Eligibility Criteria
  • Associate Degree in Science (Computer Science) Evening Program

    Applicants must have scored 50% or more marks. FSC/ Pre-Medical, Pre-Engineering, ICS or equivalent (minimum 12 years) with at least 50% marks. The Intermediate (Part I and II) examination of any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. Applicants must have scored 50% or more marks.

    Class Timing: 3:30 PM to 8:00 PM

    Note: University would offer program with subject to fulfillment minimum required induction

  • Bachelor of Science International Relations (BS-IR)

    The Intermediate (Part I and II) examination of any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. Applicants must have scored 50% or more marks.

    OR

    An examination equivalent to Intermediate. Such candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad, before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate the marks equivalent to marks in the Intermediate examination.

    OR

    The GCE 'A' level examination with three subjects. Such candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad, before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate the marks equivalent to marks in the Intermediate examination.

    Applicants awaiting results may be given provisional admission until the declaration of their respective results. Only those scoring 50% or more marks shall be considered. Those scoring less than 50% marks shall have their provisional admissions cancelled and shall be withdrawn from their respective programs.

    Applicants scoring minimum passing marks in the Intermediate or in GCE ‘A’ level or in any other examination equivalent to the intermediate are eligible for admission. Those getting partial pass results due to any reason, or who are required to appear in compartment/supplementary paper(s), are not eligible for admission even if their aggregate marks are 50% or more in their respective examination.

    The absolute value of percentage is considered as final; it is not rounded off to the next whole number, e.g., 49.9% is considered 49.9% and NOT 50%.

    The candidates who qualify the Admission Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA-Honors)

    The Intermediate (Part I and II) examination of any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. Applicants must have scored 50% or more marks.

    OR

    An examination equivalent to Intermediate. Such candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad, before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate the marks equivalent to marks in the Intermediate examination.

    OR

    The GCE 'A' level examination with three subjects. Such candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad, before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate the marks equivalent to marks in the Intermediate examination.

    Applicants awaiting results may be given provisional admission until the declaration of their respective results. Only those scoring 50% or more marks shall be considered. Those scoring less than 50% marks shall have their provisional admissions cancelled and shall be withdrawn from their respective programs.

    Applicants scoring minimum passing marks in the Intermediate or in GCE ‘A’ level or in any other examination equivalent to the intermediate are eligible for admission. Those getting partial pass results due to any reason, or who are required to appear in compartment/supplementary paper(s), are not eligible for admission even if their aggregate marks are 50% or more in their respective examination.

    The absolute value of percentage is considered as final; it is not rounded off to the next whole number, e.g., 49.9% is considered 49.9% and NOT 50%.

    The candidates who qualify the Admission Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

  • BS Aviation Management (BSAVM)

    The Intermediate (Part I and II) examination of any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. Applicants must have scored 50% or more marks.

    OR

    An examination equivalent to Intermediate. Such candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad, before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate the marks equivalent to marks in the Intermediate examination.

    OR

    The GCE 'A' level examination with three subjects. Such candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad, before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate the marks equivalent to marks in the Intermediate examination.

    Applicants awaiting results may be given provisional admission until the declaration of their respective results. Only those scoring 50% or more marks shall be considered. Those scoring less than 50% marks shall have their provisional admissions cancelled and shall be withdrawn from their respective programs.

    Applicants scoring minimum passing marks in the Intermediate or in GCE ‘A’ level or in any other examination equivalent to the intermediate are eligible for admission. Those getting partial pass results due to any reason, or who are required to appear in compartment/supplementary paper(s), are not eligible for admission even if their aggregate marks are 50% or more in their respective examination.

    The absolute value of percentage is considered as final; it is not rounded off to the next whole number, e.g., 49.9% is considered 49.9% and NOT 50%.

    The candidates who qualify the Admission Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

  • Bachelor of Electrical Engineering / Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering / Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering / Bachelor of Computer Engineering

    Applicants must have passed: Intermediate (Part I and II) examination with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics from any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. In addition, a combination of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Studies/ Computer Science (ICS) is also allowed for admission in all Engineering Programs with Chemistry as remedial subject/ course in 1st Semester after admission. Applicant must have scored ≥60% marks.

