PMC MDCAT result 2021 announced after post analysis

Protesting students reject PMC results 2021


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PMC MDCAT result 2021 announced after post analysis

Education Desk :

Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) has formally announced the National Medical and Dental Entry Test (MDCAT) 2021 after post-analysis on Saturday morning. Students across the country received their official results in the morning.

The PMC had withheld its official results in the aftermath of protests by students across the country. “The test approved and analyzed by the third party”, Ali Raza, the Vice-President PMC told a crowded press conference in Islamabad.

The federal government had directed the Quad e Azam University to conduct a post-test analysis of the PMC MDCAT tests across the country. “We have addressed the grievances of students in a transparent way”, Mr. Raza asserted in the press conference.

Protesting students reject PMC result

However, the protesting students have out-rightly rejected the PMC announced and termed it an attempt to what they call depriving deserving and competent students. “This is an injustice with students of Balochistan”, Muhammad Akram, a student from Quetta said.

As per the PMC statistics, more than 34 percent of students passed the examination conducted during the month of September throughout the country. A total of 1,95,000 students appeared in the test for more than 18,000 seats in medical colleges of Pakistan.

Students in Balochistan have been protesting against the PMC and MDCAT tests for last more than a month. They have demanded cancellation of the test and termed it a conspiracy to deprive students of Balochistan from medical colleges of the country and province.

CM Balochistan takes notice of students protest 

Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan had also taken notice of the protest and directed the concerned quarters to contact the PMC  to address the grievances of the students. Political parties and civil society have lashed out at the PMC for conducting a controversial test.

“How can a student from Awaran compete with a student of Islamabad”, Muhammad Faizan, one of the protesters told Quetta Voice.

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