Medical Students Get Another Chance to Appear in Supplementary Exams


Taking notice of the issues faced by medical students pertaining to supplementary examinations, Governor Punjab, Chaudhry Sarwar, has announced an additional opportunity for them to appear in the exam.

A press release from Governor House said that the medical students had been facing problems with supplementary examinations during the coronavirus pandemic. Most of them failed to appear in the exam due to the lockdown or other compulsions, putting their careers on the line.


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The students had requested Sarwar, who is also the Chancellor of all Punjab universities, to look into the matter. Taking notice of the matter, Governor Punjab directed vice-chancellors of medical universities to provide an additional chance to students who have failed in their supplementary exams due to problems caused by COVID-19.

Along with the precautionary measures against the pandemic, we are concerned about the education of students. Medical students have continued their education in difficult situations, and we will support them.


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Chaudhry Sarwar noted that coronavirus has affected people from all walks of life. Students should be given one more chance to recover from educational loss, he added.

He underlined that the doctors saved people’s lives by risking theirs during the first wave of the coronavirus. Now full strict measures are needed for complete protection from the second wave. He also urged the public to follow precautionary measures against COVID-19.

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