Criteria for Continuing Fee Waiver through Merit / Non-Merit for Fall 2022 Onward Batches
RULES GOVERNING SCHOLARSHIPS and FINANCIAL AID
1.1 All kinds of discounts, waivers, scholarships, and financial aid are applicable to the tuition fees only.
1.2 Admission and Library fees are not refundable in any case.
1.3 Minimum CGPA requirement criteria to continue Fee Waiver granted through merit scholarships is in the Table below:
All BS Level Programs
(except DPT, Pharm-D, LLB, B-Arch Programs)
Note:Minimum CGPA requirement criteria to continue Fee Waiver granted through Non-merit scholarships for BS programs is 3.00
1.4 Minimum CGPA requirement criteria to continue Fee Waiver granted through merit/non-merit scholarships is in the Table below:
Minimum CGPA 3.00 Required
Minimum CGPA 3.25 Required
Note:For Financial Assistance (Qarz-e-Hasna), the minimum requirement for new admissions is 60% marks in matriculation and 60% in intermediate. For enrolled participants, a minimum of 2.50 CGPA is required to continue the financial assistance in any particular degree program. For Fall 2022 admissions and onwards, a minimum of 2.75 CGPA is required to continue the financial assistance in any particular degree program.
1.5 Continuation of Outstanding Sportsmen & Extracurricular Scholarships in subsequent semesters is subject to maintenance of minimum graduating CGPA requirement in respective degree program.
1.6 CGPA maintenance criteria for continuation of scholarships and financial aid are applicable from 1st Semester onwards. SGPA in 1st semester is considered as CGPA and maintenance criteria as mentioned in above table will be applied accordingly.
1.7 All kinds of discounts, waivers, scholarships and financial aid shall be permanently withdrawn on the basis of fee default of two consecutive quarters.
1.8 It is mandatory for every scholarship or need-based financial assistance holder to finish their enrolled program in the prescribed duration of the program. No extension of award will be provided beyond the standard duration of the course/degree.
1.9 If a participant getting scholarship or need based financial assistance discontinues his/her studies for more than consecutive two semesters and would like to resume his/her studies later, he or she shall be treated as a new applicant for admission. All fee, awards, rights and privileges shall be considered Accordingly subject to fulfillment of applicable criteria and meeting policy requirements.
1.10 If a participant getting financial assistance leaves the program/University, the participant is required to pay the full amount of scholarship or waiver, at the time of clearance before issuance of progress report and NOC.
2.0 In case of a disciplinary breach, involvement in political, unethical, activities and/or against the interest(s) of the University or its authorities shall result in withdrawal of all financial awards, discounts, and privileges whatsoever.
2.1 If a participant getting scholarship or financial assistance repeats a course, the participant shall be charged with the full fee of the course credit hour wise.
2.2 All UMT Alumni seeking further higher education at UMT will pay Rs5000 as Admission and Rs5000 as Library Fee irrespective of the gran t of scholarship or financial assistance.
2.3 A participant may only avail one type of scholarship or financial assistance. No two financial awards or scholars hips will be awarded simultaneously. If a participant is eligible for more than one award, he or she may choose one award only.
2.4 Information regarding Remote Area Scholarship, application requirements and selection criteria are available from the office of "Participants from Remote Areas Advisor" (PRAs Advisor)
2.5 Remote Area Scholarship will not applicable on DPT, LLB, Pharm-D and B-Arch Programs
2.6 Doctoral dissertation fee shall be charged. For details, please contact the Office of the Registrar.