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Final Provisional BS MERIT LIST 2020-2021

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i. Course : MBBS

ii. Tagged Districts and Seats Allocation

Sr. No. Name of Division No. of Seats
1 Badin 4
2 Dadu 4
3 Ghotki 3
4 Hyderabad 6
5 Jacobabad 3
6 Jamshoro 2
7 Kambar Shahdadkot 3
8 Kashmore 2
9 Khairpur 6
10 Larkana 4
11 Matyari 4
12 Mirpur Khas 6
13 Naushahro Feroze 4
14 Sijawal 1
15 Sanghar 5
16 Shaheed Benazirabad 4
17 Shikarpur 3
18 Sukkur 3
19 Tando Muhammad Khan 2
20 TandoAllahyar 3
21 Tharparkar 3
22 Thatta 3
23 Umerkot 4
24 IEAP (Local) 15
25 IEAP (Overseas and Foreign National 3
Total  100

iii. Admission Procedure:

a. Eligibility for local candidates The minimum qualification of a candidate for admission in 1st year MBBS program at Gambat Medical College, Gambat under admission category of merit is HSC / FSc Examinations or any equivalent examination of any other Board / Body recognized by IBCC in PreMedical Group i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology with at least “B” Grade  (60% marks and above) passed during the year mentioned in the schedule on the last page of prospectus. Candidates obtaining less than B grade in HSC (Pre-Medical) or equivalent Examination are not eligible.

The candidates who have passed any other examination of a foreign university or examining body, which contains the subjects declared as essential by council in scope and standard, is found equivalent upon certification by the IBCC to the intermediate science (Medical with 60% marks) examination of a Pakistani university or Board of Secondary Education. The candidates must have three science subjects viz Biology, Chemistry and Physics/Mathematics with at least 60% marks in the equivalent examination.

Address of IBCC Islamabad:

Secretary IBCC (Inter Board Committee of Chairman) office No: 342, Street No: 97, Sector G-9/4 Islamabad. 


Candidates and their parents for admission under the categories of General Merit and IEAP (Local) must be permanent residents and Domiciled in respective Districts of Sindh tagged to Pir Abdul Qadir Shah Jeelani Institute of Medical Sciences, Gambat.

b.  Eligibility of Overseas Pakistanis and Foreign Nationals
Eligibility criteria for Overseas Pakistanis /Foreign National candidates with qualification other than that from the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education in Pakistan.

• The candidates who have passed an examination equivalent  to intermediate level of Pakistan from a foreign education system with 60% marks as certified by IBCC. Subject wise equivalence by IBCC shall be the responsibility of the candidate to provide at the time of submission of application form.

• Out of three science subjects Biology,  Chemistry which are essential subjects and a third one as Physics/Mathematics.

• On foreign National seats, they need not to appear in the Entry Test. In lieu of entry test the candidates are required to have passed SAT-II Examination score with minimum 550 marks in each of the 3 science subjects of which two have to be Biology and Chemistry, the third one Physics/Mathematics

• Valid TOEFL or IELTS with a score of 500 or 5.5 respectively by NUML, Islamabad/Karachi. (For the candidates who have obtained their required qualifications from those institutions where the medium of instruction for their qualifications is not English).

• Passport with valid visa.

• Six passport size photographs of the candidate.

• Overseas Pakistani candidates seeking admission at the Institute having qualification from abroad, they need not to appear in the Entry Test, produce SAT-II Examination with minimum of 550 score in each subject i.e. Chemistry, Biology, Physics/Mathematics, they and their parent/s must posses domicile and PRC of the district tagged to the institute.

Nomination of Overseas Pakistanis and Foreign National Candidates
The candidates on Overseas Pakistanis and Foreign Nationals seats are nominated from the Economic Affairs Division and Higher Education Commission of Pakistan.

