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  1. I heard the news that 8th class result will be announced on Friday 31st March 2019 at 10:00 AM PST. All students of 8th class waiting for their result of (PEC) Punjab Examination Commission. 8th Class Result 2019 PEC All Punjab Boards Lots of websites are providing 8th Class Result 2018 PEC online at their web portal. Please Visit: JobsAlert.pk - 8th Class Result 2019 LahoriMela.com - Click Here Jobslo.pk - Click Here
  2. I know that 5th Class Result 2019 is going to announced on Friday 31st March 2019 at 10:00 AM PST. You can check online at many websites but I found some good website who provides result online. 5th Class Result 2019 PEC All Punjab Boards Here is list of website, who provide 5th Class Result 2019 PEC; JobsAlert.pk - 5th Class Result 2019 LahoriMela.com - Click Here Jobslo.pk - Click Here
  3. NTS NAT Test Schedule 2013 Sr # Test Date Advertisement Dates Last Date of Submission of Registration Form Provisional Candidates’ list will be uploaded on website Queries will be entertained till Roll No. Slip Dispatch Date Result Announcement Date on NTS Website 1 Sunday 13th January 2013 Sunday 16th December 2012 Thursday 27th December 2012 Monday 31st December 2012 Wednesday 2nd January 2013 Thursday 3rd January 2013 Saturday 19th January 2013 2 Sunday 24th February 2013 Sunday 27th January 2013 Thursday 7th February 2012 Monday 11th February 2013 Wednesday 13th February 2013 Thursday 14th February 2013 Saturday 2nd March 2013 3 Sunday 24th March 2013 Sunday 24th February 2013 Thursday 7th March 2013 Monday 11th March 2013 Wednesday 13th March 2013 Thursday 14th March 2013 Saturday 30th March 2013 4 Sunday 21st April 2013 Sunday 24th March 2013 Thursday 4th April 2013 Monday 8th April 2013 Wednesday 10th April 2013 Thursday 11th April 2013 Saturday 27th April 2013 5 Sunday 26th May 2013 Sunday 28th April 2013 Thursday 9th May 2013 Monday 13th May 2013 Wednesday 15th May 2013 Thursday 16th May 2013 Saturday 1st June 2013 6 Sunday 23rd June 2013 Sunday 26th May 2013 Thursday 6th June 2013 Monday 10th June 2013 Wednesday 12th June 2013 Thursday 13th June 2013 Saturday 29th June 2013 7 Sunday 21st July 2013 Sunday 23rd June 2013 Thursday 4th July 2013 Monday 8th July 2013 Wednesday 10th July 2013 Thursday 11th July 2013 Saturday 27 July 2013 8 Sunday 25th August 2013 Sunday 28th July 2013 Monday 12th August 2013 Not Yet Announced ------ ----- ---- Thursday 15th August 2013 Saturday 31st August 2013 9 Sunday 22nd September 2013 Sunday 25th August 2013 Monday 9th September 2013 2013 Wednesday 11th September 2013 Thursday 12th September 2013 Saturday 28th September 2013 10 Sunday 20th October 2013 Sunday 22nd September 2013 Thursday 3rd October 2013 Monday 7th October 2013 Wednesday 9th October 2013 Thursday 10th October 2013 Saturday 26th October 2013 11 Sunday 24th November 2013 Sunday 27th October 2013 Thursday 7th November 2013 Monday 11th November 2013 Wednesday 13th November 2013 Thursday 14th November 2013 Saturday 30th November 2013 12 Sunday 22nd December 2013 Sunday 24th November 2013 Thursday 13th December 2013 Monday 9th December 2013 Wednesday 11th December 2013 Thursday 12th December 2013
  4. Asian Institute of Management and Sciences Layyah, Affiliated with GCU Lahore (GAT™ Special Test MS Urdu) To Download Advertisement: Click Here To Download Application Form: Click Here Last Date For Application Submission : Saturday, 8th November 2014 Test Date : Will be Announced Soon GAT™ General Content Weightages Test Type Verbal Reasoning Quantitative Reasoning Analytical Reasoning Business and Engineering Students 35% 35% 30% Art, Humanities and Social Sciences 50% 30% 20% Students Agricultural Veterinary, Biological & 45% 35% 20% Related Sciences Students Religious Studies Students 50% 30% 20%
