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1. Eligibility Conditions

a. Age. 17-21 Years as on 1 Nov 2018 (relaxable for 3 months both in
upper and lower age limits).

b. Gender. Male

c. Marital Status. Unmarried

d. Nationality.

Citizens of Pakistan and domicile holders of Azad Kashmir / Gilgit Baltistan. Upon final selection, candidates with dual nationality will have to surrender nationalities other than Pakistani.

e. Physical Standards

(1) Minimum Height. 5’– 4” (162.5 cm).
(2) Weight. As per Body Mass Index.

f. Education

(1) FSc (Pre-medical) with minimum 70% marks or “A” level passed in Biology, Physics and Chemistry with minimum grade C.

(2) Candidates having domicile of Balochistan, Sind (District Tharparkar, Omar Kot), Northern Areas, Azad Kashmir (Upper Neelam Valley) and FATA can apply with 65% marks.

(3) Candidates possessing foreign qualifications such as ‘O’ Level and ‘A’ Level etc will be required to obtain Equivalence Certificate and conversion of marks from Inter Board Committee of Chairman (IBCC), Ministry of Education, Islamabad and attach it with application form.

(4) Candidates who have passed FSc Part-I Examination with minimum 70% marks and appeared/are appearing in FSc PartII/Final Examination can also apply on “HOPE Certificates” by the Head of the institutions. Such candidates must deposit an attested copy of FSc Part II Certificate/ Mark Sheets to PA Directorate (PA-3C) GHQ Rawalpindi within 5 days of announcement of result; otherwise their selection will not be processed further.

2. Ineligibility Conditions

a. “Not Recommended” twice by ISSB/GHQ Selection Board.
b. Declared medically UNFIT by CMH/Appeal Medical Board.
c. Declared medically UNFIT due to Hepatitis B & C (Appeal Medical Board cannot be requested)
d. Enrolled cadets and recruits withdrawn/resigned/discharged/ dismissed from Armed Forces (Army, Navy and Air Force) training academies/institutions on the grounds of discipline, character, medical, inefficiency, weak profile, own request or declared unsuitable.
e. An individual dismissed/removed from any other government service.
f. Convicted by a Court of Law for an offence involving moral turpitude.

3. Registration and Preliminary Selection Procedure.

Candidates can either register through internet on website or by visiting Army Selection and Recruitment Centers (AS&RCs). Following procedure will be adopted:-
a. Registration Through Internet. A candidate can register on website Date and time of test shall be intimated on internet, for which the individual should have an e-mail account. Candidates will report on exact date and time given for preliminary test on computerized roll no slip. Date once given will not be changed. Candidates will also bring along documents mentioned in para 6 and will pay prospectus fee on the day of test. Candidates MUST attain working knowledge of computer as registration and test will be conducted on computers.
b. Registration at AS&RCs. The candidates may report at nearest AS&RCs for registration / allotment of roll no alongwith necessary documents mentioned in para 6 and the prospectus fee for completion of registration formalities. The Candidates will bring these documents on the day of test as well.

c. Schedule of Registration / Preliminary Tests. Registration and Preliminary Test will be held as per the following schedule:-

Registration 4 Jun to 01 Jul 2018
Preliminary Tests including Written/Intelligence/Personality 17 Jul To 27 Jul 2018

d. Important Points

(1) Provincial Entry Test. Candidates who apply for admission as Medical Cadet (for Army only) in AM College Rwp, CMH Lhr Med College, Quetta Institute of Medical Sciences, CMH Multan Medical College, Karachi Institute of Medical Sciences Must have registered/ appeared themselves in any fresh provincial entry test as eligible (UHS, ETEA, MCAT, NUMS, AJ&K State exam etc).
(2) Candidate must mention the name of College for which applying (Army Medical College Rawalpindi or CMH Lahore Medical College) at the top of application form (page 1). Candidate can also opt for Colleges priority wise.
(3) During the registration on internet, the candidate must specify his choice for Colleges carefully.
(4) A candidate selected at merit for one institution shall not be changed.
(5) Candidate sel for MBBS in any of said medical colleges if not appeared/ registered in their respective regional exams shall stand ineligible.
e. Written/Intelligence/Personality Test. Written test will be based on multiple choice questions from English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry. The candidate declared successful in written test will undergo physical/medical tests at AS&RCs.
f. Physical Test. The candidates must qualify the following physical tests:-
(1) 1.6 Km run 9 Minutes.
(2) Push Ups 15 repetition in 2 Minutes.
(3) Sit Ups 15 repetition in 2 Minutes.
(4) Chin Ups 3 repetition in 2 Minutes.
(5) Ditch Crossing 7’. 4” x 7’. 4” with a depth of 4 feet.
g. Preliminary Medical Test. Initial medical test at AS&RCs.

