Admissions to the college are conducted strictly in accordance with the rules and regulations, framed by the Provincial Higher Education Department, BISE Mardan and Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan. Admission forms to the desirous candidates will be made available just after the declaration of results by the Board / University. The College Admission Committee will announce the last date for the submission of the application forms in each case.


1 Admission process starts on the date announced by the admission committee and continues according to the schedule of BISE Mardan/ Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan at the relevant levels.

2 In case of availability of online admission facility, candidates shall apply online and hardcopies of their application forms along with required documents shall be submitted to the college in due course of time.

3 The application form duly filled by the candidates shall be supported by attested photocopies of the following documents:

  1. SSC Certificate for admission at any level of studies
  2. Detailed Marks Certificate / Provisional Certificate of the last exam passed
  3. Character Certificate issued by the institute last attended. Where the candidate has passed the last examination in private capacity such certificate shall be signed by a gazetted officer.

d. Domicile Certificate

e. Self / father’s CNIC / Form B

f. Three coloured photographs.

g. Quota eligibility, Certificate, in case a candidate applies against a specified quota notified by

the government, e.g Sports, Disable or Education Employees quotas, etc.

h. Migration Certificate for candidates having passed their examination from other than

BISE Mardan / Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan.

i. 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 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/she has not been admitted to any college / institution previously and he/she 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/she 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 /1st Semester of Intermediate, DBS classes.

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 Part-I or BS 1st Semester.

11 General conditions as well as conditions specific to a particular faculty/group or subject for admission to the Intermediate, are those set by the concerned Education Board or University.

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 shall lose their right of admission and his/her 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 they may be given opportunity before offering admission to next candidate(s) in order of merit list.

14 A.

For Intermediate Part-1/1st Year admissions are awarded on the basis of the following allocations:

i. Seventy Eight percent (78%) of the total number of seats are reserved for local candidates of the area in which the college is situated.

A candidate is defined local to a college if he/she:

a. is domiciled in district Nowshera.

b. is child/spouse of an employee of the federal or provincial government serving in district Nowshera.

c. has passed the last exam from a feeding school / college of the area situated in district Nowshera.

ii. 10% seats are reserved for candidates from areas other than district Nowshera provided they have obtained A or A1 or A+ Grade in the last examination passed.

iii. Five percent (5%) seats at each level are reserved for the children of the employees of the Higher Education Department, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (college subsector) on provincial basis.

iv. Two percent (2%) seats are reserved for disable candidates on provincial basis.

v. Five percent (5%) seats are reserved at each level for sports quota on provincial basis. These seats are reserved only for the games, which are available and offered by the college.

vi. Seats falling vacant under any quota will be allocated to quota for local candidates.


i. In case of admission to the Postgraduate or BS Program , 50 % of admissions at each level, i.e. BS 1st Semester and Postgraduate Previous / Part-1 shall be made on the basis of open merit while 50% shall be reserved for local candidates of the area as defined under 14:A(i)(a, b, c) above.

ii. Seats falling vacant under one quota as defined under 14: B(i) shall be allocated to the other quota.

  1. One seat in each faculty, over and above the allocated number of seats, is reserved for Afghan refugees. However, such candidates shall submit their applications through proper channel.

15 Twenty extra marks are awarded to Hafiz-e-Quran. Such candidates shall not only support their claim by the relevant certificate but they shall also have to pass the recitation test conducted by the relevant admission committee.

16 Five marks per year are deducted from the obtained marks of a candidate who has passed the last examination in the previous year(s). Such procedure is limited for the candidates who failed to get admission during the previous three consecutive years only.

17 Merit List of sports quota for the game(s), which are available in the college will be prepared on the basis of performance of candidates in sports, which will be measured as below:

i. Previous Participation Marks 35


a. School/College Level Certificate 10 15

b. Inter District / Zonal Certificate 15 --

c. District Level Certificate 20 --

d. Regional / BISE Inter School / Inter

Colleges/DHE Regional level certificate 25 25

e. Inter-Board / Provincial Certificate 30 30

f. BISE / Other National Level Certificate 35 35

Note: Candidate having more than one of the above certificates shall be awarded marks for only the highest certificate that he/she has.

