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M.

Com 2 - Years Program


M.Com. program of UCP is designed to fulfill the needs of commerce graduates fully capable of handling the matters related to Accounts, Finance, Audit, Taxation and Ban ing. !t is a t"o year rigorous program designed to e#uip students "ith the latest tools a$ailable in the field of commerce and business. The following are the main features of the Degree Program: Two-year Master Degree Program

%ecogni&ed #ualification Affordable fee structure 'xemptions offered by ACCA and !CMAP on the basis of M.Com. (egree Three speciali&ations )Accounting * Finance+, )Ban ing * Finance+ and ),uman %esource Management+ Computeri&ed Accounting, Finance and Auditing Teaching M.Com. Program (etails -./0ear Master (egree in Commerce 1/0ear study 23/semesters4 after B.Com. 2!T4 15 Courses of 5 credit hours 'ach and a pro6ect of 5 credit hours 71 Credit hour program as per ,'C re#uirements Three 8peciali&ations Accounting * Finance Ban ing * Finance ,uman %esource Management Ban ing * Finance (egree offered in collaboration "ith !BP T"o !BP super$ised internships in commercial ban s -1 lectures of professional ban ers each year 8tudents can do M89M.Phil. after M.Com. in t"o years 2a minimum of one and a half years4

%oadmap of M.Com. Course Code Semester 1 Cr. Hrs.

%'837-5 'C:3;.5 M%<T 3355 M=MT3315 ACCT3-.5

%esearch Methods in Business Managerial 'conomics Principles of Mar eting Principles of Management Ad$anced Financial Accounting Total

5 5 5 5 5 1

Course CodeSemester 2 >:=;?-5 >ogic and Critical Thin ing F!@C3115 Financial Management P%M!;355 Principles of %is Management and !nsurance ,%M;335 ,uman %esource Management ACCT;-75 Managerial Accounting '@T;3;5 'ntrepreneurship Total

Cr. Hrs. 5 5 5 5 5 5 1!

Course CodeSemester " C:MM3A15 '. Commerce F!@C;155 !n$estment and Portfolio Management :PM;3.5 :perations Management :rgani&ational Beha$ior :%=3;75 'lecti$e 'lecti$e Total

Cr. Hrs. 5 5 5 5 5 5 1!

Course CodeSemester # C:%P.?-5 Corporate =o$ernance BU8;3.5 !nternational Business M=MT;3;5 8trategic Management CUMM;.35 Presentation and Professional (e$elopment 'lecti$e 'lecti$e Total Pro$e%t Total Course Credit Hours 8peciali&ation courses are as follo"sB Accounting * Finance

Cr. Hrs. 5 5 5 5 5 5 -A " Credit Hours &2

Corporate Financial %eporting Taxation Management Ad$anced Audit Corporate %is Management Financial Modeling !nternational Financial Mar ets

Ban ing * Finance


Ban ing >a"s * Practice !slamic * Central Ban ing !nternational Ban ing * Trade Finance Pro6ect Appraisal and Credit Management Treasury Management Ban Financial Management Ban %is Management

,uman %esource Management


,uman %esource (e$elopment 8trategic ,%M :rgani&ational Planning Compensation Plans %ecruitment * 8election Training * (e$elopment

'ntry %e#uirements
B.Com. (2 years) Equivalent Qualification Admission Test (As required by HEC)

M. Phil. 2>eading to Ph.(.4 Program

M.Phil. is a t"o/year program 2can be completed in eighteen months4 leading to Ph.(. The program ma es up to -A years of study. The courses offered are in line "ith the ,'C re#uirements of M.Phil. ,ighly #ualified faculty members teach all courses. The follo"ing are main features of the programB

:ne year course "or of 13 credit hours 'ight courses of 5/credit hours each Four courses in each semester in first year %esearch "or 2thesis4 of -1/credit hours Total 5. credit hours for M.Phil. program 2as re#uired by ,'C4

