Test Date: 10 February 2019
Kech Mekran is a velley with glorious past and prosperous future. Its history goes back in the times of Cyrus and Alexander the great. Uranian Silicates and Saranians have all been here. Arabs came here during the reign of Hazrat Umar the second caliph of islam. With the arrival of Muhammad Bin Qasim in Sindh, this region became part of Sindh. It was Punnu, the Prince of Kech and Sassi made the folk-tale of love and sacrifice. People of this area are known for their regard for learning, peotry and folk-art.
Turbat is one of the most populous town of Balochistan after the provincial capital Quetta, is by road two hours away from Iranian border and three hours from Gwadar and the Arabian sea. It is almost one thousand kilometers from Quetta and six hundred and fifty kilometers from Karachi.
Placed at an elevation of 400 ft above sea level, its climate is extremely hot and dry in summer but very pleasant in winter. Spread over an area of 26,253 sq. km. the population of district Kech was about four lac in 1981. Over one lac people live in Turbat town who are enlightened, progressive and peotic. The area distinguishes itself from the rest of the province for its absence of tribal system. Keeping in view is strategic importance, it is hoped that this belt will make a lot of progress in near future.
Admission policy has been approved by Board of Governors.
Admissions are offered in 7th class. Date of submission of admission forms and schedule of entry tests are advertised in national and provincial newspapers. written test, viva voce and midical examination are compulsory for admission. Admission form can be obtained from authorized branches of ABL on payment of Rs.1000/- in favor of the Principal Balochistan Residential College Turbat. Schedule of Entry test and Viva voce will be widely advertised and published.
Entry Test will be based on 6th class syllabus of Balochistan Text Book Board Quetta.
Age limit for admission in class 7th i 11-13 years.
In case of vacant seats admission is offered on self-finance scheme in class 7th and 11th. Separate advertisement will be given in national and provincial newspapers for admissions.
Procedure for Admission against the Vacant Seats in XI on Self-Finance Basis.
The following policy shall be followed for admission against the vacant seats.
A. Admission shall be allowed on merit basis to all the candidates irrespective of their place of Local/Domicile.
B. Only the students of English medium schools and colleges securing 50% or above marks in the previous examination shall be eligible to apply.
C. Maximum age limit is 17 years for admission in class XI.
D. Students expelled from any institution on the basis of mis-conduct or misbehaviour shall not be eligible for admission.
E. Those having more than one year gap after passing matriculation examination shall bot be eligible to apply for admission in class XI.
F. Merit lists for admission in class XI is prepared on the basis of Viva voce and written test.
Allocation of Seats
1. Provincial Merit 04
2. Divisional Merit 06
3. District Wise Quota 54
4. Employee Quota 06
5. Minorities 02
6. Self Finance 08