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SPWS Executive and General body posts 2011


‘Friends of SPWS’ coordinator: Mehwish imtiaz

Internal auditor: M. Ahmad Naseer

SPWS Coordinator for Bsc Allied Health Sciences, KEMU: Adnan Danish



Medicine section

Asfa Shahid, Ayesha Abdul Razzaq(fourth year)

Blood donation section

Raheel Nadir(fourth year)

Health promotion section

Aariz zainab, Shoaib Akram(fourth year)

Media and press section

M.Ahsan Jahangir(fourth year)

Donation and sponsorship section

Ibrar Ahmad Khan(fourth year)

Executive Body

A. SPWS representatives:




Fourth year

Murtaza Mazhar

Maha Gul

Third year

Waqar Humayun

Shafaq Tabassum

Second year

Ammar Afzal

Humaira Sarfaraz

First year

Ali Zargham Babar

Nazeeha Sami

B. Executive members:


Executive 1

Executive 2

Executive 3

Executive 4

Fourth year

M. Bilal

Waqas ahmad

Abeera ali

Anam Qureshi

Third year

Umair Ahmad

Abdullah Sohail

Hafsa Baber

Sadaf Hafeez

Second year

M. Umer Afzaal

Abdur Rafay

Ayeza jabbar

Farkhanda qaiser

General body

MEDICINE SECTION: (Section secretary: Asfa Shahid, Ayesha Abdul Razzaq)



Third year

Second year

First year

Diabetes section

Anum Hamid

Javeria Afzaal

M. Sohail Asghar

Asthma section

Mehreen Akram

Amna Shafiq

Amna Chaudary

Thyroid section

Samia Aslam

Tooba Aftab, Naira Saleem

Hajira Iftikhar Mirza

General Medicine section

Reema Anjum, Maleeha Anwar (fourth year)

Saman Jawaid

Shah-Bano Salman

Patient care section

Anum Asad

Helmand Khan

M. Yasir

BLOOD DONATION SECTION: (Section secretary: Raheel Nadir [fourth year])


Fourth year

Third year

Second year

First year


Hamid Raza

M. Tayab

Raheel Sufian Siddiqui

Rameez Irshad


Asfa Shahid

Namra Tauqir

Abeera Akram

Mariam Mohmd Nasir

HEALTH PROMOTION SECTION: (Section secretaries: Aariz Zainab, Shoaib Akram [fourth year])



Third year

Second year

First year

Medical camps:

Rabia Zia

Saira Asghar

Nida Rauf

Awareness Programs:

Noor-ul-Ain Rauf

Wajeeha Rasool, Nida Fatima


MEDIA AND PRESS SECTION: (Section secretary: M. Ahsan Jahangir [fourth year])



Post Holder:


M. Fahad (2nd year)


Ayesha Afzal (3rd year)


Ali Zargham Baber (1st year)


Talha Saleem (2nd year)

DONATION AND SPONSORSHIP SECTION: (Section secretary: Ibrar Ahmad Khan [fourth year])


Third year:

Tayab Hayat

Second year:

Muhammad Ahmad

First year:

M. Tauqeer Tariq






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