Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore

Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore
Official insignia of Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore
Motto Dignity in Service
Established May 2, 1975 (1975-05-02)
Type public
President Prof Dr Mahmood Shaukat
Academic staff 130
Students 2,000
Undergraduates 1,750
Postgraduates 250
Location Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Campus 105 acres (0.42 km2)
Colours Navy      and white     
Affiliations CPSP, PMDC, PNC, UHS
Website Official website

Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore (Urdu:علامہ اقبال میڈیکل کالج لاہور ), established in 1975, is a public school of medicine, nursing and allied health sciences located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Jinnah hospital is attached to the college as a teaching hospital. Today Allama Iqbal Medical Complex has a campus spread over an area of 105 acres (424921 m²).

History

It was formerly called Lahore Medical College, and was first affiliated to the University of the Punjab, Lahore but as of 2003 it became officially affiliated with University of Health Sciences.

Campus

The campus includes buildings for administration,departments of basic and clinical sciences and a mosque.

Departments

Schools

Undergraduate institutions

There are three main undergraduate qualifications offered at AIMC under University of Health Sciences.

Postgraduate programs

Research

Students of Allama Iqbal Medical College worked under three recognized departments of college, named Biochemistry, Pathology and Medicine in Research fields. College has just announced its tri-monthly journal of research called AIJE.[1]

Recognition and affiliations

The college is recognized by the following organizations.

Others affiliations include International Network for Cancer Treatment and Research,[9] School Of Allied Health Sciences[10] and SEPLAA Foundation.[11]

Student life

Student unions

Auditorium entrance of Allama Iqbal Medical College Lahore

Following are some student bodies and unions in Allama Iqbal Medical College.

Currently no student union is allowed in the college but societies and clubs are allowed. However the very first students union elections were held in 1979 during martial law times. A very dynamic group of elected student leaders worked very hard. First general secretary was Ashraf Chohan. He managed to achieve 3 hostels 4 buses and recongnition of the college in the UK. He was the first FRCS from the college from Royal college of surgeons. He became then an MPA (member of the Punjab assembly). There were only 2 students unions till the time of writing these lines (2011).

Publications

Alumni

See also

References

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