4. Further Selection. Shortlisted candidates will receive notice for intelligence/personality test and interviews by the GHQ Selection Board at Army Medical College, Rawalpindi through website as well as call up letter. Medical examination of recommended candidates will be carried out at nearby CMHs. Final selection will be made at GHQ on the basis of candidate’s overall performance.

5. Academics/Military Training

a. Academics
Discipline / Duration
MBBS Course 5 years study at Army Medical Colleges Rawalpindi Lahore, Quetta, Karachi & Multan.
BDS Course 4 years study at Army Medical College Rawalpindi
b. Military Training. 22 x Weeks Basic Military Training (BMT) at PMA Kakul, after completion of final professional examination.

6. Documents Required at AS&RCs.

a. 1 x attested photocopy of Matric certificate. In case of ‘O’ Level/’A’ Level, submission of equivalence certificate issued by IBCC is mandatory.
b. 1 x attested photocopies of Computerized National Identity Card or Form ‘B’ issued by NADRA.
c. 1 x attested photocopies of FSc Part-I (Pre-Medical) details marks certificate and “Hope” certificate from Principal of college that the candidate will get minimum 70% marks in FSc Part-II Examination.
d. Attested passport size photographs must be pasted on Appl form.
e. Candidates who have already cleared FSc Part-II (Pre-Medical) will produce 1x attested photocopies of Detail Marks Sheets (DMC).
f. Candidates will deposit crossed postal orders of Rs 100.00 in favour of Director General Personnel Administration (DGPA), GHQ Rawalpindi.
Pay Order/Bank Draft will not be accepted.

7. Bond. Finally selected candidates will be required to sign a bond to serve the Army for a minimum period of 13 years. The applicability of bond will commence on completion of MBBS Degree Course at respective Medical College.

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Nearest Army Selection and Recruitment Centres at Rawalpindi, Muzaffarabad (AK), Lahore, Faisalabad Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta, Gilgit, Hyderabad and Multan, Dera Ismail Khan, Khuzdar & Pano Aqil
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a. Age as on 1 Nov 2018. 20-25 Years

b. Gender. Male.

c. Marital Status. Unmarried (Married serving personnel of the Armed Forces over 20 years of age are eligible).

d. Nationality. Citizens of Pakistan and domicile holders of Azad Kashmir / Gilgit-Baltistan. Upon final selection candidates with dual nationality will have to surrender nationalities other than Pakistan.

e. Physical Standards
(1) Minimum Height – 5′ – 4″ (162.5 cm)
(2) Weight – As per the Body Mass Index

f. Education
(1) Candidates who secure 55% marks or above in BA / BSc or Equivalent, BS, BA / BSc (Hons) and BBA / BPA, with 50% marks in FA / FSc/Equivalent are eligible for Graduate Course.

(2) Relaxation of Marks. 50% marks for the candidates from specified areas with domicile and who have been actually studying in same areas. Areas including Balolchistan, FATA, Gilgit-Baltistan, District Neelum Azad Jammu Kashmir, District Kohistan, Chitral, Dir, Tehsil Bala Kot (Kaghan, Naran) of District Mansehra in KPK, Tharparker and Tehsil Umer Kot in Sind, District Rajanpur, Area of Cholistan Desert, Drawar Fort, Salamsar, Mojgarh and Dingarh of Punjab.

(3) Serving Army Soldiers. 50% marks in BA/BSc and equivalent.

(4) Hope Certificate. Candidates who have passed Part-I of BA / BSc / Equivalent Examination with minimum 55 % marks and have appeared / are appearing in Part-II / Final Examination can also apply on “Hope Certificate” by Head of the institutions.

(5) Verification of Marks Sheet / Certificate. Candidates not issued with certificates or in possession of duplicate/revised mark sheets/certificates of Matric / Intermediate / BA / BSc must get a Verification Certificate signed by Secretary/Controller Examination of concerned Board/University.