ii. Trial Marks 65

iii. Total Sports Marks (a + b) 100

Students admitted on sports basis shall be required to submit an undertaking that they will actively participate in the college sports team, failing which their admission shall stand cancelled.


i. Male Candidates:

a. The upper age limit for male candidates for admission to various levels/classes, except sports quota, shall be as under and shall be counted with respect to the closing date for receipt of applications for admission to the concerned level or faculty.

a. 1st year 19 years

b. BS 1st Semester 22 years

b. For admission on sports quota maximum age shall be considered one year

less than the age limits shown above.

ii. Female Candidates:

There is no age limit for female candidates for admission to any level/class except

under sports quota, which is as under:

a. Ist year 18 years

b. BS 1st Semester 21 years

19 Age Relaxation

a. Overage candidates (except under sports quota) can apply for relaxation in the upper age limits for upto three years by giving cogent reasons for availing such relaxation. Applications for age relaxation must be submitted before the closing date of submission of application forms, whether online or manual.

b. The provisional admission shall stand cancelled if the relaxation in upper age limit is not granted by the competent authority within 30 days of making such a request.

20. Cancellation of Admission

Admission in the college shall stand cancelled under the following circumstances.

i. If any information given by the student in his Admission Form is found to be incorrect at any stage.

ii. If a student fails to attend the classes within 10 days of the start of the session.

iii. If a student is found to be professional agitator, or has been struck off from any educational institution on disciplinary grounds.

iv. If a student is practically involved in Politics.

v. If a student admitted on sports basis either does not submit an undertaking that he/she will actively participate in the college sports activities, or does not participate in the sports activities of the college.

vi. On the request of the student, provided the request is made within a specified time period notified by the admission committee, otherwise, dues received in the college fund shall not be refunded.

21. Struck off on Account of Absenteeism

A student who remains absent for more than six consecutive days without approved leave shall be struck off the college roll without any notice.

22. Re- Admission

A student whose admission is cancelled or whose name is struck off on the basis of long absence can apply for re-admission to the Principal within 15 days of the issue of such notification. The Principal may allow his re-admission on payment of the Re-admission fee / Admission Fee and any other outstanding dues.

Re-admission for the second time in a current academic session shall not be generally allowed. However, genuine and deserving cases may be submitted to the Director Higher Education on the basis of valid documentary proof with the condition that the applicant can make up for his shortages and can fulfil the requirement of 75% attendance during the remaining period of the session. Such students shall pay all the Government fees and Pupils Fund except security and BISE / University charges.

23. Change of Subject

Change of faculty is not allowed. However, change of subject is allowed subject to the following conditions:

i. The student must apply for change of subject within 21 days of the start of the classes at each level of studies.

ii. Change of subject is allowed only within a faculty or group of subjects.

24. Migration

Migration to or from the college may be allowed by the Principals of both the colleges subject to the conditions:

i. that the applicant is seeking migration from a college situated beyond 16

kilometre of this college.

ii. that the request is based on genuine grounds like parents / spouse transfer ,

family shifting , family enmity or marriage duly supported by documentary proof

iii. marks obtained by the candidates in the last examination passed are not less than the minimum marks obtained by a regular student of that class.

iv. the migration is within the prescribed time period of BISE Mardan / Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan.



The following dues are charged at the intermediate, two years degree, four years degree and Postgraduate levels.

A Government Dues

Tuition Fee Admission Fee Re Admission Fee

F.A. Rs. 500/- P.A Rs.250/-P.A. Rs. 250/-

F.A. General Sc Group

F.Sc Rs. 550/-P.A Rs.250/-P.A Rs.250/-

B.Sc Rs. 600/-P.A Rs.300/-P.A Rs.300/-

BS Four Years

i. Science (1st to 4th Semester) Rs.250/-P/SemesterRs.100/- P/Semester Rs.100/-

(2nd to 8th Semester) Rs.900/-P/SemesterRs.150/- P/Semester Rs.150/-

ii. Arts (1st to 4th Semester) Rs.225/-P/SemesterRs.100/- P/Semester Rs.100/-

(2nd to 8th Semester) Rs.600/-P/SemesterRs.150/- P/Semester Rs.150/-

B Pupils’ Funds

  1. General Fund Rs.486 /-P.Aor 243/- P.S (From all students)
  2. General Security Rs. 500 /-(Refundable)
  3. Computer Security Rs.1000/- (Refundable) (From Comp Sc students only)
  4. Computer Stationery Charges Rs.1000/-P.A or Rs.500/-P.S (From Comp. Sc Students only)
  5. BS Four Years Charges Rs.2000/- P.A Or Rs.1000/-P.S (From BS Students only)
  6. Hostel Fund Rs. 609/-P.A or Rs.309/- P.S (From Boarders only)

Note: General Fund and Hostel Fund shall increase @ 5% per annum.

