An-Najah Graduates' Results in the Government Licensing Examination for Pharmacists in the 1948 Lands
16 out of 17 pharmacy graduates of An-Najah's Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, have succeeded in passing the Government Licensing Examination for Pharmacists in the 1948 Lands, thus obtaining their licenses enabling them to practice pharmacy in the occupied territories of 1948.
Commenting on the efficiency of An-Najah's alumni, Dr. Khalil Issa, Faculty Dean said: "The results of the exam, and the high success rate of our graduates indicate the great efforts made by An-Najah's Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences' students, and staff."
Dr. Issa also referred to the recent outstanding results of An-Najah graduates in the Medical Licensing Examination in the 1948 Lands. The results showed that the University graduates got the highest passing rate; that is, 98% passing rate.
On this occasion, Prof. Maher Natsheh, An-Najah President thanked the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences' staff and graduates for their consistent efforts to achieve this progress and achieve these results. He also commended the University graduates' professional performance in the exam.
Prof. Natsheh added that the University is working on more future developments to maintain its status and achieve excellence in medical fields.