- Pakistan nationals
- Dual national Pakistanis/Resident status of a foreign country with premedical from Pakistan/Pakistani education system, who have:
- Passed F.Sc. pre-medical with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with minimum of 660/1100 marks (excluding marks of Hafiz e Quran). Qualification Equivalent to F.Sc. pre-medical i.e., A – Levelor American High School with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. Such candidates should submit Equivalence Certificate of IBCC (Inter Board Committee of Chairman) along with a complete official transcript of the result.
- Appeared in Provincial Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). Result of MCAT has to be submitted along.
- Foreign nationals
- Dual national Pakistanis/Resident status of a foreign country with premedical equivalent from outside Pakistan, who have:
- Qualification equivalent to F.Sc.pre-medical. Have appeared in Provincial Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). Result of MCAT has to be submitted along.
- Passed SAT-II examination with a minimum score of 550 in each of the three science subjects of which two have to be Biology and Chemistry.
Submission of Application:
Candidates should submit: Application in their respective categories duly completed in all respects on the prescribed Admission form (available online and from notified places). Receipt of application dues which may be paid in the form of cash/pay order in favor of Bahawalpur Medical & Dental College, Bahawalpur.
Procedure of Selection:
All applicants are short-listed within their respective categories by the Admission Board Bahawalpur Medical & Dental College, strictly on the basis of merit. Final selection is made with great care based on marks in Matriculation/Equivalent Qualification, F.Sc./Equivalent Qualification and MCAT. Decision is in accordance with approved and defined procedure and is final, irrevocable and non-negotiable. The College authorities are not bound to explain the reason for their decision to the applicants, their parents, guardians, relatives or friends.
Confirmation of Admission:
The list of selected candidates is displayed on the College Secretariat notice board and on internet with the directions to submit the College dues within a stipulated time. The confirmation of admission is based upon the payment of dues. In case of failure of submission of dues, the name of defaulting candidate is struck off from the list and the seat is offered to the next candidate on the waiting list.
Rules and Regulations
Code Of Conduct
All students are required to follow the rules and regulations of the college given in the “Student Handbook”. Cheating, dishonest behavior, social misconduct or infractions of college rules, stealing, willful destruction of college property, use of physical force against other students, patients or staff, use of drugs, possession and use of weapons, inciting disturbances and strikes, non-payment of tuition and other fee on time without valid reason, repeated absence without permission from classes, clinics, laboratories will be referred to the disciplinary committee which will recommend appropriate disciplinary action which may result in dismissal from the college.
Class Attendance Policy
Students are expected to attend all classes, demonstrations, practical and clinical teaching sessions. Attendance record of each and every student is maintained by the respective departments and the Office of Student Affairs. As per University of Health Sciences and BMDC College of Medicine and Dentistry rules, it is mandatory for the students to have at least 75% of the total class attendance to be eligible to appear for in UHS examinations. The admission forms of those students whose class attendance is less than 75% of the total are not forwarded to UHS.
Students should not expect to be granted leave of absence during working days, except in case of an emergency. All leaves of absence applied must be in writing and sanctioned by the College Office. A medical certificate endorsed by Medical Specialists should accompany medical leave. A leave of absence does not mean that the student shall be marked present.
Students are expected to take care of College/Hospital property and any damage caused will be charged in full to the student/parents.
The college is not liable for loss of any valuables incurred during a student’s tenure at the BMDC. Students are requested to safeguard their belongings.
- Male students are required to wear dress shirts and trousers and formal shoes/sandals
- ShalwarKameez is allowed only on Friday provided that waist coat is worm over the ShalwarKameez
- Female students are expected to wear decent dress
Students are required to display Identity Cards all the times within the campus.
Students are not allowed to use mobile phones in the class, clinics or lab.
Students are strictly forbidden to indulge in political or sectarian activity. Defaulter may be referred to the Disciplinary Committee.
Smoking is prohibited in the college premises.
- Drinks and eatables should be taken only inside the cafeteria
- Eating and drinking inside the class rooms, labs and other functional areas are prohibited
- For all social functions, written permission of the management/concerned authorities is required
- Students wishing to arrange any social activity should fill in the form giving details of the number of events/parties, of student’s invited/attending, date and place of such social event.
Damage to College Property
Willful damage to college property is a serious offence. Students involved in such activities will be required to bear the cost of damage done.
Instructions or notices are displayed at notice/sign boards fixed at various places in the college. It is student’s responsibility to read them daily.
- Students are not allowed to invite visitors or friends in the college or take them around the campus
- Permission must be obtained from the Principal before inviting any guest to the college