Candidates from provinces other than Punjab can apply easily in Punjab Residency program (Central induction) against 6 % Quota seats for other provinces and foreign graduates, distributed as under:
- 2% seats are for foreign nationals
- 3-2% seats for AJK, GB, Baluchistan & FATA
- 2% seats for Sindh, KPK, and ICT (Islamabad capital territory)
Q: I have graduated from the medical college of Punjab, what will be my status?
A: If your domicile is other than Punjab, you will apply against Quota seats, irrespective of the Institute of graduation. However, you will five marks for graduation from Punjab medical college.
Q: I have done graduation from Public Institute of my province; will I get 5 marks for the public institute?
A: You will not get 5 marks for this. (As per Jan 2019 Induction). Similarly, you cannot prefer your institute as the preferred institute
Q: I have done house job from Public Institute of my province; will I get 2.5 marks for the public institute?
A: You will not get 2.5 marks for this. (As per Jan 2019 Induction)
Q: Will I get marks for the distinctions and published research papers?
A: Yes, the maximum of three distinctions are counted in CIP and 2 published research papers are counted. Read details about merit criteria in this article.
Q: When is the result of quota seats announced?
A: After the announcement of the result of Punjab candidates. It usually takes some time. A complete list of all quota seats including foreign and disabled candidates is published. But in the Jan. 2020 induction, they announced the result with Punjab Candidates.
To see the comparative statistics of all inductions: See CIP Dashboard: Link: https://www.upmed.net/cip-dashboard-for-comparative-statistics/
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