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  • ‘50,000 youths to get internship’

    HYDERABAD: Around 50,000 youths would be given internship opportunities in each province under a prime minister’s youth training scheme...

    He informed them that the federal government was planning a scheme for the encouragement of educated youth of the country under which they would be offered internship for one year in public and private sectors...

  • Senate offers internship to students

    ISLAMABAD: The upper house of the parliament on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with eight federal universities, offering internship to their students...

    The Senate chairman while terming the event as milestone, said during their internship period students would not only have a chance to interact with lawmakers but see legislation as well...

  • Graves, hospitals ready in Karachi, in case heat wave hits again

    "Thanks to God, we are better prepared this year," said Baloch, 28, who works with three brothers at the vast Karachi cemetery run by Edhi Foundation...

    When the heat wave struck in the summer of 2015, hospitals, morgues and graveyards in the city of 20 million people were overwhelmed, and drug addicts, day labourers and the elderly were the biggest victims of the searing heat...

  • Centre notifies takeover of three Karachi hospitals citing Jan 1 SC judgement

    KARACHI: The Federal Ministry of National Health Services on Thursday notified that the three major hospitals in Karachi had been returned to the Centre as indicated in a Supreme Court judgement...

    A notification has been issued by the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination, which says that in pursuance of the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s judgement dated Jan 1, 2019 in pleas and on “having been approved by...

  • New system improves attendance of staff at hospitals

    PESHAWAR: The attendance of doctors and other staff has improved at the teaching hospitals after launching of biometric machines some three weeks ago, according to sources...

    The health department has made it obligatory for the teaching staff to record the attendance through the system, recently installed at the teaching hospitals of the province...

  • ‘Shaukat Khanum model’ to be replicated in KP hospitals: Imran

    PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said the system under which the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Lahore, is being run will be replicated in government-run hospitals and clinics in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa...

    Mr Khan said the KP government wanted to turn hospitals into institutions that were based on what he called “the Shaukat Khanum model”...

  • Relief in utility bills for charity hospitals sought

    TAXILA: Pakistan Academy of Family Physicians has urged the federal government to apply domestic tariff on the utility services being provided to the charity hospitals...

    The present government should apply same formula for free dispensaries, charity hospitals and health intuitions...

  • ‘Only four govt hospitals among the top 20 in the country’

    ISLAMABAD: According to the ‘Ranking Web of World Hospitals’, only four government-run hospitals are among the top 20 in the country, while the best public sector hospital in Pakistan ranks 5,911 in the world...

    Although the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) has topped the list of public sector hospitals in the country, it is in seventh position in the overall list of Pakistan’s hospitals...

  • KP govt faces resistance regulating private hospitals

    PESHAWAR: The government is facing resistance to put its plan of regulating the working private hospitals and clinics in line with the new law aimed at categorising these facilities on the basis of which they could charge the patients...

    “The privately-run hospitals, clinics, laboratories and other diagnostic centres that are required to follow prescribed rules under the recently-implemented Healthcare Commission Act, 2015 are not...

  • Govt facing resistance in regulating private hospitals

    PESHAWAR: The government is facing resistance to put its plan of regulating the working private hospitals and clinics in line with the new law aimed at categorising these facilities on the basis of which they could charge the patients...

    “The privately-run hospitals, clinics, laboratories and other diagnostic centres that are required to follow prescribed rules under the recently-implemented Healthcare Commission Act, 2015 are not...

  • Recruitment of Muslim sweepers affects cleanliness at KP hospitals

    PESHAWAR: The appointment of Muslims as sweepers on political basis has been badly affecting cleanliness at the public sector hospitals of the province as most of them think it against their status to brush latrines, according to sources...

    They said that cleanliness situation was better in the hospitals where Christians were recruited as sweepers because they had been doing the job since migration of their forefathers from Punjab...

  • Four hospitals getting unchlorinated water

    KARACHI: The focal group, which collects water samples and tests them for chlorination, on Wednesday found water supplied to four major hospitals of the city with no chlorine at all, leaving everyone there shuddered to know that how badly they were exposed to the deadly ‘brain-eating’ amoeba...

    Officials in the focal group said their teams equipped with on-the-spot collection and testing of water samples had visited the Jinnah...

  • Allied, DHQ hospitals’ doctors to work at general hospital

    FAISALABAD: Under a stopgap arrangement, doctors of different specialties, attached with Allied and DHQ hospitals, will render their services at the outpatient department (OPD) of General Hospital, Ghulam Muhammadabad...

    Dr Tirmazi, who is also the chief executive officer of the PMC, Allied, DHQ hospitals, said Dr Aamir Shaukat had been appointed as the chief coordinator for specialist services at the General Hospital to keep a...

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