Sindh Medical College & University announced the entry test for the medical admissions. The application forms are invites by the Sindh Medical board through the NTS. After collection the application of eligible candidate NTS has announced the Test Date. The NTS Medical Test held on 28th October 2018 in Sindh. An entrance test for medical college that is being held as per the uniform admission policy across Sindh on Sunday was leaked last night.
The entrance test had been leaked and was being sold in Dadu, Hyderabad and Larkana. The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had taken several into custody for allegedly leaking the paper. However, National Testing Service (NTS) head Syed Masood Hussain Rizvi said reports regarding the test leaking have been doing the rounds for a week. “The paper that was being distributed is old,” he added.
“Ignore the date that is mentioned on the paper that was being sold,” Rozvi asserted.
Commenting on the leak, Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU) Vice Chancellor Dr Tariq Rafi said, “It is the responsibility of NTS to prepare and transport the tests to centers.”
Liaquat Medical University vice chancellor second Rafi’s statement and said, “We have nothing to do with the leak as the test is overlooked by NTS.” The admission test is being held in Karachi, Hyderabad, Larkana and Sukkur among other cities.
Last month, Dr Rafi had announced that for the first time in the history of medical and dental colleges in the province, students will be given admission through a uniform policy.
Addressing a press conference at the JSMU in Karachi on September 28, Dr Rafi had said, “Only Sindh domicile holders are eligible for admission in public medical institutions while domicile holders belonging to other provinces are eligible to apply in private medical colleges and universities.”
In the new admission policy, some changes had also been made to the quota of foreign students. Previously, students who did O and A levels were eligible for admission on seats reserved for foreign students but the new policy states that foreign national students should have acquired education from their respective host country in the last two years before applying.