Jinnah Sindh Medical University’s (JSMU) Syndicate met for the 26th time in which measures related to making the university more financially stable, reducing unnecessary expenses, establishment of a testing service and matters related to the imposition of penalties on students for leaving their education incomplete were discussed.

The meeting was held under the supervision of Vice-Chancellor Professor Amjad Siraj Memon in the board room on Thursday in which members of the Syndicate, including Secretary Boards and Universities Muhammad Mureed Rahimoon, Secretary Health Zulfikar Ali Shah, Javed Memon from Higher Education Commission (HEC), Noshad Ahmed Sheikh, Haji Hanif Tayyab, Rubina Hussain from Ziauddin University (ZU), Registrar Dr Azam Khan, faculty of the university and others participated.

On this occasion, the minutes of the previous Syndicate were approved and decisions were taken related to making the University financially stable, writing a letter to the concerned authority for changes in MBBS fees, reduction of unnecessary expenses and to form a committee regarding the Orderly Allowance and the BMS Allowance.

In the meeting, matters related to accommodation and the security of foreign students were also discussed. The proposal of the university to start its own testing service was unanimously appreciated and approved.

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