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UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION
Okara Campus, Okara

UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION
OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

Table of Contents
Vice Chancellors Message Principals Message About The Campus Programs Offered Facilities at Campus Faculty Scheme of Studies BEd Elementary BEd (Hons) BBA (Hons) BS (Hons) Botany BS (Hons) Chemistry BS (Hons) Mathematics BS IT MEd MA English MA Education 4 5 6 8 9 10 16 19 21 23 25 27 29 32 33 34

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MA Education (L&M) MSc Mathematics MBA MPhil Education MPhil Botany Financial assistance Admission regulations Assessment and examination regulations Regulation for Hostel Admission Regulation for MPhil Important University contacts Programs offered by UE Divisions and Campuses Contact details of UE Divisions and Campuses Campus location map

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DISCLAIMER University of Education reserves the right to change /alter the information given in the prospectus as and when required.

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VICE CHANCELLORS MESSAGE


University of Education which was established in 2002, offers degree programs ranging from Bachelor to Ph.D in various disciplines. The University of Education constitutes 10 campuses which are spread across the Province of Punjab, with the result that opportunities of quality higher education are available to the youth of even remotest parts of the province. The constituent campuses of the University include century old Institutions for Teacher Education/Traning in the sub continent, with good repute and traditions of excellence. Thus, great traditions and modern trends of education blend at this University for innovation, creativity and application. Presently the University has an enrolment of nearly 13000 students including about 150 enrolled in M.Phil and Ph.D programs. The programs are managed and conducted by more than 300 professionally trained faculty members. The University has created quality learning environment for its students by providing classroom with modern facilities, well-equipped science laboratories, ICT facilities with internet and libraries having latest books and journals at all of its campuses. Well-qualified and dedicated faculty is a distinctive feature of the University of Education which distinguishes if from other academic institutions. Other than classrooms, meaningful student-teacher interaction continues during practicals, teaching practice, internships, thesis-writing, and other co-curricular activities. The students have plenty of opportunities to participate in various co-curricular activities for the innovative and creative expression blended with tolerance and social values. The interest of students in this University is highly appreciated and those who wish to join us are welcome. The University of Education focuses to provide a supportive and stimulating environment to the students for becoming competent and responsible professionals in their life.

Prof. Dr. Faiz-ul-Hasan

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

DIRECTORS MESSAGE
Since its start in 2005 University of Education Okara Campus is imparting quality education to the future generation of the nation. The University campus has a hardworking, qualified and enthuastic young teaching faculty that shares the valuable and unique learning experience with the students in the field of Language and Literature, Science & Arts, Education and Business Studies. The faculty members are round the clock busy in providing supervision and guidance to carry out research and projects in the disciplines of Literature, Education, Botanical Sciences and Business. Recently inducted number of faculty members having PhD will surely enhance the existing endeavours for quality education needed in the era of globalization.

Although the University was established for the provision of high quality teachers in the fields of Science, Humanities and Business, yet from the beginning University is offering programs other than the field of teaching i.e. B.S (Hons) Botany, B.S (Hons) Chemistry, B.S (Hons) Mathematics, M.Sc. Mathematics, BBA (Hons), MBA, and M.A. English. At the sametime for providing advance training in Education, M.Phil Education is being offered from fall 2011. From Semester Fall 2013 PhD in Education, MS Botany and BS (Hons) IT are also going to be launched.

In line with the challenges and innovations in the modern arena the University believes in upgrading the course of reading related to the respective areas of studies. We are quite satisfied with the performance of our students who are serving in the various public and private organization of the country and abroad as well. Dr. Khalid Saleem

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ABOUT OKARA CAMPUS


University of Education, established in 2002, is the first specialized university in the field of education in Pakistan. Its main focus is upon the preparation of dynamic leaders and practitioner in teaching, research and management having context excellence, pedagogical competence, commitment and integrity who may ensure quality and sustainable development at all tiers and sectors of education. It is the only university meant for the teacher education in South Asia at the same time it is the largest university of Pakistan in terms of the number of campuses as it comprises of 10 campuses scattered all over the Punjab province. Moreover, all the Government Colleges for Elementary Teachers (GCETs) in Punjab are affiliated with the University offering B.Ed. ADE, and M.Ed. programs. The Okara Campus of University Of Education, Lahore was inaugurated by the Ex-prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. Shoukat Aziz in 2005. Following this declaration, the Ex-senior Federal Minister and Minister for Defense, Rao Sikandar Iqbal inaugurated the University academic programs in August 2005 at the present building in "Kalsoom Educational Campus" Samadpura Okara. In October 2005 classes were started in M.A. Education, English, B.S (Hons) Chemistry and Biological Science, BBA (Hons), B.Ed. and M.Ed. in morning and M.Sc. in Mathematics were added to the evening programs. From 2010 Master of Educational Leadership and Management Studies (MAELM) was launched. M. Phil Education is being offered from 2011 in the evening session. B.Ed. (Hons) Elementary and B.S (Hons) Mathematics was launched from 2012. From Semester Fall 2013 PhD in Education, MS Botany and BS (Hons) IT are also going to be launched.

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Adequate laboratory and library facilities are available apart from hiring of learned faculty members. Today we have three well established science laboratories; a good computerized library with access to HEC digital library and a well-established computer laboratory with 50 update computers. Internet facility is a compulsory component of our training for all the students in 1st semester so that they all are able to benefit from this wonderful invention in acquiring the latest knowledge through internet. Government of the Punjab has already transferred 205 acres of land from Mitchell's Fruit Farm to the University of Education for building of new campus. The whole financial cover is being provided by the HEC for the construction. The campus is being planned by NESPAK. We welcome you to great seat of learning. The University of Education Okara Campus has shifted its classes to the newly build building at Renala Khurd from semester Fall 2012. Initially classes of MS Botany, B.S (Hons) Botany, B.S (Hons) Chemistry, B.S (Hons) Mathematics, BS (Hons) IT and MA English has been shifted to the excellent erected building. In the meanwhile work of different developmental projects is also going on including, Library, Staff Residences, Water tank and sevarage, Play grounds and Roads infrastructure.

Objectives The main objectives of the campus are to: ? develop and initiate innovative degree programs in education; ? foster high quality standards in education and research; ? emphasize on linking professional practice to existing research, sound theorizing, and rigorous methodology; ? provide advisory consultation in Policy Studies; ? establish linkage with international universities of repute; ? provide professional services to the inter-disciplinary Faculties inside the University; and conduct short-term diploma / certificate courses.

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PROGRAMS OFFERED
BEd Elementary BEd (Hons) Elementary BBA (Hons) BS (Hons) Botany BS (Hons) Chemistry BS (Hons) Mathematics BS IT MEd MA English MA Education MA Education (L&M) MSc Mathematics MBA MPhil Education MPhil Botany ( / Eve) )

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FACILITIES AT CAMPUS
Library Library plays a vital role in providing up-to-date information. The Campus has a well-resourced library that contains most recent titles on various fields. Collections are particularly strong in Education, Sociology, Psychology, Education assessment, Educational research, Biological sciences, Management sciences and Social Research. The library has also access to HEC digital resources. Computer Lab Technology has penetrated each aspect of life especially teaching and teacher education. The Okara Campus maintains three computer labs which are equipped by the latest technologies. The labs remain open full time for students' academic work. Soon the students will be also able to connect their laptops through WiFi. Sports The students at Okara Campus have access to playgrounds and indoor games. The sports equipment for badminton, table tennis, cricket, football etc. is available to all the students. An excellent student support center is built at Renala Khurd. Similarly, the construction of cricket and football grounds is in the final stages Transport The University of Education Okara Campus also provides pick and drop facility to the students from Pattoki, Depalpur, Okara city, Renala Khurd and other locations falling on the specified route of the buses.

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FACULTY

Dr. Khalid Saleem Assistant Professor/Director PhD Education

Dr. Tahir Khan Farooqi Assistant Professor PhD Education

Dr. Syeda Anjum Tahira Assistant Professor PhD Botany

Dr. Pakeeza Sabri Assistant Professor PhD Botany

Dr. Muhammad Wajid Assistant Professor PhD Zoology

Dr. Ch. Azam Mukhtar Assistant Professor PhD Chemistry

Dr. Fahim Arshad Assistant Professor PhD Botany

Dr. Muhammad Shoaib Saleem Assistant Professor PhD Mathematics

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Dr. Muhammad Anwer Assistant Professor PhD Education

Ms. Ammara Farrukh Lecturer MA English Linguistics

Dr. Muhammad Akram Assistant Professor PhD Education

Ms. Marya Burhan Lecturer MA English Literature

Dr. Zahoor Ahmad Sajid Assistant Professor PhD Botany

Mr. Kamran Abbas Ismail Lecturer MA English

Mr. Muhammad Ilyas Mahmood Lecturer MPhil TESOL

Ms. Neelofer Shabbir Lecturer MA English

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Mr. Syed Abdul Waheed Lecturer MPhil Urdu

Ms. Noureen Tahira Lecturer MA Education

Ms. Farzana Iftikhar Lecturer MA Education

Ms. Masooma Kazam Lecturer MA Education

Ms. Sarwat Naheed Lecturer MA Education

Mr. Khurshid Asghar Lecturer MSc Computer Science

Ms. Nadia Gillani Lecturer MA Education

Mr. Inam ul Haq Lecturer MSc Computer Science

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Ms. Sobia Yaqoob Lecturer MSc Computer Science

Ms. Qamar Afzal Lecturer MSc Mathematics

Mr. Muzammal Iftikhar Lecturer MPhil Mathematics

Mr. Riaz Hussain Lecturer MSc Chemistry

Mr. Sarfraz Ali Lecturer MPhil Mathematics

Mr. Abdul Hamid Lecturer MPhil Chemistry

Ms. Farhana Yasmin Lecturer MSc Mathematics

Mr. Usman Alvi Lecturer MPhil Chemistry

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Mr. Amjad Ali Assisstant Professor MPhil Physics

Mr. Rai Imtiaz Hussain Lecturer MPhil Business Administration

Mr. Muhammad Iqbal Lecturer MPhil Botany

Mr. Shahzad Aziz Ch. Lecturer MBA HRM

Ms. Imrana Bukhari Lecturer MPhil Botany

Ms. Hafiza Hafsa Nayyab Lecturer MBA HRM

Ms. Lubna Kanwal Lecturer MSc Zoology

Mr. Abdul Manan Lecturer MBA Marketing

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Ms. Ayesha Riaz Lecturer BBA (Hons) Finance

Ms. Noreen Afzal Lecturer MBA Business Administration

Mr. Ahsan Akbar Lecturer MBA (Finance)

Mrs. Hina Ijaz Lecturer M.Com (Marketing)

Mr. Muhammad Irfan Lecturer MBA Marketing

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SCHEME OF STUDIES
BEd ELEMENTARY
Objectives The program aims at preparing classroom teachers for elementary grades who: ? Have mastery of content ? Can use modern instructional strategies to the needs of the learner ? Make optimum use of technology in instruction ? Perform all tasks related to effective instructions ? The goals will be attained through classroom teaching and learning, hands on experiences and field base experiences in the form of teaching practice / practicum and supervised internship. Entry Requirements The Entry requirements of B.Ed program: ? Bachelor Degree in school subjects (at least 2nd division) ? Physical Fitness Age Limit
? For admission of a Bachelor Degree 24 years on the last date of submission of admission application. ? For admission on the basis of a Master Degree 26 years on the last date of submission of admission application. ? In real hardship cases ,the Vice Chancellor may grant relaxation for one year in age on the recommendation of Head of the concerned institution. ? No age limit for admission in the evening classes.

Merit for admission ? 1/4 of the marks obtained in SSC (out of 850) plus 1/4 of the marks obtained in HSC (out of 1100) plus the marks obtained in BA/BSC minus year wise deduction after B.A / BSc examination (5 marks per year) = Total

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Duration The Duration of the program is one year that is comprised of two semesters. Medium of Instruction The medium of instruction will be English Language for all the courses except the languages and Islamic studies. Teaching Practice The duration of the teaching practice will be 4 weeks, which will be organized in the 2nd semester in the elementary level classes. A supervisor (UE faculty member) will be assigned to each student. The supervisor will observe at least two full lessons per week of each of his supervisee. A classroom observation form will be filled in for each visit. The class teacher in the school will play the role of a co-supervisor. The co-supervisor will be provided Instruction regarding the purpose of the teaching practice and his responsibilities as an advising teacher. The role of the co-supervisor will be clearly defined and communicated. The co-supervisor will be required to remain present in the classroom for the whole time. The co-supervisor will write a daily report on the prescribed form regarding the strengths, weaknesses and progress of the student. These reports will be submitted to the concerned supervisors for consideration while assessing the trainee teachers. The students will prepare a lesson plan for each class meeting which shall be signed by the supervisor and the co-supervisor at least one day in advance. The final grade in the Teaching Practice will be based on the continuous evaluation of the supervisor and the co-supervisor and the evaluation of the external examiner, who will be appointed by the Controller of Examinations, University of Education. The external examiner will observe at least two lessons for the award of marks. The distribution of the marks will be as follows: Supervisor 50% Co-supervisor 20% External Examiner 30% Internship After the completion of the course work there will be 3-months internship for all the B.Ed students. The Heads of the institutions will prepare a list of the prospect schools where students will be completing their internship requirement. The list will be approved by the concerned head and a copy will be sent to the Controller of Examinations. The head teacher of the school providing internship facility will be contacted for written permission and briefed about the modalities involved. The school head will issue a certificate at the completion of the internship to the head of the concerned UE institution and will provide a duplicate copy to the internee.

