‘KFMC to give latest training to nursing students’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, May 18: Director of Nursing Education at King Fahad Medical City Riyadh, KSA, Dr Salah Aqtash has said that his institute would provide latest training to the students of Bibi Halima College of Nursing & Medical Technology.
He said this during an interaction with the chief Minister, Omar Abdullah.
After inspecting the College, Dr Aqtash said there was remarkable achievement in infrastructure development, curriculum and other aspects despite limited resources. He assured every support to the college.
He said Kashmiri student Gulshan Bano tops BSL course over the Ramadan break and was selected to undergo a BSL instructor training course along with a dozen others from KFMC, Hospital Riyadh.
Vice-Chairman Waqf Board, Prof M Y Qadri, said 12 trainees from the College were deputed to KFMC Hospital for internship.
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