Weightage of the Test
3.1 In accordance with the regulations of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council
(PM&DC), the merit of a candidate for the purpose of admission shall be worked
out by adding the marks of different examinations in the following ratio:
SSC or Equivalent – 10%
HSSC/FSc or Equivalent – 40%
Entrance Test – 50%
The Entrance Test 2016 shall be held on Sunday, 28th August, 2016. It will start
at 9.00 a.m. sharp.
5.1 The question papers for the Test shall be based on the syllabus approved by the
Competent Authority. The syllabus and sample questions are available on UHS
Pattern of Question Paper
The test shall consist of one paper containing 220 multiple-choice
questions (MCQs) – four options with single best answer- divided into Four (04)
(i) Physics (44 MCQs)
(ii) Chemistry (58 MCQs)
(iii) English (General for language proficiency) (30 MCQs)
(iv) Biology (88 MCQs)
6.2 The duration of Test shall be 150 minutes (2½ hours).
6.3 There shall be Negative Marking in the test. For each correct answer, five (05)
marks will be awarded to a candidate and for each incorrect answer one (01) mark
will be deducted from the total score. No mark will be deducted on not attempting
6.4 In accordance with the regulations of PM&DC, there shall be no pass marks in
the Entrance Test, i.e., no candidate shall be declared pass or fail in the Test.
Instead, total marks obtained by a candidate in the Test shall be declared.
Who can Apply
7.1 The candidates having domicile of any district of the Punjab and Federal
Capital Area (Islamabad) shall take the Entrance Test of the Punjab. For
admission against Open Merit, Underdeveloped Districts and Disabled
Students’ seats, the Entrance Test of Punjab is mandatory.
7.2 The candidates of Gilgit-Baltistan (Northern Areas) shall appear in the
Entrance Test of the Punjab for admissions against seats reserved for them in
Government Medical / Dental Institutes of the Punjab.
7.3 Children of Overseas Pakistanis/Foreign students/Dual Nationals of
Pakistani-origin can appear in the Entrance Test (If they have not passed SAT
II/SAT Subject examination with a minimum score of 550 marks each in three
science subjects of which two have to be Biology and Chemistry or American
MCAT® with minimum aggregate score of 24), for admission to Medical /
Dental Institutions against seats reserved for them under Pakistan Technical
Assistance Programme (PTAP) and Merit Seats for the Children of
Overseas Pakistanis/ Dual Nationals of Pakistani-origin in medical/dental
colleges of the Punjab.
8. Age Limit
8.1 In accordance with the regulations of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, there
is no maximum or minimum age limit for appearance in Entrance Test.
9. Required Academic Qualifications
9.1 The candidate has passed the Intermediate Science (HSSC/F.Sc.) Examination
(Pre-Medical Group) securing at least 60% (660/1100) unadjusted (excluding the
marks of Hifz-e-Quran, etc.) marks from a Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education in Pakistan.
The candidate has passed any other examination (e.g., A-Level, American 12th
Grade, I.B., etc.) of a foreign university or examining body, with the subjects of
Biology and Chemistry, declared as compulsory by Pakistan Medical and
Dental Council, and which, in scope and standard, is found equivalent, upon
certification by the Inter-Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC), Pakistan,
to the Intermediate Science (HSSC/F.Sc.) of Pakistan, with at least 60% or
9.2 No extra credit shall be given for qualifications higher than HSSC or
9.4 In case of foreign qualifications, the candidate must have passed HSSC
equivalent examinations with the subjects of Biology and Chemistry. The study
group mentioned by IBCC on his/her equivalence certificate shall have no effect
on the eligibility for admission.
9.5 A candidate who has appeared in the qualifying examination, i.e., HSSC, 12th
Grade or equivalent examination in the current year and whose result is still
awaited, may apply and sit the said test but he/she shall not be eligible for
admission to the MBBS or BDS, if he/she does not pass the qualifying
examination with the required percentage of marks as given in the Prospectus at
the time of submission of Admission Form.
10. Centres for the Test
10.1 (A) Southern Punjab
Multan, D.G. Khan, Bahawalpur and Rahim Yar Khan
(B) Central Punjab
Lahore, Faisalabad, Sahiwal, Gujrat, Sargodha, Sialkot and Gujranwala
(C) Northern Punjab
Rawalpindi and Hasan Abdal
11. How to Apply
11.1 Mode of Receipt of Entrance Test Application Form
Entrance Test Application Forms (in triplicate) alongwith the Information
Booklet and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding admissions, shall be
available at all the branches of the BankIslami Pakistan Ltd. (BIPL), situated in
Punjab and Islamabad from 18th July to 8th August, 2016 (excluding Saturdays
& Sundays) from 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. The nearest branch of the bank can be
located at http://www.bankislami.com.pk/branch_locator/. Entrance Test
Application Form can also be downloaded from UHS website (www.uhs.edu.pk).
11.2 Submission of Application Forms
11.2.1 The candidate shall fill the Application Form in triplicate with blue ball
point and after that paste color photographs (3.5 cm wide x 4.5 cm high)
on each copy of the form. He/she shall also fill a Fee Challan Form of
Rs.500/- available at BIPL branches.
11.2.2. The candidate shall submit the duly filled Application Form and Fee
Challan Form alongwith Rs.500/- in cash as the Entrance Test fee to
the concerned Bank Officer who will check his/her entries in the form.
11.2.3. No document is required to be submitted with the Application Form.
However, the candidates are advised to bring the copies of their
certificates, domicile, CNIC/B-Form, alongwith a blue ball point and a
gum stick to fill the form and paste photographs if they wish to fill the
Application Form in the bank. Otherwise, they can download the
Application Form from the UHS website (www.uhs.edu.pk), fill that in
triplicate at home and then submit it at the concerned branch of the bank
11.2.4. After receiving the fee, the concerned bank officer shall return the duly
attested “Candidate’s Copy” of the Application Form to the candidate.
Each candidate shall be issued a specific transaction code on his/her
application form which will help him/her track his/her roll number.
11.2.5. The Bank (BIPL) shall intimate the applicants for their Roll Numbers
and Examination Centres via SMS and E-mail alerts at their Mobile
Phone Numbers and E-mail addresses as provided by the candidates in
their Application Forms within 72 hours of the submission of
11.2.6. If a candidate does not receive SMS Alert or E-mail within 72 hours,
he/she can contact BIPL at their helpline Numbers Direct # 042-
35760203, Board # 042-35776793 & 042-35760141 Ext: 2552 / Cell #
0332-3073121. On providing the specific transaction code, the bank
shall issue Roll Number and Examination Centre to the concerned
11.2.7. The candidate must take a print of the Alert sent at his/her E-mail
address which will be his/her Roll Number Slip.
11.2.8. It is mandatory for a candidate to bring the print-out of the Roll
Number Slip and the “Candidate’s Copy” of the Application Form,
duly stamped by the bank, at the Examination Centre on the test day
without which no candidate will be allowed to appear in the test.
11.2.9. Candidates are required to submit their application by hand.
Applications received by post/E-mail shall not be entertained. Parents
or any other close relative of the candidate
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