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KMU to have nursing, medical institutes
« on: September 12, 2013, 10:09:20 AM »
KMU to have nursing, medical institutes
Lahore : 12 September : The Khyber Medical University (KMU) would soon have institute of nursing and medical technology and institute of medical sciences as the relevant authorities have approved these multimillion projects.

KMU Vice Chancellor Professor Mohammad Hafizullah told this to the 13th meeting of the varsity syndicate held at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences (IBMS), here on Tuesday.

Mr Hafizullah said the institute of nursing and medical technology would be built at an estimated cost of Rs750 million and institute of medical sciences at Rs995 million. He said that strengthening of KMU project would cost an estimated Rs450 million.

He informed the syndicate that KMU had set up an emergency advisory team comprising medical, public health and nursing experts to visit district Swat and recommend precautionary measures to help control outbreak of dengue in the valley.

He said on successful completion of PhD by KMU scholars abroad as well as completion of PhD studies by scholars enrolled in IBMS, various constituent institutes would start functioning to the optimum and initiate practical research in the field of medical and allied health sciences.

The meeting recommended setting up various faculties, including basic medical sciences, clinical sciences, dentistry, allied health sciences, health profession education and research and public health and social sciences.

The meeting also appointed on regular basis Dr Abdul Sahib Khan as associate professor (IBMS) and Asim Samad as assistant treasurer. Dr Mohammad Tahir Sarwar was appointed assistant professor on TTS basis at IBMS.

The meeting also gave approval to the proposed eligibility criteria of different posts for the Office of Research Innovation and Commercialisation, KMU.

It also approved grant of ad-hoc relief allowance, 2013 at 10 per cent of the basic pay to all the KMU employees, including contingent paid staff and contract employees. app.
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