Khyber Medical University MBBS, BDS results

MBBS, BDS exam results announced
Peshawar, Nov 18: Khyber Medical University has declared MBBS and BDS final year examination results. According to a communication issued from KMU, a total of 561 MBBS students and 73 BDS students appeared in the examination, out of which a total of 386 and 55 respectively were declared successful. The pass percentage of MBBS was 69 while that of BDS was 75.

In the final year MBBS examination Nauman Idrees of Ayub Medical College (AMC) Abbottabad with 76.8 per cent

marks stood 1st while Samreen Aman of Saidu Medical College (SMC) Swat with 75.75 per cent marks and Sameer Waheed of Khyber Medical College (KMC) Peshawar with 74.9 per cent marks got 2nd and 3rd positions respectively.

In the final year BDS examination Noor Durrani of Khyber College of Dentistry Peshawar got 1st position with 82.25 per cent marks, Wajiha Malik of AMC Abbottabad Dental Section with 75.25 per cent and Sobia Kanwal of KCD with 74.25 per cent marks stood 2nd and 3rd, respectively.

Overall each MBBS result of KMC was 68 per cent, while that of AMC, SMC and GMC was 69 per cent, 64 per cent and 75 per cent, respectively. In the BDS result 41 students of KCD out of 54 and 14 students of ADS out of 19 were declared successful with a pass percentage 76 and 74 respectively. It is worth mentioning here that these are first ever MBBS and BDS final year examinations held in July-September this year under the aegis of KMU. The News

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Students from backward areas to get financial support: Kaira
Islamabad: Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs & Northern Areas Qamar Zaman Kaira said IT Ministry had imparted computer related education to 10000 students from backward areas of the country while 1000 students would get financial support of Rs. 200,000 each to complete their education and research.

The minister said this at a certificate distribution ceremony held to award the Chancellor and Dean Honor Rolls to the top scoring students of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Muhammad Ali Jinnah University, Islamabad Campus.

Kaira distributed the Chancellor's / Dean's Honor Certificates and shields to 15 graduates and 48 under‑graduate students of electronic engineering, who made the best final year design project for fall ‑2007.

The Minister congratulated the students on their excellent academic achievements, and also appreciated the contribution of MAJU for the promotion of education in the country.

Kaira stressed the need for increase in budgetary allocation for education that stands at mere 2 percent, saying in developed world a hefty amount is being reserved for this vital sector.

He lauded Punjab Group of Colleges for promoting education in the country.

He also expressed gratitude to MAJU for awarding scholarships to five Kashmiri students.

He said students from backward areas could give good account of themselves provided they are given equal opportunities which are available to those studying in developed areas.

The minister called for eliminating poverty and illiteracy from the muslim world, which was being interpreted negatively by the West.

"We need to tell the world that providing facilities like health and education to the people as well as eliminating poverty is our priority," he added.

Though, providing all these facilities is responsibility of the government, however, so far private sector is taking lead in this respect, the minister said.

He congratulated the graduating students and urged them it was not just end of their education, saying there was no limit to knowledge. "Its knowledge that could earn us progress and prosperity."

Dr M Abdul Qadir, Dean Faculty of Engineering and Applied Sciences, informed that MAJU had the tradition to appreciate the students who showed excellent academic performance.

He described that these awards were a source of encouraging the students to work hard to achieve their high academic pursuit.

Dr. Muhammad Mansoor Ahmed, Executive Vice President was also present. App

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