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Medical and Dental Colleges / Institutes of Punjab (Pakistan)

Admissions: Allocation of Seats (3)


Total number of seats including reserved seats: (1736 + 388 + 22) = 2146

2.(I) Disabled students seats:

The admission of the disabled students will be on merit in their category, as per ordinance and subject to the production of following certificates from a Medical Board to be constituted by the Admission Board:-

(1) That he/she is a disabled student.

(2) That he/she is physically/mentally fit to carry on studies and perform professional duties after qualifying M.B.B.S. examination.



i) The candidates must have a domicile of the same Districts Areas, and must have completed his/her school and Higher Secondary Education (class one to twelve) from the same Districts Area.

ii). These seats will be in addition to any number of candidates being admitted on general merit from these Districts. The candidates from each of the above 6 Districts not admitted on general merit will complete with in the Districts for reserved seats. This would be subject to the condition of having passed F.Sc.( Pre Medical with minimum 65% marks) and Medical Entry Test (Minimum 40% marks) and meeting the minimum required criteria stipulated in the prospectus.

iii). Students admitted against these reserved seats from under developed Districts will be required to submit surety bond on stamped paper, duly attested, for amount of Rs. 100,000/- and with an under taking the he or she shall serve in the Districts of domicile for at least three years or in default thereof pay Rs.100,000/- in lump sum.

iii) FATA Seats: There are 7 seats reserved for Federally Administered Tribal Areas. The admission against these seats will be made by the Government of NWFP as per rules contained in the prospectus of NWFP Medical /Dental Colleges.

(iv) Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Northern Areas:


Candidates belonging to Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Northern Areas shall apply to their respective Nomination Boards who will forward their recommendations to SAFRON, Government of Pakistan. The Nomination Boards will determine the inter se merit of the candidates from AJ&K and Northern Areas for admission to the Ist year MBBS/BDS class of King Edward Medical University and Government Medical and Dental Colleges of the Punjab on the basis of Entry Test of Punjab and not NWFP. Only those candidates will be admitted to King Edward Medical University and others medical/dental colleges of Punjab, against seats reserved for Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Northern Areas whose nominations, together with the applications and certificates, are received through the Federal Government. Direct applications shall not be entertained. The Federal Government will forward nominations alongwith applications and all documents to the Govt. of Punjab, Health Department for their admissions. The candidates will bring the originals of all certificates when reporting for admission.

(v) Foreign Students seats:

(a) Under Technical Assistance Programme: The applicants seeking admission to King Edward Medical University and other Govt. medical colleges should submit their applications through their own government /embassies to the Government of Pakistan (Economic Affairs Division, Islamabad). The nominations against these seats, shall be communicated to the Health Department, Government of the Punjab, by Economic Affairs Division, Islamabad, for onwards transmission to the colleges concerned. Applications submitted directly to the Vice Chancellor/Principal or to the Government of Punjab, shall not be entertained.

(b) Afghan Refugee Students seats:

Candidates of this category will apply to the Ministry of State and Frontier Regions Division (SAFRON) through their respective Commission rates.

(vi) Foreign Students seats on Self-Finance Basis:- The applicants seeking admission on self-finance basis will be required to contribute to the university/college endowment fund in addition to the normal fee. This contribution will be prescribed by the Boards of Management of the Medical and Health Institution concerned from session 2005-2006. However, such students will apply to the Higher Education Commission, Government of Pakistan, Islamabad. The nominations against these seats shall be communicated to the Health Department, Government of the Punjab, by the Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, for onward transmission to the King Edward Medical University/colleges concerned. The students will pay the requisite amount as mentioned above every year till the completion of their MBBS course. In case a student repeats any class at his/her own accord or fails in the examination, he/she will have to pay the same amount as prescribed by the Board of Management of the concerned Medical and Health Institution for each extra year.

Note I : Students admitted against self finance seats shall stay in the same category.

Note II: The nominations by the various governments/authorities against reserved seats shall reach the Vice Chancellor/Principal of the college concerned not later than the start of the session and the students shall be directed to report to the university/college in the beginning of the session on a date to be announced by the concerned university/college.

Note III: Admission will be closed after a lapse of a period of three months from the start of first year MBBS classes.

Note IV: Application forms for admission of candidates from foreign countries, shall be submitted along with attested copies of certificates:

(a) Certificate of having passed Intermediate Examination (pre-medical) with national language, Physics, Chemistry (Including Organic Chemistry) Biology and English as subject of the examination or an examination considered equivalent to the Intermediate (pre-medical) examination by the Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC), Islamabad.

(b) In case of the foreign students a certificate to the effect that the candidate can read, write and speak English fluently enough to be able to benefit from the theoretical and practical classes should be obtained from the Government or Ambassador or other competent authority of the country concerned or from the Pakistan Embassy in that country.

Note V: (a) Application forms for foreign students for admission against PTAP seats may be downloaded from the Website given or contact Economic Affairs Division, Islamabad, Tel: 92-51-9201868

(b) Application forms for foreign students for admission against self finance seats may be downloaded from the Website given or Higher Education Commission, Islamabad, Tel: 051-9040316.

vii) Reciprocal Seats:

a) The candidates from other provinces on reciprocal basis will be selected by the respective Provincial Governments. The distribution will be as under: -

NOTE: As a goodwill gesture, the Government of Punjab have provided ten seats for Balochistan domiciled students to be nominated by the Balochistan Government for admission in MBBS class in KEMU and other Government Medical Colleges of Punjab on unilateral basis.

The nomination against reciprocal seats will be communicated to the Secretary Health, Government of Punjab by the respective Provincial Health Secretary.

b) Admission of Punjab Domicile Students in other Provinces on Reciprocal Basis.

Five students of Punjab Domicile will be admitted in medical Colleges in Provinces of Baluchistan and NWFP as mentioned below: -


Khyber Medical College, Peshawar 1


Bolan Medical College, Quetta 4


Grand Total: 5


Note: Applications submitted by students for admission in King Edward Medical University and medical Colleges in the Punjab will also be considered for reciprocal Seats. Separate applications will not be required in this behalf.

vii). Self-Finance Seats

(a). Admissions would be open to Punjab domicile.

(b). Admissions would be on merit.

(c). Fee shall be Rs.2,50,000/- per annum, in addition to normal fee.

(d). In case a student repeats any class at his/ her own accord or fails in the class/ University Examination, he/she will have to pay the same amount as mentioned above for each extra year.

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