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Military College Jhelum MCJ Result 2019

by Pasban on November 29, 2018 No comments

Military College Jhelum Result 2019

Result Written Test 8th Class Entry 2019

The result of Written Test 8th Class Entry 2019 has been announced.
The following candidates have been selected for Intelligence Test / Interview:
Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No
20007 20782 21300 22279 23177 24049 24921 25947 28132
20032 20799 21311 22285 23184 24103 24937 26044 28366
20078 20822 21326 22349 23254 24107 24944 26176 28375
20097 20859 21340 22363 23262 24110 24955 26222 28404
20099 20871 21375 22392 23281 24123 24999 26356 28489
20102 20877 21395 22394 23285 24134 25025 26455 28499
20184 20905 21396 22400 23294 24135 25033 26462 28534
20217 20936 21412 22409 23311 24136 25115 26463 28937
20250 20952 21448 22448 23348 24148 25117 26468 28970
20282 20976 21515 22454 23349 24157 25142 26470 29012
20311 20982 21516 22470 23369 24160 25154 26477 29064
20345 20984 21519 22516 23403 24173 25155 26479 29074
20346 21024 21521 22517 23404 24184 25159 26482 29195
20357 21037 21524 22527 23421 24255 25177 26488 29340
20379 21038 21533 22531 23423 24260 25190 26617 29360
20383 21063 21536 22587 23443 24293 25218 26637 29382
20398 21095 21548 22594 23454 24310 25272 26717 29473
20414 21104 21557 22609 23482 24329 25297 26759 29487
20468 21106 21591 22688 23491 24357 25320 26766 29489
20470 21107 21592 22704 23500 24398 25341 26816 29492
20472 21119 21602 22707 23528 24431 25354 26819 29524
20482 21149 21605 22732 23541 24455 25471 26831 29621
20512 21157 21611 22738 23609 24494 25479 26842 29624
20564 21160 21678 22777 23618 24512 25502 26894 29640
20572 21163 21711 22812 23623 24551 25526 26901 29672
20575 21164 21737 22823 23658 24618 25528 26963 29693
20576 21165 21752 22836 23663 24622 25573 27022 29708
20578 21168 21807 22846 23699 24654 25576 27024 29769
20608 21181 21811 22868 23730 24687 25594 27088 29795
20622 21183 21820 22881 23796 24716 25598 27159 29912
20625 21236 21930 22894 23835 24734 25603 27180 29967
20660 21239 21935 22900 23843 24742 25613 27211 29995
20668 21245 21954 22988 23894 24743 25645 27294 30038
20683 21246 21970 23005 23910 24754 25704 27514 30339
20691 21255 21988 23047 23912 24758 25762 27619 30401
20740 21259 22041 23052 23916 24778 25766 27830 30566
20750 21264 22070 23075 23943 24781 25794 27873 30692
20754 21271 22093 23100 23987 24842 25833 27999 30787
20763 21273 22235 23102 24012 24877 25895 28013 30790
20775 21284 22267 23160 24046 24884 25900 28077 30807
30952
Errors & omissions are expected
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Military College Murree MCM Result 2019

by Pasban on November 24, 2018 3 comments

Military College Murree Result 2019

Introduction of Military College Murree

Military College Murree (MCM) was inaugurated by the COAS Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, NI(M), HI, on 1st September 2008. This institution is entrusted to educate and groom the students for induction into the Pakistan Army. Since its establishment, earnest efforts have been made at all tiers to make MCM a dynamic educational entity and an institute par excellence. College is structured for strength of 450 boys from class VIII to XII. On the eve of departure of pioneer entry, 1st Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony was held on 28 Jun 2010, and COAS graced the occasion as a Chief Guest. The students of MCM are known as “HIMALIANS” and the motto is علم میری قوت

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PAF College LowerTopa Result 2019

by Pasban on November 15, 2018 8 comments

PAF College Murree LowerTopa Result 2019

About PAF College Lowertopa

Entry Test Result for the Session – 2019 of PAF College Lower

Candidates bearing the following Roll Numbers are declared successful in Written Test held on 14 October, 2018. They are being issued call letters for Medical / Intelligence / Interview.