    OR

    An examination equivalent to Intermediate. Such candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee (IBCC), Islamabad before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate obtained equivalent marks in Intermediate.

    OR

    GCE ‘A’ level examination with three subjects (Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) or combination of Physics, Mathematics & Computer Studies/ Computer Science (ICS) is also allowed for admission in all Engineering Programs with Chemistry as remedial subject/ course in 1st Semester after admission The candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee (IBCC), Islamabad before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate obtained equivalent marks in Intermediate.

    Applicants awaiting results shall be given provisional admission until declaration of their respective results. Applicants scoring 60%. or more marks shall only be granted admission. Those scoring less than 60% marks shall have their provisional admission cancelled and they shall be withdrawn from their respective program. Upon announcement of results, only those applicants shall be granted admission, who pass ALL the subjects and score at least 60% marks. Applicants getting partial pass result, due to any reason, or required to appear in compartment / supplementary paper(s) shall not be eligible for admission, even if their aggregate marks are 60% or more.

    Applicants awaiting results shall be given PROVISIONAL ADMISSION until declaration of results from respective Boards/ Examination body. Applicants scoring ≥60% shall only be granted admission. Those scoring less than 60% marks shall have their provisional admission cancelled and they shall be withdrawn from their respective program immediately. Upon announcement of results, only those applicants shall be granted admission, who pass all subjects and score at least 60% marks. Applicants getting partial pass result, due to any reason, or required to appear in compartment / supplementary paper(s) shall not be eligible for admission, even if their aggregate marks are 60% or more.

    The absolute value of percentage is considered as final; it is not rounded off to the next whole number, e.g., 59.9% is considered 59.9% and NOT 60%.

    As per PEC revised Admission Criteria “The passing marks in the Entry Test by authorized HEIs/ Entities will be minimum 33%”

  • BS Computer Sciences (BSCS)

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics, certified by IBCC.

    OR

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC.

    Note:

    “Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in first two semesters.”

  • BS Information Technology (BSIT)

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics, certified by IBCC.

    OR

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC.

    Note:

    “Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in first two semesters.”

  • BS Cyber Security (BSCYS)

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics, certified by IBCC.

    OR

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC.

    Note:

    “Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in first two semesters.”

  • BS Data Science (BSDS)

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics, certified by IBCC.

    OR

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC.

    Note:

    “Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in the first two semesters.”

  • BS Accounting and Finance (BSAF)

    FA/FSc/I.Com/ICS or equivalent with minimum 50% marks

    The absolute value of percentage is considered as final; it is not rounded off to the next whole number, e.g., 49.9% is considered 49.9% and NOT 50%.

    The candidates who qualify the Admission Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

  • BS English(BSENG)

    FA/FSc or equivalent with minimum 50% marks and at least 55% marks in the subject of English.

    The absolute value of percentage is considered as final; it is not rounded off to the next whole number, e.g., 49.9% is considered 49.9% and NOT 50%.

    The candidates who qualify the Admission Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

  • BS Physics(BSP)

    F.Sc., Pre-Engineering OR equivalent with Physics and Mathematics as major subjects, minimum 50% marks.

    OR

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC.

    The candidates who qualify the Admission Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Note:

    Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in the first two semesters.

  • BS Mathematics (BSMATH)

    F.Sc., Pre-Engineering OR equivalent with Mathematics as major subject, minimum 50% marks.

    The absolute value of percentage is considered as final; it is not rounded off to the next whole number, e.g., 49.9% is considered 49.9% and NOT 50%.

    The candidates who qualify the Admission Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

  • BS Psychology (BSPsy)

    Applicant seeking admission in BS Psychology should have qualified the Intermediate examination from any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan ‘OR’ An examination equivalent to the Intermediate for which such candidates must submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter-Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad. Applicants must have scored 50% or more marks.

  • Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering (BME)

    Applicants must have passed: Intermediate (Part I and II) examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics/Biology from any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. Applicant must have scored 60% or more marks.

    OR

    An examination equivalent to Intermediate. Such candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate the marks equivalent to marks in Intermediate.

    OR

    GCE 'A' level examination with three subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Math/Biology.). The candidates are required to submit an Equivalence Certificate issued by the Inter Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad before the semester starts. This certificate must indicate the marks equivalent to marks in Intermediate.

