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NED Entry Test On 8 Oct 2011

NATIONAL ENGINEERING UNIVERISTY has announced the date of it's test for admission in engineering 2011, the NED official officially announced with a notice in DAWN newspaper today, the admissions are being offered for 1,928 seats.The classes for the academic session 2011-12 will commence on Jan 2.



Applications on prescribed Forms are invited from the Candidates domiciled
in Sindh Province for Admission to First Year Classes of the  following Bachelor
Degree Programmes of this University for the Academic Session 2011-2012:

a)  Four Years Bachelor of Engineering Programme in the following
ƒ  Civil Engineering
ƒ  Construction Engineering
ƒ  Urban Engineering
ƒ  Petroleum Engineering
ƒ  Mechanical Engineering
ƒ  Textile Engineering
ƒ  Industrial & Manufacturing
ƒ  Automotive Engineering
ƒ  Chemical Engineering
ƒ  Materials Engineering
ƒ  Metallurgical Engineering
ƒ  Polymer & Petrochemical
ƒ  Electrical Engineering
ƒ  Computer & Information Systems
ƒ  Electronic Engineering
ƒ  Telecommunications Engineering
ƒ  Software Engineering

b)  Five Years Bachelor of Engineering Programme  in the following

ƒ  Bio Engineering   ƒ  Medical Engineering ▪ Food Engineering

c)  Five Years Bachelor Programme in:
ƒ  Architecture

d)  Four Years Bachelor Programme in:
ƒ  Computer Science & Information Technology

Admission to the above Bachelor Degree Programmes are offered under
following two schemes:

1.  Regular Scheme
2.  Self-Finance Scheme

Details of the Regular and Self-Finance Schemes shall be available in the


For Admission, the Applicant must have passed any of the following
Examinations in the year 2011 (but not before 2008):

ƒ  HSC (Pre-Engineering) or Equivalent  Foreign Examination  with
Physics, Chemistry  and  Mathematics  with at least  60% aggregate
Marks under Regular Scheme and Self Finance Scheme for all the above
Programmes as mentioned at (a), (b), (c) and (d).

ƒ  HSC (Pre-Medical)  or Equivalent  Foreign Examination  with  Physics,
Chemistry and Biology with at least 60% aggregate Marks under Regular
Scheme and Self Finance Scheme – Only for Bio Engg., Medical Engg.
and Food Engineering Disciplines.

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The  Prospectus  and  Application Form for Admission  to the above-mentioned University Programmes (BE/ BCIT & BArch) under both Regular & Self
Finance Schemes will be available from Monday  29th  August, 2011 from the NED
University Branches of National Bank of Pakistan and Habib Metropolitan Bank
Limited during bank timings, against cash payment of Rs. 1700/= (including Bank
Charges). Candidates interested in applying for more than One Category, have to
submit Separate Application Form for Each Additional Category. Additional Form
can be purchased @ Rs. 300/- Each.

Application Form duly filled-in, completed in all respects and supported by
all requisite Documents shall be received only in the  Admission Centre  of the
University. The Last Date for Submission of Application Form is Wednesday, the
28th September, 2011 by 13:00 Hrs.

Drop box Facility will also be made available where the Admission Form will
be received and Admit Card issued (only to the candidate) next day.  

Applications received either by Post or Courier at any time or delivered in
Person after Banking hours shall not be entertained.


ƒ  All candidates seeking admission to this University under any Category of
Admission are required to qualify the Pre-Admission Entry Test of this
University which shall be of HSC level in the subjects of  English,
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/ Biology, without any exception
that is the First Basic Eligibility condition for Admission. Admissions
shall be given strictly in order of Merit to be determined on the basis of
Marks obtained in the Qualifying Examination.

ƒ  Foreigners and Overseas Pakistani  may take  SAT Examination  and
Passed in 2010 in lieu of Pre-Admission Entry Test in
SAT-I  and  SAT-II  in  Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/ Biology.
The minimum score acceptable by this University as qualifying shall be
800 and 1500 in SAT-I and SAT-II respectively.

ƒ  The Pre-Admission Entry Test will be conducted at the
NED University (Main Campus) on Saturday, the 8th October 2011 at
10:00 am for which no Separate Notice shall be issued.

ƒ  Candidates failing to appear/pass the Entry Test (or SAT-I and SAT-II
Examination) will automatically stand ineligible for Admission. No
Exceptions shall be Permissible.

ƒ  Admit Card for Entry Test issued by the University must be produced by
the Candidate at the time of entering University Premises for the Test.
ƒ  Sample Paper for Entry Test and Guidelines for answering the same will
be provided with Each Application Form for Admission.

ƒ  The Entry Test is only qualifying examination to which no weightage is
given – requirement only being getting at least 40% to be considered for
ƒ  For ensuring transparency after completion of the Test, Answer Key will
be available at University website:  www.neduet.edu.pk on
8th October, 2011 at 12:10 Hrs.

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ƒ  There is consequently no need for rechecking; each candidate can check
his copy with the key. There is also no question of any grace marks.


For a Hafiz-e-Quran Candidate,  20 Marks are added in determination of
Merit, subject to verification of the Authenticity of His/Her Claim by a Committee
of the University whose decision shall be final. However, such candidate must
apply in writing for additional Marks to the Registrar of
the University along with Certified Copy of His/Her certificate  (Sanad) before
the Closing Date.

The Hafiz-e-Quran Test will be conducted at the  NED University (Main
Campus) on  Tuesday, the 11th October 2011 at 09:00 Hrs.  for which  no
Separate Notice shall be issued.

i)  The University shall NOT entertain any References made through either
Verbal Communication or Telephonic Conversation.
ii)  Candidates seeking admission in this University are advised in their
own interest not to seek assistance from any political religious or ethnic
groups setting up their booths outside the University.
iii)  Whatever assistance or advice is needed can be obtained free of all
obligations from the Help Desk set up in the Admission Block.

iv)  The University shall not be responsible for any dealing pertaining to
admission outside the Campus.

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