The Punjab University (PU) has begun registration for MA and MSc (private) annual exams in 2023 for applicants who passed BA and BSc exams this year or earlier.
According to the details, PU is offering a broad range of disciplines in which candidates may sit for exams as private candidates without being regular students of the university. With the help of private exams, candidates with busy schedules can graduate without compromising their daily routine.
Here is all you need to about PU’s MA and MSc (private) Exams 2023:
- Candidates must have passed BA or BSc in 2022 or earlier.
- Candidates having a diploma or A-level degree have to submit an IBCC equivalency certificate or a NOC from the relevant board.
How to Apply
- Candidates can apply via PU’s registration portal.
- After registration, candidates are required to submit hard copies of the registration form, CNIC/B-form, educational documents, and original fee receipt to the PU’s registration branch before the deadline, which is mentioned below.
The last date to register for MA or MSc (private) exams is 31 January 2023.
The fees, including late and double fees, that candidates must pay as a penalty if the deadline expires are listed below:
|Single Fee (within the deadline)||Rs. 5,280||1 December 2022 to 31 January 2023|
|Late Fee||Rs. 6,280||1 February to 28 February 2023|
|Double Fee||Rs. 10,560||1 March to 15 May 2023|
Following are the subjects in which candidates can appear as private candidates for MA or MSc:
- Islamic Studies
- Political Science
Any regular candidate who left the university and now wishes to reapply for admission as a private student may do so by providing the previous registration number by paying Rs. 100 in PU’s HBL account for a duplicate registration card.