Covid-19 Protocols Manual


COVID-19 is a new and uncertain Pandemic, any hope of any early dissipation of the virus has been invalidated by the second wave of the mutated virus appearing in the European Countries.

We have been appreciated by the the world over for having managed the COVID 19 pandemic threat through a combination of strict SOP protocol implementation together with the smart and timely lockdowns. The Government of Pakistan and our health ministries deserve praises which have been showered upon Pakistan as a third world country for the setting an example of timely handing of Covid-19 Pandemic. Since the Pandemic is possibly here to stay for some time, the Medical Institutions are going to be subjected to surprise checks.

Our institute Amina Inayat Medical education complex , has been working day and night to prevent spread of this virus for uninterrupted medical and dental education ,as per the guidelines given by the Ministry of NHSR&C and the discrepancies pointed out during our inspection.

The attached pages are the protocols devised and implemented in light of guidelines provided the Ministry of NHSR&C Guidelines along with points extracted from UHS AIMEC inspection report . Given at the end is the filled performa in accordance to Rapid Assessment of Educational Facilities – Basic Information Form, which again has been taken from Page 24 of the NHSR&C Guidelines.


To provide the Health guide lines to students, faculty, and administration Patients of AIMC, FDC and KFH in the Context of ongoing COVID 19 pandemic while ensuring all possible precautions to minimize the risk of spread of infection.


We have formulized different Strategies, which include:

  1. Staged/Phased approach, i.e. gradually opening of classes ,
  2. Staggering: different break times, Division of classes in small batches, breaking large classes into smaller groups
  3. Distancing: 6 feet between desks/seating and open-air classes.
  4. Use of face mask and stringent hand hygiene practices
  5. Appropriate screening protocols.

Table of Contents


  1. TORs &Organograms of Commmetties……………………………………………6-13
  2. Screening Protocols 14
  3. Protocols when sick………………………………………………………………..15
  4. Evacuation Plan…………………………………………………………………………………………..16
  5. Important Measures 17
  6. Class Room Sizes & Capacity 18
  7. Risk Categorization 19
  8. Focal Person 20
  9. Hostel SOPs (Management) 21
  10. Kitchen Mess Protocols 22
  11. Student Room SOPs 23
  12. Environment (Hostel & Surroundings) 25
  13. State of Toilets 26
  14. Library Instructions 27
  15. Laboratory Protocols 29
  16. Rapid Assessment of Educational Facilities 31
  17. Academic Instructions (All Classes MBBS &BDS ) 33
  18. Meeting minutes/ Notices ………………………………………………………….35
  19. Instructions Sent on WhatsApp 39

TORs &Organograms of Committees

Core Surveillance Committee

1 Prof Dr Sikander Gondal
2 Prof Dr Ashfaque Raheem
3 Prof Dr Iffat Javaid

TORS of Core Committee

  • Daily Meeting Until Processes are stream lined,
  • After that weekly meeting to discuss and rectify ongoing issues.
  • They will call on meetings of any subcommittee as need based. All committees will be answerable to this committee.
  • Looking after implementation of Covid 19 Guidelines
  • Allocation of funds, Human resource, and other logistics would be undersigned by them.

Surveillance Committee Members

Prof dr Sadia
Prof Dr Maimoona
Prof Dr Naseer
Prof Dr Saleem
Prof Dr Zahid Qamar
Prof Dr Azher
Prof Dr Irfan
Prof dr Asma Gul
Prof Dr Mumtaz
Prof Dr Najam ul Hassan
Prof Dr Saad mateen
Prof Dr Farhat
Dr Fahad Dogar
Dr Khalid

TOR of Surveillance Committee Members

  • Ensure proper screening of all the students and staff members in College.
  • Ensure Social distancing of both students and faculty
  • Wearing of Masks with dates mentioned to ensure used masked are discarded timely.
  • Fine to students for reinforcement.
  • Batch Distribution of respected classes and ensure implementation.
  • Enforced Time schedules of all classes.
  • Design a one-way entry and exit path within Lab.
  • Displaying of stickers /Distance markers for seating plan in class rooms
  • Ensure Availability of Hand sanitizers in respective corridors and classes.
  • Call to pulmonologist for Clinical Evaluation of any suspected case. Shift person to home after proper permission from Core Committee.
  • Ensure wearing of college nametags for both students and Faculty.

