Students from across the country are protesting against the management of the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) for conducting ‘mismanaged’ Medical and Dental College Aptitude Test (MDCAT).
Students claim that there were administrative problems during the test. The software and hardware used by PMC for the exams had malfunctioned. They claim that the servers used for the exams were frequently down.
The protesters want the Pakistan Medical Commission to conduct the MDCAT again on a single day across the country.
As per reports, PMC called the students for negotiations after which a five-member delegation held a meeting with the PMC management. However, they could not reach any decision and students are still protesting.
Students plan to march towards PM House today (Wednesday) at 6pm to stage further protests.
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