Admissions Offers In Government Colleges Karachi


Karachi, Chairman of CAP committee, Prof. Dr. Nasir Ansar and Director General of College in Sindh and held a joint press conference in which a declaration has been issued that government has formulated a Centralised Admission policy for the year 2012-13 under which admission has been offered to the students in first year classes. The admission will be granted in six disciplines like Computer Science, Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medical, Commerce, Home Economics and Humanities. Admission forms will be issued and accepted from Friday July 27 to August 9, 2012. The closing date for submission of admission form is August 10, 2012 which may be extended to one week if deemed necessary.

About 42 branches of Meezan Bank located in 18 town of the city have been tasked for issuing and collection of admission forms of the payment of only Rs.60. Students other than Karachi board should submit marks sheets with their application forms. The number of students passing matriculation exams this year comes to 109,963 whereas there are 100,015 seats including 5,000 seats reserved for the students of O level, are available in government colleges of Karachi. There are total 132 government colleges in Karachi in which 67 for male and 65 for females student and 24 Higher Secondary schools comprising of 11 for male and 13 for female.

Students failed in one or two subjects are also given chances for taking admission with conditions in order to save their precious year. Two percent quota for co-education for female students and two percent for disabled candidates has been reserved this year. Free books will also be provided to the students from the very first day.

About the Author

has written 7395 stories on this site.

Write a Comment

Gravatars are small images that can show your personality. You can get your gravatar for free today!

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Copyright © 2018 Pakistani Education. All rights reserved.    Contact | Register | Lucky Draw | Terms & Conditions
RSS Feed on Twitter