HEC to continue conducting LAT test

Staff Reporter

The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is conducting Law Admission Test (LAT) for applicants desirous to get admission in five-year undergraduate LLB Degree Programme, which will be continued till July 25.

The test was being conducted in HEC/PBC-recognised public and private sector universities/institutions and valid colleges affiliated with public sector universities, official sources told APP on Sunday.

The sources said that the test was being conducted in compliance with directions of the Supreme Court.

The students who have passed the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) or equivalent/Grade 12 education and those who have appeared in the final examination of HSSC or equivalent/Grade 12 education and awaiting results can apply for the test.
They said, the test would be conducted in the major cities.

The applicants may select any test/examination centre from the roll down list available in the application form.

The HEC asked the students that Examination Centre would not be changed after registration.

The HEC urged the students to visit the following link: http://etc.hec.gov.pk for online registration. In case of any difficulty during the online registration, they may visit onlinehelp.hec.gov.pk or visit HEC regional offices for guidance.

Application submission comprises of two steps; profile completion using “My Profile” section and application submission using “Law Admission Test” links on the menu panel on the left hand side bar of online portal, they informed.

According to HEC, the test will be held on August 8, 2021 tentatively. Any change in test date will be communicated through www.hec.gov.pk and http://etc.hec.gov.pk Applicants, who have registered will be able to download their Roll Number Slip from http://etc.hec.gov.pk once intimated via email sent to them.

“Email/SMS will also be sent to registered applicants for test date, time and venue. While filling online application forms, candidates are required to provide valid email/mobile number on which they wish to receive official messages”.

The original CNIC and a printout of Roll Number Slip will be required to enter the test centre on the test date.

(Failure to present these two forms of IDs shall result in entry refusal). It is worth to mention here that LAT Test and applications in save or incomplete mode will not be entertained.

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