Admissions: Admission Notice for PU 2 Years Masters Program

Punjab University has announced admissions in its 2 years M.A/M.Sc programs for 2010. University is offering admissions in both New and Old campuses. University is offering admissions in following disciplines.

Allama Iqbal Campus (Old):
M.A: Kashmir Studies, Persian, Punjabi, Urdu, Art & Design & College of Banking & Finance.
M.Sc: Information Technology, Geographical Information System, Sports Sciences.

Quaid-e-Azam Campus (New):
M.A: Administrative Sciences, Archaeology, Hailey College of Commerce, English, Sociology, Gender Studies, History, Islamic Studies, Library & Information Science, Communication Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Special Education, Arabic, French & Social Work.
M.Sc: Applied Psychology, Biochemistry & Biotechnology, Botany, Chemistry, Coal Technology, Economics, Environmental Sciences, Georaphy, Mathematics, Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, Computational Physics, Space Sciences, Physics, Statistical & Actuarial Sciences, Integrated Mountain Research, Seismology & Zoology.

How to Apply:
Application forms shall be available from August 18, 2010 at all concerned departments. Dully filled forms should be submitted before August 30, 2010. 

Eligibility Criteria:
Candidates with 14 years of education can apply if they have at least 2nd division. 50% seats are reserved for Punjab University students and 50% are for open merit. 


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