Medical College in Lahore

Pakistan Dental Council officially announced schedule for NEB exam

LAHORE:April 17:The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PM&DC) has officially announced the schedule for NEB examination for the year 2018. The plan which was announced for the first time in the PM&DC history aimed at facilitating foreign graduates in order to save their precious time. The PM&DC NEB examination will be held under the supervision of National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS).

Woman reportedly dies of dengue at JPMC

Lahore: 05 April:An elderly woman died on Wednesday reportedly due to dengue fever and related complications at the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) on Wednesday. This is the first dengue-related death reported this year, however, doctors were also quick to point out that dengue was not the only health issue the deceased was dealing with. The elderly woman, identified as Akraman Mai, a resident of Surjani Town, was taken to JPMC with complaints of multiple ailments, including fever, a few days back. Subsequent medical tests revealed that she was also suffering from dengue fever.

PMGI called students to participate in co-curricular activities for better physical

LAHORE: 05 April: Post Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) Principal Prof Dr Ghias-un-Nabi Tayyab called upon the students to participate in co-curricular activities for better physical and mental growth. He was addressing the concluding ceremony of three-day All Pakistan Parliamentary Debating Championship ‘Damer-18’. Competition’s Management Committee Chairman Prof Dr Farooq Afzal was also present on the occasion.

Fatima Jinnah Medical University announced result of MBBS Annual Exam

Lahore:01 April:Fatima Jinnah Medical University (FJMU) has been announced.result of MBBS Annual Exam. According to a press release issued here on Saturday, student Wajiha Ahmad, daughter of Riaz Ahmad, got first position with 1,440 marks and Ammara Akram, d/o Muhammad Akram, got second position with 1396 marks and Amama Javed, d/o Javed Muhammad, got third position with 1,395 in the exam. The pass percentage remained 92. The result is also available on the FJMU website.The news.

First convocation of MBBS graduates of Fatima Jinnah Medical University

LAHORE:21 March:The first convocation of the MBBS graduates of Fatima Jinnah Medical University was held in FJMU Auditorium on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Punjab Governor Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana, as chief guest of the convocation. Khawaja Muhammad Salman Rafique, Minister Specialised Health Care & Medical Education Punjab, Prof Dr Nazimuddin, Chairman Punjab Higher Education Commission and Dr Nazir Ahmed, Director General Higher Education Commission Pakistan were the guests of honour.

The vice principal of Red Crescent Medical college, Lahore arrested

Lahore:10 March:The vice principal of Red Crescent Medical college, Lahore was arrested during the visit of Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar on account of having charged excess fees. Vice Principal Justice Nisar met the students on Friday at the college located in Phool Nagar, Express News reported. They conveyed how the administration had taken millions of rupees from them as fees besides other charges as donation.

Fatima Jinnah Medical University announced MBBS result

LAHORE :27 January: Fatima Jinnah Medical University (FJMU) announced the result of 3rd Professional MBBS Annual Examination 2017. According to details, Mahrukh Afzal and Natasha Irfan each got 768 marks and secured first position. Asma Wahid, Maaza Javed and Maryam Saleem Raza each got 761 marks and secured second position. Ayesha Zafar got third position with 751.The news.

PMDC computerisation starts

LAHORE:January 21:The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) has started the process of implementing digitalisation system for its better functioning. Ad hoc Council of PMDC Chairman Justice Mian Shakirullah Jan (retd) chaired a meeting at PMDC office on Saturday to improve and revamp the IT system of the office and to implement digitalisation system to speed up the working and to move towards paperless environment, said a press release issued here.

Post Graduate Medical Institute get modern training to young doctors

Lahore:13 December: The Post Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) Principal Prof Dr Ghias-un-Nabi Tayyab called upon young doctors to get modern training in all medical fields and keep their knowledge up-to-date. He was addressing the 4th “Intensive Review Course for Orthopedic Department” on Tuesday here at Lahore General Hospital (LGH). Under training doctors of FCPS and MS across the country attended the event.

Protest against high fee, low quality of education

Lahore:December 11:In connection with Human Rights Day-2017, a large number of parents and civil society members organised a demonstration against fee-hike and declining quality of education by private schools on Sunday. Chanting slogans and carrying placards at the demo, organised by the Parents Action Committee (PAC) and Civil Society Network at Liberty roundabout, the demonstrators, including schoolchildren expressed strong concerns over ‘high-handedness’ of private schools and termed the same a ‘mafia’ fleecing people in the name of education.

PMDC starts action against colleges over admission policy

LAHORE:November 28: Pakistan Medical and Dental Council and Ministry of Health (NHRS&C) have started taking action against the colleges, which are not following the centralised admission policy 2016. According to a press release issued here Monday, PM&DC President, in a statement, said that all colleges have to submit their student registration lists before 31st of March, 2018, for the session 2017 -2018 to Pakistan Medical and Dental Council after completing the admissions as per centralised admission policy 2016; otherwise, students shall not be registered with PM&DC.

PMDC starts action against colleges over admission policy

LAHORE:November 28: Pakistan Medical and Dental Council and Ministry of Health (NHRS&C) have started taking action against the colleges, which are not following the centralised admission policy 2016. According to a press release issued here Monday, PM&DC President, in a statement, said that all colleges have to submit their student registration lists before 31st of March, 2018, for the session 2017 -2018 to Pakistan Medical and Dental Council after completing the admissions as per centralised admission policy 2016; otherwise, students shall not be registered with PM&DC.

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