RAWALPINDI CENTRE

RP10002,007,018,023,026,029,051,056
069,082,086,092,096,098,109,149,150,
164,166,168,173,177,179,187,188,191,
199,201,212,217,218,225,232,234,242,
252,257,269,270,272,279,284,288,294,
308,310,321,323,328,338,345,347,351,
357,406,417,419,422,427,432,434,
463,467,471,492,494,496,505,513,
515,523,534,555,579,581,603,606,
611,614,615,617,618,624,625,631,
681,688,690,693,708,714,720,739,
745,748,754,764,801,839,842,845,
854,863,875,895,912,913,914,948,
967,974,1005,1007,1026,1029,1047,
1085,1100,1105,1109,1153,1177,
1195,1221,1246,1252,1270,1326,
1368,1381,1393,1452,1494,1510,
1511,1513,1559,1713,1750,1756,
1757,1763,1764,1785,1799,1803,
1804,1819,1895,1896,1898

LOWER TOPA CENTRE

LT80004,009,011,012,028,035,042,
056,064,070,084,186

GILGIT CENTRE

GT0019,021,041

SKARDU CENTRE

SK0001,006,009,010,014,015,
016,022,023,025,027,028,030

QUETTA CENTRE

QT70017,021,027,034,039,040,043,
044,049,050,052,053,060,061,066,
069,074,075,076,077,086,088,091,
093,103,106,117,119,122,130,140

SUKKUR CENTRE

SR0011,015,017,021,022,023,028,
039,063

LAHORE CENTRE

LH20008,018,030,052,060,076,091,
097,104,108,137,151,153,196,216,
222,226, 256,257,258,260,263,265,
266,269,275, 277,287,288,290,291,
321,322,339,348, 362,379,392,399,
416,423,427,429,439, 441,451,456,
457,458,460,471,478,493, 511,520,
523,526,530,531,547,563,564, 566,
569,581,583,599,632,657,658,660,
664,668,671,676,677,679,680,682,
700, 707,716,725,732,737,740,741,
745,759, 763,764,767,769,777,825,
841,842,892, 917,918,919,921,939,
942,944,945,946, 949,953,956,963,
967,972,973,975,976, 977,980,981,
985,1017,1086,1087,1088, 1089,
1090,1091,1093,1112,1113,1118,
1123,1124,1127,1128,1173,1174,
1179, 1196,1200,1201,1202,1203,
1206,1207, 1208,1209,1212,1213,
1214,1215,1221, 1222,1223,1226,
1227,1228,1230,1231, 1232,1233,
1234,1238,1239,1240,1244, 1250,
1252,1254,1255,1309,1321,1325,
1374,1390,1400,1436,1445,1449,
1463, 1491,1492,1504,1514,1537,
1548,1549, 1550,1552,1553,1554,
1555,1556,1559, 1560,1561,1562,
1563,1564,1567,1574, 1617,1631,
1653,1670,1696,1724,1726, 1770,
1777,1787,1813,1815,1846,1850,
1851,1852,1853,1856,1859,1882,
1883, 1884,1885,1886,1898,1924,
1925,1926, 1927,1930,1931,1932,
1935,1936,1937, 1942,1945,1948,
1953,1954,1956,1960, 2021

MULTAN CENTRE

ML40002,017,028,035,048,052,
056,057059,062,077,085,093,
098,099,106,112,117,118,125,
144,153,154,155,159,160,161,
162,167,175,176,177,181,183,
187,188,189,190,192,195,196,
197,198,199,200,202,204,209,
211,212,213,219,232,234,235,
236,240,243,248,249,250,253,
258,265,266,276,278,279,281,
282,285,286,295,299,300,329,
337,348,358,385,386,388,393,
411,413,414,420,424,425,426,
427,428,429,430,431,432,433,
434,435,436,437,438,439,440,
442,447,453,457,458,459,472,
486,487,511,526,531,543,548,
550,573,574,576,578,580,581,
585,587,588,621,662,664,667,
668,671,673,759,763,764,792,
793,797,800,801,802,806,810,
811,812,816,829,831,835,837,
842,843,844,845,846,847,850,
851,853,864,869,902,920,935,
936,961,971,977,998,999

HYDERABAD CENTRE

HD60001,003,004,005,011,014,
025, 030,039,042,045,050,051,
055,062,069,070,074,075,079,088,100

PESHAWAR CENTRE

PS30001,049,085,105,117,129,135,
142,149,157,159,163,164,165,166,
167,168, 169,170,171,172,173,174,
176,191,197, 203,213,217,233,249,
250,253,260,266, 267,268,273,284,
292,294,299,323,324, 325,357,358,
359,370,375,377,381,396, 410,458,
465,470,474,484,501,521,524, 527,
528,535,543,553,554,563,568,574,
575,581,582,600,619,622,628,635,
640, 641,644,657,664,677,684,725,
726,727, 736,740,742,758,803,809,
810,812,813, 814,821,825,836,845,
846,849,869,870, 875,892,910,911,
912,913,914,915,950, 987,1008,1014,
1018,1047,1085,1159, 1193,1236,1237,
1238,1251,1280,1281, 1282,1283,1287,
1288,1289,1290,1291, 1292,1319,1328

