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Sindh govt annuls NTS entry test for medical colleges

KARACHI: The entry test for admission in public sector medical colleges and universities in Sindh conducted by the National Testing Service (NTS) on October 22 has been annulled. This was confirmed by a notification issued by the Health Department on Saturday stating that the admission test was cancelled on the directives of Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah. CM Sindh issued the directives on the recommendations of an inquiry committee constituted by the health department which reportedly found irregularities in conducting…

Sindh CM constitutes inquiry committee into NTS paper leak

KARACHI: On instruction of Sindh Chief Minister Murad Shah, the health department has constituted a five-member inquiry committee to probe the allegations of leaks of public sector medical colleges/universities entry test, National Testing Service (NTS) examination, papers conducted on October 22, 2017. The committee comprises Aijaz Ahmed Mahesar, special secretary health as chairman and Mohammad Akhlaq, director general health, Dr Khalil Ahmed Pathan, MS Government General Hospital Lyari, Mohsin Shailkh, additional…

Unprecedented: Entry tests of Sindh medical colleges conducted together

KARACHI: The admission tests of medical colleges and universities in five major cities of Sindh province are being taken concurrently in an unprecedented way, ARY News reported on Sunday.  For the first time, the entry tests for medical colleges and varsities in Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Larkana, and Nawabshah are being conducted together in the respective cities of Sindh province. In Karachi, the tests are being conducted at Dow Medical College, Jinnah Postgraduate Medical College, Lyari Medical College, Karachi…