- Asad Ullah Khan (Final Year)
- Dawood Tahir (Final Year)
Zahoor Ahmad (4thYear)
1. Pashto Society
- Huzaifa Younus (3rd year)
- Hassan Jan (1st year)
- Babar Khan (2nd year)
- Awais Ahmad (2nd year)
- Talha Zeb (2nd year)
- Mahasin Arif (4th year)
- Palwasha khan (4th year)
- Tehreem waqar (4th year)
- Kashmala Arshad (4th year)
2. Urdu Society
- Abuzar khan (3rd year) Maryam (1st year)
- Ahmad mujtaba (1st year)
- Rubab Khalid (1st year)
- Sidra (1st year)
- Babar khan (2nd year)
- Awais ahmad (2nd year)
- Zeeshan Haider (4th year)
3. English Society
- Aqsa Ijaz (2nd year)
- Alina Alamgir (2nd year)
- Zmareye (3rd year)
- Haroon Tariq (3rd year)
- Kashif Janagir (1st year)
- Momina (1st year)
- Sabera rasool (1st year)
- Muskan (1st year)
- Babar khan (2nd year)
- Awais Ahmad (2nd year)
Message by the Secretary
Northwest school of medicine feels proud to present it’s Literary society, first established in 2017. It comprises of three sections i.e. English Section, Urdu Section and Pushto Section.
Ever since it’s establishment, different events have been organized by our competent students and proficient administration such as, Urdu Day, Pushto day and debates and declamation contests.
Our main focus is to promote local culture, to provide an amiable environment for our students to bring out their creativity and to promote old school literature by organizing different events.
Northwest School of Medicine looks forward to publish it’s first magazine to provide an ultimate guide to the campus life, and to encourage it’s student to nourish their dormant skills. We aim at producing doctors with multidimensional personalities, and we are confident that our Literary Society will help us achieve this objective.
Secretary Literacy Society
Bilal Habib (Final Year)
Muhammad Hamza (4th Year)
Messsge from General Secretary
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” – Lao Tzu.
Northwest School of Medicine always worked on character-building of their students and Hiking is the best way to polish hidden qualities of students, promoting teamwork among students, enhancing ones leadership qualities and preparing them for future challenges.
Hiking club provides opportunity to the students to explore and discover the natural beauty, induce sense of love, sacrifice and service to the entire creation.
To observe the nature and enjoy the spirit of adventure, the hiking club arranges trips to different hiking trails of Pakistan
“ To walk in nature is to witness a thousand miracles” – Marie Davis
General Secretary Hiking Club
Shooting & Recreation Club
Mubashir Khan (Final Year)
Message by the General Secretary
North west school of medicine greatly emphasizes on medical students participation in shooting(firearms) course. A shooting course that teaches students the basic knowledge and skills to explain the attitude necessary for the safe handling and storage of guns and ammunation . The skills needed for effective use of a firearm go far beyond target shooting. They include critical thinking, staying calm under pressure and the ability to know when to shoot and when to refrain.
Secretary Shooting Club
Art & Photography Club
Ghazala Munawar (Final year)
Muhammad Hamza (4th year)
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up”
Shayan Shoukat (3rd year)
Objectives of Arts and Photography Society
- To bring about the hidden talent of the medical students in photography, painting, and everything related to arts. To make them paint their dull lives colorful by participating in various art competitions and present their ideas and creativity through art.
- To encourage students to take part in events like costume parties, baking days, photography contests as intercollege and intracollege competitions. To help raise awareness by arranging various medical days like diabetes day, breast cancer day etc.
So come join us and explore your hidden talent!
Message from General Secretary
Northwest School of Medicine is trying it’s best to bring about the best in its students. Northwest school of medicine has several societies to help students polish their skills in every aspect of extracurricular domains along with medical education. The college consider Arts and Photography as important as Student Welfare or Sports, that is why Northwest School of Medicine has a separate domain named, Arts and Photography society. The main goal of art is the interrelation of people with something wonderful, sensitive, interesting and beautiful, sometimes even unexplainable and contradictory. Whether we realize it or not, art is everywhere influencing us. Whereas photography is the intention to present – through the medium of photography – intuitive observations of the natural world which may have meaning to the spectators.
