Sindh University Jamshoro Pre Entry Test Phase-2

Sindh University Jamshoro Pre Entry Test Phase-2: Over 12,000 candidates appear in pre-entry test for admissions to about 70 disciplines of bachelor degree at Sindh University, its campuses in second phase. In a remarkable demonstration of academic ambition, the pre-entry test was conducted in the second phase for the admissions to bachelor degree program for the academic year 2024 at the University of Sindh Jamshoro and its campuses in Dadu, Larkano, Naushero Feroz, Badin, Thatta, and Mirpurkhas. An impressive total of 12,096 candidates including a significant contingent of 3,751 female students enthusiastically participated in the test to try their luck for admissions. The test welcomed 10,049 candidates encompassing 3,186 females and 6,863 males at the Allama I.I. Kazi campus, popularly known as the main campus in Jamshoro during the second phase. Candidates hailing from eight districts within the province including Jamshoro, Hyderabad, Mirpurkhas, Badin, Tando Muhammad Khan, Tando Allahyar, Matiari and Umerkot, as well as from other provinces of the country, flocked to test their mettle across approximately 70 distinct academic disciplines. All these academic aspirations converged at the Allama I.I. Kazi Campus. It is pertinent to mention that candidates who were unable to partake in the first phase entrance test due to various reasons were given the opportunity to showcase their potential in the second phase. To oversee and ensure the smooth conduct of this rigorous examination, Vice-Chancellor Professor (Meritorious) Dr. Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro personally graced the campus with his presence. He meticulously traversed various examination halls, inspected the arrangements and expressed his utter satisfaction with the measures put in place by the committees responsible for the smooth conduct of the test. While talking to the media, the Vice-Chancellor Professor (Meritorious) Dr. Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro underscored the transparent and flawless completion of the second phase of the entrance test attributing its success to the collaborative efforts of his entire team. He highlighted that more than 10,000 candidates participated in the second phase, a substantial increase from the initial phase\'s 9,000 aspirants. To ensure an equitable testing environment, the university established separate examination blocks for male and female candidates with distinct entry routes thereby avoiding any untoward situations for female participants. The University of Sindh left no stone unturned in terms of security and logistics for smooth conduct of the second and last phase of the test. A comprehensive security arrangement was put in place involving the university\'s security personnel in conjunction with police contingents. In case of medical emergencies, a fleet of ambulances stood ready to provide immediate assistance.