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Course Title Introduction to Education & Teaching Profession

Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2

Methods of Teaching Social Studies at Elementary Level Methods of Teaching Islamiyat at Elementary Level Combination 2. Methods of Teaching Arabic at Elementary Level Methods of Teaching Persian at Elementary Level Methods of Teaching Punjabi at Elementary Level
Fee Schedule

2 2 Credits 2 2 2

ICT in Education English Language Communication Skills Cognition and Development Assessment in Education Elementary School Curriculum School and Classroom Management Methods of Teaching Urdu at Elementary Level Methods of Teaching English at Elementary Level Method of Teaching Mathematics at Elementary Level Science Students: Methods of Teaching Science at Elementary Level Arts Students: Methods of Teaching Elective I Science Students: Methods of Teaching ICT/Art and Carft at Elementary Level Arts Students: Methods of Teaching Elective II Teaching Practice

Evening

25,500

2 6

Students are required to select two courses from Combination I or one course from each of the following combinations.
Elective Courses for Arts and Humanities

Combination 1. Credits Methods of Teaching Home Economics at Elementary Level 2 Methods of Teaching Art and Craft at Elementary Level 2

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BEd (Hons)
Objectives Professional education needs life time commitment and intensive training of four year's education such as the engineering, medical and law professions in keeping with the tradition of professional education, a new four year program B.Ed (Hons) is presented by university of education. Eligibility ? FA/F.Sc/A level or equivalent with minimum 2nd Division. ? FA/F.Sc/A level with school subject. Duration 4 years
Semester I Year 1 Course Title Functional English-I (Compulsory) Credits 3 Semester III Year 2 Course Title English-III (Technical Writing presentation skills) Credits 3
4 3 3 2 3

Content Course - III (From selected discipline -I) Teaching of G. Science (Professional) Teaching of Mathematics (Professional) Instructional and Communication Technology (ICT) in Edu. Teaching Practice (Short Term)
Semester IV Year 2 Course Title Classroom Assessment (Foundation)

Credits 3
3 4 3 2 3

Content Course- I (from selected discipline-I) Child Development (Foundation) Urdu / Regional Language (Content) Pakistan Studies (Compulsory) General Method of Teaching (Foundation)
Semester II Year 1 Course Title English-II (Communication Skills) ( Compulsory) Computer literacy (Compulsory) Content Course-II (From selected discipline-I) General Mathematics (Compulsory) Teaching of Social Studies (Professional) Teaching of Urdu/Regional Language (Professional)

4 3 3 2 3
Credits

Teaching of English (Professional) Content Coures IV (From selected discipline-I) General Science (Content) Islamic Studies/Ethics (Compulsory) Teaching Practice
Semester V Year 3 Course Title Foundations of Education (Foundation) Classroom Management (Foundation) Content Course-I (from selected discipline-II) Curriculum Development (Foundation) Educational Psychology (Foundation) Comparative Education (Professional)

3 3 4 3 2 3

Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3

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Semester VI Year 3 Course Title Art, Craft and Calligraphy (Content) Credits 3

Semester VIII Year 4 Course Title Credits Contemporary Issues and Trends in Education (Professional) 3 Test Development and Evaluation (Professional) 3

Methods of Teaching Islamic Studies (Professional) School, Community and Teacher (Foundation) Content Course-II (from selected discipline-II) Introduction to Guidance and Counseling (Professional)

3 3 3 3

Research Project (Professional) Teaching Practice (long term)

3 6

Semester VII Year 4 Course Title School Management (Professional) Credits 3


3 3 3 3 3

Fee Schedule Morning

Content Course-III (from selected discipline -II) Pedagogy-I (Methods of Teaching related to ) Pedagogy-II (Methods of teaching related to specialization-I) Research Methods in Education (professional) Teaching Practice (Short Term)

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Total

13,000 13,500 11,000 15,000 52,500

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

BBA (HONS)
Objectives To prepare business leaders for dynamic management careers in profession. To develop an ability of critical analytic and creative skills among the students To develop effective communication skills so as to have ability to tackle various complex situational. Eligibility Criteria for Admission This programme is for candidates who have completed 12 Years of education like F.A., F.Sc., D.Com, I. Com. or equivalent (minimum 2nd division) from a recognized Board. The BBA program shall be of eight semesters (04 years) regular study. There shall be 42 courses with a dissertation (3 CH) of total 126 credit hours. Pre-requisite to the Award of degree: Internship-6 to 8 weeks The student of BBA Program shall complete 6 to 8 weeks internship in the organization and shall get internship letter from the concerned organization. The students who are already in service shall be exempted from Internship. Comprehensive Examination In order to test the over all performance of the students a written comprehensive Examination will be conducted after completion of BBA course work.
Semester I Course Title Functional English - I IT in Business Credits 3 3 Semester II Course Title Functional English - II Credits 3
3 3 3 3

Business Mathematics Financial Accounting Logic Micro Economics


Semester III
Course Title

Credits

Business Communication-I Business Statistics Introduction to Sociology Cost Accounting Macro Economics

3 3 3 3 3

Semester IV Course Title Business Communication-II Credits 3


3 3 3 3 3

Statistical Inferences Fundamentals of Marketing Business Finance Principles of Managements Business Research Project

Pakistan & Islamic Studies Introduction to Psychology Fundamentals of Accounting

3 3 3

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Semester V Course Title Financial Management Marketing Management Business Research Methods Calculus Pakistan Economy Semester VI Course Title Money and Banking Consumer Behavior Human Resource Management Business Ethics Business Law Semester VII Course Title Organizational Behavior E-Commerce Operations/Production Management Elective-I Elective-II Semester VIII Course Title Enterpreneurship Global/International Business MIS Dissertation / Research Project Elective-I Elective-II

Credits 3 3 3 3 3 Credits 3 3 3 3 3 Credits 3 3 3 3 3 Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3

Note: Requirements for award of BBA (Hons) Program degree: Business Internship: 6 - 8 weeks Comprehensive examination: Evaluation shall be on the basis of Pass/fail. There shall be no grading or marks for comprehensive examination.
Fee Schedule Morning Evening

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Total

24,500 25,000 22,500 25,500 97,500

38,000 38,000 35,000 38,000 149,000

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BS (Hons) Botany
Objectives
? To enable the students to be acquainted with the latest knowledge

Semester I Course Title English-I (Functional) Statistical Packages Credits 3 3

of plants sciences ? To familiarize the student with the basic concepts of Plant Diversity, Biochemistry, Physiology and Genetics. ? To encourage the students to do research. Duration The duration of program is 4 years. Eligibility FSc (Pre-Medical) Degree requirements The BS Botany degree comprises of 135 credit hours earned over a period of four years (Eight semesters). The students will be awarded degree subject to attaining: ? Minimum CGPA required to qualify for a degree is 2.00 ? Qualifying the University Comprehensive Examination COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION The UE Examination Department under the guidance of the Division will conduct Comprehensive Examination after successful completion of the course work. The Comprehensive Examination will consist of six papers. Each paper shall consist of two core courses and will be prescribed by the relevant Board of Studies. ? First Comprehensive Examination at the end of 2nd year =3 papers ? 2nd Comprehensive Examination at the end of 4th year =3 papers

Zoology-I Chemistry-I Diversity of Plants

3+1 3+1 3+1

Semester II Course Title English-II Credits 3

Islamic Studies Mathematics II (Bio Statistics) Zoology-II Chemistry-II Plant Systematics, Anatomy and Development

2 3 3+1 3+1 3+1

Semester III Course Title English-III Credits 3

Introduction to Computer Zoology-III Chemistry-III Cell Biology, Genetics and Evolution

3 3+1 3+1 3+1

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Semester IV Course Title English-IV Credits

Semester VII
3 3+1 3+1 3+1 2

Course Title Plant Bio-Chemistry-II

Credits

3 3 3 3 3

Zoology-IV Chemistry-IV Plant Physiology and Ecology Pakistan Studies

Plant Ecology-II Elective-I, Research Project Elective-II Plant Physiology-II

Semester V Course Title Diversity of Vascular Plants Credits

Semester VIII
3 3 3 3 3 3

Course Title Genetics-II

Credits

3 2 3 2+1 3

Phycology and Bryology Mycology and plant Pathology Plant Systematics Plant Anatomy Bacteriology and Virology
Semester VI Course Title Plant Ecology-I

Environmental Biology Elective-III, Research Project Biodiversity and Conservation Elective-IV


Fee Schedule

Credits

3 3 3 3 3

Genetics-1 Plant Bio-Chemistry-1 Plant Physiology-1 Molecular Biology

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Total

Morning 11,900 12,400 9,850 13,850 48,000

Evening 32,000 32,000 29,500 33,500 127,000

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BS (Hons) Chemistry
Objectives ? To enable the students to have a broad and balanced knowledge of chemistry. ? To develop in the students the ability to apply their knowledge and skills to solve theoretical and practical problems in chemistry. ? To encourage students to understand the importance of chemistry in industrial, economic environmental and social context. Duration The duration of program is 4 years, 8 Semesters and each semester comprises of 16-18 weeks Eligibility FSc (Pre-Medical/Pre-Engreeing at least 2nd Division 45% ) Degree requirements The BS Chemistry comprises of 135 credit hours earned over a period of four years (eight semesters). The students will be awarded degree subject to attaining: ? Minimum CGPA required to qualify for a degree is 2.00 ? Qualifying the University Comprehensive Examination Comprehensive examination The UE Examination Department under the guidance of the Division will conduct Comprehensive Examination after successful completion of the course work. The Comprehensive Examination will consist of six papers. Each paper shall consist of two core courses and will be prescribed by the

relevant Board of Studies. First Comprehensive Examination at the end of 2nd year =3 papers 2nd Comprehensive Examination at the end of 4th year =3 papers
Semester I Course Title English I Credits 3
4 4 2 4

Botany I / Physics I Zoology I / Mathematics Pak Studies Physical Chemistry


Semester II Course Title English I (Functional)

Credits 3
2 4 4 3 4

Islamic Studies / Ethics Botany II / Physics II Zoology II /Mathematics Calculus Statistics Inorganic Chemistry
Semester III Course Title English III (Communication skill) Botany III / Physics III Zoology III / Mathematics Computer and its applications in Chemistry Organic Chemistry

Credits 3 4 4 3
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Semester IV Course Title Credits


3 4 4 4

Semester VII (Specialization (Inorganic/Organic/Physics/Applied/ Analytical/Bio-Chemistry) Course Title Credits Paper-I 3 Paper-II 3 Paper-III 3 1 Practical-I Elective Course-I (other than the field of specialization) 3 Research Project / Advanced Practical / Position Paper 2 (Literature Survey) Semester VIII (Specialization (Inorganic/Organic/Physics/Applied/ Analytical/Bio-Chemistry) Course Title Paper-IV Credits 3
3 3 1 3 2

English IV (Report writting) / University Optional Botany IV / Physics IV Zoology IV/ Mathematics General Chemistry
Semester V Course Title

Credits
4 4 4 3 4

Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Physical Chemistry Mathematics for Chemist Analytical / Bio Chemistry
Semester VI Course Title

Paper-V Paper-VI Practical-II Elective Course-II (other than the field of specialization) Research Project / Advanced Practical / Position Paper (Write- Up)
Fee Schedule Morning 11,900 12,400 9,850 13,850 48,000

Credits
4 4 4 4 4

Inorganic Chemistry Organic Chemistry Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Bio-chemistry

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Total

Evening 32,000 32,000 29,500 33,500 127,000

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BS (Hons) Mathematics
Objectives
? To establish the base for lifelong education by creating essential

