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.

a. English
  • 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.
  • Correct spellings.
  • Change sentence in to interrogative and negative forms.
  • Antonyms / synonyms, singular and plural
  • Gender.
  • 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.
  • Comprehension skills.
  • b. Mathematics. 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