Rehman Medical College Holds White Coat Ceremony for First-Year MBBS Students
Rehman Medical College (RMC) held a white coat ceremony on Monday to welcome its first-year MBBS students. The ceremony was attended by students, their parents, and guests of honor, including Dr. Riaz Anwar, Advisor to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa caretaker chief minister on Health.
During the ceremony, students and their parents planted saplings and took an oath to be dedicated to their chosen profession. They vowed to uphold the highest ethical standards in their medical practice. Dr. Anwar, in his address, praised RMC for its high standards and outstanding faculty. He said that RMC is one of the best medical colleges in the country and has always been a top choice for students. "RMC has the best infrastructure and faculty in Pakistan," said Dr. Anwar.
"It has everything a student needs to succeed in the medical profession." He also congratulated the parents on their children’s achievements. Dr. Anwar encouraged the students to study hard and to dedicate themselves to their chosen profession. He said that they have the potential to make a real difference in the world. Dr. Mukhtyar Zaman, Principal of RMC, said that RMC's merit list was the highest among all private medical colleges in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the recent Khyber Medical University admissions process.
This, he said, is a testament to the fact that RMC is still the top choice for students in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The white coat ceremony is a traditional event that marks the arrival of a new batch of students in medical and dental colleges.