M.Phil. 2Commerce4

Four compulsory courses out of the follo"ing six, each of 5 credit hours i.e. total -1 credit hours as gi$en belo"B Ad$anced %esearch Methodology Corporate =o$ernance 'conometrics !nferential 8tatistics !ssues in Contemporary Business Philosophy of 8ocial 8ciences Four courses from respecti$e Field of 8peciali&ation each of 5 credit hours i.e. -1 credit hours from the follo"ing list of courses and including the untaught compulsory coursesB Ad$anced Corporate Finance 'conometric Models Financial Modeling !nternational Trade and Finance !n$estment Portfolio Management !ssues in 'conomy of Pa istan Microfinance Performance Analysis and Management %esearch Applications in Commerce

8mall and Medium 'nterprise Management 8trategic Business Management 8trategic Financial Management Transnational Management Comprehensi$e 'xamination after completion of course re#uirements (issertation and its (efense -1 Credit ,ours Total Credit ,ours of the Program -1C-1C-1 D 5. Cr. ,rs.

Admission %e#uirement This program is an eighteen/year #ualification and a candidate #ualifies for admission after sixteen years of study. M. Com. 2-. years4 B.Com. / ,onors 2-. years4 BBA / ,onors B8/,onors in the rele$ant area :ther '#ui$alent Eualifications =AT =eneral and Admission Test 2As re#uired by ,'C4 !nter$ie" Ph.(. in Commerce Program Ph.(. program is offered according to the ,'C re#uirements. !t is research based program "ith -A credit hours course "or . 8tudents "ho ha$e completed -A years education in the rele$ant fields can apply in this program. After completion of courses students "ill ha$e to complete super$ised research in the related field. Admission %e#uirement M. Phil.9M89'#ui$alent degree9-A years #ualification Minimum 5.F C=PA in 8emester 8ystem9-st (i$ision in Annual 8ystem ;FG percentile score in =AT =eneral and Admission Test Ph.(. in Commerce

8ix courses of 5 credit hours each "ill be offered in first t"o hours.

semesters i.e. -A credit

%oadmap of Ph.(. in Commerce 8emester H !

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Course !

1. Course !! 1. Course I

5. Course !!! 5. Course I!

8emester H !! -. Course !I >ist of Ph.(. Courses


Ad$anced 8tatistical Applications in %esearch Ad$anced %esearch Methodology ApplicationsB Eualitati$e Ad$anced %esearch Methodology ApplicationsB Euantitati$e =lobal !ssues in the Field of %esearch Euantitati$e (ecision Ma ing in Professional Practices Ad$anced 'conometrics Building 8ustainable >eadership =lobal !ssues in ,uman %esource Management !ssues of !nterest Free Ban ing Ad$anced Financial Audit and Assurance Ad$anced Financial %eporting Current %esearch in Financial Accounting !nternational Finance >a" and Compliance !nternational 8upply Chain Management Multicultural Management !nno$ation Management 'ntrepreneurial Finance 'ntrepreneurial Mar eting !nternational Mar eting Ad$anced 8trategic Mar eting (eterministic Methods and Applications

8tochastic Methods and Application Classical and 'merging Paradigms of >eadership Models of :rgani&ational Change and Management JT: %egulations and >egal !mplications >egal 'n$ironment of Business in Pa istan MBA Programs for Professional Accountants This degree is specially designed for professional accountantsK it is only offered to fully #ualified professional accountants of !CAP, !CMAP, ACCA/U< and C!MA/U<.

*For details please contact the Faculty of Commerce, University of Central Punjab.

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Bachelor of Business Administration 2B.B.A.4 program organi&es its courses so that students learn basic business concepts and principles, get hands/on experiences in field/based pro6ects and apply both theory and logic to problem sol$ing. =raduates find employment in the "orld of business, commerce, go$ernment, and technology at the entry or intermediate le$els and mo$e rapidly to positions of greater responsibility.

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Applicants should ha$e minimum 1nd di$ision in ,igher 8econdary 8chool Certificate or e#ui$alent from ,'C recogni&ed !nstitute9Board. Applicants ha$ing LAM le$els or other foreign #ualifications must pro$ide an e#ui$alence certificate issued by !ntermediate Board Committee of Chairmen 2!BCC4.

