Medical colleges: Arrangements sought for entry test

Waiting area for parents and relatives accompanying the candidates should be clearly designated, says DCO Naseem Sadiq


Our Correspondent September 16, 2012

FAISALABAD: DCO Naseem Sadiq on Saturday directed the departments concerned to finalise arrangements for the medical colleges entry test. Chairing a meeting here, he reviewed the measures taken by the Education Department, Civil Defence, the TMAs and security agencies for the test on September 23. Sadiq said uninterrupted supply of electricity should be ensured. He said wall clocks must be hung at all entry test rooms and the seating plan displayed at all entrances. He said the waiting area for parents and relatives accompanying the candidates should be clearly designated. University of Health Sciences representative Muhammad Ramazan said the candidates should reach the examination centres before 8am. He said the candidates are not allowed to bring mobile phones, hand bags, eatables or books.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 17th, 2012.

 

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