A notification was sent out by the Pakistan Medical Commission PMC on the stipend for domestic work. The most recent notice states that it is to advise all medical and dentistry schools, teaching hospitals, and graduates that they would earn a stipend or salary for their home occupations. In addition, the notification states that it is to inform these institutions. PMC Announced Compulsory Stipend for House Jobs.
Under the Medical and Dental Undergraduate Education Regulations 2021, it is emphasized that students will not be provided or able to accept unpaid home jobs. It is now required that public teaching hospitals receive stipends or wages on a monthly basis from all teaching hospitals.
Both public and private colleges must offer a stipend or compensation that is at least equal to the rate that is applicable to public universities. All teaching hospitals, whether they are public or private, have been instructed to abide by the terms of the PMC Act and Regulations as a result of the Supreme Court’s ruling. However, legal action will be taken against the defaulters in accordance with the law.
The Pakistan Medical Commission PMC issued a notice on the allowance for household duties. According to the most recent notice, all medical and dental schools, teaching hospitals, and graduates are to be informed that they would get a stipend or income for their home occupations. The notification further specifies that it is intended to inform these institutions. Compulsory Stipend for House Jobs Announced by PMC.
PMC Announced Compulsory Stipend for House Jobs
However, the ruling regarding the payment of stipends was also declared by the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the month of August. Take a gander at the order that was just made public by the Supreme Court.
It is required that public institutions, as well as private colleges, provide a stipend or wage that is not less than the amount that is applicable to public universities. As a result of the judgment that was handed down by the Supreme Court, all teaching hospitals, whether public or private, have been given the directive to comply with the provisions of the PMC Act and Regulations. However, in accordance with the law, legal proceedings will be taken against the defaulters.