The College of Karachi (KU) is contemplating changing its 16-year Grasp’s program right into a 16-year Bachelor’s program.
The KU had consulted with its authorized group that was headed by the Supreme Court docket lawyer, Shoaib M Ashraf, and made this suggestion in a report issued by a committee shaped by its educational council.
The authorized group offered its recommendations to the five-member committee comprising Professors Anila Akbar Malik, Nasiruddin Khan, Zaheer Qasmi, and Naeem Khalid, and headed by Professor Jamil Kazmi. In accordance with the authorized group, the Increased Training Fee (HEC) won’t acknowledge two-year levels even when KU continues to subject them.
“The involved authority (HEC) has authorized authority to take action beneath its act,” the group acknowledged.
It added that KU will not be able to problem the HEC’s determination in court docket and that it’s going to not even be capable to file a constitutional petition within the prime courts.
Contemplating these challenges offered by the authorized group, the committee submitted a report back to the KU registrar’s workplace.
The choice to transform a 16-year Grasp’s program right into a 16-year Bachelor’s program will come into impact after its approval by the affiliation committee within the diploma schools.