Higher Education Commission's panel reviews JSMU performance.


KARACHI -- Higher Education Commission's panel comprising senior medical teachers and researchers, has successfully completed the extensive review of post graduate programs offered by Jinnah Sindh Medical University. According to details made available here Monday Dr. Jawad Ahmed (Khyber Medical University-Peshawar), Dr. Nakhshab Chaudhary (King Edward Medical University - Lahore), Dr. Abdul Rauf Khaskheli (Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Medical University - Larkana) and Dr. Muhammad Arif Khattak (Bahria University- Islamabad), Dr. Mudassir A. Khan (Khyber Medical University- Peshawar) and Dr. Muhammad Ovais Omer (University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences - Lahore) were the members of two separate teams constituted for the purpose. They were said to be also joined by Dr Nadia Tahir, MD, of QAA-HEC (the policy making and monitoring organization for enhancement and assurance of quality in higher education of Higher Education Commission). During a dedicated session the inter-professional education (IPE) team extensively discussed JSMUs performance against the IPE standards prescribed by the HEC whereas the post graduate level research team reviewed all MS/M.Phil and equivalent programmes.

Professor Tariq Rafi, the Vice Chancellor, JSMU appreciated the efforts of QEC to organize the visit and reiterated that the...

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