediately and on a priority basis.