The Registrar office issues Admission Notice.
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Result awaiting students can apply for Bachelor level programs by adding only Matric/SSC marks.
Online admission activity can be divided into
Step# 01: Basic Registration Process
Step# 02: Provide Personal Information
Step# 03: Provide Educational Information
Step# 04: Apply For Program(s) You Are Interested
Step# 05: Generate/Print Challan Forms of Your
Step# 06: Pay Fee Against Those Challans
Step# 07: Provide Fee deposit Information
Step# 08: Print Application(s)
Step# 09: Attach all required documents including
challan form with each copy of application form and send them to
Directorate of Students' Affairs.
Application Processing Fee
||Programs With Entry Test
||Programs Without Entry Test
|Prospectus/Application Processing Fee
|Entry Test Fee
|Additional Fee (Per Form)
|Admission Start date
||Admission Last date
|Test/Interview (Bachelor Level)
||Display of 1st Merit List
|Display of 2nd Merit List
||Display of 3rd Merit List
|Commencement of Classes
For admission in more than one programs, please do not register again for each program. Just login using your existing CNIC and password, under programs tab add another program and generate challan for new program.
It is mandatory for the applicants who are applying online
that they must send printed copyies of their applications to the
office of Directorate of Students´ Affairs or to their
On system generated challans, the cost of first form will be Rs. 1900/. Any subsequent form (2nd, 3rd, 4th..) will cost you Rs. 600/- per form.
If you are applying for a program which requires an
entry test. The entry test fee will be included in system generated
challan of that application and you don´t need to pay the entry
test fee against any separate challan.
Payment of fee (Rs. 1900) against first challan is mandatory. Your application will not be accepted if you ignored the first challan and paid fee against 2nd, 3rd etc challans.
For multiple applications, make each set of
application before sending to the Directorate of Students´
Affairs. For example: if you applied for two programs i.e. MSc
(Chemistry) and MSc (Zoology). Take two prints of your application
form, attach all required documents including the challan form copy of
each application and send them to Directorate of Students´