Cleanliness Committee

Groud Floor Dr Hafiza Sadia

Dr Ehsaan

1st Floor Prof Dr Saleem

Dr Rumii

Dr Sadiq

2nd Floor Dr Ashraf Chaudhary

Dr Amir Naveed

Dr Rabiya Jameel

Dr Farhan Riaz

TORs of Cleanliness Committee

  • All concerned would be responsible for the cleanliness of the Floors and washrooms of their areas.
  • Availability of washroom soaps/Liquid soaps and sanitizers.
  • Ensure regular disinfection of frequently used surfaces like staircases, door handles and tabletops.
  • Removal of unnecessary, extra furniture and material from pathways.
  • They will share pics of their respective floors on daily bases in the WhatsApp group.
  • They will directly communicate to Core committee for ongoing issues.
  • Will work in alliance with Infection control Committee.

Focal persons


Dr Saadia Sharif (Main focal person)
IN house Focal Persons

Dr Mariyam Masood (Isolation Protocols)

Dr Aisha Sajjad (Medical/Library )

Dr Hira Asgher (Dental)

Dr Dr Naila (Hostel)

Dr Zille Huma (Hospital)

TORs of Focal persons

Formulation of Health guidelines Booklet of institution.

Writing of Meeting minutes and Dispatching of Notices after approval from Core committee.

Ensure to send the ongoing notices, instructions to students as well.

Displaying of Flexes, Posters instructions, Visual reminders etc. throughout college, Hospital, Hostel, after collecting these from respective HODs and approval by Core committee.

Availability of Foot operated Bins with garbage bags.

Will be looking after library SOPs

Will be looking after Hostel SOPs.

Will device the checklist for class room size and capacity

Focal persons will look after and coordinate with the UHS team/ Health Care team.

Their numbers would be given to all concerned for rectifying ongoing issues and for Coordination.



Ensure the implementation of SOPS set by Government of Pakistan regarding el and mess.

Hostel management team

Ensure the following

Communication of the ongoing notices, instructions to students.

Displaying of Flexes, Posters instructions, Visual reminders etc. throughout, Hostel, after collecting these from respective focal personnel and approval by Core committee.

Availability of thermal guns, masks and sanitizers at main entrance

Availability of Foot operated Bins with garbage bags in corridors and washrooms

Availability of sanitizers in corridors

Presence of 2 beds per room separated by 6 feet distance.

Proper ventilation of rooms

Availability of sealed bags to each student for used linen storage,

Usage of separate toiletries by each student, no sharing allowed.

Through cleaning and disinfection of hostel.

Mess management team.

Ensure following

Displaying of Flexes, Posters instructions, Visual reminders etc. throughout the mess and at entrance.

Availability of masks and sanitizers to the workers and students

Periodic evaluation of their staff for COVID symptoms.

Arrangement of tables such that 6 feet distance is maintained.

Deep cleaning and disinfection of utensils and mess.

Covid – 19

(Screening Protocols)

The screening protocols are as follows:

1. Look for symptoms:

Cough, Sore throat, fever, Body ache loss of smell, loss of taste, flu-like symptoms.

2. Identification:

By Clinical Evaluation.

By Checking temperature with gun/device.

3. Ensure:

A. Adequate Wash Facilities.

Support healthy hygiene behaviors by providing adequate supplies, including soap, hand sanitizer with at least 70 percent alcohol content, paper towels, tissues, disinfectant wipes, face masks, cloth face coverings (as feasible) and no-touch/foot-pedal trash cans.

B. Wearing of Face Masks.

Use of face masks should be mandatory and students should be taught about the proper use of masks. Where face masks are not available/feasible teach and reinforce the use of cloth face coverings. Students should be frequently reminded not to touch the face covering and to wash their hands frequently.

