Medical admission test will be held in the light of the complete syllabus. Admission test will not be in short syllabus.
Additional Director General of the Department of Health Education (Education) Professor. Abu Yusuf Fakir has said that the medical admission test for the 2021-2022 academic year will be in the complete syllabus. Not in the short syllabus. He made the remarks while talking to The Daily Campus about the medical admission test.
Earlier, the Department of Health Education held a meeting on January 17, 2021-22 to discuss the medical admission test. At the meeting, a policy decision was taken to conduct the admission test of the medical college for the 2021-22 academic year as per the previous rules. A notification will be issued soon with detailed information in this regard.
Health Education and Family Welfare Secretary at the meeting. Saiful Islam Badal presided over the function. Among others, Director General of the Department of Health Education Prof. AHM Enayet Hossain, Additional Director General of the Department of Health Education (Education) Prof. Dr. Abu Yusuf Fakir, Director of the Department of Health Education (Medical Education and Manpower Development), Professor. AKM Ahsan Habib was present.
At the meeting, a member of the examination organizing committee raised the issue of taking admission test in a short syllabus. But the rest of the members voted against it. As a result, the meeting decided to take the admission test as per the previous rules.
Additional Director General of the Department (Education) Professor. Abu Yusuf Fakir said that the issue of short syllabus was raised in the meeting. But no one agrees with that. Therefore, the admission test of 2021-22 academic year will be held in the light of the complete syllabus. Admission test will not be in short syllabus.
Incidentally, in the Corona epidemic, on April 2 last year, medical admission tests were held simultaneously across the country in the 2020-21 academic year. 1 lakh 22 thousand 84 people applied to participate in the admission test against 4 thousand 350 seats in 36 government medical centers. More than 1 lakh 18 thousand students were present in the examination. The results were released on April 4, one day after the admission test. 46 thousand 46 thousand 975 people passed it.