University of Sindh admission to MBA
HYDERABAD, Sept 21: The University of Sindh announced on Wednesday that
admission to MBA evening programme in the Institute of Business Admini-stration
(IBA) for the academic session of 2008 would start on Sept 22.
two-year MBA evening programme includes specialisation in marketing, finance,
management information system (MIS), management, accounting, human resource
management and banking especially designed for in-service personnel.
university said that HBL branches in Sindh University and old campus would issue
admission forms on Sept 22 and the last date for submission of forms with
required documents was Oct 12 while pre-admission test would be conducted on Oct
20 and while final list would be notified on Oct 22.
The University of Sindh on Wednesday appointed 24 assistant professors in BPS-19
and 19 lecturers in BPS-18 in various institutes and departments.
university's registrar, Mohammad Saleh Rajar, issued appointment orders to four
assistant professors in Commerce Department, eight assistant professors in
Institute of Business Administration (IBA), three in Sociology and two in
Physical Education. One assistant professor each had been appointed in the
Department of Library Information Science and Archives Studies, Mass
Communication, Economics, Physiology, Urdu, Political Science, Department of
Distance Continuing and Computer Education, he said.
He said that among
19 lecturers, the university had appointed three lecturers in the Institute of
Commerce, five in the Institute of Physics, two in Physiology, two in Urdu, six
in the Institute of Business Administration and one in Commerce Department the
Sindh University Laar College Badin.
The university also promoted two
officers of BPS-18, M. Nawaz Narejo and B.A Shaikh to BPS-19 and two officers of
BPS-17, Ahmed Khan Khaskheli and G.M Bhutto, to BPS-18.
training programme on award of scholarships to the undergraduate and
postgraduate students on the basis of merit was organised at the Sindh
Agriculture University, Tandojam on Wednesday.
The programme coordinator,
Ahsan Mumtaz, trained students in how to fill in the forms correctly told them
that the programme was aimed at giving financial help in the shape of
scholarship to the students of rural and backward areas.
He said that the
eligible students would be given full scholarship up to the finalisation of
degree programme and urged them to derive maximum benefit from this
"its very great.."
City, Country: badin, Pakistan