C. Social Distancing:

Distance of 6 feet (2m) between seating and open-air classes where feasible and if weather allows (mosquito bites and risk of dengue and malaria needs to be considered).To the extent possible, adhere to social distancing recommendations by adjusting medical college schedules, adding additional shifts, or implementing non-overlapping teams to minimize personnel contact. Identify laboratory tasks and activities that can be performed with reduced or no face-to-face interactions. Create one-directional paths and workflows.

D. Conduct lab Tests.

Students and staff may need a COVID -19 test ,should consult with local health officials.

Testing asymptomatic individuals with recent known or suspected exposure to COVID-19.

Testing individuals with signs and symptoms consistent with COVID-19.

4. Action:

A. Quarantine/Isolation where necessary.

B. In the scenario that there is one COVID 19 positive case identified in a class, a concerned staff is requested to immediately report any suspected case of Covid – 19. Those suspected cases will follow the following protocols.

The class is proposed to be closed for a minimum of 5 days with suggested procedures of disinfection to be done on the premises.

All fellow students and staff members who were part of the same class/came in contact with the identified case(s) are to be self-quarantined for 14 days, while the identified case is to follow home isolation along with their families until the isolation is suggested to be lifted, as per the developed guidelines/SOPs for COVID 19 quarantine and isolation.

Ref: Government of Pakistan ,ministry of national health services, 09 September 2020 Document Code: 36-03 Version: 03


(Protocols when sick)

All person (students/Faculty/Patient) sick with Covid 19 symptoms should be subjected to the following procedure.

  1. Isolate those suspected
  2. Notify to the Isolation Focal Person. Family not to come to the campus.
  3. Shift to Isolation Room
  4. Inform Pulmonologist/ ENT Specialist.
  5. Shift person to home – after proper permission from Principal/Chairman
  6. Clean and disinfect the area
  7. Notify Health officials whole maintaining confidentiality
  8. Inform those who may have had contact to quarantine or be sent home.

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guide Lines Document Code 36-03 Version 03- of 09-09-2020.

(Page: 13 Preparing for “When someone gets sick”)


Evacuation plan if someone gets sick

AIMEC has implemented several strategies to prepare if someone gets sick.

Advise Staff and Families of Sick Students of Home Isolation Criteria.

• Ensure awareness of staff and families know that they should not come to AIMEC , and that they should notify Administration

Students should inform their respective class teacher if they develop any symptom.

  • Teacher/ attendant should Immediately separate staff and students with COVID-19 symptoms (such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath And should take the student directly to the designated isolation room.
  • Ensure Isolation and Transport Those Who are Suspected for SARs-CoV 2 to designated isolation room . and inform guardians immediately.
  • Designated health care provider would receive the suspected patient and immediately check vitals.
  • Designated pulmonologists should be informed immediately for evaluation.

• Individuals who are sick should go home or to a healthcare facility depending on how severe their symptoms.

• AIMEC administrators, nurses, and other healthcare providers have identified isolation room or area to separate anyone who has COVID-19 symptoms or tests positive but does not have symptoms.

healthcare providers should use Standard and Transmission Based Precautions when caring for sick people.

• Call guardians for safe transportation of anyone who is sick to their home or to a healthcare facility.Covid – 19

Important Measures

Important measures to be taken in campus are:

  • MBBS and BDS classes have been divided into three batches taking attendance on alternate days including weekends.
  • Wearing of face mask/covering during the Lectures / Practical / clinical rounds etc. is mandatory.
  • Health log book of all the students and staff will be maintained in the institution.
  • Awareness standards regarding COVID-19 prevention will be displayed at the entrance and outside classrooms.
  • Sufficient stock of face masks, soaps and sanitizers will be maintained in the institution.
  • Masks and sanitizers will be available for the students on payment at the gate/ entrance.
  • Sanitizers will be available at the reception, in each classroom and all departments.
  • Social distancing will be ensured everywhere.
  • Floors will be marked for social distancing outside administration office and at the college entrance.
  • Students will be divided into different groups to maintain social distances.
  • Seats will be allocated/marked for each student, according to their roll numbers and they will not be allowed to change their seats.
  • Roll numbers of students will be written outside each classroom.
  • Sports activities will not be allowed/ prohibited.
  • All surfaces will be cleaned with freshly prepared 1% sodium hypochlorite solution on daily basis.
  • Soaps will be available in all washrooms. Use of towels is not permissible.