C BISE Dues (For 1st year Students)

Registration Fee Rs………./- (As per BISE requirement)

Sports Fund Rs………./- (As per BISE requirement)

D University Dues (For 1st Semester Students)

(i) Registration Fee Rs…….. /- (As per University requirement)

(ii) Social Work Fee Rs……../-(As per University requirement)

(iii) Sports Fee Rs........./- (As per University requirement)


i. All dues must be paid in advance by the students seeking admission to the Part-I of their respective courses.

ii. 2nd year and 4th year students have to deposit all the dues before the commencement of their classes.

iii. Roll Numbers of Board/University examinations are issued only when a student clears his dues and has the required number of attendance at his credit.

iv. BISE Registration Fee and Sports Fee is payable by 1st Year Students only.

v. University Registration Fee, Social Work Fee and Sports Fee, if any, is payable only by 3rd Year / 1st Semester / Master 1st Year Students only.

vi. Students studying Computer Science at any level shall also pay the computer stationery

charges in every year/semester of their studies.

vii. Security should be claimed within one month of the termination of the public examination,

otherwise it will be forfeited in favour of the government.

26 Fee Concession and Scholarships

i. Deserving students within the ambit of 10% of the total strength are given fee concession.

ii. Deserving and meritorious students are also granted financial assistance/prizes from Pupils’ Fund.

iii. Besides these, scholarships like MORA, Fauji Foundation, and FATA, etc, are also floated from different agencies.

iv. Only one financial assistance is to be availed at one time.

v. Any of the above privileges is withheld in case a student is short of the required attendances, remain wilfully absent from the class-tests or internal examinations or shows poor result.



Winter White Shirt and Shalwar with Navy blue Coatand or Cardigan and black Shoes and socks.

Summer White Shirt and Shalwar with black shoes.


Winter White Shalwar and Qamees with blackShawl, Cardigan,Shoes and Socks

Summer White Shalwar and Qamees with Dupatta and black Shoes with white/black Socks

Note: The college administration reserves the right to prevent any student dressed in improper uniform from entering into the college premises. College uniform is obligatory for all students.


At least 75% attendance of the delivered lecturers is compulsory for a student in theory and practical classes in each subject. Students falling short of 75 % attendance in any subject shall not be allowed to take the annual public examination of the board / university.


The college identity card is issued to all students within fifteen days of their admission. It is binding upon every student to obtain the college identity card and display it on their chest during the college hours. In case of loss or spoilage, a duplicate Identity Card is issued on payment Rs.50/- Fine.


Some work of social welfare for at least three weeks during two academic years is must for the degree students. Social work may include cleanliness and beautification of an area, look-after the play grounds and lawns or some other assignments of social interest inside/outside the college premises.


It is binding upon every student of the college to follow the following rules and regulations:

  1. Every student is bound to observe the religious obligations and to show tolerance for other religions, beliefs, customs and traditions. Promoting communal, regional and religious disharmony among students or college staff is strictly prohibited;
  2. Every student has to be loyal to the Ideology of Pakistan and is not allowed to commit any actions which may damage the honour and integrity of the motherland;
  3. Every student has to demonstrate tolerance, patience, and politeness in his dealing with teachers and fellow students;
  4. Every student should respect the college teachers and the college administration andabide by the rules and regulations introduced from time to time. Any form of harassment of any student or other employee of the college or visitor is strictly prohibited;
  5. Every student should pledge to keep his mind and body clean and must demonstrate good manners and should develop the spirit to help and serve his fellow students;
  6. Every student must receive his education keenly and participate in sports and co-curricular activities with honesty and sincerity;
  7. Every student must take care for the public and college property and persuade others to do so;
  8. Every student, for any personal concern, has to directly contact the concerned Incharge. Improper interference in the academic, administrative, sporting, social or other activities is strictly prohibited;
  9. Every student shall regularly observe the college and class timing and shall ensure his/her regular presence in the classes such that his/her attendance shall not fall short of the required attendances of the public examining bodies;
  10. Every student shall regularly take class tests and home examinations;
  11. Every student must come to the college in the college prescribed uniform;
  12. Every student must provide correct information to the college administration, whenever required;
  13. Every student must observe all the rules and regulations related to the class-room, common room, library, lawns, playgrounds and hostel;
  14. Every student must abstain himself from using unfair means in the class tests, home examination and public examination;
  15. Smoking, consuming or possessing alcoholic drinks or other intoxicants, gambling, possessing or using any weapons college on premises and unauthorised audio/video recording/ photography is strictly prohibited;
  16. Every student shall pay all the college, board, or university dues well in time;
  17. Taking part in politics and wearing of any badge or cap of political parties/ federations on college premises is strictly prohibited;
  18. Display of any sort of poster/ banner in the college building or boundary wall is not allowed;
  19. No student shall facilitate unauthorized entry of any person to the campus or unauthorized occupation of any portion of college premises, including hostels either himself or by any person;
  20. Female students are not allowed to use or keep cellular phones except allowed by the college administration under special circumstances.
  21. Every student shall observe the cultural and social norms of the society;
  22. Parents/guardians of the regular students and ex-students can visit the college after 11:00 A.M. for any official work.

In order to ensure the code of conduct and discipline, the Chief Proctor, and the staff proctor may extend the range of duties of the Proctorial monitors to check indiscipline and indecency among the students even outside the college premises.


Students are required to observe and maintain a reasonable standard of conduct. Any act of misconduct committed by a student inside or outside the campus shall mean the violation of the college discipline resulting in penalties of different intensities including expulsion, rustication or struck-off from the college rolls.

Committing any or more of the following will be considered as misconduct and violation of

College discipline:

  1. Disruption of, or improper interference with, the academic, administrative, sporting, social or other activities of the College, including any attempt to prevent any staff member, student or visitor of the college from carrying on his or her work;
  2. Violent, indecent, disorderly, threatening, defamatory or offensive behaviour or language and use of abusive and derogatory slogans or intimidatory language whilst on college premises or elsewhere;
  3. Any form of harassment of any student or other employee of the college or visitor to the college whether in person, in writing, by email, via the internet or otherwise, whilst on college premises or whilst engaged in any college activity;
  4. Fraud, deceit, deception, dishonesty or forgery, tampering with or misuse of the college documents or records, identification cards, etc;
  5. Furnishing false certificate or false information to any office under the control and jurisdiction of the college;
  6. Action which causes or is likely to cause injury or impair safety on college premises;
  7. Misuse or unauthorised use of college premises or items of property or damage to, or defacement of college or associated property or the property of other members of the college community caused intentionally or recklessly or by negligence, and misappropriation of such property;
  8. Engaging in any attempt at wrongful confinement of teachers, offices, employees and students of the college or camping inside
  9. Breach of the provisions of the Policies, Codes, Rules and Regulations of the college;
  10. Smoking, consuming or possessing alcoholic drinks, dangerous drugs or other intoxicants on the college premises;
  11. Indulging in acts of gambling on the college premises;
  12. Possessing or using any weapons such as knives, laties, iron chains, iron rods, sticks, explosives and fire arms of any kind on the college premises;
  13. Unauthorised audio/video recording/ photography of a learning or other activity;
  14. An act of ragging which includes the action of teasing, playing a practical joke upon someone, display of noisy, disorderly conduct, teasing by rough or rude treatment or handling, including such activities which cause or likely to cause annoyance, undue hardship, physical or psychological harm or raise apprehension or fear in a fresher or asking the students to do any act or perform something which cause him/her shame or embarrassment or danger to his/her life;
  15. Conduct which constitutes a criminal offence (including conviction for an offence) where that conduct: (a) took place on college premises, or (b) affected or concerned other members of the college community, or (c) damages the good name of the college, or (d) itself constitutes misconduct within the terms of this Code;
  16. Any act of moral turpitude;
  17. Failure to disclose name and/or other relevant details to an officer or employee of the college in circumstances when it is reasonable to require that such information be given;
  18. Failure to comply with a previously-imposed warning under this Code or any other Policies, Codes, Rules and Regulations of the college;
  19. The deliberate false activation of a fire alarm or fire extinguisher;
  20. Unauthorised occupation of hostel, rooms or unauthorised acquisition or use of college furniture in one’s hostel room or elsewhere;
  21. Causing or colluding in the unauthorized entry of any person to the campus or in the unauthorized occupation of any portion of college premises, including hostels by any person;
  22. Arousing communal, caste or regional feelings or creating disharmony among students or college staff;
  23. Tearing of pages, defacing, burning and destroying of books of the college library;
  24. Any offence under law;
  25. Using or committing an attempt for using unfair means in class test and home examination;
  26. Pasting of posters or distributing pamphlets, handbills, etc. of an objectionable nature or writing on walls and disfiguring buildings;
  27. Showing disobedience to teachers or college administration;
  28. Neglecting his academic work or other assignments and without any reason missing the class;
  29. Not paying college dues in time;
  30. Indulging in politics;
  31. Any other act which may be considered by the Principal or the college Discipline Committee to be an act of violation of discipline;


