Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Sargodha
Upwards of 65,155 candidates, including 41,563 female and 23,592 male, eventually appeared in Medical and Dental Colleges Admission Test (MDCAT) which was re-driven by the University of Health Sciences (UHS) on Sunday.The Punjab government proclaimed the re-direct of MDCAT earlier this month after a strange state ask for found confirmation of spillage of the MDCAT paper of the test held tight August 20 last.
The test started at 0900 hrs and completed smoothly at 28 centers set up in Lahore, Sargodha, Sahiwal, Gujrat, Gujranwala Faisalabad, Bahawalpur, Multan, DG Khan, Rahim Yar Khan, Rawalpindi, Sialkot and Hassan Abdal.More than 5,500 invigilators and supervisory staff performed commitments at these core interests. Each one of the concentrations were settled at 8:15am. A far reaching number of police staff were sent at the concentrations to keep any aggravation of the examination.Ambulances and fire units were also made open at the concentrations to counter any untoward event.
In addition, close circuit TV (CCTV) cameras, PDA jammers and walk around portals were presented at genuine core interests. Body quest for the candidates was also conducted.There were proper approaches for disabled understudies, halting and sitting a tight area workplaces for the watchmen of the hopefuls. Go down power generators were also given at a bit of the centres.On the heading of the Punjab manager minister, senior chairmen and government officers, including ordinary secretaries, watched the test.
In Lahore, a total of 12,573 female and 6,705 male contenders appeared in the test at the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education examination passages on Lawrence Road, Punjab University examination entryways at Wahdat Road, Government Comprehensive Girls High School, Wahdat Road, Divisional Public School, Model Town, Govt Postgraduate College for Women Samanabad, University of Education, Township, Govt College of Science, Wahdat Road and Lahore College for Women University, Jail Road.UHS Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Faisal Masud went to various concentrations and checked the arrangements.In Rawalpindi, 7,612 candidates appeared in the test.
The amount of candidates in Multan was 9,969, Faisalabad 6,643, Gujranwala 3,382, Bahawalpur 3,221, Sargodha 2,689 Sahiwal 3,553, Gujrat 1,570, DG Khan 2,496, Rahim Yar Khan 1,997, Hassan Abdal 685 and in Sialkot 2,060 hopefuls appeared in the test.The question paper organized by the UHS this time was of single shading code as opposed to four assorted shading codes. The hopefuls were allowed to convey cut sheets with them however these fasten sheets close by the enlistment cards were appropriated by the invigilation staff after the test to dismiss sneaking of request outside the hall.
Talking to the media at Punjab University, Wahdat Road center, UHS VC Prof Dr Faisal Masud, said that the re-direct of MDCAT was basic as it would ensure authenticity and value. “We think about the hardship and anguish of these contenders and their people have stood up to yet to ensure value and sensible play, the re-lead of MDCAT was critical”, he said.He said that new standard working philosophy were delivered and new multi-layered wellbeing endeavors were made for each and every walk of arranging, printing, packaging and transportation of MDCAT paper.