Semester I Course Title English-I Credits 3


2 2+1 2+1 3 3

concepts and equipping the students with necessary techniques needed to start careers in teaching, research and/or in any walk of live involving mathematics. ? To prepare students to learn concrete ideas of Mathematics, to analyze problems and to develop problem-solving skills. ? To encourage students to become effective independent learners. ? To encourage students to work in groups to get quick, true results. ? To encourage people to help other disciplines as engineering, physics, economics, finance etc using mathematics. Duration This is a four years program which consists of 8 semesters. Each semester comprises of 16 - 18 weeks. Eligibility Intermediate or Equivalent with mathematics Degree requirements The BS Mathematics degree will be awarded if the student: ? Passes all 133 credit-hour course work with minimum CGPA 2.0. ? Qualifies the University Comprehensive Examination. Comprehensive Examination The UE Examination Department under the guidance of the Division will conduct Comprehensive Examination after successful completion of the course work. The Comprehensive Examination will consist of six papers. Each paper shall consist of two core courses and will be prescribed by the relevant Board of Studies. First Comprehensive Examination at the end of 2nd year = 3 papers 2nd Comprehensive Examination at the end of 4th year = 3 papers

Islamic Study Introduction to Computer Physics-I Introduction to Psychology Calculus-I


Semester II Course Title English-II

Credits 3
2 2+1 2+1 3 3

Pakistan Study Introduction to Programing Mathematics Physics -II Introduction to sociology Calculus-II
Semester III Course Title English-III

Credits 3
2+1 2+1 3 3 3

Object Oriented Programing Physics III Analytical Geometry Calculus III Discrete Structures

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Semester IV Course Title English-IV Credits 3


2+1 2+1 3 3 3 1

Semester VII Course Title Functional Analysis Credits 3


3 3 3 3 1

Physics-IV Computing tool for Mathematics Ordinary Differential Equations Number Theory Probability Theory Guests/Students Seminars Semester V
Course Title Real Analysis I

Numerical Analysis-I Quantative Methods and Decision Theory Elective A I Elective A II Guests/Students Seminars
Semester VIII

Credits 3
3 3 3 3 1

Course Title Mathematical Methods for Physics

Credits 3
3 3 3 3 1

Group Theory Linear Algebra I Vector and Tensor Analysis Complex Analysis Guests/Students Seminars
Semester VI Course Title Real Analysis-II

Differential Geometry Numerical Analysis - II Elective A III Elective B / Project Guests/Students Seminars
Fee Schedule Morning 11,900 12,400 9,850 13,850 48,000

Credits 3
3 3 3 3 1

General Topology Linear Algebra II Mathematical Statistics Classical Mechanics Guests/Students Seminars

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Total

Evening 32,000 32,000 29,500 33,500 127,000

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BS IT
Objectives
? To prepare students to learn concrete ideas of IT, to analyze

problems and to develop problem-solving projects.


? To encourage students to become independent learners. ? To encourage students to help other disciplines as engineering,

physics, economics, finance using IT. Duration The duration of program is 4 years, 8 Semesters and each semester comprises of 16-18 weeks. Eligibility Intermediate or Equivalent with Mathematics or Computer Science Course Degree Requirements The BSIT degree comprises of 135 credit hours earned over a period of four years (eight semesters). The students will be awarded degree subject to attaining: Minimum CGPA required to qualify for a degree is 2.00 Qualifying the University Comprehensive Examination Comprehensive Examination The UE Examination Department under the guidance of the Division will conduct Comprehensive Examination after successful completion of the course work. The Comprehensive Examination will consist of six papers. Each paper shall consist of two core courses and will be prescribed by the relevant Board of Studies. First Comprehensive Examination at the end of 2nd year =3 papers 2nd Comprehensive Examination at the end of 4th year =3 papers

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Semester I Course Title Intro to Information and Comm. Technologies Information Systems Credits 2+1
3 2+1 3 3 2

Semester IV Course Title Linear Algebra Credits 3


2+1 2+1 3 3 3

Data Structures and Algorithms Data System Operating System University Elective - II Organizational Behavior
Semester V

Basic Electronics Calculus & Analytical Geometry English - I (Functional English) Islamic Studies
Semester II Course Title Discrete Structures Programming Fundamentals

Credits 3
3+1 3 3 2 3

Course Title Web Engineering

Credits 2+1
3 3 3 2+1 3

Probability and Statistics Fundamental of IT Pakistan Studies English - II (Communication Skills)


Semester III Course Title IT Elective - I

Software Engineering Human Computer Interaction Computer Communication & Network IT Elective - II University Elective - III
Semester VI

Credits 2+1
3 2+1 3+1 3

Course Title IT Elective - III

Credits 3
3 2+1 3 3 3

University Elective - I Digital Logic and Design Object Oriented Programming English III (Business communication and Technical Writing)

IT Elective - IV System and Network Administration Object Oriented Analysis and Design Technology Management IT Elective - V

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

Semester VII Course Title IT Elective - VI Credits 2+1


2+1 2+1 3 3 3

Electronic Commerce Data Warehousing Software Quality Assurance Geographical Information System Mobile and Pervasive Computing
University Electives Course Title Financial Accounting

3 3 3 3 3

IT Elective - VII Multimedia Systems Enterprise Resource Planning IT Capstone Part - I University Elective - IV
Semester VIII Course Title IT Elective - VIII Network Security

Credits 3
3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Human Resource Management


Credits 3
3 3 3

Principles of Psychology Entrepreneurship Creative Thinking Introduction to Philosophy Total Quality Management Economics International Relations

IT Capstone Part - II Professional Practices


IT Elective Courses Course Title Software Project Management

Credits 3
3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Fee Schedule

Internet Architecture and Protocols Advance Web Application Development Database Administration System Administration Network Design & Management Distributed Database System Artificial Intelligence

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Total

Morning 30,750 31,250 28,750 31,750 122,500

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA
Semester II Course Title Curriculum development Instructional Technology 9,10 and 11, These courses from any of the areas of specialization Thesis

MEd
Objectives After Completion of M.Ed program the students will: ? Become competent Teachers ? Develop curriculum and evolve teaching strategies ? Apply research skills in the classrooms and institutions ? Apply management skills in the classrooms and institutions ? Select and use appropriate resource material ? Understand measurement and assessment techniques ? Adopt the latest educational trends in national context Duration One year Eligibility B.Ed (Minimum 2nd Division) Internship 3-month (non graded) internship supervised by the head of the institution where the internee works Comprehensive Examination There shall be a Comprehensive Examination at the end of the academic year covering the entire courses.
Semester I

Credits 3 3 3 3 Credits 3 3 3 Credits 3 3 3 Credits 3 3 3 3 Credits 3 3 3 3


Evening 25,500

Course Title AREA OF SPECIALIZATION A. Educational Leadership and Management Educational Law Educational Planning and Financing Human Resource Management B. Educational Guidance and Counseling Counseling Techniques Educational and Vocational Guidance Assessment and Evaluation in Guidance
Paper I will consist of following courses: Course Title Philosophy of Education Educational Psychology and Guidance History of Education Curriculum Development Paper I will consist of following courses:

Course Title Philosophy of Education Educational Psychology and Guidance History of Education Educational Testing, Measurement, and Assessment Research Methods in Education Educational Administration

Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3

Course Title Educational Testing, Measurement, and Assessment Research Methods in Educational Educational Administration Instructional Technology
Fee Schedule

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UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION
OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

MA ENGLISH
Objectives The objectives of MA English course are to: ? Enhance Lerner awareness about English Literature, both British and American. ? Enlighten students about the modern trends in language & literature. ? Equip the students with research paradigms; ? Inculcate research oriented approach to teaching of English Language & Literature. ? Provide hands on experience of English Language teaching through internship. ? Equip students with theory and practice to undertake future educational challenges. ? Become professionally competent and reflective teachers. Eligibility Criteria (1) B.A minimum 2nd Division (2) At lest 45% marks in English compulsory
Year I Semester I Course Title History of English Literature Poetry: 14th to 18th Century Introduction to Linguistics Phonetic & English Phonology

Semester II Course Title Classics in Drama Romantic Poetry Novel: 18th & 19th Century Psycholinguistics Year II Semester III Course Title

Credits 4 4 4 4 Credits 4 3 3 4 4 Credits 4 4 4 4

Prose The Structure of English Language in Use Introduction to Research Methodology Research Thesis
Semester IV Course Title Literary Criticism

American Literature Modern Drama Socio Linguistics


Fee Schedule

Credits 4 4 4 4

Morning

Evening

Year 1 Year 2 Total

11,500 13,000 24,500

26,750 26,750 53,500

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MA EDUCATION
Objectives ? The objectives of the M.A Education program are ? To Develop among students the perception of the discipline of education as a life long activity enabling them to devote t i m e a n d energy to improve their knowledge and skills in this area. ? Participate actively in socio-economic development of the society through social work in educational. ? Prepare teachers in different disciplines focusing on content excellence, pedagogical competence, commitment, and integrity to develop curriculum and evolve teaching strategies to apply research skills in education ? Apply management skills in the classrooms and institutions Select and use appropriate resource material Teaching Practice Teaching practice will be conducted in the last month of the semester so that students can practice the acquired teaching skills in the schools while teaching the contents of their selected subjects. Teaching Practice will comprise of 6 credit hours. Internship A 3-months (Non Graded) internship supervised by the head of the Institution where the internee works. Eligibility Bachelor of Arts minimum 2nd Division Duration 2 Years Semester I Course Title Foundations of Education Educational Psychology School Curriculum Educational Administration and Supervision Education in Pakistan (History, Policies, and Status)
Semester II Course Title Educational Assessment Research Methods in Education ICT in Education Guidance & Counseling in Schools Education for Sustainable Development 2nd Electives Course Semester III Course Title Teaching of English as Foreign Language 1st Teaching Course 2nd Teaching Course Teaching Practice Semester IV Course Title 1st Course from Area of Specialization 2nd Course from Area of Specialization 3rd Course from Area of Specialization 3rd Elective Course Thesis Fee Schedule Morning Credits 3 3 3 3 3 Credits Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3

1st Elective Course

Credits 3 3 3 3 3 3

Year 1 Year 2 Total

11,500 13,000 24,500

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA
Eligibility Admission will be on merit B.A / B.Sc. or equivalent with a minimum of 2nd division from HEC recognized university / degree awarding institution 24 years on closing date of admission only for morning classes. However, in deserving cases the Vice Chancellor may relax age limit for two years on the recommendation of the Head of institution No age limit for evening program. Degree Requirements
? The MA degree in Education comprises of 69 credits earned over a

MA EDUCATION (L&M)
Objectives Program will prepare professionals who will be able to: ? Analyze the theoretical basis of the leadership concepts as applied to the educational setting ? Determine effective leadership traits, styles and competencies ? Critique values, ethics and principles essential for successful leadership ? Discuss the organizational values that will assist the teachers in their future leadership and managerial role ? Apply up-to-date human resource management skills for attaining the institutional goals ? Identify the management skills supportive to achieve organizational objectives ? Review the key areas of theoretical and empirical research in educational leadership and management ? Apply the leadership and management skills the actual environment of the educational institution ? Ensure quality control in education ? Formulate realistic and attainable policies. Duration & Medium of Instruction
? It will be a full-time Institution-based program for two academic years

period of two years (four semesters). The students will be awarded degree subject to attaining: ? Minimum grade B (CGPA 2.5) ? Qualifying the University Comprehensive Examination ? Qualifying the thesis ? Qualifying internship BA.
Semester I Course Title Credits Perspectives of Education 3 Curriculum Development and Instruction 3 3 Educational Research and Statistics Introduction to Educational Leadership and Management 3 Computer Application in Research 3 (1st Elective Course) 3 Semester II Credits Course Title Psychology and Guidance in Education 3 3 Educational Measurement and Evaluation 3 Education Policy and Planning Human Resource Management 3 Instructional Leadership and Program Evaluation 3 3 2nd Elective Course

(4 regular Semesters plus two Summer Semesters and three months of internship). ? The medium of instruction and examination will be English

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Semester III Course Title Teaching of English as Foreign Language 1st Teaching Course 2nd Teaching Course Teaching Practice Credits

Teaching Methods Courses


3 3 3 3 Teaching of English as Foreign Language (compulsory) Any two of the following: Content and Methods of Teaching Urdu Content and Methods of Teaching Social Studies Content and Methods of Teaching Mathematics Content and Methods of Teaching Science Areas of Specialization Educational Administration and Management i. Economics and Financing of Education ii.Educational Law iii.Organizational Behavior in Education Educational Entrepreneurship Educational Entrepreneurship i. Entrepreneurship in Education ii. School Development iii.Quality Assurance in Education
Fee Schedule Evening

* Teaching practice will be conducted in the last month of the semester so that students can practice the acquired teaching skills in the schools while teaching the contents of their selected subjects. Teaching Practice will comprise of 6 credit hours.

