SU awards 6 PhD and 39 MPhil degrees, announces admissions
News

SU awards 6 PhD and 39 MPhil degrees, announces admissions

Screen Shot 2021 06 21 at 20.10.05

The Board of Advanced Studies and Research of the University of Sindh  in its 139th meeting held on Monday awarded 6 PhD and 39 M.Phil degrees.

The BASR meeting chaired by the SU Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro who approved to award PhD Degrees to Kashif Memon and Kamran Malik in Mathematics, Shahnawaz Thebo in Zoology, Muhammad Ismail in Information Technology, Feroza in Botany and Malik Alamgir in Chemistry.

The BASR also approved to award 39 M. Phil degrees to students who successfully completed their researches in different departments.

Meanwhile, the SU administration has offered online registration for admissions to MS, M.Phil & PhD degree programs for the academic year 2021 to those candidates who are interested to be enrolled but their results have not been announced so far by the different varsities.

According to the SU spokesman, such candidates can also submit their online applications for admissions to MS, M.Phil and PhD degree programs by Tuesday whose examination results are to be announced within a few days.

He said that the candidates will find a digital challan generated at the time of filling online admission form which must be deposited in any branch of HBL as it is application processing fees.

According to the spokesperson, those aspirants who want to seek admission to M. Phil can take part in the entrance test by submitting the online form without submitting the last degree mark sheets, but they will be bound to submit the same before the holding of the interviews, so that their admissions may be finalized.

Candidates seeking admission to MS, M.Phil and Ph.D. are being given the last chance to register online till Tuesday whereas the date will not be extended further

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “SU awards 6 PhD and 39 MPhil degrees, announces admissions”

Your email address will not be published.