2. Ineligibility Conditions

a. A candidate is ineligible if he is twice rejected by ISSB/GHQ/NHQ/AHQ Selection Board or once rejected by ISSB and once rejected by GHQ/NHQ/AHQ Selection Board.

b. Permanently declared UNFIT by Appeal Medical Board.

c. Declared unfit by any Armed Forces Hospital except those cleared by
Appeal Medical Board.

d. Declared medically unfit due to Hepatitis B & C (cannot request for Appeal Medical Board).

e. Dismissed/removed/debarred from Government Services including Armed Forces.

f. Withdrawn from any Academy / Training Institution of Armed Forces on any ground.

g. Withdrawn from any bonded Armed Forces College/Institution on
disciplinary grounds.

h. Convicted in a Court of Law for an offence involving moral turpitude.

3. Registration and Preliminary Selection Procedure. Candidates can either register through Internet or by visiting Army Selection and Recruitment Centres (AS&RCs).

Following procedure will be adopted:-

a. Registration Through Internet. A candidate can register on website Date and time of test shall be intimated on internet for which the individual should have an e-mail account. Candidate will report on exact date and time given for preliminary test on computerized roll no slip. Date once given will not be changed. Candidates will also bring along all documents mentioned in para 6 and will pay prospectus fee on the day of test. Candidates MUST attain working knowledge of computer as registration and tests will be conducted on computers.

b. Registration at Army Selection and Recruitment Centres (AS&RCs).
The candidates may report at nearest AS&RCs for registration / allotment of roll no alongwith necessary documents mentioned in para 6 and prospectus fee for completion of registration formalities. Candidates will bring these documents on the day of test as well.

c. Schedule of Registration / Preliminary Tests. Registration and Preliminary Tests will be held as per following schedule:-

Registration 15 Jun – 18 Jul 2018

Preliminary Tests 30 Jul – 27 Aug 2018

d. Preliminary Selection

(1) Written/ Intelligence Tests. Written/Intelligence tests will be based on multiple choice questions from English, Maths, Pak Studies, Islamiat and General Knowledge. The candidates declared successful in written/intelligence tests will undergo physical / medical tests and interviews at AS&RCs.

(2) Physical Tests. The candidates must qualify the following physical standards at the time of preliminary selection:-

(a) 1.6 Km Run – 8 minutes
(b) Push Ups – 15 repetitions in 2 minutes
(c) Sit Ups – 20 repetitions in 2 minutes
(d) Chin Ups – 3 repetitions in 2 minutes
(e) Ditch Crossing – 7’.4” x 7’.4” with a depth of 4’

(3) Interview. Successful candidates will be interviewed at AS&RC and short listed for ISSB test.

(4) Successful candidates will receive notice for ISSB tests through website as well as call letter.

4. Further Selection. Candidates who are selected by AS&RCs will be called for ISSB Test. Medical examination of ISSB recommended candidates will be carried out at nearby CMHs. The final selection will be made at GHQ on the basis of candidate’s performance.

5. Training Period at Pakistan Military Academy (PMA). 1 Year.

Note:- After completion of successfully 1 year training at PMA No Gentlemen Cadet of Graduate Course irrespective of their any technical qualification will be allotted Technical Arms (Engineers / Signals / Electrical Mechanical Engineering).

6. Documents Required at AS&RCs

a. Original certificate / detailed Marks Sheet of Matric/FA/FSc/ BA/BSc Equivalent.

b. Computerized National Identity Card for 18 years and above or Computerized Form “B” alongwith Guardian’s Computerized National Identity Card (Father or Mother) for less than 18 years old.

c. One set of attested photocopies of above mentioned documents.

d. 3 x Passport size Coloured photos duly attested (front and back) by Principal/Class 1 Gazetted Officer.

Note: – Old National Identity Card and Form “B” will not be accepted.

7. PAKISTAN NATIONALS RESIDING ABROAD. Eligible candidates residing
abroad are exempted from Preliminary Selection. However, Defence Attaches will ascertain their overall suitability, physical deformity and stammering aspects. The candidates are advised to approach Pakistani Embassies (Military/Defence Attaches) in the country where residing or Personnel Administration Directorate PA-3(a), GHQ Rawalpindi, for issuance of Application Forms. They will submit their Application Forms
alongwith connected documents through Pakistani Embassies by 31 Aug 2018. A postal order of Rs. 100/- and a Bank Draft of Rs. 500/- in the name of Director Personnel Administration (Selection), Personnel Administration Directorate, GHQ Rawalpindi will be attached with the Application Form. Postal address in Pakistan should also be indicated in the Application Forms so that call up notice for ISSB Tests/ Interviews and further
correspondence to eligible candidates can be made on the given Pakistani address. No traveling allowance will be admissible for travelling to and from Pakistan.

