More than 1,200 medical graduates to serve as civil servants for three years

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The Ministry of Health released an announcement saying that a total of 1,222 medical graduates must serve as civil servants for three years. This includes those who have studied at medical universities under the Ministry of Health and have worked as interns in teaching hospitals of medical universities.
The 1,222 graduates have signed a pledge “After graduation, I will serve as civil servants for three years when required by the State” during their first year of training in line with the rules and regulations of the University Admissions Guide.
According to the statement, 1,222 graduates of the medical institutions who have worked as house surgeons will be required to serve three years as civil servants following the pledge, since doctors are currently needed to provide healthcare services to the people. — TWA/GNLM

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