Sunday, December 4, 2016

Rs895.7m budget approved for UHS

LAHORE - The University of Health Sciences' Board of Governors has endorsed Rs895.7 million spending plan for the money related year 2016-17.

The 36th meeting of UHS board was held yesterday with Federal Finance Minister Senator Ishaq Dar in the seat. Board individuals Prof Malik Hussain Mubbashar, Zarine Aziz, Vice Chancellor Maj Gen (r) Prof Muhammad Aslam and delegates of commonplace wellbeing and fund offices went to the meeting.

Prof Muhammad Aslam advised the leading group of the advance of the UHS amid a year ago with uncommon concentrate on Kala Shah Kaku Campus.

The board was likewise notified that the college had kept up its position in Higher Education Commission's Ranking 2015 and was among the 'Main 10' colleges of Pakistan.

UHS VC said that the college had been given a lead part in advanced education Medium Term Development Framework (MTDF) III as to limit working in Dental, Nursing and Allied Health Sciences.

The seat asked the powers to keep up the most elevated principles so that this essential field of prescription and wellbeing could enhance benefit conveyance and give better and reasonable therapeutic offices to the basic man.

The fund serve assist said that in spite of the fact that legislature was concentrating fundamentally on 'Three Es' (economy, vitality and radicalism), it has expanded the budgetary assignment for wellbeing and training.

As per spending gauges, Rs41.5 million has been reserved for research purposes. Out of it, Rs15 million has been apportioned for the concede of grant, Rs5 million for buy of chemicals, reagents, dishes and concentrated packs, and Rs21 million has been designated for lab gear and apparatus. A measure of Rs0.5 million will be spent on research studies and exploratory operations.

An entirety of Rs88.785 million has been designated for working costs that incorporates utilities (Rs15.3 million), interchanges (Rs8.03 million), travel and transportation (Rs11.155 million) and general costs (Rs53.7 million).

A measure of Rs203.439 million has been held for worker related costs. The board endorsed 10 for each penny impromptu alleviation recompense for the representatives.

A measure of Rs454.62 million will be spent on improvement exercises which incorporate common works at Kala Shah Kaku Campus (Rs415 million), buy of apparatus (Rs21.00 million), and furniture and installation (Rs8 million).

The UHS will burn through Rs104 million on the lead of examinations and Rs1.5 million on proceeded with expert improvement of the medicinal workforce. A total of Rs1 million has been apportioned for global linkages and Rs1 million for the presentation of new scholarly projects amid the year 2016-17.

To begin with MERIT LIST ON DEC 1

The University of Health Sciences will issue first legitimacy list for admission to private restorative/dental schools on December 1, Secretary Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Najam Ahmed Shah said while tending to a question and answer session at UHS yesterday.

The secretary said the administration would actualize Pakistan Medical and Dental Council's arrangement with respect to admission to private restorative/dental schools on open legitimacy. Illustrative of PMDC Dr Amir Bandesha and Pro-Vice Chancellor UHS Prof Junaid Sarfraz Khan were additionally present.

The Provincial Admission Committee would hint Pakistan Medical and Dental Council with respect to infringement of principles and directions by couple of private restorative/dental schools and suggest essential activity. PAC talked about usage on PMDC affirmation arrangement of 2016. The panel denounced the private organizations deceiving understudies and guardians and straightforwardly disregarding the legitimacy strategy.

It has asked the guardians and understudies to approach UHS, Nishter Medical College Multan and Rawalpindi Medical College for submitting confirmation shapes and no private restorative/dental school. These confirmation structures can be downloaded from site of UHS.

Najam Ahmed Shah said the Lahore High Court has issued a break arrange on eleventh November, which was revised by the Court on November 18. The LHC illuminated that the request would be pertinent just on such understudies who had showed up in SAT-II.

As such, 6544 understudies have connected for affirmation in private medicinal/dental schools, Prof Junaid Sarfraz Khan educated, including that the date of submitting confirmation shapes has been reached out to November 22 to encourage such understudies who need to apply for the confirmation.

Dr Amir Bandesha educated that 146th meeting of PMDC Council hung on November 19 valued the legislature for actualizing the confirmation strategy. He said the PMDC has educated all the restorative colleges/schools that no confirmation against the legitimacy strategy would be worthy and UHS and PMDC would not enlist such affirmations.