8. Incentives / Privileges

a. Handsome pay package, free medical (family and parents) and servant facility.

b. Adventure opportunities such as para jumping, riding, mountaineering, skiing, water sports etc.

c. Employment on United Nations missions abroad.

d. Courses abroad in various Foreign Countries.

e. Compatible service benefits/package.

f. Accelerated commission in Pakistan Army after training for just one year.

For further details visit


Nearest Army Selection and Recruitment Centres at Rawalpindi, Lahore,
Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta, Gilgit, Hyderabad, Multan, Muzaffarabad, Faisalabad, Khuzdar, Pano Aqil and D.I Khan

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For ISSB call up notices visit



Army Selection and Recruitment Center Rawalpindi

Telephone Nos: 051-561-34137

Address: Roomi Road Opposite Transit Camp Rawalpindi Cantonment

Army Selection and Recruitment Office A.K.
Telephone No: 051-561-34184
Address: Roomi Road Opposite Transit Camp Rawalpindi Cantonment

Army Selection and Recruitment Office Jehlum
Telephone No: 0544-69-35885
Address: Kazim Shaheed Road Opposite Union Bank Jhelum

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Eid al Fitr 2018

by Pasban on June 15, 2018 No comments

Eid al Fitr 2018

Eid al Fitr 2018 Mubarak

Eid al-Fitr (Arabic: عيد الفطر‎ ʻĪd al-Fiṭr, IPA: is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting (sawm). This religious Eid (Muslim religious festival) is the first and only day in the month of Shawwal during which Muslims are not permitted to fast. The holiday celebrates the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting during the entire month of Ramadan. The day of Eid, therefore, falls on the first day of the month of Shawwal. The date for the start of any lunar Hijri month varies based on when the new moon is sighted by local religious authorities, so the exact day of celebration varies by locality.

Eid al-Fitr has a particular salat (Islamic prayer) consisting of two rakats (units) and generally offered in an open field or large hall. It may be performed only in congregation (Jama’at) and has an additional extra six Takbirs (raising of the hands to the ears while saying “Allāhu Akbar” which means “God is the greatest”), three of them in the beginning of the first raka’ah and three of them just before ruku’in the second raka’ah in the Hanafi school of Sunni Islam. Other Sunni schools usually have twelve Takbirs, seven in the first, and five at the beginning of the second raka’ah. According to Shia Islam, it has 6 Takbirs in the first Rakat at the end of qira’a, before ruku`, and 5 in the second.This Eid al-Fitr salat is, depending on which juristic opinion is followed, Fard فرض (obligatory), Mustahabb مستحب (strongly recommended, just short of obligatory) or Mandoob مندوب (preferable).

Muslims believe that they are commanded by Allah, as mentioned in the Quran, to continue their fast until the last day of Ramadan and pay the Zakat al-Fitr before offering the Eid prayers.

Eid al-Fitr was originated by the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is observed on the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal at the end of the month of Ramadan, during which Muslims undergo a period of fasting.

According to certain traditions, these festivals were initiated in Medina after the migration of Muhammad from Mecca. Anas reports: When the Prophet arrived in Madinah, he found people celebrating two specific days in which they used to entertain themselves with recreation and merriment. He asked them about the nature of these festivities at which they replied that these days were occasions of fun and recreation. At this, the Prophet remarked that the Almighty has fixed two days [of festivity] instead of these for you which are better than these: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha

General rituals
Traditionally, it is the day (beginning at sunset) of the first sighting of the crescent moon shortly after sunset. If the moon is not observed immediately after the 29th day of the previous lunar month (either because clouds block its view or because the western sky is still too bright when the moon sets), then it is the following day.[citation needed]

Eid al-Fitr is celebrated for one, two or three days. It is forbidden to fast on the Day of Eid. Also, a specific prayer is nominated for this day.[8] As an obligatory act of charity, money is paid to the poor and the needy (Arabic: Zakat-ul-fitr) before performing the ‘Eid prayer. As another rituals, Muslims recite the following incantation in a low voice while going to the Eid prayer: Allāhu Akbar, Allāhu Akbar, Allāhu Akbar. Lā ilāha illà l-Lāh wal-Lāhu akbar, Allahu akbar walil-Lāhi l-ḥamd. Recitation ceases when they get to the place of Eid or once the Imam commences activities.

