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Islamabad: Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) has got a pat on its back from the US government for ensuring quality medical and dental education in the country.



Islamabad: Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) has got a pat on its back from the US government for ensuring quality medical and dental education in the country.

During a meeting with US Ambassador Anne W. Patterson in her office on Thursday, PMDC Registrar Dr Ahmad Nadeem Akbar received an American government’s letter, which declared the standard of Pakistan’s medical and dental education at par with that of the US’.


Equally appreciative was Patterson of the Pakistani medical and dental community’s high professional standards.

Talking after the meeting, Dr Akbar thanked the US ambassador for her and her government’s appreciation of the PMDC’s work. “Such third party analysis and views help us achieve excellence. We are ensuring provision of quality medical and dental education to local and foreign students in the country by all means and acknowledgement of our good work locally and internationally boosts our confidence. We are thankful to the American government for the appreciation,” he said.

According to the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council registrar, the US analysis and comparability is used by various US educational agencies and countries of the world as a determinant for gauging the quality of education standards in a given country and is instrumental in grant of education opportunities to the students of that country and job opportunities to graduates in the US and across the globe.

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