MINGORA: To advance perusing propensity among understudies, a two-day books display was held at Saidu Sharif Medical College here on Thursday.
A huge number of books on different subjects running from writing to therapeutic science were shown at the slows down where understudies were offered rebate.
Ayesha Khan, a fourth year understudy of the school, said that she was cheerful to see books on a scope of subjects. "The best thing about the expo is that books are accessible on 50 for every penny markdown," she told Dawn.
Ikramullah Wazir, another understudy, said that separated from books, restorative hardware were additionally accessible on rebate costs. "This is a decent open door for us to have books and restorative hardware," he said.
The understudies additionally said that books of restorative studies were difficult to discover all over the place and they needed to follow them to the huge urban communities. In any case, medicinal books were effortlessly accessible in the expo which made their work simple.
"We discovered distinctive books on rebate costs, as well as discovered some uncommon books here," said Dr Hina.
Prof Naeem Khan said that the books show was held each year in the school to draw in understudies towards book perusing.