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What Is NAT ? National Aptitude Test (NAT) is for admissions in NTS Associated Universities/ DAIs.

The candidates will appear in a single test only and will stand eligible for admission to all universities in the respective subject group. The candidates will be required to apply for admission in the universities as per their respective announcements along with a copy of the NTS Result Card. * The Result of the NAT will be valid for "ONE YEAR"

Validity of NAT Study By: Dr. Douglas Trimble, Director of Assessment and Institutional Research Forman Christian College University. Comparing the NAT to the SAT (in the USA), we see that it fares very well at Forman Christian College: it correlates .36 with first year GPA (FYGPA), which is the same as the SAT (.35). Despite the lack of systematic predictive validity analysis of the NAT, it does appear to have good predictive validity. Because SAT and high school GPA correlate only .28, Korbin, Patterson, Shaw, Mattern, and Barbuti (2008) concluded that they appear to be measuring distinct aspects of academic promise and both can yield valuable information. The same appears to be the case with the NAT, which only correlates .27 with the composite BISE total; thus BISE and NAT are helpful. USA 2006-2007 N = 151,316 SAT & High School GPA FC College 2008-2009 N = 495-574 for BISE and 52-64 for A Level 0.28 NAT & BISE Composite 0.27 (NAT + BISE Composite) & FYGPA 0.49 SAT & High School GPA & FYGPA 0.46 (NAT + A Level) & FYGPA 0.48 NAT & FYGPA 0.36 SAT & FYGPA 0.35 BISE Composite & FYGPA 0.46 High School GPA & FYGPA 0.36 A Level & FYGPA 0.37

Note: FYGPA is the first year grade point average after two semesters of university work. SAT is the combined Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing sections. The NAT was combined statistically with the BISE exams or A Level exam by converting them z-scores. Data from the USA was reported in Korbin, J. L., Patterson, B. F., Shaw, E. J., Mattern, K. D., & Barbuti, S. M. (2008). Validity of the SAT for predicting first-year college grade point average (Research Report No. 2008-5). New York: College Board. Retrieved May 21, 2009 from

" Validity of SAT Test " (PDF) The predictive power of using the Composite BISE to predict FYGPA (r = .46) is similar to the SAT and high school GPA (.46) to predict FYGPA. By adding the NAT and BISE Composite together to predict FYGPA, then the correlation increases to .49. The NAT likewise increases our FYGPA predictive precision when it is combined with the A Level exam results from .37 to .48. We have therefore decided to use an equally weighted combination of NAT and BISE score (or A Level marks) to make admissions decisions. NAT Associated Universities / D.A.Is Sr. Type of Test / Services Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad 1 (Quaid-i-Azam School of Management Sciences & School of Economics) 2 COMSATS Institute of Information Technology 3 Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi Federal Urdu University ( Islamabad Campus ) 4 ( B.Sc Electrical Engineering )

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Forman Christian College University Institute of Management Sciences, Peshawar Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad International Islamic University, Islamabad (Department of Computer Science, Department of Electronics Engineering) Islamia University Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur Kinnaird College For Women, Lahore Kohat University of Science & Technology, Kohat NAMAL College, Mianwali National Textile University, Faisalabad Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (Talent Scholarship) The University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir (Faculty of Agriculture, Rawalakot) UET, Peshawar (Non Engineering Programmes) University of Management & Technology, Lahore University of Peshawar, Peshawar University of Science & Technology, Bannu

Separate test will be conducted for Sindh and Balochistan Medical Colleges.

Districts List of Pakistan

Please find your Correspondance City District from the Districts List given below and write it in the box of Correspondance City District in your NAT Registration Form
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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Top Abbottabad Haripur Mardan Bannu Karak Nowshera Batagaram Kohat Peshawar Buner Kohistan Shangla Charsadda Lakki Marwat Swabi Chitral Lower Dir Swat Dera Ismail Khan Malakand P.A Tank Hangu Mansehra Upper Dir

Schedule of National Aptitude Test (NAT) 2011

Advertisement Test Date Dates Last Date of Submission of Registration Form Provisional Queries will Result Roll No. Slip Candidates' be Announcement Dispatch list will be entertained Date on NTS Date uploaded on till Website website Result Card Dispatch Date

