Governor supports plan to build university of health sciences.

 
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KARACHI -- Sindh Governor Imran Ismail has promised on behalf of the present government to support in whatever way he can to materialize the plan of an association of the USA-based expatriate Pakistani medical practitioners to establish a university of health sciences anywhere in Pakistan with an aim to financially assist the prospective Pakistani medical students belonging to underprivileged areas. Sindh Governor stated this on Tuesday while speaking as the chief guest at the inauguration of the three-day 10th International Medical Conference organized by the Medics International (MI). Founded by a group of USA-based senior doctors of Pakistani origin, the MI, which has now emerged as the United Nations-accredited global health care relief organization, organized the conference to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of its foundation.

'My office is at your disposal; do tell me whatever help you need to establish this university in Pakistan as whether it is allotment of land or any other permission you need as I'll fully assist you in this regard. We have ample land available for such a purpose as do come to us to discuss your proposal and get facilitation of any kind from the government,'...

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