Sindh announces admission policy for medical colleges.KARACHI Karachi (kərä`chē), city (1998 pop. 9,269,265), largest city and former capital of Pakistan, SE Pakistan, on the Arabian Sea near the Indus River delta. The capital of Sind prov. , October 10, 2009 (Frontier Star): The Sindh government has announced admission policy for the medical colleges in the province, under which the reciprocal Bilateral; two-sided; mutual; interchanged.
Reciprocal obligations are duties owed by one individual to another and vice versa. A reciprocal contract is one in which the parties enter into mutual agreements. seats have been abolished. The policy was announced on Saturday after the approval of Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah Syed Qaim Ali Shah is a famous politician from the Pakistan Peoples Party and was a close confidante of the Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. He is a member of the Sind Provincial Assembly. Currently he is the provincial President of the Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians. and consultations with coalition partners. In the new policy, 45 seats have been reserved in two colleges Dove University of Medical and Health Sciences and Sindh Medical College for the students of interior Sindh, while 20 seats for the students of Karachi with 10 seats in Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences and 10 in Peoples Medical University Benazir Abad. All these seats would be filled on merit cum choice.
(THROUGH ASIA Asia (ā`zhə), the world's largest continent, 17,139,000 sq mi (44,390,000 sq km), with about 3.3 billion people, nearly three fifths of the world's total population. PULSE)
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Oct 10, 2009|
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