Bakhtawar Amin Medical and Dental College
INTRODUCTIONBakhtawar Amin Medical and Dental College (BAMDC) is a prestigious college located in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan. It was established by Bakhtawar Amin Hospital in the memory of Mian Muhammed Rasheed Bakhtawar Amin. Bakhtawar Amin Medical and Dental College – (BAMDC) is affiliated with the University of Health Sciences, Lahore. The college has a very well built campus covering 48 acres of land and has many facilities for its students and staff. Bakhtawar Amin Hospital is also located nearby and serves as a teaching hospital for the medical college, with 500 beds and top-notch facilities in every department. Bakhtawar Amin Medical and Dental College is committed to providing world-class education and research to all its students. The college aims in practicing compassionate, analytical, and ethical approaches in the delivery of health care. Bakhtawar Amin Medical and Dental College – (BAMDC) also provides gateways for continuing professional development for the doctors to improve the standards of care in their respective fields.
ADMISSION PROCEDUREFor the candidates applying following is the eligibility criteria:
- The applicant who is willing to appear in the MCAT examination must have passed the intermediate in the medical subjects, which are: Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Physics, and English from any of the recognized colleges.
- For the above subjects, the applicant must have passed them with 60% or more marks which makes the score at least 660 out of a total 1100 marks in the intermediate.
- The applicants who are having the Domicile of Punjab and Federal Capital Area; Islamabad, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and the applicants belonging to the province of Gilgit-Baltistan are being eligible to apply for the MCAT examination which is to be held in Punjab and they are also being prescribed to bring their Domicile with themselves as without it they will not be accommodated in the MCAT examination.
- The Pakistanis who have dual nationality are necessarily required to appear in the SAT II examination before appearing in the MCAT. The applicants are being prescribed to obtain at least a minimum of 550 marks in the SAT II examination so that they can avail the admission under the seats which are being reserved for them under the Pakistan Technical Assistance Program (PTAP) and Self Finance Schemes (SFS).
- Application Form duly filled by the candidate.
- Original & 6 Photocopies of Secondary School Certificates (Matric Certificate) / O-Level along with Equivalence Certificates.
- Original & 6 Photocopies of Certificates / Detailed Marks of F.Sc. (Pre Medical) / A-Level along with Equivalence Certificates.
- Original & 6 Photocopies of Provisional / Certificate / Character of college last attended.
- Original & 6 Photocopies of Domicile Certificate.
- Six Photocopies of CNIC or B-Form.
- Ten latest passport size photographs (sky blue background) duly attested by Govt. Officer Grade-17 or above (one on front and rest on the back).
- Six latest photos size (1×1), sky blue background.
- Original Board Migration Certificate / NOC in case of F.Sc. from Federal Board.
- Result Card of Entry Test (UHS).
- Surety Bond (specimen enclosed) on a stamp paper of worth Rs. 100/- duly attested by Notary Public and the 1st Class Magistrate.
- Affidavit declaration certificates by the parents/guardian on stamp paper Rs 100/- duly attested by Notary Public and 1st Class Magistrate.
- Undertaking agreement by the student on stamp paper Rs. 100/- duly attested by Notary Public and the 1st Class Magistrate.
- The certificate that you have been vaccinated against Tetanus, Measles, Mumps & Rubella.
- The certificate that you have been vaccinated against Tetanus, Measles, Mumps & Rubella and you have the full course of immunization against Hepatitis “B” Virus
- Photocopy of SAT-II score.
- Photocopy of Passport.
ADMISSION TESTAfter clearing the eligibility criteria the candidate has to appear for the UHS exam. UHS conducts the entrance exam once a year whose results are valid for a year. The candidate applying has to undergo the MDCAT test. The test is of two and a half hours consisting of 220 MCQs, divided into four sections, namely:
- Biology – (88 MCQs)
- Chemistry – (58 MCQs)
- Physics – (44 MCQs)
- English (General) – (30 MCQs)
- Rahim Yar Khan
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- BACHELOR OF MEDICINE AND BACHELOR OF SURGERY (MBBS)