Kabul: Officials of the Afghan Medical Council say that they have prepared a plan to take an exam from women applying for the Medical Council and handed over to the authorities.
The Afghanistan Medical Council said that after the approval of this council’s plan by the relevant authorities, the final exam for medical university will be taken by women.
“After the approval of this plan we are ready to take exams of doctors that have graduated recently,” Tolo news quoted Ahmad Shah, technical consultant of the council.
Meanwhile, the Afghan Medical Council allowed four of the doctors who obtained the most points in the sixth round of the final examination of medical schools to work.
According to officials, the medical council in Afghanistan gave an exam and 30 percent of male doctors passed the exam and over the next two days they will receive their licenses from this council.
The exam is set for those female doctors who are willing to start their career as medics in Afghanistan.