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KEMU

King Edward Medical University


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King Edward Medical University (KEMU) is a medical university located in Lahore, Pakistan. Founded in 1860 by the British Raj, the university is named after King and Emperor Edward VII. It is the fourth oldest medical school in South Asia. It was elevated to the status of an independent, degree-granting university on May 12, 2005, when it became King Edward Medical University.

In 1871, the university added Mayo Hospital as an affiliated hospital when it dismissed the existing Anarkali Dispensary. The same year the college became an affiliate of University of the Punjab, while in 1887; the university added Lady Aitchison Hospital as a second affiliated teaching hospital and after that, seven tertiary referral hospitals including the Lady Willingdon Hospital.

King Edward Medical University (KEMU) is the top choice of toppers because of it being the most competitive public medical college in Punjab. It has the highest merit in Punjab. Students have to achieve more than 90% score in order to get admission in KEMU. Currently, the university is ranked 6th amongst the medical universities of Pakistan by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.


Departments at KEMU

The university has the following departments.

  • Basic science departments at KEMU
  • Anatomy
  • Biochemistry
  • Community Medicine
  • Forensic Medicine
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacology
  • Physiology
  • Histology
  • Medicine and allied departments
  • Cardiology
  • Tuberculosis and Chest Medicine (Pulmonology)
  • Clinical Oncology (Radiotherapy)
  • Child Psychiatry
  • Dermatology (Unit I and II)
  • Neurology
  • Pediatrics
  • General Medicine (Unit I, II, III and IV)
  • Gastroenterology & Hepatology
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences
  • Radiotherapy
  • Social and Preventive Medicine
  • Preventive Pediatrics
  • Surgery and allied departments
  • Anesthesiology (unit I and II)
  • Cardiac Surgery
  • Neurosurgery
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology(Unit I, II, III and IV)
  • Ophthalmology unit I, II and III
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Orthopedics Unit I and II
  • Otorhinolaryngology (Unit I and II)
  • Pediatric Surgery
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Radiology
  • General Surgery Unit I, II, III and IV
  • Thoracic Surgery
  • Urology

Affiliated hospitals at KEMU

  • Mayo Hospital Lahore
  • Lady Willingdon Hospital
  • Lady Aitchison Hospital
  • Kot Khawja Saeed Hospital
  • Shahdra Hospital
  • Said Mitha Teaching Hospital Lahore

Institutes, schools and centers

  • Centre For Nuclear Medicine (CENUM)
  • Convalescent Centre
  • College of Ophthalmology and Allied Vision Sciences(COAVS)
  • School of Nursing
  • School of Orthopaedic Technology
  • School of Paramedical
  • School of Physiotherapy

Educational Programs at KEMU

    I. Lower Skill Development Courses

    These certificate courses are designed for candidates with metric qualification with the aim of becoming skilled technicians. Duration ranges from one week to one-year duration.

II. Graduate Programs

  1. B.Sc (Honors) Medical Technologist
  2. B.Sc Nursing.
  3. M.B.B.S. for Doctors.

III. Postgraduate Programs at KEMU

  1. Minor qualifications (one-year diploma)
  2. Medium qualifications; M.Sc., M.Phil Programs (two years Diploma)
  3. Major qualifications
  1. Professional qualifications MD/MS/MDS (four years)
  2. Academic Qualifications Ph.D. in basic health sciences

Degrees in King Edward Medical University Lahore

    Bachelors

    • BSc Allied Health Sciences
    • MBBS
    • BDS
    • Doctor of Physiotherapy

    Masters

    • MSc Master of Science
    • MD Doctor of Medicine
    • Master of Surgery (MS)
    • Master of Dental Surgery (MDS)
    • MD General Medicine
    • MD pediatric Medicine
    • MD Radiology
    • MD Psychiatry
    • FCPS Anatomy
    • Doctor of Physiotherapy
    • MS Ophthalmology
    • MS Otorhinolaryngology
    • MS Obstetrics & Gynecology
    • MDS Oral Maxillofacial Surgery
    • MDS Operative Dentistry
    • MDS Orthodontics
    • MDS Prosthodontics
    • MDS Periodontology
    • MD Cardiology
    • MD Dermatology
    • MD Neurology
    • MD Pulmonology
    • MD Nephrology
    • MD Endocrinology
    • MD Oncology
    • MD Radiotherapy
    • MD Developmental Paediatrics
    • MD Gastroenterlogy

