The University of Punjab (PU), the largest and the oldest seat of higher learning in Pakistan, has made the entry test compulsory for all of its undergraduate programs in all disciplines.

According to details, Higher Education Commission (HEC) Pakistan’s Undergraduate Studies Admission Test (USAT) has been made mandatory for admissions to almost all undergraduate programs, with exception of HEC’s LAW Admission Test (LAT) for LLB program and Engineering Colleges’ Admission Test (E-CAT) conducted by the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) for engineering programs. While Punjab University College of Art and Design (PUCAD) will conduct its own entry test.

The deadline for registration in the Undergraduate Studies Admission Test (USAT), being organized by the Higher Education Commission, is August 12, 2022.

According to the Punjab University spokesperson, the students who wish to take admissions to the undergraduate programs must take the relevant entrance test. He said that the entry test is also mandatory for the candidates applying for the reserved seats in PU, except for foreign students. He said that the candidates should visit Punjab University’s official website and social media accounts for details of applicable entry test for their desired undergraduate programs.

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