LQEC Heads

Maj Gen Prof Dr Irfan Ali Mirza

Associate Professor, Physiology

Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP)

053-7532239 / 0321-9833282

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Professor Irfan Ali Mirza did MBBS from Army Medical College (QAU) in 1988, grading in pathology in 1993, MCPS Clinical Pathology in 1993, FCPS (Microbiology) in 1999, Ph.D in 2015 and MCPS-HPE in 2016. He is College of Physicians & Surgeons (CPSP) approved supervisor for FCPS Microbiology training and HEC approved supervisor for Ph.D training. He has more than 80 publications in national and international Medical Journals with more than 900 citations with cumulative h-index of 15 and i10 index of 20. He has supervised more than 40 post graduate students of FCPS, M.Phil and Ph.D. He is on the expert panel of HEC for review of research projects of National Research Programme for universities (NRPU) and member of Committee to Monitor Quality and Performance of Research Journals (CMQPRJ) accredited by HEC. He is also looking after the local Quality Enhancement Cell (LQEC) matters at Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP), NUMS.

Col Amir Rashid

Prof of Biochemistry

Army Medical College, NUMS


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Professor Amir Rashid did his MBBS in 1994 from Army Medical College (QAU) and PhD in 2009 from University of Sheffield, (UK). He has more than 50 publications in national and international medical journals to his credit with a cumulative Impact Factor of 25. He is actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate training and is HEC and CPSP approved supervisor for PhD and FCPS Biochemistry programs. He has to date successfully supervised twenty Postgraduates trainees for award of PhD, MPhil and FCPS degrees. He is also performing duties as Head Quality Assurance and Enhancement Cell, Army Medical College/ NUMS.

Dr Sumaira Masood

Assistant Professor, Community Medicine & Public Health


051- 5176381

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Dr. Sumaira Masood is MBBS (2011) from Rawalpindi Medical College (RMC). She is a Public Health specialist and did her FCPS Community Medicine in 2018. She has more than eight years’ experience of undergraduate teaching at Army Medical College. She has attended and facilitated various workshops relating to research and medical writing. She has more than fifteen publications in various HEC recognized journals. She has also earned a certificate course in Health Profession Education from NUMS. Currently, she is working in AFPGMI as Masters Public Health programme course incharge. She is also performing duties as head Quality Enhancement Cell, AFPGMI (NUMS).

Dr. Rizwana Kamran

Assistant Professor, School of Health Professions' Education (Shape)


0423660550 (Ext. 392), 03009475222

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Dr. Rizwana Kamran, a medical graduate and Health Professional Educationist, held key positions at CMH LMC & loD from 2018 to 2021, including Head of the Department of Health Professions Education and Assistant Director of LQEC. She has international experience, presented research papers at international conferences, facilitated mentorship programs, and organized research activities. Dr. Kamran conducted research, led faculty development workshops, taught at the National University of Medical Sciences, contributed to curriculum development, and published numerous research papers. She is pursuing a Ph.D. in Health Professions Education.

Mr. Abdullah Hanif

Deputy Manager L.QEC QIMS, NUMS


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Mr Abdullah Hanif is an MBA degree holder from NUML University, Quetta Campus. He has additional academic degrees that include B.Ed. & M.Ed. Currently he is heading L-QEC at Quetta Institute of Medical Sciences (QIMS) as Deputy Manager QEC.  

Mr Hanif is Certified Quality Assurance Professional from Pakistan Institute of Quality Council (PIQC) and also Lead Auditor QMS 9001:2015, IRCA UK & CQI, Singapore Certified. He has been involved in data reviewing, vetting, editing and proof reading of self-assessment reports of different degree programs and conducting quality audits. He is engaged in compliance of quality standards by organizing quality awareness seminars for students and professionals, maintaining record of decisions and actions pertaining to quality proceedings with relevant updates for future reference.

Dr. Attia Sheikh

Assistant Professor/ HoD Medical Education

CMH Multan Institute of Medical Sciences (CIMS), NUMS

061-4504784 & 061-4504785

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Dr Attia Sheikh, Assistant Professor Medical Education, has her post graduate degree in Health Professions Education from Aga Khan University and Riphah International University. She is currently heading the Dept of Medical Education at CMH Multan Institute of Medical Sciences. She has multiple courses and certifications as master trainer for faculty development of both under and post graduate health professions programs with different universities and is the lead facilitator for certificate and diploma courses in HPE with NUMS and Shifa Tameer-e-Millat. Her experience in Faculty Development as part of DME team of different private medical colleges in Multan spans more than 8 years. Her expertise in Program Evaluation and Feedback best suit her as part of QEC. She is also master consultant in Software development for CIMS Multan Student and Faculty portal.

Cdr Mubashir Nawaz Warraich (Retd)




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Engr. Mubashir Nawaz Warraich is the Head of Local Quality Enhancement cell with 35 years of diversified management, quality assurance, and academic experience in high-ranked universities of Pakistan and Pakistan navy with a track record of visible results. He has practical experience in dealing with approximately all kinds of quality, academic, examinations, and research related matters. Based on the previous organizational and potential records he was awarded Tamga-e-Imtiaz and a letter of commendation by the Chief of Naval Staff (CNS). He was also awarded letters of appreciation by the Vice-chancellor UET, Taxila, and Rector NUST. Before joining the Wah Medical College, he served as Director Quality Enhancement Cell, Director Academics with Additional charge of Controller of Examination at UET Taxila.

Dr. Iram Tassaduq

Professor of Anatomy & Head of Medical Education

Medical Education, HITEC –IMS Taxila, NUMS


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Dr Iram Tassaduq, Professor of Anatomy and Head of Medical Education Department a graduate of Khyber Medical College, did her M.Phil Anatomy from Army Medical College and MHPE from Riphah International University. She is LQEC Head in HITEC-IMS Taxila. She collaborates with the faculty in planning and development of curriculum and its implementation and monitoring. Currently she is working with her team to achieve National Accreditation Framework Performance Standards (NAF) in all aspects of Medical Education.

Dr. Fasiha Fatima


Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry

(021) 99247501

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Dr. Fasiha Fatima is a medical professional and educator with a strong academic background. She holds an MBBS from Sindh Medical College, an MPhil in Biochemistry from JPMC, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at Baqai Medical University. With over 20 publications in national and international journals, she is also skilled in Health Profession Education and Artificial Intelligence in Research. Dr. Fatima serves as Associate Professor and Head of Quality Enhancement Cell at Karachi Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS).

Dr. Rizwan Masud

Associate Professor, Physiology

CMH Kharian Medical College, Kharian Cantt

053-7532239 / 0321-9833282

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Dr Rizwan Masud is the Head Local QEC at CMH Kharian Medical College (CKMC). He is a medical graduate of King Edward Medical University, Lahore and a PhD from Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad. He has more than nine years teaching experience in undergraduate Medical Education. CMH Kharian Medical College (CKMC) Kharian Cantonment is a prestigious institute and gained reputable standing as an eminent institution offering quality medical education. Dr Masud and his team is well aware of the significance of preserving the highest standards of education, conduct, medical ethics and the implication of high moral standards regarding medical education and patient care. They are dedicated to provide quality education to all its students and professionals.