Admissions are granted in 8th class purely on merit basis on the cumulative results of written examination, an interview and a medical fitness test conducted by the college. Passing physical fitness and medical test is mandatory. A candidate should be between 12 and 14 years of age on 1st April of the year of admission.
Parts of speech to include nouns, pronouns, adjectives, forms of verbs, adverbs, preposition, conjunction, articles and punctuation.
Correct / rearrange / complete sentences.
Meaning of words / idioms and their use in sentences.
Change sentence in to interrogative and negative forms.
Antonyms / synonyms, singular and plural
Essay writing / paragraph writing, letter / application or building a story from a given outline.
Translation from Urdu into English and vice versa.
Change of voice and narration.
Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry questions from the following syllabus:-
Set theory, union and intersection of sets, De Morgan’s law.
Fractions, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of common, compound and decimal fractions.
Square root, square root of decimal and common fractions, approximate square roots and word problems.
Ratio and proportion, direct and inverse proportion, problems on inheritance and partnership.
Percentage, partnership, commission, profit and loss.
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of algebraic expressions in ascending and descending orders.
Equations, solution, of equations in one variable.
Area of square, rectangle and circle.
Practical geometry, construction of triangle, rectangle, square, parallelogram, pentagon, hexagon, octagon and pie graph.
IQ test questions.
c. General Science. 7th class text book.
d. URDU / Islamiyat 7th class text book.
Pattern of Papers:
Pattern of papers shall be kept flexible. However, following guidelines are given for preparation:-
Objective part – 30 – 50 marks
Subjective part – 50 – 70 marks