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KEDS Trip to PMC

Ayesha MushtaqClass of 2019


Take a bunch of people from the most prestigious society in the oldest medical school of the country, give them the courage to speak, the desire to prove themselves, the power to move the masses, the fervor to scale new heights and the passion to conquer new grounds; what do you get? The recipe for glory!
King Edward Debating Society (KEDS) embarked on one such journey of glory when a dozen of its members undertook a trip to Punjab Medical College (PMC) Faisalabad to participate in the inaugural edition of the college’s parliamentary debating championship, held from the 13th to the 15th of May 2016.
KEMU was represented at the competition by a total of four teams, one in English and three in Urdu category. The English team comprised Hamid Ali, Maryam Fatima, and Hamza Shahab. The Urdu teams were:
KEMU-A: Ruhma Ihsan, Tabish JavaidJamal Awan KEMU-B: Anas Tahir, Ahsan KhanZara Zahid KEMU-C: Taimoor BajwaMahrukh SafdarAyesha Mushtaq
The teams left for Faisalab…

MCAT Syllabus Explained

Mahnoor Leel1st YearUHS issues syllabus of MCAT each year but problem is that the syllabus is quite confusing itself. It becomes difficult to decide which topics to prepare and which ones to leave. So, here the syllabus of MCAT’15 is explained. Most probably, there won’t be much change in syllabus of MCAT’16.



BIOLOGY Part 1 ·Chapter 1       “Biology in the service of mankind” till the end of chapter ·Chapter 2     Table 2.1 on first page + From   Carbohydrates till the end ·Chapter 3    Complete ·Chapter 4     §Following sub-topics from “Structure of a generalized cell” 1)Plasma Membrane 2)Endoplasmic Reticulum 3)Ribosomes 4)Golgi Apparatus 5) Centriole 6) Mitochondria 7)Nucleus §“Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cell” given at the end of chapter Comparison of typical plant and animal cell is not given clearly in the textbook so you can do it from here



·Chapter 5     From “Life cycle of Bacteriophages” till the end. ·Chapter 6     “Structure of bacteria” + “Importance of bacteria” + “Use and misuse of antibio…

JUST SOME THIRD YEAR THINGS

Third year has been so far the best year of MBBS because it is the year that you finally get to bury the anatomy books (May they rot in hell) and escape the basic sciences into the fascinating world of medicine and diseases. It’s when you finally start seeing yourself as a doctor.

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KemUnited 3rd Blogger Awards & 5th Anniversary [ Official Event Review ]

Review by Ayesha Saeed Malik 2nd year MBBS
Once upon a time, not very far back, lived a little girl who plundered upon Medicine as a career of choice but found out a little too late that as noble as saving human lives might seem, studying to achieve those goals weren't even remotely close to nobility or seemed humanly for that matter.

On one of those similarly morbid days, when her mind teemed with saturnine thoughts of failing her head and neck stage, she heard a 'ping' on her phone. The girl lunged towards it, bearing in mind that nothing could make that seemingly dark day blossom into the vibrant colors of spring, thinking that her rainbow of life had been forever lost to the vile world's cruel ways. But dear friends, what that little girl forgot was that every cloud has a silver lining. And so, this girl's silver lining had appeared in the form of a message. The dispatch bore an official invitation to Kemunited's Annual Ceremony.

Now, the rumor has it that t…