Admissions

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

1. If you have any query regarding admissions which can be answered satisfactorily on the telephone, you may dial Convenor, Admission Committee at 99029216 and 99029452 at 99029470 during working hours. Members of the University staff will also be available for personal consultation during admission period.
2. Try to submit the application along with the required documents as early as possible. Do not wait for the
last date.
3. As soon as the process of selection is complete, the merit list will be notified showing the percentage admission marks of the applicants admitted in different disciplines against different categories.
4. All documents to be attached with the application Form F-I should be attested by a Class-I gazette officer of the government or Class-A officer of this University.

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

An applicant for admission to any of the B.Sc. Engineering Degree Courses, B.Sc. City & Regional Planning (CRP), Bachelor’s Degrees in Architecture, Product & Industrial Design and Computer Science (Hons) must fulfill the following eligibility requirements:-
He should have passed the Intermediate (Pre- Engineering) Examination with Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics from a Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education of Pakistan or an equivalent examination recognized by the University. However, Intermediate with Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science shall be acceptable only for
Computer Science, Computer Science & Engineering, City & Regional Planning (CRP), Architecture and Product & Industrial Design. Intermediate with Physics, Mathematics and Statistics shall be acceptable only for admission in Computer Science, City & Regional Planning (CRP), Architecture and Product & Industrial Design.

2. General Eligibility Requirements:

An applicant for admission to any of the Bachelor Degree course offered by the University must fulfill the following requirements:

a. He should have obtained at least 60% marks in F.Sc/ ICS/ DAE/ B.Sc/ B.Tech(Pass) Examination excluding Sports and Hafiz-e-Quran marks.
b. He should have appeared in the entry test arranged by this University for that particular Acedmic Session in which he seeks admission.
c. He should have atleast 60% adjusted admission marks determined as per clause 2 of the merit determination criteria.
d. He should be a bonafide resident of the area from where he seeks admission
e. He should meet standards of physique and eye sight laid down in the medical certificate. (Form II)

3. Seats for Diploma Holders/B.Tech (Pass) Degree:

a. For admission against seats reserved for the holders of Diploma of Associate Engineer, the candidate should have passed diploma examination of a Board of Technical Education in the relevant technology.
b. Applicants seeking admission against seats reserved for the holders of Diploma of Associate Engineer shall not be eligible unless their diplomas are in the relevant technology as specified against each degree course given below.

Electrical Engineering

Diploma in Electrical Technology
Diploma in Electronics Technology
Diploma in Instrument Technology

Mechanical Engineering

Diploma in Mechanical Technology
Diploma in Auto & Diesel Technology
Diploma in Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Technology

Mechatronics and Control Engineering

Diploma in Automation Technology

Civil Engineering

Diploma in Civil Technology

Chemical Engineering

Diploma in Chemical Technology

Petroleum & Gas Engineering

Diploma in Petroleum Technology

Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science

Diploma in Metallurgy & Welding Technology
Diploma in Welding & Sheet Metal Technology
Diploma in Welding & Fabrication Technology
Diploma in Foundry & Pattern Making Technology

Architecture

Diploma in Architecture

Mining Engineering

Diploma in Mining Technology

c. Applicants seeking admission against seats reserved for the holders of B.Tech.(Pass) Degree shall not be eligible for admission to the B.Sc./Bachelor’s Degree courses mentioned above unless their diploma are in the relevant technology as specified against each degree course as given in clause 2.3 (b).

EXPLANATION:

