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Education of health science is an integral aspect of medical training. This intersectional study examined the attitudes of research students in Pakistan, their understanding of research, and their experience in research studies. Research based on perceptions, attitude, and practices towards that research among medical students in their clinical training in Pakistan. This research data is based on primary and quantitative data collected by usingquestionnaire related to the perception, attitudes, and practices of a medical student in Pakistan. For this purpose, 603 medical students who contributed to the various fields of medicine have completed a self-administered email questionnaire. Results describe that there is an associated impact between perceptions of student and their training factors. For measuring the data analysis, using SPSS software and creating specific results included a one-way ANOVA test, the one-sample test analysis, and the fitness of models. Results founded that there is a significant link between practices and student clinical training. Another one is attitude shows an inverse relationship in between student training performance. The majority (97.9%) respond that research is essential and enhances health and 86.9% said it helps to develop a potential academic career.