Determination of Merit


Determination of merit for engineering programmes 

1. Merit of candidates will be determined according to the following criteria:

  • 10% weightage to SSC Examination
  • 40% weightage to Intermediate or equivalent examination (adjusted marks)
  • 50% weightage to Percent marks in entrance test Entrance Test

2. The  inter se merit of candidates applying for reserved categories/seats shall also be determined on the basis of Entrance Test, Intermediate or equivalent and SSC marks as in the case of open merit.

3. To determine merit, total marks obtained by a candidate in Intermediate Examination shall be adjusted in the manner given below:

  • For each additional attempt to pass or to improve Intermediate examination, (Part-I & Part-II), candidates will lose 10 marks. However, in any case, the total deduction of marks under this clause shall not exceed 20.
  • Candidates taking Mathematics as additional subject shall also lose 10 marks.
  • If a candidate is Hafiz-e-Quran, he/she will get additional twenty marks, provided that he/she qualifies the test conducted by the Admission Committee on the date and time notified for the purpose.

4. In case of a tie in any merit position for admission, the marks obtained in Intermediate/ equivalent examination shall over-ride. In case of a further tie, the age of the applicants shall be the criteria and the older candidate shall get preference.

 

Determination of merit for non-engineering programmes

Merit of candidates will be determined according to the following criteria:

  • 10% weightage to SSC Examination.
  • 40% weightage to Intermediate or equivalent examination (adjusted marks).
  • 50% weightage to entrance test.
     

Adjustment of marks

To determine merit, total marks obtained by a candidate in Intermediate Examination shall be adjusted in the manner given below:

  • For each additional attempt to pass or to improve Intermediate Examination (Part-l and Part-ll), candidates shall lose 10 marks. However, in any case, the total deduction of marks shall not exceed 20.
  • Candidates taking Mathematics as additional subject shall also lose 10 marks
  • If a candidate is Hafiz-e-Quran, he/she will get 20 marks, provided that he/she qualifies the test conducted by the Admission Committee on the date and time notified for the purpose.
  • In case of tie in any merit position to the selection for admission, the marks obtained in the Intermediate/equivalent examination shall be considered for merit. In case of further tie, the age of the applicants shall be the criteria and the older candidate shall get higher merit.
     
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