NAVTTC to introduce modern training course for nurses

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Keeping in view the shortage of trained nurses and paramedic staff in hospitals, National Vocational and Technical Training Commission (NAVTTC) has taken an initiative to introduce a modern training course for nurses.


In this connection, a meeting was held in Islamabad on Thursday which was attended by the executive director NAVTTC Zulfiqar Ahmad Cheema, officers of NAVTTC, Vice Chancellor Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) University Dr Javed Akram and his team.

While addressing the meeting, Zulfiqar Cheema said NAVTTC will soon introduce a training course for nurses at par with the international standards to cater the shortage of training staff in the hospitals.

It was decided in the meeting that a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will soon be signed between NAVTTC and PIMS University through which young boys and girls, after completing nursing course under NAVTTC, will be given on-the-job training at PIMS so that they would be able to secure jobs both at home and abroad.

Vice Chancellor PIMS Dr Javed Akram appreciated the initiative of NAVTTC and extended their full cooperation in this regard.

Principal Nursing School College and other authorities concerned were also present in the meeting.

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