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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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  1. Agriculture Sciences
  2. Architectural Engineering
  3. Civil Engineering
  4. Economics
  5. Education
  6. Electrical Engineering
  7. Electronics
  8. Environmental Sciences / Engineering
  9. Geography
  10. History
  11. Islamic Studies
  12. Telecom Engineering
  13. Urdu
Agriculture Sciences
Sr. Core Areas of Agriculture Sciences Percentage

(100% of 70%)

1. Agronomy and Crop Physiology 10%
2. Crop Protection 10%
3. Agriculture Engineering 10%
4. Plant Breeding and Genetics 10%
5. Horticulture and Forestry 10%
6. Soil Science 10%
7. Biotechnology 10%
8. Agriculture Extension 10%
9. Agriculture Economics 10%
10. Rural Sociology and Development 10%
  Total: 100%

 

Architectural Engineering
Sr. Core Areas of Architectural Engineering Percentage
1. Basic Design – I -
2. Visual Communication – I -
3. Business Communication -
4. History of Architecture – I -
5. Islamic and Pakistan Studies – I -
6. Basic Design – II -
7. Visual Communication – II -
8. Computer Application in Architecture – I -
9. Islamic and Pakistan Studies – II -
10. Materials and Construction – I -
11. Architectural Design – I -
12. Computer Application in Architectural – II -
13. Materials and Construction – II -
14. Visual Communication – III -
15. History of Architecture – II -
16. Architectural Design – II -
17. Visual Communication – IV -
18. Materials and Construction – III -
19. Structure for Architects – I -
20. Computer Application in Architecture – III -
21. Surveying and Leveling -
22. Architectural Design – III -
23. Materials and Construction – IV -
24. Structure for Architects – II -

25.

Services and Engineering Systems – I -
26. History of Architecture – III -
27. Architectural Design – IV -
28. Materials and Construction – V -
29. Structure for Architects – III -
30. Services and Engineering Systems – II -
31. Climatology and Thermal Comfort -
32. Architectural Design – V -
33. Urban Design -
34. Theory of Architecture – I -
35. Conservation and Adaptive Re-use -
36. Project Management -
37. Architectural Design – VI -
38. Interior Design -
39. Landscape Design -
40. Theory of Architecture - II -
41. Research Methodology -
  Total: -

 

Civil Engineering
Sr. Core Areas of Civil Engineering Percentage
1. Engineering Drawing 8 %
2. Engineering Mechanics 4 %
3. Engineering Surveying 8 %
4. Engineering Material 4 %
5. Fluid Mechanics 8 %
6. Mechanics of Solids 6 %
7. Mechanics Geology 4 %
8. Structural Analysis 8 %
9. Transportation Engineering 8 %
10. Engineering Construction 5 %
11. Reinforced Concrete Design 6 %
12. Soil Mechanics 3 %
13. Environmental Engineering 3 %
14. Civil Work Quantity and Cost Estimations 6 %
15. Architectureand Town Planning 6 %
16. Steel Structure 3 %
17. Structural Designand Drawing 3 %
18. Construction Planning and Management 4 %
19. Irrigation and Water Resources Engineering 3 %
  Total: 100 %

 

Economics
Sr. Core Areas of Economics Percentage
1. Microeconomics 10 %
2. Macro Economics 10 %
3. Quantitative Economics 10 %
4. International Trade Theory and Finance 10 %
5. Econometrics: Theory and Applications 10 %
6. Development Economics: Theory and Policy 10 %
7. Monetary Theory and Policy 5 %
8. Public Finance 5 %
9. Major Issues in Pakistan Economy 5 %
10. Islamic Economics 5 %
11. Managerial Economics 5 %
12. Agricultural Economics 5 %
13. Human Resource Development and Management 5 %
14. Research Methodology 5 %
  Total: 100 %

 

Education
Sr. Core Areas of Education Percentage
1. Perspective of Education 25 %
2. Educational Psychology 15 %
3. Curriculum Development 10 %
4. Educational Measurement , Testing and Evolution 15 %
5. Educational Research 10 %
6. Educational Planning, Measurement / Educational Administration 10 %
7. Pedagogy and Teaching Technology 10 %
8. Educational Technology 5 %
  Total: 100 %

 

