KARACHI - City Administrator Barrister Murtaza Wahab said that all possible steps would be taken to make the Karachi Medical and Dentral College a university.

“A third-party audit of the college will be conducted under the chairmanship of KMC finance adviser and immediate steps will be taken to improve the present condition of the college,” he said while presiding over a meeting of the governing body of the college here.

Members of the Governing Body, Women Development Minister Shehla Raza, Metropolitan Commissioner Afzal Zaidi, Financial Adviser Ghulam Murtaza Bhutto, Senior Director Medical Services Dr Abdul Hameed Jamani, Prof Aqeel Ahmed Sheikh, Dr Zubeida Wasim Qazi, Prof Farid Adayo, Dr Akmal Waheed and other members were also present.

Barrister Wahab said that the court orders regarding the affairs of the KMDC would be fully implemented. “I will personally visit the college and review all the issues and solve the problems faced by the teachers, students and other staff of the college,” he added.

He said that the KMDC was imparting education in the field of medical to middle class students. He said that college students should focus on their education and make their city and country famous.

The administrator said that the service of suffering humanity was not less than worship so young students should dedicate all their efforts in getting medical education.

“Our goal must be to help other human beings and serve humanity, the quality of education and teaching in KMDC will be further improved,” he said.