Islamabad: The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC), held the National Examination Board’s (NEB) Step-II Examination, at Topi Rakh Complex and Army Medical College Rawalpindi, for the registration of medical and dental graduates, possessing foreign qualifications.
Under the country’s law, PMDC registration is mandatory for all those having medical and dental qualifications to practice in the country. A total of 1,698 Pakistani graduates from China, Afghanistan, Russia and Central Asia States and Cuba, took the examination, for which the National University of Medical Science Rawalpindi collaborated with the PMDC.
Strict security measures were in place for the exam. The results are expected to be uploaded on the PMDC and NUMS websites.