Undergraduate Programs

BS (Electrical Engineering)
Eligibility
  • At least 60% marks in Matriculation or an equivalent examination
  • At least 60% marks in HSSC (Pre-Engineering) or an equivalent examination
Selection Criteria

Selection on the basis of NTS-NAT Marks

  • Those who have taken NAT-IE examination can apply for admission to the BS(Civil/Electrical) Engineering
  • Cut-off marks to be determined by the Admission Committee of the University

Selection on the basis of NU Admission Test

  • Merit is determined by assigning 40% weight to marks obtained in Intermediate (part-I) (or an equivalent exam)
  • For those whose Intermediate results are not available, their Matriculation marks are considered
  • Marks obtained in the NU Online Admission Test are assigned the remaining 60% weight

Selection on the basis of SAT score

  • Combined score of 1,500 or more in the SAT-I examination
  • At least 550 in the SAT-II (Math Level IIC) examination

 

BS (Computer Science)
Eligibility
  • At least 60% marks in Matriculation or an equivalent examination
  • At least 50% marks in HSSC or an equivalent examination. Must have studied Mathematics at HSSC level
Selection Criteria

Selection on the basis of NTS-NAT Marks

  • Those who have taken NAT-IE or NAT-ICS examination can apply for admission to the BS (Computer Science)
  • Cut-off marks to be determined by the Admission Committee of the University

Selection on the basis of NU Admission Test

  • Merit is determined by assigning 40% weight to marks obtained in Intermediate (part-I) (or an equivalent exam)
  • For those whose Intermediate results are not available, their Matriculation marks are considered
  • Marks obtained in the NU Online Admission Test are assigned the remaining 60% weight

Selection on the basis of SAT score

  • Combined score of 1,500 or more in the SAT-I examination
  • At least 550 in the SAT-II (Math Level IIC) examination

Graduate

MS (Electrical Engineering)
Eligibility
  • Bachelor Degree in a relevant engineering discipline (Electrical, Telecommunications, or Computer engineering, etc.), recognized by   Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)
  • Minimum CGPA of 2.0 (on a scale of 4.0) or at least 60% marks
Selection Criteria Admission is based on candidate’s performance in any one of the following two tests:

 

MS (Computer Science)
Eligibility
  • Degree in relevant subject, earned from a recognized university after 16 years of education
  • At least 60% marks or CGPA of at least 2.0
Selection Criteria Admission is based on candidate’s performance in any one of the following two tests:

 

PhD (Electrical Engineering / Computer Science)
Eligibility
  • A degree in a relevant subject, earned from a recognized university after 18 years of relevant education
  • At least 70% marks or CGPA of at least 3.0
Selection Criteria
  • Admission is based on candidate’s performance in the following:
  • Minimum 60% marks and at least 50 percentile rank in NTS-Subject GAT or International GRE Subject Test
  • Interview (to assess research potential)

Equivalence of O/A-level Grades

O level Grades

The below information is only for the guidance purpose. University will accept the certificate from Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) for foreign qualification including O/A Level.
To compute equivalent marks for O-level students, add marks of eight subjects (Chemistry, English, Islamiat, Mathematics, Pakistan Studies, Physics, Urdu, and Biology or Computer Studies). The percentage marks corresponding to grade letters is shown in the adjacent table. The marks obtained by the student in these eight subjects are then used to calculate the equivalent matriculation percentage marks.
The equivalent marks are calculated using the following criteria used by the Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC):

Grade Points
A* 90%
A 85%
B 75%
C 65%
D 55%
E 45%
U 0%

Example: Computing marks equivalent to matriculation.

Subject Grade Total Marks Marks Obtained
1. Chemistry A 100 85
2. English B 100 75
3. Islamiyat D 100 55
4. Mathematics B 100 75
5. Pak. Studies C 100 65
6. Physics B 100 75
7. Urdu B 100 75
8. Biology Or Comp. Studies D 100 55
Total 800 560

The equivalent marks in matriculation (out of 850) are (560 ÷800) × 850 = 595

A level Grades

The marks equivalent to A-level are computed using the above stated total marks (out of 800). Add to this, the marks for the three subjects of A-level using the above table. The total thus obtained is out of 1100. This total can then be used to work out the percentage marks for HSSC.

Example: Marks of the above mentioned student in A-level are given below:

Subject Grade
Chemistry C
Physics B
Mathematics A

Calculating equivalent marks:

Subject Grade Total Marks Marks Obtained
O-level Marks 800 560
Chemistry C 100 65
Physics B 100 75
Mathematics A 100 85
Total 1100 785

The equivalent marks in HSSC (out of 1100) are (785 ÷1100) × 1100 = 785