STATE OF THE ART MEDICAL & DENTAL COLLEGE
The mission of Watim Medical & Dental College is to provide a purpose built Medical teaching institution to which aspiring students can look up to and graduating students can look back upon with pride. An institution that eventually not only provides world class education and patient care but also serves the needs of the post-graduate students in their professional training and research.
Our Vision is to develop and foster a community of global leaders dedicated to improving human health by integrating dentistry & medicine at the forefront of Education, Research and Patient care. By starting a Medical College with a strong focus on cultivating commitment, zeal and enthusiasm among the medical student community, we hope to contribute our mite to the development of the nation by providing our sincere services to the vital fields of health care and education.
I - LOCAL STUDENTS:
“A person holding F.Sc (Pre-Medical) with minimum unadjusted 65% marks from Pakistan or equivalent marks as certified by Inter Board Chairman Committee (IBCC) is eligible for admission. Candidate has to qualify National MDCAT examination held by Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) for getting admission in WMDC for MBBS & BDS programs. The Passing marks for the MDCAT examination shall be unadjusted 60% marks.”
Merit calculation criteria:
Entry Test/SAT II : 50%
Intermediate / Equivalent : 30%
Interview Marks : 20%
II - OVERSEAS / FOREIGN STUDENTS :
A Student who does not hold a Pakistani nationality, or holds a dual nationality or is an Overseas or a non-resident Pakistani citizen and having obtained their H.S.S.C or equivalent 12th grade qualification from outside Pakistan shall for purpose of admission be deemed a “Foreign Student”. The Admission of foreign student shall be strictly on the basis of merit and no exemption or special quota shall be created for Foreign Students.
Provided as an exemption in the session 2021 a Foreign Student may use results of SAT II exam in the subjects of Biology, Chemistry and Physics/Math as an alternative to MDCAT. The result of the student in SAT II shall be equated with the scores of MDCAT by using a weightage of:
• Biology: 40%
• Chemistry: 35%
• Physics/Maths: 25%
Student who appears on the National Merit List issued by Pakistan Medical Commission shall be required to contact the college for seeking admission, subject to an interview as may be conducted by College and marks for such interview added to the students merit weightage. The college may in its discretion elect not to interview students and process the admissions on the basis of the National Merit List. A student having accepted an offer of admission shall be required to deposit College fee and required documents as confirmation and acceptance of admission.
For further details and assistance contact:
Admission Office: +92 51 3757575, +92 316 8766996
Email : email@example.com
Student affairs department ensures to offer a range of facilities and support to the students
The library owns a large collection of medical and dental textbooks, reference works and journals on basics sciences as well as clinical sciences.
Accommodation facilities for students are available. Separate hostels for male and female students are available within the premises of college.
College provides transport facility to students and staff upon payment on the pre-designated routes between Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
Sports facilities i-e basketball, badminton, Table tennis, Cricket and football are provided by the college.