Punjab University BA, BSc admission schedule for 2013
Admission schedule for BA, BSc
Lahore, Sept 05: The Punjab University has announced admission
schedule for BA/BSc annual examinations for 2013 but stated that the
examination commencement date will be announced later.
Regular candidates can submit their forms with single fee till Oct 3
(by post) and Oct 10 (by hand). With double fee, the admission forms can
be submitted till Oct 22 (by post) and Oct 31 (by hand).
For private candidates, the admission forms can be submitted with
single fee till Oct 15 (by post) and Oct 22 (by hand). With double fee,
the forms can be submitted till Nov 5 (by post) and Nov 14 (by hand).
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GCU training programme
Lahore: The Government College University's Quality
Enhancement Cell is holding a four-day special training programme for
university's newly-appointed teachers to hone their teaching
methodologies, communication skills, lesson planning and personality
Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Khaleequr Rahman chaired the opening ceremony
of the four-day training, and also trained the participants in using
positive body language as an effective tool of communication.
Speaking on the occasion, the VC said genuine learning was not
possible without interaction and inspiration, and depth of teacher's
character was very crucial in this equation.
He said it was not only knowledge that made a person good teacher,
rather it was his character and ability to impart knowledge, which
played a more crucial role. Dawn
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LCWU BS admission
Lahore: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) has started admission for BS four-year degree programme.
admission forms can be obtained from the university and specific
branches of The Bank of Punjab and can be submitted from September 10 to
September 15, 2012 to the varsity.
The admissions are
being offered on open merit except BS-English Literature and Bachelor of
Fine Arts (BFA) for which the varsity will conduct entrance test while
seats have been reserved for sports, disabled, foreign national
students, students of other provinces and for those who belong to
backward districts of the Punjab. In order to get admission in Bachelor
of Electrical Engineering & BS City & Regional Planning,
candidates must have qualified the combined entrance test conducted by
UET. LCWU will conduct entrance test for the BFA on 19th & 20th of
September and for BS English Literature on 20th of September. The news
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Private colleges barred from holding test: PMDC wants NTS merit precede ad for admissions
Lahore: The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council has
directed that all private medical and dental institutions in all
provinces shall advertise for admission of students only after the
determination of final order of merit by the respective provincial
testing/admission authorities or by Oct 31, 2012, whichever is earlier.
A press release issued on Tuesday said the council had directed that
the private colleges would not conduct their own entrance test and form
final merit by utilising the provincial/government/NTS test result in
their province/territory, however they may conduct the aptitude test and
interview as per council rules.
"This has been a huge public demand and will go a long way in
alleviating the complaint of students that the private colleges hold
their entry tests before the public colleges have finalised and thus
there is financial burden on students," the PMDC said.
It said all admissions for both public and private colleges would be
completed by Nov 30 each year and lists of admitted students would be
submitted to the council for their registration by PM&DC. The
students admitted after due date would not be registered by PM&DC.
Those not registered with PM&DC shall not be considered medical or
In case of any over-admission and violation by the college of annual
seat allocation, penal action shall be initiated by the council against
the admitting authorities which may include de-recognition of the
college, stopping next year admission or reduction in next-year
admission. A repeat offender college will be de-recognised and legal
recourse shall be taken against the admitting authorities.
Keeping in view the rate of inflation which has risen more than 25
per cent in the last three years, the council has allowed a 20 per cent
increase in its fee structure. The fee shall be charged annually on
year-to-year basis only and at the beginning of each year. There shall
be no extra tuition fee for supplementary examination and students
repeating the year shall be charged 25 per cent less for one year only
and after that full yearly fee shall be charged.
No medical or dental institution training for MBBS/BDS in the private
sector shall charge tuition fee more than Rs600,000 per annum per
student. This fee shall exclude university examination fee, taxes,
hostel fee, transport fee and the one-time admission fee which shall not
be more than Rs50,000 only. Copies of all receipts shall be submitted
The fee for foreign admissions in private or public colleges can be
on foreign currency and shall not exceed more than $18,000 per annum all
inclusive and not even one dollar over this will be charged on any
The council has said any other monetary demand or any other
charge/donation on any pretext other than the annual fee as laid down in
these regulations or any other non-compliance of these regulations, if
reported, shall be construed a major violation and shall make the
institution liable for action under section 22 of the PM&DC
The council has decided that for full registration as a
medical/dental practitioner, the house job/internship/foundation year
shall have to do a structured house job. All persons graduating in or
after December 2012 shall have to qualify an exit assessment examination
of house job/internship/foundation year by the concerned university.
Core competencies for this examination shall be as specified by the
council and the university shall assess the student accordingly. If the
concerned university shows inability to conduct the examination then the
training institution must hold a comprehensive exit assessment
examination. No conversion of provisional registration into full
registration shall be done without this requirement. Dawn
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