The Northwest College of Nursing AHL recently organized a comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology model exhibition for first-semester Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) students. Various student groups demonstrated their proficiency by presenting distinct models, showcasing innovative concepts through meticulously designed charts, posters, and self-constructed human systems models within dedicated galleries.
Distinguished by the presence of Dr. Zia-Ur-Rehman, Chief Executive Officer of Northwest General Hospital, as the esteemed guest of honor, the event witnessed his thorough exploration of the galleries, expressing notable interest in the showcased models. Dr. Zia-Ur-Rehman commended the students for their exemplary work, recognizing and applauding their creativity.
Addressing the audience, Mr. Barkatullah, Principal of Northwest College of Nursing, underscored the significance of the exhibition. He emphasized its pivotal role in equipping students with practical and creative knowledge, positioning it as a mindful activity geared towards transforming traditional teaching-learning practices. The event serves as a platform to cultivate self-directed learning, wherein students actively engage as equal partners in the teaching-learning process.This exhibition represents a noteworthy initiative aligning with the institution’s commitment to fostering a progressive and collaborative learning environment, marked by innovation and excellence.