Faculty of Paramedical and Allied Health Sciences,
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan

The Statuary Regulatory Authority for Education, Examination &
Affiliation of Allied Health Professionals and Institutes


Updates Published Date:"2017-02-20
Registration of Fresh Candidates
Registration of Fresh Candidates Last Date 10.03.2017. And March 11, 2017 to March 17, 2017 Late Fee , March 18, 2017 to March 24,2017 Double Fee. Read More

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Mr. Abid Majeed
Secretary Health
Govt of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Peshawar
Chairman BoG FPMA

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa - Faculty of Paramedical & Allied Health Sciences (FPMA) Act, 2016 enactment is a watershed event in history of the Faculty, hitherto working under the outdated Medical Degrees Act, 1916.Read More


Dr. Muhammad Javaid Khan
Chief Executive Officer

Faculty of Paramedical & Allied Health Sciences (FPMA) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is the sole statutory regulatory authority established under "Faculty of Paramedical& Allied Health Sciences Act, 2016"as a body corporate. It oversees 83 affiliated Institutes across the province and manages examination of 22,000 + student twice a year in 21 technologies each with its own distinctive requirement.Read More


MISSION
To safeguard public interest; FPMA's mission is to ensure quality and standards of Paramedical and Allied Health Sciences' education in line with local/ global demand and organizing examination for fair assessment of the students.

VISION
To act as an oversight regulatory authority for Paramedical and Allied Health Sciences Institutions' education and training standards for producing quality and highly skilled human resource in demanded technologies in sync with emerging landscape of planetary health.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
All concerned are hereby informed in their own interest viz the following:
EXAMINATION AND RESULTS: Paper Preparation, marking & checking is done by competent and honest professional staff and senior teaching faculty of medical colleges. The marks awarded are computerized, while objective type MCQs (about 50% of marks) are marked by automated Optical Marks Reader (OMR) mechanism.
CHANGE OF TECHNOLOGY: Technology to students is registered online by the respective Institute/s and once allotted Technology cannot be changed.
Therefore approaching FPMA or bringing influence is useless effort; wasting your own, Institutes' and faculty's staff valuable time. Your cooperation in this regard would be highly appreciated.