Student, who appeared in the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT), has once again knocked on Sindh High Court’s door, citing problems in the entry test.
The lawyer representing the students, during today’s hearing, said that the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) had assured that no question would come out of the syllabus in the exam but the opposite happened. He added, his petitioners had passed the exam in the MDCAT result announced on Tuesday.
However, the students’ counsel contended that students’ marks had been mixed up.
Jibran Nasir, the alleged student lawyer said that “there are multiple irregularities in the result.” He added that the result appeared is of a different student while the role number is of another student.
On the other hand, Zeeshan Abdullah, PMC’s lawyer told that more than 100,000 students appeared in the exam out of which 67,000 cleared it.
The court has adjourned the case hearing till January 4 and asked PMC to submit its reply pertaining to the case.
Earlier, the High Court of Sindh on Monday had issued notices to the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) and other respondents for going out of the syllabus in the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT) 2020 exam.
According to the details, a petition had been filed in the court that challenged the recently held MDCAT) 2020 exam.
As per the petition, it was stated in the petition that some of the questions in the MDCAT held on November 29 were not from the syllabus.