Candidates appearing in the entry test on 22nd October, 2017 conducted by NTS, organized by Dow University of Health Sciences as per government of Sindh Admission Policy 2017, will be eligible to apply for admission in session 2017-18 provided that the other criteria as mentioned in section A are fulfilled. The entry test result will be considered for preparation of the merit list for the candidates applying to this institute.


a. Working out of adjusted marks in Higher School Secondary Certificate Examination.

The following marks shall be added or deducted from the total marks of three science subjects of HSSC/FSc/Equivalence (Pre-Medical) inorder to prepare the adjusted marks.

i. Hafiz-e-Quraan Marks
Eleven Marks will be added to all Hafiz-e-Quraan candidates subject to the clearance of Hafiz-e-Quraan interview, to be conducted by Admission Committee and production of a legitimate certificate from an approved institution that he/she is a Hafiz-e-Quraan.

ii. Deduction for Improver / FSc / HSSC

10 Marks per year shall be deducted from the cumulative score of three science subjects, if there is a gap of more than two years between the year of Matriculation and year of Entry Test. (Two year is normal gap between matriculation & HSSC / Equivalence). Suppose a candidate is appearing in the Entry Test in year 2017.

Example No.1
Matriculation 2015
Entry Test 2017
Deduction Nil
Example No.2
Matriculation 2014
Entry Test 2017
Deduction 10
Example No.3
Matriculation 2013
Entry Test 2017
Deduction 20
………….and so on


iii. Tie in between two or more candidate

In-case the overall score of two or more candidates is equal, (a) the candidate securing higher marks in HSC /A Level (Pre-Medical) Shall be ranked higher on merit. (b) If HSC/A Level marks of two or more than two candidates are same then higher marks in Matriculation shall be ranked higher on merit for the purpose of admission and if the Matriculation marks of two or more than two candidates are also equal then (c) the candidate, older in age shall be ranked higher on merit for the purpose of admission.

b. Formula For Working Out the Overall Merit
i. Calculations for candidates possessing FSc/HSSC Certificate

a)Matriculation Science / O level Equivalent 10% Weightage

b) HSC (Pre-Medical) / A Level Equivalent Examination/FSc 40% Weightage (Only Science Subjects)

c) Entry Test 50% Weightage

Note: Only science subjects (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) will be considered in HSSC / FSc result for making district merit list.

Example: If a candidate has obtained the following marks :

a. Matric / O Level / Equivalence examination 650/850 = 76.47%

b. HSC / A Level / Equivalence (Three Science Subjects only 480 / 600 = 80.00%

c. Entry Test 300 / 400 = 75% His/Her Merit will be calculated as follows: Weightage for SSC-O Level Equivalent 76.47 X 0.1=7.65 Weightage for HSSC / A-Level Equivalent 80.00 X 0.4=32.00 Weightage for Entry Test 75.00X0.5=37.50

Overall Merit of the candidates = a+b+c=7.65+32.00+37.50=77.15 All allocations in percentages will be rounded up to two decimal points.

ii. Calculations for candidate possessing ‘A’ level Certificate

Similarly the merit calculation of A-Level (equivalence) candidates will be calculated for three science subjects (Biology, Chemistry and Physics / Mathematics) according to the IBCC formula given below for final merit calculation.

A Grade ……………..……. 85/100

B Grade ………………..…. 75/100

C Grade ………….……….. 65/100

Formula applied for merit calculation of candidates with A-Level/ Equivalence Examinations.

If a candidate has secured the following grades in science subjects:

Biology A Grade……………. 85/100
Physics / Mathematics A Grade……………. 85/100
Chemistry B Grade……………. 75/100
Total 245/300


Since the HSC Pre-Medical examination has 200 marks in each science subject (Biology, Chemistry and Physics / Maths). Making a maximum total of 600 marks, therefore the acquired marks of A-level candidates will be multiplied by two. 245×2/300×2=490/600=81.66…. a Similarly the ‘O’ level score will be calculated… b Entry Test Result…. c This overall merit of candidate will be calculated by the same formula i.e. 10% of ‘O’ level = a, 40% ‘A’ level = b and 50% Entry test = c a+b+c = Merit of the candidate.