  5. FIFA World Cup 2014 Groups and Standings / Points Table FIFA World Cup 2014 has begun and a month of adrenaline pumping action lies ahead as the best teams from around the globe take the field to fight it out for the gorgeous World Cup trophy. Brazil is one of the all time favourites and now they host the 20th edition of the FIFA World Cup which, no need to reiterate, is going to be explosive. There are 64 matches, 32 teams, 12 venues, 8 Groups and 1 World Cup trophy which every footballer dreams of holding in his hands and lift to show the world that they are world champions. Brazil hosts the FIFA World Cup for the second time in FIFA World Cup history after they hosted FIFA World Cup in 1950. Spain is the defending team and they will look to honour the trophy and reclaiming it but only if they can ward off the other 31 teams that have been hungry to get their hands on it for 4 very long years. Spain is part of the exotic FIFA World Cup winners club along with Brazil, Germany, Uruguay, France, Argentina and England, who have all qualified for this edition of the World Cup. There are 4 teams in all 8 groups with the tournament starting off with the hosts, Brazil, taking on Croatia. Every team plays three matches in the league stages of the tournament against the group members that they are a part of with every win giving them 3 points, a draw giving each team 1 point and a loss gives them 0 points. The top 2 teams from each of the 8 groups will qualify for the Round of 16 going on to the quarter finals, semi finals and the best two teams going on to the final match. Group A M W D L GF GA GD Pts Brazil 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 3 Mexico 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 Cameroon 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 0 Croatia 1 0 0 1 1 3 -2 0 Group B M W D L GF GA GD Pts Netherlands 1 1 0 0 5 1 4 3 Chile 1 1 0 0 3 1 2 3 Australia 1 1 0 0 5 1 -2 0 Spain 1 0 1 1 1 5 -4 0 Group C M W D L GF GA GD Pts Colombia 1 1 0 0 3 0 3 3 Ivory Coast Greece 1 0 0 1 0 0 -3 0 Japan Group D M W D L GF GA GD Pts Costa Rica England Italy Uruguay Group E M W D L GF GA GD Pts Ecuador France Honduras Switzerland Group F M W D L GF GA GD Pts Argentina Bosnia and Herzegovina Iran Nigeria Group G M W D L GF GA GD Pts Germany Ghana Portugal United States Group H M W D L GF GA GD Pts Algeria Belgium Korea Republic Russia
  6. Agriculture Sciences Architectural Engineering Civil Engineering Economics Education Electrical Engineering Electronics Environmental Sciences / Engineering Geography History Islamic Studies Telecom Engineering 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
  7. Q1. What are the General Tests that NTS is offering? NTS is offering two types of General Tests, also called Gradudate Assessment Tests (GAT-General) & (GAT Subject) Q2. What are My Eligibility Criteria? If you are interested to apply for GAT-General or GAT-Subject you should have at least 16 Years of education (B.E (Engineering),BS Hons, Masters etc). Q3. From Where Can I Get the Information About the NTS Tests? You can get the information about NTS tests from any of the following sources: Advertisements through Print Media Advertisements through Electronic Media NTS and its Allied Institutions' Website Q4. From Where Can I Get the Application Forms? You can get free of charge Application Forms from NTS website i.e., NTSforums.com. However, ensure that you get these before the last date for registration. Q5. How Can I Register for NTS Test? Fill your application form according to the instructions given. Submit it by paying the online Test Fee in any branch of UBL, ABL, MCB or HBL. Q6. How Shall I Fill the Forms? A few things must be clear to you before you fill in the form. Any incomplete or ambiguous information in the form may cause delay in the registration process and you may not be able to take the test on time. The instructions to fill the form are as follows: If application form is in type-able form, fill application form and print it. Otherwise use black ink and BLOCK LETTERS to fill out the form. Download the appropriate test application form. Be careful with the spellings of your name. Write the correspondance/ mailing address correctly where you can be contacted in future. Test Fee is submitted in the form of Online Deposit Slip in any nearest UBL, ABL, MCB or HBL branch, NTS Copy (Original) must be attached with the Application Form. Also indicate your choice for the city, where you want to take the test out of the options available to you. Please ensure: Two passport size photographs are affixed at appropriate places on form. (Use gum instead of using staples) Original Bank Deposit Slip (NTS Copy) CNIC (Photo Copy) Q7. Where & how to Submit the Form? After you fill the form according to the instructions, send your form through any courier service or mail (Post office). Make sure to attach: Two copies of your recent photographs Clearly written candidate's name in the BLOCK LETTERS Clearly written candidates father's name in BLOCK LETTERS Clearly written