Electrical Engineering
Sr. Core Areas of Electrical Engineering Percentage
1. Basic Electric Engineering 12 %
2. Communication Systems 8 %
3. Control Systems 8 %
4. Digital Signal Processing 5 %
5. Electrical Machines 8 %
6. Electromagnetic Field Theory 8 %
7. Electronic Devices and Circuits 8 %
8. Instrumentation and Measurement 5 %
9. Integrated Circuits 5 %
10. Principle of Computing 8 %
11. Digital Logic Design 8 %
12. Microprocessor Based System 4 %
13. Power Electronics 5 %
14. Power Systems 8 %
  Total: 100 %

 

Electronics
Sr. Core Areas of Electronics Percentage
1. Basic Electrical Engineering 10 %
2. Electronic Circuits and Devices 10 %
3. Programming Techniques 3 %
4. Digital Logic Design 6 %
5. Integrated Circuits 5 %
6. Electromagnetic Fields Theory and Radiating System 5 %
7. Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation 5 %
8. Linear Control Systems 5 %
9. Data Communication and Computer Networks 5 %
10. Signals and Systems 5 %
11. Digital Signal Processing 5 %
12. Optoelectronics 3 %
13. Power Electronics 4 %
14. VLSI Design 5 %
15. Microprocessor Systems and Interfacing 6 %
16. Automation and Robotics 5 %
17. Communication Systems 8 %
18. Digital System Design 5 %
  Total: 100 %

 

Environmental Sciences / Engineering
Sr. Core Areas of Environmental Sciences / Engineering Percentage
1. Ecology 10 %
2. Air, Climate pollution 6 %
3. Water resources, pollution 5 %
4. Environmental Geology and Earth resources 7 %
5. Environmental Conservation (forests, grasslands) 10 %
6. Sustainability & Human Development 5 %
7. Environmental Science and Policy, laws and planning 7 %
8. Solid waste and hazardous material 5 %
9. Biodiversity 6 %
10. Human population 3 %
11. Radiation 4 %
12. Agricultural pollution 5 %
13. Pesticides 5 %
14. Energy 4 %
15. Preserving nature 5 %
16. Treatment of Wastes 5 %
17. Affects of pollutants on vegetation and humans 8 %
  Total: 100 %

 

Geography
Sr. Core Areas of Geography Percentage
1. Physical Geography 35 %
A.

Geomorphology

7 %
B.

Oceanography

7 %
C.

Climatologyand Meteorology

7 %
D.

Bio-Geography (Plantand Zoo Geography)

7 %
E.

Hydro and Soil Geography

7 %
2. Human Geography 35 %
A.

Economic Geography

35 %
B.

Regional Geography of the World

5.83 %
C.

Settlement Geography (Rural and Urban)

5.83 %
D.

Social and Cultural Geography

5.83 %
E.

Population Geography

5.83 %
F.

Environmental Geography (including Natural Hazards and Disaster Mitigation)

5.83 %

3.

Practical Geography 30 %
A.

Mapping and Map Projection

6 %
B.

Cartography

6 %
C.

Surveying and Global Position System (GPS)

6 %
D.

Remote Sensingand Air Photo Interpretation

6 %
E.

Geographic Information System (GIS)

6 %
F.

Quantitativeand Statistical Geography

6 %
  Total: 100 %

 

History
Sr. Core Areas of History Percentage
1. Early History of Islam -
2. Research Methodology -
3. State and Society in Muslim India 1206 – 1707 -
4. Muslim Struggle for Independence 1858– 1930 -
5. Government and Politics in Pakistan 1947 – 2000 -
6. Modern Europe (1789– 1945) -
7. Muslim Struggle for Independence 1930 – 1947 -
8. Foreign Policy of Pakistan 1947 – 1997 -
9. Philosophy of History -
10. International Relations and Organizations -
11. Ancient India -
12. Contemporary Middle East -
13. Early Modern Europe (1453 – 1789) -
14. History of England (1688 – 1919) -
15. United States after Second World War -
16. Human Rights in Pakistan -
17. Women Empowerment in Pakistan -
18. Local Self-Government in Pakistan -
19. Role of Military in Pakistan -
20. Pakistan's Economy – An Historical Survey (1947 – to date) -
21. Pakistani Languages and Literature -
22. Muslim Rule in India (712 – 1526) -
23. Pakistani Society and Culture -
24. Muslim Civilization and Culture -

25.

