Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU) organized the National Licensing Exam (NLE) held under the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC). A total of sixty-seven candidates participated in the two-day examination. Vice-Chancellor Professor Amjad Siraj Memon visited the examination center and reviewed the…
PMDC gets dissolved. PMC gets established. PMC gets dissolved. PMC is nowhere. PMDC is non-functional. That’s quite a confusion the government has gotten itself and the people into. Arsalan Haider finds out how things with monitoring and oversight of medical and dental education in Pakistan are. he future of thousands of medical students, and possibly
The Ministry of National Health Services (NHS) has announced an 18-member National Medical and Dental Academic Board (NMDAB) that will be tasked with overseeing the standard and practices of education in medical dental institutions of Pakistan.
By Intsab Sahi
The Pakistan Medical Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, the statutory regulatory authority that oversaw medical and dental colleges in Pakistan, was dissolved following a presidential ordinance proclaimed on October 20. The PMDC dissolution has left many, including former PMDC employees in a state of shock and awe.
A committee has been established to address emerging challenges and opportunities in the entire spectrum of medical education in Pakistan.
With only days left until rescheduled entry tests for admissions to medical and dental colleges in Punjab take place, Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) has set wheels of confusion in motion by announcing that A Level students can no longer apply for admissions to MBBS or BDS programmes through the foreign quota.