General Secretary Arts and Photography Society
Social Welfare Society
Social welfare is often considered as “a necessary thread in the fabric of social structure.” The broad horizons cover various charitable works, organized activities related to social reform movements and non-profit or public social services designed to protect or benefit various individuals, including students, patients, and underprivileged citizens.
Social welfare society (SWS) of Northwest School of medicine, established in 2017 covers a wide variety of initiatives and activities designed to help the needy individuals and provide social welfare programs. The society comprises of three wings; the blood wing, patient care wing, and student care wing. Previously, SWS held a range of activities and services provided by the volunteers, that included a blood donation drive, an annual medical camp, fundraiser movie nights, and an Eid gift pack for SOS village orphans.
We at Northwest School of Medicine intend to encourage students to join the society as it aims at arousing deep compassion for helping those in need by providing a basic level of human and social rights.
Our goal is produce doctors that are compassionate, and have an eye for the underprivileged around us, and InshaAllah we believe that SWS NWSM will be a desirable model for all the welfare societies in the region.
Syed Wajdan Haider (Final Year)
Arsalan Khan (4th Year)
1. Blood Wing
- Abdul Moez (3rd year)
- Sadia Iqbal (3rd year)
- Muskan (3rd year)
- Fatima Khan (4th year)
- Komal Qayyum (4th year)
- Sidra (1st year)
- Shan Khan (1st year)
- Nizamudin (3rd year)
- Shah Mohayyudin (2nd year)
- Laraib Amin (4th year)
2. Patient Care Wing
- Salman Zakir (4th year)
- Ammad Saeed (4th year)
- Muskan Yusufi (1st year)
- Kashaf Jehangir (1st year)
- Meeraj Haider Shah (2nd year)
- Umair Hamza (1st year)
- Mansoor Khan (1st year)
- Irum Zafar (1st year)
3. Student Care Wing
- Rubab Khalid (1st year)
- Sabeera Rasool Ist year)
- Burhan Ali Shah (2nd Year)
- M. Syhaf Khan (1st year)
- Kabir khan (1st year)
- Abdul Basit (1st year)
- Soban Zakir (1st year)
- Shreen hayat (1st year)
- Aneesa Gohar (1st year)
- Anas khan (2nd year)
- Maham Farman (2nd year)
Message of the secretary
“Do you know what my favorite part of the game is? It’s the Opportunity to play!”
Heywood Broun said, “Sports does not build character it reveals it”, so other than curriculum based activities, co-curricular sports help us express our emotions and feelings freely and that’s why Northwest School of Medicine gladly introduced the Sports Society in it’s founding year 2017.
Designed to improve team spirit, physical and mental health the Sports Society has previously arranged Annual Sports Week; weeks filled with excitement,thrill and fun.
Inter-class games such as outdoor: football, cricket,volleyball, basketball, athletics and indoor: ludo, chess, table tennis and much more have been organized by hard working students and supporting authorities and staff members, some of which are soon to be extended as inter-college matches Inshah-Allah.
Our aspiration is to inspire the present and future batches of NWSM to convert their sedentary lifestyles into a vibrant, refreshed and non-biased atmosphere.