Ref: Government of Pakistan ,ministry of national health services, 09 September 2020 Document Code: 36-03 Version: 03

(Covid – 19)

(Class Room Sizes / Capacity)

Following are details of class rooms size and capacity:

Sr Area Size Seating Remarks
1. Auditorium 3150 Sqft 500 AC
2. Lecture hall 1 1950 Sqft 120 AC
3. Lecture hall 2 1950 Sqft 120 AC
4. Lecture hall 3 1950 Sqft 120 AC
5. Lecture hall 4 1950 Sqft 120 AC
6. Lecture hall 5 1950 Sqft 120 AC
7. Lecture hall 6 1950 Sqft 120 AC
8. Lab Physiology 1925 Sqft 50 AC
9. Lab Biochemistry 1710 Sqft 50 AC
10. Lab Pharmacology 1121 Sqft 50 AC
11. Lab Pathology 1930 Sqft 50 AC
12. Dissection hall 1833 Sqft 50 AC

Total Area = 23409 Sqft

Total Seating = 1470



Amna Innayat Medical College, Faryal Dental College, Kishwer fazal Teaching hospital Sciences located at Faizpur interchange sheikhupura are engaged in:

“Classes where students remain 6 feet apart and do not share hybrid model of virtual and in-person teaching sessions or staggered / rotated schedules to accommodate smaller size classes”

Thus, the category applicable is “Moderate Risk”

The Colleges follow strict rules and procedures to ensure compliance of instructions on hand washing Wearing of mask at all times and social distancing.

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guide Lines Document Code 36-03 Version 03- of 09-09-2020.

(Page: 8 and 9 – Guidance Principals – and Risk Categoriza



The Chairman Avicenna Medical College is pleased to appoint Dr Sadia Sharif as Focal Person – Covid-19.

Her contact detailsare: Dr. Sadia Sharif

Tel: 0334 4125971

Pathology Department

Amna Innayat Medical College

All concerned are directed to contact the above Focal Person 24/7 at the above contact.

The Chairman has appointed additional in-house focal persons in College, Library, Hospitals. Hostels, Mess, Canteen etc. Their nomination is aimed at maximum adherence to the Covid -19 protocols. (Page number 11-13 )

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guide Lines Document Code 36-03 Version 03- of 09-09-2020.


Hostel SOPs – Management Team

Hostels will have a Management Team which will consist of the Student incharge and Hostel Committee. This team will evolve mechanisms to ensure.

1. Coordination with administration

2. Have a Hostel Contingency Plan

3. Implementation of Covid-19 Guidelines

4. Use of Masks and Gloves where recommended

5. Hand Sanitizers at Entrances

6. Thermal Gun / Device to monitor temperature.

7. Display of distance markers.

8.Display of precautionary measures at prominent places of hostel.

9.Provision negative COVID report by boarders at the time of reporting Hostel as per HEC guidelines.

10.Provision of travel history during last 14 days should be provided at the time of check in by bringing a signed health declaration form with you.

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guidelines Document Code 36-03 Version 03- of 09-09-2020. (Page: 16and 17 – Hostel Accommodation and Management Team)

Rules to be followed:

1. Social Distancing

2. Bins to be foot operated and bagged.

3. Dispose of leftovers – quickest.

4. Wear Masks in all areas.

5. Consumable toilet items to be available.

6. Keep all dispensers clean.

7. Clean and Disinfect.

a. Clean Frequently and thoroughly

b. Hygiene to be ensured.

c. Have proper ventilation

8. For Bed Rooms

a. Disinfect all Rooms in student absence.

b. Open doors and windows as part of daily ventilation at specified timings.

c. Frequent change of bed linen (once in at least 3 days).

d. Attention to be given to cleaning of walls, floor, mirrors, furniture and decorations.

e. Keep frequently used items sanitized.

