Thursday, December 29, 2016

Two medical varsities to be set up in Punjab

LAHORE, Punjab Minister for Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Khawaja Salman Rafique has said with a view to advancing medicinal instruction and giving better chances of training to the adolescent, new therapeutic colleges would be set up in Rawalpindi and Multan areas. He said it has been chosen to build up two therapeutic colleges.

He expressed this while leading a meeting to audit the possibility of foundation of restorative colleges in the territory, as indicated by a gift on Monday. In addition, Secretary Specialized Healthcare and Medical Education Najam Shah, Vice Chancellor King Edward Medical University Prof Faisal Masood, Pro Vice Chancellor University of Health Sciences Prof. Junaid Sarfraz Khan, Principal Rawalpindi Medical College Prof Muhammad Umar, Principal Nishtar Medical College Prof Kamran Saliq, Registrar Fatima Jinnah Medical University and specialist Prof Muhammad Awais and the officers of the office went to the meeting.

It was educated that various colleges have been built up in various nations in the district including India and Bangladesh yet Punjab region has just two therapeutic colleges in spite of a major populace of 120 million.

Secretary Health Najam Shah said that nature of restorative training would not be contained and Inter-Universities Board would be set up to guarantee quality instruction. The meeting was educated that Rawalpindi Medical College and Nishtar Medical College would be the constituent schools of the proposed colleges individually.

The clergyman said decentralization of forces is the need of great importance and enabling of individuals is fundamental to run the framework easily. He said by setting up new colleges in the two finishes of the region would give sufficient chances to the neighborhood youth for getting therapeutic instruction at their doorstep as opposed to running toward Lahore or whatever other enormous city.