National Identity Card (NIC) number Clearly written candidate's postal address in BLOCK LETTERS Clearly written phone number etc. If any essential requirement is missing in the Registration Form, it will be clearly marked as rejected. Q8. Does NTS Confirm My Registration? After submitting the Application Form you will get your Roll Number Slip (Call Letter) containg Roll No., Test Venue etc on your mailing address. This slip confirms your registration. You can also visit NTS website for confirmation. You must take that slip with you to the test center on the day of your test otherwise you are not allowed to sit in the Examination Hall. In case of any confusion or problems with the registration process you can Contact NTS Office. Q9. May I Register on the Day of Examination? The registration of candidates on the day of NTS Examination cannot be entertained. The candidate should get registered before the deadline, announced by NTS for the close of registration process. Q10. How Can I Get Help in Case of Any Problem During Registration Process? If you have any confusion about the registration process you can clarify by calling the NTS Office or Contact NTS Office. Q11. How Can I Get the Test Schedule? If you have any confusion about the Test Schedule you can get the details from the news media and also NTS website. Q12. How Can I Get My Identification Slip? Roll Number Slip confirms your registration. It serves as your Identification Slip and also informs you about the location of the center. Q13. How to Find the Place and Schedule of Test? The schedule, time, location, etc., is published through the news media and NTS website i.e. www.nts.org.pk from where you can get further help and other informations. Q14. How to Get Myself Identified at the Test Center? At the Test Center you are asked to show your Roll No. Slip that was sent to you after you submitted your form or your information from NTS website in print. The staff at the Test Center identifies you with the photograph attached on the slip or from your NIC, it is must. If you fail to show your Roll No. slip to the administration on the test day or if your photograph does not match your appearance, you may not be allowed to enter the Test Center. Q15. What Should I Take With Me to the Test Center? The candidate should take sharpened pencils, pen with eraser and clip-board. Besides this the candidate is also asked to show his/her Roll No. Slip. Q16. What are the Things that I Should Not Take With Me in the Test Center? Calculators, cell phones, books, booklets, any kind of paper or cheating material are strictly not allowed to be taken inside the test center. If you are found with any of these items with you during the test you are not allowed to take the examination and be considered disqualified. Q17. Where Shall I Sit? Enter the examination hall and look for the seat that has your roll number pasted on it. The seats are arranged in a sequential order of roll numbers. If you do not find your seat ask any of the invigilators at the center. Q18. What are the Rules and Regulations that are Applied to Me Inside the Test Center? The test is given on the day and at the time scheduled. You are asked to observe punctuality. You are assigned a seat by the invigilation staff. Testing aids are not permitted to be taken along to the Test Center. Items like calculators, pagers, cell phones, headphones, and any paper or writing material, dictionaries etc., are prohibited in the test center. You are not allowed to eat, drink, or use tobacco during the test. If you do not show the Roll No. Slip and your photograph does not match, you are not permitted to take the test. No discussion or communication with the fellow candidates is allowed during the test session. You are also not allowed to leave Test Center without the permission of the supervisor. Under no circumstances the test questions or any part of a test be removed, reproduced or disclosed verbally, electronically, or physically or by any other means to any person or entity. Test centers do not have large waiting areas. Friends or relatives who accompany you to the test center are not permitted to wait in the near vicinity of the test center or contact you while you are taking the test. If you need to leave your seat at any time during the test, raise your hand and ask the invigilator. Timing of the section does not stop. Repeated unscheduled breaks will be documented and reported to