- Students tells court docket that out of syllabus questions had appeared within the examination
- Students’ lawyer tells SHC that a number of irregularities had been present in MDCAT outcome
- SHC asks PMC to submit its reply pertaining to the case and adjourned the listening to until January 4
KARACHI: Students who appeared within the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT) 2020 have filed a contemporary petition within the Sindh High Court (SHC) over the issues they confronted within the entry take a look at.
During as we speak’s listening to, the lawyer representing the scholars instructed the court docket that the regulatory physique Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) had assured his shoppers that it could not ask them questions out of the syllabus however the reverse occurred.
The lawyer additionally knowledgeable the court docket that his petitioners had cleared the MDCAT examination.
However, the scholars’ counsel contended that college students marks had been combined up.
“There are multiple irregularities in the result,” alleged college students’ lawyer Jibran Nasir. He added that within the outcome sheet the function quantity is of one other pupil and the result’s of one other pupil.
On the opposite hand, PMC’s lawyer Zeeshan Abdullah instructed the court docket that the PMC has launched the MDCAT outcomes. He knowledgeable that over 100,000 college students took half within the examination out of which 67,000 cleared it.
Upon listening to the arguments, the court docket directed PMC to submit its reply pertaining to the case and adjourned the listening to until January 4.
Students demand justice from PTI govt
On Monday, varied college students of drugs banded collectively to run a protest marketing campaign on Twitter towards the Pakistan Medical Council (PMC) over what they declare was an unfair MDCAT 2020 examination.
In a submit on Twitter, one of many campaigners introduced the beginning of “this battle against this TYRANNICAL GOV”, asking college students to make use of the #SaveOurFuture hashtag and requesting others to affix in as effectively.
Earlier, the scholars of drugs had organised a press convention on the Lahore Press Club, asking “for justice”. Among their calls for for a good MDCAT 2020 was a selection of “deletion of wrong MCQs”, “giving grace marks” or “a reconduct at a provincial level”.