Investigation Committee Recommends Retake of MDCAT

Previously, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government had decided to re-conduct the test after several students were found cheating using Bluetooth devices. This recent recommendation by the committee is a further step towards ensuring fairness and integrity in the examination process.

Committee Recommends Retake of MDCAT

The committee’s investigation concluded with a report that not only suggested a retake of the MDCAT but also proposed punitive measures against those involved in the paper leak. A summary of the inquiry team’s recommendations has been forwarded to the provincial cabinet for further action.

In an effort to thoroughly investigate the scandal, the committee has decided to involve the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) and the provincial Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE). The scope of the investigation will include government officials, influential individuals, students, and their parents. If charges against these individuals are proven, both the FIA and ACE will file cases against them.

This incident has highlighted the need for stringent measures to prevent such malpractices in the future. It is crucial to maintain the credibility of the MDCAT, as it plays a significant role in determining the future of many aspiring medical and dental students. The committee’s recommendations, if implemented, could serve as a strong deterrent against any future attempts at compromising the integrity of the examination process.

Final Decision on retake of the MDCAT

The final decision on the retake of the MDCAT and the subsequent actions against the culprits now rests with the Sindh Health Department and the provincial cabinet. The education community eagerly awaits their decision, hoping for a resolution that upholds the principles of fairness and justice.

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The Investigation Committee has recommended a retake of the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT) following a scandal involving a leaked paper. The committee, which was tasked with probing the incident, has submitted its findings to the Sindh Health Department.


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