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Lahore High Court issued a notice to the Pakistan Medical Commission PMC For MDCAT 2021

 

    

The Lahore High Court issued a notice to the Pakistan Medical Commission  PMC  on Monday. The court requested a response to a petition for a court order requesting the cancellation of the current Medical and Dental College Admissions Test (MDCAT). The petition is filed against MDCAT for not being held on the same day in violation of the law.

The petition is presented by student Hadiya Khalid. The petitioner's attorney maintained that the petitioner appeared at MDCAT but had to face various problems during the trial. It argued that under the mandatory provision of Section 18 (1) of the Pakistan Medical Commission PMC Act, 2020 (PMCA), MDCAT had to be taken "on the same day" as "a single admission test". Previously, the test was carried out in a single day in Punjab and also in other provinces. But the Pakistan Medical Commission, PMC, is running the test for a whole month, giving some students an undue advantage. Many students protest the irregularities of the test.

To support his arguments, Agha cited an LHC ruling in the "Abwa Knowledge PVT case in which the court ruled:" The authority will conduct annually on a date approved by the council according to the rules approved by the board, a single admission test that will be mandatory. requirement for all students wishing to be admitted to an undergraduate program in medicine or dentistry. "

Many questions are "Questions outside the syllabus." Also, questions outside of the syllabus are not evenly distributed. Some students have to answer between 25 and 30 syllabus questions, while others only get between 5 and 10. He said earlier that when the MDCAT was held across Punjab "on the same day" as "a single test of admission, "the same questionnaire was given to all students, eliminating the possibility of discrimination. The petitioner asked the court to cancel the MDCAT, reschedule it, and do it the same day as required by Section 18 of PMCA2020.


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