According to the details, the Sindh High Court SHC issued the notice against Punjab Medical Commission (PMC). The reason behind this notice is that the test date announced without giving any syllabus. Now, this act of the PMC is called contempt of court. Now, the PMC has revised the test date on Wednesday. The MDCAT test will held on November 29, 2020. The Punjab Medical Commission announced the approved MDCAT syllabus. According to the court ruling, the Board will have “the powers to formulate the examination structure and standards for the MCAT for approval of the Council.” Sindh High Court now approved the application of Jibran Nasir and issued a tender notice to PMC seeking a response in the November 24 hearing. The Sindh High Court also criticized this shameful act of PMC regarding the syllabus. He said that candidates have a right to mark questions that come out of the syllabus.
- According to the SHC, the invigilator will also distribute an objection form to every applicant at the time of entering into the examination hall, so first, he should be obliged to do an audit exercise as to how many questions are out of his syllabus.
- The candidate’s time wILL lapse and consumed to go through the entire question paper as an examiner and then fill the objection forms