Sunday Sunday 27th 30th January February 2011 2011 Sunday Sunday 27th 20th March February 2011 2011 Sunday Sunday 1st May 20th March 2011 2011 Sunday 24th April 2011 Sunday 22nd May 2011 Sunday 19th June 2011 Sunday 17th July 2011

Saturday 12th February 2011 Friday 11th March 2011 Tuesday 12th April 2011 Thursday 12th May 2011 Friday 10th June 2011 Monday 4th July 2011 Wednesday 3rd August 2011 Monday 5th September 2011

Monday 14th February 2011

Thursdy 17th February 2011

Saturday 19th February 2011

Saturday Monday 5th March 7th March 2011 2011 Saturday 2nd April 2011 Saturday 7th May 2011 Saturday 4th June 2011 Saturday 2nd July 2011 Friday 29th July 2011 Monday 4th April 2011 Monday 9th May 2011 Monday 6th June 2011 Monday 4th July 2011 Monday 1st August 2011

Saturday Monday Tuesday 12th March 14th March 15th March 2011 2011 2011 Thursday Saturday Tuesday 14th April 16th April 19th April 2011 2011 2011 Saturday 14th May 2011 Saturday 11th June 2011 Tuesday 5th July 2011 Monday Wednesday 16th May 18th May 2011 2011 Tuesday 14th June 2011 Thursday 7th July 2011 Thursday 16th June 2011 Friday 8th July 2011

Sunday 4 29th May 2011 Sunday 5 26th June 2011 Sunday 6 24th July 2011 Sunday 21st August 2011

Friday Monday 5th August 8th August 2011 2011

Wednesday Saturday Friday 10th 27th 26th August August August 2011 2011 2011 Monday 3rd October 2011 Monday 7th Novembe r 2011 Monday 5th December 2011 Monday 2nd January 2012

Sunday Sunday 25th 8 21st August September 2011 2011 Sunday 30th October 2011 Sunday 18th September 2011 Sunday 23rd October 2011

Thursday Saturday Tuesday Saturday 8th 10th 13th 1st October September September September 2011 2011 2011 2011 Wednesday Saturday 12th 15th October October 2011 2011 Monday 17th October 2011 Saturday 5th November 2011 Saturday 3rd December 2011 Saturday 31st December 2011

Monday 10th October 2011

Sunday 27th 10 November 2011

Tuesday 8th November 2011 Saturday 10th December 2011

Thursday Saturday Tuesday 10th 12th 15th November November November 2011 2011 2011 Monday Wednesday Thursday 12th 14th 15th December December December 2011 2011 2011

Sunday Sunday 25th 20th 11 December November 2011 2011

How To Register ?

The candidate is required to register for appearing in the respective NAT Test as scheduled by NTS. The registration process is given below: Get NTS registration form and bank deposit slip downloadable from NTS website, daily New papers or reproduce them as per given sample. The form is also available inside the User Guide. Deposit Rs. 600/- (Rupees Six Hundred only) through the prescribed online bank deposit slip in the online branches of MCB, UBL, HBL or ABL. (See bank service charges on deposit slip) Attach 2 photographs (1 x 1.5 inch) at the front of this Registration Form. * All candidates are required to provide their photographs with full face exposure. Do not send any documents other than two photos and original bank deposit slip along with your NAT Registration Form.

How To Fill The Registration Form ?

Download the appropriate Registration Form of your NAT Test Type (only One) from NTS website. Write your desired Authentication keyword of 4 digits only (for example: 1234) required for correction (in case of ambiguity) in your information on the provisional candidates list on NTS Website. Remember this keyword and keep it with you because it will be required to submit correction query in provisional candidates list later. Tick your Test City for desired Test Center choice. (in Para 2. of Registration Form) Please write your valid Email address (in Para 7. of the Registration Form) as your Roll No., Test Center and other information will be sent to you at this Email address (keep checking your Emails regularly). Roll No. slips and Result cards will be sent through Courier service. Give valid and clear address (in Para 9. of the Registration Form) where delivery is certain. Candidates must fill the "Postal Address", "Postal City" and "Postal City District" in their NAT Registration Forms to receive the Test Roll No. Slip and Result Card. In Academic record portion (Para 11. of Registration Form), write down your major subjects and percentage of secured marks in Two digits only, forms having any information other than percentage will not be processed. In Academic record column "Board/ University" (Please write only particular Board name in abbreviation (e.g. FBISE Islamabad, BISE Rawalpindi, BISE Gujranwala, BISE Abbottabad etc. Incomplete or improperly filled Registration Forms will not be processed. Please stay interactive with our website for eligible candidates list, test venue and all related information: Attach the original deposit slip with the duly filled registration form and post it to NTS Islamabad.
Note: By hand submition of registration form will not be accepted.

