FSC Pre Engineering
- Admissions open after declaration of matric result
- Admission months (July-August)
- Limited seats available in public sector colleges
Candidates with at least 70% marks in matric (science subjects) are eligible to apply
Complete list of Colleges in Pakistan offering Fsc Pre Engineering program is available here.
Fsc Pre Engineering Fee Structure
The students note that FSc Pre-Engineering tuition fee is varied from college to college and the fee in the private colleges is very high, when you compare the fee of the FSc with government colleges. The estimated fee of the FSc Pre-Engineering in public and private sector colleges of Pakistan is ranging from Rs.50,000/- to Rs.100,000/- in the private colleges and it is ranging from Rs.10,000/- to Rs.50,000/- in the government colleges.
The fee is added with admission fee, tuition fee, enrolment fee and the students can choose the option to pay the fee in the installments.
Fsc Pre Engineering Eligibility Criteria
The students can get information of their eligibility if they want to get admission in FSc Pre-Engineering in the government or private colleges, which is very high. It is mandatory for the students to pass their matric class annual exams in science subjects including Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Computer Science) at least 70% marks, so that they can come on the merit list of the higher standard of government or private college.
Fsc Pre Engineering Admission 2021
When the matric class results are announced, all public and private sector colleges start admission in FSc Engineering and the students, who have studied their matric class with science, they can apply for admission in HSSC Pre-engineering.
There are limited number of government colleges and they also have limited number of seats in Pre-Engineering group so that the students are advised to apply in time so that they can get admission in the best college of their city or locality.
The colleges announce their admission by advertising their admission notices in the leading newspapers. The colleges have also developed their website and they upload the admission notices on their sites or on the social media so students need to visit the site regularly.