    Applicants awaiting results shall be given provisional admission until declaration of their respective results. Applicants scoring 60%. or more marks shall only be granted admission. Those scoring less than 60% marks shall have their provisional admission cancelled and they shall be withdrawn from their respective program. Upon announcement of results, only those applicants shall be granted admission, who pass ALL the subjects and score at least 60% marks. Applicants getting partial pass result, due to any reason, or required to appear in compartment / supplementary paper(s) shall not be eligible for admission, even if their aggregate marks are 60% or more. The absolute value of percentage is considered as final; it is not rounded off to the next whole number, e.g., 59.9% is considered 59.9% and NOT 60%.

  • BS Health Care Management (BSHCM)

    The Intermediate (Part I and II) examination of any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. Applicants must have scored 50% or more marks.

    OR

    FSC/ Pre-Medical, Pre-Engineering or equivalent (minimum 12 years) with at least 50% marks.

  • BS Tourism and Hospitality Management (BSTHM)

    The Intermediate (Part I and II) examination of any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan. Applicants must have scored 50% or more marks.

    OR

    FSC/ Pre-Medical, Pre-Engineering or equivalent (minimum 12 years) with at least 50% marks.

  • BS Computer Games Development (BSCGD)

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics, certified by IBCC.

    OR

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC.

    Note:

    “Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in first two semesters.”

  • BS Software Engineering as (HEC Approved-Non PEC Program) (BSSE)

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics, certified by IBCC.

    OR

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC.

    Note:

    “Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in first two semesters.”

  • BS Artificial Intelligence (BSAI)

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Mathematics or equivalent qualification with Mathematics, certified by IBCC.

    OR

    At least 50% marks in Intermediate (HSSC) examination with Pre-Medical or equivalent qualification, certified by IBCC.

    Note:

    “Students with pre-medical, must have to pass deficiency courses of Mathematics of 6 credit hours in first two semesters.”

  • BS Strategic Studies (BSSS)

    Intermediate or equivalent (12 years of education) with a minimum of 50% marks

  • Bachelor of Education(BSEDU)

    As per AU policy, i.e., the candidates seeking admission in Bachelor of Education 4 years program should have qualified the Intermediate examination from any board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan ‘OR’ an examination equivalent to the Intermediate for which such candidates must submit An Equivalence Certificate issues by the Inter-Board Chairman Committee, Islamabad. Applicants must have scored 50% or more marks in at least 12 years schooling.

  • MS Aerospace Engineering (Evening)

    Specialization in Fluid Dynamics/Solid Mechanics

    BE/ B.Sc. Engineering (Aerospace/ Aeronautical/ Mechatronics / Mechanical / Chemical) with minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Avionics Engineering (Evening)

    Specialization in Communication Systems Engineering

    BE / B. Sc. Engineering (Electrical / Electronics/Avionics/ Computer/ Telecom), Minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage

    Specialization in Signal and Image Processing Engineering

    BE / B.Sc. Engineering (Electrical/ Electronics/ Avionics/ Computer/ Telecom), Minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be apply for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage

    Specialization in Microwave Engineering

    BE / B.Sc. Engineering (Electrical/ Electronics /Avionics), Minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Bio-Medical Engineering (Evening)

    BE / B.Sc. Engineering (Bio-Medical/ Mechanical/ Electrical, Electronics, Avionics, Aerospace and Mechatronics) with minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be apply for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Electrical Engineering (Evening)

    B.E/B.Sc Engineering (Avionics/ Computer/ Electrical /Electronics/ Mechatronics /Telecom). Fresh graduates are eligible but some relevant industrial experience will help a student gain more from the program.

    Minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Information Security (Evening)

    BE / B.Sc. Engineering (Electrical / Computer), BE Software Engg, B.Sc. Computer Science, BIT (4 years), Minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Mechanical Engineering (Evening)

    specialization in Design Engineering/Fluid Power Engineering

    BE / B.Sc. Engineering (Aerospace/ Aeronautical /Mechatronics / Mechanical / Chemical) with minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Mechatronics Engineering (Evening)

    BE/B.Sc. Engineering or similar qualification in a relevant discipline. Fresh graduates are eligible but some relevant industrial experience will help a student gain more from the program.

    Minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent. Students from other disciplines may be required to take prerequisite courses determined by the Department.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MBA-2 Years (Evening/Weekend)

    Minimum 16 years of education in any discipline (includes Engineering, MBBS, Computer Sciences, and Arts etc.)

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-2 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    Minimum 2.00/4.00 CGPA or 50% marks in annual system

    University Admission Test and Interview

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Business Analytics (Evening/Weekend)

    BS (Business Administration/Management Sciences), BS (Computer Science), BS (Software Engineering) or equivalent four year degree programs (Min 130 credit hours).

    16 years Science (Statistics, Mathematics), BS Engineering (Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering) graduates are eligible to apply. Credit hours to be studied will be considered on case-to case basis and as per need, a bridging or zero semester may be added. A minimum CGPA of 2.0/4.0 in the semester system or equvalent in annual system is required.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-2 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Management Sciences (Evening/Weekend)

    Minimum 16 years of education in a business related field (MBA/MPA/M.Com /ACMA /ACA/B.Com 4 years program) and BBA Hons. 4 years program (124-136 Cr. Hrs.) with at least 2.00/4.00 CGPA or equivalent in last-earned degree from HEC Recognized University/Institute.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-2 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Project Management (Evening/Weekend)

    Minimum 16 years of education (with124-136 Cr. Hrs.) with at least 2.00/4.00 CGPA or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-2 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Finance (Evening)

    Minimum 16 years of education - BBA, BS Commerce, BS Accounting, BS Accounting and Finance, BS Economics, BS Economics & Finance, ACCA, ICMA, M.Sc. Economics, B.Com Hons /MPA/M.Com or equivalent with at least 2.00/4.00 CGPA.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-2 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Operations and Supply Chain Management (Evening)

    HEC-recognized undergraduate-level degree (minimum 16 years) with (124 - 136 Cr. Hrs.) with at least 2.00/4.00 CGPA or equivalent in Engineering/Technology, Management, Computer Sciences, and Business-related discipline.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-A / HEC HAT Cat-2 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Clinical Psychology (Evening)

    Applications should have 16 years of education (either BS or MSc in Psychology).A minimum CGPA of 2.0 in the semester system or 60% marks in Annual system

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-B / HEC HAT Cat-3 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS /M.Phil in Linguistics and Literature (Evening)

    Master in English or Four years Bachelor Degree in English with minimum 45% marks from HEC recognized institute or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-B / HEC HAT Cat-3 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • M.Phil in Linguistics (Evening)

    Master in English or Four years Bachelor Degree in English with minimum 45% marks from HEC recognized institute or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-B / HEC HAT Cat-3 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Strategic Studies (Evening)

    16 years of education, preferably in (Defense & Strategic Studies, Political Science, Defense & Diplomatic Studies, Peace & Conflict Studies, Government and Public Policy Studies, Security Studies, War Studies, Pakistan Studies, Gender Studies, Energy, Environment, Climate Change Studies, and Area or Regional Studies) with at least 2.00/4.00 CGPA or 50% marks in last-earned degree from HEC Recognized University/Institute

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-B / HEC HAT Cat-3 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • M.Phil Education (Evening)

    B.Ed four years/ BS in Education /B. Ed 1.5 with MA/ B.Ed 2.00 with BA/ M.Ed/ MA Education/ MA EPM with minimum 2.0/4.0 or 45% marks from any HEC recognized University/ Institute.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-B / HEC HAT Cat-4 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    No professional/work experience is required.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Artificial Intelligence (Evening)

    Bachelor’s (or Master) degree in the subject of Computer Science /Artificial Intelligence / Data Sciences / Information Technologies / Mathematics / Statistics / Bioinformatics / Biomedical Sciences/Aviation Sciences / Aviation Management, or Engineering (Computer/Software/ Electrical/ Electronics/ Telecom/ Mechatronics/ Biomedical/Avionics/Aerospace/Naval Architecture), earned from the HEC recognized university/institute, after completing 16 years of education with a CGPA of at least 2.0(on the scale of 4.00), or first division in the annual system.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS in Applied Physics (Evening)

    Specialization in Renewable Energy / Nano Science & Technology / Computational Physics.

