A total of 14,782 students will sit for the University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar entrance test scheduled to be held across Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa on Sunday (today).
Of the total number of candidates, 14,252 will be male and 530 female.
The university administration claims all arrangements have been made to facilitate students appearing for the test being conducted by the Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) in four centres across K-P.
According to UET Media Director Shumaila Farooq, 9,795 students will be taking the test at the Peshawar centre, 1,591 in Abbottabad, 2,205 in Swat and 1,191 in DI Khan. “All arrangements have been completed. Tents have been set up and water coolers, fans and loudspeakers have been placed at the four centres,” said Farooq. The three-hour-long test will begin at 9am, she added.
Results will be announced within 36 hours and students will be able to check them on the ETEA website as well as notice boards at UET.
Published in The Express Tribune, August 10th, 2014.
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