Certificate Distribution Ceremony held on course completion of Paramedics at RPMI.
CHITRAL: Certificate distribution ceremony was held at Rahman Paramedical Institute Chitral (RPMI). Chairman District Zakat committee M.I. Khan Sarhadi advocate was chief guest on the occasion. The students who completed their paramedics’ course were sponsored by district Zakat committee of Chitral under Mora Scholarship. Addressing on the occasion M.I.Khan Sarhadi stressed upon the students that they must render service to deserving humanity to provide them relief in moments of grief and never adopt this profession only for earning money. He said that all of you male and female students who completed their courses should to spread health education among the people as well as to keep prestige of your society and must be loyal with your country. He said that those nation never success who not love their motherland. He said that district Zakat committee trying of its best to support talent and deserving students financially to enable them to earn livelihood for their family with a honor way to facilitate them for completing such type of course. In-charge of Rahman Paramedical institution Dr. Iqbal Hussain said that the institution was established here only to impart different paramedic’s course to students of Chitral at their doorstep. Because in past they have to travel outside of Chitral for this purpose and facing great financially losses due to staying at hostels and traveling.
He said that although this is a branch of RPMI Batkhela where a large number of Chitral were enrolled and they time and again demanded for opening its branch at Chitral.
Now they can complete their courses at Chitral and it will be up-graded in near future. He said that at present the institution offering different courses like health, Laboratory, X-Ray, pharmacy, Dental, Lady Health Visitor (LHV) course and some more courses would be enlisted in future. These courses having one and two years duration course. The institution has been affiliated with Khyber Pahtonkhwa medical faculty, Trade Testing Board (TTB)
Meanwhile All primary Teachers Association (APTA) observed Salam Teachers Day as Black day who wears black ribbon on their hands and carrying banners in front of EDO Education office. They exercising their protest in favor of their demands. Muhammad Ashraf president APTA Chitral said that we have already sent charter of our demand to provincial government but were still treating as step mother behaviors and we are still depriving from our genuine rights. He said that they will continue their protest until fulfillment of their demands.
Telephone No. 03337069572, 03469002167, 03159698446, 03025989602, 0943 3207373, 0943-316052 and 0943-414418