CM, Mohsin Naqvi Vows to Increase Nursing Student Enrollment
In a critical move, the interim Chief Minister of Punjab, Mohsin Naqvi, has made a notable stride towards supporting the nursing labor force.
CM Mohsin Naqvi initiated a program today pointing toward multiplying the admissions of nursing students at the College of Nursing, Jinnah Hospital. The beginning of evening classes for a four-year nursing course will oblige 2900 extra students.
Attending the meeting, interim Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi stressed the urgency of this decision. He noticed that a year’s postponement of nursing students’ enrollments had happened, provoking the primary decision to expand their numbers, given the increasing widespread demand of interest for nursing experts both locally and internationally.
He referenced that the past strategy limits the mobility of nursing staff, yet presently a program has been started to prepare an extra 2900 nurses, with a promise to give NOCs for abroad situations in three days or less. Our administration has limited the movement of almost 800 medical caretakers.
The interim chief minister guaranteed that the government would offer complete assistance to nursing members getting jobs abroad. The whole NOC process, including leave approval, will be completed within a three-day time span.
He underlined the glory and honor that nurses bring to the country when they work abroad. Moreover, plans are in progress to lay out a Nursing School close to the Recep Tayyip Erdogan Hospital in Muzaffargarh. One more nursing school will be established at the Pakistan Kidney and Liver Transplant Institute.
Expressing his concerns over the vile condition of nurses’ accommodation facilities, Mohsin Naqvi vowed betterment in the following two to four months. The development and repair of these hostels will begin right away.
Hardworking efforts are being applied to facilitate with the enrollment of 10,000 nurses, outperforming the underlying objective of 5,000. As of late, inquiries were made with the Department of External Affairs, confirming nursing as a top-demand field.