The purpose of this blog is to assist all the medical students seeking admissions in NUMS affiliated colleges. It is a complete guide and provides all the information regarding syllabus, admission process, fees structure, past papers links etc.
This year as well there are no changes that have been made in the syllabus. Although the criteria for the students appearing in the exam will be “sixty percent marks in intermediate can sit in the exam”. Also, the passing score will be 120 out of 180 in the test taken with the time limit of 150 minutes.The test date announced by NUMS is
There is a big number of student base when It comes to sitting in the entry test for MBBS and BDS. Every year thousands of male and female candidates sit for this exam and many of them fail to pass. Many students out of failure lose hope and, in the end, either discontinue their education paths or change their career paths considering the negative environment their families and the peer pressure around them creates for them.
These students do not try to go beyond these two fields; MBBS and BDS. If they do so there are many other fields that these students who have failed to pass the entry tests can apply and continue their career path in medicine. The purpose of this blog is to provide first-hand knowledge regarding the other fields that exist beyond BDS and MBBS.
Students are looking forward to getting admissions in engineering universities of Pakistan for the year 2020. The role of engineering universities is very much evident in a country like Pakistan where engineering and medical are the most valuable and talked about fields. It is important for engineering graduates to have these degrees in hand as they seek a handsome amount of pay cheques as they enter the job market.
We have a couple of important fields in engineering that many students look forward to. Which includes chemical engineering, electrical engineering and architecture engineering programs as well. It is right to say that the scope of these degrees is increasing everyday bringing in more opportunities for the students in Pakistan. The purpose of this blog is to provide the information regarding admissions in engineering universities, admission dates etc.
National university of Science and Technology is a well-known university for Engineering in Pakistan and all over the world. The admission test taken to get into this university is known as NUST Entry Test which is NET. The purpose of this blog is to provide information regarding NUST merit list to our valuable education seekers. The information provided in this blog may vary.
NUST conducts its entry test various times in a year so the merit lists are also issued for about 6 to 8 times in a year belonging to the multiple engineering disciplines NUST offers for Engineering students. This year as well this entry test was successfully conducted online (computer based) in Islamabad and paper based in Quetta and Karachi. From various sources it was announced that the merit list will be uploaded on fifteenth of the month of September’ 2020. Ideally the tests happen on time but this time paper-based tests are held on the eleventh of the month of September’ 2020.
Observing the difficulty this COVID has imposed upon us, and the impact it has given to many countries around the globe. It can be seen that all these countries are at different levels to understand the situation and to reopen the schools.
In Pakistan, the Federal minister has announced September 15th as the tentative date to reopen the schools in Pakistan. Two provinces Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have considered this and have decided to stay firm with the decision. Although it is very difficult to handle such a situation where the lives of many including students, teachers and other people involved are at risk.
It is right to begin with a thought that education is the backbone of any country and plays a vital role in the development of economy and society as a whole. Education in Pakistan is developing and is leading towards the improvement in lifestyle for the people in this country.
Graduate universities are producing professionals, who end up contributing for the welfare of the society. There are thousands of graduates who put in efforts of almost 9 years of their lives and end up being health professionals and provide their service for us.