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guide Lines Document Code 36-02 Version 02- of 03-09- 2020.

(Page: 16 and 17 Guidance of Hostel Accommodation)

COVID – 19


In Dining Area

1. Keep safe distance between students.

Where possible, it is recommended to have a maximum of 4 persons for 10 square meters. Tables

shall be arranged such that the distance from the back of one chair to the back of another chair shall be

at least 1 m.

2. Hand Sanitizers at the entrance of mess and in Dining Areas.

3.Removal of all decorative items from the table.

3. Use of Single Tray system for food.

4. Use of minimum washable items.

5. Avoid Buffet system.

6. Have organized system of Distribution of food.

7. Order minimum time to be spent in mess Area.

8. Disinfection of sitting areas before and after the students leave the mess.

Guideline for mess staff

  1. Staff should receive necessary training to protect themselves and those they serve from spread of COVID-19
  2. Record of Covid-19 Tests of mess staff should be kept.
  3. Check personal hygiene of Mess and Tuck –shop staff.
  4. All kitchen and service staff will be screened for symptoms on daily basis.
  5. Cafeteria, breakfast, and dining room staff should perform personal hygiene (frequent regular handwashing, cough hygiene) as strictly as possible.
  6. Proper washing and sanitization of utensils should be done. If possible disposable items should be used.

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guide Lines Document Code 36-02 Version 02- of 03-09-

2020. (Page: 16-17- Gen Requirements of Kitchen Cafeteria and Mess)

Covid – 19



1. Ensure only two students in a Room. The Room size is 400 sft – So 200sft per


2.Ensure proper ventilation of the rooms

3. Hand Sanitizers to be available in Room.

4. Adequate Disinfectants availability.

5. Students to make their own beds and not touch other beds.

6. Students to wash linen separately.

7. Store shoes outside Rooms.

8. Protect blankets/Pillows in Wardrobes.

9. Toilets to have foot operated – Bagged waste bin.

10. In Washrooms:

a. Have paper Towel Dispensers.

b. No Mats should be there.

c. Have Hand Sanitizers

d. Have Separate foot wears.

e. Clean Toilets 4 times a day.


Bedroom cleaning requirements

1.Bedrooms must be cleaned and disinfected in safe conditions, avoiding the presence of students.

The hostel will determine a daily time slot for deep-cleaning bedrooms without the presence of students.

2. Provide for daily ventilation and replacement of towels and bed linen (at each student departure and at least once every three days for the same students).

3. Special attention will be given to the following:

  • Cleaning walls, floors, mirrors and windows, furniture, equipment and decorative and functional elements.
  • Cleaning any surface or equipment with a high level of use.

Protocols for Textile cleaning

The following requirements must be enforced:

  1. Dirty or used textiles should be collected, put in a bag and closed until handling at the laundry.
  2. Don’t place used linen on the room or bathroom floor.
  3. Personnel should wash their hands after handling used textiles.
  4. Used textiles must be washed at >60º.

If the laundry service is outsourced, the service provider must be informed of the minimum required temperature.

  1. To avoid cross-contamination, place clean linens only after the room has been cleaned and disinfected.
  2. Used laundry must be bagged before being placed for cleaning.

Isolation and Quarantine Areas/Rooms

A separate area/room for students who are suspected of COVID should be marked which should

ensure that these students must not come in contact with general category till their test results are

received or health authorities allow them to return

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guidelines Document Code 36-02 Version 02- of 03-09-2020. (Page: 17,18,19 Rooms SOPS and Public Areas)


(Environments –Surrounding, Transportation)

It is important that the environments should be healthy so as to avoid Covid – 19.

For this all concerned should.

1. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces (e.g., Staircases , door handles, sink

handles, drinking fountains)

2. Clean and disinfect transport used for students and faculty regularly. Keep windows of the College vans open for proper ventilation.