    M.Phil

    • MS Anesthesiology
    • MS Cardiac Surgery
    • MS Neuro Surgery
    • MS Orthopedic Surgery
    • MS Pediatrics Surgery
    • MS Plastic Surgery
    • MS Thoracic Surgery
    • MS Orology
    • MPhil Anatomy
    • MPhil Physiology
    • MPhil Biochemistry
    • MPhil Pharmacology
    • MPhil Forensic Medicine
    • MPhil Micorbiology
    • MPhil Histopathology
    • MPhil Chemical Pathology
    • MPhil Hematology
    • MPhil Optometry
    • MPhil Orthoptics
    • MPhil Investigative Ophthalmology
    • MPhil Physiotherapy
    • MS General Surgery
    • Master of Philosophy (MPhil)

    Ph.D

    • Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
    • PhD Anatomy
    • PhD Basic Sciences and Clinical Sciences

    Other courses

    • Medical Lab Technology
    • Medical Imaging Technology
    • Operation Theater Technology

Admission in MBBS at KEMU

    Required qualification

    Any candidate applying for MBBS admission at King Edward Medical University should have passed the HSSC/FSc (Pre-Medical) examination from a Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan with at least 60% marks (660/1100) or passed an examination of a Foreign University/Board which is accepted as an equivalent to HSSC’s Intermediate level degree by the Inter-Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC). The score of the candidate in HSSC equivalent examination should not be less than 660/1100 (60%) marks according to the formula laid down by the Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC).

    A candidate would not be eligible for admission if he/she has not studied and passed the subjects of Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Mathematics in his/her 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th Grade/ O & A level or other equivalent examination recognized by the IBCC. He/she must have passed English as a subject at O or A level.

    Required documents

    • Three attested copies of Matriculation (SSC) Certificate or result card issued by a Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. For candidates having foreign qualifications, attested copies of Equivalence Certificate issued by IBCC are required.
    • Three attested copies of HSSC Pre-Medical result card issued by a Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. Or equivalent foreign qualification certificate issued by IBCC.
    • Three copies each of computer generated result cards of Entrance Test/SAT II/MCAT scores (Not to be attested).
    • Three attested copies of Domicile Certificate of the candidate
    • Three attested copies of CNIC of Father / Mother.
    • Four recent photos. One to be pasted on the Admission Form and should be be attested on the front, and other three, attested on the back, are to be attached with the form. Your photograph must be: colored; Passport size and taken against a light blue background.
    • A Fitness Certificate issued by a registered medical practitioner or a government medical officer.
    • Original Affidavit on Rs.20/- stamp paper (as per specimen) given in the Prospectus or can be downloaded from the website.
    • A Huffaz-e-Quran candidate should attach three attested copies of Hifz-e-Quran Certificate issued by a registered Madrassa.
    • Candidates who are disabled should attach the copy of a Certificate issued by a specialist in a Government Hospital describing the nature of disability.
    • Candidates applying for seats reserved for Under- Developed Districts should attach verified (by EDO and DEO) Original Certificates from the Heads of the concerned educational institutions where they have studied from class one to twelve.
    • Candidates seeking admission against the seat reserved for Cholistan would have to provide a certificate issued by Cholistan Development Authority stating that the candidate is a born and a resident of Cholistan.
    • Pakistanis living overseas shall submit three attested copies of Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) Membership Card. Those who do not own dual nationality shall submit duly filled certificate given in Prospectus or website. Three attested copies of current Pakistani passport or valid foreign passport as well as three attested copies of Birth Certificate of the candidate is also required.

    NOTE: Admission form along with all other required documents once submitted shall not be returned or changed. Revised marks documentation will not be acceptable once the candidate admission form is submitted. Likewise, results declared after the submission of forms shall not be accepted for admissions in the current session. A candidate can submit only one admission form. An incomplete or unsigned Admission Forms will be rejected.


Selection and Admission of Candidates

The candidate will be selected by the Admission Board. The selection of the candidates against open merit seats shall be made on the basis of merit, choice and availability of seat. If two or more than two candidates have exactly the same percentage after calculation, the one senior in age will be given. If tie continues, higher score in Matriculation shall be preferred for admission. Open merit and reserved seats will have a separate Selection List.

 Candidates can be called for interview if considered necessary by the admission committee. The parent(s) or legal guardians must accompany all the candidates in the interview. The admission board may refuse admission to any candidate who seems, for recorded reasons, to be unsuitable or medically unfit to become a good doctor. Only selected candidates will be issued call letters for interview. Selected candidates shall have to submit all original documents and certificates at the time of interview.