NTS. NTS reserves the right to videotape any or all of the testing sessions. Dress in such a way that you can adapt to any room temperature. You cannot communicate with anyone (other than the test center staff) while the test session is in progress or even during the breaks. You are not permitted to leave the test center vicinity during the test session or breaks. If at any time during the test you believe that you have a problem with your test, or need the Invigilation Staff for any reason, raise your hand to notify the Invigilation Staff. Q19. On What Basis Can I be disqualified from the Test? If you are found indulged in any of the following activities, he / she is disqualified from the test: Arriving late at the test center. Taking the test for someone else. Failing to provide the Roll No. Slip. Using any objectionable material during the test. Trying to create disturbance inside the test center. Showing ill behavior towards the invigilation staff. Trying to communicate with the fellow candidates while the test is in progress. Trying to tear pages from the question paper. Showing indiscipline i.e. eating, smoking etc. Leaving the test center without permission. Q20. How Shall I Take Test? Sit on your seat and wait for the time of the test. Make sure that you do not have any objectionable material. The invigilators give you the question book and answer sheets. Fill in the essential information in the blank columns of answer sheet. While attempting to answer questions read the choices in each question and mark the corresponding space on the answer sheet. Do keep the time aspect in mind. You would not be given extra time. Q21. How Shall I Mark the Answer Sheet? Write Your Name, Father¡¯s Name, Roll Number etc (if required) on the answer sheet. Read the directions carefully before you begin your test. The GRE General test is divided into three sections i.e. Verbal, Quantitative and Analytical Reasoning. The directions given at the beginning of every section informs you about the total number of questions and the recommended time. Each question has maximum five choices and minimum two. You are required to choose the correct choice for every question and fill the corresponding oval with a lead pencil on the answer sheet. The invigilator announces the procedure of marking the answer sheets. Listen carefully to the instructions. When you mark the answer sheets, make sure that the space is completely filled in. You can change the answer. Do it by erasing the earlier choice neatly. Use a lead pencil or Pens for marking the Answer Sheets. Do not mark more than one answer. If a question is found with no answer or it has more than one marked choice, it is not considered for marking. All questions carry equal marks. There is no negative marking for wrong answers. You can make a guess for answering difficult questions. Q22. What are the Other Test Taking Strategies? You are provided with a few blank pages in the test paper. You can use them for your rough work. Some formulas and helping tables are given at the end of the question paper. You can take help from those for solving the questions. Keep a very careful track of time. Do not panic while solving your paper. Give each section a specific time period and try to complete every section on time. If you have carefully read all the directions given in the test guide, do not waste your time by reading the directions on the answer sheet. They are exactly the same as in the guide. Do not leave any question unanswered. If you are confused or have no idea about a certain question, try making a guess for the right answer. Do not make any extra marks on the answer sheet. Computer might register these and consider them as another marked choice. Q23. In What Ways is NTS Subject Test Different from Other NTS Tests? The NTS Subject Tests are different from its other tests in many ways. Unlike the General NTS Tests, NTS-Subject Test focuses on only one specific discipline of study. The NTS-Subject Tests are prepared by professionals and experts from the respective field of their expertise. These professionals have themselves designed the curricula for a very measured assessment of students/candidates. Mostly, the Subject Tests are conducted online. Q24. What are my Eligibility Criteria for Subject Test? While there is no formal education prerequisite that holds the criteria for taking the test apart from holding 16 Years Bachelors or Masters Degree.
