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KemUnited Pictorial Section

This page has a few visuals from the University. The facebook page is more frequently updated. But below are a few highlights.

Events Photography

KELS Photo Captioning Competition 2011 Gallery


KEMCOL 2010: Pictorial Section.


KAPS On-The-Spot Photography Competition 2011




KEMU Campus
Photography
King Edward Medical University:
Patiala Block





King Edward Medical University:
Faridkot Block: Home of the Department of Anatomy and Histology

King Edward Medical University:
Ground adjacent to Patiala Block. Also seen Dept of Forensic Medcine and Toxicology and KEMU watertank

King Edward Medical University:
Library Hall in Patiala Block

King Edward Medical University:
Anatomy department and ground

Mayo Hospital: Punjab Institute of Preventive Ophthalmology (PIPO)

KEMU Water-tank










King Edward Medical University:
Patiala Block







King Edward Medical University:
Department of Pharmacology and Patiala Ground





King Edward Medical University:
Patiala Block Canon 










King Edward Medical University:
Patiala Block









King Edward Medical University:
Bahwalpur Block Home of Departments of Physiology, Biochemistry, Community medicine and Pathology






























King Edward Medical University:
Patiala Block

King Edward Medical University and Mayo Hospital. Seen in this photo are Bahwalpur block KEMU, Pediatrics department and Department of pharmacology 








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