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The Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS) (Sindhi: لياقت يونيورسٽي آف ميڊيڪل اينڊ هيلٿ سائنسز‎) is a public medical university located in Jamshoro, Sindh, Pakistan. It is in conjunction with Liaquat University Hospital and NIMRA Cancer Hospital. 


The University has been ranked among top medical schools by HEC. About LUMHS Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences aims to achieve prominence as a top-tier world-class medical research and teaching university, producing topnotch healthcare providers operating excellence in every segment of the community. 


Vision Statement 

Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences aims to achieve prominence as a top-tier world-class medical research and teaching university, producing topnotch healthcare providers operating excellence in every segment of the community. 


Mission Statement 

The mission of Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences is to foster excellence in health professional education and research, to educate and train undergraduate and graduate students of medical and health sciences in accordance with highest professional standards and ethical values and to meet the healthcare needs of the community through dissemination of knowledge and service. 


History 

LUMHS is the second oldest medical school in Pakistan and the oldest in Sindh. In 1879, it was recommended by a surgeon general and the Government of Bombay to the Commissioner in Sind to start a medical school. Sindh Medical School was subsequently started by Dr. Homestead and inaugurated by Francis Mudie, the governor of Sind province at the time, in 1881. 20 students were admitted and imparted with the training of licentiate physicians. 


The government started regulating the medical school in 1928. After the Medical Council of India decided to upgrade the status of medical schools to degree-awarding medical colleges, a committee was set up in 1941, consisting of Dr. Hemandas Rupchand Wadhwani (Minister of Public Health), Col. J. E. Gray (Inspector General of Civil Hospitals) and Mr. P. W. Abhichandani (Executive Engineer) to make plans for the new medical college. Major (later Lt Col) Aziz Khan eventually led this project. It was later upgraded to the status of medical college known as Sindh Medical College in 1945. 


After Sind province got separated from Bombay Presidency, the college started teaching MBBS under University of Bombay. The requirements set by the University to maintain the affiliation led to the college being shifted to Karachi on December 10, 1945 and as a result, it was renamed as Dow Medical College. 


The Sindh government subsequently restarted the old medical college in the premises of the same civil hospital at Hyderabad in 1951, which acquired its name as Liaquat Medical College (LMC), after the name of first Prime Minister of Pakistan, Liaquat Ali Khan. 


Liaquat Medical College Hospital (later known as Liaquat University Hospital) was simultaneously started in the premises of the University. The LMC was affiliated with University of Sindh. The college with its journey and natural growth for more than 62 years made tremendous contributions in both medical education and health care in the province and the country.

Faculties

Faculty of Medicine
Faculty of Pharmacy
Faculty of Nursing
Faculty of Dentistry

Country Ranking

LUMHS Country Ranking is 61

World Ranking

LUMHS World Ranking is 7729

Student life

 LUMHS Students
 LUMHS Students
 LUMHS Students

Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences is fully aware of its leadership role in standardizing undergraduate & postgraduate Medical Education in the country as well as its responsibilities for promoting a culture of Medical Research and improving Health Care facilities. The MBBS curriculum consists of 2 years of preclinical basic medical sciences, followed by 3 years of clinical curriculum. In 2008, the University introduced semester system for the first time in the country which was later replaced by the annual system in 2019 after the amendment of PMDC Regulations, 2018. In 2020, integrated modular curriculum was introduced in the University.

City at a Glance

City at a Glance
City at a Glance
City at a Glance

Pakistan (Urdu: پاکستان) is a large country (1.5 times the size of France) in South Asia at the crossroads of Central Asia, East Asia and South Asia. Located along the Arabian Sea, it is surrounded by Afghanistan to the west and northwest, although Tajikistan is separated by the Wakhan Corridor, Iran to the southwest and also shares maritime boundary with Oman, The Republic of India is to the east, and China to the northeast. It is strategically located astride the ancient trade routes of the Khyber and Bolan passes between the countries of South-Central Asia and rest of Southern Asia.

Climate
Mostly hot, dry desert; temperate in northwest; arctic in north. Flooding along the Indus after heavy rains (July and August). Fertile and sub humid heat in the Punjab region. Seasonal climate and daily weather

MBBS Admission Procedure

Documents Required for MBBS Admission

  • Valid Passport with a minimum validity of 6 months.

  • NEET qualified score card.

  • 10 class mark list

  • 11 and 12 class or equivalent certificate

  • Birth Certificate

  • Bank account statement

  • Police clearance certificate


Eligibility Criteria for MBBS Admission

  • Minimum Educational Qualification: - 10 + 2 years of education

  • Minimum Age: - 18 years

  • Candidates applying for medical courses must fulfill all the requirements listed in the guidelines of the Medical Council of India ( MCI).


Admission procedure for MBBS

Step 1: Select your desired Medical college from our Registration Page. Fill the online application form and upload the supporting documents as mentioned. (If the college you looking not found please write to us). 


Step 2: Pay your Registration Fees.


Step 3: An offer letter will issue within two business days.


Step 4: Students have to pay their first-semester tuition fees directly to the university after receiving the offer letter.


Step 5: Pay your Documentation and Service Charge Fees.


Step 6: Visa and other documentation can take up to 45 days. When all procedure is over, you can fly to start your dream journey.


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