Showing posts from February, 2016


First Professional Part I Filza Saeed 2nd Year MBBS Assalam-o-Alaikum juniors! A cordial welcome to KEMU, it’s been 3 months though :3 but yeah, who cares, finally ├ím awake enough to write something that makes sense. *adaab* My my, I can clearly see those new babies in the field *-* Freshmen forethoughts be like... Nevertheless, to the point sweeties… This blog has nothing to do with the title (bcz there is nothing as clean and empty as my study table :p and what I am sharing is purely PARHAYI oriented) . Firstly, some key points to this guide: 1      1.     This orientation is for the batch ’20 and onwards bcz of the staff that has changed entirely over the years. [Harper in, Mushtaq out *bites nails*] 1.        It has all the stuff you need to pass professionals given in all the books of each and every subject. 2.        Paper Patterns are attached along with syllabus. 3.        By this, you’ll be able to get one complete picture of what

High Yield Obstetrics Lecture [ DUMMY ] - Labor - Stages and complications + OSCE


Word War III University of Lahore

KEDS wins yet another trophy.   Ruhma Ihsan ,   Ahmed Rafay Afzal   and   Muhammad Youshay   were declared the champions of Urdu Parliamentary category at UOL War of Words III.   This is the 3rd consecutive trophy of KE at UOL. Special congratulations to Youshay as its his debut trophy. Proud of you guys!   Also a shoutout to the rest of the three teams; KE-B ( Ayesha Mushtaq , Numra Urooj ,   Ali Shehbaz Baloch ) broke into semis with a win over a very veteran te am in quarters! Going great you guys.   The other two teams comprising of   Tabish Javaid ,   Syed Ahmad Raza , Hamza Shahab   and   Ali Naveed Malghani ,   Zara Zahid ,   Mahrukhh Safdar broke into quarters but missed a semi spot by close margin.   Well done everyone. Alhumdullilah for such a successful tournament.

Guide to Pass Substage:

By: Muhammad Salik Note: This article was written when I was in 2nd year and is updated and published now when I am in 4th year because I couldn't complete it then but it might be of some help as it is. As a second year student I think that a substage can be prepared in the last 2-3 day and in extreme cases even on the last day and you can pass. The nerdy freshmen won’t believe what I am saying but they’ll realize soon enough. So at this point, almost all of the new guys are terrified about their first substage. “Will I pass? What If they debar me? What if I cannot pass? What will I tell my parents? Failing this will ruin my internal assessment!” These are some of the questions that we all have. Some overly conscious theetas might even think that there first failure can lead to a chain of failures that will eventually ruin their medical career. Don’t worry don’t panic and don’t over think. Substages are really easy to handle once you get to know the mechanics they work o

Research Guide for Noobs Phase 2- 4th Year Chronicles

By: Muahmmad Salik Phase 2: Writing an Intro:- *The introduction we submitted for our topic is attached at the end as an exhibit. Not the best example but a feasible one. Introduction has 4 paragraphs: 1) Operational Definitions 2) International content on your topic- Literature review 3) National content on your topic- Literature review 4) Rationale Everything is written as a reference from the researches already done. You read a research from say Pubmed, you find something relevant to your topic, you add it in your intro and put a superscript like this “ 1 ” (by selecting the number and pressing Ctrl+Shift+=) and then you move on and repeat the same till you finish the 500 words intro. Let’s discuss all the headings one by one.

Research Guide for Noobs- 4th Year Chronicles

By Muhammad Salik We all have to do Research in Med School. Some are excited for it while others dread it. Whichever one you must be, a Guide to Medical Research always comes in handy to get the best of it without going through unnecessary trouble. The first step is selecting the topic. There are two types of topics: 1) Student based 2) Patient Based. In Student based research you usually assess behaviors and patterns and relate them to something e.g. the research published in 2016 was “The relationship between learning techniques and academic performance”. You need 300 samples for this, which is easy. In patient based research you study different disease, their frequencies in your teaching hospital, their causes/risk factors/determinants and draw a final conclusion. E.g. here we have to have 100 sample patients, which is still easy as the department only assigns to you those topics which get frequent patients in Mayo Hospital, and you have a batch of 10 people so everyone has to

NGS Declamations 2016

KEDS continues the winning streak at NGS declamation competition. Tahreem Raza and M. Anas Tahir win the team trophy. Tahreem Raza clinches 1st position in Eng lish Category at her debut. (And also becomes the first ever kemcolian declamation speaker to have received the winning shield by Bilal Lashari himself :D ) Anas Tahir bags 3rd position in Urdu category with his thrilling humorous speech. A big round of applause for both Awab Hussain and Hafsa Ishfaq for getting consola tion prizes at their debut as a team. We congratulate all the speakers on this memorable victory.