NWFP medical dental colleges admission schedule
Admission schedule for NWFP medical dental colleges announced
Peshawar, Oct 1: Admission schedule, for public sector medical and dental
colleges of the NWFP, was finally announced after the declaration of
the entry test results for the admission to said institutions.
delay had caused serious concerns among the students and the parents,
who kept making phone calls to offices of various newspapers and
visiting the medical colleges to know about the admission schedule, but
to no avail. The only answer, which the authorities and medical
colleges had given them, was that the government had not yet approved
prospectus for admission.
When contacted, a member of the
admission committee Dr Jahanzeb said that approval of some reserved
seats caused the delay. "But now the prospectus has been approved and
sent for publication. It would be made available on October 9," he
Details of the admission schedule is available on the
official website of Khyber Medical College. According to the schedule,
October 19 is the last date for submission of the admission forms,
while medical examination for disabled candidates and test for
Hafiz-e-Quran would be held on October 21.
Final merit list
would be displayed on October 31. Interviews would be started from
November 2. The interviews for open merit would be held from November 2
to 8; for Fata seats on November 9 and 10; for backwards areas on
November 11 and 12; for disabled, minorities and overseas Pakistanis on
November 13 and for self-finance on November 14 and 15.
classes would be commenced from November 20, Dr Jahanzeb added. The
entry test for the admission was held on September 15. As many as
11,214 candidates had appeared in the test of which 4,016 had been
According to the prospectus, a total of
1,028 applicants would be given admission in the six medical and two
dental colleges of the province. Admissions to the newly set up Bacha
Khan Medical College and Kohat Medical College would also be made on
the basis of the same test.
Moreover, 27 students under
various quotas would also be admitted to public sector medical colleges
in other provinces of the country.Meanwhile, on the directives of
in-charge operation, Maj Gen Ashfaq Nadeem, the security forces
abolished three checkpoints in Mingora city and its suburbs and
less-required barriers were being vacated, Swat Media Centre said. Two
checkpoints were done away with in Haji Baba, Mingora and one in the
suburban Dangram area, situated four kilometres off the city.
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MoU signed to boost industrial research
Islamabad: Seoul National University (SNU), of South Korea and Institute of Space
Technology (IST) Pakistan signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU)
Wednesday to boost industrial research and production in different
areas of aerospace engineering.
The MoU was signed at Higher
education Commission (HEC) to enhance the collaboration between the two
universities in research fields. Chairman HEC Dr. Javaid R. Laghari was
the chief guest of the ceremony. Vice Chancellor of the Institute of
Space Technology (IST) Pakistan Engr.
Imran Rahman briefed the
senior faculty members of both the universities about the institute's
goals and the way it plans to support the nation's aerospace and
This MoU with Seoul National
University (SNU), South Korea aims at collaboration in enhancing
MS/Ph.D scholarships, Faculty exchange and R&D projects to be
managed jointly for sustainable development of both the nations. The news
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Reunion of old students
Peshawar: The Cadet College, Kohat has invited all its old cadets and
their families at the reunion on Sunday October 4, 2009 at the premises
of the college at 9.00 hrs. According to a press release of Kohatians
Association, the old cadets have been asked to attend the reunion
function along with their families.
The old cadets have been advised to
contact on Cadet College, Kohat Telephone No. 09229260070 or Ihsan
Ghani Mobile No. 03009048888 in case for further information. F.P Report
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