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Entrance Test For Engineering Institutions Held, Answer Keys Of Test Available

Entrance Test For Engineering Institutions Held, Answer Keys Of Test Available

 Entrance Test for Engineering Institutions held, Answer Keys of Test Available
Entrance Test for Engineering Institutions held, Answer Keys of Test Available

Lahore: Combined Entrance Test for admission in engineering institutions for undergraduate programs was held yesterday 19th September 2010 at various examination centers across the Punjab. The test was held by the University of Engineering and Technology Lahore. The answer keys were uploaded at the official website of UET.

Answer Keys for Entry Test Booklets

  1. Key for “BLUE” Entry Test Booklets
  2. Key for “GREEN” Entry Test Booklets
  3. Key for “YELLOW BROWN” Entry Test Booklets
  4. Key for “RED Entry” Test Booklets

Total 36,660 candidates appeared in the test across the province out of which14,181 candidates appeared at UET Lahore, 3417 at Texila, 6097 at Multan, 1729 at Bahawalpur, 3077 at Faisalabad, 1873 at Gujrat, 3793 at Rawalpindi, 1173 at Karachi, 1117 at Peshawar and 203 at Quetta, said UET in a press release issued on Sunday.

On the occasion, special measures were adopted to ensure secrecy and transparency at the examination centers. UET Vice-Chancellor Lt Gen (r) Akram Khan along with Chief Coordinator Prof Dr Salim Abid Tabassum also visited different examination centers.

The result will be uploaded on the UET website on September 26, 2010.

A rush of students was witnessed at UET Lahore where students and their parents gathered from different cities of the province early on Sunday. After the test, students criticized the varsity administration and said that at some centers, students were given around 20 minutes of extra time to finish their test.

“It is not fair and honest that some teachers, with the involvement of private institutions, are supporting students at these centers,” a student said, adding that the administration was claiming that these students had been late due to traffic issues and were given extra time. A female student said that students were also using cell phones and demanded that entry tests not be held at all if the government could not implement transparency.

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