Punjab University MA, MSc, BS admissions
PU declares MA/MSc admission schedule
Lahore, Aug 24: The Punjab University has announced admission schedule of MA,
MSc, two years programme in affiliated colleges alongside admissions for
two years MA, MSc, replica, afternoon and self-supporting evening as
well as BS 4 years programme.
The last date for submission of forms is September 3 for MA, MSc, and September 14 for BS programme.
to details, the admission in affiliated postgraduate colleges has begun
and the applications forms will be received up to August 31 followed by
entry tests/interviews. Admissions would be completed by September 14
without any late fee. The classes will start from September 15. The
admission in affiliated colleges with late fee of Rs300 can be taken
from September 16 to September 27, with late fee of Rs400 from September
28 to October 7 and with late fee of Rs500 up to October 22 subject to
the approval by the Vice Chancellor.
Meanwhile the colleges are
devising their own entry tests and admission criteria. As the government
is taking no lenient view on the poor result of BA, BSc, and MA, MSc,
in government colleges, the admissions will be made purely on merit for
which a criterion is being evolved. The Principals are holding meetings
for student intake in various disciplines of MA, MSc, on merit.
MAO College, the entry test for MA Psychology will be held on September
1, Economics, Mathematics on September 2, English and Urdu September 3
and Mass Communication on September 4.
The 50 per cent marks in the
relevant subject in BA, BSc, entry test 25, interview 10 and five marks
for 1st division, three for second and 2 for third division in BA, BSc,
Inter, Matric will be counted in the formulation of merit. Almost the
same formula will be followed by the government postgraduate colleges.
The Principal Prof Syed Irfan Hussain Zaidi has announced a special fee
remission for talented but poor students saying no student should
discard studies because of financial constraints. He urged the teachers
and staff to identify such students.
Meanwhile, the admission in FA,
FSc, in govt colleges is briskly continuing. The second merit list will
be displayed on August 25 and the third list on Sept 1. The Intermediate
classes will start after Eidul Fitr when the colleges will re-open
after summer vacations.
The intermediate result of the Board of
Intermediate & Secondary Education will be announced on September 4
following which the admission for BA, BSc, two years programme will
begin, to be completed before September 30. The nation
"I passed my B.A Exams with the subjects (computer,economics). can I continue my study in Msc.Computer as a private candidate and when start admission please inform me. thanks"
Name: Sana Ullah
City, Country: Rawalpindi, Pakistan
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Private schools defy govt order
Lahore: Some private schools continued defying the government's order and kept their campuses open on Monday.
The education department had only allowed private schools to hold the
classes of V, VIII, IX, and X for preparation of their examinations.
Since the government's check is not effective, some private schools
remained opened in different parts of the city. Parents were in a fix
whether to send their children to school or not.
(education) Dr Muhammad Arshad said that the department had ensured
that no private school held classes from Class I to 1V, VI and VII.
"Our teams are inspecting the schools on complaints," he said.
According to the order, both public and private schools will open on Sept 15.
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Private school owners move LHC
Rawalpindi: The owners of private schools here on Monday
protested against the Punjab government's orders about extended summer
vacations and said they had challenged the order in the Lahore High
The school owners under the umbrella of All
Pakistan Private Schools Management Association along with their
students carried out a protest rally against the directives of Punjab
secretary schools and termed the extension useless.
association in a press release said that the schools had been close for
the last 100 days and the education of the students was suffering due to
prolonged closure of the educational institution.
to the protesters, different representatives of the association said
prolonged closure of the schools was one of the main reasons for the
deteriorating quality of education in Punjab as it always had bad impact
on the school going children.
The private school heads said their petition in the Lahore High Court against the closure would be heard on August 26. Dawn
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