PMC Changes Admission Policy to Facilitate FSc and A2 Students


In a bid to limit the impact of interferences because of the pandemic, the Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) has chosen to work with the FSc. (Pre-Medical) and A2 Cambridge understudies in regards to applying for admission to Pakistani public and private clinical and dental universities.

The government minister for Education, Shafqat Mahmood, as of late held a significant gathering with the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on National Health Services, Dr. Faisal Sultan, to examine confirmations of these understudies in broad daylight and private clinical and dental schools. Following the turn of events, the PMC gave a notice on Sunday, saying that under its Undergraduate Education (Admissions, Curriculum, and Conduct) Regulations 2021, candidates for admission to clinical and dental universities can endeavor the MDCAT assessment regardless of whether they are yet to take their FSc. also, A-Level assessments. Because of disturbances looked by instruction frameworks in Pakistan and all throughout the planet because of the pandemic, all applicable specialists have set up uncommon arrangements to provide food for the influenced understudies during the clinical and dental school affirmation measures.

It reported that the MDCAT assessments will be led from 30 August to 30 September this year everywhere on the country. Understudies who are planned to take their A-Level assessments in October 2021 can likewise sit for the MDCAT in September 2021 while applying for admissions to clinical schools prior to taking their assessments