Lahore : As per results of MBBS final year Professional 2017 of University of Health Sciences, among all public and private medical colleges of Punjab, Ameer Uddin Medical College held 1stposition after which students of this institution would be joining professional life. Principal of the College & PGMI Prof. Ghias un Nabi Tayyab has congratulated all the students of this Pioneer Badge and wished them every success in life.
He said that these students have pride of being the first group of Ameer Uddin Medical College who would be starting their career as doctors in the hospitals and now it is their responsibility to serve the ailing humanity with Great Spirit.
He asked the students that medical field demands special attention and contribution and apart from financial earning they can make their life here-in-after too and they should put all their energies for the completion of this mission.
Principal Ameer Uddin Medical College said that this institution has always distinction in every field and this result again proved the abilities of the students.
Prof. Ghias un Nabi Tayyab added that students of Ameer Uddin Medical College always remained outstanding in annual results and after starting professional life as doctor in Lahore General Hospital will again perform as outstanding in their career.
As per details, students of 33 medical colleges took part in these MBBS exams out of which Ameer Uddin Medical stood first by securing 95.51 percentages while 91 students of this college appeared in the final examinations.
While talking in this regard, students expressed their determination to come up to the expectations of their parents and said that credit of this result goes to their faculty teachers.
They said that they are thankful to Allah Almighty and the college staff who helped them to attain this success. Students also said that they would continue the mission of the service to the ailing humanity and act as directed by Principal Ameer Uddin Medical College Prof. Ghias un Nabi Tayyab. They also thanked the college staff and seniors for providing full assistance to them.