Karachi, University of Karachi has declared the schedule for Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) examination for regular students. The exams are starting from Monday December 24, 2012.
Official said that the examination for B.Com part 1 & 2 would start from Monday. The university arranged 35 examination centers in different departments for male candidates while 19 centers for female candidates in different colleges in the port city.
Around 9,729 male students and 7,314 female students were registered to take the B.Com Part-I exam, whereas 3,978 male candidates and 3,845 female candidates were registered for the B.Com Part-II exam.
Officials further said that all examinations would be conducted in afternoon between 2PM to 5PM.
The University of Karachi was established by an act of Pakistan parliament in June, 1951. The present campus, to which the University shifted in 1959, is spread over 1279 acres of land, situated 12 Km away from the city center.
Today University is recognized as a leading center of learning and research in the Subcontinent and in the Third World. A number of scientists and scholars affiliated with the University are working in important positions both within and outside Pakistan and have won gratitude and acclaim.
One of the institutes of the University has got the distinction of being made the Centre of the Third World Academy of Sciences. Students from several foreign countries are also pursuing for the Masters and Doctorate degrees. Because of high academic and research standards of the University a large number of students from Karachi and other parts of the country apply for admission here.
The University has started evening classes in several departments at BS and Masters Levels and a Directorate of Evening Program was established to control and run Evening Program.
At present teaching at the University campus is conducted under six faculties: Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Management & Administrative Sciences, Faculty of Engineering and Faculty of Pharmacy.
There are over 52 departments and 19 research institutes/ centers, which are imparting education to more than 24,000 students including students from foreign countries. The faculty comprises of more than 700 highly qualified and experienced teachers; many of them have obtained higher degrees from abroad and enjoy a high repute internationally. The non-teaching staff comprises more than 1700 people to help with administrative and other matters.