AIOU admissions | KMU online registration
AIOU's admissions for autumn semester continue
Islamabad, July 30: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) is offering admissions for the Semester
Autumn, 2012 from Matric to MA/MSc level programmes in different
The admission forms and prospectuses for all
programmes being offered in Semester Autumn 2012 are available from the
sale points at main and regional campuses and coordinating offices of
the university within the country.
The admission forms and
prospectus for SSC, HSSC and BA level programmes for Pakistanis in the
Middle East can be downloaded from the university website
Admission forms along with prescribed fee
can be deposited in all branches of Habib Bank Ltd, First Women Bank,
Bank Alfalah and Allied Bank as well as in the nominated branches of
National Bank of Pakistan and Muslim Commercial Bank.
of the nominated branches are available in the prospectuses and can be
obtained from the Regional Campuses of the University.
MSc programme is being offered in Economics, Pakistan Studies, Gender and Women Studies and MCom (Accounting and Finance).
with specialisations in HRM, Marketing Management, IT Management and
Banking and Finance are being offered while the international 90-credit
programme COL MBA/MPA is being offered in collaboration with
Commonwealth of Learning, Canada.
MA in Arabic, Islamic
Studies and Urdu while Post Graduate Diploma (Gender and Women Studies)
are also included. In Bachelor's programmes, BS (Computer Science),
Bachelor of Mass Communication, Bachelor of Arts in Library and
Information Science, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Arts and
Associate degree in Commerce (Accounting and Finance) and (Banking and
Finance) are being offered.
In Teacher Training Programme,
the admissions in B.Ed programme is also being offered. The admissions
of FA, I.Com, FSc (Pre-Engineering), F.Sc (Pre-Medical), SSC (Matric),
Dars-e-Nizami in BA (Shahadat-ul-Alia), Secondary (Sanvia Aama), Higher
Secondary (Sanvia Khasa), six months duration of Certificate Courses,
Agricultural Certificate Courses, Open Tech Courses and Short Terms
Educational Programmes have also been included.
admission forms are being sent to all the continuing students by post at
their given addresses. However, the student who will not receive the
admission form till August 5, he/she can download the same from the AIOU
website, or obtain from the nearest regional/coordination office of the
university and deposit in any designated bank branch with fee till due
date August 24.
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Asif Public School System student sets record
Rawalpindi: Wajeeha Khan, student of Asif Public School has set the record of securing
highest numbers ever in the history of Secondary School Certificate
examinations held under the Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education, Rawalpindi, says a press release. She got 1022 marks in the
annual examinations 2012.
Izaa Azam, another student of the school also got 1016 marks and stood second in the board.
Asif Public School System Chairman Asif Irshad Satti has lauded the achievement of the students.
merits mentioning here that Izaa Azam, who is an orphan, has been
studying in the school since class I and her education expenses till her
matriculation have been endured by the school management.
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Applicants praise KMU's online registration system for entrance test
Pesahwar: Introduced for the first time in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the online
registration of students appearing in the recent entrance test for
admission in the public and private sector medical and dental colleges
attracted 18,101 applicants, including 8,376 females.
the online registered applicants, 13,461 appeared in the entrance test
at the Peshawar centre and 4,640 at Abbottabad. The test was held
simultaneously at the Karnal Sher Khan Shaheed Stadium (Army Stadium),
Peshawar and the Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad.
online registration system was introduced by the Khyber Medical
University (KMU), Peshawar to facilitate the students and save their
time and money. In the past, applicants had to travel to Peshawar and
Abbottabad to register for the entrance test. For payment of entrance
test fee, scratch cards were made available at 11 branches of the Allied
Bank in seven major cities of the province.
test was conducted by the Education Testing Evaluation Authority (ETEA),
the logistics for the online registration and the test at Peshawar and
Abbottabad was provided by the KMU. Apart from the ETEA and KMU, the
Higher Education Department, the administration of the Army Stadium and
the Ayub Medical College along with the police also made their
contributions to organise the entrance test in time and in peace. Unlike
most other events taking place in Pakistan, the entrance test started
on time exactly at 9am and ended at 12 noon.
started soon after the test and the result was ready within 30 hours
and posted on the ETEA and KMU websites. The result was also
communicated to the applicants individually via SMS using special
software prepared by KMU's IT department.
The hot weather
was an impediment as the students had to sit under shamiana to take the
test. There was also a last-minute hitch as the military authorities
initially refused the use of the Karnal Sher Khan Shaheed Stadium in
Peshawar for the entrance test. They relented later and the spacious
stadium hosted most of the applicants who had applied for admission to
the medical and dental colleges.
In a report prepared by
Prof Dr Shad Mohammad, Director, Academics, Admissions & Quality
Assurance and Dean, Faculty of Nursing & Allied Health Sciences, KMU
on the medical entrance test 2012-13, it was proposed that along with
Peshawar and Abbottabad, the test in future should also be held at
Mardan, Swat, Kohat, Bannu and Dera Ismail Khan to facilitate the
applicants from these places.
The report suggested that
the entire operation of the entrance test should be handed over to the
KMU as it possessed sufficient resources and technical capability.
Besides, it argued that the KMU deserved representation in the board of
governors of ETEA as it was one of the major stakeholders of the process
of admissions to medical and dental colleges.
The KMU was
established in 2007. Presently, noted cardiologist Prof Dr Mohammad
Hafizullah is the vice-chancellor of the university. The online
registration system was appreciated by applicants who posted their
comments on the KMU website. Kaleem from Peshawar termed it marvellous,
Mansoor Khan Jadoon from Abbottabad felt it was great work, Zahiruddin
from Chitral said it had eased the life of thousands of students from
far-flung areas of the province, Talat from Islamabad thought it had
made the admission procedures simple, Javaid from Gilgit-Baltistan
pointed out that it saved the students' time and money, Ismail Afridi
wanted other educational institution to follow in the footsteps of KMU
by introducing online registration, Komal Naveed from Mansehra found it
helpful to students and Farwa Tehreem from Mirpur, Azad Kashmir noted
that registration was made easy and efficient and Mohammad Tahir from
Upper Dir hailed the use of technology. The news
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