AIOU to hold FSc autumn semester exams from June 26


    Islamabad,  Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) is going to organize FSc exams for the Autumn 2013 semester from June 26. The announcement was made by AIOU controller of exams Hamid Khan Niazi. The foresaid exams will be organized at centre number 145 (Govt. College of Science, Wahdat Road, Lahore), exam centre number 199 (Govt. Islamia College, Sargodha Road, Faisalabad) and exam centre number 185 (AIOU Lab, Islamabad) from June 26 to July 11.
     
    There would be two groups and practical exams of the first group will be started from 9am to 12pm, while the papers of second group will be started from 2pm to 5pm. In this regard the roll number slips have already been dispatched to the enrolled students. For further information, students can contact the AIOU officel Abid Hussain Satti on his telephone numbers 051-9250051, and 051-9057648.
     
    AIOU has a vast network of regional centers across the country which is providing educational services in Pakistan in the Middle East. AIOU is a Distance Education institution which is offering multi-disciplinary education from basic to doctoral level programs.
     
    The university has established 36 regional campuses and centers across the country to manage and facilitate efficient system of education of the university. The qualified teachers and experts of several fields of study in their area and the university hire them as part-time tutors. Each group of students is assigned to a tutor for guidance.
     
    AIOU already has 36 to 40 campuses all over the country, the number of these campuses will be increased to 39 within this year, the VC added. He appreciated the gesture of some public representatives and well-to-do people who had offered land to the university free of cost for building new campuses and study centers in various regions.
     
     

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