The candidates will be required to apply for admission in the universities as per their respective announcements along with a copy of the NTS result card. Provisional Eligible Candidates List will be displayed on our website on first come first served basis of the Registration Form (within one week of the receipt of Registration Form). Queries regarding provisional data will be accepted within 4 days only. Final Eligible Candidate List will be uploaded 2 days after last date of provisional list. Roll No. and Test Center will be allotted in Final Eligible Candidate list. The roll number slips will be dispatched by NTS about 10 days prior to the test date. NTS will dispatch the result cards with in 7 days after the test date.

Test Day Instructions

Please Follow These Instructions Carefully
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Reporting Time at test centre as specified on Roll No. Slip. NO candidate will be admitted in the test centre after specified time. Candidates will have to produce their Roll Number Slips at the entry point of the test centre. Without the Roll Number Slip NO candidate will be entertained for the test.

Composition Of Test

Different type of tests will have different compositions and defined accordingly for each test type. " Click Here "
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Question booklets will be in five different shuffles. Each question booklet will be sealed and opened by the candidates at the Start of test. Do not break the seal till the test starts. No candidate will be allowed to leave the seat during the test except for an un-avoidable reason e.g. toilet usage, that to in the escort of an invigilator. All papers will be collected at the end of test and no candidate will be allowed to move from the seat till the final count after the collection of the paper. Do not bring calculators, mobile phones and wrist watches with calculator in the test center.

About Shading / Filling The Circles

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Shading / filling of two answers against single question is wrong. It will be marked ZERO. Over writing and cutting near answer circle or anywhere on answer sheet will distract the readability and may be marked ZERO in the specific answer circle Only use Blue or Black Ball pen to shade / fill the circles Do not bring any other stationary item including rough/extra sheets as two blank sheets for rough work are placed inside the Question booklet Use of any other material that is not provided by NTS will be illegal and subject to disciplinary action. Do not write anything on Question Booklet except your NAME, ROLL No. and SIGN on the front title of Question Booklet before attempting the questions. The questions booklet will be taken back after the test is over so do not attempt to tear or remove any page from question booklet. No one is allowed to keep any part of it. Do not ask the invigilation staff about the content of questions. They are not allowed to explain or correct any question in the paper. The checking system has the capability to determine the erroneous questions and adjust accordingly. Every candidate is required to sign the attendance sheet, brought to her/him by the invigilators. The Roll No. Slips will also be collected by the same staff after the attendance is completed. You are bound to NTS discipline rules till you leave the test center premises. Any disturbance in any way caused by you will disqualify you from the test and NTS reserves the rights to carry out legal action against such attempt.

The chief supervisor has complete authority to cancel any paper at any stage if the activities of the candidate are found against the discipline.
How To Fill The Answer Sheet

One page printed answer sheet is provided to answer the questions. Use only ball pen (black / blue) to shade/fill the circles. (Bring pen / clip board with you, erasing materials are not allowed.) Answer sheet contains five circles containing five options of answer for one question, containing alphabets from A to E inside, against each question number. The candidate has to completely shade/fill one circle that s/he thinks is correct. For example the candidate feels that the correct answer of the given question is 'A', then s/he may shade/fill the circle containing alphabet 'A' with ball pen like this:

Correct Filling

Incorrect Fillings

Personal Information On Answer Sheet The answer sheet contains personal data of candidate on the top of the sheet. It has candidates'. Name, Father Name, Roll No. and Photograph. The candidate is required to critically check these fields and sign in the required space. If any field of personal information is found in-correct the candidate must inform the invigilator present around.

