A total of 3,200 candidates on Sunday appeared in the entry test for Post-graduate Training under the Punjab Residency Programme (PRP) of Specialized Health-care & Medical Education.
The test was conducted by King Edward Medical University (KEMU) here. The King Edward Medical University had booked 20 halls at the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Examination Centre, Lahore.
Out of 3,200, 2,995 appeared for MD, MS and 205 for MDS programmes. Sixty-five foreigner candidates also appeared in the examination.
Secretary Specialised Healthcare and Medical Education Najam Ahmad Shah visited the examination centre and appreciated the arrangements made for the test. King Edward Medical University Vice-Chancellor Prof Asad Aslam Khan told the secretary that the successful candidates would be allowed to start post-graduate training in different medical universities/ institutions in Punjab, subject to merit and availability of the seats.