syllabus for paramedical students is being modernised

LAHORE:22 august: Postgraduate Medical Institute Principal Prof Ghias-un-Nabi Tayyab has said that syllabus for paramedical students is being modernised and capable professional teachers are being provided so that latest techniques may be adopted. According to a press release issued here on Monday, Prof Ghias-un-Nabi Tayyab, while addressing the Independence Day cake cutting ceremony held at School of Allied Health Sciences LGH, said new generation should be given technical know-how and viz-a-viz preparing them as a responsible citizen which would help them in performing their professional duties as well. He asked the Principal of the school Dr Waqas Warraich to monitor discipline and other activities of the institution to ensure high quality of training there. Principal PGMI said that students of this institution have recognition at national and international level capable students can prove themselves an asset for the country. Medical Superintendent LGH Dr Ghulam Sabir, faculty members, students and employees attended the ceremony. Other speakers also highlighted the sacrifices of independence movement and affirmed their commitment to work day and night for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan.The news.

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