P-1,-(M D)T(+*S

(uration 3 years @umber of Courses 3; Courses @umber of Credit ,ours -5; ,ours C=PA re#uired for the a"ard of the (egree 1.; minimum

C1/-S) M(T-+2
C:U%8' C:(' ,MT--A8C-.BU8-FC8C-AM=T-5,MT-3A8C-.1 C8C-3,MT--5 ACT-F,MT-31 ,MT--3 ,MT1-; ACT1F1 'C:1-M=T1FA8C-3,MT1-3 ,MT1-. F!@1F,MT11-915'C:11M<T1FC:U%8'8 C%'(!T ,:U%8 BA8!C '@=>!8, 5 BA8!C MAT,'MAT!C8 5 !@T%:(UCT!:@ T: 5 BU8!@'88 !T !@ BU8!@'88 5 8'>F MA@A='M'@T 8<!>>8 5 8:C!:>:=0 5 BU8!@'88 MAT,'MAT!C8 5 C:MPUT'% APP>!CAT!:@ T: 5 BU8!@'88 ! :%A> C:MMU@!CAT!:@ 5 P%!@C!P>'8 :F ACC:U@T!@=5 P80C,:>:=0 5 J%!T!@= 8<!>>8 5 BU8!@'88 C:MMU@!CAT!:@ 5 F!@A@C!A> ACC:U@T!@= 5 M!C%:'C:@:M!C8 5 P%!@C!P>'8 :F 5 MA@A='M'@T EUA@T!TAT!I' A@A>08!8 5 J%!T!@= %'8'A%C, 5 %'P:%T8 !@T'%P'%8:@A> 8<!>>8 5 !@T%:(UCT!:@ T: 5 BU8!@'88 F!@A@C' !8>AM!C * PA<!8TA@ 5 8TU(!'8 MAC%:'C:@:M!C8 5 P%!@C!P>'8 :F MA%<'T!@= 5

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M'( M(ST)-S +0 '/S+0)SS (DM+0+ST-(T+10 Master of Business Administration at !#ra Uni$ersity is e#ui$alent to a Masters in Philosophy and ma es you eligible to enter the three year Ph.(. programme. The di$ersity of this higher/ le$el programme reflects the strong integration of the uni$ersity and the corporate sector, "here e$ery single course has been shaped and reshaped to cater for the present and future business needs. !t offers considerable options to students, thereby ade#uately preparing them for a $ariety

of careers in both the public and pri$ate sectors. The speciali&ation courses allo" students to focus on the functional areas of their choice and see broader no"ledge in Mar eting, Finance, ,uman %esource Management, '/Business, Ban ing and !nformation Technology. 'ach MBA course has industry/integrated pro6ects, case studies and "or shops super$ised through the faculty "hich represent the top corporate heads and experts of rele$ant areas. Thus our graduates are "ell prepared to deal effecti$ely "ith complex and e$er/changing business en$ironment. )*+,+'+*+TY C-+T)-+( Applicants from ,'C recogni&ed uni$ersities 9 degree a"arding institutions "hich a"ard degrees on di$ision basis must ha$e a minimum of 1nd di$ision in the rele$ant field of study pro$ided the di$ision is mentioned on the (egree9 Transcript. Applicants from ,'C recogni&ed uni$ersities 9 degree a"arding institutions "hich a"ard degrees on C=PA basis must ha$e a minimum of 1.; C=PA on a scale of 3 in the rele$ant field of study as mentioned on (egree 9 Transcript. !f the institution is "or ing on a scale other than 3, the C=PA "ill be con$erted to a scale of 3. !nstitutions "hich mention both di$ision and C=PA on the (egree 9 Transcript must meet the abo$e re#uirement of 1.; C=PA on a scale of 3. The number of re#uired credit hours for the a"ard of a degree "ill be according to the policies of the ,igher 'ducation Commission. P-1,-(M D)T(+*S 31- 14 Y)(-S 13 SCH11*+0,5)D/C(T+10 6+TH 010--)*)7(0T '(C8,-1/0D5''( 9" Y)(-S: @umber of Courses 11CThesis @umber of Credit ,ours 2C Pre/re#uisites if any4 71 ,ours 31- 14 Y)(-S 13 SCH11*+0,5)D/C(T+10 6+TH -)*)7(0T '(C8,-1/0D M.C1M5'.C1M9# Y)(-S: @umber of Courses -.CThesis @umber of Credit ,ours 2C Pre/re#uisites if any4

