ADMISSION RULES & REGULATIONS

A Federal Chartered University offering modern teaching and research facilities, including well-equipped classrooms, Computer Labs, and a vast collection of library material, with online access to books and journals.

  • General Rules

  • Attendence Policy​

  • Admission Transfer

  • International Students

  • Degree Programs

  • Registration Rules

  • Enrollment Rules

  • Why Choose AKII

Important Notifications

2nd International Sīrah Conference 2023

August 28, 2023

FOR UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE PROGRAMS

The Al-Karam International Institute admits students whose educational background is sound and who can achieve success in higher education. AKII will invite all applicants qualified to achieve AKII’s educational goals regardless of their gender, race, creed or caste

GENERAL ADMISSION RULES

a. Admissions will be opened twice a year under the semester system, or as stated otherwise for specific programs. Applications received for admission in various programs are reviewed by the concerned departments. The applicants are required to appear in admission test and interview. The final merit is determined on the basis of past academic performance, score obtained in the admission test and performance in the interview.


b. At the time of granting new admissions, the AKII will invite applications through major national dailies, social media platforms and its website. The candidates must complete all application requirements before being considered for admission. Admission/ enrolment in any program will be limited to the number of students who can be accommodated.

c. Applicants, who have appeared in various examination i.e. 12 years of education level (intermediate (FA/F.Sc/ICS/I.Com/DAE/A- Level), 14 years of education degree level (BA/B.Sc), 16 years of education degree level (MA/M.Sc), 18 years of education degree level (MS/M.Phil) or pre-requisite level examination prescribed for admission in a program and are awaiting results, will be allowed to apply for provisional admission, but they will be given admission only after submission of the attested copies of their certificates / degrees within the prescribed time notified by the university. In case of foreign qualification, applicant should provide equivalent documents issued by the IBCC or HEC. At the time of submission of admission forms, applicants will be also be required to submit an undertaking that they understand the rules/policy of the admissions and that if they fail to submit the required documents within the prescribed time, they will not be given admission.

d. Applicants for admission must meet the relevant academic qualifications needed for the program Being applied for. These qualifications shall be determined by the Academic Council and shall be notified from time to time. Admissions shall be granted purely on the basis of merit achieved in the entrance test (or the tests conducted by the testing services if so provisioned), academic record and interview. The applicants shall be required to:

i. Buy prospectus by cash from the University Campus Admission Office’; 

and

ii. Apply online, before the notified closing date; 

and

iii. Appear in the admission test and interview on the date notified by AKII, or produce results of the tests conducted by the specified testing service if so provisioned.

e. Applications for admission shall be entertained only on a prescribed form, which is part of Online Admission Portal. The Candidates applying for admission at the AKII are required to submit a complete application in all respects.

f. Admission shall be granted on the basis of eligibility criteria mentioned for each program and after passing the admission test and interview arranged by the admission committee of the department.

g. The test pattern is of the same standard as of scholastic aptitude test (SAT) for undergraduate studies and graduate record examination (GRE/GMAT) for graduate studies.

h. For eligibility criteria reference may be made to each relevant program / degree.

i. Each successful applicant will be issued “Admission Letter and Fee Voucher” by the concerned department.

j. Students who have completed all the formalities and deposited their fees and other dues on the prescribed date are eligible for registration. Each student, admitted on merit, is expected to take full load of courses prescribed for the semester.

1) PROVISIONAL ADMISSION

Applicants who make to the merit list but are waiting

for the result of the qualifying examination may be granted provisional admission. If so admitted, they shall submit their mark sheets, showing all subjects of the qualifying examination passed and the required aggregate marks achieved, within 01 week after the result declaration. 

If the student fails in any subject, does not achieve the required aggregate marks, or does not submit the marks sheet within 02 weeks of the semester start shall be disqualified from the program and cancellation of admission refund as per HEC Policy.

2) NEW ADMISSION TRANSFER

• Admission office will receive application and will forward the same to the Head of Department / Dean of the Faculty and forward to Vice Chancellor’s office for further processing and notification.

• If fee status is cleared and provisional registration number already been issued, then previous registration number will be marked cancelled on student profile in the system and new registration number will be issued on the same applicant number after selection.

3) NEW ADMISSION CANCELLED / FAILURE TO MEET ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

• Student should provide complete documents / equivalence (IBCC/HEC) before Mid-Term exams to secure admission. In case admission is cancelled the student will not be allowed to attend classes and will not be eligible for any semester exam of the University.

• A student can not apply for fee transfer to next session in case of ineligibility. However, applying for refund in case of ineligibility will be considered after declaration of result within the time limit prescribed by HEC and notified by the AKII.

• This policy is not applicable to MBBS/BDS students.

4) DEFERMENT AND CANCELLATION OF ADMISSIONS

Candidates selected for admission may defer their admission for one semester for all degree programs Commencement of the semester. Fee deposited shall Be readjusted for the subsequent semesters as per the AKII fee policy.

INELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
A student will be ineligible for admission in the following cases:

a. A student who does not meet the basic eligibility for the applied program is ineligible for admission.

b. The students who are expelled on disciplinary grounds will not be permitted to rejoin the University.

c. Students admitted provisionally but failed in any subject will be ineligible for the admission.

Note: No fee refund for ineligible student.

5) CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION DUE TO ABSENCE, NON-PAYMENT OF DUES / FEE

Admission of a student will be cancelled in the following cases:

1. If a student without any information, freezing the semester, getting registered or payment of fee for the new semester.

2. If newly admitted student (1st semester) does not pay fee or any dues within the due date notified by the University.

REGISTRATION & ENROLLMENT RULES

• After completing admission formalities and having paid the semester dues the applicants will be registered as bonfire students of AKII.

• At the time of registration the applicants will be required to produce their original certificates, which will be returned to the student after making entries in his/her file and verification.

• The applicants will be allocated the University Registration Number and will be issued the University Registration Card by the Registrar Office. This will allow the students to get enrolled in different courses offered by the concerned departments.

• In each semester, the students should enroll in the courses as per “degree / program road Map” issued by the concerned department and shall not enroll in advance courses unless they have passed the prerequisite course.

• Registration will be issued to the Quota based admission category after the approval from The admission committee or any other penal notified by the registrar or by the competent authority.

ATTENDANCE POLICY

The following attendance criteria will be applied:

• The minimum requirement for a student to complete the semester is 75% attendance in each course. The department will determine the exceptions to this rule if any.

• Students with poor attendance record will be issued a written warning at any time during a semester. The department reserves the right to inform the student’s parents or guardian through a letter of the possible consequences including withdrawal from the course or admission cancellation.

• In case a student joins a course after it has started, he/she will be responsible to make up the deficiencies for any quizzes, assignments and attendance requirements.

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