Eid prayer and eidgah
The Eid prayer is performed in congregation in open areas like fields, community centres, etc. or at mosques. No call to prayer is given for this Eid prayer, and it consists of only two units of prayer with an additional six incantations. The Eid prayer is followed by the sermon and then a supplication asking for Allah’s forgiveness, mercy, peace and blessings for all living beings across the world. The sermon also instructs Muslims as to the performance of rituals of Eid, such as the zakat. Listening to the sermon at Eid is not required and is optional, a Sunnah i.e. while the sermon is being delivered. After the prayers, Muslims visit their relatives, friends and acquaintances or hold large communal celebrations in homes, community centers or rented halls.[citation needed]

Eid gifts, known as Eidi, are frequently given at eid to children and immediate relatives.

Performing Eid-ul-fitr prayer
Eid al-Fitr prayer (Salat al-Eid) or Eid al-Fitr Namaz is performed on the occasion of Eid. The Prayer of Eid al-Fitr is performed in two different ways by Sunni and Shia Islam.

Sunni procedure
There are two Rak’ah (Rakaat) performed in the Eid al-Fitr prayer.[12] The prayer of Eid al-Fitr starts by doing “Niyyat” for the prayer and then Takbeer (Allahu Akbar) is said by the Imam and all the followers. The next is to recite “Takbeer-e-Tehreema” in first Rakaat. Then the congregation says Allahu Akbar seven times, every time raising hands to the ears and dropping them except the last time when hands are folded. Then the Imam reads the Surah-e-Fatiha and other Surah. Then the congregation performs Ruku and Sujud as in other prayers. This completes the first Rak’ah. Then the congregation rises up from the first Rak’ah and folds hands for the second Rak’ah. In the next step the Imam says five takbirat, followed by the congregation, every time raising the hands to the ears and dropping them except the last time when the hands are folded. Again the Imam reads the Surah-e-Fatiha and another Surah followed by the Ruku and Sujud. This completes the Eid prayer. After the prayer there is a khutbah.

Shia procedure
Shia also perform two Rak’ah in the Eid al-Fitr prayer. Prayer starts with the Niyyat followed by the five “Takbeers”. During every “Takbeer” of the first Rak’ah, a special Dua is recited. Then the Imam recites Sūrat al-Fātiḥah and Surat Al-‘A`lá and the congregation performs Ruku and Sujud as in other prayers. In the second Rak’ah again the same above steps (five Takbeers, Sūrat al-Fātiḥah and Surat Al-‘A`lá, Ruku and Sujud) are repeated. After the prayer, Khutbah starts.

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Chaand Raat

by Pasban on June 15, 2018 No comments

Chaand Raat

Chaand Raat Mubarak

Chaand Raat (Bengali: চাঁদ রাত, Urdu: چاند رات‬‎, Hindi: चाँद रात; literally Night of the moon) is a Bengali, Urdu and Hindi locution used in Bangladesh, Pakistan and India for the eve of the Muslim festival of Eid ul-Fitr; it can also mean a night with a new moon for the new Islamic month shawwal. Chaand Raat is a time of celebration when families and friends gather in open areas at the end of the last day of Ramadan to spot the new moon, which signals the arrival of the Islamic month of Shawwal and the day of Eid. Once the moon is sighted, people wish each other Chaand Raat Mubarak (“Have a blessed night of the new moon”) or Eid Mubarak (“Blessings of the Eid day”). Women and girls decorate their hands with mehndi (henna), and people prepare desserts for the next day of Eid and do last rounds of shopping. City streets have a festive look, and brightly decorated malls and markets remain open late into the night. Chaand Raat is celebrated festively and passionately by Muslims (and occasionally non-Muslims as well) all over South Asia, and in socio-cultural significance, is comparable to Christmas Eve.


The term is derived from the Sanskrit words candrá (चंद्र) “moon” and rā́tri (रात्रि) “night”.


Chaand Raat celebrations occur on the eve of Eid ul-Fitr, which is celebrated on the 1st of Shawwal. The beginning of an Islamic month depends on the first sighting of the lunar crescent and thus the month of Ramadan can be of either 29 or 30 days. The new moon is announced by the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee and Chaand Raat occurs on the same evening (on which first lunar crescent of the month of Shawwal is observed). As the exact day of Eid ul-Fitr is dependent on the moon sighting, Chaand Raat is considered more festive on Eid ul-Fitr than Eid ul-Adha, which is known well in advance.

