Kathmandu, 24 October. The first lab has come into operation along with the Japanese Embassy in Lazimpat. The first lab claims to provide international standard services in Nepal. The objective of making Nepal self-reliant in the lab was brought to the operation of the first lab. Nirajan Mainali said.
Inaugurating the first lab, Dean of the Institute of Medical Studies (IOM) Prada Divya Singh Shah expressed confidence that the first lab would provide quality services. Pointing out the need to make Nepal self-reliant in the lab, she said that the first lab should play a special role in this.
“It is important to make Nepal self-reliant in the lab. Labs will play a role in providing quality and reliable service. The first lab should pay special attention to this, ‘said Dean Shah.
The first lab has been announced to provide international level service in Nepal and make Nepal self-reliant in the lab. The lab claims that it will no longer have to send people to India for lab tests.
The lab was set up with the aim of ending the wait-and-see report and sending it out for testing. Mainali says. The first lab has made arrangements to view the report from the mobile app.