- The PMC reported it has begun giving related outcomes on its website
- The Commission said it would handle further demands for describing and issue results inside next two days
- Students from across Pakistan arranged fights refering to ‘grave abnormalities’ in MDCAT 2020 and its results
- PMC had before given described consequences of certain understudies and later gave all understudies the alternative to get a relating done
The Pakistan Medical Commission on Tuesday declared that it has begun giving the related aftereffects of the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT 2020).
Taking to Twitter, the Commission declared that understudies would now be able to check their new outcomes online by visiting the official site of PMC (https://www.pmc.gov.pk/MDCAT2020).
Students will be needed to enter their MDCAT move number in the inquiry bar gave on the site to discover their described results.
The Commission additionally reported that different solicitations that it got to describe the outcomes will be finished in the following two days.
Recounting of results
The MDCAT 2020 was led the nation over on November 29, alongside an exceptional test for COVID-19 positive understudies on December 13, 2020. The aftereffects of both the tests were delivered together on December 16.
Students, notwithstanding, whined that the outcomes were filled with errors and requested the committee describe the results.
Following various protests, the Commission brought down the outcomes it transferred on its site and gave understudies the alternative to get their outcomes related by filling an online form.
In a notice gave in such manner, the PMC declared that if an understudy’s character data — name, date of birth, sexual orientation, or some other viewpoint — isn’t equivalent to on their CNIC, they can take it up with the PMC for a rectification.
“This correction will also be done free of cost after verifying the student’s CNIC record,” the PMC had said in a statement.
On December 17, the PMC had reissued the consequences of a few understudies who had griped about inconsistencies in the outcomes, yet it guaranteed that “less than 2%” competitors grumbled of errors.”
Students, on the other hand, maintain that most of the results were inaccurate after which the Commission decided to carry out the recounting procedure and reissue the results once again.
Students continue protests over inaccurate results
Meanwhile, students who appeared for the MDCAT 2020 exam are continuing to stage street protests in Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Hyderabad and other cities, alleging discrepancies in the test and its results.
The controversy is raging after many candidates took the PMC to court for tasking them with “out-of-prospectus and equivocal test questions, stamping botches, and flawed applicant data.”
A total of 121,181 candidates attempted the centralised test in the country’s major cities and 67,611 of them qualified it by securing over 60% marks.
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