Khawaja Muhammad Safdar Medical College offers Programs leading to the degree of Bachelor of Medicine and bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).
The Minimum duration for completion of the degree is five year for MBBS. Admission are made on the basis of merit and according to admission policy formed by the admission board of Punjab. The general objective of the MBBS curriculum is to prepare a general-purpose community oriented doctor who will be competent enough to deal with common health problems on the scientific basis and in accordance with the code of Medical ethics prescribed by Pakistan Medical and Dental Council and will be able to continue post-graduate Medical Education in the specialty of his/her choice.
In order to achieve this general objective the medical curriculum described below is not only to train the doctors dealing with medical problems in Pakistan, but it also conforms to the recognized standard of medical education anywhere in the world. In planning the training activity of the medical students, basic requirement is the determination of the objectives.
This is essential in order to give a sense of direction to the training program and to base the evaluation of the students on the achievement of the predetermined objectives. Therefore, a student is to be taught and trained so that at the time of graduation he/she is well versed with all aspects to which a general duty medical officer is supposed to know.
To achieve these objectives the curriculum of the MBBS course given by the University of Health Sciences Lahore, is spread over 5 years period duly approved by the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council.