1. A candidate having diploma in any other technology shall not be eligible for admission.
2. B.Tech. (Pass) candidate should have his first diploma (on the basis of which he was admitted in B.Tech. degree course) relevant to the branch of Engineering in which he seeks admission.
4. Provisions about admission on the Basis of a B.Sc. Degree
a. Given the qualifications and restrictions stated below, a person is eligible for admission to the Bachelor’s degree courses at the University on the basis of a degree of Bachelor of Science.
b. A person possessing a B.Sc. degree is NOT eligible for admission to any Bachelor’s degree course at the University unless he has also passed F.Sc. (Pre- Engineering or Pre-Medical) examination.
5. Scope of Eligibility for B.Sc.’s with F.Sc. (Pre- Engineering)
a. For admission to the B.Sc. degree courses in Engineering other than those mentioned in 2.5 b & c, Computer Science, City & Regional Planning and Bachelor’s degree courses in Architecture and Product & Industrial Design, an applicant must have passed the B.Sc. examination with Physics and Mathematics.
b. For admission to the B.Sc. Courses in Chemical Engineering, Polymer & Process Engineering, Bio- Chemical & Pharmaceutical Engineering, Chemical & Polymer Engineering, Environmental Engineering & Management and Metallurgical & Materials Engineering an applicant, must have passed the B.Sc. Examination with Chemistry.
c. For admission to B.Sc. Courses in Mining Engineering, Geological Engineering and Petroleum & Gas
Engineering, an applicant must have passed B.Sc. examination with TWO of the following subjects:
1. Physics 2. Chemistry 3. Mathematics 4. Geology
6. Scope of Eligibility for B.Sc’s with F.Sc. (Pre- Medical)
a. For admission to the B.Sc. degree courses in Engineering other than those mentioned in 2.6 b & c, Computer Science, City & Regional Planning and Bachelor’s degree courses in Architecture and Product & Industrial Design, an applicant must have passed the B.Sc. examination with Physics and Mathematics.
b. For admission to the B.Sc. Courses in Chemical Engineering, Polymer & Process Engineering, Bio- Chemical & Pharmaceutical Engineering, Chemical & Polymer Engineering, Environmental Engineering & Management and Metallurgical & Materials Engineering an applicant, must have passed the B.Sc. Examination with Mathematics and Chemistry.
c. For admission to the B.Sc. courses in Mining, Geological Engineering and Petroleum & Gas Engineering an
applicant must have passed the B.Sc. examination with Mathematics and one of the following subjects:
1. Physics 2. Chemistry 3. Geology
7. Equivalent Examinations
The University recognizes the following examinations as equivalent to the Intermediate (Pre-Engineering)
Examination with Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics of the Pakistani Boards of Intermediate and Secondary
Education:
a. Intermediate (Pre-Engineering) Examination of the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Azad Kashmir;
b. Cambridge Overseas Higher School Certificate with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics;
c. British General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics;
d. F.Sc. (Pre-Medical) with Mathematics as an additional subject.
e. American High School Graduation Diploma (12th Grade) or equivalent.
8 No Age Restrictions
There is no age restriction seeking admission to any Bachelor’s degree course.
9. Sex
Both male and Female persons are eligible to apply for seats except Category F which is open for female applicants only.

DETERMINATION OF MERIT

1. Examinations considered for Merit Purpose

For admission to all the Bachelor’s Degree Courses and determination of merit the following examinations are considered:

  • a. Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (H.S.S.C) Pre-Engineering. or equivalent. or Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) or B.A. Sc.

  • b. For fixed seats only: Diploma of Associate Engineer or Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech. Pass)

  • c. Marks of Entry Test for Session 2010

2. Merit Determination

The comparative merit of applicants will be determined on the basis of adjusted admission marks obtained by them in these examinations:-

  • a. For applicant with H.S.C. (Pre Engineering) as the highest qualification:
    • i. H.S.S.C (Pre-Engg.) or equivalent including 70% Sports and Hafiz-e-Quran marks
    • ii. Entry Test marks 30%
  • b. For applicants with B.Sc. or B.A. Sc. as the highest qualification:
    • i. B.Sc. or B.A. Sc including Sports and 70% Hafiz-e-Quran marks or H.S.S.C (Pre-Engg.) or equivalent including Sports and Hafiz-e-Quran marks, in whichever a student has the highest %age
    • ii. Entry Test Marks 30%
  • C. For applicants having Diploma of Associate Engineer as the highest qualification (for fixed seats only)
    • i. Diploma of Associate Engineer including 70% Sports and Hafiz-e-Quran marks
    • ii. Entry Test Marks 30%
  • D. For applicants having B.Tech. Pass as the highest qualification (for fixed seats only)
    • i. B.Tech. Pass including Sports and Hafiz-e- 70% Quran marks or Diploma of Associate Engineer including Sports and Hafiz-e-Quran marks, in whichever a student has the highest % age
    • ii. EntryTest Marks 30%

3. Deduction of Marks for Examination passed by Parts If an applicant has passed any examination by parts, ten (10) marks are deducted for that examination while determining the adjusted admission marks. If the certificate of an applicant does not state whether he has passed the examination as a whole or by parts, he should submit with his application Form IV(a) & Form-IV(b), duly filled in and signed by the controller of examination concerned. In case any form is not submitted, ten marks will be deducted from the relevant examination marks obtained.

