AIOU places admission forms of all programs on website
ISLAMABAD: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has placed the admission forms of MS, M.Phil, MSc (Hons) and Ph.D admissions for the Semester Spring, 2014 on its website www.aiou.edu.pk.
This was announced by Dr. Hamid Khan Niazi, Director, Board of Advance Studies and Research (BASR), AIOU on Sunday.
Director BASR said that prospectus and admission forms can be downloaded from the website of the university and Rs.500 will be charged as processing fee. He said that last date for submission of admission form is January 31.
He further said that eligibility for Ph.D admissions is M.Phil first Division /3 GPA in the relevant subject and must have passed NTS GAT (Subject) test with 60 percent marks while eligibility for MS, M.Phil and MSc (Hons) is M.Sc second Division and must have passed NTS GAT (General) test with 50 percent marks.
Dr. Niazi said that NTS GAT (General/Subject) results are valid for two years. Students who have passed said test within this period and did not get admission can also apply, he asserted. He further said that NTS will conduct special test on January 19 for those who have not yet passed the test. Today (6th January, 2014) is last date for registration. For more detail the candidates may visit the NTS website www.nts.org.pk.
Director BASR said that the admissions of Ph.D Programmes (On MS/M.Phil Basis) would be offered in Distance, Non-Formal & Continuing Education, Secondary Teacher Education, Education Planning and Management (EPM), Special Education, Science Education and Agricultural Extension. He said that the admissions of MS/M.Phil Programs would be offered in Distance, Non-Formal & Continuing Education, Secondary Teacher Education, Educational Planning & Management (EPM), Special Education, Science Education, Computer Science, Statistics, Physics, Environmental Design, Urdu, Economics, Management Sciences and Pakistani Languages and Literature. He said that MSc (Hons) would be offered in rural Development, Live Stock Management and Agricultural Extension.