KMU conducts centralized test for admissions in allied health sciences

The Khyber Medical University Centralized Admission Test 2021 (KMU-CAT 2021) for admissions in various fields of allied health sciences was conducted by Educational Testing & Evaluation Agency (ETEA) in eleven centers of the province including Islamabad. In the said test a total of 23839 candidates participated including 17247 male and 6592 female students. The test results will be announced by ETEA within 48 hrs which can be viewed on KMU and ETEA websites.

According to details in the said test 9992 students appeared in three centers of Peshawar, 1363 in Abbottabad, 2214 in Malakand Chakdara, 4566 in Swat Mingora, 2586 in Mardan, 1666 in Kohat, 1063 in Dera Ismail Khan, and 389 in Islamabad.

Meanwhile, the vice-chancellor, KMU, Prof. Dr. Zia ul Haq said that conducting KMU-CAT for admissions in allied health sciences programs was a big challenge for all of us. We are grateful to all the concerned institutions and administrations for their cooperation and support.  

He said that the participation of more than 23,000 candidates in this test is not only a sign of confidence in KMU but it is also expected to further improve the merit and quality of allied health sciences. He said that various disciplines of allied health sciences are of fundamental importance in the health delivery system.

Prof. Zia remarked that conducting centralized admission tests for admissions in allied health sciences will provide the opportunity for talented students to come forward in these fields on the one hand and on the other hand, it will also improve the overall quality of the health delivery system in the province.