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Prime Minister Forms Committee to Overlook Medical Education

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has formed a 25-member committee to devise a plan of action for the country’s medical education in order to address the issues faced by Pakistani students pursuing medical studies overseas.

There has been an official announcement of the committee’s formation. Ahad Khan Cheema, the minister of economic affairs, Nazir Tarar, the minister of law, Malik Mukhtar Ahmed, the advisor to the prime minister on health, Nafeesa Shah, a member of parliament, Dr. Jahanzeb Khan, the deputy chairman of the Planning Commission, the chairman of the Higher Education Commission, the president of PM&DC, the federal secretary of health and special secretary of foreign affairs are among the members of the committee, according to the notification.

The committee will evaluate the disparity between the nation’s supply and demand for medical education and suggest a course of action to close the gap. In order to guarantee high-quality instruction, it will also assess the private medical colleges’ standards of recognition, examine the issue of students being admitted to unrecognised overseas universities, and provide recommendations for policy. In order to guarantee consistent educational standards, the committee will recommend actions to enhance the current regulatory framework and, if necessary, create a coordinating structure between medical institutions in the public and private sectors.

The committee will examine the issue of students being admitted to unrecognised foreign institutions and offer policy options. It will also suggest ways to enhance the current regulatory framework and create a coordination framework between public and private medical institutions to guarantee consistent quality of education. Finally, the committee will assess the gap between the supply and demand for medical education and recommend an action plan to close it.

Within ten days, it will deliver its findings to the Ministry of NHSR&C for the prime minister to review. The committee will get secretariat help from the NHSR&C Division.

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