Sunday , September 25 2022

PMC Online Admission Portal For MBBS & BDS Admissions in Pakistan

PMC Online Admission Portal For MBBS & BDS Admissions in Pakistan

Admission in Public and Private Medical and Dental Colleges for the session 2022. Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) clarifies that admissions for public and private, medical and dental colleges for the session 2022 are open and have been announced through the official platforms of the respective colleges and universities.
Admission in Public Colleges: For students who are applying to medical and dental undergraduate program in public colleges are requested to contact the concerned authorities of the admitting universities, as per the below table.

Province Admitting Universities
Sindh Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University (SMBBMU)
Punjab University of Health Sciences (UHS)
AJ&K Joint Admission Committee (JAC), AJ&K
ICT Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University (SZABMU)
Baluchistan Bolan University of Medical & Health Sciences (BUMHS)
KPK Khyber Medical University (KMU)

Students applying to Army Medical College are requested to contact the concerned authorities at the National University of Medical Sciences (NUMS).

PMC Online Admission Portal For MBBS & BDS Admissions in Pakistan

PMC Online Admission Portal For MBBS & BDS Admissions in Pakistan

Following are Deadlines for Admissions. No admission after 10th February shall be registered with PMC.

Public Colleges Private Colleges
Issuance of Final Merit Lists 10th December 2021 Prior to 15th January 2022
Closure of Admissions 10th January 2022 30th January 2022
Admission of Special Seats 10th February 2022
Admission of Delayed Results 10th February 2022 10th February 2022

The Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) has announced the merit lists for private medical and dental colleges and applicants can now view their merit positions. Merit list for Private Medical & Dental Colleges is now published. Applicants are requested to log into their accounts at pmc.almusnet.com to check their merit standings.

The PMC eligibility criteria are as follows:

Minimum 65% or above in F-Sc/HSSC or A-levels equivalent IBCC certificate. The 60S or above in MDCAT or SAT II (SAT II for foreign students only) In the case of SAT 11,60S or above in each subject.

Note: If you do not meet the eligibility requirements, you will not be able to submit your application. Admission of a Foreign Student shall be strictly on the basis of merit and no exception or special quota shall be created for Foreign Students

MDCAT Exemption Criteria for Foreign Students for 2020-2021 in order to qualify for admission for the 2021 Session ONLY, SAT II results can be used instead of the MDCAT by students who have completed their HSSC programs/12 years of high school education from outside Pakistan. Less than 480 in any SAT ll subject would make the applicant ineligible for admission. Weightage of different subject results m SAT ll would be taken into consideration as follows:

Biolcgy:40%

Chemistry. 35%

Physics/Maths: 25%

 

Note: All affiliated, constituent and administered colleges of NUMS and Agha Khan University will not be part of the admissions portal. Any student seeking to apply to the said colleges shat be required to apply directly to the relevant university.

Due to the COVlO-19 pandemic, SAT I have not been conducted universally in 2020. Therefore, English shall be an exempted subject to those students who have completed their HSSC/High School program from an institution/country where the medium of teaching is English.

What documents will be required to submit your Applications:

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  • CNIC’Passport
  • F-Sc/HSSC / A-Level equivalency document
  • SAT-II Document (If applying on the basis of SAT II)

Students can select as many colleges as they want for admissions. The minimum requirement is at least one college from either MB8S or a BDS program.

Merit Generation Criteria:

F.Sc/A-levelsIBCC Equivalence certificate: 30%. MDCAT/SAT II: 50%
Interview: 20% (to be conducted by the college)
At the end of the application process, Merit will be generated out of the 80S as prescribed above. The remaining 20S will be decided by the colleges as part of the interview. The college shall add the score of the interview and consolidate it with the MDCAT/ F.Sc. based Merit aggregate of the student issued by PMC. The college shall finalize the total aggregate out of 100K for the final merit of the students.
PMC shall issue the Merit List for each college on 14th January 2021.

The Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) list of recognized public sector dental colleges in Pakistan
Sr.No Province College Name City Quote
01 Punjab de’Montmorency College of Dentistry Lahore 100
02 Punjab Dental Section, Army Medical College Rawalpindi 50
03 Punjab Dental Section, Punjab Medical College Faisalabad 50
04 Punjab Institute of Dentistry, Nishtar Medical College Multan 50
05 Sindh Bibi Aseefa Dental College Larkana 50
06 Sindh Dental College, Dow International Medical College Karachi 50
07 Sindh Dental Department, Karachi Medical & Dental College Karachi 50
08 Sindh Dr. Ishratul Ebad Institute of Oral Health Sciences Karachi 100
09 Sindh Faculty of Dentistry, Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences Jamshoro 100
10 Sindh Sindh Institute of Oral Health Sciences/ JSMU Karachi 50
11 Sindh Dow Dental College Karachi 50
12 KPK Bacha Khan Dental College Mardan 25
13 KPK Dental College, Ayub Medical College Abbottabad 25
14 KPK Khyber College of Dentistry Peshawar 80
15 KPK KMU Institute of Dental Sciences/ KIDS Kohat 50
16 BALOCHISTAN Dental Section, Bolan Medical College Quetta 25

Admission in Private Colleges:
For students who are applying to medical and dental undergraduate program in private
colleges are requested to directly contact the concerned authorities of the private colleges and
their affiliating universities, as per the procedure stated by the respective colleges.
For all private colleges affiliated with NUMS, the students are requested to apply through
NUMS.
It is to be notified that PMC does not handle any operation related to the admissions in
public and private colleges.

It has come to the notice of the Authority that some medical and dental colleges are demanding from enrolled students next year’s annual fee in advance at this time.

It is clarified that the tuition fee is due and payable by a student on promotion to the next year after having passed their professional exam. No student can be compelled to pay the fee in advance or any penalty imposed on non-payment before the student has been promoted to the next year after results are announced.

A college may in advance at any time issue a fee challan for the fee payable for next year in advance but no delayed payment charges or any other penalty including the right of the student to sit in the professional exam shall be imposed prior to the result of the professional exam and the students promotion to the next year.

In the event the college starts classes for next year and provisionally allows all students to attend such classes before the announcement of the professional exam results, the college may require the student to pay at the time of starting of such provisional classes’ fee on a monthly basis till such time as the results are announced.

A student may submit a complaint to the Authority in the event of any demand by a college which is in conflict with the above policy.

National Medical Authority

Pakistan Medical Commission
Mauve Area, G-10/4. Islamabad, Pakistan.
www.pmc.gov.pk