Institute of Industrial Electronic Engineering (PCSIR)
Mehran University of Engineering & Technology
Mehran University of Engineering and Technology- Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto
National university of Compute & Emerging Sciences
NED University of Engineering and Technology
National University of Sciences and Technology
Karachi Institute of Economics & Technology (KIET)
Quied-e-Awam University Engineering, Sciences and Technology
Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology
Sindh Agriculture University
Sukkur Institute of Business Administration
Usman Institute of Technology
Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology
MEDICAL COLLEGES IN SINDH:
A medical school is more often referred to in Pakistan as a medical college. As a college that normally has a separate campus, a medical college is affiliated with a university. Medical schools are both private and public in the province of Sindh.
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The Punjab Government has announced 22,000 scholarships for deserving students from Balochistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, and formerly Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar made this announcement in a press conference on Friday. Governor Punjab said that the four-year scholarship program will offer 1,216 fully-funded and 18,346 half-funded scholarships for deserving students. Moreover, the existing Baloch students’ scholarship will also remain intact.
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.
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.
#The confusion of medicine and engineering
# what to choose between medicine and engineering
# what is a better career choice? Medicine or Engineering.
Medical Vs Engineering has always been a confusion when students are looking forward to choosing their career paths. Unfortunately, in Pakistan there are very limited options for students in public sector universities but the private sector is filled with multiple options. Thanks to the immense opportunities in both the field to which students get attracted and pursue their careers. According to a wise man, it is better for a man to listen to his or her inner voice at first before making any decision.
To all the students who have imagined themselves as successful graduates of NUST are well aware of this NET test. Which is essentially required to get admission in NUST. In this blog, we will discuss why NET is important, what score you should bag to get in.
NET stands for National Eligible Test, which is conducted at three locations, that is Islamabad (NUST Campus), Karachi and Quetta. At Islamabad the Test is conducted in computer-based format. In Karachi and Quetta, it is in paper-based format conducted in April & July.
First of all, you are allowed to appear in NET once you are done submitting your application. The tests results are out usually 10 days after the test happens. The test score is out of 200 marks, and comprises 200 MCQs. Let’s say if you attempt 100 MCQs and all of them are correct, you will end up scoring 100 marks. But regardless to mention, the 100 marks score is very low.