The Khyber Medical University (KMU) has recently proposed a new date for the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT) in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The proposed date is November 19 is a day for medical students who aspire to pursue their careers in the medical field.
This decision was made due to several concerns and complaints about the previous test held on September 10, which led the interim government to nullify the results.
In order to rectify this situation, KMU has formally requested the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) to allow the re-conducting of the MDCAT test within six weeks of the previous attempt.
The Peshawar High Court has also issued directives for the re-administration of the MDCAT Test Schedule in the province. KMU is now urging the PMDC to authorize the upcoming test is scheduled for November 19. It’s important to note that no additional fees will be charged to candidates for this re-conducted examination.
Currently, KMU is waiting for a response from the PMDC regarding the proposed date for the MDCAT test. The decision will significantly impact the future of numerous medical aspirants in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, making it a matter of utmost importance.
The rescheduling of the MDCAT test to November 19 represents a crucial moment for prospective medical students in the region.
As the legal and administrative processes continue, it remains uncertain whether this proposal will be approved, ensuring a fair and transparent opportunity for all aspiring medical professionals. Updates on the situation will be provided as they become available.