3. Have a schedule for increased routine cleaning and disinfection at every 4-6-hour intervals.

4.Use of shared objects should be limited where possible or cleaned between use.

5. Use non-toxic disinfectants and all Cleaning products should be stored away from reach of any student and staff should ensure that there is adequate ventilation when using these products to prevent students or themselves from inhaling toxic fumes . Incase of accident rinse thoroughly.

6. Ensure good ventilation – Keeping doors/windows open periodically to increase circulation of outdoor air as much as possible, for example by opening windows and doors.

7. Do no use Gate Tunnels.

8. Bring water from own water source or bottled water .

9. Maintain 6 feet distance for social distancing.

10. Face in same direction while seated-so that you don’t breath towards other face.

11. Follow Canteen / Mess SOPs

12.Use Maximum disposable crockery

13.Dishes to be washed with dishwashing liquid

14.Enforce proper waste disposal

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guide Lines. (Page: 18 Hostel Public Area)

Covid-19 (State of Toilets)

Sr no Location Number Of Toilets No. Of Wash Basins
1 Medical and dental College

For students

27 18
2 Medical and dental College

For staff

3 Girls hostel 25

( + 25 showers)

4 Washrooms with senior faculty offices 30 30


A. Toilets in college 64

B. Basins (in washrooms only) 18

C. Soaps available in all washrooms and washroom clusters

B. De-Sanitizers available in all areas, washroom and washroom clusters

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guide Lines. (Page: 18- Toilets and showers.)

Covid – 19

Library and computer lab Instruction /Protocols

A. Library

  1. Library has been opened after proper disinfection.
  2. The following are being ensured.

a. Library hours from Monday-Friday in 2 batches

10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm

1pm-2pm break with regular and extra cleaning of high traffic areas

b. Clean frequently touched surfaces every 4 hrs.

c. Use the following qears to clean library.

1) Gloves

(2) Masks

(3) Disinfecting Wipes

(4) Disinfecting Liquid.

(5) Hand Sanitizer

(6) Computer key Board Cover.

d. Not more than 30 students will use Library at any time (Capacity 130 – but only 30 will use) maintaining 6 distance.

(1) Use face mask at all times.

(2) Ensure use of Hand Sanitizers.

(3) Not more than 2 students per desk with minimum 6 feet distance between them.

(4) Use Blue tape for route for checking out.

(5) Have one way arrows for stack space.

(6) Following care to be exercised in the issuing/receiving books.

a) Wear Gloves

b) Keep gloves ‘ON’ when handling books.

c) Gloves to be taken off and disposed properly after handling of books and have hands thoroughly washed.

Gloves should remain on when bringing books back into the building and placing them in books quarantine room/area which may be set up in a separate corner.

d) After 48 hours the returned items can be checked in and re-shelved. and wash hands thoroughly.

e) Copier/fax/Computer to be sanitized after use.

Computer Section:

a. To be opened at specified timing only i.e 10:00am ____ 1: 00pm.

b. Computers terminals to be occupied ensuring safe distancing. Not more than 20 students at a time. (There are —–54—– computers)

c. Use duration to be limited to one hour per student.

d. Keep key boards under cover for easy disinfection after every individual ‘s use.

Ref: Min of NHSR&C Guide Lines Document. (Page: 20, and 21 – Library and Computer Rooms)



The timetables of all the classes of AIMEC has been updated and formed into the batches, not more than 15 to 20 students in each batch considering the size of the Lab and the need for social distancing. Batches from each class have to attend to Lab work for practicals or other lessons according to their timetables. The training schedule already caters for shifts and staggered attendance.

All labs in the Medical and Dental College and Clinical Lab shall ensure the adherence to the following protocols/instructions.