Semester IV Course Title 1st Course from Area of Specialization 2nd Course from Area of Specialization 3rd Course from Area of Specialization 3rd Elective Course Thesis Elevtive Courses Project Management School Management Gender Issues in Educational Administration Teaching Profession Credits 3 3 3 3 3

Effective Communication Comparative Educational Administration Systems Development of Research Proposal Leadership and Management for Change

Year 1 Year 2 Total

26,750 26,750 53,500

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UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION
OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

MSc Mathematics
Objectives ? To establish the base for lifelong education by creating essential concepts and equipping the students with necessary techniques needed to start careers in teaching, research and/or in any walk of live involving mathematics. ? To prepare students to learn concrete ideas of Mathematics, to analyze problems and to develop problem-solving skills. ? To encourage students to become effective independent learners. ? To encourage students to work in groups to get quick, true results. Eligibility Two-year bachelor degree with A & B Courses of Mathematics Duration The Duration of the program is two years which consists of 4 semesters, each semester comprises of 16 - 18 weeks. Total Credit Hours: 66 credit hours Degree Requirements The degree of Master of Science in Mathematics will be awarded if the student: ? Maintains at least CGPA 2.0. ? Qualifies the University Comprehensive Examination. Comprehensive Examination A comprehensive examination will be conducted after successful completion of the two-year course work. The comprehensive examination will consist of three papers; each paper will consist of two core courses and will be prescribed by the relevant Board of Studies.

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

Semester I Course Title Real Analysis -I Credits 3


3 3 3 3 3

Semester IV Course Title Mathematical Methods for Physics Credits 3


3 3 3 3 1

Group Theory Linear Algebra Vector and Tensor Analysis Complex Analysis Computer Programming for Mathematics
Semester II Course Title Real Analysis-II

Differential Geometry Numerical Analysis II Elective A-III Elective B/Project Guests/Students Seminars

Credits 3
3 3 3 3 1

Fee Schedule Evening

General Topology Number Theory Mathematical Statistics Classical Mechanics Guests/Students Seminars
Semester III Course Title Functional Analysis

Year 1 Year 2 Total

29,000 29,000 58,000

Credits 3
3 3 3 3 1

Numerical Analysis-I Quantative Method and Decision Theory Elective A-I Elective A-II Guests/Students Seminars

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UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION
OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

MBA
Objectives The main objectives of the program are to ? Develop individuals with outstanding Managerial Skills. ? Impart expertise in decision making, management of budget and resources, management of business challenges, Entrepreneurship, Strategic planning, Marketing, Human resource management and Banking in the environment of Business, Commerce and other related fields. ? Make student to became highly responsible professional managers, who can identify and solve real-life complex business problems, but also serve as contributing professionals to solve social and economic problems. Eligibility The MBA program is for those students who have completed 14 years of education like B.Com/B.Sc/BA or equivalent qualification (minimum 2nd Division( from an HEC recognized institution/university. Duration 3.5 years Business Internship: 6 - 8 weeks (Students are required to Submit a written internship report in the form of project undertake during internship followed by Viva Voce ad per University Rules Comprehensive examination: Evaluation shall be on the basis of Pass/fail. There shall be no grading or marks for comprehensive examination.

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA
Semester I Course Title Principles of Management Credits
3 3 3 3 3

Semester IV Course Title Corporate Law

Credits 3
3 3 3 3

Financial Accounting Business Mathematics and Statistics Business Communication-I Computer Application in Business

Enterpreneurship Operations Management International Business Organizational Behavior

Semester II Course Title Economic Analysis ( Micro and Macro) Credits


3 3 3 3 3

Semester V Course Title Project Management Credits


3 3 3 3 3

Principles of Marketing Cost & Management Accounting Business Communication-II Quantitative Techniques for Managers

Strategic Management Managerial Economics Elective -I Elective-II

Semester III Course Title Financial Management

Semester VI Credits
3 3 3 3 3

Course Title Corporate Finance

Credits
3 3 3 3 3

Business Research Methods Human Resource Management Management Information System Marketing Management

Strategic Marketing Semester VI Advance Research Methods Elective-III Elective-IV

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA
Semester VII Internship 6-8 Weeks Credits
6

HRM
Course Title Training Interventions in job skills Credits 3

Courses of Specialization Finance


Course Title Financial Analysis Credits

Performance & Compensation Management Semester VI Industrial Relations & Labor Laws in Pakistan International Human Resource Management Organizational Dynamics Cases and Exercises in Personnel/HRM
Educational Enterpreneurship
Course Title Entrepreneurship in Education

3 3 3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Investment & Security Analysis Semester VI Taxation Management Strategic Financial Management Financial Institutions International Finance Islamic Banking & Financial System

Credits

3 3 3 3 3

Development of Educational Institutions Semester VI Quality Assurance in Education Internationalization of Education Institutions Physical Infrastructure

Marketing
Course Title Advertising & Sales Promotions Credits 3

Note: The University reserves right to reschedule/offer or withdraw the above Specializations/Courses/Subjects according to the availability of staff and resources.
Fee Schedule Morning Evening

Brand Management Semester VI Consumer Behavior International Marketing Marketing Research Retail Marketing

3 3 3 3 3

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Total

30,000 30,500 27,500 20,000 108,000

50,000 50,000 46,500 29,000 175,500

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UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION
OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

MPhil EDUCATION
Objectives The objectives of M.Phil Education program are to: Prepare educational leaders for educational institutions of p u b l i c and private sector Provide the learners an understanding of educational process Develop proficiency in teaching-learning process and methodologies Provide the learners with knowledge about educational plans, policies and their implementation Provide skills in methodology of conducting various types of research and their importance in education Enable the learners aware of various techniques of educational measurement and evaluation Enable the learner aware of modern trends in educational process Eligibility MA Education/MEd with minimum 2.5 CGPA (semester system) and 2nd division ( in annual system) are eligible to apply. The applicant must not have 3rd division in the entire academic career and should have passed GAT General before the admission with at least 50% marks.
Semester I Educational Research Credits 4 Semester II Areas of Specialization (Three Courses from any one of the following areas) Course Title Introduction to Assessment and Evaluation Credits 4

Test Theories and Design Standard Setting in Assessment

4 4

OR Educational Planning and Management Course Title Educational Leadership and Management Credits

4 4 4 4

Education Plans and Policies Human Resource Management in Education Educational Financing and Budgeting (to be developed)

Fee Schedule Year I Year II Thesis Fee Morning 48,000 38,000 10,000 Evening 55,000 45,000 10,000

Cognition, Learning, and Assessment Statistics in Education Technology for Teaching and Learning

4 4 N/C

Total

96,000

110,000

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UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION
OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

MPhil Botany
Objectives The objectives of the Program are to: ? Enable students to be acquainted with the modern trends in plants and allied sciences. ? Prepare students in developing theoretical as well as practical skills. ? Encourage students to become effective and independent learners. ? Develop research aptitude among students. ? Develop professional approach in the proposed subject. Duration It will be a full-time institution-based program of minimum 02 years (one year for course work and one year for thesis). Eligibility 1. Applicants must hold first class M.Sc./BS (Hons.) in Botany or 16 Years education from any HEC recognized university or degree awarding institution. 2. Applicants must have qualified GAT (General) test organized by National Testing Service (NTS) Pakistan. 3. Written/Entry Test (for the Subject) is necessary. The students who will qualify the test will be considered for interview. 4. Those who are appearing in GAT to be held on ------------- may also apply for admission. 5. GAT (General) qualified candidates should appear for interview on ----- at the Okara Campus. Separate letters for interview will not be issued. Scheme of Studies The MPhil Course is designed to accommodate the students who have passed their BS (Hons)/ M.Sc. They must already have earned 130 Credit Hours during B.S (Hons) and should have passed the general GRE Test. The total requirement for the MS Course is 34 Credit Hours with 06 Credit Hours research. The 28 Credit Hours Course Work will be completed during the first two semesters (First Year), while the 06 Credit Hours research will be accomplished during the next two semesters (Second Year). Any four (04) Core Courses from Bot-MS-01 to Bot-MS-05 will be offered during the first semester and any three (03) of Optional Courses from Bot-MS-06 to Bot-MS-24 will be offered during the second semester of course work. The MPhil program in the University of Education will strictly follow the rules and regulations of Higher Education Commission. The List of contents of the Scheme of Studies comprising Core Courses and Optional Courses is mentioned below.

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

Core Course Title Course Title Environmental Pollution Control Recent Advances in Plant Physiology Credits 3+1
3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1

Course Title

Credits
3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1 3 3+1 3+1

Polymerase Chain Reaction-The Basics Molecular Biodiversity and DNA Analysis Changing Climate and Vegetation Mycosymbioses Bioinformatics - II (Sequence Analysis of Primers) Advanced Phytosociology Fundamentals of Forestry

Physiological Embryology and Tissue Culture Ethno botany Algology (An Advanced Course)

Core Course Title Course Title Evolutionary and Ecological Plant Anatomy Credits 3+1
3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1 3+1

Fee Schedule Year I Year II Thesis Fee Morning 48,000 38,000 10,000

Soil Science Plant Transformation Horticulture-I (An Introduction to Horticulture) Lateral DNA Transfer Phylogeny and Diversification of Angiosperms Ectomycorrhizae in Forestry Ecology of Halophytes Water Resources and their Management in Pakistan Economic and Applied Plant Anatomy Mycosociology Horticulture-II (Applied Horticulture)

Total

96,000

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OKARA CAMPUS, OKARA

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS
Merit based The University awards merit scholarships to the brilliant students. University has allocated Rs. 22.0 million for merit scholarships. The merit scholarships will be awarded to 1st year students on basis of merit at the time of admission and merit scholarships to the 2nd year and subsequent years will be awarded on the basis of result of previous year's internal assessment and result of University comprehensive examination where applicable. Note: Students who will pass their examinations by parts in 2nd or subsequent years will not be eligible for the merit scholarship. Need based: University awards need based scholarships to the needy students. Need based scholarships will be awarded to 10% of total students of each program. These scholarships will be awarded on following criteria ? A student will be eligible if his/her parent's/guardian's declared monthly income (from all resources is Rs. 15000/- or less. ? The conditions of passing examination in first go without appearing in re-sit exam, will not be applicable for UE need based Scholarship ? In case received applications exceed the limit of 10% per program then preference in award of UE need based scholarship will be given to student with lowest parent's/guardian's income ? If 02 or more student have same parent's/guardian's income then merit will be considered for award of UE need based scholarship ? If 02 or more student have same parent's/guardian's income and also have same marks then the preference will be given to: ? Rural over urban students ? Female students over male students

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OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS
Punjab Education Endowment Fund (PEEF) PEEF scholarships are funded by the Government of Punjab. These scholarships will be awarded to the students fulfilling following criteria: ? Students having Punjab domicile ? Secured at least 60% marks or minimum CGPA 2.5 in BA./BSc/BBA/BCS/BS/BCom or equivalent from Punjab. ? Passed the examination as a regular student from ? Government institution ? Private affiliated institution or as private candidate ? Secured admission as a full time student in the current academic year in public sector university/degree awarding institution of Punjab ? Declared monthly income of parents/guardian (from all resource) is Rs. 15000/- or less ? Not received any other scholarship for studies ? Students must satisfy the criteria for award of financial aid of the respective University/Higher Education institution Directorate of Public Instruction (DPI) The directorate of Public Instructions (Colleges) offers these merit scholarships on the following terms and conditions ? The scholarship will be offered to those students who have passed Intermediate examination in the current year ? The applicant must have secured at least 60% marks in intermediate ? The scholarship will be governed by the policy of the Education Department, Government of Punjab. Pak Canada Debt Swap Project (PCDSP) Pak Canada Debt Swap Project will be awarded on the following criteria ? Merit for award of scholarships will be formulated amongst those who will be the students of morning classes ? Scholarships will be awarded to all, public sector (Punjab Govt.) elementary level teachers, irrespective of morning and evening classes. ? Proportionate number of scholarships will be granted to each college. ? Merit list of each college, both for BEd students will be prepared separately, on the basis of their proportionate number of scholarships ? Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of %age of marks obtained in BA/BSc or equivalent, if two or more students have equal marks then the merit will be formulated on the basis of %age of FA/FSc or equivalent and similarity, on matriculation marks %age, if some students have equal marks in above exams then preference will be given to: I. Female students over male students II. Likewise, rural students over urban students

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ADMISSION REGULATIONS
1. 1.1. Merit Admission shall be made on the basis of open merit in accordance with the criteria laid down for each degree/diploma or a certificate programme. 25% of the merit seats in M.Ed. in each constituent institution /division/college will be filled from amongst the candidates who are graduates of the University. There are some reserved seats in addition to merit seats in Bachelor and Master degree programmes as under: 1.3.1. One seat in each degree programme is reserved for children/spouse/real brothers or sisters of the University teachers serving or retired (excluding parttime teachers) with a service of not less than 5 years. Admission will be granted in the same order of preference. 1.3.2. One seat in each degree programme is reserved for children/spouse/real brothers or sisters of the University employees serving or retired with a service of not less than five years. 1.3.3. 2% seats are reserved in each degree programme for children of martyrs of the Defence Forces or in the absence of this category children of the serving or retired personnel of the Defence Forces nominated by GHQ Adjutant General Branch. 1.3.4. Three seats in each degree programme, out of which one seat is reserved for students from a resident in AJK and two seats from a resident in FATA in all the courses. 1.3.5. 1% of the total numbers of seats in each programme are reserved for disabled persons who have produced certificate of disability from the Social Welfare Board. 1.3.6. 3% seats in Bachelor degree programmes are reserved for sportsmen and sportswomen who have excelled in particular sports. The merit will be decided on the basis of the best sports persons of provincial or district standing to be ascertained by the sports committee of the institution/division/college. 1.3.7. 2% seats with a minimum of one seat are reserved for the overseas Pakistanis in each program of the University. The application will be received through the Overseas Pakistanis Foundation, within due dates. 1.3.8. In case where no application/nomination is received by the due date the said reserved seat will be filled according to the open merit of the concerned programme. 1.3.9. Admission under special quota/reserve seats should fulfill general conditions for admission in the University and must satisfy minimum admission criteria, prescribed for the course. 1.3.10. 05 reserved seats but not more than 01 seat for one campus for Afghan national for the year 2010-2011 and onward for four academic years under the scheme awards of 2000 Scholarships for Afghan Nationals. 1.3.11. 10 seats, over and above merit seats for the students from Balochistan with not more than two seats for one campus. In case of siblings, the number of seats can be increased to a maximum of three at one campus.