NAT Paper Pattern And Questions Distribution National Aptitude Tests (NAT) will be conducted in two categories Category One: Six types of paper for candidates having 12 years education Category Two: Five types of paper for candidates having 14 years education

National Aptitude Tests (NAT) will be conducted in two categories

Category One: Six types of paper for candidates having 12 years education Category Two: Five types of paper for candidates having 14 years education

CATEGORY ONE (For candidates having 12 years education) Number of Questions Test Type English Analytical Quantitative Subject Total 1. NAT-IE, 20 Having 12 years/equal Education in Pre-Engineering Group -> NAT-IE Paper Distribution 2. NAT-IM, Having 12 years/equal Education in Pre-Medical Group -> NAT-IM Paper Distribution 3. NAT-IA, Having 12 years/equal Education in Arts Group -> NAT-IA Paper Distribution 4. NAT-ICS, Having 12 years/equal Education in Computer Science -> NAT-ICS Paper Distribution 5. NAT-IGS, Having 12 years/equal Education in General Science -> NAT-IGS Paper Distribution 6. NAT-ICOM, Having 12 years/equal Education in Commerce -> NAT-ICOM Paper Distribution 20 20 20 30 90 20 20 20 30 90 20 20 20 30 90 20 20 20 30 90 20 20 20 30 90 20 20 30 90

Curriculum for NAT-ICS (Education in Computer Science Group) Total No of Questions = 90 Time Allowed = 120 minutes Topics A: English A1: Sentence Completion A2: Analogy A3: Antonym A4: Comprehension A5: Synonym B: Analytical B1: Scenario Based B2: Statements Based C: Quantitative C1: Arithmetic C2: Algebra C3: Geometry No. of Questions Percentages 20 5 3 4 5 3 20 12 8 20 13 4 3 33.4 22.2 22.2 22.2

D: Subject (Education in Computer Science Group) 30 D1: Physics D2: Computer D2.1: Introduction to computer D2.2: Programming Skills D2.3: Fundamentals of database D3: Mathematics Total 4 3 3 10 90 10

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Contact Us: For test and test center inquiries and queries related to score reporting, and for other purposes like putting complaints or providing feedback, you may get in touch with NTS on the following contacts: Email: Headquarter: (Islamabad Office) 402, Street No. 34, Sector I-8/2, Islamabad Tel: +92-51-9258478-79 Fax: +92-51-9258480 Abbottabad Office: University Road, Abbottabad Karachi Office: POF Complex 3rd Floor, 252 Sarwar Shaheed Road Saddar, Karachi Tel: +92-21-35215013 Fax: +92-21-3521516

Lahore Office: Plaza No. 170, 2nd Floor, Y-Block, Phase III, DHA Commercial Area, Lahore Cantt Tel: +92-42-35694625 Fax: +92-42-35694624 Peshawar Office: B-2, Rahat Abad Colony, Near Pakistan Forest Institute, Peshawar Tel: +92-91-9218233 Fax: +92-91-5704084 Quetta Office: HEC Zonal Office, Quetta

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) Q1. What are the General Tests that NTS is offering? NTS is offering two types of General Tests, also called Gradudate Assessment Tests (GAT-General) & (GAT Subject) Q2. What are My Eligibility Criteria? If you are interested to apply for GAT-General or GAT-Subject you should have at least 16 Years of education (B.E (Engineering),BS Hons, Masters etc). Q3. From Where Can I Get the Information About the NTS Tests? You can get the information about NTS tests from any of the following sources: 1. Advertisements through Print Media 2. Advertisements through Electronic Media 3. NTS and its Allied Institutions' Website Q4. From Where Can I Get the Application Forms? You can get free of charge Application Forms from NTS website i.e., However, ensure that you get these before the last date for registration. Q5. How Can I Register for NTS Test? Fill your application form according to the instructions given. Submit it by paying the online Test Fee in any branch of UBL, ABL, MCB or HBL. Q6. How Shall I Fill the Forms? A few things must be clear to you before you fill in the form. Any incomplete or ambiguous information in the form may cause delay in the registration process and you may not be able to take the test on time. The instructions to fill the form are as follows: 1. If application form is in type-able form, fill application form and print it. Otherwise use black ink and BLOCK LETTERS to fill out the form. 2. Download the appropriate test application form. 3. Be careful with the spellings of your name. 4. Write the correspondance/ mailing address correctly where you can be contacted in future. 5. Test Fee is submitted in the form of Online Deposit Slip in any nearest UBL, ABL, MCB or HBL branch, NTS Copy (Original) must be attached with the Application Form. 6. Also indicate your choice for the city, where you want to take the test out of the options available to you. 7. Please ensure:  Two passport size photographs are affixed at appropriate places on form. (Use gum instead of using staples)  Original Bank Deposit Slip (NTS Copy)  CNIC (Photo Copy)

Q7. Where & how to Submit the Form? After you fill the form according to the instructions, send your form through any courier service or mail (Post office). Make sure to attach: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Two copies of your recent photographs Clearly written candidate's name in the BLOCK LETTERS Clearly written candidates father's name in BLOCK LETTERS Clearly written National Identity Card (NIC) number Clearly written candidate's postal address in BLOCK LETTERS Clearly written phone number etc.

