Convocation of MBBS and BDS courses held at AMC
Rawalpindi, May 08: The 30th undergraduate convocation of the Army Medical College was held on Tuesday, says a press release.
Federal Minister for Science & Technology Dr Sania Nishtar, SI, was the chief guest on the occasion. She gave away degrees to 191 graduates of 31st MBBS and 10th BDS courses.
The Army Medical College is an elite medical institute of the country comprising qualified and experienced teachers in all subjects. It was established in 1977 and was affiliated with Quaid-i-Azam University.
Army Medical College was recognised by General Medical Council, UK in 1982.
Fellowship programme commenced in 1996. It became a constituent college of National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) in 1998. BDS course, M.Phil and PhD programmes were started in 1998 and 2001 respectively.
Every year nearly 200 cadets of Medical & Dental disciplines graduate from this College. Students achieving distinction are awarded Medals & Certificates in a ceremony coupled with the College Convocation.
Islamabad private school announce 3 holidays
Islamabad: Islamabad Private Schools and Colleges Association Chairman Khalid Sarwar on Tuesday announced that the private educational institutions of the federal capital would remain close from May 9 to 11 due to elections.
He said the decision has been taken in a meeting of the body. The government has already announced three holidays of the public educational institutions of Islamabad.
Around 2,000 appear in PMDC NEB examination
Islamabad: The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council has conducted the National Examination Board (NEB) examination of foreign medical and dental graduates of Pakistani origin in Islamabad with the collaboration of Khyber Medical University, Peshawar.
Under the PMDC rules, a foreign medical or dental graduate is to clear the NEB examination for practice in the country. In the examination, 1,156 medical and four dental graduates appeared in the NEB Step I (basic subjects' theory) examination at Pakistan-China Friendship Centre, and 728 medical and seven dental graduates in the NEB Step II (clinical subjects' theory) examination at a local hotel.
According to spokesperson for PMDC Hina Shaukat Kiani, the examination was conducted in safe, free and fair manner. The news
LLM (final) result out
Karachi: The University of Karachi on Tuesday announced the result of LLM (final) annual examination 2012.
Zaheer Abbas of S.M. Govt Law College was declared first with 471 marks out of maximum 800.
He was followed by college mate Umar Farooq who had obtained 470 marks.
Hazrat Hussain of Govt Islamia Law College with 469 marks was declared third.
A total of 164 candidates appeared in the exam and the pass percentage remained at 39.63.
According to the university, marks certificates are being issued to students. app