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    Merit List Of Mbbs In University Lahore

  • MBBS student found dead in hostel room at Jamshoro medical university

    A third-year MBBS student was found shot dead in his hostel room at the Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS) in Sindh's Jamshoro district, officials said on Thursday...

    The body of the 20-year-old student was found with a gunshot wound on his temple and a pistol in his right hand; it was subsequently shifted to Liaquat University Hospital's city branch for a post-mortem examination...

  • New PMDC policy envisages centralised test and merit list

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) on Wednesday formulated a policy to introduce a centralised test and merit list for admissions to medical and dental colleges in the country...

    It was also decided that this year the centralised list would be introduced only for private colleges and from the next year a collective test would be held for all the public sector and private medical colleges...

  • A-level students ineligible for admissions to MBBS, BDS

    LAHORE: A-level students planning a career in medicine suffered a major blow to their future as the new regulations of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) have declared them ineligible for admissions to MBBS/BDS programmes at public and private medical and dental colleges of the country on foreign quota...

    New PMDC law bars such students from applying on foreign quotaHe said earlier the students with A level qualifications were...

  • Curriculum for patient-centric MBBS programme

    LAHORE: The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has prepared a new integrated curriculum for the MBBS programme in order to provide students with a patient-centred and disease-focused medical education...

    “Development of this integrated curriculum is only the first step towards meeting the World Federation for Medical Education standards for accreditation of the MBBS programme,” said Dr Junaid...

  • Students protest lack of seats for MBBS in public colleges

    BAHAWALPUR: A large number of students from various educational institutions aspiring to seek admission to MBBS programme protested against the Punjab government on Saturday for not increasing seats in government sector medical colleges...

    The demonstration was held at University Chowk where FSc (pre-medical) students raised slogans against the government and demanded seats in public sector medical colleges be increased in accordance...

  • MBBS 4th year professional exam: 17 out of 21 questions picked from private varsity test

    LAHORE: The University of Health Sciences (UHS) included 17 questions in the MBBS 4th year professional exam paper, which were already part of an internal test held by a private institution three months back...

    The gross negligence was pointed out by some RCMC students appearing in the MBBS 4th year professional exam when the question paper was distributed among the candidates...

  • Cap on maximum four attempts to clear MBBS courses lifted

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) has repealed the cap of maximum four attempts to clear theoretical phases of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) and empowered universities to decide about the number of attempts by students to clear their theoretical studies...

    Therefore, it is now the discretion of the relevant college or university to decide the number of attempts...

  • Merit being ignored in foreign posting of trade officers

    ISLAMABAD: The government has selected three trade officers for posting on top three lucrative stations in foreign missions, in disregard of a merit-based selection policy and under intense pressure from parliamentarians...

    In February this year, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif approved a selection policy for trade officers’ postings in foreign missions, introducing some measures to ensure merit...

  • Nepotism vs merit

    ABOUT 5,000 candidates appeared in the written part of a departmental test for the post of a senior assistant in the Election Commission of Sindh on Feb 8...

    However, only 50 meritorious candidates received call letters for an interview
  • SC wants to ensure merit, not to settle scores: CJ

    ISLAMABAD: Chief Jus­tice of Pakistan (CJP) Anwar Zaheer Jamali said on Wed­nesday that the Sup­reme Court did not take up matters to settle personal scores, rather the objective was to ensure merit-based appointments in every institution...

    “Things cannot improve until merit is fully adhered to,” the chief justice observed...

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