PMA demands release of the MDCAT inquiry report

PMA demands release of the MDCAT inquiry report

PMA expresses concerns over the delay in the release of the inquiry report on wrongdoing in MDCAT test

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Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) has expressed concerns over the Sindh government regarding delaying the release of the inquiry report of the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT), stated a press release issued on Tuesday.

Nearly 40,000 male and female candidates in Sindh had taken the MDCAT conducted by Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU) for 1,700 open merit seats on Sept 10. The Test lost its credibility after reports of alleged paper leak and wrongdoing surfaced, the press release further stated.

According to it, unfortunately even after more than two weeks the inquiry report has yet not been made public. This delay is creating doubts over the credibility of the inquiry report.

The PMA may see the release of the inquiry report as crucial for transparency and accountability, as it can help identify any shortcomings or irregularities in the administration of the MDCAT. The timely release of such reports can facilitate necessary improvements and prevent future issues.

Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) is demanding the release of the MDCAT inquiry report as soon as possible. The delay can have significant impacts on students who have appeared for the test. It will hinder students’ admissions to medical colleges and can prolong the entire admission process, creating confusion for students and their families.

Therefore, it is essential that the Sindh government releases the inquiry report as soon as possible, following a thorough evaluation of the MDCAT. This can save the time and future of thousands of students who are waiting for their results, the press release stated.



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