- Sindh had earlier rejected HEC’s choice to abolish 2-year diploma progamme.
- Sindh says college students will probably be accountable in the event that they take admission in any unlawful out phased-out programme.
- Contemporary college students can get admission in four-year BS programme supplied via recognised campuses.
The Sindh authorities has apparently taken again its choice of recognising the two-year diploma programme after it had rejected the Greater Training Fee’s(HEC) choice to abolish the diploma programme.
The faculty schooling division, in a discover issued on April 5, mentioned in case of admissions in unlawful and phased-out programmes, the scholars could be answerable for all dangers and prices or any related loss incurred for the standard BA, BSc, and BCom programmes after December 31, 2018.
The discover mentioned the rejection of the two-year BA, BSc, and BCom programmes by any establishment was not the accountability of the faculty schooling division, which had taken the choice in compliance with the excessive court docket’s orders.
The division introduced that with impact from March 31, universities had been given a grace interval of three months to conclude the ultimate examinations of the BA, BSc, and BCom programmes, clarifying that any examination concluded earlier than March 31 could be thought of for the yr 2020.
The deadline for admissions to the ultimate cohort of the MA, MSc, and MCom programmes has additionally been prolonged to March 31 so the ultimate cohort of the BA, BSc, and BCom college students can apply for admissions.
BA, BSc, and BCom degree-holders have been allowed to use for admissions within the third yr or fifth semester of the BS programme, topic to the completion of a bridging semester or any further course necessities that the college might impose.
Any scholar who misses the deadline to get right of entry to the MA, MSc, or MCom programme can apply to the third yr or fifth semester of the BS programme, which is a far superior choice.
Contemporary college students could be admitted instantly in a four-year BS programme supplied via recognised campuses and constituent and affiliated faculties instead of the previous BA, BSc, and BCom programmes.