224 ap­pear for 50 seats of nurses at LUMHS en­try test

Daily Messenger - - National - Bu­reau Re­port

HY­DER­ABAD: The En­try Test for ad­mis­sions in the course of BS Nurs­ing was con­ducted on Thurs­day, 9th Novem­ber 2017 at Peo­ples School of Nurs­ing, Li­aquat Univer­sity of Med­i­cal & Health Sciences Jamshoro.

While a visit to the Peo­ples School ofNurs­ing to ob­serve the ar­range­ments of the En­try Test the Vice Chan­cel­lor LUMHS Prof. Bikha Ram Devra­jani ex­pressed that the med­i­cal pro­fes­sion has been more oc­cu­pied with cure rather than care. As a re­sult, while we con­tinue to pro­duce a large num­ber of doc­tors ev­ery year, the nurs­ing pro­fes­sion has been ig­nored. De­spite the im­por­tant role of Nurses in pa­tient care, they are rarely given the recog­ni­tion they de­serve which has led to a short­age of nurses in the coun­try. He added that the de­mand for grad­u­ate nurses is very high abroad. Many grad­u­ate nurses from Pak­istan go to the for­eign coun­tries and find best jobs with at­trac­tive salar­ies that are a big proof of the high de­mand for grad­u­ate nurses at in­ter­na­tional lev­els.

HY­DER­ABAD: Vice Chan­cel­lor LUMHS Pro­fes­sor Bikharam wit­ness­ing the En­try test for ad­mis­sions in the Course of BS nurs­ing at LUMHS Jamshoro.

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