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PAF College Sargodha Admission Schedule 2021-22

by Pasban on June 10, 2021 No comments

ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2021-22

PAF College Sargodha Admission Schedule 2021-22

  • Availability of Prospectus & Application Form
12 July, 2021
  • Sale of Prospectus ends
13 September, 2021
  • Last date receipt of Applications
17 September, 2021
  • Written Test
10 October, 2021 (Sunday)
  • Intelligence test / Preliminary Medical  Examination / Interviews
Nov 2021  to Feb 2022
  • CMB (Final Medical Examination) starts
13 December 2021
  • Reporting Date of Selected Candidates at the College
10 April, 2022

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Military College Murree New Admission CL XI Entry 2021

by Pasban on March 16, 2021 No comments

Military College Murree New Admission CL XI Entry 2021

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Eligibility Criteria
a. Academics. 9
th / 10th passed on 1st July 2021.
b. Age Limit. Between 15 to 17 years on 1st July 2021 (waiver of 90 days can be granted on upper
and lower age limits).
2. Last date of Application – 15 May 2021
3. Mailing Address – Admission Branch, Military College Murree, Upper Topa, Murree
4. Check List
a. 5 x Photographs duly attested from front side by the Principal / Headmaster of school. One photograph be
pasted in specified space on the front page of admission form and four photographs be pasted on written
test, identification, Intelligence test / interview and medical examination slips.
b. Bank draft in favour of Commandant Military College Murree or online admission test fee deposit slip be
attached with application form. Detail of fee is as under:-
(1) Wards of Army Officers (Serving / Retired) – Rs. 2500/-
(2) Wards of Army JCOs / Sldrs (Serving / Retired) – Rs. 2000/-
(3) Wards of Punjab Ranger & FC KPK (Serving only) – Rs. 2000/-
(4) Wards of Navy / Air Force Personnel – Rs. 3000/-
(5) Wards of Civilians paid out of defense estimate – Rs. 3000/-
(6) Wards of Civilians – Rs. 3000/-
c. 4 x self address envelopes, without postal ticket. Please write Name, Father Name, Mobile no & complete
address on envelopes. (In case of incomplete / wrong address College will be not responsible for
loss of mail).
d. Photocopy of CNIC of Candidate’s Father.
e. Documents for confirmation candidate’s date of birth:-
(1) For Serving / Retired Officers (a) Photocopy of CORO Part-II Order
(b) Form B
(2) For Serving / Retired JCOs / Sldrs (a) Photocopy of Regt Part-II Order
(b) Form B
(3) For Civil Armed Forces (Serving only) (a) Birth certificate duly signed by CO / OC
(b) Form B
(4) Civilians Attested copy of Form B
f. Photo copy of domicile of candidate’s father (only applicants for Balochistan (Civilian), AJK (Civilian), Gilgit
Baltistan (Civilian) quota).
Important Note
➢ Only male candidates can apply.
➢ Incomplete application form is liable to be rejected.
➢ Do not fold application form. Pack in A4 or legal size envelope then dispatch.
➢ Admission form without admission test fee deposit slip or bank draft will not be entertained.
➢ All KPK Districts bordering Afghanistan (previous FATA) candidates will forward their admission forms through HQ
11 Corps (FATA Branch) and FC KPK candidates through HQ FC, Education Branch Peshawar.

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Military College Murree Final Result Class VIII Entry 2021

by Pasban on March 16, 2021 No comments

Military College Murree Final Result Class VIII Entry 2021

Military College Murree

Final Result Cl VIII – Entry 2021

Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No Roll No
1            458        1096     2174     3105    4703      7133      9223  14202
5            528        1301     2216     3109    4732      8035     10355
52          601        1306     2295     3117    4759      8070     10910
53          604        1451     2554     3128    5102      8114     10911
77          753        2153     2599     3189    5107      8324     11560
79          754        2157     2605     3551    6010      8402     11616
81         1078       2159     2709     4014    6032      8430     11808
304       1079       2163     2721     4151    6062      8779     11880
305       1082       2165     2722     4164    7069      9146     13012
457       1083       2168     2785     4589    7123       9175    14009

Note. All above mentioned candidates are selected subject to medical fitness.