1.2.

1.3.

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2. 2.1. Admission Procedure Candidates seeking admission shall submit application on the prescribed form, complete in all respects and accompanied by the required certificates and documents and shall undertake to abide by all statutes, regulations, and rules framed and instructions issued by the University from time to time. Applications incomplete in any respect or not supported by the required certificates, documents etc. or received in the concerned institution/division/college after the last date fixed for the submission of applications for admission shall not be entertained. A candidate not registered with the University of Education, Lahore shall produce the original migration certificate/NOC (if n o t a l re a d y s u b m i tte d ) f ro m h i s / h e r re s p e c t i ve University/Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) within 15 days of the commencement of classes, failing which his/her admission may be cancelled. Age Regulation For a candidate seeking admission to a Bachelor programme on the basis of S.S.C., the age limit shall be 20 years. For a candidate seeking admission to a Bachelor or equivalent programme on the basis of HSSC, the age limit shall be 22 years. For a candidate seeking admission to a degree program on the basis of B.A./B.Sc., the age limit shall be 24 years. For a candidate seeking admission to B.Ed. on the basis of M.A., M.Sc., the age limit shall be 26 years. For a candidate seeking admission to M.Ed, the age limit shall be 28 years. The age limit shall not apply to the spouse of teachers and other employees of the University and in-service candidates applying for admission to seats reserved for them or evening classes. In real hardship cases, the Vice Chancellor may grant relaxation up to a maximum of one year in age on the recommendation of the Director/Principal of the concerned institution. 4. 4.1. General Admission Criteria A student who has been rusticated/expelled or whose entry in any University institution/division/college was banned for any reason whatsoever at any time during his academic career or has been involved in criminal case of moral turpitude, shall not be admitted to any class, provided that the Syndicate may allow admission of such candidates on the recommendations of the Admission Committee concerned. In order to give preference to the fresh graduates, 5 marks be deducted from the obtained merit score of a candidate for each last year after the entry requirement/last examination. However, this regulation shall not apply to the applicants seeking admission against the seats reserved for in-service candidates. No candidate shall be admitted in more than one degree programme except composite degree programme, including a full time diploma course in the University institution /division /college nor a student who is on the rolls of any college /department of any other university, shall be admitted to an academic programme. The student whose name was dropped or struck off from a University institution/division/college due to the shortage of lectures/training sessions or non-payment of dues or poor performance or non-appearance in examination etc, shall not be admitted in any institution/division/college of this University. A candidate who is to appear or has appeared in any Master /Postgraduate diploma/Degree examination of the University or any other university and the results thereof, are awaited on the last date fixed for submission of application for admission, shall also not be eligible for admission in any degree programme of the University.

2.2.

2.3.

4.2.

4.3.

3. 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4. 3.5. 3.6.

4.4.

4.5.

3.7.

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5. 5.1. Basic Admission Criteria Merit will be prepared on the basis of the following formula adjusting total Marks in: SSC as 850 B. A. / B.Sc. as 800 HSSC as 1100 M.A/M.Sc as 1200 The Marks obtained in semester system at Bachelor program will be multiplied with 0.85. 5.1.1. For (10+ Programs Marks in SSC (850) - (Year wise deduction) 5.1.2. For 12+ Programs Marks in SSC + Marks obtained in HSSC minus year wise deduction of 5 marks after last examination. 5.1.3. For 14+ Programs Marks in SSC + Marks in HSSC + Marks obtained in B.A / B.Sc. minus year-wise deduction of 5 marks after last examination. 5.1.4 MA English Marks in SSC + Marks in HSSC + Marks obtained in B.A / B.Sc.+ marks obtained in the subject of English minus year-wise deduction of 5 marks after last examination. 5.1.5. Some programs may have admission criteria based on basic admission criteria + additional criteria (if any) mentioned in the relevant scheme of studies. 5.1.6. For M.Ed Marks in SSC + Marks in HSSC + Marks obtained in B.A / B.Sc. + Marks obtained in B.Ed. 5.1.7. For 16 + Programs i)B. Ed (Secondary) Marks in SSC + Marks in HSSC + 1/3 Marks in B.A / B.Sc. + Marks obtained in MA / MSc minus year-wise deduction of 5 marks after last examination. 5.1.8. The candidates with 3rd division in the last examination will not be considered for admission. The University reserves the right to cancel the admission of a student at any time who is found to have obtained his/her admission by making any false statement or concealing a material fact, as well as, whose admission is found to be in violation of admission regulations. The Principal of a college/Director of divisions concerned is 5.4. authorized to cancel admission of any such student. The student may within seven days of the cancellation order, appeal to the Admission Committee/Vice-Chancellor after depositing Rs. 600/. In exceptional circumstances a special appeal after depositing a fee of Rs. 2000/- may be submitted to the Syndicate whose decision shall be final. The University reserves the right to rectify any typographical or clerical mistake at any time in the admission lists etc without incurring any liability. The head of institution/division/college concerned shall be authorized to take such action. The grades may be tabulated in terms of marks or vice-versa. The merit of any applicant who has passed an examination other than the appropriate examination or if the total marks/grades are different from total marks/grades prescribed in the University, shall be determined by making a proportionate conversion of his/her marks/grades obtained in such examination to the total marks/grades equivalent to one prescribed by the University. Where there is more than one applicant at the bottom end of the merit list or in case of tie among applicants, all the applicants will be accommodated and the seats in that program will be enhanced accordingly. The selected candidates will be required to pay their fees and dues according to the schedule, failing which their admission shall stand cancelled. Any change in fee schedule will be notified with the approval of the Vice Chancellor. All difficulties and hardships connected with or pertaining to admission shall be resolved by the University Admission Committee to be constituted by the Vice-Chancellor whose decision shall be final. The University Admission Committee shall have powers to issue directions to the institution /division /college concerned, as it may deem fit and proper, regarding the implementation of these regulations. Re-admission Regulations Student who fails to attend at least 50% of lectures in theory or training sessions/ practical/seminars in each course during a calendar month, except for valid reasons to be determined by the head of institution concerned, will be struck off the rolls of the institution/division/college. The head of institution /division

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/college concerned may re-admit such a student if he/she applies within seven working days after the date his/her name was struck off the rolls if satisfied that his/her absence from the class was for reasons beyond his/her control and if he/she undertakes to be regular in future. The Vice-Chancellor, on the recommendations of the head of institution/division/college may re-admit a student whose admission has been cancelled due to prolonged absence and who has applied for readmission within 30 days of the cancellation of his/her admission on the ground of ill health only. In case of cancellation of admission of any student under regulations 7.5 and 8.1 the fees/dues deposited by him shall not be refunded in any circumstances. The students who are allowed re-admission on the basis of application within 7 days and 30 days will have to pay readmission fee of Rs. 500/- and Rs. 800/-respectively. Such students may be given only one chance of re-admission to the class on payment of 'prescribed fee'. A student without attendance of 75% of total number of lectures/training sessions delivered to the class in all papers taken together (aggregate) and 75% of the practical in all papers taken together (aggregate) shall not be allowed to take the UExam/CompExam Provided that the Vice-Chancellor may, on special grounds, condone up to another 5% of the total number of lectures/training sessions and practical taken separately. A student shall also adhere to the attendance regulations approved for each degree course for the purpose of continuous/internal assessment. Once admitted, a student shall not indulge in politics failing which his/her admission shall be withdrawn. He/She shall not bring or keep any type of weapons within the University premises, shall not hold a gathering or meeting or take out procession in any part of the University institutions /divisions /colleges, shall not allow or abet the entry to the premises of the University expelled students, anti-social elements or other person whose presence on the campus could cause conflict amongst the students. He/She shall never indulge in any kind of unfair means, malpractice in examination, and coercion, anything which cause injury or insult to head of the institution, teachers, officers and other staff of the institution, damaging any University property, including building, equipment, vehicles etc., in any manner. 7. 7.1. Hostel Admission All University dues including hostel charges must be paid on or before the dates notified for the purpose. Any delay in payment of dues may render the names of defaulters liable to be struck off the rolls of the institution/division/college. The students needing hostel accommodation must deposit fees and dues for one-year along with the University fee & dues at the time of admission in the University. In case, the University cannot provide hostel accommodation for any reason, the hostel fees and dues shall be refunded. Students admitted in the evening classes are not entitled for hostel accommodation. However, in exceptional circumstances, the Vice Chancellor may allow hostel admission to a student admitted to evening classes of degree programme of special nature. Payment of Fee The student of any year of a programme should deposit all university as well as hostel fee and any other dues as notified from the College/Divisions/University by the given date. If student fails to deposit fees and dues by the given date Rs. 200/shall be charged for a period of 30 days after the expiry of due date. Thereafter, admission shall stand cancelled. Refund of Fee and Funds All dues paid by a student be refunded in case of cancellation of admission granted due to mistake, neglect or omission by the

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University. No dues be refunded in case of cancellation of admission on the basis of incorrect information, concealment of facts, submission of fake certificate or use of any other unfair means by the students. Any over payment will be refundable/adjustable through application. The amount of security will be refundable within one year from close of session. Where a student leaves the Department after attending the classes, even for one day, the Library Security and Examination fee be refunded within one year of the admission. In case of death of a student or his/her physical or mental incapacity, fee be refunded. The amount of refund will be determined by the Vice Chancellor according to the circumstances of the case. Where a candidate got admission in regular class against merit/reserved seat in the University, the amount paid for evening programmes may be refunded after one month of the close of admission. All applications shall be addressed to the Treasurer through the head of the Institution with full particulars. Migration Regulations Migration will be allowed from one campus to the other at any time except during te first and the final semester of a degree program provided that the course already read are not in variance with those of the institutions/division/colleges where migration is sought

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ASSESSMENT AND EXAMINATION REGULATIONS


1. 1.1. Code of Examinations General code The tests/assignments/term papers, seminars etc., given to the students in all the terms/semesters by their respective teachers shall be called continuous assessment including the summative test at the end of each term/semester. The schedule of continuous assessment including the summative tests shall be notified by the head of the institution. Results of all tests/assignments and term papers shall be sent by the head of the institution to CE within 15 days from the last day of the summative test of the term/semester. The record of question papers/marked scripts/assignments/ term papers, class tests etc., of all terms/semesters shall be preserved by the respective institution for two years after the notification of the result. The Comp Exam shall consist of the following papers: i. For one year degree program = 2 papers ii. For two years single degree program = 3 papers iii For four years single degree program ? 1st CompExam at the end of 2nd year = 03 papers ? 2nd CompExam at the end of the program = 03 papers Semester Assessment and Evaluation: General Criteria Assessment and evaluation of students in the Bachelor and Master programs shall be of three types: a) Continuous/Formative Assessment 40% b) Summative Test (at the end of term/semester) 60% c) CompExam as specified under regulation 2.5. A separate portion with 25% weightage of the summative test will be allocated to practical where it is involved. Further break-up of Continuous Assessment shall be subject to the nature of each course or the methodology adopted by each

