Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC) NTS Test

List of health officials sent to SPSC
Larkana, July 14, 2008: The names of 1300 doctors and paramedics who had cleared tests conducted by the National Testing Service (NTS) have been sent to the Sindh Public Service Commission (SPSC) for scrutiny.

The SPSC after verification of documents would hold viva examinations of the candidates and would recommend them to Sindh government for appointments.

Sindh Health Secretary Shafique Khoso said this after the inauguration of a two-day seminar on "Primary Trauma Care" at Chandka Medical College Larkana on Saturday.

He said that SPSC had been asked to complete the exercise within a month.

When asked why a bill to establish the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Medical University (SBBMU) in Larkana had been delayed, he said they were working on it.

He said the cabinet of Sindh would shortly okay the bill and later it would be presented in the next session of the Sindh assembly. He hoped that the bill would be passed.

It has been learnt that earlier it was decided to link the Nawabshah Medical College with the SBBMU, but now the idea has been dropped and that is why the bill has been delayed.

The secretary said that Basic Health Units and Rural Health Units in Sindh after changing their managements were performing well.Responding to a question that medicines of inferior quality had been purchased and supplied to the district headquarters, taluka headquarters and teaching hospitals, he said he would ensure the supply of quality medicines to hospitals.

"We are in touch with the federal government to get foreign scholarships for the doctors of interior of Sindh," he said.

Doctors from interior of Sindh in past had been ignored and now Sindh government had decided to send them abroad in different disciplines for higher education, Khoso said.

Pakistan Health Services Director-General Prof Rashid A. Jumma, Dr Saeed Minhas, Chandka Mdical College Principal Prof Surgeon Sikandar Shaikh, Dr Zameer Soomro and others also spoke in the seminar.

They underlined the need for understanding the priorities of trauma management with rapid and accurate assessment of needs of a patient in trauma. Dawn

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French university in final stages
Karachi: An ambitious project of a French science and technology university is in the final stages and is scheduled to start next year in Karachi, said the Consul General of France in Karachi Pierre Seillan, who will be marking the French National Day today, July 14.

This year, in collaboration with the HEC, 190 students have left for France to pursue higher education in the top institutions of France, he said in a message to the people of Pakistan. The French National day commemorates the French Revolution and the universal of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity, said a statement. This year's National Day coincides with the assumption of the European Union Presidency by France from July 1, which provides her a unique opportunity to promote bilateral relations with Pakistan on two tiers. Pakistan a strategically located country with 160 million inhabitants posting an impressive growth rate and is an important economic, strategic and cultural partner of EU and France.

The four top priorities of President Nicolas Sarkozy which France will work on as president of the EU include sustainable development and energy, the European Pact on immigration and exile, re-launching the European Defence programme and state of health. Co-operation between Pakistan and the EU can be enhanced in some of the relevant fields.

On a country-to-country level, France has taken the initiative by establishing the offices of the French Development Agency (AFD) in Islamabad which will disburse soft loans in different sectors, including energy. French investments in Pakistan have surged to $500 million. Important French groups such as Accor, Lafarge, Carrefour and L'Oreal have entered or are poised to enter Pakistan. French naval ships are calling more often. The two navies are holding joint maritime exercises and patrols to make the world waterways safer. Daily Times

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SAU employees seek VC's removal: Malpractices, nepotism alleged
Hyderabad: Sindh Agriculture University Employees Union activists held a demonstration outside the press club on Sunday, demanding removal of Vice-Chancellor Dr Basheer Ahmed Shaikh, accusing him of being involved in malpractices, nepotism and favouritism.

The employees who have been on strike for over a week under the banner of the Employees Action Committee alleged that the vice-chancellor had appointed an army of retired professors and officers, in addition to a large number of his close relatives.

They accused him of appointing his three sons, a daughter, a niece as well as a large number of relatives and relatives of his cronies.

They said that having completed his tenure in 2004 the vice-chancellor had been granted extension till 2011.

The university employees had voted for his removal in a referendum held recently, which annoyed him so much that he has started taking punitive action against the leaders of the committee.

The committee leaders said that the president of the Employees Welfare Trust, Karam Ali Punnu, had been placed under suspension and a false case had been registered against 20 other employees.

They said that they accepted the registrar's challenge for a public debate and were prepared to hold it at the press club where they would produce documentary evidence of alleged malpractices of the vice-chancellor and his team.

They demanded dismissal of the vice-chancellor and appealed to the chairman of HEC Dr Attaur Rehman to appoint an impartial inquiry committee to probe misuse of tens of millions of rupees spent on different projects.

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'MUET in deep crisis'
The newly appointed office-bearers of the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology chapter of the People's Labour Bureau have said that the university has been in a deep crisis for many years.

The bureau's president, Rahim Bux Kalhoro, senior vice-president, Barkatullah Soomro and others said at a news conference at the press club that the lava had been simmering for all these years, which would burst out anytime if the employees' problems were not solved. Dawn

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