KMU Reserves Seats for Afghan Students in All BS Programs to Support Healthcare Education

Afghan Students to Study In Khyber Medical University, Peshawar

Khyber Medical University (KMU) Peshawar has chosen to allow admissions to Afghan students in all BS programs and charge similar expenses (Fees) as Pakistani students.

The reason for this choice is to give help with the accessibility of trained medical staff to manage the medical conditions of long-lasted conflicted Afghanistan.

This decision was taken in an undeniable high-level meeting held at Khyber Medical University in which Vice Chancellor KMU Professor Dr. Zia ul Haq, Director of ORIC Dr. Zohaib Khan, Director IPMR Dr. Irfanullah, Finance Director Waseem Riaz, Afghan Consulate Deputy Consul General Mufti NoorullahHotak, Maulana Muhammad TahirNafis, ShahidullahZaheer and other related authorities were also present at the meeting.

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The meeting was informed that the Afghan public has been living in a condition of battle throughout the previous forty years, because of which an enormous populace is injured or crippled, and severe lack of health care facilities.

Because of the conflict, Afghanistan’s infrastructure has been destroyed and individuals are dealing with tremendous issues in the accessibility of medical facilities.

The vice chancellor of KMU guaranteed the designation of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan that KMU would invite the admissions of Afghan students in entire BS programs including Physiotherapy and Drug Sciences and Afghan students will get the same facilities as the Pakistani students.

It was mentioned that KMU had already decided that Afghan students would be charged the same fee as Pakistani students in all study programs.

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