Quaid-e-Azam Medical College
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Quaid e Azam Medical College (Urdu: قائد اعظم طبی کالج, or QAMC) is a medical college in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Quaid e Azam Medical College was founded on 2 December 1971 when its foundation stone was laid by the then Governor of Punjab, Lt Gen Attique-ur-Rehman (retd). The college is affiliated for clinical training to Bahawal Victoria Hospital & Civil Hospital Bahawalpur as well. The founding Principal was Prof Dr Nawab Muhammad Khan.
|Motto||Success through perseverance|
|Principal||Prof. Dr. Javed Iqbal|
|Colours||Black & White|
The design of the building incorporates natural climate control features, such as cross-ventilation, strategic placement of windows, and overhangs and courtyards to create shade. Additionally, the roof vaults, besides providing insulation, also allow the flow of air through the vault roof, bringing down ceiling temperatures. Hollow walls also provide insulation. This provides a natural protection against the hot and dry climate of Bahawalpur.
Recognition and affiliationsEdit
The college is recognized by the following organizations.
Societies and ClubsEdit
Lt. Gen. Asif Mumtaz Sukhera was the Surgeon General of the Pakistan Army and the Director General Medical Services (Inter Services) from 18 July 2016 to 26 September 2017.He graduated from QAMC in 1986.
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- Collaboration with INCTR
- SEPLAA Foundation Affiliation Archived 2010-12-25 at the Wayback Machine
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