SARGODHA CENTRE

SG0003,005,008,021,023,049,064,
074,079,087,089,093,094,096,159,
161,166,169,174,178,187,188,199,
205,206,209,218,219,222,225,228,
240,241,246,249,265,266,273,275,
276,277,278,280,282,287,291,294,
304,305,307,308,309,311,317,359,
365,383,392,396,398,399,421,422,
426,430,438,441,442,447,453,488,
493,494,495,499,503,509,519,520,
533,570,577,617,620,631,641,644,
645,647,648,652,653,662,680,684,
686,690,711,717,723,730,750,755,
761,769,776,789,790,791,795,806,
829,831,843,849

KARACHI CENTRE

KR50001,014,022,027,028,029,
033,035,044,053,055,067,077,
086,089,091,099, 131,150,155,
162,224,231,278

WANA CENTRE

WA0004,005,011

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PAF College Sargodha Result 2019

by Pasban on October 20, 2018 9 comments

PAF College Sargodha Result 2019

ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2017-2018

Availability of Prospectus & Application Form

09 July, 2018

Sale of Prospectus ends

12 September, 2018

Last date receipt of Applications

15 September, 2018

Written Test

07 October, 2018

(Sunday)

Intelligence test / Preliminary Medical  Examination / Interviews Start (different dates for different centres)

November, 2018  to February, 2018

CMB (Final Medical Examination) starts

17 December 2018

Reporting Date of Selected Candidates at the College

14 April, 2019

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Military College Murree Admission 2018 Open

by Pasban on July 21, 2018 No comments

Admissions

Selection Procedure

Selection is based on performance/ grading of a candidate in the following (in the same order)

Written test
Intelligence test
Interview
Medical Examination at CMH/ MH
Final Selection

Note :-  Students of MCM are bonded to join Army. Academically sound boys may also join  NUST and Army Medical College as Technical Cadets

Eligibility Criteria

Must have passed class VII before joining the college.
Boys studying in class VIII can also apply.
He should be between 12 to 14 years of age on 1st April in the year of admission.
Candidate must be medically fit.

Note :- Wavier of up to 90 days (more or less than the desired age) is admissible with the approval of competent authority.

Stations for Written Test.

Punjab

MCM/Rawalpindi/Lahore/Multan/Sialkot//Jhelum/Sargodha.

Sindh

Karachi/Pano Aqil/Hyderabad.

KPK

Peshawar/ Abbottabad.

Balochistan

Quetta.

Gilgit Baltistan

Gilgit.

AJ & K

Muzaffarabad.

Syllabus and Written Test

English, Mathematics and General Science (Maths 75% & General Science 25%).
Urdu and Islamiat ( Urdu 75%, Islamiat 25% – Pakistan Studies for non Muslims).
Calls for interview are sent to only those candidates who meet the requisite merit.

Submission of Application

Prospectus are made available at Army Selection & Recruitment Centers. Applications must be submitted on the prescribed admission form attached to the prospectus. Advertisement for admission is given in main newspapers during July/ Aug every year. Admission test is conducted at various stations in the month of October/ November.

Schedule of Test for 2018-19

Availability of Prospectus & Application Form : 1st August

Last date receipt of Applications : 15 Sep 2018

Written Test : 21 October 2018 

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PAF College LowerTopa Admission 2018 2019 Open

by Pasban on July 10, 2018 4 comments

ADMISSION PROCESS

PAF College Lower Topa Admission 2018 2019 Open!!!

THE ADMISSION PROCESS

Admission to the College is made in Class VIII for the Flying Branch of PAF according to the conditions given below:

Eligibility Criteria

Age:   The candidates must be over 11 ½ years or under 13 ½ years of age on 1st January 2018.  No relaxation, whatsoever, in the age limit is permitted Qualification: During selection the candidate must have passed Class VII by the time of admission (April 2018). Candidates of Cambridge System are also eligiable to apply.
Selection Procedure

The selection process consists of the following three phases:

Phase-I          Entrance / Written Test

Phase-II         Intelligence Test / Preliminary Medical Examination / Interview

Phase-III        Final Medical Examination by Central Medical Board (CMB)

Final Selection

Candidates who qualify the CMB are included in the merit list for the final selection.  There is no provision of reserved seats or quota of any kind at this institution. The calls up letter along with joining instructions are sent to the successful candidates only.

Schedule of Test for 2018-19

Availability of Prospectus & Application Form :08 July, 2018

Last date receipt of Applications : 22 Sep 2018

Written Test : 14 October 2018 

Important:     The candidate must have 6/6 eye sight without glasses.  Candidates, who wear glasses, should not apply.  Opinion of PAF Medical officer conducting the tests is final.  No appeal in this regard is admissible.

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PAF College Sargodha Admission 2018-19 Open

by Pasban on July 10, 2018 1 comment

ADMISSION PROCESS

PAF College Sargodha Admission 2018-19 Open!!!!

