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Students’ Patient Welfare Society calls for apps !


CALL FOR THE APPLICATIONS FOR Students’ Patient Welfare Society
EXECUTIVE AND GENERAL BODY 2011-12


SPWS is inviting applications along with CVs for the following posts of executive and general body. Interviews will be held on 26th March, 2011 at 10:20 A.M onwards in the society office (Room No. 19 OPD). Candidates can also mail their CVs to spws@kemu.edu.pk


The posts are as under:
EXECUTIVE BODY
1. SECRETARIES
A. Medicine Section (4th year/3rd year)
B. Blood donation Section (4th year/3rd year)
C. Health Promotion Section (4th year/3rd year)
D. Media and Press Section (4th year/3rd year)
E. Donation and sponsorship section (4th year/3rd year)
F. Internal Auditor (4th year/3rd year)
2. EXECUTIVES
A. Executive Members:
12 Executive members from:
4th Year...... (2 boys, 2 girls)
3rd Year….... (2 boys, 2 girls)
2nd Year…. (2 boys, 2 girls)
B. Class Representatives:
1 CR and 1 GR each from 1st and 2nd year, 3rd year and 4th year.

GENERAL BODY
ASSISTANT SECRETARIES
A. MEDICINE SECTION:
i) Diabetes section (3rd year, 2nd year, 1st year)
ii) Asthma section (3rd year, 2nd year, 1st year)
iii) Thyroid section (3rd year, 2nd year, 1st year)
iv) General medicine section (3rd year, 2nd year, 1st year)
v) Patient care section (3rd year, 2nd year, 1st year)
B. BLOOD DONATION SECTION:
i) 2 assistant secretaries (1 boy, 1 girl) from 4th year.
ii) 2 assistant secretaries (1 boy, 1 girl) from 3rd year.
iii) 2 assistant secretaries (1 boy, 1 girl) from 2nd year.
iv) 2 assistant secretaries (1 boy, 1 girl) from 1st year.
C. HEALTH PROMOTION SECTION:
i) Medical camps (3rd year, 2nd year, 1st year)
ii) Awareness programs (3rd year, 2nd year, 1st year)
D. MEDIA AND PRESS SECTION:
i) Press section (3rd year/2nd year)
ii) Multimedia section (3rd year/2nd year)
iii) Webmaster (3rd year/2nd year)
iv) Photography section (3rd year/2nd year)
E. DONATION AND SPONSORSHIP SECTION:
1 assistant secretary each from 3rd year, 2nd year and 1st year.


--

Rafeh Saeed
President-SPWS
2011-12
Fourth Year MBBS (class of 2012), KEMU.

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