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Cadet College Hasan Abdal Admission 1st Year 2021

by Pasban on January 6, 2021 No comments

Cadet College Hasan Abdal Admission 1st Year for 2021

Admission to Class 1st Year for 2021

The point of entry in this College is Class 8/O-Level only, however, a few vacancies occur in the Class XI. These vacancies are filled on the basis of the result of written examination, interview and medical test.

ADMISSIONS OPEN 
LAST DATE TO APPLY 12-MARCH-2021
ENTRANCE TEST: 21-MARCH-2021

Choice of Course in First Year:

Pre-Engineering

Pre-Medical

  1. Applications for admission to Class XI (Direct Entry) against limited available seats at Cadet College Hasan Abdal are invited from 1st January to 12th March through advertisement in National Dailies. Only those candidates who secure 80% marks or above in Matric/9th Board Examinations are eligible to sit for the Entrance Test for admission to Class XI (Direct Entry). In view of the fact that Board results are mostly delayed, candidates are allowed to sit for the Entry Test. They are, however supposed to submit their results within 5 days after the declaration of their results.
  2. Candidates are examined in the subjects of English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Maths. After qualifying the written Entrance Test on the basis of merit, the candidates are called for Interview and Medical Examination at Cadet College, Hasan Abdal. The interview may also include an assessment of Spoken English, IQ & General Knowledge and IT awareness etc.
  3. The final selection for admission to Class XI(Direct Entry) is made mainly on the basis of the marks secured by the candidate in the Interview (subject to medical fitness). Whereas the marks of the Matric Board Examination and performance in written Entrance Test will serve as additional decision making factors towards acceptance.
  4. The decision of the Principal regarding the selection of a candidate for admission to Class XI (Direct Entry) is final and cannot be challenged.
  5. Admissions are done on open merit system and no quota is allocated to any region at all.

Admission Forms: Available Online at www.ccha.edu.pk

For further information, please contact:

Admission Office: 0343-1-224-224

Email:  admission@cch.edu.pk

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Cadet College Hasan Abdal Result 2021

by Pasban on December 15, 2020 No comments

Cadet College Hasan Abdal Result 2021

RESULT, WRITTEN EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO CLASS VIII / GCE ‘O’ LEVEL – 2021 (68th ENTRY)

Candidates bearing the following Roll Numbers have been shortlisted for Interview & Medical Examination including Physical Fitness Test, for admission to Class VIII / GCE ‘O’ Level, 2021 (68th Entry).

Schedule of Interview and Medical Examination will be intimated through online admission portal in a few days’ time. Tentative dates for the interviews and medical examination will be from 17 Dec 2020 to 06 Jan 2021.

Congratulations !!!

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Garrison Cadet College Kohat Result 2021

by Pasban on December 9, 2020 No comments

Garrison Cadet College Kohat Result 2021

Garrison Cadet College Kohat is spread over an area of about 85 Acres. The College has a capacious Academic Block for 600 cadets, six hostels, well equipped laboratories of Computer, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Language, a well organized Library, an elegant Administration Block and a tuck shop. A Bakery, Barber shop, cobbler, tailor, and laundry services are also available for the cadets. The college has a beautiful, spacious mosque where 1000 people can pray at a time. The college has a Dispensary stocked with necessary medicines and equipment. College Doctor and 2 non-commissioned army officers retired from Army Medical Corps looks after the health of cadets. The college has a number of playgrounds. These playgrounds are used for various games during the sports period. Regular Inter-House sports competitions are held throughout the year.

