- SHC directs PMC to submit reply by Jan 12
- Students have contended that out of syllabus questions got in MDCAT 2020
- Students say PMC violated courtroom order
KARACHI: The Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) was granted extra time by the Sindh High Court (SHC) on Monday to file its reply in a petition difficult the Medical and Dental College Test (MDCAT) 2020 outcomes.
The courtroom allowed the PMC to file the reply within the case by January 12 and adjourned the listening to.
The college students are contesting that they got questions out of the syllabus within the MDCAT 2020. They maintained that the PMC’s entry check was towards the courtroom orders because it had directed the physique that it needs to be primarily based on a single syllabus.
The college students had approached the SHC over the MDCAT 2020 final 12 months citing issues within the entry check which was held in November.
During the final listening to, the lawyer representing the scholars contended that the PMC had assured college students that no query out of the syllabus would seem within the examination however the reverse occurred. The lawyer added that within the MDCAT end result, his petitioners had cleared the examination.
However, the counsel pleaded that college students’ marks had been blended up.
“There are multiple irregularities in the result,” alleged college students’ lawyer Jibran Nasir. He added that the position quantity is of one other scholar and the result’s of one other.
PMC lawyer Zeeshan Abdullah informed the courtroom that the outcomes of the MDCAT have been launched. He stated greater than 100,000 college students took the examination, out of whom 67,000 have been declared profitable.