HC rejects writ seeking cancellation of MBBS exam results
Live Correspondent: The High Court has rejected the writ petition filed seeking cancellation of erroneous results of the MBBS admission test in the 2020-2021 academic years by preparing a new merit list.
Again, if a candidate passed the HSC examination last year, then 5 marks of the applicants will be deducted. But the published results show that this rule was not followed in the case of many candidates. Only 5 marks have been deducted from the 7.5 marks of the candidates. As a result, the merit list has been prepared for those candidates with more than 2.5 marks.
For the first time in a test where no number is to be deducted, a merit list has been prepared by deducting 5 marks from many candidates.
According to the textbook approved by the National Curriculum and Textbook Board, at least two objective questions were answered correctly in this year's admission test. With that there was no correct answer to at least three impersonal questions