KMU students demand internship facilities at public hospitals

Peshawar: Students of the Khyber Medical University have asked the government to arrange internship for the qualified students in the government hospitals with suitable salaries.

Speaking at a news conference here at Press Club on Monday, the students Waheed Nor and Zakria presented charter of demands to the government and demanded separate hostel for the male and female students.

They asked the government to arrange scholarship and fair examination system in the country. They asked the government to appoint trained technical instructors and ensure timely results. They asked the government to appoint proper teacher for each subject.

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