Institute of chemical sciences 126 prospectus year

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126 Prospectus Year 2015 Break-up of Seats Chart-1 shows the break-up of seats for admission to M.Phil./MS Program. Admission Criteria Eligibility and Merit A person holding M. Sc. Chemistry degree with at least 2 nd division under Annual System of Examination or CGPA 2.5/4.0 under Semester System of Examination and having passed the Entrance Test (Subject Based) conducted by the Institute as per admission requirement of HEC, securing at least 50% marks, will be eligible for admission to M. Phil./ MS program. Admission to each area of specialization would, however, be granted strictly in accordance with the merit policy of the university. Ph.D. Program The Institute also offers Ph.D. Program in various sub-disciplines of Chemistry. The applications for registration in this program may be submitted as per schedule announced by the University. Currently, more than fifty research scholars are working on different research projects under this program. Interested candidates may contact any faculty member for further information. Admission Criteria As per HEC policy. Institute of Chemical Sciences
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127 Prospectus Year 2015 Centre for Advanced Studies in Pure and Applied Mathematics Established 1975 Academic Programs BS (4-Year / 8-Semesters) (Morning & Evening) M.Sc. (2-Year / 4-Semesters) (Morning & Evening) MS/M.Phil. (2-Year / 4-Semesters) Ph.D. (4-Year) PGD (1-Year / 3-Semesters) Enrollment See the relevant chart at the end. Prerequisites i) BS (4-Year) Intermediate Examination (Pre-Engineering) or an equivalent examination recognized by the University with Mathematics as an elective subject ii) M.Sc. B.A./B.Sc. Examination with Mathematics A & B Courses, securing at least 45% marks in each subject (Math A & B), as well as in the aggregate of B.A./B.Sc iii) MS/M.Phil. i) M.Sc./BS (4-Year) Mathematics with at least 50% marks under annual system or CGPA 2.5/4.0 or 2.8/5.0 under semester system. Admission test (subject based) conducted by BZU. iv) Ph.D. MS/M.Phil. in Mathematics with a minimum CGPA of 3.0/4.0 and 4/5 under (semester system) or first division (under annual system) or equivalent degree in Physics, Engineering, Economics or Computer Science (with M.Sc./BS Mathematics) with a minimum CGPA of 3.0/4.0 under (semester system) or First Division (under annual system); Admission test (subject based) conducted by BZU. Faculty Associate Professor Dr. Nusrat Yasmin Director Dr. Muhammad Ashraf Assistant Professor Dr. Khalid Saifullah DSA Dr. Imran Javed Dr. Muhammad Asif Dr. Mudassar Nazar Dr. Usman Ali Dr. Fiza Zafar DDSA (Female) Dr. Syed Ahtsham-ul-Haq Bokhary DDSA (Male) Dr. Faisal Ali Ms. Saima Akram Dr. Amjad Ali Lecturer Mr. Muhammad Ibrahim Mrs. Razia Sultana (On Leave) Mrs. Safia Mirza (On Leave) Mr. Shahzad Ahmad Mr. Imran Khalid Introduction The Department of Mathematics, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan came into being with the establishment of the University in September, 1975. The Department progressed very rapidly and in 1985, it was upgraded as the Centre for Advanced Studies in Pure and Applied Mathematics (CASPAM). The Centre has now eleven teachers with Ph.D. degrees and six with MS/M.Phil. degree.
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