NTS paper leakage: Chairman NAB orders to inquire the matter


Javed Iqbal, Chairman of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has directed concerned authorities to inquire the National Testing Service (NTS) paper leakage matter. The testing service institute will also be kept in account by the authorities. NTS, the entry test exam compulsory for taking admission at university level. NTS a well known testing service famous for its transparency failed to maintain its claim this time.

Recently news revealed that NTS medical college entry test for Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS) has been leaked out. The students and their parents demanded authorities to inquire the matter and to drag the responsible figures in court. Students despite of working hard deprives to get admission in medical institutes due to such culprits. Candidates asked for justice because despite of giving their best they got low grades in the test and they were forced to return back the questionnaire booklets to invigilators which is not in the rule.

According to reports, the hand behind the paper leakage is of NTS staff. NTS staff sold out the paper which leads it to circulate among the black sheep who try to snatch the right of talented students. Round about 7200 students have made their appearance in the exam. LUMHS have offered 363 seats this year, out of which 263 students were on merit while rest of 100 got admission on self-finance scheme.

Students along with their parents and teachers staged a protest against NTS. Students were holding banners & placards displaying chanted slogans against the responsible authorities. The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) received huge number of complaints against NTS. After viewing all the circumstances and demolishing of rights of students, Chairman NAB ordered to inquire and bring the concerned authorities and people in the court. Concerned authorities must be brought into circle as its the matter of future of many bright students.

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