    M.Sc Physics / BS Physics / BS Engineering from HEC recognized institute with minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Computer Networks (Evening)

    For Graduates having BS(CS) or Equivalent Degree

    BS (CS) /BS (Software) 4 Years Degree Program (min 130 credit hours), or

    Computer Science Conversion Course 2 Years Degree Program referred to as “MCS” or “MSc (CS)” or 16 year Science (Statistics, Mathematics), BS Computing and Engineering (Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering) graduates are eligible but they have to cover the deficiency.

    Deficiency Courses:

    • Programming Fundamentals (Core Programming Course)

    • Operating Systems

    • Computer Networks

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Cryptology (Evening)

    BS degree in Computing discipline or Telecom or Computer Engineering with minim 130 credit hours and with at least 50% marks or 2.00/4.00 CGPA OR

    BS degree in Mathematics (Min 130 credit hours) with at least 50% marks or 2.00/4.00 CGPA

    Total Credit Hrs: 31
    1st Semester Credit Hrs: 9

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Computer Sciences (Evening/Weekend)

    16 years education with minimum 130 Credit Hrs in relevant subject (Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering or Information Technology.)

    At least 50% marks or 2.00/4.00 CGPA

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Cyber Security (Evening)

    16 years of education in BS Cyber Security or in any computing discipline with at least 50% marks or 2.00/4.00 CGPA

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Digital Forensics (Evening)

    BS degree in Computing discipline or Telecom or Computer Engineering with at least 50% marks or 2.00/4.00 CGPA

    Total Credit Hrs: 32
    1st Semester Credit Hrs: 10

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Data Science (Evening)

    Bachelor’s(or Master’s) degree in the subject of Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence/Data Science/Information Technology/Mathematics/Statistics/Bioinformatics/Biomedical Sciences/Aviation Sciences/Aviation Management, or Engineering (Computer/ Software/ Electrical/ Electronics/ Telecom/ Mechatronics /Biomedical/Avionics/Aerospace/Naval Architecture) earned from the HEC recognized university/institute, after completing 16 years of education with the CGPA of at least 2.00(on the scale of 4.00), or first division in the annual system. AU-GAT(Gen) at least 60% score OR NTS

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Computer Game Development (Evening)

    The graduates are eligible to apply who fall in anyone of the following:

    - BS(CS), BS(IT), BE(Software), BS(Engineering) or

    - Equivalent with 4 Years Degree Program (min 130 credit hours) are eligible but they have to cover deficiency during the degree.

    Deficiency Courses:

    • Programming Fundamentals and OOP (Core Programming Course)

    • Data Structures & Algorithms

    • Design & Analysis of Algorithms

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Mathematics (Evening)

    16 years of education with Major in Mathematics, Minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Software Engineering (Evening)

    Bachelor's (or Master's) degree in the subject of Science (Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence/Data Science/Information Technology) or Engineering (Computer /Software /Electrical/Electronics/Telecom) earned from the HEC recognized university/institute, after completing 16 years of education with a CGPA of at least 2.00 (on the scale of 4.00), or first division in the annual system.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Important Note: Students may have to cover the following deficiency courses if required.

    • Software Engineering
    • Probability and Statistics

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Systems Security (Evening)

    Applicant who has done BS in engineering discipline (Telecom, Electrical, Electronics, Computer Engineering, Avionics and Mechatronics Engineering), BS in Computing disciplines (Computer Science, Cyber security, Software engineering) or equivalent degree programs.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • MS Statistics (Evening)

    16 years of education (with MSc/BS in: Statistics, Mathematics, Data Science, Economics, Artificial Intelligence, Physics, Bio/Medical Statistics, Computer Sciences, Software Engineering, BE in computer Engineering/ Electrical Engineering, Actuarial Science), Minimum CGPA 2.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    NTS GAT(Gen) Cat-C / HEC HAT Cat-1 at least 50 score or GRE (general) with minimum of 151 score in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing. This must be passed before the date of admission in MS Program.

    The candidates who qualify the Entrance Test will only be offered admission as per position in merit list.

    Following Formula would be applied for merit calculation:

    • I. 50% Terminal Degree Weightage
    • II. 50% Test Weightage
  • PhD Engineering (Evening)

    Master degree (18years education) in engineering with a CGPA of at least 3.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    AU-GAT(Sub) at least 70% score or NTS-GAT(Sub) at least 60% score or GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).This must be passed before the date of admission in PhD Program.

