UHS For Punjab Aggregate Calculator


UHS Punjab Aggregate Calculator

Online applications are invited from eligible candidates for admissions to First Year MBBS/BDS in Punjab’s public sector medical/dental institutions for Session 2020-2021.

Students willing to apply for open merit seats in the First Year (MBBS) and all other types of seats must pass the test with a minimum score of 60%. They will not be eligible for admission if students cannot score 60% aggregate in their entry test.

Add your marks to the University of Health Sciences (UHS) aggregate calculator, so you can easily calculate your total aggregate percentage. In the appropriate box, enter your intermediate and aptitude test scores. Click on the calculate button After you’ve finished filling out the form. In the aggregate box, you can check your final score/ aggregate.

Eligibility Criteria:

(i) The applicant has obtained a minimum of 65 percent (715/1100) in the HSSC or F.Sc. (Pre-Medical) or equivalent test.

(ii) The applicant is a resident of any Punjab district. Candidates with an Islamabad (ICT) domicile are qualified to apply for open merit seats.

(iii) The applicant received a minimum of 60% (120/200) on the National MDCAT-2020 exams. SAT II scores (minimum 550 in each subject, i.e., Biology, Chemistry, and Physics/Mathematics) or International MCAT scores (minimum 500) are also acceptable for Foreign/Overseas Pakistanis seats. Biology will be weightage 40% on the SAT II, Chemistry will be weightage 35%, and Physics/Mathematics will be weightage 25%.

(iv) For reserved seats for Foreign/Overseas Pakistanis, the applicant must have obtained his or her HSSC or equivalent 12th Grade qualification outside Pakistan (abroad).

(v) For various categories of seats, candidates must meet additional eligibility requirements outlined in the Prospectus.

Merit Calculation:

(i) The following weighting criteria shall be used to calculate the Aggregate Percentage:

10% of SSC/Matriculation/Equivalent

40% HSSC/F.Sc. Pre-Medical/Equivalent

MDCAT 50%.

(ii) To apply for Open Merit and Reciprocal seats, a minimum aggregate percentage of 85% is expected.

Admission Procedure:

a. Online Application Process:

(i) The application process should be conducted entirely online; no paper-based or manual applications will be accepted.

(ii) The candidate first must create an account on the website https://www.bop.com.pk/UHS-Punjab/Login.aspx. using his or her email address and password

(iii) After logging in, the candidate may fill out his or her profile details (Name, Domicile, Marks, etc.). After completing all of the required fields, the applicant must upload his or her scanned mandatory documents, image, signatures, and left thumb impression (LTI) as stated in the Prospectus.

(iv) College Preferences: Each applicant must list medical and dental colleges in order of preference, starting with his or her first choice. The order of preferences is final once it is given and cannot be changed later. If an applicant does not list a college in his or her order of choice, he or she would not be considered for admission.

(v) The applicant would not be able to make changes to his or her application once it has been submitted.

(vi) Hafiz-e-Quran and disabled students must check the appropriate box in the application and upload the required documents. The candidate will receive an SMS and an email with details about the Hifz-e-Quran Test, Medical test, date, and time.

b. Submission of Processing Fee:

After final submission, the applicant has to go to any Bank of Punjab branch with the Final Copy of the application and fee challan to deposit an Admission Processing Fee of Rs. 500/- and bank service charges of Rs 150/- (both non-refundable), and the application process will be completed.

For further and detailed information, check the UHS website https://www.uhs.edu.pk/

Which Organization is Responsible for Conducting The Test?

The exam is conducted on behalf of the Punjab government by the University of Health Sciences (UHS) in Lahore. UHS is responsible for producing and marking the test and facilitating a comprehensive province-by-province centre network where candidates can take the test.