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List of Upgraded Candidates on Open Merit Seats for Sargodha Medical College, Sargodha for the session 2013-2014 (2nd December 2013)
Sr Roll No No Total Marks in Matric FSC Marks + Obtained Hafiz-eMarks in Quran Matric Marks (if any) 908 995 Entry Test Marks Aggregate Upgraded Date of Birth % From


Father Name


1 0006650








3 1103317 4 0307433 5 0600954 MUHAMMAD AWAIS SRFRAZ KHURUM SHER SARGODHA D.G. KHAN 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 1050 905 942 968 966 952 926 998 904 953 992 930 936 939 970 993 946 909 959 957 960 920 86.6281 86.6260 86.6100 86.6091 86.6030 86.6009 86.5957 09/06/1993 15/05/1993 08/12/1994 04/02/1996 22/12/1997 01/06/1995 16/08/1995 NAWAZ SZMC UMAMA KHALID KHALID MEHMOOD RAWALPINDI FAISALABAD FAISALABAD FAISALABAD NAWAZ 6 0401993 HAFIZA SADIA SULTAN 7 0405571 8 0405608 9 1000102 SULTAN MEHMOOD MUZAFFAR SULTAN AHMAD ALVI SAHIWAL SIALKOT MUHAMMAD HISHAM SULTAN ADIL ALI JAVAIRIA SALEEM MUHAMMAD JAVED SAHIWAL NAWAZ MUHAMMAD SALEEM RAWALPINDI Page 1 of 2

2 0806925








Sr Roll No No


Father Name


Total Marks in Matric

FSC Marks + Obtained Hafiz-eMarks in Quran Matric Marks (if any) 949 969 810 957 971 922 953 984 929 980 975 973 1003 937 956 994

Entry Test Marks

Aggregate Upgraded Date of Birth % From

10 1100416 11 1101072




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