General guidelines:

  1. Wearing of facemask is mandatory to enter and during stay inside the laboratory.
  2. Devise ways to avoid face to face inter-action with personnel who are not a part of the student/faculty body.
  3. All laboratories should perform site and activity-specific risk assessments to determine the safety measures to implement.
  4. Create path-way by designing one-way paths for staff and students to walk through the laboratory space.
  5. Analyze the number of students that the laboratory space and available equipment can safely accommodate, while removing extra furniture to allow maintaining social distancing of 6 feet.
  6. The Frequently used equipment and places for example, workbenches, computer keyboards, mouse and desks, etc. should be sanitized after every use.
  7. All labs should display red tapes, visual reminders, posters elaborating the need for hand masking, sanitizing and social distancing.

Personal Hygiene and Disinfection

  • High-touch locations and equipment (door handles, stools etc) should be disinfected frequently.
  • Hands should be washed regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • An alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least70% alcohol content can be used when soap and water are not available.
  • Rapid Assessment of Educational Facilities Basic Information

Type of educational institute: Medical College


  • , private sector,


  • Punjab Sheikhupura Address
  • Amna Innayat Medical Colege
  • Faryal Dental College
  • Kishwer Fazal teaching Hospital
  • established since:
  • 2010


Density of children per classroom area

Total number of children/students
Total number of classrooms
Average sq2 size of a classroom (sq2)
Possibility of seating area, furniture/seating placement in classrooms (YES/NO)
Possibility of floor markings in hallways, open spaces, stairwells etc. to identify positional spacing between students (YES/NO)


Does all classrooms have windows for cross ventilation (at least 2 windows that can be opened) (YES/NO)
A/C system (YES/NO)

Possibility of open-air classes

Total outdoor area that can be used for teaching (sq/ft)

Possibility of meaningful remote learning

Adequate Internet access in the institution (YES/NO)
Catchment area of educational institute have adequate internet access (YES/NO)
More than 50% of children/students have internet access at homes, through mobile phone, local service providers or other means (YES/NO)

Toilet and hand washing:


Total number of latrines in school
Running water in all toilets (YES/NO)

Hand washing place

Total number of hands washing points in school
Number of handwashing points where soap is available
Number of handwashing points where enough running water is available
Number of handwashing points accessible to class 1 & 2 students

The Checklist will be completed by the district administration authorities in liaison the Education department.

Academic Instructions

For MBBS and BDS classes – Session 2020-21


The Covid-19 pandemic has disturbed the entire system of Medical Education in all Medical Colleges Institutions. The necessity to ensure that students do not suffer and parental funding is not wasted, was felt by the college as soon as the instructions for the closure of all campuses had been issued at the national level as a control measure to stop the spread of Covid-19.

Online Classes and assessments

AIMEC for uninterrupted dental education started of online classes on 20-3-20 and for this purpose investment was made in the purchase of the dedicated servers of Zoom Video Conferencing Software. Online classes / lectures / quizzes / tests have been successfully conducted. The students have been put through tests and assessments have been made to enable the College to take valid decisions in the reference or otherwise of students for their Annual Prof Exams entirely as per the UHS Policy on the subject.


All students are hereby warned in no uncertain terms that, the College shall apply the assessment standards before referring any student for the Annual Prof Exam. It is in the larger interest of the students to improve their assessment so as to qualify for the examination. Note: These are extraordinary circumstances requiring extraordinary input both from the Faculty as well as the students to ensure that valuable year is not wasted.

Assessment :-

Assessment schedules are being formulated and sent to all students for the sake of transparency. Students can calculate their own assessment and find out for themselves whether they qualify or otherwise for the Annual Prof Exam.

Current Situation. For first year BDS , classes are being conducted on regular basis from 30- sept 2020 along with class tests, term tests and sendups., all the Grand Tests would have been held and the College will now schedule further Medical Education Programs to prepare the students for the Annual Prof


With the examinations being scheduled for the First Year on 21 st of January, 2021, all necessities in Medical Education need to culminate by the end of November. In these two and half months, the Faculty and the Students will have to work extra time to achieve a desired level of knowledge. For this purpose no student will be allowed to avail any leave .

