Muhammad Uzman Tariq, a doctor hailing from Rahim Yar Khan has secured first position in MRCS examinations held globally.
Muhammad Uzman Tariq secured 93 % marks in the MRCS exams among all four Royal Colleges of England and Ireland, making him the first Pakistani to achieve this extraordinary feat.
More than 8,000 surgeons from Gulf, Europe, Bangladesh and India took part in the MRCS examinations to secure membership to the Royal College of Surgeons comprising of four medical colleges.
Dr Muhammad Uzman Tariq is currently doing his FCPS training in general surgery from the Sheikh Zayed Hospital in Rahim Yar Khan.
The MRCS examination is intercollegiate, meaning that it is common to all Colleges (The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, The Royal College of Surgeons of England and The Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland).
Founded in 1505, the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh is one of the oldest and largest of the surgical colleges in the world. By choosing to appear and pass in MRCS examination Part B students are able to be a part of membership network of approximately 25,000 professionals in over 100 countries worldwide. As well as joining a College renowned for its friendliness and approachability, the College offers a wide range of membership services to support you through every step throughout members’ career and professional development.