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teacher in the course. However, each teacher must follow the following criteria in this regard or otherwise as approved by the Syndicate: a) At least two assignments/presentations in each course, with a total weightage of 18%. b) A mid term test/monthly class tests equivalent to 20% weightage or any special assignment or project equivalent to this weightage. c) 2% weightage to the student attaining attendance 90% or more, general conduct or behaviour, and/or extra-ordinary participation in academic activities in each course during the regular course work. A student must pass formative assessment (40%) and summative test (60%) at the end of a semester separately. The minimum pass marks in semester assessment shall be 40% in Bachelor/ Post Graduate Diploma and 45% in Master Degree program. Failing to this criterion the students will not be eligible for the award of the Degree With regard to unfair means cases, the teacher in charge will report to the head who will call the meeting of the senior faculty members for necessary action. In case a student is not satisfied with his award, he/she may submit an application for checking. The head of the institution may allow checking of the answer book. In case of the CompExam, the decision about checking of the answer book will be made by CE. If a student fails in one or two courses, he/she will have to deposit the assessment fee per course for Re-test to be notified by the head of the institution. In case of failure in more than two courses, he/she has to repeat the whole term/semester. Grading/Promotion for Semester System Letter Grades and Letter Grade Points will be used, with a maximum possible grade point average of 4.0 as detailed below. i. Letter Grades and corresponding Grade Points will be as follows: Letter Grade Grade Points A 4.00 A3.70 B+ 3.30 B 3.00 B2.70 C+ 2.30 C 2.00 C1.70 D 1.00 F 0.00 Equivalence between Letter grading and Numerical grading will be as follows: For Bachelor degree Programs where the pass percentage is 40: Letter Grade Grade Points Marks in Percent A 4.00 85 - 10 A3.70 80 - 84 B+ 3.30 75 - 79 B 3.00 70 - 74 B2.70 65 - 69 C+ 2.30 60 - 64 C 2.00 55 - 59 C1.70 50- 54 D 1.00 40 - 49 F 0.00 < 40

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For Master degree Programs where the pass percentage is 45: Letter Grade Grade Points Marks in Percent A 4.00 85- 100 A3.70 80 - 84 B+ 3.30 75 - 79 B 3.00 70 - 74 B2.70 65 - 69 C+ 2.30 60 - 64 C 2.00 55 - 59 C1.70 50 - 54 D 1.00 45 - 49 F 0.00 < 45 A minimum CGPA = 2.00 is required to qualify for the degree. A student failing to achieve CGPA of at least 2.00 in a degree program shall stand drop in that program. Rules for Promotion a) If a student fails up to a maximum of two courses in a semester/term, he/she may be allowed to register in the next semester/term but he/she shall have to qualify all such courses in one re-test only, to be arranged by the Head of the Institution within three weeks from the commencement of the next semester and its result must be notified within 15 days of the end of the Re-test. If he/she remains fail in one course but has GPA 1.70 but < 2.00 he will be promoted to the next semester on probation. b) A student who remained fail in one course but promoted to next semester on probation may be allowed to take one failed course at a time in addition to the actual work load of the semester during which such a course is offered if he/she has CGPA 2.00. He/she may be allowed to study the failed course in any program, b. morning or evening. A student who has passed all the courses in a semester with GPA 1.70 but < 2.00 will also be promoted to the next semester on probation. A student who remains fail in two courses in re-test, shall stand automatically drop from the rolls. A student who fails to secure 1.70 GPA in the 1st semester shall stand automatically drop from the rolls. At the end of the second semester a student must obtain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.00 and must also pass at least 50% of the courses attended by him/her in order to be promoted to the third semester. If a student does not achieve desired CGPA 2.0 but obtain CGPA>1.70 will go to 2nd (last) probation. In all the following semesters a student has to maintain a minimum CGPA 2.00 for his/her promotion otherwise he/she will be removed from the rolls of the division/institution. If a student has not availed opportunity of probation during the first two semesters, he/she may be allowed to avail probation twice in the following semesters. The promotion of a student on probation will be admissible to a maximum twice in the whole program except one year degree program. A student, who completes all the courses and has not been required to repeat any course(s), obtains CGPA of less than 2.00 but not less than 1.90 at the end of the last semester of the program may be allowed to repeat courses in which he/she had obtained the lowest grade (s), in order to improve the CGPA so as to obtain the minimum of 2.00 failing which he/she shall not be awarded degree and removed from the rolls.

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A student will be allowed to repeat a maximum of 18 credit hours courses in case of 4 year honors program, 09 credit hour courses in case of 2 year degree program and 05 credit hours courses in case of one year degree program. k) In a case a student repeats the course which he/she has already taken, the old grade(s) will be substituted with the new grade(s). If a student is failed in more than two courses he/she shall stand automatically dropped from the rolls of the institution. He/she may be allowed re-admission by the Head of the institution in the respective program in the following year only if he/she applies for that, provided he/she is not debarred otherwise by these regulations. Continuous Assessment Format The mode of summative tests shall be essentially written. Every candidate must take every summative test except in case of serious illness or exceptional circumstances. Summative tests of Bachelor and Master programs for each term/semester shall be conducted by the head of the institution. The question paper shall be designed by the teacher of the concerned institution. a) There will be no choice in questions in mid-term and summative test papers. b) The scripts of each examination shall be shown to the students concerned by the teacher and taken back immediately. Only one Re-test will be allowed in Summative Test. A candidate must pass the written and practical part of the course separately. If the candidate fails in the written part or practical part, then he/she shall be considered to have failed in that course. j) 3.6. If a student has 75% attendance and has successfully completed all continuous assessment requirements but remains absent in the summative test of a semester/term partially or wholly due to illness, death in the immediate family or natural calamity or participation in sports/co-curricular activities on behalf of the University, he / she may be given a special test by the Director/Principal on his/her written request stating cogent reasons supported by documentary evidence to appear in the course/s in which he/she remained absent. If he/she fails in special test, he/she may be allowed one Re-test, on an application, by the head of the institution on the recommendation of the Hardship Cases Committee of the institution and such a candidate will be eligible for mid-term examination of next semester only on qualifying this re-test. For non-appearance in the summative test on medical grounds, the student will have to submit well in time the necessary documents, e.g. medical certificate duly issued by a registered medical practitioner authorized by UE. In case a student does not qualify semester assessment or does not attain CGPA 2.00, he/she will not be eligible for CompExam. The list of eligible candidates shall be notified by the CE before the start of CompExam. Assessment Review Committee (a) An Assessment Review Committee of an institution consisting of five members will be constituted as follows: i. Head of the institution Chairman ii. One senior most Teacher, teaching core courses. iii. One senior most Teacher, teaching science courses. iv. One senior most Teacher, teaching arts/humanities courses. v. One external expert nominated by the Vice Chancellor.

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(b) i. ii. iii. iv. v. Terms of Reference will be as follows: To review term/semester test question papers. To review a random sample of term/semester results. To review a random sample of dissertation/project and results. To review and declare final results for all the terms/semesters. To redress the grievances of the students pertaining to the examinations. 4.5. Merit Determination The merit shall be determined on the basis of marks obtained in the Semester Assessment passing all continuous and summative tests in the first attempt. In case of four years degree program, If a student fails to clear second Comprehensive Examination, he/she shall be given BA/BSc degree in the relevant program provided he/she has completed all other requirements. General Regulations For Both Examination Compexam/uexam Code of Examinations General Code All summative tests and UExam/CompExam shall take place at any centre as assigned by the UE. Each academic year is divided into terms/semesters according to the schedule to be issued by the Vice Chancellor or his nominee. There shall be three months internship at the end of each program. There are three ways the internship could be completed: a) The student may select a school/institute/organization of his/her choice to complete the internship. b) The student may get admission to a higher degree program. c) The concerned institution may arrange for internship. The minimum pass marks for UExam/CompExam will be 40% in Bachelor/Post Graduate Diploma and 45% in Master degree program in each paper. To pass this examination shall be compulsory for a student for the award of degree. The minimum attendance requirement to appear in any summative test/ UExam/CompExam will be 75% of the classes held in each course. The normal period for the completion of the degree program shall be as fixed by the University. In case of Constituent Institution, extension may be granted upto a maximum of one

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4. 4.1.

4.2. 4.3.

4.4.

Comprehensive Examination There shall be a CompExam at the end of a degree program of one year or two years. In case of four years degree program, it shall be divided in two parts first at the end of two years and second at the end of the program. The Comp Exam shall be conducted by CE (a) The Comp Exam shall consist of the following papers: I. For one year degree program = 2 papers ii. For two years single degree program = 3 papers iii For two years concurrent degree program = 5 papers (03 content+02 pedagogy) iv) For four years concurrent degree program ? 1st CompExam at the end of 2nd year = 03 papers ? 2nd CompExam at the end of the program = 05 Papers (03 content+02 pedagogy) v) For four years single degree program ? 1st CompExam at the end of 2nd year = 03 papers ? 2nd CompExam at the end of the program = 03 papers b) The paper setters shall be provided with the clear division of the areas of subjects to be examined for paper setting. Papers shall be set and scripts be marked by respective examiners.

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year by the head of the institution on the recommendation of Hardship Cases Committee in genuine cases. For further extension, the case will be sent to the Vice Chancellor who may extend the period for one more year. A student on extension shall be treated as a special student. A student will become eligible for next UExam/CompExam on passing previous UExam/CompExam, if any. For both the University Examination and the Comprehensive Examination, there will be two chances in addition to regular appearance in any examination. If a candidate does not qualify UExam/CompExam in three attempts, he/she shall be dropped from the program. The Hardship Cases Committee shall consist of head of the institution and two senior most faculty members of the institution concerned. On the successful completion of all courses, the head of the institution may issue a certificate to this effect. Conduct of Examinations Superintendent, additional superintendent and supervisory staff or assistants for each centre shall be appointed before the date fixed for the CompExam. Superintendent or additional superintendent shall call upon the candidates to search their pockets and to surrender all papers, books or notes or any possession, which could be helpful in any form in the examination. No late comer shall be admitted unless a written request mentioning the genuine reason which satisfies the superintendent of that examination centre. In no case he/she shall be admitted in the examination centre half an hour after the commencement of the examination. No student shall be allowed to leave the examination centre before the half time is over. If he/she leaves, he/she should handover the question paper and script to the superintendent of examination centre as instructed. No student shall be allowed to sit in the examination centre without the University roll number slip. Thesis in Master Programs Thesis shall be a requirement for Master programs. However, students may opt to study an additional course in lieu of thesis. Topic of the thesis in Master program shall be given to the student by the end of first semester in second year of study. The students will select a Master thesis topic preferably relating to any course's content they have studied in the previous two semesters or other important educational issues. All topics shall be recommended for approval in a formal meeting of the faculty chaired by the head of the institution concerned. The topics of Master thesis along with the names of the supervisor and the external examiner shall be approved by the Vice Chancellor. Thesis shall be submitted within 30 days of the CompExam. Extension up to one term/semester may be awarded by the Vice Chancellor on the recommendation of the head of the institution. A candidate shall submit three copies of the thesis to be forwarded to supervisor, external examiner and convener, Board of Studies. After the examination, one copy shall be kept in the institution library, one in the UE Library and one by the Supervisor. Thesis will be submitted hard bound in Light Green cover. Each Master degree student will be liable to show his/her performance continuously to his/her supervisor at least on biweekly basis. After the synopsis/research proposal is finalized by the student, it will be discussed in the faculty meeting and the

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concerned supervisor will be requested to observe the suggestions given in this regard. After a Master thesis is vetted by the concerned supervisor, the supervisor will request the head of the institution to schedule the date for viva voce within a period of one month. Thesis Evaluation Thesis Evaluation Committee at Master level, will comprise of following three persons: I) Head of institution Chairman ii) Supervisor concerned Member iii) External examiner ( appointed by the Vice Member Chancellor from amongst the approved list Unfair Means Cases Committees There shall be separate Unfair Means Committees for Continuous Assessment and CompExam. (i) For constituent institutions, the Unfair Means Cases Committee for Continuous Assessment shall comprise the following: i. Head of the Institution Chairman ii. Two senior faculty members nominated by the head of the institution. (ii) F o r U n i v e r s i t y E x a m i n a t i o n s / C o m p r e h e n s i v e Examinations, the Unfair Means Cases Committee shall consist of the following: (a) Chairman Nominated by Vice-chancelloer Nominated by (b) Two senior faculty members of Vice-chancelloer University of Education (c) Two Principals of affiliated Nominated by institutions nominated by Vice-chancelloer vice-Chancellor 8.2. The superintendent or additional superintendent or any person authorized by the University shall prepare the indiscipline case, if any, together with the statement of the student and forward it to CE for necessary action. The head of the institution shall refer, at the earliest, all theunfair means cases to the Unfair Means Cases Committee who shall decide the cases within 30 days after the receipt of the cases Indiscipline in Examinations: Continuous Assessment/comprehensive Examination/ University Examination: 9.1.1. If it is found that a candidate has access to, or is in possession of papers, books or notes, which might possibly be of assistance to him (I) But that his access to, or possession of such books, notes or papers was inadvertent, and was not malafide, his answer book shall be cancelled, as a disciplinary measure without any implication of moral turpiture, and (ii) In other cases of possession, the candidate be disqualified from passing any examination that year. 9.1.2. Any candidate detected in giving or receiving assistance, or found guilty of copying from any paper, book or note, or allowing any other candidate to copy his answerbook, or using or attempting to use these or any other unfair means, shall be disqualified from passing any examination for a period up to three years. 9.1.3. (a) Any candidate found guilty of deliberate previous arrangement to cheat in the examination such as smuggling in another answer-book, impersonation or misconduct of a serious nature and the person who impersonates such candidate, if he is on the rolls of an affiliated college/constituent institution, shall be

