QUETTA: The College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP) has agreed to provide specialisation opportunities to the postgraduates besides increasing the number of training centres in Balochistan.
The assurance was extended by a delegation of the CPSP led by its senior vice president Prof Mohammad Shoaib Shafee during a meeting with Parliamentary Secretary Health Dr Rubaba Khan Buledi on Wednesday.
Dr Rubaba apprised the visiting delegation that medical postgraduates in Balochistan didn’t have ample opportunities to get specialisation degrees from abroad.
She underlined the need for establishing more training institutes for the postgraduates. She also stressed that the CPSP accredit the training centers recently established at medical colleges of Turbat and Loralai.
The CPSP vice president while lauding the recommendations of parliamentary secretary held out the assurance that postgraduates of Balochistan would be provided adequate specialisation opportunities.
He also agreed to establish more training institutes across Balochistan. He said the CPSP would also pay stipends to postgraduates for distinction and showing extraordinary performance.
The delegation also held meetings with Chief Secretary Fazeel Asghar, vice chancellor of Bolan Medical University, principal of Bolan Medical College and other concerned authorities