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Pakistan HC to Australia Discusses Prospects to Establish AMC Exams Centres in Pakistan with its CEO

PERTH: Pakistan High Commissioner to Australia High Babar Amin discussed the prospects of establishing Australian Medical Council Examination Centres in Pakistan.

The top diplomat of Pakistan on Monday met Philip Pigou, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Australian Medical Council (AMC), to discuss establishing its examination centres in Pakistan.

The High Commissioner informed the CEO,  AMC, about Pakistan’s medical education system that has produced medical professionals of international standards, who were serving with great dedication and distinction all over the world including USA, UK, Canada and Australia.

He highlighted that the unavailability of AMC’s Examination Centres for foreign medical graduates, in Pakistan, which deprived most of the Pakistani doctors the opportunity to appear for the Australian Exam.

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The High Commissioner proposed to the AMC to establish its examination centres in Pakistan taking into consideration Pakistan’s population of 207 million and its large pool of qualified and able doctors.

He assured the CEO that the High Commission would facilitate AMC in this endeavour.

Pakistan High Commissioner to Australia High Babar Amin with Philip Pigou, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Australian Medical Council.

Philip Pigou stated that his office would certainly explore the possibility of conducting MCQS (Part-I) of AMC Exam, in Pakistan, through its partner agency.  He agreed to discuss the matter further after doing some more background work by the AMC.