College admission forms to be available from tomorrow

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The process of selling placement forms for admissions to six faculties including pre-engineering, pre-medical, computer science, commerce, humanities, and home economics in 132 state-run colleges (67 male and 65 female) and 24 higher secondary schools (12 male and 12 female) would start from Tuesday.
“The price of the CAP brochure has been increased by Rs 10 to Rs 60 this year,” Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) Committee-2011 Chairman Professor Dr Nasir Ansar said on Sunday.
The process of selling and submission of CAP brochure would be carried out at 41 branches of Allied Bank Limited.  The last date of selling and submission of placement forms is August 20.
However, this is tentative deadline as the distribution of mark sheets to the students of matriculation is in progress.
“In case, there is requirement to extend the last date of submission of forms, the students would be informed,” Ansar said.
At least 100,015 seats would be available in the six faculties. Meanwhile, the number of seats could be increased in the colleges, if required.
In the faculty of pre-engineering, 15,250 seats have been allocated for male students whereas 8,580 female students would be able to get admissions.
A total of 5,740 male students can apply in the pre-medical category while 11,095 female students would be able to enrol at pre-medical colleges.
In the faculty of computer science, 800 seats for male and 700 for female students are available.
The CAP Committee has decided to offer 5,400 seats to male and 17,380 seats to female students in the humanities group.
Furthermore, 600 female students would be able to get admitted to the Home Economics faculty.
A total of 20,300 seats for male and 14,170 seats for female students would be offered in the category of commerce.
“This would be the highest numbers of seat in any category,” the CAP chairman said.   The students are directed to submit their forms at the designated branches (names and location of the branches are mentioned in the brochure) along with the required documents.
The candidates, who have passed matriculation examinations from the Karachi Board, would only attach the admit card of their exams.
The students of O Levels would attach two copies of their mark sheet of all subjects and those who appeared in the exams of technical boards should attach their mark sheets of Class IX and X.
The CAP Committee has decided that all colleges would act as guidance centres for the students. According to CAP record, 77, 000 placements were made for admissions to government colleges of Karachi in different faculties last year and the sale of brochures was around 92,000.
As per CAP calculations, 113,716 students have passed their matriculation examinations this year including 20,171 students in the arts group and 93,545 in science. 
The CAP Committee is also expecting approximately 5,000 candidates from O Levels and different examination boards other than the Karachi Board including students from technical boards and those students who could not get admitted last year for any valid reason.
As per previous years, a two percent quota for girls in co-education and two percent for candidates with disabilities has been allocated in colleges.
The CAP chairman announced that one percent quota for sports is reserved for the students who participated in the national/provincial or district level games (certificates required) in 10 colleges (five male and five female). 
The female students can apply on sports quota at the Government Degree Girls College in Pak Colony, the Government Degree Girls College in Baldia Town, the Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Govt Girls College in Azam Basti, the Government Girls College in Landhi Mill Area and the Government Degree Girls College in Ibrahim Hyderi. The boys can apply to the Government Degree Boys College Jungle Shah in Keamari, the Government Degree Boys College in Konkar Gadap, the Government Degree Boys College in KMC Store Nishter Road, the SM Arts and Commerce College and the Government Degree Boys College in Metroville. This year, 14 claim centres have been established including eight for female and six for male candidates.

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  1. em student of first year i wanna addmission in this college pls guide me where i get addmission form ?

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