MBBS in Pakistan

Bachelor Of Medicine And Bachelor Of Surgery

As the society going For Medical Education mostly. MBBS is always a hot Topic In Pakistan also. Doctors is the Noble Field Of Today and it is having the Emotional touch with it to save a life, helpful to generate a life and deals with many health hurdles in any body Life. So, Medical Studies is playing an important role in One’s Life. MBBS is the best Degree For Medical Students while choosing their Profession after completing their basic Education relating with Medical. MBBS is the degree of Medical Sciences and MBBS(Bachelor Of Medicine And Bachelor Of Surgery) are the two first professional degrees awarded upon Graduation From Medical School in medicine and surgery by universities in various countries including Pakistan. The naming suggests that they are two separate degrees; however, in practice, they are usually treated as one and awarded together. Usually, students who have graduated with a “Bachelor Of Medicine” degree may also practice surgery, because it is equivalent to the “Bachelor Of Medicine, Bachelor Of Surgery” degree.

CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION IN MBBS For Pakistani Students

The Council in its 116th meeting has laid down the conditions for admission in the MBBS course in the country, which are notified as under: “Notification”
CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION IN MBBS

The provincial Governments shall make arrangements for holding a central entry test for admission in MBBS for both private and public in their respective provinces in consultation with the stake holders, in order to determine the order of merit. The order of merit determined by the central entry test shall form the basis for admission in all medical and dental institutions. The entry test of one province shall be acceptable in other provinces. The college can hold an aptitude interview and give it appropriate weightage for final selection. The Provincial authority shall declare results of the central entry test before 31st October each year and submit the result of the entry test to PM&DC before 31st October. No private college shall admit students before 31st October each year or the declaration of the Provincial central entry test which ever is earlier. If in any province arrangements for holding a central entry test do not exist, the private colleges shall conduct their own entry test in order to determine the order of merit in a transparent manner.
For admissions in medical and dental institutions located in the Islamabad Capital Territory, the central test shall be held under the arrangements of the Ministry of Health.All admissions for both public and private admissions must be completed by 30th November each year and submitted to PM&DC otherwise it shall be considered a violation of PM&DC rules.

No admission shall be given without an entry test or SAT II score of 550 marks. Only those Pakistani national students and foreigners who have obtained the required qualifications for the entry test from abroad, shall be eligible for admission on the foreign seats and shall either have to appear in the entry  test or present the University the requisite SAT score. The students who are residing abroad or who have achieved their qualifications required for the entry test from abroad shall be eligible to appear in the entry test if they have passed three science subjects out of which tow have to be Biology and Chemistry. The candidates having minimum SAT II score of 550 marks, shall be exempted from the entry test and shall be required to appear only in the interview. TOEFL or IELT score of 500 or 5.5. shall be required from the students who have obtained their required qualifications from those institution where the medium of instruction for these qualifications is not English. An alternate to TOEFL and IELT is a certification by NUML Islamabad after a one year English language course.

No medical or dental institution training for MBBS/BDS in the private sector shall charge fee more than five lacs per annum per student. This fee shall exclude University fees, taxes, hostel fee, transport fee and the one time admission fee. Copies of all receipts shall be submitted to PM&DC.

If the student wishes to leave the institution and does not join classes then there shall be a 100% refund of all deposit fee except for the one time admission fee. If the student wishes to leave the institution within one month there shall be 50% refund of all deposited fee and if the student wishes to leave the institution after one month of joining classes then there shall be a 25% refund.

Any monetary demand of any other charge/donation on any other pretext other than the annual fee as laid down in regulation 3 or any other non compliance of these regulations if reported shall be construed a major violation and shall make the institution liable for action under section 22 of the PM&DC Ordinance, 1962.

CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION IN MBBS FOR OVERSEAS STUDENTS

No admission shall be given without an entry test or SAT II score of 550 marks. Only those Pakistani national students and foreigners who have obtained the required qualifications for the entry test from abroad, shall be eligible for admission on the foreign seats and shall either have to appear in the entry test or present the University the requisite SAT score. The students who are residing abroad or who have achieved their qualifications required for the entry test from abroad shall be eligible to appear in the entry test if they have passed three science subjects out of which tow have to be Biology and Chemistry. The candidates having minimum SAT II score of 550 marks, shall be exempted from the entry test and shall be required to appear only in the interview. TOEFL or IELT score of 500 or 5.5. shall be required from the students who have obtained their required qualifications from those institution where the medium of instruction for these qualifications is not English. An alternate to TOEFL and IELT is a certification by NUML Islamabad after a one year English language course.

Here are Colleges/Universities which is currently offered the MBBS Degree In Pakistan.

MBBS Institutes In Pakistan

2 Comments

  1. With due Respect Sir,
    I Imtiyaz Ahmad from Indian Occupied Kashmir have completed my 10+2 with Medical + statistics now I want to do MBBS in pakistan can u guide me plzzz,………

    Thnks

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