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disqualified for a period of not less than three years or declared as not a fit and proper person to be admitted to any future examination of the University, according to the seriousness of the offence and the other circumstances of the case. (b) If the impersonator is not on the rolls of an affiliated college/ constituent institution, the Controller of Examinations shall report the matter to the police and shall send intimation of the same to the Vice-Chancellor. 9.1.4. (a) Any candidate, obtaining admission to the Examination on false representation made on his Examination Admission Form, shall be disqualified from passing any examination for a period not exceeding two years. (b) Any person using abusive or obscene language in the Answer book shall be disqualified for a period not exceeding two years. (c) Any candidate forging any authority's signatures on his Examination Admission Form shall also be disqualified for one year. (d) Any candidate found guilty of cheating in the examination by way of depositing less fee and enhancing it through forgery on the challan form will be disqualified. In addition fine may be imposed up to Rs.5,000/- on such candidates. 9.1.5. Any candidate found guilty of disclosing his identity or making peculiar marks in his answer-book for that purpose shall: (a). If he is successful in the examination, be disqualified from passing the examination that year; or (b). if unsuccessful in the examination, be disqualified for that year and the following year. 9.1.6. Any candidate who refuses to obey the Teacher /Superintendent of an Examination in the Examination Hall, or changes his seat with another candidate, or roll number card, creates disturbance of any kind during the examination, stages a walk-out, resorts to a pen-down strike, or instigates others to do so, or otherwise misbehaves in or around any examination hall, shall be liable to expulsion by the Teacher/Superintendent or the Controller of Examinations or Inspector of a Centre or any officer duly authorized by the Controller of Examinations. In addition, such a person shall be liable to: (a) Cancellation of the answer-book. (b) Disqualification up to two years. 9.1.7. Any candidate found in possession of fire-arms or anything capable of being used as a weapon of offence in or around any examination hall, shall be liable to expulsion by the Officers as mentioned in Regulation 18.1.6 above and shall be rusticated and declared disqualified to be admitted to any examination of the University, according to the seriousness of the offence and other circumstances of the case. 9.1.8. Notwithstanding anything hereinbefore contained, no action shall be imposed unless a student accused of using unfair means in an examination has been given a reasonable opportunity of showing cause against the action proposed to be taken with respect to him. If a candidate is involved in a cognizable offence, Controller of Examinations may, in addition to taking action under the above regulations, initiate legal proceeding against the offender under the law for the time being in force. Appeal Against the Decision of the Unfair Means Committee If a student is aggrieved of the decision of the Unfair Means Cases Committee, he/she may file his/her appeal within 7 days f the date of communication of the decision of the Unfair Means Cases Committee to the Vice Chancellor. No appeal shall lie against the decision of the Vice Chancellor.

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11. 11.1. Rechecking of Scripts of Uexam / Compexam A candidate can apply for rechecking of the total marks of theunmarked questions of the script, award list and result sheet within 30 days from the date of declaration of the result. Scripts once marked shall not be re-evaluated. The non-refundable rechecking fee for UExam/CompExam shall be Rs. 1000/- per paper or as approved by the Syndicate. Syndicate Authority in Special Cases Notwithstanding anything contrary to these regulations, or/and if an emergency so requires the Vice Chancellor shall have the power to issue orders, directives or instructions in connection with the smooth working of the examinations. Where the regulations are silent and in cases of ambiguity or discrepancy as regards the interpretation of these regulations, the decision of the Syndicate shall be final. Freezing of Semester A student may use the freezing of semester option once in a one year program and twice in more than one year programs. A student will be allowed to freeze his/her semester before the beginning of the semester without mentioning any reason. A student will be allowed to freeze his/her semester during a semester based on a valid reason as determined by the Principal/Diector. The Principal/Diector will approve the freezing of semester and shall inform the VC, CE, Treasurer, and registrar offices accordingly. During the frozen period the students will loose his studentship status and shall not be entitled to avail any facility like hostel/medical/transport, which the University extends to its regular students. The student will rejoin the same frozen semester in his/her own campus and , in case of discontinuation of the semester, in any other campus where the semester is available. The University will not be bound to accommodate the student in case of total discontinuation of program in all campuses

REGULATIONS FOR HOSTEL ADMISSION


1. 1.1. Admission All whole time students admitted directly to a University Academic Division/Constituent College for a regular course of study will be eligible to apply for accommodation in the respective University Hostels, provided that the Vice Chancellor may, in special cases, permit a student who joins the University to read a diploma/certificate programme, to reside in a University Hostel. Applications for allotment of seats in the hostels shall be submitted to the Director of a Division/Institute/Principal of a college, in triplicate, on the prescribed form available from the office of hostel superintendent or any other officer so assigned. The student shall submit completed application form in triplicate along with three copies of their photographs (passport size) pasted on them and duly attested by the Director of a Division/institute/Principal of a college directly to the hostel superintendent who will keep one form with him/her and forward two form one to the hostel warden and the other to the Director of a Division/institute/Principal of a college concerned, indicating on the form the room number that could be allotted to the student. The hostel warden will confirm the allotment. Failed student or students who rejoin after having passed the B.Ed./M.Ed./M.A./ M.Sc. in Education are not eligible for allotment of seats in a University hostel. The Vice Chancellor in exceptional cases may allow hostel admission in this category. At the beginning of each academic year, a resident student shall be required to produce a certificate from the Director of his/her Division/Institute/Principal of his/her college to the effect that he/she is on the roll of the Division/Institute/ College concerned in order to get the allotment of his/her hostel seat renewed.

11.2. 12. 12.1.

1.2.

12.2.

13. 13.1. 13.2. 13.3. 13.4. 13.5.

1.3.

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1.5. Due to limited accommodation facilities, the students are admitted only on merit. Fee & Dues At the beginning of each academic year, the University institution will announce the hostel fees and dues as revised from time to time. All hostel dues shall be deposited in the bank of Punjab. The bank challan showing the amount to be paid under various heads will be supplied by the hostel office. Hostel dues, at the time of admission shall be deposited in the bank within three days of the allotment of a seat in the hostel, failing which the allotment shall be cancelled. Names of the residents who have not paid their dues shall be reported by the Superintendent to the warden in the first week of each month who will see that the defaulters leave the hostel. The warden may, however, allow a further period of grace in exceptional circumstances. Discipline Residents are expected to develop the habit of self-discipline. They shall not conduct themselves in a manner, which may interfere with the study and convenience of fellow residents or injure their feeling. Nothing can make social life truly pleasant without genuine courtesy and mutual consideration. Rooms must be kept clean and tidy. No resident is allowed to drive nails in the walls or to disfigure them in any manner. Dogs and other pets should not be brought inside the premises of a hostel. All residents shall be in the hostel at 10.30 p.m. The rooms shall be kept open between 10.30 p.m. and 11.00 p.m. to enable the prefects to mark attendance. A resident may be permitted to come late at night by the superintendent who will issue a late entry pass. A resident returning to the hostel at night after 10.30 p.m. shall sign his name in the register kept with the chowkidar at the gate writing the number of his room and the date and time of arrival. Entry into the hostel by climbing over the boundary wall is strictly prohibited. There shall be no disturbance or noise in the rooms or outside the rooms within the hostel premises between 10.30 p.m. and 5.30 a.m. No resident student shall entertain in his room fellow residents or outsiders during these hours. The residents must get permission of the superintendent in writing, in case they have to absent themselves from the hostel during the night. A fine of Rs. 100/- per night shall be levied for absence without permission. A resident absenting himself/herself from the hostel without written permission of superintendent continuous for 7 days, shall forfeit his/her hostel seat. The room allotted to him will be opened by the superintendent in the presence of the warden, assistant warden and prefect. All articles found in the room shall be taken in personal custody by the superintendent. Rs. 200/- per month or as revised by the University will be charged extra for the use of personal computer in the hostel as electricity charges. The resident will use it with the permission of the superintendent after depositing the charges. Playing of loud musical instruments in the rooms is not permitted. Playing of indoor games in any place other than the common room or the game room is prohibited. Residents are not allowed to keep with them heaters, electric stoves, electric radio sets, radiograms, electric tape recorders, etc. Any such appliance if found in the possession of a resident, shall be confiscated. The use of heaters and electric stoves is strictly prohibited. Any resident found infringing these rules should have to pay a fine of Rs. 100/- per day or as revised by the

2. 2.1.

3.5.

2.2.

3.6.

2.3.

2.4.

3. 3.1.

3.7.

3.8. 3.9. 3.10.

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University. The residents are advised not to keep large sums of money with them, which may be deposited in the bank. The hostel authorities are not responsible for any theft or loss of valuables. A resident indulging in the use of liquor or in gambling practices or found in possession of fire arms or explosives shall be expelled from the hostel immediately without any notice. Complaints against the misbehaviour of servants/sweepers may be made to the superintendent. Residents are not allowed to use abusive language or physical force against them. A resident shall not change his/her room without prior permission of the superintendent. A resident intending to withdraw his/her name from the hostel shall make an application in writing to the superintendent who may permit him/her to leave after realizing the dues from him/her and report it to the warden. No resident is allowed to stay in the Hostel after completion of the regular University examination, as announced by the University. Students, who have to complete their thesis/dissertations after completion of the University examination, may be permitted to continue their stay in the hostel on recommendation of the Director of a Division/Institute/Principal of a college concerned for a period not exceeding 3 months. The rooms must be vacated and the keys handed-over to the superintendent before leaving for the summer vacation or on completion of semester or University examinations. Students who fail to comply with this regulation will not be allowed hostel accommodation during the succeeding academic year /semester. All notices about the hostel shall be pasted on the hostel notice board and shall be considered as read by the residents. Failure to read a notice shall not be accepted as an excuse for noncompliance with such notices. Before a notice or poster etc. is displayed on the hostel notice board, it shall be countersigned by the hostel superintendent/warden. No meetings other than those of the recognized societies or permitted by the Superintendent shall be held in the hostel and no outsiders shall be invited to the meetings without prior permission of the superintendent. If a resident is found guilty of breach of hostel rules or misbehavior, the superintendent may impose such fine on him, as he may deem appropriate. All applications for remission of hostel fines shall be submitted to the Warden through the Superintendent who may pass such orders, as he deems fit. Fines imposed on residents in connection with their residential life shall be charged and deposited in the account of the University. Cases of serious indiscipline in the hostel will be reported by the superintendent to the warden who in consultation with the Hostel Disciplinary Committee (consisting of the warden, the superintendent and assistant warden to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor) may remove a resident from the hostel or take any other appropriate action. Every part of the hostel premises will be opened for inspection by the authorities at all hours. Use and keeping of drugs, weapons licensed or unlicensed and smoking in the hostel is strictly prohibited and entails expulsion from hostel. Residents are not allowed to hold political or religious meetings, which are likely to injure the feelings of any resident. Every resident is expected to preserve peaceful atmosphere in the hostel and to respect the rights of others. Residents are not allowed to damage willfully the hostel

3.11.

3.19.

3.12.

3.20.

3.13.

3.21.

3.14. 3.15.

3.22.

3.23.

3.16.

3.24.

3.25. 3.26.

3.17.

3.27. 3.28. 3.29.