;3 ,ours 31- 1# Y)(-S 13 SCH11*+0,5)D/C(T+10 @umber of Courses 1ACThesis @umber of Credit ,ours 2C Pre/re#uisites if any4 ?F ,ours C=PA re#uired for the a"ard of the (egree 1.; minimum C1/-S) M(T-+2 8T%'AM/AFT'% -3/0'A%8 :F '(UCAT!:@ 21A C:U%8'8 C T,'8!84 ?F C%'(!T ,:U%8 C1/-S) C1D) C1/-S)S Credit Hours ,MT5-7 BU8!@'88 '@=>!8, 5 ,MT3-1 MA@='%!A> C:MMU@!CAT!:@ 5 A8C5.- BU8!@'88 MAT,8 A@( 8TAT!8T!C8 5 M=T55- 8'>F MA@A='M'@T 8<!>>8 5 BU85F- !@T%:(UCT!:@ T: BU8!@'88 5 C8C5A- !T F:% MA@A='%8 5 !@F3F- '88'@T!A> F:% !8>AM!C F!@A@C' 5 A8C3.- 8TAT!8T!CA> !@F'%'@C' F:% MA@A='%8 5 M=T3F- P%!@C!P>'8 :F MA@A='M'@T 5 ACT3F- ACC:U@T!@= F:% MA@A='%8 5 M<T3F- P%!@C!P>'8 :F MA%<'T!@= 5 'C:33- BU8!@'88 'C:@:M!C8 5 F!@3F- F!@A@C' F:% MA@A='%8 5

M=T;15 ,UMA@ %'8:U%C' MA@A='M'@T 5 M<T;-- MA%<'T!@= MA@A='M'@T 5 ACT35- C:8T A@( MA@A='M'@T ACC:U@T!@= 5 M=T;-- :%=A@!NAT!:@A> B',AI!:% 5 8CM;1- 8UPP>0 C,A!@ MA@A='M'@T 5 M=T.?- MA@A='M'@T 8C!'@C' 5 F!@.-1 F!@A@C!A> MA@A='M'@T P:>!C0 5 BU8.-1 A(IA@C'( %'8'A%C, M'T,:(8 5 'C:.F- 'C:@:M!C A@A>08!8 F:% MA@A='M'@T 5 8P'C!A>!NAT!:@ H ! 5 M=T.?1 EUA@T!TAT!I' T'C,@!EU'8 !@ A@A>08!8 5 M<T..1 8T%AT'=!C MA%<'T!@= MA@A='M'@T 5 M=T.3- 8T%AT'=!C MA@A='M'@T 5 8P'C!A>!NAT!:@ H !! 5 8P'C!A>!NAT!:@ H !!! 5 BU87-- T,'8!8 P%:P:8A> 5 BU87-1 MBA T,'8!8 2(efence4 5 ST-)(M-2 ;(3T)- 14-Y)(-S 13 )D/C(T+10 6+TH 010--)*)7(0T '(C8,-1/0D< 22 C1/-S)S = TH)S+S &2 C-)D+T H1/-S C1/-S) C1D) C1/-S)S Credit Hours !@F3F- '88'@T!A> F:% !8>AM!C F!@A@C' 5 A8C3.- 8TAT!8T!CA> !@F'%'@C' F:% MA@A='%8 5

