The arguments on the petitions challenging the Punjab Pre-Medical Entrance Test (PMET) conducted by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot, on May 17 will continue on Wednesday.
Petitioners’ counsels Girish Agnihotri, IPS Kohli and Jagmohan Bansal concluded their arguments in a court hearing here lasting 90 minutes. They alleged that the question paper was not in keeping with the university prospectus. They also submitted details of the 40-odd questions which the petitioners had claimed to be wrong.
It was also alleged that various questions had multiple answers, while there were questions whose answers given in the keys released later were also wrong.
Petitioners say answers of 23 questions were wrong. There were major printing errors in nine questions and in the third category, 11 questions were such in which choices offered were more than one.
The counsels for the university and candidates with good will start their arguments on Wednesday.