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CM orders recruitment of 32 doctors for KGMC
« on: May 21, 2008, 08:20:12 PM »
CM orders recruitment of 32 doctors for KGMC

Peshawar: The NWFP Chief Minister Ameer Haider Khan Hoti directed the NWFP Public Service Commission to immediately initiate the recruitment process of 32 doctors for the Khyber Girls Medical College Peshawar.

It may be mentioned that the posts of senior registrar, assistant professors, associate professors and professors had been placed with the Public Service Commission for recruitment but were withdrawn later during the caretaker government on grounds of placement problems. The commission had advertised these posts, though and received more than 400 applications for these vacancies.

After assuming the office of the chief minister, Hoti took serious notice of the issue and directed that its requisition should not be withdrawn and the public Service Commission should immediately start the process of hiring professionally qualified doctors for the benefit of the people of NWFP.

The chief minister also directed that wards for these professionals should be created in Hayatabad Medical Complex, which had been declared as teaching hospital for KGMC on the pattern of Khyber Teaching Hospital and Lady Reading Hospital, where a number of wards exist for each specialty. The News

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