  8. Asalamualikum, Here is the (SBP) State Bank Of Pakistan Jobs Test Sample Paper 2014. Now you can download in PDF Format. Note: Only NTSForums members can download this file. If you are not a member then register your ID Download: Sample Paper State Bank of Pakistan 2014.pdf
  9. Accounting & Auditing Paper - I (2000) (1) Double entry book-keeping was fathered by: (a) F.W.Taylor (b) Henry Fayol © Lucas Pacioli. (2) Funds Flow Statement and sources and application statement are:’ (a) Synonymous (b) Antagonistic © None of these. (3) Depreciation in spirit is similar to: (a) Depletion (b) Amortization © Depression. 4) Balance Sheet is always prepared: (a) for the year ended. (b) As on a specified date. © None of these. (5) In Insurance, the following Profit and Loss Accounts are prepared: (a) Separate for Fire, Marine, and Accidents etc. (b) Consolidated for Fire, Marine, and Accidents etc. © None of these. (6) Partners in Pakistan can today be fixed at the following numbers: (a) 20 (b) 50 © 75. (7) Flexible budget is a budget with the following features: (a) Changes with volume of production. (b) Changes with variable expenses © Changes in Direct material. (8) Break Even can be calculated as under: (a) ______VC_______ FC- TR TC (b) FC I- VC TR © None of these. (9) Quick Ratio can be computed as under: (a) Quick . Assets/Quick Liabilities (b) Quick . Liabilities Current Assets © Current Assets/ Current Liabilities (10) In straight line method of depreciation, the written down value of a fixed asset will be at the end of the life of the asset as under: (a) Rupee one (b) Rupee zero © None of these. (11) Sales budget must be prepared: (a) Independently (b) Depending on production capacity © Based on Sales forecasts of market. (12) Consolidation of subsidiary accounts in the balance sheet of a unlisted Holding company is at present in Pakistan: (a) Compulsory (b) Voluntary © Required. (13) Retained earning is synonymous to: (a) Accumulated profit and loss account (b) Profit for the year © None of these. (14) The requirements of an audit report for a Banking Company in Pakistan is under: (a) Under the Banking Companies Ordinance, 1962. (b) Under the Companies Ordinance, 1984. © Under (a) and (b) above. (15) Deferred Taxation is: (a) Fixed asset (b) Fixed liabilities © Part of Owners Equity. (16) Investment Corporation of Pakistan follows: (a) Open-end mutual funds (b) Closed-end mutual funds © None of these. (17) Directors Report is ---- in respect of financial report constituent. (a) Mandatory for a limited Company (b) Voluntary for a limited Company © None of these. (18) Every limited Company in Pakistan is required by law to include the following along with financial reports: (a) Ratio Analysis (b) Chairman’s Review © None of these. (19) Cash budget excludes the following: (a) Non-Cash items (b) Cash items © Purchase on Credit items. (20) NGOs are legally required to: (a) Prepare accounts in a prescribed manner under the law. (b) Prepare accounts as desired by donors. © None of these. Accounting & Auditing Paper - II (2000) 1. Fixed Cost: a. Changes with production b. Never changes even if production capacity is doubled c. None of the above 2. Conversion cost is: a. Material Cost + Overhead Cost b. Direct Labour + Material Cost c. Labour Cost + Overhead Cost 3. Process Costing is relevant to: a. Cement industry b. Job Order cost oriented Projects c. None of the above 4. Operating Profit is: a. Profit after deducting financial costs b. Profit after deducting taxes c. Profit after deducting normal operating expenses including depreciation 5. A good Cost Accounting System is: a. If it computes estimated cost only b. If it cannot be reconciled with financial accounts c. If it enables management to increase productivity and rationalize cost structure 6. Verification includes: a. Checking Vouchers b. Examining audit report c. None of the above 7. Stratified audit sample means: a. Randomly selected items for audit b. Purposively selected items for audit c. Items carefully selected from each group 8. Internal Control is totally synonymous with: a. Internal check b. Internal audit c. None of above 9. Audit of a bank is generally conducted through: a. Routine checking b. Couching c. Balance sheet audit 10. An auditor is liable for his annual audit of accounts o: a. Creditors b. Bankers c. Owners 11. Income Tax is levied on: a. Agricultural Income b. Presumptive Income c. None of above 12. If a firm has paid super-tax, its partners may follow any one of the following behaviours: a. No need to pay income tax, even if the income exceeds the taxable limit. b. Pay income tax, even if the income does not exceed the taxable income. c. Pay income tax as required under the law. 13. A resident multinational company need not: a. Pay income tax, if it s caused under Double Taxation agreement. b. If it is not enjoying tax exemption under the Income Tax Ordinance, 1979 (Second Schedule). c. None of above 14. Income Tax rates are the same for: a. Limited Companies b. Banking Companies c. None of above 15. Super Tax on companies is: a. In vogue in Pakistan b. Not in vogue in Pakistan c. None of above 16. Current Ratio is calculated as: a. Fixed Assets/Current Liabilities b. Current Liabilities/Current Assets c. Current Assets/Current Liabilities 17. Short-term loan can be described as: a. If the period is three years b. If the period is less than one year c. If the period is over one year 18. A partnership, in today’s Pakistan, under the current law can have the following number of partners: a. 50 b. 20 c. 100 19. Combination can be best described as: a. Restructuring of Capital of a Company b. Reduction of Capital of a Company c. Amalgamation of two different types of businesses 20. Sources of funds can be increased by: a. Describing selling prices b. Increasing expenditure c. None of above
  10. Government of The Punjab, Punjab School Education Department (Recruitment Test for Educators 2016-2017) To Download Advertisement : Click Here To Download Application Forms : Click Here For Content Weightages : Click Here Last Date For Application Submission: Wednesday, 31st August 2016 Test Dates: Will be Announced Soon
  11. NTS User Guide (Patterns and Practice) Here we have a User Guide for NTS candidates. It will help you lot to study. So download now NTS User Guide (Patterns and Practice). Download NTS-User-Guide_NTSForums.com.pdf Note: Only Registered Members can download this file. Before download you need to register your id.
