KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) has rejected the decision of students to take an entrance test for admission in medical colleges on two dates.
The petition against the entrance test on two separate dates for admission in medical colleges was heard in the Sindh High Court.
After hearing the arguments of both parties, the court rejected the request of the students to take the entrance test on two different dates.
The Sindh High Court directed the Pakistan Medical Commission to ensure implementation of Corona SOPS and directed that students, supervisors and all staff strictly implement SOPs during the entrance test.
It may be recalled that earlier 5 universities and students of Sindh had challenged the law of uniform test while the date of entry test was fixed on November 15 under Pakistan Medical Council.
However, this month, the Sindh High Court had canceled the scheduled entry test on November 15 in a case related to the dispute over the entrance test for admission in medical colleges between the federation and Sindh.
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