Gover­nor as­sures DDC grad­u­ates of reg­is­ter­ing with PMDC

Daily Messenger - - Metropolitan -

KARACHI: Sindh Gover­nor Im­ran Is­mail on Fri­day gave as­sur­ance to take the mat­ter of reg­is­tra­tion of Dow Den­tal Col­lege (DDC) grad­u­ates with Pak­istan Med­i­cal and Den­tal Coun­cil (PMDC).

He was speak­ing at the in­au­gu­ral cer­e­mony of “4th All Pak­istan DUHS-DICE Health In­no­va­tion Ex­hi­bi­tion 2018” at Expo Cen­tre Karachi. He said it was a mat­ter of con­cern that DDC grad­u­ates had not yet been reg­is­tered with PMDC, as doc­tors who spent four years for get­ting ed­u­ca­tion and one year for house job were yet to reg­is­ter with PMDC.

“I will take the mat­ter with Pres­i­dent of Pak­istan who is ex-stu­dent of the same col­lege and be­longs to the same pro­fes­sion, he added. He as­sured the grad­u­ates that they would be shortly reg­is­tered with PMDC and would be able to work as pro­fes­sional very soon.

He fur­ther said: “Dow Uni­ver­sity of Health Sci­ences is one of the big­gest in­sti­tu­tions in the coun­try and it is a mat­ter of sur­pris­ing that two den­tal in­sti­tu­tion of DUHS are not reg­is­tered with the coun­cil. It will be a big loss for whole na­tion if these den­tal in­sti­tu­tions will cease to work.”

Ear­lier, when Gover­nor Sindh ar­rived at Expo Cen­tre, a large num­ber of DDC grad­u­ates, stu­dents and their par­ents wel­comed him with their de­mand ban­ners and play cards.

The gover­nor im­me­di­ately turned to the protesters and asked their prob­lem.

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