 According to the Health Department Notification No.S.O.(ME)9-4/2015 dated 24th August, 2015, “At the time of admission, every medical students submit a Surety Bond worth Rs.three (3)million stating that he/she would serve Government of the Punjab, Health Department as “Probationary Medical Officer / Woman Medical Officer” in the primary healthcare facilities for a period of one year after finishing the foundation year or house job. In case he/she fail to fulfill the pledge, he/she shall be liable to pay Rs. three million to the Government”. 


Frequently asked Questions

  • Does KEMU offer scholarship? What is the process?

The scholarship for Public medical colleges of Punjab is “HEC Needs Based Scholarship Program”. If any student wishes to apply for the scholarship, he/she should do it through the form available at HEC official website.


  • Currently, how many seats are available at King Edward Medical University for MBBS?

 For now, 302 seats are open to MBBS student at KEMU.


  • What is the requirement for the open merit seats in Punjab?

 Candidates having domicile of any district of the Punjab and Federal Capital Area and score 82% per cent or above aggregate marks according to PMDC formula, are eligible to apply for admission against Open Merit Seats in public sector medical or dental institutions of the Punjab and Reciprocal seats in public sector colleges of KPK, Baluchistan and AJK.


  • Do eligible candidates receive a call letter? Can they submit admission forms after due date?

No call letters are issued to the eligible candidates for admission form submission. And no admission form will be considered after the due date for submission of forms.


  • Can a candidate apply in more than one category?

Yes, candidates can apply for admission against more than one category of seats if they fulfill the eligibility requirements. They will have to indicate the relevant categories on the admission form and attach the required documents.


  • How are admission forms submitted for King Edward Medical University?

Admission Forms are submitted by hand at prescribed centers. The ones received by post shall not be entertained.


  • How can I submit an article for publication in KEMU’s Journal ‘Annals of KEMU’?

You should visit their  website .


  • What clinical specialties are available at your Institution?

The specialties offered are:

    Bachelors

    • BSc Allied Health Sciences
    • MBBS
    • BDS
    • Doctor of Physiotherapy

    Masters

    • MSc Master of Science
    • MD Doctor of Medicine
    • Master of Surgery (MS)
    • Master of Dental Surgery (MDS)
    • MD General Medicine
    • MD pediatric Medicine
    • MD Radiology
    • MD Psychiatry
    • FCPS Anatomy
    • Doctor of Physiotherapy
    • MS Ophthalmology
    • MS Otorhinolaryngology
    • MS Obstetrics & Gynecology
    • MDS Oral Maxillofacial Surgery
    • MDS Operative Dentistry
    • MDS Orthodontics
    • MDS Prosthodontics
    • MDS Periodontology
    • MD Cardiology
    • MD Dermatology
    • MD Neurology
    • MD Pulmonology
    • MD Nephrology
    • MD Endocrinology
    • MD Oncology
    • MD Radiotherapy
    • MD Developmental Paediatrics
    • MD Gastroenterlogy

    M.Phil

    • MS Anesthesiology
    • MS Cardiac Surgery
    • MS Neuro Surgery
    • MS Orthopedic Surgery
    • MS Pediatrics Surgery
    • MS Plastic Surgery
    • MS Thoracic Surgery
    • MS Orology
    • MPhil Anatomy
    • MPhil Physiology
    • MPhil Biochemistry
    • MPhil Pharmacology
    • MPhil Forensic Medicine
    • MPhil Micorbiology
    • MPhil Histopathology
    • MPhil Chemical Pathology
    • MPhil Hematology
    • MPhil Optometry
    • MPhil Orthoptics
    • MPhil Investigative Ophthalmology
    • MPhil Physiotherapy
    • MS General Surgery
    • Master of Philosophy (MPhil)

    Ph.D

    • Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
    • PhD Anatomy
    • PhD Basic Sciences and Clinical Sciences

    Other courses

    • Medical Lab Technology
    • Medical Imaging Technology
    • Operation Theater Technology
  • I am a patient and I was treated at a hospital attached with KEMU. Where can I submit my complaint or investigate regarding my treatment.

For any hospital related affair, you can contact the Medical Superintendent of the concerning hospital.


  • What should I do if I want to change the subject in Post graduation?

You can contact office of Assistant Registrar (Academics) or send an email to [email protected].


  • Where should I submit my application if I want to apply for a job in KEMU?

You can contact [email protected] or you can submit your application to the HR department and they will get back at you if a suitable vacancy is available.


  • I am interested in admission in BSc. Technology?

For information relating admissions, you can contact King Edward Medical University, Nelagumbad, Anarkali,, Lahore, Pakistan throught Phone at +92 (42) 99211145-53 or Email at [email protected].


  • I want to get admission in Physiotherapy (DPT)?

