Gandhara University

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Gandhara University
Gandhara-Logo.jpg
Motto in English
Knowledge is Vision
Established 2009 (2009)
Type Private
Vice-Chancellor N/A
Governor Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Location Peshawar, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa,  Pakistan
Campus Peshawar
Colours Green and White
Athletics ‹See Tfm›    ‹See Tfm›    
Nickname Gandhara
Affiliations HEC
Website www.gandhara.edu.pk

Gandhara University in Peshawar, Pakistan provides specialized training in the healthcare sciences. It is a private medical college chartered by the government of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province.[1] The institutes that became Gandhara University were initially founded in 1995 by surgeon Muhammad Kabir.[2]

Component colleges[edit]

The university encompasses specialized departments to include teaching in nursing, dentistry, pharmacology, public health, and paramedical technologies:[3]

  • Kabir Medical College
  • Sardar Begum Dental College
  • Naseer Teaching Hospital
  • Gandhara College of Pharmacy
  • Wazid Muhammad Institute of Paramedical Technology
  • Fakhanda Institute of Nursing
  • Kabir Institute of Public Health

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Coordinates: 33°59′33″N 71°28′51″E / 33.9925°N 71.4808°E / 33.9925; 71.4808