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MCAT 2014 ADMISSION SCHEDULE: Dates to remember

Attention MCATians!


MCAT 2014 

ADMISSION SCHEDULE


  1. (i)Availability of Entrance Test Kits4th to 9th August, 2014
    from 09:00 A.M to 02:00 P.M.
    (ii)Submission of Entrance Test Application Forms4th to 9th August, 2014
    from 09:00 A.M to 02:00 P.M.
    (iii)Issuance of Admittance Cards11th to 16th August, 2014, (excluding 14thAugust)
    from 09:00 A.M. to 02:00 P.M.
    (iv)Entrance TestSunday, 31st August, 2014
    (v)Registration for Hifiz-e-Quran Test11th, 12th and 13th September, 2014
    (vi)Hifiz-e-Quran Test15th to 20th September, 2014
    (vii)Availability of Prospectus and Admission Form23rd September to 2nd October, 2014 (Excluding Sunday),
    09:00 A.M. to 02:00 P.M.
    (viii)Submission of Admission Forms (Open Merit, under-developed, Disabled, Cholistan)23rd September to 2nd October, 2014 (Excluding Sunday),
    09:00 A.M. to 02:00 P.M.
    (ix)Medical Board of Disabled Candidate13th October to 16th October, 2014
    (x)First Selection List (MBBS)Thursday, 30th October, 2014
    (xi)Commencement of classes in medical collegesMonday, 17th November, 2014
    (xii)First Selection List (BDS)Wednesday, 10th December, 2014
    (xiii)Commencement of BDS classes

    Monday 22nd December, 2014




  2. The Entrance Test Kit containing the Information Booklet, Application Form and Admittance Cards will be available as per given schedule at the following institutions on payment of Rs.500/- in cash:
  • The University of Health Sciences Lahore
  • King Edward Medical University, Lahore
  • Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore
  • Fatima Jinnah Medical College, Lahore (for women only)
  • Nishtar Medical College, Multan
  • Quaid-e-Azam Medical College, Bahawalpur
  • Sheikh Zayed Medical College, Rahim Yar Khan
  • Ghazi Khan Medical College, D.G. Khan
  • Rawalpindi Medical College, Rawalpindi
  • Punjab Medical College, Faisalabad
  • Sargodha Medical College, Sargodha
  • Nawaz Sharif Medical College, Gujrat
  • Sahiwal Medical College, Sahiwal
  • Khawaja Muhammad Safdar College, Sialkot
  • Gujranwala Medical College, Gujranwala


IMPORTANT

  1. The candidates must reach their respective centres at-least one hour before the commencement of the Entrance Test on 31st August, 2014. The centres will be sealed / closed at 08:15 A.M. sharp.
  2. No candidate shall be allowed to sit the Entrance Test without a valid Admittance Card issued by the University. Candidates who fail to collect their Admittance Cards on specified date shall have their candidature revoked.
  3. No other document (e.g., Birth Certificate, B-Form, etc.) shall be acceptable in lieu of the domicile certificate of the candidate. Any candidate found to have domicile of more than one place shall be disqualified.
  4. Any candidate found to have submitted forged certificates or fake document at any stage of admission shall be permanently debarred from admission to any medical/dental college.
  5. Forms once submitted shall not be returned. Incomplete and unsigned forms will be rejected.
  6. Once the Admission Form is submitted, no revised result card will be acceptable.
  7. Applications / Forms received through post shall not be entertained. No Application / Form shall be entertained after due date for submission.
  8. Candidates having foreign qualifications such as A/O Level etc., shall have to provide the Equivalence Certificate issued by IBCC.
  9. Candidates are advised to study the Information Booklet/Prospectus before filling the Application Form or Admission Form respectively.
  10. Foreign Nationals/Dual Nationals of Pakistani origin, candidates of Sindh, Baluchistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, FATA and Gilgit Baltistan should contact their respective Ministries/Nominating Agencies/Admission Boards for admission against seats reserved for them in public sector medical and dental colleges of the Punjab. For more detail visit the  website: www.uhs.edu.pk

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