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Punjab University abolishes aggregate system
« on: March 13, 2009, 02:32:01 PM »
Punjab University abolishes aggregate system

LAHORE - In light of the continuous feedback of the students, the Punjab University Academic Council has decided to do away with the compulsory aggregate system at BA, BSc level. The Academic Council also decided to start supplementary examinations at MA, MSc level in order to save time of the candidates who fail in one or two papers.
The decision was taken in a meeting of the Punjab University Academic Council held in the auditorium of the Institute of Biochemistry & Biotechnology (IBB) on Thursday. Vice-Chancellor PU presided over the meeting while Deans of Faculties, Directors of Institutes and Heads of Departments also attended the meeting. The meeting also decided to revert to the annual system in MA, MSc except of those departments who wish to continue semester system and they have the required set-up, facilities and faculty in this regard.
The meeting also approved syllabi and courses of reading of various disciplines and approved the recommendations of Controller Examinations regarding elimination of 40 per cent aggregate in BA, BSc with immediate effect. Now at BA, BSc level, 33 marks out of 100 will be required to pass every paper.
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