Admission to the college is conducted strictly in accordance with the rules and regulations, framed by the Provincial Higher Education Department, BISE Peshawar and University of Peshawar. Admission forms to the candidates will be made available just after the declaration of results by the Board / University and in intermediate online admission will be offered from 2017 onwards. The College Admission Committee will announce the last date for the submission of the application forms in each case.
GENERAL ADMISSION RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. Admission process starts on the date announced by the admission committee and continues according to the schedule of BISE Peshawar / University of Peshawar at the relevant levels.
2. In case of availability of online admission facility for a particular level of studies, candidates shall apply online and hard copies of their application forms along with required documents shall be submitted to the college.
3. The application form duly filled by the candidates shall be supported by attested photocopies of the following documents:
- SSC Certificate for admission at any level of studies
- Detailed Marks / Provisional Certificate of the last exam passed
- Character Certificate issued by the learning institution last attended. Where the candidate has passed the last examination in private capacity such certificate shall be signed by a gazette officer.
- Domicile Certificate
- Self / father CNIC / Form B
- Three coloured photographs
- Quota eligibility certificate in case a candidate applies for a specified quota notified by the government, e.g Sports, Disable or Education Employees quotas, etc.
- Migration Certificate for candidates having passed their examination from other than BISE Peshawar / University of Peshawar.
- Affidavit as per specimen.
Note: Migration certificate-(h) and affidavit in light of Supreme Court decision for refraining from politics-(i) will be obtained from the candidates at the time when their admission is confirmed.
4. Applications which are not registered within due date, whether online or manually, shall not be considered for admission.
5. The principal may keep 10 % of the total number of seats in each faculty for 15 days for meritorious students who may not turn up for admission within the prescribed time for admission due to unavoidable circumstances. The minimum marks declaring a candidate as meritorious will be determined by the concerned committee of the college.
6. If a student applies for admission one or more years late (maximum upto three years) then he/she shall produce an affidavit to the effect that he has not been admitted to any college / institution previously and he is availing the opportunity for admission for the first time.
7. Students passing in supplementary examination are not eligible for admission in the academic year in which he has passed the examination.
8. Students who failed in any class or did not appear in the examination or discontinued their studies are not allowed readmission in the same or lower class.
9. Students failed in one or more subjects are not allowed to take admission in Part-I of Intermediate and Degree,
10. Students placed in “E” grade in SSC exam are not allowed admission in 1st Year in any faculty / group. Candidates who obtain less than 45% in the last examination passed are not allowed admission to 3rd year / Degree Part-I.
11. General conditions as well as conditions specific to particular faculty/group or subject for admission to the Intermediate and Degree Level are those set by the concerned Education Board or University for the relevant level, faculty or subject.
12. No regular admission in any class is allowed to a candidate who has already passed equivalent examination in another faculty / group or subject.
13. Candidates who fail to confirm their seat by depositing the required fee within the specified period shown on any merit list shall lose their right of admission and his seat will be allotted to the next candidate in order of merit. However, if such candidate(s) turn for admission at a later stage and vacant seats are available then such candidates may be given opportunity before offering admission to next candidate(s) having lower stage on the merit list.
14. For Intermediate Part-1/1st Year and Two Years Degree Part-1/3rd Year, admissions are awarded on the basis of the following allocations:
(a)Seventy Eight percent (78%) of the total number of seats are reserved for local candidates of the area in which the college is situated.
(b)A candidate is defined local to a college if he:
i. is a domiciled of district Chitral.
ii. is child/spouse of an employee of the federal or provincial government serving in the district of Chitral
iii. has passed the last exam from a feeding school / college of the area situated