Students Advisory Center


DYIMS Institute was affiliated with Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST), Sudan and Al-Zaiem Al-Azhari University, Khartoum, Sudan. The degree programmes offered were B.Sc & M.Sc Ultrasound. Then DYIMS also started M. Phil & PhD programmes in Ultrasound in collaboration with LUDES University in Lugano, Switzerland.


The research scholars in the fields of Sonography & Radiology from internationally acclaimed universities and institutes like Kings College London, UK, Imperial College London, UK, Nigerian Radiology Board, Nigeria had been working with DYIMS Institute for research purposes.


DYIMS is attached to two reputable hospitals and affiliated with a Government University where students can go for clinical rotations and practice. They can interact with patients and can have good exposure in these hospitals. AAI is proud to have trained 12000 + Radiologists and Sonographers from 22 countries of Asia & Africa.


This Allied Health Sciences College is founded in Layyah by Dr. Muhammad Yahya in 2021. He was the First Consultant Surgeon in Layyah. While practicing in South Punjab he perceived that there is a dearth of qualified allied health professionals in the region. The contributing factor behind this scarcity of skilled professionals was the meager education resources.


Students were not conversant with the fact that there are multiple disciplines except MBBS through which they can render services to humanity. Thus, the need of the hour was to modify the deep-rooted perception. The manifesto of DYIMS is to edify students and turn them into adept professionals who can gracefully compete with the world’s challenges.


Professor Dr. Zafar Ali Chaudhry, VC Faisalabad Medical University laid the groundwork for an Allied Health Sciences College in 2019. The construction of the institute commenced in 2019 in the hub of Layyah. In no time the building blossomed into a phenomenal institute. The bottom rock manifesto of the institute was to provide quality education to the students.