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LGH’s Nursing College Achieves 100% Pass Rate in Annual Exams

All 40 female students declare successful in 4th Year class of didwifery diploma


By Our Web Reporter 

LAHORE MIRROR – The Nursing College of Lahore General Hospital/AMC has achieved a remarkable 100% success rate in the annual results of the 4th-Year Class (Midwifery Diploma) examinations conducted under the auspices of the Punjab Nursing Board. 

As per the press release issued here on Saturday, a total of 40 female students from the college participated in the 4th-year Midwifery Diploma program, and all of them successfully passed.

In a commendable achievement, the Principal of the Punjab Government Medical Institute (PGMI), Prof. Dr. Al-Fareed Zafar, extended his heartfelt congratulations to Mrs. Maimoona Sattar, the Principal of the Nursing College, and everyone involved for their unwavering dedication and hard work.

This collective effort has resulted in an astounding 100% success rate among nursing students.

Prof. Al-Fareed Zafar emphasized that hard work is never in vain, especially for students who are deeply committed to their academic pursuits.

He highlighted the role of education, not only in shaping individuals into better persons but also in imparting moral values and a spirit of service.

On this occasion Mrs. Maimoona Sattar, Principal of Nursing College, LGH, praised the students for their hard work and dedication, ensuring that this journey of success will continue into the future.

She expressed confidence in nurturing a capable and diligent cohort of nurses who will work collaboratively with doctors to provide exceptional care.

Additionally, Prof. Al-Fareed Zafar announced his intention to award appreciation certificates to the top three students in the class, aiming to provide practical motivation and recognition for their outstanding achievements.