PMC Should Re-Conduct MDCAT 2020: Members Of National Assembly

The Health Standing Committee held a meeting at which the participants blamed PMC for not properly conducting the MDCAT 2020. The representatives recommended that PMC should reconduct the National MDCAT 2020. The committee recommended withdrawing the issues from the program.

The session was headed by Khalid Hussain Magsi, committee members and Dr Faisal Sultan were also present. Committee members voiced concern about the actions of MDCAT and also reported that Sindh students are especially unhappy with the exams. Thirty-seven test questions were listed in the curriculum since several applicants faced difficulties.

Committee Representatives said that during the Punjab court hearing, the PMC recognised that 14 questions were out of the curriculum. Shazia Sobia Committee Member asked that those who have carried out MDCAT 2020 come to the committee to comment. The Chairman of the Committee ordered MDCAT 2020 to be re-executed and ordered that the questions from the curriculum be omitted and that the committed study be delivered within 10 days.

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