As soon as the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee announces the sighting of the new moon, announcements are made from mosques, television channels and radio stations. Festivities begin almost instantly and continue all night until the morning Fajr prayer. Entire families head out towards the local bazaars, markets and shopping malls. Women usually purchase items such as Shalwar Kameez, bangles, jewellery and bags while men mostly concentrate on shoes. Gifts and sweets are brought for friends while toys are brought for children. Barbar shops and beauty parlors are also heavily visited in the evening in preparation for the following day. Women and girls decorate their hands with mehndi as well. Decorative lights are put up in markets as well as government buildings, banks and mosques. Chaand Raat also gives a chance for people to meet with friends and extended family.

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Cadet College Hassan Abdal Admission 1st Year for 2018

by Pasban on June 11, 2018 No comments

Cadet College Hassan Abdal Admission 1st Year for 2018

Admission to Class 1st Year for 2018

Cadet College Hassan Abdal Admission 1st Year for 2018, The point of entry in this College is Class VIII only, however, a few vacancies (almost 20-30) occur in the Class XI. These vacancies are filled on the basis of the result of written examination, interview and medical test.





Pre-Engineering / Pre-Medical


Only those candidates who obtain 80% marks (Grade A-I) or more in the Board Matriculation Examination (or equivalent) are eligible to appear in the written examination. If Board Results are not declared by that time then Result Card of Class 9 and a Hope Certificate (original) from the Head of Institution last attended, for obtaining more than 80% marks in Matriculation final, may be attached.

Written Examination:

The Written Examination is held at Cadet College, Hasan Abdal. There is no other exam centre in any city for this entrance exam. It comprises following three papers (four subjects) based on Matriculation syllabus:

  1. English
  2. Mathematics or Biology
  3. Chemistry & Physics (combined paper)

Interview & Medical Examination:

Those who qualify the Written Examination are interviewed after the announcement of results. Medical Examination is also conducted on the same day of interview.

Admission Forms:

College Prospectus contains the Application Forms and detailed information about this institution. It can be obtained from the College Admission Office by hand on cash payment of Rs.800/- or by post within the country for Rs.1058/- through Habib Bank Limited.  Challan Form For Prospectus

It can be obtained by post outside the country for Rs.1500/- through a bank draft drawn on Habib Bank Hasan Abdal, in favour of Principal, Cadet College, Hasan Abdal. Cheques will not be acceptable. For prospectus by post, the candidate must send his Name, Father Name, Telephone/Mobile Number, Postal Address and Class for which Admission is sought, with the Copy of Challan Form deposited in Habib Bank Limited.

To save the time, the easiest way to complete the process of submission of forms and getting prospectus is to download the Admission Form (including Address Slips and Challan Form) from the College website during given dates. 

The downloaded form will have to be submitted along with a fee of Rs. 2558/-(includes registration fee and cost of prospectus) through Habib Bank Challan form (available along with the downloaded Admission Form) and deposited in any branch of Habib Bank Limited. (Pak Rs. 3000/- for those living abroad in form of bank draft in favour of Principal, Cadet College Hasan Abdal). Application form Complete in all respect and copy of challan form (deposited) is to be sent to the address: Principal Cadet College Hasan Abdal. Prospectus will be sent on the postal address given in the form.

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MCJ Written Test Result 1st Year Class Entry 2018

by Pasban on June 8, 2018 No comments

Written Test Result 1st Year Class Entry 2018

The result of written test XI Class Entry 2018 has been announced.

The following candidates have been selected for intelligence / interview test. The date and station of interviews will be communicated later on.