Muslim Political Thought and Institutions -
26. Muslim Contribution to Arts, Science and Architecture -
27. History of Revivalist Movements in Islam -
28. Modern Muslim World: Challenges of the New Millennium -
29. The Great Mughals (1926 – 1707) -
30. Later Mughals & British India (1707– 1857) -
31. The Punjab in Modern Times -
32. Umayyads and Abbasides -
33. Muslim Rule in Spain -
34. The Ottoman Empire -
35. Central Asia -
  Total: -

 

Islamic Studies
Sr. Core Areas of Islamic Studies Percentage
1. Quran 12 %
2. Hadith 12 %
3. Fiqh 12 %
4. Comparative Study of Religions 12 %
5. Islamic History 10 %
6. Islamic Economics 5 %
7. Islam and Science 6 %
8. Islam and Modern Political Thoughts 4 %
9. Islam and Modern Social Thoughts 4 %
10. Research Methodology 4 %
11. Quantitative General 4 %
12. English 15 %
  Total: 100 %

 

Telecom Engineering
Sr. Core Areas of Telecom Engineering Percentage
1. Basic Electrical Engineering 12 %
2. Analog Communication Systems 8 %
3. Control Systems 8 %
4. Digital Signal Processing 5 %
5. Electrical Machines 8 %
6. Electromagnetic Field Theory 8 %
7. Electronic Devices and Circuits 8 %
8. Digital Communication System 5 %
9. Data Communication and Computer Networks 5 %
10. Microwave Engineering 8 %
11. Digital Logic Design 8 %
12. Microprocessor Based System 4 %
13. Telecommunication System Engineering 5 %
14. Antenna and Radio-Wave Propagation 8 %
  Total: 100 %

 

Urdu
Sr. Core Areas of Urdu Percentage
1. Principles of Literary Research 12 %
2. Criticism 10 %
3. Historical Linguistics 10 %
4. New literary and Critical Trends 10 %
5. IIm-e-Badee-o-Bayan and Prosody 8 %
6. History Poetry and Prose in Urdu 15 %
7. Classical Poetry 12 %
8. Modern poetry 8 %
9. Special Study of Mir, Ghalib and Iqbal 15 %
  Total: 100 %

 

  • Candidates with a minimum 18 - Years degree are eligible to appear in the test.

A few of the other study areas are under process and are being considered for Subject Tests.

 

Test Format of GAT Subject:

Total Questions (MCQs) = 100

Total Test Time = 120 Minutes (2 Hours)

Test Type: Paper Based

 

Test Contents:

General Section = 30% of the Total Test

Subject Section = 70% of the Total Test

 

Areas of General Section:

English (Verbal) = 15%

Analytical Reasoning = 15%

 

Note: Lists of eligible candidates, Test venue and Candidate instructions will be displayed on NTS website at least 7 days prior to test date.

Graduate Assessment Test (GAT Subject) Paper Distribution / Curricula
Please click on any of the Subject below to download its Curricula / Paper Distribution
1 Agriculture Economics
2 Agriculture Extension
3 Agriculture-Crop Production
4 Agriculture-Crop Protection
5 Agriculture-Food Sciences
6 Agriculture-Plant Genetics
7 Architecture
8 Bio Chemistry
9 Bioinformatics
10 Biotechnology
11 Botany
12 Chemistry
13 Civil Engineering
14 Computer Engineering
15 Computer Science
16 Economics
17 Education
18 Electrical Engineering
19 Electronics
20 English (Linguistics)
21 English (Literature)
22 Environmental Sciences
23 Fine Arts
24 Forestry and Range Management
25 Geography
26 History
27 Home Economics
28 Human Nutrition
29 International Relations
30 Islamic Studies
31 Library and Information Sciences
32 Management Sciences
33 Mass Communication
34 Mathematics
35 Mechanical Engineering
36 Metallurgical and Material Engineering
37 Meteorology
38 Microbiology
39 Pakistani Language (Brahvi)
40 Pakistani Language (Balochi)
41 Pakistani Language (Punjabi)
42 Pakistani Language (Pashto)
43 Pakistani Language (Saraiki)
44 Pakistani Language (Sindhi)
45 Pakistani Language (Urdu)
46 Pakistan Studies
47 Pharmacy
48 Physical Education
49 Physics
50 Political Science
51 Psychology
52 Social Anthropology
53 Sociology
54 Statistics
55 Telecommunication Engineering
56 Textile Engineering
57 Veterinary (Animal Sciences)
58 Veterinary (Bio-Medical Sciences)
59 Veterinary (Clinical Sciences)
60 Veterinary (Patho-Biological Science)
61 Wild Life
62 Zoology

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i have GAT General test on sunday as i have chosen engineering as it is for the shortlisting of public sector jobs but i diont know what ihave to study please anyone can help me out in this as time is very less and just i came to know about this forum so after making my account it is my first post and need help in this please tell about this and what will be the paper distribution.

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