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26 November, 2020 Views 1408

PMC Issues New Roll Number Slips To MDCAT Applicants

Pakistan Medical Commission has issued the new roll slips for the MDCAT applicants. PMC took Twitter to make this announcement that the portal to download the roll number slips for the medical entrance exam is live now and the students can directly access the slips through it. Previously the roll number slips were issued to the candidates but the test got postponed so, many students remained unable to check their roll number slips. Now the final date of the test has been announced and the medical and dental college admission test will be conducted as per the mentioned schedule. Now all the MDCAT applicants including those who have already get their roll slips are also informed to download the updated roll number slips before the test. The date of the MDCAT is approaching so the students are required to pay full focus toward the preparation of the test.


Commencement of MDCAT

Earlier, in the meeting of the National Command and Operation Center, it was decided that the MDCAT would be commenced on the 29th November 2020 as scheduled under the strict implementation of the COVID-19 standard operating procedures. Dr. Faisal Sultan, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on the National Health Services, said that all the entry and professional exams would be commenced according to the proposed schedule on their respective dates. He furthermore directed all the people to follow the SOPs to protect themselves from the coronavirus. 

Closure of Educational Institutes

The decision to close all the educational institutes across Pakistan was made in the Inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference (IPEMC) that was chaired by the federal education minister, Shafqat Mahmood. By evaluating the situation of the pandemic from the data recorded by the health department the minister announced to shut down the schools, colleges, universities, and tuition centers in the country. The online classes will be held for the students to take the lectures daily. Moreover, the institutes will remain closed till 10th January and in the first week of January, the officials will again arrange a meeting to devise further plans to reopen the institutes.