The course coordinators have been instructed to schedule a revision program which all the students are required to take it seriously as these are going to be counted towards assessment. Necessary examinations on each of the subjects of Anatomy, Physiology , oral biology and Biochemistry will be held starting upon your arrival at the campus.

Special Instructions

All students are required to bring a dedicated laptop. Students should also bring sufficient quantity of disposable masks and hand sanitizers for use at the campus. The College shall conduct all classes while respecting social distancing.

COVID-19 SOPs Training

The students are required to follow the campus and UHS SOPs once they arrive on campus. These include wearing a mask at all times. Each student is required to have their sanitizers with them. For the purpose of safety and health, the students are required to follow social distancing at all times.

The campus has devised an instruction plan for lectures and tutorials for all students as per the protocols directed by Ministry of NHSR&C. The plan shall be as follows

a. Each lecture will have a minimum number students at any time.

b. The labs and tutorials are going to run in batches.

c. Tests and Examinations will be held in either open spaces or in Lecture halls with social distancing.

d. The timetable and schedules are developed for batches. This is to ensure that on any given day, the number of maximum number of students are reduced on campus.

e. Upon arrival on campus, all students are requested to settle in their rooms. There will be special cleaning and disinfecting facilities available, if any student wants to avail these for disinfecting their rooms.

f. The café and Mess shall operate on normal schedules but students will be given two breaks so that at any time, the number of students in the café or mess are at a minimum.

Even under this schedule, you are requested to follow all SOPs of COVID19 and maintain social distancing.

At any time that you or your fellow students feel any symptoms, please report immediately to the following :

-Dr . Saadia Sharif 03344125971

-1st year Course coordinators and HODs

We welcome you all back on campus and look forward to assisting you.


Amina Inayat Medical and Educational Complex

Ref. No.FDC/PRINCIPAL/2020 DATED: 07-10-2020


All the HODs and faculty members and departmental in charges are directed to attend faculty meeting today .

Agenda:- Implementation of SOPs as per NHSR&C guidelines

Date:- 07-10-2020

Time:- 10.30 am

Venue :-conference hall


Amina Inayat Medical Educational

Copy to:

  • Concerned Head of Departments
  • Faculty members
  • Office File


Minutes of meeting

Agenda:- Implementation of SOPs as per NHSR&C guidelines

Date:- 07-10-2020

Time:- 10.30 am

Venue :-conference hall .


HODs AMIC and FDC all Clinical and basic sciences

Faculty members and all demonstrators AIMC and FDC

Proceedings: –

Minutes of previous meeting were approved. Meeting started with principal emphasizing on the importance of maintenance of implementation of sops as per government of Pakistan guidelines.. It is mandatory for all faculty, staff members and students to follow rules and regulations defined by NHSR&C.

Following points were also discussed during the meeting.

  • .Sops should be displayed throughout the institute.
  • Thermal scanning should be mandatory.
  • Core committee , surveliance committee and focal persons list and organograms along with their TORs were discussed.
  • Cleanliness committee with evaluate institutes cleanliness every 3-4hours
  • all sops should be displayed in labs and clinical departments.
  • AIMEC covid manual should be prepared
  • Instructions should be shared with all stake holders.
  • Evacuation plan should be defined.
  • Covid SOPs implementation plan should be mentioned in the manual.
  • Lecture halls seats should be marked.
  • Availability of sanitizers should be ensured.
  • Students should wear masks within the institutes premises and they should carry sanitizers.
  • Masks should be labeled to dispose off timely
  • No more than 20 students should be present in lab at a time.
  • 6 feet distant seating arrangement should be ensured.
  • Hostel wardens should be informed regarding all SOPs.
  • Library , computer labs and mess should display all sops and adhere strictly to them.

Faculty was directed to follow the above to prevent spread of Covid in the institute.. Principal FDC and Dr sikander Gondal reassured all the faculty members to provide them with all the required resources .



Chairman AIMEC


HODs Faryal dental college

All Faculty members

Library incharge

Hostel incharge

Mess incharge.

It department.

Principal Principal

Amna Innayat Medical College. Faryal Dental College


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