Is Ned a good university?

Is Ned a good university?

NED University has secured a place in the top 200 universities of the world in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings 2019.

What percentage is required for Ned?

b) i) Each applicant should have obtained at least 60% marks in aggregate. ii) Candidates having obtained at least 55% marks in aggregate are eligible to apply for admission in all BS programmes except in BS(CS).

What is the rank of Ned in Pakistan?

Specifically, NED University has been placed at 140th rank in the employer reputation category. The University is offering a total of ninety-three (93) programmes through six faculties (06) and twenty-six (26) departments.

What is the rank of NED university in the world?

NED University of Engineering and Technology

country rank 25
world rank 5184

Is Ned test computer based?

Pre Admission Entry test result will be announced after the last session of the computer- based test and available on NEDUET website.

How can I get admission in Ned?

Attainment of 60% marks in HSC (Pre-Engineering) or equivalent qualification. Qualifying Entry Test with 50% marks or 50% marks in Education Testing Council (ETC) or have score at least 800 in SAT-I and secured at least 1500 in SAT-II with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

How do I prepare for an entry test?


  1. Set a realistic study schedule and begin studying early.
  2. Identify what concepts are most important.
  3. Try to identify the content of the questions you will be asked.
  4. Do not simply memorize facts.
  5. Actively summarize.
  6. Study with other well-prepared students.

What is the semester fees of NED University?

BS / Undergraduate Degree programs by NEDUET, Karachi Fee Structure 2022 and Last Merit

Degree – Program Duration Fee/Year
BS – Economics & Finance Admission 4 Years 59420
BE – Electrical Admission 4 Years 37020
BE – Electronics Admission 4 Years 37020
BS – English Linguistics Admission 4 Years 59420

Is Ned government or private?

The college remained affiliated to the University of Bombay from its inception in 1922 to 1947, after which it was taken over by the Government of Sindh; renamed as NED Government Engineering College and affiliated to the University of Sindh.