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property. Any resident found violating the hostel rules can be expelled at any time in the best interest of hostel discipline. Furniture Residents are responsible for the safe custody of the furniture allotted to them. They are not permitted to remove the furniture from one room to another or interchange the furniture. Resident shall pay for any damage done to the furniture supplied to them or to any other hostel property. Anyone found guilty of intentional damage to the University property will not only have to make good the damage but will also be liable to disciplinary action including expulsion from the hostel and or from the University. Electricity Light in the room must be switched off when the residents retire or go outside the room. The Superintendent may allow the use of room cooler on payment of Rs. 300/- per month or as revised by the University of Education. If any resident uses a room cooler without permission of the superintendent, he is liable to pay a fine in addition to the prescribed charges. The electric installations must not be tampered with in any way, unauthorized interference with the installations is very risky as it may cause serious damage. Residents found guilty of such interference are liable to heavy fine/ expulsion from the hostel. Mess All residents must join the hostel mess if it so arranged or the respective University cafeteria. Hostel mess shall be managed by a Mess Committee consisting of the superintendent as Chairman, one assistant warden 6.3. nominated by the Principal/warden and four representatives of the residents two from each side (Boys/Girls) elected monthly in the first week of every month, in such manner as may be determined by the warden. A monthly statement showing the amount due from every resident will be submitted by the Mess Committee to the superintendent by the 5th of every month. No resident is permitted to have private cooking arrangement in the hostel. Residents are not allowed to take crockery and cutlery to their rooms. Dining Halls will remain open during the time fixed for each meal. Resident will not be entitled to demand food outside these hours. Residents attending the dining hall, common room and other such places shall be in proper dress.6.8. Servants belonging to the mess will be under the direct control of the superintendent.69. Residents must eat in the dining hall, which is run on self-service basis. Any person found ordering his meals in a room without the permission of the superintendent is liable to be fined or even expelled from the hostel. Common Room For the recreation of the residents there may be a common room in each hostel where arrangements would be made for indoor games. The management of the common room shall vest in a committee consisting of the superintendent as Chairman, one assistant warden nominated by the warden and the hostel secretary who will be elected by the residents. This committee will frame rules for the use of the common room, which will be subject to the approval of warden.

3.30.

4. 4.1.

6.4. 6.5. 6.6.

4.2. 4.3.

6.7. 5. 5.1. 5.2.

5.3.

7. 7.1.

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8. 8.1. 8.2. 8.3. Visitors Every hostel may be provided with a lounge where guests may be received. Serving of refreshments and meals in the lounge is not allowed, nor can it be used for games. No resident except with the permission of the warden, is allowed to keep a guest in the hostel during the night in exceptional circumstances. Guests permitted to stay in the hostel can dine in the dining hall and not in the student's room. Lady visitors (only mother and real sister) may be received in the lounge and not on any other part of the hostel. Prefects Each hostel will have two prefects nominated by the warden on the recommendation of the superintendent. The number of prefects may be increased or decreased according to the strength of the hostel at the discretion of warden. The duty of the prefects will be to help the hostel authorities in carrying out various aspects of residential life in such manner as they may be directed to do. The elected hostel secretary will be one of the hostel prefects.

REGULATIONS FOR MPHIL


1. 1.1. 1.2. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 3. 3.1. Eligibility Sixteen years of schooling or 4 years education after F.A. / F. Sc. (130 credit hours) will be compulsory for admission in M.Phil / M.S Program. At least 50% score in GAT(NTS) in subject where GRE/NTS is not available, the test will be conducted by the University. Procedure for Application, Admission and Registration The University will advertise M. Phil. admission program. An applicant desirous of seeking admission to M. Phil program shall apply on a prescribed form within the due date after the advertisement for admission. All applications received shall be scrutinized for eligibility by the M. Phil. Committee Admission Criteria Merit for admission shall be determined: A. Academic Qualification

8.4. 8.5.

9. 9.1.

B. C. D. E.

Certificate/Degree Matric FA/FSc BA/BSc MA/MSc (Specified Subject) Professional Experience (In the relevant field. One mark for each year) Publications (In HEC approved journals. One mark for each publication) Admission Test (Marks obtained to be calculated out of 40) Interview Total

Marks 40 1st class 2nd class 5 3 5 3 10 7 20 15 5 5 40 10 100

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3.2. 3.3. M.Phil admission will be made on merit depending upon the seats available in the Department. On the recommendation of the M.Phil Committee and Board of Studies, the Vice Chancellor will grant final approval of the admission of applicants found suitable for studies to M.Phil Course Credit A minimum 30 credit hours (24 credit hour for course work and 06 credit hours for thesis) are required for M. Phil degree program. Depending upon the nature of course, a course may range from 01 credit hour to 04 credit hours. One credit hour stands for at least 01 hour class contact per week per semester. For practical / laboratory work 3 hours shall be considered equivalent to one credit hour. Considering the needs, the department, in addition to compulsory courses, may initiate non-credit course/s like Computer Application in Research or Communication Skills or English Language Competence or any other deficiency course. Course Workload and Change of Course A regular student will be required to take a minimum of 12 credit hours in each regular semester. The maximum work load of a student per semester will be 16 credit hours. No student shall give up or change an optional / elective course with the written approval of Director / Chairman of the program. The time period for such a change will be seven days from the commencement of the semester. Class attendance The minimum attendance requirement to appear in any end of semester test / UQE will be 75% of the total credit hours. performance of the students of his class and for the award of grades to them on the basis of evaluation. The weightage of the sessional work and summative test will be as follows: a. Sessional Work I) Mid Term Test 20 Marks ii) Assignments / 30 Marks 60 Mark Presentation iii) Class Participation 05 Marks iv) Class Attendance 05 Marks (90-100% =05 Marks) (80-89% = 02 Marks) b. End of semester Test. 40Marks Total 100 Marks GPA / CGPA for Promotion and Award of Degree A student must obtain grade C- to pass a course in a semester. At the end of the first semester a student must obtain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 to be promoted to the second semester. In case a student is able to obtain GPA of 2.3 or more but less than 2.5, he / she will be promoted to the second semester on probation. The candidate who fails to secure 2.3 GPA in the first semester shall stand automatically dropped from the rolls. At the end of 2nd semester a student has to obtain GPA 2.5 to sit in the University Qualifying Examination. A student who obtains CGPA < 2.5 but > 2.3 may repeat up to a maximum of two courses to improve CGPA 2.5. A student must obtain a minimum CGPA 2.5 for award of degree. Semester Test and Examination In the end of semester examination, minimum of 20% of the course covered in the mid term must be included. There shall be no choice in questions in the mid term and end of

6.2.

4. 4.1.

4.2. 4.3.

4.4.

7. 7.1. 7.2.

7.3. 5. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3.

7.4.

7.5. 8. 8.1. 8.2.

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8.3. semester examination papers. The mid term examination shall be conducted after eight weeks of the commencement of the semester. The end of semester examination shall be held at the end of the semester. The teacher shall keep the papers and assignments of a course in his custody for one year or till the notification of the result, which ever is earlier. In case a student is not satisfied with his / her award even after checking his answer book or clarification from the teacher, he may apply to the Chairman / Director / Principal for rechecking. University Qualifying Examination The UE Examination Department under the academic guidance of the Division concerned will conduct UQE after successful completion of the course work. The UQE will consist of three papers covering all courses. In the University Qualifying Examination a student must obtain a minimum of 50% marks to pass a course Duration of Examinations a) Mid Term examination b) End of semester examination 12. Maintenance of Examination Record The teacher concerned shall prepare four copies of the award list. He / she will retain one copy with him / her; and send one copy each to the Principal / Director concerned. He will also display a copy of the result on the Notice Board. All the examinations will be conducted and administered by the Departmental Examination Committee*. The Director of the Division will send the result of each semester to the Controller of Examination with in two weeks of the completion of the semester examination. * Note: In case where Departmental Examination Committee does not exit, Division will conduct the examination. Unfair Means Cases Unfair Means Cases will be reported to concerned committee for necessary action. Incomplete Grade on Medical Grounds In case a candidate is unable to appear in part or whole of the (Mid-Term / Final) Examination of a Semester on medical grounds, he may be allowed to appear in the examination (Mid Term / Final) to be arranged by the Department / Institution / College, with the permission of Director / Principal provided: i) She / he fulfils the condition of having attended the prescribed number of lectures as laid down in Regulation 7.1. ii) She / he is admitted as patient in a recognized hospital or if he / she is not hospitalized, the candidate will be examined by the University Medical Officer. Such a candidate will be given incomplete Grade ('I' Grade). She/He will be required to appear in the special examination of the Semester to be held within two weeks of the completion of the semester.

8.4.

8.5.

9. 9.1.

13.

9.2.

14.

10.

One and half hour during class period Two to Three hours examination

11.

Assignments Each course will carry varied type of assignments in a semester. Review of latest published research articles / books, writing Reflective Journals and preparing Course Portfolios would be compulsory. The teacher will provide a detail of approved course outline to the student on the very first day of the class meeting.

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15.

Grading System Marks, Letter Grade and Grade points Marks in % 85 and above 80-84 75-79 70-74 65-69 60-64 55-59 50-54 Less than 50 Letter Grade A AB+ B BC+ C CFail Grade Points 4.00 3.70 3.30 3.00 2.70 2.30 2.00 1.70 0.00

16. 16.1.

16.2.

M. Phil Thesis After successful completion of the course work and UQE the student will carry out research in 2nd year and will submit thesis to the Department / Division for evaluation. The thesis committee for each candidate would be comprised of following members subject to the condition that they hold doctoral degree in the discipline concerned and are not below the rank of Assistant Professor. 1 Thesis Supervisor Chairperson 2 Director / Principal Member 3 External Examiner Member In case the Director / Principal is the Chairman of the Thesis Committee, the next senior professor of the concerned Division would be the member.

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IMPORTANT UNIVERSITY CONTACTS


PROFESSOR DR. FIAZ UL HASAN Vice Chancellor 042-99262223-4 vc@ue.edu.pk Dr. Aashiq Hussain Dogar Registrar 042-99262227 registrar@ue.edu.pk Dr. Aashiq Hussain Dogar Controller of Examinations 042-99262211 controller@ue.edu.pk Dr. Muhammad Mansha Director, Quality Enhancement Cell 042-99262225 directorqec@ue.edu.pk Mian Muhammad Arif Treasurer 042-99262229 treasurer@ue.edu.pk

Dr. Mubasher Nadeem Director, Directorate of Research dr@ue.edu.pk

Bashir Ahmad Ch Additional Director Admin 042-99262228

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PROGRAMS OFFERED BY UE DIVISIONS AND CAMPUSES


Attock Campus
BEd Elementary MEd MA English MA Education MA Education MA English MA Urdu

Jauharabad Campus
BEd Elementary BEd Secondary BBA Hons

DG Khan Campus
BEd Elementary BEd Secondary BEd (Hons) MEd MA Education MA English

MEd MBA MA English MA Education

Multan Campus
BEd Elementary BEd Secondary BEd (Hons) BS IT BBA (Hons)

Faisalabad Campus
BEd Elementary BEd Secondary BEd (Hons) Elementary MEd

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MEd MA Education MA English MSc IT MBA MBA (Executive) MEd Special Education MBA MA Education MA Special Education BFA MA English MA Urdu

Vehari Campus
BEd Elementary BEd Hons MEd MA English MA Education

Bank Road Campus


BBA (Hons) BEd Hons BFA BEd Elementary BEd Secondary BEd ECE MEd MA English MA Education MA Urdu MBA MSc Mathematics

Lower Mall Campus and Division of Arts & Social Sciences


BEd Elementary BEd Secondary BEd Special Education BEd Hons BBA Hons MEd

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MA History MPhil Education BS (Hons) Zoology BS (Hons) Botany BS (Hons) Physics BS IT MSc IT MSc Chemistry MSc Mathematics MSc Physics MPhil Mathematics

Okara Campus
BEd Elementary BEd (Hons) Elementary BBA (Hons) BS (Hons) Botany BS (Hons) Chemistry BS (Hons) Mathematics BS IT MEd MA English MA Education MA Education (L & M) MSc Mathematics MBA MPhil Education MPhil Botany

Township Campus, and Division of Education


BEd Elementary MEd BEd Hons MA Education MA Education (L&M) MPhil Education PhD Education

Division of Science and Technology


BS (Hons) Chemistry BS (Hons) Mathematics

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CONTACT DETAILS OF UE DIVISIONS AND CAMPUSES


Division of Arts & Social Sciences Lower Mall Campus, Lahore Division of Education Township Campus, Lahore Division of Science & Technology Attock Campus Bank Road Campus, Lahore DG Khan Campus Faisalabad Campus Juharabad Campus Multan Campus Okara Campus Vehari Campus
Tel: 092-042-37116758; Fax: 092-042-37116758 directordoarss@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-042-37116758; Fax: 092-042-37116758 principallmc@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-042-99262235; Fax: 092-042-99262235 directordoe@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-042-99262231; Fax: 092-042-99262235 Principaltownship@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-042-99262232; Fax: 092-042-99262232 directordost@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-057-9316346; Fax: 092-057-9316349 principalatk@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-042-37313063; Fax. 092-042-37324270 principalbkr@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-064-9260384; Fax: 092-064-2460021 principaldgk@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-041-9200532; Fax: 092-041-9200320 principalfsd@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-0454-920129; Fax: 092-0454-920129 principaljbd@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-061-9210186; Fax: 092-061-9210186 principalmul@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-0442-552399; Fax: 092-044-552399 principalokara@ue.edu.pk Tel: 092-067-3362267; Fax: 092-067-3366108 principalveh@ue.edu.pk

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University of Education, Okara Campus


SamadPura Road, Okara, Ph. # 0442-552399, Fax. # 0442-528266 Web Site: ue.edu.pk