AIM

The aim of Garrison Cadet College Kohat is to impart quality Education from class 8 up to intermediate level, to develop various facets of students’ personality with particular emphasis on discipline, character building and patriotism thereby transforming them into balanced personalities and enabling them to become successful human beings and responsible citizens of Pakistan

Objectives

In order to achieve the desired aim, following objectives have been set:

  • Achieve academic excellence
  • Development of personal qualities
  • Ensure intellectual advancement
  • Development of leadership qualities
  • Moral upgradation
  • Physical fitness

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Military College SUI Result 2021

by Pasban on November 28, 2020 2 comments

Military College SUI Result 2021

Military College SUI Result 2021 will be announced in Mid of December 2020. MCSB was established on 3 January 2011 with the noble aim of promoting quality education and intellectual, moral & physical grooming to the youth from Balochistan and other parts of the country. Being the first institution of its kind in Balochistan, it serves as a nursery and feeder institution to Pakistan Military Academy. The College has progressed a lot within a short span of only a few years and has earned a reputation matchable with the other military colleges.

A galaxy of well-qualified faculty members from Army Education Corps is striving hard to impart quality education to the cadets. The marvellous Board Exams results and the remarkable success of our cadets in ISSB Tests bear testimony to the wholehearted toil made by the College staff.

MCSB was inaugurated by the then Chief of Army Staff as a bid to further the Pakistan Army’s role in nation building.

It was designed to be the hub of Pakistan Educational City Sui which includes MCS, FGEI, BPS, BITE and WVC aimed at providing Balochi youth equal educational opportunities so as to bring them at par with the students of other regions of the country.

The college functions under the auspices of Inspector General Training & Evaluation Branch / Human Resource Development Directorate, General Headquarters, Rawalpindi. The college is headed by the Commandant who is assisted by Deputy Commandant, Group Heads and a wide range of specialist military instructors in all subjects. The Academic Wing is headed by the Deputy Commandant / Chief Instructor and is divided into various departments with an experienced / qualified faculty. First entry of class IX joined the College on 18 April 2011 when the Chief of Army Staff graced the occasion as Chief Guest. Stay in touch to get updates regarding result of Military College SUI Result 2021

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What is IQ? What is intelligence?

by Pasban on November 2, 2020 No comments

What is IQ? What is intelligence?

By Dr. Edwin van Thiel, updated February 18, 2019

In science, the term intelligence typically refers to what we could call academic or cognitive intelligence. In their book on intelligence, professors Resing and Drenth (2007)* answer the question ‘What is intelligence?’ using the following definition: “The whole of cognitive or intellectual abilities required to obtain knowledge, and to use that knowledge in a good way to solve problems that have a well described goal and structure.”

In ordinary language, one could say that intelligence refers to how smart or clever you are.

The first intelligence tests used in the field of psychology

The scales designed by Binet and Simon were the first intelligent tests that became widely accepted at the beginning of the 20th century. The Alpha and Beta army tests, that were used in World war I to assess military personnel, became very popular.

In recent years, the Wechsler scales are the most widely used instruments in the field of psychology for measuring intelligence. The designer of these tests, Wechsler, published his first scale in the 1930s. He used material from the Binet Alpha and Beta tests to make his test. An important feature of his test was, that when calculating the IQ, this test took age into account. In other words, in the computation of the IQ, an age-correction takes place. Because of this feature, the IQ stays constant over the life span.

The Intelligence Quotient (IQ)

IQ is an acronym for Intelligence Quotient. So what is IQ? The IQ is a measurement of your intelligence and is expressed in a number.

A person’s IQ can be calculated by having the person take an intelligence test. The average IQ is 100. If you achieve a score higher than 100, you are smarter than the average person, and a lower score means you are (somewhat) less smart.

An IQ tells you what your score is on a particular intelligence test, often compared to your age-group. The test has a mean score of 100 points and a standard deviation of 15 points. What does this standard deviation mean? It means that 68 percent of the population score an IQ within the interval 85-115. And that 95 percent of the population scores within the interval 70-130.

Some examples

What does it mean when your IQ is 100? That means that half of the population scores higher than you. The other half scores lower than you. And what does it mean when you have an IQ of 130? That means that 97,5 percent of your age group scores lower than you. Only 2,5 percent scores higher.

Take a look at a nice graph explaining more scores at meaning of an IQ score.

Further reading: Increasing your IQ and multiple intelligences. You can also take a free IQ test, or read the article on the history of the IQ test.

* Resing, W., & Drenth, P. (2007). Intelligence: knowing and measuring. Amsterdam: Publisher Nieuwezijds

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