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MDCAT 2022 Conducted at 13 Centers of 9 Regions across KP
Sunday, 13 November 2022
Monday, 14 November 2022
The Medical Dental Colleges Admission Test (MDCAT) for admission to all public and private medical and dental colleges of the province managed by Education, Testing & Evaluating Agency (ETEA) in nine different regions of the province including Peshawar, Abbottabad, Kohat, Malakand, Swat, Swabi, Mardan, Bannu and Dera Ismail Khan. A total of 46,230 male and female students participated in the test, of which 27,871 were male and 18,359 female students.
The official announcement of the test results will be made by the Pakistan Medical Commission on November 17, while the answer bubble sheet copy of the concerned students along with the key will be uploaded on the ETEA website within 24 hours from which the students can draw their own results.
According to the details, 18295 students in Peshawar region, 4614 in Abbottabad region, 5416 in Swat region, 2693 in DI Khan, 2212 in Bannu, 5305 in Mardan region, 2183 in Swabi region, 2399 in Kohat and 3113 students in Malakand region participated in the said test. The parents of the students appreciated the efforts of Khyber Medical University and ETEA for the best arrangements for the test and expressed the expectation that these two institutions will also continue to provide all possible facilities to the students in the future.
Speaking on the occasion, the Secretary Higher Education Department Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Muhammad daud Khan said that due to the record increase in the number of male and female students this year, holding the test across the province was a big deal for KMU, ETEA and the provincial government. It was a great challenge in which by the grace of all mighty Allah we all are succeeded and we are deeply grateful to all the concerned institutions and organizers for peaceful conduction of the test.
Meanwhile, in a statement vice chancellor KMU Prof. Dr. Zia ul Haq expressed his gratitude to ETEA, KMU, all administrators, examination staff, civil administration, police and especially students and their parents for the successful conduct of the test, and expressed hope that all concerned will have the same feeling and enthusiasm to perform their duties with passion in the future. He said that the participation of such a large number of students in the test is a sign of confidence in the noble profession of medicine, which is a source of encouragement and satisfaction for all of us.