To Sport Discipline the body and mind to co-operate with frenemies is the prime objective of the Sports Society as, “Victory is in the quality of competition and not the final score”–Mike Marshall; however certificates or prizes are usually awarded to the teams for group efforts
Secretary Sports Society
Dr Irfan Qadir
Noman Masud (Final Year)
Munsif Ali (4th Year)
- Imtiaz Ahmad ( 4th Year)
- Muhammad Bilal (4th Year)
- Irfan Ullah Burki ( Final Year)
- Nasir Ali (4th Year)
- Bakhtiar Khan (4th Year)
- Syed Kumail Hussain (4th Year)
- Feroz Khan (4th Year)
- Sadia Iqbal (3rd Year)
- Zmareye (3rd Year)
- Kamran (3rd Year)
- Junaiad (3rd Year)
- Sufyan (3rd Year)
- Umair (3rd Year)
- Usman (3rd Year)
- Kamran Ullah (2nd Year)
- Shehryar (2nd Year)
- Mansoor (2nd Year)
- Faisal (2nd Year)
- Asavera (1st Year)
- Maryam (1st Year)
- Uzair (1st year)
- Akif Ullah (1st Year)
- Lubaba javed (1st Year)
- Shumaila Jamshed (1st Year)
- Sonia Shafi (1st Year
- Maheen khan (1st Year)
- Fahim Saadat Mir (1st Year)
- Muhammad Hamza Mushtaq (1st Year)
Northwest Students Research Society (NSRS)
Northwest Student Research Society is an initiative to promote undergraduate research and increment medical students’ understanding and contributions in research by providing them with a platform to foster their skills in research. NSRS is a student body that would be constantly supervised by qualified and expert faculty members. Throughout the year, NSRS will engage the students in high-quality research projects by helping them to transform their ideas into complete research projects based on international standards. NSRS would also be responsible for coordination between students and their supervisors in both basic and clinical sciences and arrange research shadowing in their area of interest. NSRS is a platform for the students of all years and it aims to facilitate everyone from pitch to publication.
- To promote and raise awareness on ethical and standard undergraduate research.
- To motivate and facilitate students to engage in research activities.
- To foster the concept of “evidence-based medicine” among undergraduate students.
- To develop basic critical thinking skills in students.
- To amplify interaction between faculty and students in the context of research projects, shadowing, and teachings.
Activities by NSRS
- NSRS arranges training sessions and workshops for students by qualified faculty members and guest speakers.
- Facilitating students in their compulsory course-based research projects.
- Arranging research competitions, presentations and an annual research day to provide students to display their work in front of the global audience.
- Inviting motivational speakers and experts to share their research experience.
- NSRS executive council manages the students’ corner of Northwest Journal of Medical Sciences to provide students with a platform to share their work with a global audience.
Why join NSRS?
- Maximum exposure to the research world and an opportunity to connect and work with research experts.
- Improvement in communication skills and develop a better bond with faculty members.
- Access to partake in quality research projects under the supervision of specialists.
- Opportunity to disseminate your research work with a global audience by publishing in indexed journals.
- Overall improvement in CV and learn research skills to contend with international students.
- Better chances to peruse your desired specialty.
Farrukh Anser (Final Year MBBS)
Ammad Saeed (4th Year)
Associate Director NSRS
Shamal Jan (4th Year)
Assistant Director NSRS
Mustafa Qazi (2nd Year)
Aleena Ahmad (3rd Year)
Maryam (1st Year)
Zainab Kamal (3rd Year)
Message by the Secretary
Engaging undergraduate students in research, innovation, clinical audits, and quality improvement projects is the need of the day. To confront future challenges, clinicians must be able to utilize innovative and unconventional approaches that could cross the boundaries of classic practices. Through partaking in research and quality improvement endeavors, undergraduate students become creative, problem solvers, innovators, and better managers which prepare them for the future and make a positive difference in the world. As a secretary NSRS, my goal is to promote and advance undergraduate medical research and provide a highly integrated, hypothesis-driven, and thematically based research environment that could produce research experts in basic and clinical sciences in near future. I envision our research society as an initiative to transform conventional medical education; our vital strategy is to integrate research with academics to build a culture of evidence-based medicine that will overall improve patient care and safety. We aspire to create a new cadre of clinicians who are innovators, critical thinkers, decisive, diligent, communicative, and ready to face tomorrow’s challenges. I invite every medical student to learn more about the achievements, events, and latest research from the platform of NSRS and join our hands to contribute to the world of research and innovation. You will experience creativity, innovation, ambition, and motivation with us.
Hostel Mess Committee
Irfanullah Khan Burki (Final Year MBBS)
1. Izma Kashmala (Final Year MBBS)
2. Shayan Khan (4th Year MBBS)
3. Huzaifa Younas (3rd Year MBBS)
4. Gohar Zaman (2nd Year MBBS)
5. Aiman Khattak (1st Year MBBS)
TORs of the Committee
1. To check and monitor quality of food served in hostel mess
2. To check cleanliness in kitchen and premises of the hostel
3. To see the standard of services provide