We provide a holistic environment for students to thrive which includes activities organized by annually elected, student led committees. Student are encouraged to pursue their interests to find the right balance between study, work and play, by joining current committees and societies or by initiating other societies to enrich their educational experience on campus. Activities are planned by students with a faculty advisor. Implementation is coordinated through Student Affairs. Committees are as follows:
Debate competitions are held with students debating relevant current issues in both English and Urdu. Students also have opportunities to participate in Inter-University Debates. Students and Faculty are encouraged to submit original articles on topics current in medicine and dentistry as well as other matters of general interest for the College Quarterly Newsletter and Magazine.
Art Competitions are held to encourage students with artistic skills. Cash prizes are awarded for the top three entries in each category. This includes both Academic and Non-Academic Art, sketching, charts, painting, photography, glass painting and models. Renowned artists are invited to judge the art works and to present awards
Students write, direct, act and dance in their own dramas, skits and choreographies during an Annual Function Program.
Singing classes are held weekly under the supervision of an Ustad. They culminate in an intra-college music competition.
This club arranges inter-college competitions in Cricket, Football, Basketball, Throwball, Badminton, Table Tennis and Athletics. There are teams for both boys and girls in all disciplines. We also participate in intercollegiate sports. There is an indoor badminton court located in the student lounge along with table tennis facilities. Cricket, football grounds and basketball courts are at the JMCH campus.
Care & Rehabilitation in Emergency (CARE) is a drug bank established by JMDC students and registered as a recognized NGO on November 6, 2001. CARE provides medications to non-affording patients through zakat collection and fund-raising activities such as showing movies in the auditorium. The best part is that Care has tried to keep the “FUN” in FUND-raising!
Health Club celebrates International Health Days like Leprosy Day, Cancer Day, Heart Day, and Diabetes Day by organizing programs which include guest lectures, student presentations and skits.
The Alumni Association is a platform to promote and facilitate lifelong links between the Institute and its Alumni community. It is dedicated to building an active relationship with its graduates as well as providing a source of inspiration for our current students through frequent meetings, counselling and guidance from former graduates. The Association also provides opportunities for continuing education. Membership is free of cost and activated after the graduate submits a membership form.