University of the Punjab issues the schedule for opening university for M.Phil and Ph.D scholars. In this regard, the university has also imposed some restrictions. The aspirants without face mask and gloves will not be permitted to enter the university premises.
Imposed Restrictions For Entry in University
The University has call upon M.Phil and Ph.D classes and examinations schedule from the heads of all departments till tomorrow. As per the rules made by PU, the students will be banned from entering the university without face masks and gloves. On the other hand, the varsity has directed each department to ensure the provision of sanitizers and hand wash.
The Registrar of Punjab University Dr. Khalid Khan has issued the letter in this regard. Each department will be required to submit the names and data of M.Phil and Ph.D scholars' classes to the RO office.
PU Announces M.Phil And Ph.D Classes Schedule
The university has also announced the classes schedule for M.Phil and Ph.D students. The University will conduct classes of the respective disciplines only fifteen days in one month.
Entry Passes For PU Students
Punjab University entry passes will be issued as well to the aspirants after submission of schedule by the departments. The scholars doing science work in laboratories will be permitted as well to come to the university.
HEC To Introduced Competency-Based Undergraduate Education
On the other hand, HEC has also decided to change the syllabus of BS Honors degrees in government and private sector universities. The aspirants will be taught a curriculum based on academic session in the first semester, whereas the students registered in a professional degree will also have the option to change their degree. The decision of introducing Competency-based curriculum has been taken by Higher education commission of Pakistan.
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For this purpose, HEC made consultation along with one thousand stakeholders for the preparations of curriculum. The new curriculum will be implemented in affiliated colleges including universities across the country.