Fri. Jul 30th, 2021

Medical College to start functioning in the Special Education Complex for now, says Chief Minister

Gilgit: Hafiz Hafeezur Rehman, Chief Minister of Gilgit-Baltistan has said that funds required for commissioning of the region’s first medical college have been secured, and homework has been done to make the required legislation. He has said that for now the medical college will start functioning in the Special Education Complex located in Gilgit city.

He was chairing a meeting to review the progress made towards establishment of the GB Medical College, which has been a longstanding demand of the region’s populace. Last month the government of Gilgit-Baltistan had signed an MoU with PIMS for establishment of the medical college.

The Chief Minister said that the students of the Special Education Complex will be shifted to a new location, and all the required facilities will be made available to ensure smooth functioning of the medical college.

1 thought on “Medical College to start functioning in the Special Education Complex for now, says Chief Minister

  1. It is very tragic to hear that building of special children are forcely taken by hafiz – u- rehman government .it is the only institute built according to the needs of the blind .physically handicap .hearing impaired and mentally retarded children .i think he forget that they are also a human being .which type of people they are?mind less people .shame ful act

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