Military College Jhelum
Written Test Result 1st Year Class Entry 2018
Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No
10129 10575 11251 11811 12566 13259
10132 10594 11258 11845 12580 13263
10151 10597 11279 11852 12584 13306
10153 10598 11293 11853 12607 13308
10158 10599 11294 11859 12619 13313
10170 10604 11325 11861 12659 13330
10206 10632 11328 11887 12667 13338
10208 10638 11330 11892 12741 13448
10221 10642 11347 11902 12761 13449
10229 10648 11364 11906 12763 13493
10232 10657 11375 11912 12770 13529
10233 10689 11388 11940 12773 13601
10238 10724 11399 11969 12783 13614
10242 10732 11400 11978 12787 13623
10246 10762 11490 12025 12806 13628
10264 10768 11517 12094 12807 13651
10273 10773 11530 12117 12825 13680
10281 10795 11531 12126 12839 13694
10304 10849 11533 12151 12853 13700
10328 10857 11555 12157 12854 13758
10331 10859 11561 12167 12857 13768
10345 10920 11567 12197 12858 13783
10356 10929 11572 12209 12879 13787
10358 10935 11573 12212 12894 13790
10366 10945 11589 12229 12915 13804
10369 10956 11595 12246 12934 13839
10376 10986 11596 12249 12936 13852
10413 11001 11617 12250 12995 13860
10416 11008 11652 12256 13011 13872
10425 11049 11682 12264 13026 13883
10446 11093 11696 12283 13034 13955
10448 11096 11697 12316 13093 13993
10454 11103 11711 12326 13113 14037
10456 11118 11712 12384 13140 14053
10464 11178 11717 12388 13143 14094
10513 11184 11718 12390 13150 14099
10523 11188 11764 12438 13180 14138
10533 11215 11766 12483 13182 14152
10559 11218 11783 12485 13203
10566 11234 11784 12527 13207
Errors & Omissions Are Expected

Alhamdulilah by the grace of Allah Almighty

Our Brilliant Student Malik Sami Ullah Ishaq Roll No 13628 passed XI WRITTEN TEST-2018 for Military College Jhelum.

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Military College Jhelum Admissions in 8th Class Entry 2019 Open

by Pasban on June 4, 2018 No comments

Military College Jhelum Admissions in 8th Class Entry 2019 Open

Military College Jhelum Admissions in 8th Class Entry 2019 Open and Online applications are invited for 8th class admission in Military College Jhelum. The last date for submission of application is Monday, 10 September 2018 with normal fee and Wednesday, 10 October 2018 with double fee.



12 to 14 years as on 01 April 2019, however, waiver of 90 days will be granted by the competent authority in upper and lower age limits in all categories as per existing rule for which candidate will have to apply.


Class 7th passed, candidates appearing in 7th class final exam may also apply.

Male candidates can only apply.

Selection Procedure. Admission will be based on performance in Written Test, Intelligence Test / Interview and Medical Examination.

Examination Schedule.

Entrance Examination will be held on Sunday, 28 October 2018. Candidates will have to appear in written test of English, Urdu, Mathematics, General Science, and Islamiat (Pakistan Studies for non-Muslim) from syllabus of class 5th, 6th and 7th of Punjab Text Book Board. Candidates qualifying the merit will only be called for Intelligence Test and Interview at prescribed centres. Finally selected candidate will only be informed / called.

Self Finance.

In addition to regular induction, some seats are available for induction under self finance scheme. Candidates seeking admission in this category will also select Self Finance option on the same online form. Selection procedure for this scheme will be the same, however, their Fee Structure will be different.

Joint Military Education and Training.

During training at college after passing 10th class, some students may be selected to undergo two years training at PAF or Pak Navy cadet colleges for Joint Military Education and Training.

Helpline. For any query or registration, please contact:–


Incomplete, without required amount of challan form and applications received after due date will not be entertained. No excuse/complaint regarding this will be entertained later on as Online Admission System will be Disabled after due date. Examination Center will not be changed once selected.

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Military College Murree XI written test result 2018

by Pasban on June 3, 2018 2 comments

Military College Murree XI written test result 2018

Military College Murree XI WRITTEN TEST RESULT 2018 ANNOUNCED conducted on 1st May 2018 has been announced. List of successful candidates is attached:

Alhamdulilah by the grace of Allah Almighty Our Brilliant Student Malik Sami Ullah Ishaq Roll No 4225 passed XI WRITTEN TEST-2018 for Military College Murree. Congratulations.

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top10 tips for entry tests of military paf cadet colleges

by Pasban on June 1, 2018 No comments

Top 10 Tips for Entry tests of Military, PAF & Cadet Colleges

Top 10 tips for the entry tests of military, paf, & cadet colleges follow the following tips for more guidance contact us.

Give yourself enough time to study

Don’t leave it until the last minute. While some students do seem to thrive on last-minute cramming, it’s widely accepted that (for most of us) this is not the best way to approach an exam. To help sort out your time management, set up a timetable for your study. Write down how many exams you have and the days on which you have to sit them. Then organize your study accordingly. You may want to give some exams more study time than others, so find a balance that you feel comfortable with.