THE ADMISSION PROCESS

Admission to the College is made in Class VIII for the Flying Branch of PAF according to thre conditions given below:

Eligibility Criteria

Age:   The candidates must be over 11 ½ years or under 13 ½ years of age on 1st January 2018.  No relaxation, whatsoever, in the age limit is permitted Qualification: During selection the candidate must have passed Class VII by the time of admission (April 2018). Candidates of Cambridge System are also eligiable to apply.
Selection Procedure

The selection process consists of the following three phases:

Phase-I          Entrance / Written Test

Phase-II         Intelligence Test / Preliminary Medical Examination / Interview

Phase-III        Final Medical Examination by Central Medical Board (CMB)

Phase-I     Entrance / Written Test

The eligible candidates are required to appear for the following written tests:

Paper                                                 Duration

General Science & Math               02 Hours
(Simultaneously)

English & Urdu                               02 Hours
(Simultaneously)

All the tests are conducted on the same day at the centres opted by the candidates.  The use of calculator in the Mathematics paper is not permitted. For the convenience of both English and Urdu medium boys, the Mathematics and General Science papers may be attempted either in English or Urdu.

Syllabi for Written Test

The test is a competitive examination.  While by and large the questions in the subjects concerned are based on the syllabi in vogue in various Textbook Boards in Pakistan, questions may be set in any form in any paper maintaining the basic features of the prescribed syllabi in each subject.

Phase-II    (a)     Intelligence Test

Candidates qualifying the written test are required to appear in Intelligence test.  This determines the IQ of a candidate.

Phase-II    (b)     Preliminary Medical Examination

Candidates qualifying the intelligence test are called for preliminary medical examination.  This test takes place at PAF Information & Selection Centres and PAF College Sargodha, observing the basic medical standards for Flying Branch of Pakistan Air Force.  The candidate should free from deformities of hands, feet, spine and chest e.g. Hallus Valgus (inward rotation of the toe), Flat Feet (feet not having normal curve), Knocking Knees (knees striking with each other while standing erect or running), Overriding of to etc.  The visual and hearing systems should be in perfect condition.  Moreover, the candidate should not be affected by skin and dental diseases.  The Torso Height should fall between the laid down upper and lower limits for the Flying Branch.  There should be no squint, defective vision and colour blindness.

Important:     The candidate must have 6/6 eye sight without glasses.  Candidates, who wear glasses, should not apply.  Opinion of PAF Medical officer conducting the tests is final.  No appeal in this regard is admissible.

Phase-II    (c)     Interview

Successful candidates in intelligence test and preliminary medical examination are to appear for interview which will be conducted by an Interview Board. The candidate is asked questions about the basic general / subject knowledge.  The Board determines the candidate’s personality, character traits, comprehension, expression, emotional stability and confidence of the candidate.

Phase-III   Final Medical Examination (CMB)

Candidates selected in interview are called for the Final Medical Tests at PAF Hospitals Islamabad, Sargodha and Karachi.  PAF’s Central Medical Board (CMB) examines the candidates thoroughly according to the requirements of Flaying Branch.  The decision of Central Medical Board (CMB) is Final and no appeal against the decision is entertained.

Final Selection

Candidates who qualify the CMB are included in the merit list for the final selection.  There is no provision of reserved seats or quota of any kind at this institution. The calls up letter along with joining instructions are sent to the successful candidates only.

Schedule of Test for 2018-19

Availability of Prospectus & Application Form :08 July, 2018

Last date receipt of Applications : 15 Sep 2018

Written Test : 7 October 2018 

SYLLABI FOR THE ADMISSION TEST

Mathematics / General Science

Mathematics and General Science will be a combined paper of two hours duration with 100 marks for each section.

Mathematics

  • Sets
  • Operations and Direct Numbers
  • Rational Numbers
  • Square Root
  • Percentage
  • Ratio and Proportion
  • Algebra
  • Geometry
  • Information Handling

General Science

  • Working of a Plant
  • Working of Human Body
  • Environment
  • Continuity of Life
  • Atom and its Structure
  • Element
  • Some Common Gases
  • Water – A Common Compound.
  • Pressure and Simple Machines
  • Heat
  • Light
  • Sound
  • Electricity
  • Magnetic Field
  • Ocean System
  • Solar System

English / Urdu

English and Urdu will be a combined paper of two hours duration with 100 marks for each section.

English

  • Composition : Paragraph / Letter / Story writing, etc.
  • Comprehension : Questions based on a given passage or passages.
  • Translation : From Urdu to English and From English to Urdu.
  • Applied Grammar : Questions covering different aspects of Grammar, for example :
  • Singular and Plural
  • Masculine and Feminine
  • Comparatives and Superlatives
  • Correction of spelling
  • Tenses, the use of tenses and their sequence
  • Filling in the blanks with articles
  • prepositions, adjectives, adverbs, parts of speech
  • Simple punctuation, direct & indirect narration.

URDU

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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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