Higher Education Commission (HEC) in Pakistan banned approximately 450 different programs offered by 180 universities in different categories. These universities are both private and government sector and are accused of not fulfilling the criteria of higher education commission.
The banned programs of universities are Masters, PhDs, as well as M.Phil levels. In this regard, a notification has also been issued by the commission on its official website and in the national newspaper for the as aspirants as well as the parents to beware of these programs before registering into them.
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The higher education commission announced that it will not be accepting the degrees issued of the banned programs, that’s why the aspirants must be careful at the time of admissions to avoid any trouble in the future.
Two higher educational institutes have been banned as well by the commission including the Chakwal University and the Imperial College of Business Studies Lahore.
Higher education commission also refused to attest as well as verify the degrees got from these universities.
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The higher education commission warned against the registration in these programs to the aspirants as well as their parents.
The two above mentioned educational institutes are banned due to the complaints about the irregularities in the educational as well as the managerial affairs and refused to verify or attest the degrees of the mentioned varsities.
The best thing about the whole situation is that the Higher Education Commission announces and informs the general public regarding its actions and activities which further results in keeping parents and the students posted regarding the institutes and relieves them from future issues, saving their time, money, their resources and also their efforts.