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UET Lahore Engineering Entry Test Result 2011 ECAT

UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING LAHORE held admission/entry test (ECAT) 11 September it tested student's for engineering admission, UET entry test will merit a student on the basis of ETEA/EATA score and will select the individual who has the greatest aggregate, the basis of aggregate is on FSC (HSSC) which is intermediate score and Matric (SSC) score to view your result of Univeristy of Engineering Entry test/Admission test/Etea test/Eata test 2011 of Undergraduates please follow the instruction below

Note the Result is has been announcedit is now available on ResultDon

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Recommended : UET Lahore Admission & Prospectus Procedure 2011

Recommended : UET Lahore Entry Test Key 2011

Some info on UET Lahore

University of Engineering and Technology is proud of in taking the best students of the Country and also rendering the unsurpassed Graduates, THE UETIANS. Our Ex-Students feel pride to identify themselves as alumni of the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore. They are using their skills, ingenuity and vision for the betterment of society.
50 years of past, in all over the world, various fields of technology, engineering, social sciences and management has acknowledged the work, achievements and capabilities of our Graduates.

The University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore aims to maintain associations with former students who want to stay involved with, or support, their Institution. Alumni section on our website will help the Ex-graduates to keep in touch with their fellow alumni and keep them informed about what’s happening here at the University.

Office of the Director External Linkages (directorel@uet.edu.pk) provides a variety of services and opportunities that identify and improve the continuing correlation between the faculty and our alumni.

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