The medical officer examinees, who could not pass the written examination for recruitment at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University demanded re-examination, accusing the authorities of irregularities.
The result of the written examination was published on May 12, selecting 820 candidates from where 200 medical officers will be recruited.
The written examination was held on March 22 and 8,557 candidates took part in the examination.
At a press conference held at the National Press Club, the unsuccessful candidates alleged that the examination was disputed by gross anomalies.
The irregularities included question leaking, violating condition of recruitment and involvement of BSMMU officials in the examination process whose relatives were also candidates.
When contacted, the BSMMU vice-chancellor Kanak Kanti Barua denied the allegation of any irregularities.
He said the unsuccessful candidates were raising the allegations out of frustration.
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