The Medical College students Alliance (MSA) has expressed issues concerning the delay in examinations because of the closure of their establishments, and has demanded that the Authorities of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) conduct on-line examinations to avoid wasting time.
The MSA Chairman, Umer Ghafoor, stated at a press convention on the Peshawar Press Membership on Wednesday that their examinations had been postponed for seventeen months because of the pandemic, and that if the examinations weren’t carried out on-line now, they might stage a protest.
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He identified that whereas the opposite provinces had carried out on-line examinations for his or her medical college students and had exempted them from the sensible examinations, KP had simply been delaying the examinations.
“We took on-line lessons in the course of the closure of our schools, however no association has been made for holding on-line exams,” he said.
“Most of us belong to poor households who’ve spent large quantities of cash on our training, however regardless of that, our futures appear unsure,” he stated.
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Ghafoor harassed the significance of conducting on-line examinations and stated that the scholars who had taken the final examinations had contracted the coronavirus and certainly one of them died.
The Normal Secretary Amir Hamza, the Deputy Normal Secretary Mubain Khan, and different officers additionally attended the press convention.