- PPP lawmaker says 37 questions got here out of syllabus
- Dr Faisal Sultan says he would appraise PMC of NA standing committee’s reservsations
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Medical Fee got here below fireplace throughout a session of the Nationwide Meeting’s Standing Committee on Well being on Monday for the way it carried out the Medical and Dental School Admission Check (MDCAT 2020) final 12 months.
Through the session, chaired by Khalid Hussain Magsi, PPP lawmaker Shazia Sobia expressed Sindh authorities’s reservations and mentioned 37 examination questions have been reported out of syllabus on account of which many college students confronted points.
She maintained that the PMC had admitted 14 questions have been out of syllabus throughout a courtroom listening to in Punjab, and urged for a retest. The lawmaker questioned why the take a look at was carried out by the Centre and never provinces. “The children’s future is at stake,” she careworn.
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Demanding an motion, she mentioned the PMC officers ought to seem earlier than the committee. The standing committee’s chairman mentioned “no one takes it seriously”. He mentioned it was officers’ duty to seem earlier than the committee and that it was not a matter of ego.
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Magsi mentioned the PMC was made out of “stubborness” and with out homework.
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Particular Assistant to Prime Minister Imran Khan on Well being Dr Faisal Sultan maintained that the examination was carried out by means of common technique, including that he would appraise PMC of the committee’s reservations.