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National University of Sciences and Technology

National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) was founded in 1991 for the promotion of higher education in the field of sciences and technology, by providing an environment for higher learning and need-based research, pertinent to the national requirements. It was granted its Charter in 1993. Over the years, it has grown in scope, services and stature as a premier institution, and emerged as a leading comprehensive university in the public sector.


Guided by its vision to become a research-intensive university of international standing, NUST has not only set new norms of excellence in teaching, research and innovation, but also developed a culture which is conducive to creative activities and promotes talent in all forms. In fact, creativity and innovation are imbedded as core values in all scholastic activities. All academic and extra-mural activities are directed towards shaping of dynamic professionals of a very high caliber, capable of meeting emerging challenges of the new millennium, paving fresh paths in their respective fields of endeavor.


NUST equips and grooms its students for local as well as international job markets. It entails wholesome growth of personality, from professional expertise to social skills and leadership attributes. For this, the students are exposed to the best in thought and example. International collaboration and linkages with universities of repute ensure two-way flow of knowledge and keep the students and faculty abreast with the latest developments in different fields.


According to NUST's mission statement, "The university community will strive to create challenging educational and cultural environments for students to refine their abilities to reason and to communicate freely and clearly so as to become responsible, morally equipped, moderate and well rounded citizens of a diverse world."

TeleSehat

TeleSehat; the Telemedicine solution provider for ever-increasing need for healthcare services throughout the world. TeleSehat has worked to bridge the gap in healthcare services between rural and urban areas and brought basic healthcare to your doorstep.


TeleSehat is the First Pakistani company who developed a complete Telemedicine solution integrated with hospital/clinic management system. Its development focus is to ensure that healthcare practitioner does not require extensive IT training.


TeleSehat has a team of seasoned professionals with extensive development and business knowledge. Development objective being provision of globally competitive solution with most cost-effective hardware integration compatibility.


Shaukat Khanam Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre

Over the past decade, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre has established itself as a centre of excellence providing comprehensive care free of cost to thousands of indigent cancer patients. This pioneering, state-of-the-art hospital located in the heart of the Punjab was founded by Imran Khan, one of Pakistan's most illustrious cricketers. As a charitable institute, it is funded predominantly from the donations of friends and well-wishers from around the country and across the world.



HL7 Pakistan

HL7 Pakistan is a non-profit organization with the vision of making healthcare systems interoperable by adopting health standards such as Health Level Seven (HL7). It is a membership based organization promoting the role of interoperability for better provision of healthcare to the people.



King Faisal University

King Faisal University (KFU) is a public university with the main campus in the city of Hofuf in Al-Hassa, Saudi Arabia founded in 1975. KFU was initially established with four colleges: two in Dammam and the other two in Al-Hasa


One of the main goals of the university was in the area of scientific research to be one of the basic requirements so as to address the problems of society. Since its inception, and through years of development, the university has sought to revitalize and strengthen scientific research in various fields and disciplines through intensive activity carried out by colleges and research centers, as well as through coordination with other centers from outside the university, the university has completed more than forty national research projects.[3] It has also published more than 2,000 scientific articles in domestic and international scientific journals.


The university also developed and modernised its curriculam, study plans and educational programmes in all colleges to be consistent with the requirements of the Saudi society, as well as to cope with the latest scientific and technical developments.


Kyun Hee University

Kyung Hee University is a private, research university encompassing an educational system from kindergarten to graduate school with campuses in Seoul, Suwon, and Gwangneung (on the outskirts of Namyangju city), South Korea. Kyung Hee has 24 colleges, 71 departments and majors, 65 master's and 63 doctorate programs, 18 professional and special graduate schools, and 43 auxiliary research institutions. The university celebrated its sixtieth anniversary in 2009. In 1993 Kyung Hee received the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education. 53 In 2006, Kyung Hee and the University of Pennsylvania initiated the Penn-Kyung Hee Collaborative Summer Program. 458 and two years later a formal Global Collaborative with Peking, Ritsumeikan, and Moscow State universities; the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs; and the Conference of NGOs (CoNGO). Kyung Hee's interdisciplinary bio-medical cluster maintains one of the world's leading research programs for the study of oriental medicine and its application to contemporary medical treatment in tandem with Western approaches, including the world's first successful drug-free acupunctural anesthesia demonstration in 1972. As of 2011 Kyung Hee University maintains sister relationships with 402 universities in 68 countries.