Ameer-ud-Din Medical College

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Ameer-ud-Din Medical College
امیرالدین طبی کالج
Logo of Ameer-ud-Din Medical College
MottoDevotion, Education, Research
TypeMedical school, Public
PrincipalProf. Dr. Alfreed Zafar
Undergraduates500 MBBS
6-AbdurRehman Chughtai Road, Jail Road, Lahore
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AffiliationsPGMI, PMDC, UHS
SportsPatient Welfare Society (PWS)

AMC Sports Society

Debating Society of Ameer ud Din (DSA)

Ameer ud Din Literary Society (ALS)

Ameer ud Din Dramatics Society

Ameer ud Din Arts and Photography Society (AMCAPS)

Ameer-ud-Din Medical College (Urdu: امیرالدین طبی کالج‎) (abbreviated as AMC; also known as PGMI Medical College), established in 2011, is one of the six public colleges of medicine located in, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.It is established on the initiative of CM Shehbaz Sharif to give quality education in the region Punjab and especially in Lahore. It is registered with PMDC, listed in IMED, affiliated with PGMI and UHS, and approved by Ministry of Health. Lahore General Hospital is attached as training and teaching hospital.


An inspection team from University of Health Sciences (UHS) visited the newly established college in late April 2012. The UHS was then affiliated with the college as its degree-awarding university.[1] The college currently shares the campus with Postgraduate Medical Institute (PGMI). In a press release it was stated by the former principal Dr. Anjum Habib Vohra that college will shift to its new building by the time the first batch of students reach the final year. "It will take two to three years to shift the AMC to its permanent building.” he said.[2]



In 2015, AMC has shown excellent result by scoring 99% result. In 2016, AMC scored 100% passing score for First Professional Part 1 examination. In 2018, AMC stood 1st among 39 medical colleges in 3rd Year MBBS examination.


  1. ^ "Medical education: UHS team inspects Ameeruddin College". The Express Tribune. April 29, 2012. Retrieved November 20, 2012.
  2. ^ "Medical education: Ameeruddin College to start classes in PGMI building". The Express Tribune. September 23, 2012. Retrieved November 20, 2012.

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