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Preparing for any exam is not hard we made it hard by taking stress. If anyone really wishes to study well for the NUST entrance exam, he/she needs to hit the textbooks because textbooks are the one source/notes which you have to go thoroughly to revise the concepts which you have already learned. In order to complete the exam with flying colors, students need to cover the ground. In order to be well prepared, students need to split the subjects into the amount of days left for the exam. Make Time table divide the subjects as per your capacity to study. Joining Academy won’t help instead go for online preparation.

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Entry Test Registration Form:
There are two main procedures to be admitted to this institute. In order to be admitted to this institute, an individual must have two key characteristics. Before entering the test procedure and after entering the test procedure. Applicants are directed to take the NTS-National Testing Services exam to be admitted to the National University of Medical Sciences. The Entry Exam will be held for the 2021 program in August. If you want to know more about the entry exam, you are asked to go to the official NUMS website.
The National Medical Sciences University has an online registration facility for the benefit of long-distance candidates. Students are directed to go to the official website of this institution and to use the application Registration Number given in the Institute Prospectus.
A prospectus is mandatory for MBBS and BDS admissions to the AMC. The prospectus fee is RS 3300 and after the prospectus has been purchased, the applicant will have to register in order to continue his/her admission.
Eligibility Criteria for MBBS, BDS , BSc , MLT:
• Minimum percentage should be 60% in HSSC and SSC.
• FSC part 1 students can also apply to get confirmation of their admission.
• IBCC certificate is required for O and A levels students.

• 60% in HSSC Examination in required.
• Only Females can apply
• 50% marks are required in HSSC Examination

Details Day / Date
Start online Registration For Entry test Monday 15
Last date for Online Registration form Submission Monday 29, 3:00 PM
Entry Test Will be Conduct on Sunday 18, November 2021
NUMS Entry test Fee Rs 3000/-


FAST National University of Computer and Emerging sciences has announced the admissions for 2021.Admissions are open in all campuses (Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Peshawar, Chiniot).  University offer admissions in several disciplines in which computer science (CS), BBA hons, civil engineering, electrical engineering, data science, artificial intelligence, accounting & finance, software engineering, management sciences and mathematics.

Fast National University has provided admissions for the programs BS Hons. , MS/M.phil and Phd. Candidates can apply now by submitting their application form and enrolling in university entrance exam. The University performs the admission test for all programs and then determines the merit on the basis of the admission test and the academic mark.

FAST NUCES Fall Admissions Last Date to Apply Online: 8 July 2021.


  • Register yourself online from FAST university websites.
  • Enter your correct information on form.
  • Fee Chalan will be generated on the basis of your application form.
  • Print your Fee Challan and submit it on any branch of Faisal Bank.
  • University will verify your fee within 2-3days.
  • Print your admission card and visit your center on the date of test.


The fee structure for all services is very straightforward and the university focuses on limited but quality programmes. The tuition for BBA, BS (CS), BS Engineering and BS (A&F) at Lahore and Islamabad campuses will be 152,000 in the first semester as well as the fast NU fee at Karachi, Peshawar and Chiniot campuses for the same subjects will be 135,000. If you want to see a comprehensive fee schedule for all BS, MS and Phd program


  • 50% marks in intermediate or equivalent degree. 60% in Matric.
  • For engineering students must require 60% in Intermediate and 60% in Matric.
  • If intermediate result is not announced than your matric marks will be used for calculate merit by 0.9 factor multiplication.


  • 16 years education from HEC recognized institute with 2.0 CGPA.
  • Admission will be provided on the basis of NU Admission test which need to be clear with 60%.


  • 16 years education from HEC recognized institute with 3.0 CGPA.
  • 60% Marks in GRE or GAT .



LUMS is an outstanding place to read, explore and transform. You have the right to ask questions here, challenge ordinary creativity and ignite it. With innovative ideas, we seek out bright and curious minds to build an inspiring group of leaders and change-makers.

In 2001, LUMS initiated its National Outreach Programme (NOP) to spread the advantages of world-class education to talented students across Pakistan, rendering it a truly national university.

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Today, Karachi University is the country’s biggest university. It contains eight schools in which all of the city’s colleges are affiliated. PhD, B.S., M.S., M.Phil. classes are offered on campus under five of these faculties: Humanities, Technology, Pharmacy, Management and Administrative Science and Islamic Studies, while the students admitted to their affiliated colleges are studied under the Faculties of Medicine, Law and Education.

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Sindh’s Minister for Education, Saeed Ghani, has ruled out the possibility of an academic winter break in the province this year

Sindh’s Minister for Education, Saeed Ghani, has ruled out the possibility of an academic winter break in the province this year. He explained that Sindhi students have already enjoyed enough extended holidays in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. “Therefore, winter vacations are out of the question right now,” he declared.

However, he added that the final decision on the matter will be taken during the meeting of the National Command and Operations Centre (NCOC) next week.


Government might announce a one-month-long winter break if the COVID-19 situation at educational institutions worsens

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the government might announce a one-month-long winter break if the COVID-19 situation at educational institutions worsens. The announcement was made on Monday at a press conference that followed the National Coordination Committee (NCC) meeting.
Khan said that the government will closely monitor the situation for another week and will base its decision on consultations with provincial and other authorities. “Regarding schools, we have decided to monitor the situation for another week. If we observe that the virus is spreading through schools, then we will extend winter vacations and reduce summer vacations,” he said while briefing the media after the meeting.