Medical Education

The College of Medicine at Abbottabad International Medical Institute has a long history of preparing students to take on the rigours of a wide variety of post-graduate training opportunities in institutions in Pakistan and around the Globe. We believe that to meet the needs of our students, faculty and community, we must strive to continuously improve our curriculum.

Lead. Serve. Inspire will be the curriculum for tomorrow's medicine, designed to shape the doctor for the future.

AIMI’s reputation for curricular innovation, acclaimed faculty, pioneering research and world class patient care is well established. We must champion innovative thinking to ensure that we are training the types of doctors who will shape the future of medicine and fulfill our mission to improve people's lives.

Subjects & Academic Hours- College of Medicine

Curriculum Content

Scheme of Examinations

This is in accordance with the PM&DC guidelines and will be conducted by KMU.


Professional MBBS Examinations

Allocated marks for all subjects are equally divided between theory paper and oral & practical/clinical examinations; however, ten percent marks from each part of examination are reserved for internal evaluation.

First Professional MBBS Examinations:

To be held at the end of the 1st year in the following subjects:

Part I:
Sr. # Subjects Marks
01 Anatomy 200
02 Physiology 200
03 Biochemistry 200
04 Islamic & Pakistan Studies 100
Part II:

To be held at the end of the 2nd year in the following subjects:

Sr. # Subjects Marks
01 Anatomy 200
02 Physiology 200
03 Biochemistry 200

Note: Any student who fails to clear the first Professional MBBS Part-I or Part-II examination separately in four chances availed or un-availed after becoming eligible for each examination shall cease to be eligible for further medical education in Pakistan.

2nd Professional MBBS Examination:

To be held at the end of the 3rd year in the following subjects:

Sr. # Subjects Marks
01 Pharmacology & Therapeutics 300
02 General Pathology & Microbiology 300
03 Forensic Medicine 200

3rd Professional Examination:

To be held at the end of the 4th year in the following subjects:

Sr. # Subjects Marks
01 Community Medicine 300
02 Special Pathology 300
03 Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) 200
04 Ophthalmology 200

Final Professional MBBS Examination:

To be held at the end of the 5th year in the following subjects:

Sr. # Subjects Marks
01 Medicine including Psychiatry & Dermatology 600
02 Surgery including Orthopaedics & Anaesthesia 600
03 Obstetrics & Gynaecology 400
04 Paediatrics 200