If any essential requirement is missing in the Registration Form, it will be clearly marked as rejected. Q8. Does NTS Confirm My Registration? After submitting the Application Form you will get your Roll Number Slip (Call Letter) containg Roll No., Test Venue etc on your mailing address. This slip confirms your registration. You can also visit NTS website for confirmation. You must take that slip with you to the test center on the day of your test otherwise you are not allowed to sit in the Examination Hall.

In case of any confusion or problems with the registration process you can Contact NTS Office. Q9. May I Register on the Day of Examination? The registration of candidates on the day of NTS Examination cannot be entertained. The candidate should get registered before the deadline, announced by NTS for the close of registration process. Q10. How Can I Get Help in Case of Any Problem During Registration Process? If you have any confusion about the registration process you can clarify by calling the NTS Office or Contact NTS Office. Q11. How Can I Get the Test Schedule? If you have any confusion about the Test Schedule you can get the details from the news media and also NTS website. Q12. How Can I Get My Identification Slip? Roll Number Slip confirms your registration. It serves as your Identification Slip and also informs you about the location of the center. Q13. How to Find the Place and Schedule of Test? The schedule, time, location, etc., is published through the news media and NTS website i.e. from where you can get further help and other informations. Q14. How to Get Myself Identified at the Test Center? At the Test Center you are asked to show your Roll No. Slip that was sent to you after you submitted your form or your information from NTS website in print. The staff at the Test Center identifies you with the photograph attached on the slip or from your NIC, it is must. If you fail to show your Roll No. slip to the administration on the test day or if your photograph does not match your appearance, you may not be allowed to enter the Test Center. Q15. What Should I Take With Me to the Test Center? The candidate should take sharpened pencils, pen with eraser and clip-board. Besides this the candidate is also asked to show his/her Roll No. Slip. Q16. What are the Things that I Should Not Take With Me in the Test Center? Calculators, cell phones, books, booklets, any kind of paper or cheating material are strictly not allowed to be taken inside the test center. If you are found with any of these items with you during the test you are not allowed to take the examination and be considered disqualified. Q17. Where Shall I Sit? Enter the examination hall and look for the seat that has your roll number pasted on it. The seats are arranged in a sequential order of roll numbers. If you do not find your seat ask any of the invigilators at the center. Q18. What are the Rules and Regulations that are Applied to Me Inside the Test Center? 1. The test is given on the day and at the time scheduled. You are asked to observe punctuality. 2. You are assigned a seat by the invigilation staff. 3. Testing aids are not permitted to be taken along to the Test Center. Items like calculators, pagers, cell phones, headphones, and any paper or writing material, dictionaries etc., are prohibited in the test center. 4. You are not allowed to eat, drink, or use tobacco during the test. 5. If you do not show the Roll No. Slip and your photograph does not match, you are not permitted to take the test. 6. No discussion or communication with the fellow candidates is allowed during the test session. 7. You are also not allowed to leave Test Center without the permission of the supervisor. 8. Under no circumstances the test questions or any part of a test be removed, reproduced or disclosed verbally, electronically, or physically or by any other means to any person or entity. 9. Test centers do not have large waiting areas. Friends or relatives who accompany you to the test center are not permitted to wait in the near vicinity of the test center or contact you while you are taking the test. 10. If you need to leave your seat at any time during the test, raise your hand and ask the invigilator. Timing of the section does not stop. 11. Repeated unscheduled breaks will be documented and reported to NTS. 12. NTS reserves the right to videotape any or all of the testing sessions. 13. Dress in such a way that you can adapt to any room temperature.