    Candidates will appear for an interview for final selection.

  • PhD Management Sciences (Evening)

    Master degree in Management Sciences with a CGPA of at least 3.00/4.00 or equivalent.

    AU-GAT(Sub) at least 70% score or NTS-GAT(Sub) at least 60% score or GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).This must be passed before the date of admission in PhD Program.

    Candidates will appear for an interview for final selection.

  • PhD Linguistics and Literature (Evening)

    M.Phil/MS in English or equivalent with minimum CGPA 3.00/4.00 or equivalent from an institution recognized by the Higher Education Commission.

    AU-GAT(Sub) at least 70% score or NTS-GAT(Sub) at least 60% score or GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).This must be passed before the date of admission in PhD Program.

    Other requirements as stipulated by the Higher Education Commission.

    Successful completion of the University's admission procedure.

  • PhD Mathematics (Evening)

    M.Phil/MS in relevant field with CGPA 3.00/4.00 or equivalent

    AU-GAT(Sub) at least 70% score or NTS-GAT(Sub) at least 60% score. GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).This must be passed before the date of admission in PhD Program.

    Candidate will appear in an interview for final selection.

  • PhD in Physics (Evening)

    M.Phil/MS in relevant field with CGPA 3.00/4.00 or equivalent

    AU-GAT(Sub) at least 70% score or NTS-GAT(Sub) at least 60% score or GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).This must be passed before the date of admission in PhD Program.

    Candidates will appear for an interview for final selection.

  • PhD Computer Science (Evening)

    18 years M/Mphil degree in computer science or relevant field with minimum CGPA 3.0 At least 60% score in GRE/NTS GAT (subject) or equivalent Air University Test with at least 70 % score.GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).

  • PhD in Information Security (Evening)

    MS / M Phil /Equivalent degree in the relevant area (CS, EE, AvE, CE, IS, Cryptology, Systems Security etc) meeting (24 Cr Hrs coursework plus 6 Cr Hrs of thesis work) with a CGPA of at least 3.00 (on the scale of 4.00) or first division in annual system.

    GRE/GAT Subject in Information Security, with at least 60% score. In case of non-availability of GRE/GAT Subject in Information/Cyber Security, department would conduct an equivalent test based on HEC guidelines. The applicant has to score 70% in this test for becoming eligible for admission.

    GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).

    Candidates will appear for an interview for final selection.

  • PhD Cyber Security (Evening)

    18 years MS/Mphil degree in computer science or relevant field with minimum CGPA 3.0 At least 60% score in GRE/NTS GAT (subject) or equivalent Air University Test with at least 70 % score.GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).

  • PhD Artificial Intelligence (Evening)

    MS/MPhil degree in the subject of Computer Science/Artificial Intelligence/Data Science /Information Technology /Mathematics/ Statistics/ Bioinformatics / Biomedical Sciences/Aviation Sciences /Aviation Management, or Engineering (Computer/ Software/ Electrical/Electronics/Telecom/Mechatronics/Biomedical/Avionics/Aerospace/Naval Architecture) earned from the HEC recognized university/institute, after completing 18 year of education, meeting 30 Credit Hours with a CGPA of at least 3.00 (on the scale of 4.00), or first division in the annual system.

    AU-GAT(Sub) at least 70% score or NTS-GAT(Sub) at least 60% score or GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).This must be passed before the date of admission in PhD Program.

    Candidates will appear in the interview for final selection

  • PhD Strategic Studies (Evening)

    MS/ MPhil preferably in Security Studies, International Relations (IR), Peace and Conflict Studies, Strategic Studies (SS), Defense and Strategic Studies (DSS), Defense and Diplomatic Studies (DDS), Political Science, Pakistan Studies, or a relevant degree from a foreign military/ civilian institution with HEC equivalence, are eligible to apply.
    Minimum CGPA 3.00/4.00 or equivalent
    Statement of Purpose (Approx. 2000 words) / Research Proposal (Approx. 3000 words).
    All applicants shall be required to take one of the following non subject specific admissions test:
    i. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General test administered by the Education Testing Service with a minimum score of 300,
    ii. A GAT (Subject) with a minimum score of 60.
    iii. Or Air University General Graduate Admission Test with a minimum score of 70%.
    iv. Assessment of candidates by the Air University Admission Committee.

