About Muhammad Medical College
Muhammad Medical College is located just outside Mirpurkhas (6 km from Zero point) on Hyderabad road. This is opposite Ratanabad Railway station near main bus stand. It spreads over 40 acres owned by Muhammad Foundation Trust for its projects. All necessary facilities including building, gas, electricity, telephone, e-mail. Internet, transport, accommodation, food and drink spots are available. Public transport operating along Hyderabad road provides frequent and regular access to the college. The college building is more than sufficient to the requirement and has all the necessary departments. Each department has its own museum, laboratory and tutorial room, which are well equipped and fascinating. All facilities are modern and up-to the mark. Students get clinical training in nearby 500 bedded Muhammad Medical college Hospital. There are hostels for boys and girls onsite and in the city. A new large state of art 3 stories girls’ hostel has just been established onsite.
College New Building:
1. All lecture halls, Laboratories, Museums, Libraries, Tutorial rooms, offices and other buildings are in use to accommodate 100 students in each class.
2. Another (second) floor has been constructed.
3. Three new lecture halls with 100 seats each have been added on 2nd floor, extending the facilities to a total of 8 lecture halls with 500 seats.
4. New departments of Forensic Medicine, Community Medicine and Pathology have been constructed with larger constructed areas and much improved labs & museum.
5. An auditorium, having seating capacity of 300, has been constructed and is in function.
6. Another larger and modern auditorium, having capacity of over 500 seats is under construction.
7. A new department of Audio Video and multimedia has been established. A large number of audiovisual stock is available.
8. All departments are fully established with laboratories, museums & offices.
9. New laboratories, museum (furnished) etc. are fully functional in the departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology to accommodate 100 students.
10. Another girls’ common room with lockers have been constructed.
11. A new suite for offices and Conference hall have been constructed to improve presentation of the college.
12. Library has been extended to seat 167 students (1/3rd of 500) at any given time. Large number of recent Medical Journals have been imported from USA so that with exception of AKU, it can match library of any other Private Medical College or University. Large number of titles (Textbooks) are constantly been added.
13. Almost all the laboratories and museums have been decorated with tiles and furniture.
14. The faculty of Muhammad Medical College has already been its strength. There has been extensive addition of teachers in all departments. New assistant professors have been added in departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology, Community Health Sciences and Forensic Medicine. On hospital side, a new professor of Ophthalmology, Paeds and Medicine have been added. Another Associate Professor in Medicine has been added. Assistant Professors have been added in Medicine, Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Paediatrics and Radiology departments. Their details are given in the departmental description.
15. Department of Medical Education has arranged a workshop on ACLS and BLS under Dr. Ghani Loya from USA. Many Assistant, Associate and Professors have been sent to CPSP to attend workshops. Problem Based Learning and Extended Matching Items have been introduced. A number of workshops and seminars are regularly held. Some national level seminars are also annually held.
16. Muhammad Medical College also has honour of regularly holding Annual Medical Symposia since 2003 without any break. Very few medical colleges in Pakistan (either private or public sector) have been able to do that for such a long time. These symposia are attended in great numbers by senior and junior doctors and students from all over Pakistan and often speakers from foreign countries are invited to deliver lectures.
17. Department of Medical Education also regularly invites speakers from within and out of the country to deliver lectures on topics of current interest to students and faculty.
18. Extra-curricular activities are held on a regular basis. These include various sporting events, social gatherings and outings. A number of other events also are held, including Milad and Youme Husain.