Dr. Abdullah Bin Sana ullah, Dr. Faisal Iqbal, Dr. Reema Aijaz
Introduction: This research is objected to explore about current practices of inclusive education in Pakistan. In every society medical students are soundless but noticeable participants. In accordance with country policies and implementations, medical students face many barriers to getting education. It is having much importance to craft such study environment that meets the requirements of medical students also. Methodology: A descriptive investigation design was employed for this education in order to investigate regular medical teacher knowledge concerning inclusive medical education practices in the medical college in Lahore setting. Data from the participants was gathered in one point in time. The selected population for this study is government medical college of Lahore, Punjab. The population of medical college from respected area has been drawn from data of University of Health Sciences Lahore. From University of Health Sciences Lahore data bank total population of medical colleges 6 medical college. By applying simple random sampling, 10 samples of 10 medical teachers in each sample has been taken. The sample size for this study has been objected as 100 medical teachers out of total population. Results: SPSS regression analysis of 100 recorded responses have been run and the results of test showed that there is 90 percent change effect of independent variable on dependent variable. The significance level has been reported as .000 highly significant of study variables in this study. In regression analysis ‘t’ value is significantly higher than 2 with F value 292.82 showing the results of model fit. This association of independent variable ‘medical teacher’s knowledge’ and dependent variable ‘Inclusive medical education’ representing by recorded responses are highly associated in Pakistani perspective of this study.