PESHAWAR: Thousands of students are planning to appear in EATA entry test for admission at University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Peshawar, stated a press release issued on Tuesday.
According to the statement, the test has been scheduled for August 2 and a total 14,208 students are expected to appear for the exam.
“The test will be held simultaneously in centres in Peshawar, Abbottabad, Saidu Sharif, and DI Khan,” read the statement. “Students in Peshawar will take the test at Khyber Medical College and Islamia Collegiate Ground.”
According to the document, gates at various centres will open at 6:30am and will close at 8am. “The test will begin at 9am,” it added.
Do’s and don’ts
“No candidate will be allowed to enter the centres without their entry test admit card,” stated the press release. “Admit cards are being issued online. Use of mobile phones, cameras, calculators and other electronic devices is strictly prohibited during the test.”
Beacon of light
UET Dean for Engineering Professor Dr Noor Muhammad told The Express Tribune 508 female students will also appear for the test.
“All arrangements have been made for the test,” he said. “We have also taken steps to ensure the security of students during the test.”
The result for the test will be available at the ETEA website www.etea.edu.pk on August 3. The students can also check their results on UET Peshawar main notice board located at the university premises.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 29th, 2015.