14. You cannot communicate with anyone (other than the test center staff) while the test session is in progress or even during the breaks. 15. You are not permitted to leave the test center vicinity during the test session or breaks. 16. If at any time during the test you believe that you have a problem with your test, or need the Invigilation Staff for any reason, raise your hand to notify the Invigilation Staff.

Q19. On What Basis Can I be disqualified from the Test? If you are found indulged in any of the following activities, he / she is disqualified from the test: 1. Arriving late at the test center. 2. Taking the test for someone else. 3. Failing to provide the Roll No. Slip. 4. Using any objectionable material during the test. 5. Trying to create disturbance inside the test center. 6. Showing ill behavior towards the invigilation staff. 7. Trying to communicate with the fellow candidates while the test is in progress. 8. Trying to tear pages from the question paper. 9. Showing indiscipline i.e. eating, smoking etc. 10. Leaving the test center without permission.

Q20. How Shall I Take Test? Sit on your seat and wait for the time of the test. Make sure that you do not have any objectionable material. The invigilators give you the question book and answer sheets. Fill in the essential information in the blank columns of answer sheet. While attempting to answer questions read the choices in each question and mark the corresponding space on the answer sheet. Do keep the time aspect in mind. You would not be given extra time.

Q21. How Shall I Mark the Answer Sheet? 1. Write Your Name, Fathers Name, Roll Number etc (if required) on the answer sheet. 2. Read the directions carefully before you begin your test. 3. The GRE General test is divided into three sections i.e. Verbal, Quantitative and Analytical Reasoning. The directions given at the beginning of every section informs you about the total number of questions and the recommended time. 4. Each question has maximum five choices and minimum two. You are required to choose the correct choice for every question and fill the corresponding oval with a lead pencil on the answer sheet. 5. The invigilator announces the procedure of marking the answer sheets. Listen carefully to the instructions. When you mark the answer sheets, make sure that the space is completely filled in. You can change the answer. Do it by erasing the earlier choice neatly. 6. Use a lead pencil or Pens for marking the Answer Sheets. 7. Do not mark more than one answer. 8. If a question is found with no answer or it has more than one marked choice, it is not considered for marking. 9. All questions carry equal marks. 10. There is no negative marking for wrong answers. You can make a guess for answering difficult questions.

Q22. What are the Other Test Taking Strategies? 1. You are provided with a few blank pages in the test paper. You can use them for your rough work. 2. Some formulas and helping tables are given at the end of the question paper. You can take help from those for solving the questions. 3. Keep a very careful track of time. 4. Do not panic while solving your paper. Give each section a specific time period and try to complete every section on time. 5. If you have carefully read all the directions given in the test guide, do not waste your time by reading the directions on the answer sheet. They are exactly the same as in the guide. 6. Do not leave any question unanswered. If you are confused or have no idea about a certain question, try making a guess for the right answer.

7. Do not make any extra marks on the answer sheet. Computer might register these and consider them as another marked choice.

Q23. In What Ways is NTS Subject Test Different from Other NTS Tests? The NTS Subject Tests are different from its other tests in many ways. Unlike the General NTS Tests, NTSSubject Test focuses on only one specific discipline of study. The NTS-Subject Tests are prepared by professionals and experts from the respective field of their expertise. These professionals have themselves designed the curricula for a very measured assessment of students/candidates. Mostly, the Subject Tests are conducted online.

Q24. What are my Eligibility Criteria for Subject Test? While there is no formal education prerequisite that holds the criteria for taking the test apart from holding 16 Years Bachelors or Masters Degree.

CIIT Abbottabad Admissions FAQs

When can I apply for Admission at CIIT Abbottabad? What is NTS? How to get registered for the NTS test? What is the procedure? What is the NTS-NAT schedule? How to apply for admission in undergraduate programs in COMSATS Abbottabad? How to apply for admission in graduate programs in COMSATS Abbottabad? What is the application procedure for students awaiting their results? What can I study at COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Abbottabad campus? What is the eligibility criteria for different undergraduate programs? What is the admission test criteria? What is the fee structure? What are the different scholarship schemes being offered in COMSATS Abbottabad?

When can I apply for Admission at CIIT Abbottabad?

