Admission Merit Determination
The comparative merit of applicants will be determined on the basis of overall adjusted admission marks obtained by them in these examinations:
Average of (Percentage of Marks obtained in B.Sc. + Percentage of Marks in Chemistry)
Average of (Percentage of Marks obtained in B.Sc. + Percentage of Marks in Physics)
Average of (Percentage of Marks obtained in B.Sc. + Percentage of Marks in Mathematics)
Average of (Percentage of Marks obtained in B.Sc. + Percentage of Marks in Computer Science subjects).
MERIT OF F.Sc. (PRE-MEDICAL)WITH MATHEMATICS
In determining the merit of an applicant having F.Sc. (Pre-Medical) with Mathematics as an additional subject, the marks obtained in the subject of Biology are replaced by those obtained in Mathematics.
20 marks will be added to the academic marks in HSSC/B.Sc. or equivalent examination of an applicant who is Hafiz-e-Quran. He will get the benefit only if he has:
DETERMINATION OF MERIT IN CASE OF EQUAL PERCENTAGE OF ADMISSION MARKS
If two or more applicants have equal percentage of admission marks (up to three places of decimal after truncation), they shall be treated at par for the purpose of admission.
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 (up to 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.
TRANSFER ON THE BASIS OF GIVEN PREFERENCES AND MERIT
In case a seat in any discipline/category of applicant's higher preference 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.
VARIATION IN SEATS
The University authorities may exercise their right at any time to increase or decrease the number of seats allocated to any program and there shall be no appeal against such a decision.
If some seats remain un-utilized for lack of adequate applicants, then the un- utilized seats are transferred to respective program and are filled under the same terms and conditions as applicable to the former.
Since the University has been established for the uplift of the higher education of the region, it may enforce a system whereby at least 60% of the student intake is from the region of Rahim Yar Khan and adjoining districts. Furthermore, the University under Government policy directives may admit students from Baluchistan on special seats reserved for them.