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30 December, 2020 Views 785

Pakistan Medical Commission Starts Issuance Of Recounted Results

Pakistan medical commission has started the issuance of the recounted results. PMC took its Twitter and issued the statement that the students can check their results by entering their roll number. The process of the recounted results will be completed within the next few days. So the candidates that do not receive their recounted results will be notified soon about the result. PMC had conducted the medical and dental college admission test on 29th November 2020 and the special MDCAT exam on 13th December. SHC had directed the PMC to announce the result of the MDCAT at the same time by following the same standards. 


MDCAT Result 2020

Pakistan medical commission had proclaimed the MDCAT 2020 result on 16th December but due to some error, the updated result of the test was reissued on 17th December. After the result announcement, the commission had provided the opportunity to the candidates to avail the rechecking facility of the test in the case of any confusion. As per the authorities, the correction will be done free of cost. Many candidates had submitted the online application forms according to the instructions issued by the officials to recheck the result. The students had also complained about the discrepancies and the irregularities in the result but the PMC said that only less than 2% of candidates had reported the errors in the announced result. Later the commission decided to carry out the procedure of the recounting and issue the revised result. 

Protests Against MDCAT Result

Students in the various cities of Pakistan continue to protest against the national MDCAT result 2020. The candidates are demanding justice and regarded the PMC as a failed institution that had not conducted the test with fairness and transparency. Moreover, the Sindh government has also rejected the result of the MDCAT due to some controversies. Earlier the Sindh health minister has demanded to hold the MDCAT at the provincial level apart from the national MDCAT. Furthermore, the Sindh government is set to regulate their own medical commission to commence the medical and dental college entry test for admission in the local medical colleges.