At CIIT Abbottabad we have two round of Admissions for Undergraduate programs and annual graduate admissions for MS and PhD programs. For latest updates, keep visiting our website.. back to top

What is NTS?
NTS stands for National Testing Service. Within the essential premise of raising the quality of education, an important objective of NTS is to establish a credible, technically appropriate and accurate system of performance evaluation for students of various educational institutions at various levels. It thus assists in carrying out an estimated ranking of students for admissions in various educational institutions. Visit NTS website to learn more. back to top

How to get registered for the NTS test? What is the procedure?
Collect NTS user guide book worth Rupees Fifty only, published by Dogar Brothers. It contains an application form. (You can also download this form from the website). Completely fill all the required details, attach two pictures and original deposit slip worth Rs. 300/- in favour of NTS Islamabad. Then post it on the address mentioned on the form. Clearly mention the test type on the envelope and also mention the test centre in the form. Roll number slip with the test centre and the test type will reach the candidates at least ten days before the test is scheduled to be held. Take this slip to the test centre on the test date, along with your CNIC and give the test. Test result will be displayed on NTS website after three days of the test. back to top

What is the NTS-NAT schedule?

Click here to view the NTS-NAT schedule. back to top

How to apply for admission in undergraduate programs in COMSATS Abbottabad?

COMSATS accepts the NTS score card of minimum fifty marks and it must be within its validity date. Eligible candidates have to obtain the prospectus (worth Rs. 500) from any campus and attach the NTS result card and the relevant documents with it and deposit it before the last date of submission of forms in the relevant campus. Those who have to appear in the NTS test after the last date of the campus can apply by filling out their NTS roll numbers on the admission form and submit their result cards later, upon selection. Merit list will be displayed on the date described and selected candidates will join classes after submission of fee. back to top

How to apply for admission in graduate programs in CIIT Abbottabad?

Contact admission cell at CIIT Abbottabad campus and purchase the Graduate prospectus for the session. Fill out the admission form, attach relevant documents and the GAT (General) result card. After interview the final selection is made and candidates are notified to submit their dues and start the classes. For further information, visit our HOW TO APPLY? pages. back to top

What is the application procedure for students awaiting their results?

Students awaiting their results can apply upon submission of a surety certificate from the institute and an affidavit on a stamp paper worth Rs. 10/- that the candidate will fulfill the eligibility criteria of the institute. back to top

What can I study at COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Abbottabad campus?

CIIT Abbottabad offeres a wide range of under-graduate (Bachelor of Science and Master) programs and Graduate Programs (MS and Ph.D). Click here to view the complete list of programs offered. back to top

What is the eligibility criteria for different undergraduate programs?

BS (EPE): Intermediate with Pre-Engineering or equivalent with minimum 50% marks or DAE in the relevant subject with minimum 60% marks, from an accredited institution. BS (CE), BS (EE): Intermediate or equivalent with Physics, Math, Chemistry/Computer Science/Computer Studies with minimum 50% marks or DAE in the relevant subject with minimum 60% marks, from an accredited institution. BS (CS), BS (TN): Intermediate or equivalent with science with minimum 50% marks, from an accredited institution. BS (BA), BS (EC): Intermediate or equivalent with minimum 50% marks, from an accredited institution. BS (ES, E. Sc, Chem): Intermediate or equivalent with Science with minimum 50% marks, from an accredited institution. Pharm D: Intermediate or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with minimum 50% marks, from an accredited institution. MBA (Morning & Evening): Bachelor Degree or equivalent with minimum 50% marks, from an accredited institution. MDS (Evening): Bachelor Degree or equivalent with minimum 50% marks, from an accredited institution. All admissions are regulated on the basis of merit determined by combining the weighted marks obtained in the entrance test with weighted marks earned in the previous public examinations. back to top

What is the admission test criteria?

Master Degree programs: Exam Percentage weightage Matriculation 10 % Intermediate 15 % Bachelor 30 % Entrance test 45 % Bachelor degree programs Exam Percentage weightage Matriculation 10 %

Intermediate 40 % Entrance test 50% back to top

What is the fee structure?

Click here to view the fee structure for undergraduate Programs. Click here to view the fee structure for Graduate Programs. back to top

What are the different scholarship schemes being offered at CIIT Abbottabad?
CIIT Abbottabad campus is dedicated to provide quality education to the under-previlaged and remote ares. We offer various support schemes to help students pay for their education at CIIT Abbottabad, visit our Scholarship and Financial aid pages to know further details.