Khyber Medical University MBBS results
Sixty-nine per cent students pass MBBS Part-I exam
Peshawar, Jan 28: Khyber Medical University Peshawar has announced
MBBS first professional Part I & Part II and BDS first professional results.
According to details, in MBBS Ist professional Part I examination total 570
students were appeared in the examination in which 391 were declared successful.
The over all result of Part I exam was 69 percent. Ambreen Subhan, Saeed Ali,
Farah Sagheer and Khudija Iffat with 449, 443 and 440 marks got first, second
and third positions respectively.
In the MBBS Ist Professional Part II exam 567
students of four various public sector medical colleges of the province were
participated in which 368 were declared successful. Over all result of Part II
was 67 Percent. Waheed Alam, Muhammad Hassan Saeed and Zahid-ul-Zhideen and
wajiha students of KMC, Peshawar were obtained 979, 954 and 953 marks and got
first, second and third positions respectively in the MBBS first Professional
Part II exam. Total 74 students were appeared in the BDS Ist Professional exam
in which 48 students were succeeded. The over all result of BDS was 65 percent.
According to results students of KCD Peshawar Irum Saleem Khan with 402 marks
stood first and Huma Zahir and Polwasha Gul of KCD Peshawar and Aisha Aalamzeab
of Aub Dental Section AMC Abbottabad with 391 marks got second positions while
Perveen Ali of Dental Section AMC, Abbottabad with 390 marks stood third in the
BDS Ist Professional examinations. F.P Report
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Punjab University announced MBBS Part-II Supplementary exam date sheet
Lahore: The Punjab University has issued the written date sheet of MBBS, Part-II Supplementary
Examination, 2008. According to a press statement, the exam will commence from
February 2 and conclude on February 9. Detailed date sheet is also available at
the PU website www.pu.edu.pk.
PU students block traffic after fellow's death
Lahore: A student of the Punjab University (PU) died on Tuesday evening
when his motorbike collided with a stationary tractor-trolley in underpass at
the New Campus due to poor visibility during loadshedding hours.
victim, identified as Akif Javed, a BSc Engineering (Metallurgy and Material
Sciences) student, was passing through the underpass near hostel No 14 on his
motorbike when he rammed into a stationary tractor-trolley. As a result, he was
injured. Rescue 1122 took him to the Jinnah Hospital where he died.
this fatal incident, a large number of PU students gathered and staged a protest
demonstration. They criticised the government and PU administration for
prevailing loadshedding which caused death of their fellow. They also blocked
the Canal Road for quite some time in late evening as protest.
student, Rehan, said lights in the underpass had been out of order for the last
many days while the PU administration failed to take any notice of it. He said
it was also irresponsibility on part of university administration as to why a
tractor-trolley was standing stationary in the underpass.
Officer (RO-I) Dr Bashir Ahmed said Akif belonged to Okara and was living in a
hostel near the Islamic Centre.
He said the tractor-trolley belonged to
a contractor of the university and was out of order.
To a question, he
said all the underpasses alongside the PU hostels were in control of the Traffic
Engineering and Planning Agency (TEPA). He said the accident happened during the
loadshedding hours. The News
Internet to be provided in hostels: PU VC
Lahore: Efforts are being made to provide the facility of Internet to all hostels of the Punjab University (PU) so
students can use it for their research, PU Vice-chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran
said on Tuesday.
According to a press release issued by the PU, he was
addressing the annual dinner of Girls' Hostel number 7 at the New Campus. PU
Hall Council Chairman Dr Saeed Ahmad Nagra, PU Registrar Dr Naeem Khan, hostel
warden Dr Tabassam Jamal, hostel superintendent Humera Bano, faculty members,
and hostel students were also present.
Dr Kamran said keeping in view the
demands of the students, the facility of cable TV had been provided at the
hostel. He said he had been associated with the PU since 1972, and had noticed
immense talent among the university's students. He said students should explore
their hidden talents and capabilities, and should work hard to develop them. He
said there was no alternative to hard work, and advised the students to use
their precious time to the best of their ability.
The students performed
various skits to highlight social issues, which was well-received by the
audience. Dr Kamran also presented appreciation certificates to the hostels'
mess committee and administrative staff. Daily Times
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