Organize your study space

Make sure you have enough space to spread your textbooks and notes out. Have you got enough light? Is your chair comfortable? Are your computer games out of sight?

Try and get rid of all distractions, and make sure you feel as comfortable and able to focus as possible. For some people, this may mean almost complete silence. Some of us need everything completely tidy and organized in order to concentrate, while others thrive in a more cluttered environment. Think about what works for you, and take the time to get it right.

Use flow charts and diagrams

Visual aids can be really helpful when revising. At the start of a topic, challenge yourself to write down everything you already know about a topic – and then highlight where the gaps lie. Closer to the exam, condense your revision notes into one-page diagrams. Getting your ideas down in this brief format can then help you to quickly recall everything you need to know during the exam.

Practice on old exams

One of the most effective ways to prepare for exams is to practice taking past versions. This helps you get used to the format of the questions, and – if you time yourself – can also be good practice for making sure you spend the right amount of time on each section.

Explain your answers to others

Parents and little brothers and sisters don’t have to be annoying around exam time. Use them to your advantage. Explain an answer to a question to them. That will help you to get it clear in your head, and also to highlight any areas where you need more work.

Organize study groups with friends

Get together with friends for a study session. You may have questions that they have the answers to and vice versa. As long as you make sure you stay focused on the topic for an agreed amount of time, this can be one of the most effective ways to challenge yourself.

Take regular breaks

While you may think it’s best to study for as many hours as possible, this can actually be counterproductive. If you were training for a marathon, you wouldn’t try and run 24 hours a day. Likewise, studies have shown that for long-term retention of knowledge, taking regular breaks really helps.

Everyone’s different, so develop a study routine that works for you. If you study better in the morning, start early before taking a break at lunchtime. Or, if you’re more productive at nighttime, take a larger break earlier on so you’re ready to settle down come evening.

Try not to feel guilty about being out enjoying the sunshine instead of hunched over your textbooks. Remember Vitamin D is important for a healthy brain.

Snack on brain food

You may feel like you deserve a treat, or that you don’t have time to cook, but what you eat can really have an impact on energy levels and focus, so keep away from junk food. Keep your body and brain well-fuelled by choosing nutritious foods that have been proven to aid concentration and memory, such as fish, nuts, seeds, yogurt and blueberries. The same applies on exam day – eat a good meal before the test, based on foods that will provide a slow release of energy throughout. Sugar may seem appealing, but your energy levels will crash an hour later.

Plan your exam day

Make sure you get everything ready well in advance of the exam – don’t leave it to the day before to suddenly realize you don’t know the way, or what you’re supposed to bring. Check all the rules and requirements, and plan your route and journey time. If possible, do a test run of the trip. If not, write down clear directions.

Work out how long it will take to get there – then add on some extra time. You really don’t want to arrive having had to run halfway or feeling frazzled from losing your way. You could also make plans to travel to the exam with friends or classmates, as long as you know they’re likely to be punctual.

Drink plenty of water

As a final tip, remember that being well hydrated is essential for your brain to work at its best. Make sure you keep drinking plenty of water throughout your revision, and also on the exam day.

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Governor Generals of Pakistan

by Pasban on May 30, 2018 No comments

Governor Generals of Pakistan

There are only 4 Governor generals of Pakistan. From its dependence till March 22 ,1996 , people of Pakistan witnessed 4 Governor generals .  During this period governor general was the head of the state.

Quaid-e- Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah

Real name : Mohammad Ali Jinnah
Nickname : Quaid-e-Azam
Quaid-e- Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah remains the first Governor General of Pakistan from 15, August 1947 to 11 ,September 1948.

Khawaja nazimuddin

Khawaja nazimuddin was the second Governor General of Pakistan . He remains the Governor General of Pakistan from 14, September ,1948 to 17, October 1951.

Malik Ghulam Mohammad

Malik Ghulam Muhammad was the third governor general of Pakistan. He remains thehe Governor General of Pakistan from 19 ,October 1951 to 5 , october 1955.

Major General Iskandar Mirza

Iskandar Mirza was the fourth and last Governor General of Pakistan . He remains the 4th and last Governor General of Pakistan from 6, October 1955 to March, 22 1956.

Major general iskander Mirza was also the first President of Pakistan.

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