Sindh Excessive Courtroom (SHC) has issued notices to the Pakistan Medical Fee (PMC) on Monday over petitions searching for to problem the PMC’s eligibility criterion of 60 p.c within the written Bachelor of Dental Surgical procedure (BDS) admission take a look at.
The petitioners’ counsel, Haider Waheed, claimed that the PMC had began its admission course of however had disallowed candidates with lower than 60 p.c marks within the Intermediate examinations from taking the BDS entrance take a look at, which is unfair.
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He added that 515 out of 690 BDS seats in Sindh are vacant.
Upon inquiry, the court docket was apprised that the petitions have been filed by college students, medical faculties, and a non-governmental group.
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The SHC has issued a keep order on the restriction positioned by the PMC and has sought its reply by the subsequent listening to which is scheduled for 22 March.
In different information, the SHC has rejected an attraction filed by a former officer of the Federal Board of Income (FBR), specifically Mumtaz Nizami, and different offenders towards their sentence in a gross sales tax refund rip-off case.