MULTAN: The Punjab Emergency Services (PES) has decided to conduct a written test for the post of paramedical staff for Motorbike Ambulance Service in Urdu language on February 25.
Spokesperson for Rescue 1122 Deeba Shahnaz Akhter said on Wednesday the test would be conducted at three centres including Rawalpindi, Lahore and Multan.
About change of language of the test, she said PES Director General Dr Rizwan Naseer had expressed his concern with the NTS management regarding very poor results of emergency medical technicians during the last recruitment of technicians.
She said the major reason stated for the poor results was the fact that the EMT test was in English.
Now it has been decided to prepare subject specific tests in Urdu language for paramedics so that maximum candidates could apply and get an opportunity to join Motorbike Ambulance Service, she explained.
Published in The Express Tribune, February 9th, 2017.
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