Admission Procedure/Rules for Bachelor/BS (4 years), Pharm-D, Master, and B.Ed. Programmes

31 October 2018
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  •  The admissions into BS or equivalent programmes/ Pharm-D / MA/M.Sc shall be widelyadvertised (both in local and national print media as well as social media)by the office of Admission.
  • The admission shall be open to all as per Khyber Pakhtunkhwa University Act including for those as per quota approved by the competent authorities from time to time, provided the approved eligibility criteria for the programmes are met.
  • Applications shall be received and processed online as per procedure advertised at the time of admissions.
  • The admission shall be based on merit established through the performance of the candidates in SSC or equivalent, the first year of HSSC or equivalent or BA/B.Sc (as the case may be) and the percentage marks in the entrance exam (NAT/ETEA/ETC/ other approved modes of entrance test). The acceptable percentage marks in entrance test shall be as approved from time to time by the competent authority.
  • Candidates without valid results of the entrance test shall be allowed to register for admission. However, their cases shall be considered for admission only after fulfilling the eligibility requirements duly supported documentary evidences.
  • The Admission offered shall be initially considered provisional and shall be confirmed through a notification by the HoD after due verification of the supporting documents. Any mistake in the documentary evidence or false statement on part of the candidate may lead to the cancellation of admission.
  • In cases of equivalency, only a certificate issued by the IBCC shall be considered acceptable for the purpose of admission.
  • A candidate may apply for admission to more than one degree programme with the condition to clearly state priorities. In case a student fails to accept an offer made in a programme of his first choice during the due period, he may be considered for admission into any other programme depending of the availability of seats as per his eligibility and merit.
  • A Candidate can apply on general merit as well as on reserved quota at the same time. In case of unavailability of eligible candidates for a particular programme under reserved quota or open merit may be considered interconvertible with the approval of the Vice Chancellor.
  • For merit determination :
    1. FOR BACHELOR/BS (4 YEAR) AND PHARM-D PROGRAMMES
      1. A 10% weight allocated to the percent marks in SSC/Equivalent
      2. B 40% weight allocated to the percent marks in the 1st year of HSSC/Equivalent
      3. 50% weight allocated to the percent marks in NAT/Entrance Test (ETEA)/ETC (HEC)/ other Provinces Testing Agencies with valid passing marks.
      4. Merit = A + B + C
    2. FOR MA/MSC, PROGRAMMES
      1. 10% weight allocated to the percent marks in SSC/Equivalent
      2. 20% weight allocated to the percent marks in HSSC/Equivalent
      3. 20% weight allocated to the percent marks in 3rd year of BA/BSc/Equivalent
      4. 50% weight allocated to the percent marks in Entrance Test NAT/ ETC (HEC)/ other Provinces Testing Agencies with valid passing marks.
      5. Merit = A + B + C + D
  • A general merit list shall be displayed online as well as Departmental Notice Boards opened for queries.
  • Queries regarding merit list shall be entertained within the notified time period both online as well as through mode of communication by the office of the respective HoD.
  • After entertaining all sorts of queries etc, the HoD shall notify offer of admission through a list displayed online as well as on the departmental notice boards.
  • In case of availability of seats admission could be extended through the notification of second, third, etc merit lists.
  • The provisionally admitted students shall submit their supporting documents in original in the office of the respective HoD for verification. Any evidence found contradictory to the already submitted copies of the documents at the time of online admission may lead to the cancellation of admission.
  • There shall be no requirement of provision of NOC/ study leave for admission in any degree programme at KUST.
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