The College of Karachi (KU) has determined to proceed its two-year diploma packages primarily based on a ruling by its Educational Council on Thursday.
The choice was made in an essential assembly of the council chaired by KU’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Khalid Mahmood Iraqi to debate the two-year affiliate diploma program proposed by the Greater Schooling Fee (HEC).
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The council additionally shaped a committee for the phase-wise implementation of its two-year affiliate diploma and four-year BS packages.
The committee comprised of Professor Dr. Anila Amber Malik, Professor Dr. Intikhab Ulfat, Professor Dr. Samina Saeed, Professor Dr. Maqsood Ali Ansari, Professor Dr. Taseer Ahmed Khan, and Professor Dr. Nadeem Mahmood.
Karachi College Resumes Two-Yr Diploma Packages
Final yr, the HEC had directed all the private and non-private universities and their affiliated schools to abolish their two-year BA/BSc diploma packages. Nevertheless, a number of months in the past, KU had determined to proceed enrolling college students in two-year BA/BSc diploma packages.