Trend towards nursing profession among Chitrali females

PESHAWAR: Zarina Khan from Reshun (Upper Chitral) successfully defended her MPhil thesis on the topic of “Trend towards nursing profession among Chitrali females: problems and prospects at tertiary hospitals in Peshawar” at the University of Peshawar.

She has completed her research under the supervision of Prof Dr Anwar Alam, chairman Department of  Sociology, University of Peshawar, says a press release.

Her external examiner was Dr Nazir Ahmad, assistant professor Bacha Khan University, Charsadda.

Miss Zarina matriculated from the Islamia Model High School Reshun after that she enrolled in a one-year diploma program as a surgical technician. She completed her 18 years of education with government job and proved that success is no accident.

It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice, and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.

One Reply to “Trend towards nursing profession among Chitrali females”

  1. Good and congratulations for your work. You have chosen a very important topic. For many decades Chitrali daughters have marvelled in the field of nursing and police also. Nursing is a noble profession and nurses all around the world have been in the forefront to serve the ailing humanity.
    It gives immense pleasure to see a large number of female nurses in major hospitals of the country in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar. Please always include your Chitrali culture of civility while dealing with your patients and be always an ambassador of Chitrali culture.
    Best of luck and Salam to Chitrali nurses.

    Nadir Khan

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