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IMS offers admission on the basis of applicants’ previous academic record, the aptitude test score and a personal interview for evaluation and suitability for studies in the required programme.

  • The admission package is available with the office of admissions for Rs. 700/-.
    Out-station based candidates may Apply Online here.
  • Complete the application form. Enclose the following with the form:
    • Three photographs of size 1” x 1”. From amongst these three photographs:
      • Affix one photograph on the IMS admit card.
      • Attach the remaining two photographs with the application form.
    • Photocopy of computerized national identity card or domicile.
    • Copies of academic records including mark sheets, degrees, certificates, diplomas, etc.
    • Provisional certificate from the head of the institution (if result is awaited).
    • Equivalence certificate from the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan in case of applicants with foreign qualifications.
    • Confidential reference forms, duly filled in by two referees.
    • Experience certificate (if applicable).
    • Submit the form on or before the deadline.

Admissions Start from June 14, 2021 Fall Classes Begin October, 2021

Following is the sample of aptitude test:

Aptitute Test

Aptitude test for admission in the Institute of Management Sciences works as a tool used to determine an individual’s skill or propensity to succeed in higher education. Aptitude test assumes that individuals have inherent strengths and weaknesses, and have a natural inclination toward success or failure in specific areas based on their innate characteristics which may further be used in his upcoming studies and career planning.



This section aims at assessing the Standard English usage capability of the candidate. The questions in this section may include fill in the blanks, identifying error(s) in a sentence on picking up sentences having the same meaning etc.


Refrigeration of meat the spread of bacteria.

  1. retards
  2. retarding
  3. to retard
  4. is retarded

The answer?    1   2   3   4  



This section will consist of a passage chosen a variety if topics. You will have to read the passage carefully and then answer the questions given at the end of the passage. Some of these answers may directly some from the passage others may have to be implied. However, each question will be followed by five possible answers. You will be required to choose the most appropriate one and mark the answer grid of your answer sheet.





Clarity of some fundamental mathematical principles is evaluated through this section. The question may include ratios, percentage, averages, profit and loss calculations fundamental algebraic expressions, and basic trigonometry.


If m is proportional to n, such that when n= 4, then m = 5 what is the value of m when n = 18

  1. 30.35
  2. 22.5
  3. 4.9
  4. 10.35

The answer?    1   2    3   4



This section will have a number of sentences containing error(s) in grammar, usage diction (choice of words), or idioms. Some sentences will be correct. The error in the sentences. If there is one, will be underlined and lettered. You will be required to identify the error and mark the answer gird. If there is no error you will be required to mark the answer gird E.


The pattern and structure of the aptitude of the test is based upon GMAT. The student may find the standard preparation guide for GMAT also useful for this test.

Academic Calendar

Following is the Academic Calendar for Spring-2021. Click below to download Calendar.