UHS rejects rumors of MDCAT paper leakage
UHS MDCAT paper leakage news was roaming all over the social media after the commecment of test. However, UHS denies the rumors of paper leakage and criticize the social media campaign.
MDCAT held on Sunday and some unknown elements circulate the news of leakage of MDCAT paper. However, UHS condemned the news and asked Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to take action against those who are circulating the fake news.
In this regard, Prof. Dr. Junaid Sarfraz Khan, Vice Chancellor of UHS has written to cyber crime wing of FIA to investigate the matter and let the criminals to public who are spreading the news.
The fact is that some mischievous elements, after the conclusion of the test on Sunday, retyped and hand-drew a few questions and diagrams of Physics section of the paper and posted [them] on a fake Facebook account […]. The admin of the account gave an impression as if the paper was leaked before the test which is absolutely incorrect. The test concluded at 1200 noon that day whereas the questions were uploaded after more than four hours”, VC added.
VC said that purpose of the post was to create disturbance among the students. Vice Chancellor advised students not to believe on these false statements and said all such news are baseless. He ended up saying that UHS would not compromise on its principles of justice, merit, equity and transparency.