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  17. Post Name: Assistant Director Eligibility: 01. Age 21 to 35 02. Qualification: Bachelor's Degree (Preference will be given to those who possess Masters or higher degree in subjects of Economics, Political Science, IR, Defence and Strategic Studies, and Computer Science/ IT) ------------------------------------------ STEPS FOR QUALIFYING AD ISI TEST PROCESS: 1.WRITTEN EXMANINATION. PAPERS ARE CHECKED BY SENIOR ISI OFFICIALS. 2. INTELLIGENCE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST LIKE ISSB. 3. THOSE QUALIFY STEP 1 AND 2 ARE CALLED FOR INTERVIEW BY SELCTION BOARD CONSISTING OF 5 MEMBERS COMMITTEE HEADED BY GRADE-22 ISI Officer and FOUR MEMBERS OF GRADE 21- ISI OFFICIALS. 4. SECURITY CLEARANCE 5. MEDICAL =========== TODAY I AM EXPLAINING THE PRCOESS AND PATTERN OF WRITTEN EXAMANIATION. Written Examination. Two papers 1. Essay 2.Current affairs 1.Essay: 100 Marks Time 3 hrs You will be given about five essays. You will have to attempt any one. Your essay must be of at least 2500 to 3000 words. --Woman Related Issue --Democracy in Pakistan --Economic Development in Pakistan --Corruption and accountability in Pakistan --Energy Crisis --Global War against Terror and its Future --Conflict or Dialogue among Civilizations --Nuclear Proliferation Prepare these topics comprehensively. Other topics for essay will be from Current affairs. so prepare best for Current affairs paper. 2. Current Affairs 100 Marks You will have to opt 5 questions only. One question will be Compulsory and it will be of MCQs type. Now You will have to attempt 4 questions out of 9 remaining. All will be descriptive. One question will be of notes; u will have to attempt two notes if u are attempting that question. Note: Current Affairs paper will be like CSS IR+Current Affairs paper. So take help from previous years CSS IR papers. Now What you Read for Current Affairs papers MCQs Book for IR of Dogar's Publications. If you crammed this Book, I assure you that you r sure to get 20 marks out of 20. Topics: Read All National Issue: Baluchistan Disturbance, Waziristan and War On Terror, Charter of Democracy and Future of Pakistani politcs, Personalised politics in Pakistan, Future Military Role in Pakistani Democracy etc Energy and Water Crises Earthquake Reconstruction International and Regional Organisations and Alliances : UNO, OIC, GCC, EU, NATO, SCO, SAARC, et al ---UNSC Reforms ---Nuclear Proliferation ---WTO and Globalisation and its impact on SAARC countries ---India-USA Relations ---India-Pakistan Relations an Progress on Compsosite Dialogue ---Pakistan-China Relations and Cooperation in All Areas particulary Defense ---Pakistan-Iran and Regional Dynamics and IPI- Gas Pipleline ---Pakistan-Afghanistan Relations and Taliban Factor ---Iran-USA and Nuclear proliferation ---Pakistan-USA Strategic Dialogue and future ---Foreign Policy of USA, India, China. ---Global Warming ---Geo-political and geo-strategic importance of Pakistan ---Political Culture of Pakistan and Democratic Future of Pakistan =============== IN MY NEXT POSTING I SHALL TELL U ABT THE REMAINING PROCESS. REGARDS
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