HEC Bans Three Medical Universities from admitting students

HEC barred the students not to have admission in these three medical universities

The Higher Education Commission has declared that these three medical universities and has barred the students to take admissions in the postgraduate medical and dental programs of these universities.

The banned universities are the Faisalabad Medical University (FMU),  Nishtar Medical University (NMU), Multan and Rawalpindi Medical University (RMU).

As per the report of Dawn news the HEC has barred these three medical universities from admitting students for a period of one-yeari.e, until Nov 2019. The government of Punjab had established these institutes in2017 by upgrading various colleges.

The reason of discontinuing these universities not to accept admission from the students for the year 2019 is apparently seems that the provincial government is not able to make these institutes fully functional as per HEC’s rule and regulations.

Furthermore, Faisalabad Medical University (FMU),  Nishtar Medical University (NMU), Multan and Rawalpindi Medical University (RMU) did not have any constituent medical colleges, which is a compulsory rule to get recognition.

HEC has given these medical universities a deadline to get recognition status from the Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC)and also to obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) prior their launch from for postgraduate programmes the Quality Assurance Division till November, 2019.

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