The Dow University of Health Sciences has announced the first preference merit list for admission to private medical colleges in Sindh. So, for all the students who took the MDCAT for private medical colleges and set their preferences among the 13 private medical colleges in the Sindh province of Pakistan, you should check out your name on the list. Once you do that, you can proceed with further admission procedures with the relevant medical college. In this article, we will tell you how to download this merit list, and what further steps you can take. Are you ready? If you are, let’s begin.
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Download the first preference merit list
So what is this preference list? When you have taken the MDCAT, you are asked to give DUHS a preference list. According to your preferences, Dow will enlist you in your medical college according to your percentage. For example, if you have preferred Isra University, Hyderabad over Liaquat College of Medicine & Dentistry, Karachi, Dow will enlist you in Isra, even if your percentage can get you into the other medical college.
Here are the 13 private medical colleges.
- Al Tibri Medical College & Hospital, Karachi
- Baqai Medical University, Karachi
- Hamdard University, Madinat al-Hikmah, Karachi
- Indus Medical College, Tando Muhammad Khan
- Isra University, Hyderabad
- Jinnah Medical & Dental College, Karachi
- Liaquat College of Medicine & Dentistry, Karachi
- Liaquat National Hospital & Medical College, Stadium Road, Karachi
- Muhammad Medical and Dental College, Mirpurkhas
- Sir Syed College of Medical Sciences for Girls, Karachi
- Suleman Roshan Medical College, Tando Adam
- United Medical & Dental College, Karachi
- Ziauddin Medical College, Ziauddin University, Karachi
You can download the preference merit list from the DUHS official website.
If you are still confused about what to do, continue reading the next and final paragraph.
What to do next? – The final steps
Now that you have seen your name in your preferred medical college, you should contact the relevant college for further procedures. The college authorities will tell you about everything including the fee structure. Keep in mind, that the relevant medical college is the responsible authority for verifying your documents and MDCAT results. DUHS is not involved in the verification process. Hence, if your college makes any mistake, DUHS is not responsible. You will be dealing with that college after that.