a. Any student whose degree is not duly verified by the granting institution or credentials are found to be false or forged shall have the admission terminated with immediate effect. A student who is found to have forged their Higher Secondary School Certificate or or equivalent examination certificate/ degree or presented a false document shall be barred from applying to any medical or dental college in Pakistan in the future.

b. Provided further a student whose admission is terminated on account of having submitted a forged or false document at the time of seeking admission shall have any fee paid to the college forfeited and deposited by the college with the Commission, and which shall be used by the Commission for granting scholarships to deserving students on need basis.

c. If a parent/ guardian of a candidate offers donation / kick-back /bribery / gifts or unauthorized payments directly or indirectly to college authorities at any level for favor in admission, the parents/ guardians will be liable to penalty under the ordinance / law and the candidate will not be considered for admission in that session.

d. Admission Regulation of PMC 2020 (para-8):

If a seat is vacant in a college after the close of admissions, a student having been admitted to any other college may apply to such college fortransferwithin thirty (30) days of close of admissions. The transfer shall be approved by the accepting college strictly on higher merit if there is more than one applicant for a vacant seat immediately at the close of the thirty (30) day transfer period. The college from whom the student transfers shall be required to reimburse the student the fee deposited by the student, other than the non-refundable admission fee, within fourteen (14) days
of transfer and after deducting pro rata the fee for the number of days the student remained at the college. The reimbursable fee shall be transferred by the college of the student to the accepting college directly. A transferred
student shall not be refused a transfer or restrained from attending classes by the accepting college in the event of a delay in transfer of fees by the relieving college. Any dispute as to transfer of fees by one college to another
may be referred by such college or colleges to the Council without affecting the studies of the student.

3. The academic activities start within one week, orientation classes which are mandatory and part of MBBS course.

4. In the event that a student drops out or is removed after being admitted within sixty (60) days of close of admissions, and there are during the transfer period no applicants for transfer pursuant to Regulation 2d, the college shall be permitted to admit a student on the vacant seat subject to fulfilment of merit as per the merit list issued by the Commission. No college shall be permitted to fill a seat falling vacant after the close of sixty (60) days period.

5. All the candidates desirous for admission in MBBS course in QIMS shall submit following documents
to NUMS (admitting university):-

a. SSC or Matriculation/ equivalent certificate.
b. HSSC or F.Sc (premedical)/ equivalent certificate.
c. Admission test (entry test) result.
d. CNIC/BForm
e. 2 passport size photographs
f. Original paid Challan
g. Local/ Domicile