You should contact the Principal of College of Physiotherapy regarding admission in this program at [email protected] for admission related inquiries.


  • I am foreign National and interested in admission in MD, MS, MPhil, PhD.?

The details of admission to postgraduate programs are given on PG Admissions , PG Admission Criteria and PG Rules & Regulations or contact at [email protected].


  • I am Pakistani National and interested in admission in MD, MS, MPhil, PhD?

The details related to admissions of postgraduate programs are given on PG Admissions and PG Admission Criteria or you can drop an email at [email protected].


  • I am Pakistani National and have passed A Level / SAT exam from a foreign University. I am interested in admission in MBBS at KEMU. How should I proceed?

The merit list is based on result of FSc as well as Medical College Entry test. If you have passed your exam from a foreign university then you need an equivalence certificate to proceed further.


  • I am Pakistani National and I have passed FSc. I am interested in admission in MBBS at KEMU. How should I proceed?

All admissions in medical colleges of Punjab are processed through UHS. For details see KEMU’s website or UHS official website. You can also read the criteria and process in this document.


  • What is the process for getting the marks of Hifz-e-Quran at King Edward Medical University?

20 marks will be added to HSSC/FSc or equivalent marks of a Muslim Hafiz-e-Quran after a structured test by a Committee comprising eminent Huffaz-e-Quran and Chairman Admission Board. 100% proficiency in Hifz is required in the test to achieve 20 marks.

 To appear in the test, a candidate should have an aggregate score of 82% per cent or above and get him/herself registered for the test at the University as per given schedule. As these 20 marks are to be added in FSc marks, therefore, the merit will be calculated by adding 40 per cent or 08 marks of Hifz-e-Quran marks in the previous aggregate score of the successful candidate. 


  • How can a student already studying in a public or private medical college transfer to King Edward Medical University?

If a candidate is already admitted or studying in any medical/dental institution (public or private) of Pakistan and wishes to get admission in any government medical & dental institution of Punjab including KEMU, he/she will have to give up his/her previous admission completely . He/she will have to appear in the Entrance Test afresh. He/she will not be allowed to any credit of examinations passed or any prior dues paid. Such candidates shall have to share their previous admission in the Admission Form and also declare that they will not be entitled to any credits earned before. Non-disclosure of previous admission shall result in cancellation of admission. A student will never be allowed to rejoin the surrendered course.


  • What if a student is absent from college continuously?

 A first year MBBS student who is continuously absent from the beginning of the academic session for a period of four weeks without any legitimate reason would be struck off from the college roll and his/her seat will be filled on the basis of merit from the waiting list.


  • How many rounds of candidate selection are there?

 Usually, there are two or more rounds of selection of candidates depending on the availability of vacant seats. After first round no separate form will be filled by the candidates.


  • How is an admission cancelled?

 If a selected candidate does not join the college at which he/she is selected, on or before the date prescribed by the college authorities his/her admission is cancelled. A selected candidate who has joined the college and wants to cancel the admission should cancel it him/herself at the respective college.


  • What happens if there is an error in the documents?

 In case of submission of documents which are not genuine will lead to cancellation of the admission of the candidate, forfeiture of the fees and deposits, and expulsion of the candidate from the college.


  • What is the admission criterion for Allied Health Sciences?

The age limit for a candidate applying for B.SC in Allied Health Sciences is less than 20 years. The qualification should be FSc (Pre-Medical/Engineering) with minimum marks of 55%. The admission is open merit based. 20 Marks Extra for Hafiz-e-Quran with condition to the pass of test.


  • What constitutes the aggregate score for MBBS admission?

 The merit is worked out according to the regulations of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC). It is based on the aggregate percentage of the candidates worked comprising of:

Matriculation Marks (SSC or Equivalent) – 10%

HSSC/F.Sc Marks (Premedical or Equivalent) – 40%

Entrance Test Marks – 50%


  • What is the calculation formula for MBBs merit at King Edward Medical University?

Marks obtained in SSC /Equivalent x 1100 x 0.10 = 10% of SSC/Equivalent Total marks of SSC/Equivalent

Marks obtained in HSSC /Equivalent x 1100 x 0.40 = 40% of HSSC/Equivalent Total marks of HSSC/Equivalent

Marks obtained in Entrance Test /SAT II/MCAT x 1100 x 0.50 = 50% of Admission Test Total marks of Entrance Test /SAT II/MCAT

10% SSC/Equivalent + 40% HSSC/Equivalent +50% Admission Test = Aggregate Marks

Aggregate Marks x 100 = Aggregate Percentage 1100


  • I have passed my MD/ MS/ Mphil/ PhD or other postgraduate exam from KEMU. I want verification of my documents, How to proceed?

