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1. Behind the Curtains Session 6 - Dr. Attya Mubarik Ex Prof Anatomy
The commander of the biggest fan following in KE and the most popular Professor of Anatomy to date, Dr. Attya Mubarik SPEAKS HER HEART OUT (Literally!) 






2.Behind The Curtains Session 5 - Dr. M. Zahid Prof of Pharmacology
The Gold Medalist of Pharma quietly talks about his life over a cup of tea.




3.Behind the Curtains Session 4 - Dr. Rafea Tafweez Prof of Anatomy
The Ring Leader of the biggest Dept of KE, read here about her personal and professional journey.



4.Behind the Curtains Session 3 - Dr. Kamran Aziz Ex-Prof Biochemistry
The elegant former Biochem Genius has alot to say on the current and past affairs.

5.Behind the Curtains Session 2 - The Legendary Anwar Kala
Humble and blushing, Anwar Kala tells us the origin of "Daaksaab Chai Paani?!"



6.Behind the Curtains Session 1 - Pro VC & Prof Ophthalmology
As lovable as he appears to be, see how the shy Dr. Asad gives a bold interview.

7. DR. MANSOOR BASEER PAL
Author of numerous published papers, Dr. Pal holds special interest in nasal and sinus surgery.Humble and soft hearted inside, he talks about himself and his profession.







Other Interviews


A detailed insight into his life, how Dr Asad becomes a huge name in Ophthalmology?!


Tweety Talks !
With his love for crisp and white eastern-wear, the very straight and median “maang”, the toothbrush-y mustache, and that ever green, ever kind smile, that’s Tweety aka Javed Iqbal uncle for you.





Interview with the Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Faisal Masud
 * Kemcol English Section Sneak Peek *




Magnate Meets Medicine--Uzair IkramThis is a success story , when we think of one, we expect it be the cliched but Uzair breaks that stereotype.






Gudoo Finger Chips Anarkali "Getting candid with the man behind it all."
How selling chips outside KE changes his life overnight?




Living Legends of KE

A Walk Back in History -
Dr. Akhtar Khan Ex. Principal
Prof Dr. Imran Akram Sahaf -
Legend of KE - Pride of Pakistan









Pride of KEMU: Illustrious Kemcolian Authors

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