Liaquat College of Medicine and Dentistry, karachi

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Liaquat College of Medicine and Dentistry traces its origin to the year 2000, when a small tree was planted by the name of Liaquat Ali Khan Memorial College of Dentistry, as a memor as well as token of respect to the first prime minister of Pakistan shaheed-e-Millat Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan.

Now in the 20th year of its establishment it stands as the tall tree with all its vibrancy and vivacity being a centre of excellence in dental and medical education.

Born on the map of Karachi, Pakistan and duly recognized by Pakistan Medical & Dental Council, it is one of the very few initial colleges private or public sector that were in the centre of the city devoted to teaching of dentistry and medicine and ultimately promoting health care services in the community.

Initially affiliated with SIR SYED UNIVERSITY, it came under the umbrella of University of Karachi, in 2002. Since 2014 it is being nurtured by Jinnah Sindh Medical University as per ordinance 2012 of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council.

With the commencement of medical programme in 2005, its name was changed to

Liaquat College of Medicine and Dentistry.

Throughout the corridors of time it has extended its orbit from undergraduate training to post graduate programmes such as FCPS, MCPS & MDS training and in addition, courses for paramedical and paradental training. Over the years it has earned many stars to its collar and this is highlighted by the fact that name of this institute has been included in the WHO directory of schools of medicine and dentistry.

“The vision of the Liaquat College of Medicine & Dentistry is to be a transformational leader in medical & dental education through exemplary education, research and ethics, patient-centered care and community health”

“The mission of the Liaquat College of Medicine & Dentistry is to improve the health of individuals and populations and quality of life for all people”


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