Document verification of postgraduate degrees is done by the postgraduate section at Patiala block, KEMU. You can submit your inquiry [email protected]


  • I am Foreign National and have passed my exam which is equivalent to FSc. How should I proceed if I am interested in admission in MBBS?

You should contact the Foreign Office department at Islamabad by dropping them an email at www.mofa.gov.pk.


  • How much is the graduation period of MBBS at King Edward Medical University?

The graduation time period is five years.


  • Why and how is house job done?

After graduation, one year house job is done in Mayo Hospital or any Government Hospital. The interns are given rotations in different departments based on merit. This merit is made from marks obtained in final professional examination and all the other professional examination, with deductions for any failures in the exams. After completion of house job the full registration status to a Doctor is awarded by Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC).


  • Is on-campus residence available at King Edward Medical University?

Yes, on campus accommodation is available on KEMU campus. There are two separate hostels for boys and girls.


  • What are the facilities to help students?

To provide a comfortable environment, KEMU’s campus features the following facilities and student support services:

  • Advanced lecture halls
  • Fully equipped laboratories
  • KEMU E-library
  • Computer Labs
  • photocopying, Laser Printing & Scanning Facilities
  • Campus-wide wifi connectivity
  • Cafeteria
  • Student Organizations and Clubs

  • What are some of the best study techniques to study medicine at King Edward Medical College, as used by seniors/ Graduated students?
  • Medical is difficult especially absorbing those long and full of details lectures in an hour or so. So some of the study techniques that work best for Pakistan’s Medical colleges including KEMU are:

    Take notes in Class: Attend all the classes. Listen to what professor is saying but also make sure you make pointers for what is being taught in the class. These notes will help you later.

    Lectures by Dr. Najeeb: One of the most famous techniques around and the go-to of every student who is having trouble in either understanding the content or keeping up with the lectures, which is graduates is the use of video lectures. Dr. Najeeb lectures are the most trusted in Pakistan’s medical schools. His website drnajeeblectures.com has lectures on the topics of all the subjects included in the medical, allied sciences or nursing curriculum standardized by Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC) in Punjab, Pakistan. These video lectures are a great way to comprehend those concepts which find difficult to grasp. Dr. Najeeb puts in plain words all the difficult concepts and in great detail, builds up the concepts gradually along with drawing illustrations. The 700+ video lectures, on Gross Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, Embryology, Histology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology, available on his website will help you to ace your exams as well as having immense. For a very minimal amount, you can get a lifetime subscription Try a video lecture for free now so you can know what to do when you have a tough time with your studies at KEMU.

    Library: There are hundreds of books available in the library, on topics included in KEMU’s curriculum. If your textbook is hard to read and understand, find any alternate book.


    • What kind of extra-curricular activities happen at King Edward Medical University?

    There are many activities going on in the campus of King Edward Medical University. Student led societies play a main role in making the life fun and colorful in KEMU. Some student societies at KEMU are:

    • KELS URDU (King Edward Literary Society Urdu)
    • KAPS (Kemcolians Arts & Photography Society)
    • KEMU LC (International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations) – Pakistan
    • SPWS (Students’ Patients Welfare Society)
    • KEDS (King Edward Debating Society)
    • Kemcolians Sports Club
    • KDS (Kemcolians Dramatic Society)
    • Kemcolians Akhuwat Club (social welfare society)
    • Kemcolians United – KemUnited – The King Edward Medical University Blog (www.kemunited.com)

    Dr. Najeeb Lectures: There can be times at KEMU when you have to teach yourself. A lecturer may be not that good at delivering the lecture and will teach you something you need to know, without making you understand it, and will expect that it is your responsibility to master it. You will need to identify which study aids are of value. First, you can look for a TA session. The teaching assistant might be able to explain you a topic. But the drawbacks are that you might have time clashes with such sessions and also because the TAs are also students, they might not be as good at explaining as is a professional. Also, among the Pakistan Medical Schools, most students watch Dr. Najeeb Lectures. These lectures are loaded with hand-drawn illustrations, the material is often covered better and more thoroughly in these lectures than in the actual class lectures. The video library covers almost all the topics included in the current medical curriculum of King Edward Medical University. You get a lifetime access, and with their apps available too, you can listen to them wherever and whenever. Dr. Najeeb Lectures are the World’s Most Popular Medical Lectures, covering all the topics of Gross Anatomy, Neuro-anatomy, Embryology, Histology, Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology. Trusted by 80% of Medical, Dentistry, Nursing & Pharmacy students in 190 countries.

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