4. Merit of F.Sc.’s (Pre-Medical) with Mathematics. In determining the merit of an applicant having F.Sc. (Pre-Medical) with Mathematics as an additional subject:-

  • a. It is deemed that candidate has passed the examination by parts; and

  • b. The marks obtained in the subje ct of biology are replaced by those obtained in Mathematics.

5. Equivalence Of Certificates Upto H.S.S.C. Level
The equivalence and issuance of certificates, marks upto HSSC level other than issued by Pakistan’s Board is to be determined by the IBCC (Inter Board Committee of Chairmen) as per decision of the Supreme Court of Pakistan) Such applicants are required to attach an Equivalence Certificate showing marks with the application for admission issued by the IBCC. The following is the address of the IBCC IBCC 342, St. No: 97, Sector G-9/4, Islamabad

6. Credit for Hafiz-e-Quran0-20 marks will be added to the academic marks in HSSC or equivalent examination of an applicant who is Hafiz-e-Quran. He/She will get the benefit only he/she has:

  • i. filled in the necessary check box provided in the online application Form and

  • ii. Appeared before the “verification committee” appointed by the Vice Chancellor for oral test carrying 0-20 marks and the Committee awards marks according to the degree of his proficiency. The “Verification Committee” will hold oral test at 09:00 A.M. in UET Lahore on 9th & 10th of October 2010. It may be noted that no separate call letters will be issued to the concerned applicants in this connection.

7. Credit for Sports A maximum of ten marks will be added to the academic marks in HSSC or equivalent examination of an applicant who is sportsman. He will get the benefit only if he/she is:
i. filled in the necessary check box provided in the onlne application Form and
ii. appeared before the “verification committee” appointed by the Vice–Chancellor for credit of marks and the Committee will determine his proficiency as a Sportsman considering the following criteria:

  • “05 Marks for Physical Test showing actual performance and endurance”

  • “01 Marks for Inter College Champion”

  • “02 Marks for District Level Champion”

  • “03 Marks for Divisional Level”

  • “04 Marks for Provincial Level”

  • “05 Marks for National Level or under 18 representation abroad”urpose, in the office of the Chairman Sports alongwith Convener Admission Committee, at 9:00A.M. on 10th of October, 2010. It may be noted that no separate call letters will be issued to the concerned applicants in this connection.

8. Determination of Merit in case of Equal Percentage of Admission Marks If two or more applicants have equal percentage of admission marks (upto three places of decimal after trucncation), they shall be treated at par for the purpose of admission.

EXPLANATION:
In case there is a tie for the last seat in a particular discipline/category, then all the candidates who have secured equal percentage of admission marks (upto three places of decimal) shall be admitted. No transfer or new entry into that discipline/category shall, however, be considered unless the actual number of candidates already admitted falls below the number of allocated seats for that discipline/category.

9. Merit Determined Category-wise The seats for admission to the Bachelor’s Degreecourses at the University are distributed over various categories. These categories are discussed in Section 4 below. The details of the distribution of seats are available in the Seats Allocation Chart. The applicants for each category are grouped separately. Then on the basis of the percentage admission marks, comparative merit of the applicants comprising the group is prepared. The applicants belonging to a category thus compete for admission amongst themselves for the seats allocated to it. comprising the group is prepared. The applicants belonging to a category thus compete for admission amongst themselves for the seats allocated to it.

10. Transfer on the basis of given preferences and merit In case a seat in any discipline/category of higher preference given by a candidate falls vacant and he is eligible for transfer to that discipline/category on the basis of his merit, he shall be automatically transferred to the discipline/category. He will have no right to retain his admission in the previous discipline/category because the seat vacated by him shall be simultaneously allotted to the next eligible candidate on merit.

11. Variation in Seats The University authorities may exercise their right at any time to increase or decrease the number of seats allocated to any category and there shall be no appeal against such a decision.

12. Unutilized Seats If some seats allocated to any category (other than category A) remain unutilized for lack of adequate applicants, then the unutilized seats are transferred to category-A and are filled under the same terms and conditions as applicable to the former.