- College students problem legality of PMC Act’s Part 8 and 13 (c)
- The scholars need court docket to order PMC to recheck their papers
- College students keep that out-of-syllabus questions got in examination
Authorized woes for the Pakistan Medical Council (PMC) proceed to mount after the physique was issued notices by the Lahore Excessive Courtroom (LHC) over a petition filed by college students difficult the Medical and Dental School Admission Checks (MDCAT 2020) outcomes on Tuesday.
LHC’s Justice Atir Mahmood heard the petition filed by Faisal Masood and different college students that had appeared within the MDCAT 2020. They’d named PMC and Pakistan Medical and Dental Council as respondents within the case.
Within the petitions, the scholars challenged the legality of the PMC Act’s Part 8 and 13 (c). They knowledgeable the court docket that the MDCAT was held in keeping with this Act.
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The scholars knowledgeable the court docket that their exams contained questions that weren’t a part of the syllabus. They alleged that the questions in MDCAT weren’t from the syllabus that they’d used to check for his or her FSC exams.
The scholars appealed to the court docket to declare the PMC Act’s Part 8 and 13 (c) unlawful and order rechecking of the MDCAT examination.
The court docket after listening to the arguments directed PMC to submit its reply by January 11.