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      NTS Affiliated Universities & Institutions   Following are the list of universities and institutions which are associated with NAT. If a candidate wants to get admission in any of the listed universities he or she has to appear for NAT test first for qualifying the criteria for admission. Eligibility criteria for NAT test is: completion of 12 years education for NAT-I and completion of 14 years education for NAT-II test.   Here is the list of Universities which are Affiliated with NTS (National Testing Service) CECOS University, Peshawar
      Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering (CASE)
      Center for Emerging Sciences, Engineering & Technology (CESET)
      COMSATS Institute of Information Technology
      Dr. A.Q Khan Institute of Computer Sciences & Information Technology
      Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi
      Federal Urdu University (Islamabad Campus) B.Sc Electrical Engineering
      GIFT University, Gujranwala
      Gomal University, D.I.Khan
      Government College University, Faisalabad
      Institute of Business & Management (IB&M) UET, Lahore
      Institute of Management Sciences, Peshawar
      Institute of Space Technology (IST), Islamabad
      Instiute of Southern Punjab
      International Islamic University, Islamabad (Department of Computer Science, Department of Electronics Engineering)
      Islamia University, Bahawalpur
      Kinnaird College for Women, Lahore
      Kohat University of Science & Technology, Kohat
      NAMAL College, Mianwali
      National Textile University, Faisalabad
      National University of Computer & Emerging Sciences (FAST) ( All Campuses )
      Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission (Talent Scholarship)
      Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad (Quaid-i-Azam School of Management Sciences & School of Economics, Department of Pharmacy)
      Silver Oak Institute of Management Sciences & Information Technology (SIMSIT) Islamabad
      The University of Azad Jammu & Kashmir (Faculty of Agriculture, Rawalakot)
      University of Engineering & Technology, Peshawar (Non Engineering Programmes)
      University of Gujrat, Gujrat
      University of Management & Technology, Lahore
      University of Peshawar, Peshawar
      University of Science & Technology, Bannu
      University of Swat, Swat
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Sindh Police NEW Recruitments Through NTS

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The Sindh police have decided to make new recruitment's against the announced vacancies through National Testing Service (NTS) for ensure transparency and merit. The SSU wing of police has recently completed the recruitment procedure successfully through NTS.

 

This was informed by IGP Sindh Ghulam Hyder Jamali to the visiting delegation of National Management College on Sunday.

 

He said keeping in view the gender responsive policing, women were being encouraged to join police service and in the coming recruitment's more than 2,000 women would be inducted.

 

“Considerable reduction in crime has been observed in the province of Sindh, especially during the last three months (July, August and September). The Sindh police have, in particular, focused against terrorism, target killings, kidnapping for ransom and extortion. During the reported period, 247 criminals have been killed in different police encounters while 1,293 were arrested,” the IGP revealed.

 

The IGP also shared details of the ongoing targeted operation, (since September 5, 2013) against the criminals in Karachi. Comparing the number of killings before and during targeted operation, he informed the house that the figure of target killings had come down from over 2,342 to around 989 which showed significant reduction (2342-989=1353). “Similarly, cases of extortion had reduced from 1,303 to 1,245 (1,303-1245=58) and cases pertaining to street crimes also showed reduction from 2,196 to around 1,798 (2196-1798=398),” he added.

 

Jamali further informed the delegation that during the year 2014, the Sindh police had recovered 517 kg of explosive materials from the possession of terrorists in addition to 23 bombs, 459 hand grenades, 16 RPG-7 rockets, 11 suicidal jackets, 4 G-3 rifles, 260 KKs/SMGs and 7,954 pistols/revolvers/shot guns. ”A total number of 2,392 encounters took place in the province so far this year, killing 371 terrorists/kidnappers/dacoits and criminals. Police also arrested 7,435 criminals during the current year,” he added.

 

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