  • PhD Project Management (Evening)

    Candidate having a degree in MS Project Management/MS Engineering Management / MS Management Sciences from HEC recognized university with a minimum CGPA of 3.00/4.00

    AU-GAT(Sub) at least 70% score or NTS-GAT(Sub) at least 60% score or GRE (general) with minimum 300 score (155 in Quantitative Reasoning, 145 in Verbal Reasoning, and 3.5/6.0 in analytical writing).This must be passed before the date of admission in PhD Program.

    Candidates will appear for an interview for final selection.

  • PhD Admissions: Graduate Education Policy 2023

    Eligibility Criteria

    The applicant is required to meet the following minimum eligibility requirements:

    Degree Requirement:

    Prior to admission into a PhD program, the student shall have been awarded MS/MPhil or equivalent degree as described in this policy. Where necessary, the candidate may be admitted in Zero Semester to clear the deficient course of 9-12 Credit Hours, if/ as determined by the Departmental Admission Committee. Passing of Deficient courses with min 3.0/4.0 is mandatory in maximum two chances. The Zero Semester would not be counted towards maximum degree duration.

    Entry Test:

    Pass the Air University (equivalent to Graduate Record Examination GRE/Higher Education Aptitude Test (HAT in relevant category) with a passing score of 60% OR Pass an equivalent test conducted by Air University OR conducted by testing bodies accredited / recognized by HEC.

    Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA):

    • (a) For admission in a PhD program, a minimum CGPA of 3.00 (out of 4.00) or 60% (in the annual system degree awarded in percentage %) in the MS/MPhil/equivalent degree being considered for admission, is required, whether such degree was obtained from Pakistani or foreign universities.
    • (b) If the CGPA/Percentage is not mentioned on the transcript, the candidate must produce equivalent weightage from the degree awarding university.
    • (c) A student having strong demonstrated interest in obtaining PhD degree, but with CGPA below 3.00 (out of 4.00 in the semester system) or 60% marks (in the annual system degree awarded in percentage %) in the most recent degree obtained, may be admitted to a PhD program after fulfilling the following requirements:- (i) Register and pass additional courses of 9-12 CH of level 7 (Masters level) taking a zero semester at the awarding university/HEI/DAI and core minimum 3.00 out of 4.00 GPA, (ii) Satisfy the admission committee that the applicant's knowledge of primary area (level 7; Masters) has sufficiently prepared him/her to undertake the course of studies of the doctoral program, and (iii) fulfil all other requirements set in this policy for admission to a PhD program.

    Statement of Purpose:

    All applicants are required to submit a Statement of Purpose along with the application form, writing clearly their intended research interest and preference/choice of Supervisor where applicable. The statement of purpose will include: (i) Title of the potential research proposal, (ii) Clear articulation of the current understanding of the intended field and ideas for potential research, and (iii) Explanation of the intended impact of the proposed research.

    Admission Requirement for Intradisciplinary Degree Holders:

    The candidate who is intended to admission in a PhD program at AU with intra-disciplinary qualification is required to pass GRE-Subject/Equivalent Test with minimum 50% marks in the discipline of admission and also required to pass 6-9 CH of deficiency courses of level 7 of relevant degree program. The candidate should have strong interest in pursuing a PhD in a different discipline. These requirements shall be in addition to any other requirements set in this policy for admission to a PhD program. In such a case, the candidate would not be a student of PhD program. Such candidates would be offered provisional admissions to MS/MPhil programs offered in Fall & Spring intakes to enable the candidates to apply for PhD programs where intradisciplinary candidates are accepted. Contingent upon this qualification with min 3.0/4.0 in max two chances to fulfil the deficiency requirement, the candidate would be required to apply for PhD program (as and when offered), Pass the GAT (Subject)/ or Equivalent Test with 60% marks and appear before admission committee prior to admission. Based on Departmental Admission Committee’s recommendation the candidate may be admitted in a PhD Program. The Committee may further determine (where required) the deficient/ essential course (s) to study in addition to required mandatory 18 Credit Hours to complete the course work.

    For specific eligibility requirement of any PhD degree program, please click on program title.