HEC bans MS, MPhil admissions in university-affiliated colleges

 HEC bans MS, MPhil admissions in university-affiliated colleges

HEC bans MS, MPhil admissions in university-affiliated colleges

Islamabad: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has banned all colleges across the country from conducting MS and MPhil admissions.

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The regulator issued an alert to all university-affiliated colleges declaring that they can’t offer MS, MPhil or PhD degrees.

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It said it would no longer certify or attest such degrees. The Punjab higher education department has hinted at the possibility of starting MS and M.Phil. programmes in colleges.

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The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has said that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has announced fully-funded scholarships for Pakistani students.

The HEC scholarship also will be for students seeking to continue their studies at the diploma, bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D. levels in the KSA, the commission said.

“Students residing in Pakistan and legal residents of the Kingdom both can apply for these scholarships,” the education body said. According to the eligibility criteria for scholarships, the applicant must be a Pakistani or AJK national.

A total of 75% of students will awarded scholarships from Pakistan. While 25% scholarships will given to Pakistani students residing in the Kingdom. Men and women can apply for the programme. (read more)

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