Private medical colleges threatened to take to the streets

Private medical colleges threatened to take to the streets

Prof. Dr. Chaudhry Abdul Rehman, President, Pakistan Association of Private Medical and Dental Institutions, has said that private medical institutions are suffering in the game of PMDC and PMC.

Speaking at a press conference at a private hotel, Prof. Dr. Chaudhry Abdul Rehman, President, Pakistan Association of Private Medical and Dental Institutions, said that they are facing many problems, 110 out of 160 are private medical colleges, we want to ask the University of Health Sciences. Do you have a college, UHS people only take exams. They also get paper out, the University of Health Sciences receives Rs 1.5 to 2 billion annually from private medical colleges but the research work is nowhere to be seen, everyone should be held accountable,

 

The President (Pami) said that many government agencies check us but our problem is that every day a new form comes, sometimes PMDC and sometimes PMC people come, we are with every institution. They want to work. They refused admission and threatened to take to the streets by locking up institutions for not adopting a democratic attitude.

He said that it costs Rs. 20 to 40 lakhs to make a child a doctor, professors do not take less than two and a half to three lakhs salary, if other expenses are included then it reaches Rs. 70 crores, in such a situation how to reduce the fees. Pakistani doctors are earning better jobs abroad. If Pakistan does not play a better role in this matter, India will take its place.

 

Private medical colleges threatened to take to the streets

Author: Haroon Malik

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