Sindh Rejects HEC's Decision to Scrap Two-Year Degrees

Sindh Rejects HEC’s Resolution to Scrap Two-Yr Levels

The Sindh authorities is at odds with the HEC as soon as once more. This time over the Greater Training Fee’s (HEC) new coverage that abolished two-year bachelors’ applications throughout the nation.

The HEC had introduced in November final yr that two-year BA and BSc levels will not be accepted by the Fee after 2020. It meant that college students enrolled in two-year applications earlier than December 31, 2018, can be allowed to finish their levels till December 2020. Nevertheless, these enrolled later won’t be granted their levels.


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The choice had induced an outcry with college students and educationalists, calling for the cancellation of the notification on this regard in a collection of protests throughout the nation.

Taking motion on the matter, the Sindh authorities rejected this determination and ordered varsities throughout the province to proceed the two-year levels.


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“Greater than 270,000 college students can be unable to get levels by means of this coverage,” Adviser to Chief Minister on Universities and Boards, Nisar Khuhro, mentioned.

The provincial authorities additionally opposed the schooling fee’s determination to get rid of the requirement of an M.Phil diploma for admissions in Ph.D. applications.

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