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Admissions open at AIOU



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Admissions open at AIOU

Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will open its Secondary School Certificate (SSC) to PhD-level confirmations for spring semester 2017 in various controls from February first, 2017. By and large, very nearly seventy projects will be advertised. 

The bad habit chancellor of AIOU Prof. Dr Shahid Siddiqui has affirmed the affirmation system that includes 9 new degree-level projects from B.Ed to PhD, to broaden the extent of studies keeping in view the most recent instructive patterns and in addition advertise necessities. 

The new PhD program is being offered in Management Sciences, alongside the one year post-graduate confirmation in criminology and Population and Development.2 Master-level projects in Environment Science and Botany are likewise being presented. 

Moreover there would be BS-level projects in Statistics, Mathematics and Physics. Just about 5 proficient and useful endorsement courses would likewise be offered for the coming semester in various controls including Librarianship, Agriculture, French Online and transient instructive projects. 

Ace level courses are being offered in 19 trains that includes Communication, MA TV generation, MEd (one year), Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, History and Sociology. 

Besides, the college will present a new B.Ed program from the coming semester, in understanding alongside the guide gave by the Higher Education Commission (HEC). The era for the B.Ed program is currently one and a half year, and looking for understudies should have no less than 16 years of training to be qualified for confirmation 

Dr Shahid Siddiqui has trained the Admission Department to give greatest offices to the applicants taking affirmation in their sought teach and guaranteeing accessibility of confirmation structures at close areas. He moreover exhorted all the territorial chiefs to set up a unique work area at their workplaces for the direction of the applicants.

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