The following persons are authorized to take disciplinary action by way of imposing penalties as specified under the heading ‘Range of Penalties’.

i. The Chief Proctor

ii. Disciplinary Committee

iii. Principal of the College

iv. College Council

Any penalty enumerated under the heading ‘Range of Penalties’ may be imposed by the Principal or Chief Proctor of the college upon the recommendation of a Teacher, Head of the Department, Librarian, Imam e Masjid, Hostel Warden, college Controller of Examination, Incharge Sports, Head of any College Society, Discipline Committee and College Council.


The following penalties may, for act of indiscipline or misconduct or for sufficient reasons, be imposed on a student, namely:

i. Written warning and information to the guardian

ii. Fine from Rs.100 to Rs.5000

iii. Suspension from the Class/Department/College/Hostel/Mess/Library/ or availing of any other facility

iv. Suspension or cancellation of scholarships, fellowship or any financial assistance from any source or recommendation to that effect to the sanctioning agency

v. Recovery of pecuniary loss caused to college Property

vi. Debarring from participation in sports, debates, different societies, academic or refreshing tours and other such activities

viii Disqualifying from holding any representative position in the Class/ College/ Hostel/ Mess/ Sports/ Clubs and in similar other bodies

ix. Hostel shift and between Morning/Evening shifts

x. Expulsion from the College/Department/Faculty/Hostel/Mess/Library/Club for a specified period

xi. Debarring from an examination

xii. Issue of Migration Certificate

xiii. Issuance of character certificate with adverse remarks

xiv. Prohibition of further admission or re-admission

xv. Struck-off from the college rolls for the current academic year/session or for any extended period


Any student against whom a charge of misconduct has been initiated may be suspended from the college by the Principal which shall continue till the final decision of the competent authority.

A review of disciplinary action/actions initiated against a student would lie with the officer issuing the orders, within seven days, and an appeal would lie against the orders of the authorities mentioned in these Rules to the College Council.


The Principal in consultation with the College Council is competent to amend the rules or regulations, except those related to admission policy, in the interest of the institution.


In the light of the Supreme Court verdict which reads as under.

Students’ indulgence in political activities in the college shall be strictly prohibited.”

“We, therefore, hereby direct that at the time of admission to an educational institution the student and his parent/guardian shall give an undertaking that the student shall not indulge in politics failing which he shall not be allowed admission. And if after the admission, he violates such undertaking i.e. “indulges himself in politics” he shall be expelled from the institution without any further notice. All the educational institutions shall henceforth seek and obtain similar undertaking in respect of all existing enrolled students.

It is explained that the finding with regard to “indulgence in politics” given by the Head of institution under his seal and signature shall be final and shall not be questioned except only before the Supreme Court”.

The specimen of undertaking given on the following page has to be filled and signed by the student and his father/guardian on judicial paper and attested by a competent authority to be produced at the time of interview/admission.

Unless a candidate is granted admission to the college, there is no need of producing the undertakingalong with the Admission Form. It should be produced at the time of interview/admission.