M=T3F- P%!@C!P>'8 :F MA@A='M'@T 5 ACT3F- ACC:U@T!@= F:% MA@A='%8 5 M<T3F- P%!@C!P>'8 :F MA%<'T!@= 5 'C:33- BU8!@'88 'C:@:M!C8 5 F!@3F- F!@A@C' F:% MA@A='%8 5 M=T;15 ,UMA@ %'8:U%C' MA@A='M'@T 5 M<T;-- MA%<'T!@= MA@A='M'@T 5 ACT35- C:8T A@( MA@A='M'@T ACC:U@T!@= 5 M=T;-- :%=A@!NAT!:@A> B',AI!:% 5 8CM;1- 8UPP>0 C,A!@ MA@A='M'@T 5 M=T.?- MA@A='M'@T 8C!'@C' 5 F!@.-1 F!@A@C!A> MA@A='M'@T P:>!C0 5 BU8.-1 A(IA@C'( %'8'A%C, M'T,:(8 5 'C:.F- 'C:@:M!C A@A>08!8 F:% MA@A='M'@T 5 8P'C!A>!NAT!:@ H ! 5 M=T.?1 EUA@T!TAT!I' T'C,@!EU'8 !@ A@A>08!8 5 M<T..1 8T%AT'=!C MA%<'T!@= MA@A='M'@T 5 M=T.3- 8T%AT'=!C MA@A='M'@T 5 8P'C!A>!NAT!:@ H !! 5 8P'C!A>!NAT!:@ H !!! 5 BU87-- T,'8!8 P%:P:8A> 5 BU87-1 MBA T,'8!8 2(efence4 5 ST-)(M-"

;(3T)- 14-Y)(-S 13 )D/C(T+10 6+TH -)*)7(0T '(C8,-1/0D< 14 C1/-S)S = TH)S+S # C-)D+T H1/-S ''( # Y)(-S5+CM(5C(5M.C1M5M( 9)>3:5M.C1M C:U%8' C:(' C:U%8'8 Credit ,ours ,MT5-7 BU8!@'88 '@=>!8, 5 ,MT3-1 MA@='%!A> C:MMU@!CAT!:@ 5 A8C5.- BU8!@'88 MAT,8 A@( 8TAT!8T!C8 5 !@F3F- '88'@T!A> F:% !8>AM!C F!@A@C' 5 A8C3.- 8TAT!8T!CA> !@F'%'@C' F:% MA@A='%8 5 8CM;1- 8UPP>0 C,A!@ MA@A='M'@T 5 M=T.?- MA@A='M'@T 8C!'@C' 5 F!@.-1 F!@A@C!A> MA@A='M'@T P:>!C0 5 BU8.-1 A(IA@C'( %'8'A%C, M'T,:(8 5 'C:.F- 'C:@:M!C A@A>08!8 F:% MA@A='M'@T 5 8P'C!A>!NAT!:@ H ! 5 M=T.?1 EUA@T!TAT!I' T'C,@!EU'8 !@ A@A>08!8 5 M<T..1 8T%AT'=!C MA%<'T!@= MA@A='M'@T 5 M=T.3- 8T%AT'=!C MA@A='M'@T 5 8P'C!A>!NAT!:@ H !! 5 8P'C!A>!NAT!:@ H !!! 5 BU87-- T,'8!8 P%:P:8A> 5 BU87-1 MBA T,'8!8 2(efence4 5

M Phil M(ST)- 13 PH+*1S1PHY +0 )D/C(T+10 The field of education in Pa istan is yet to come into its o"n as a professional field. The people associated "ith and "or ing for the system of education need to be professionally competent, no"ledgeable about the ne" trends and changes and, abo$e all, ali$e to the demand of #uality. 8imilarly, the programs of preparing teachers for schools need to be loo ed afresh, not only in respect of #uality assurance, but also to meet the need to remain abreast of the ongoing but unprecedented expansion in the realm of no"ledge. Jith the introduction of technology in education, the educational scene has experienced a dramatic change ma ing the planning and designing of learning en$ironments and experiences in the school an inescapable need. Application of technology in educational setting has opened up limitless possibilities in curriculum planning, designing and deli$ery. 8elf learning for both students and teachers is no longer a "ish, but a necessity. The programs of teacher education should be attuned to the need of producing effecti$e and better teachers "ho can meet the challenges of a rapidly progressing and changing "orld. !#ra Uni$ersity through its Faculty of 'ducation and >earning 8ciences, proposes to meet the challenge by eeping in $ie" both the ne" pedagogical de$elopments and the application of ne" practices in the indigenous setting of our schools. )*+,+'+*+TY C-+T)-+( Master degree in 'ducation or -. years of schooling in a rele$ant discipline "ith a minimum of 1nd (i$ision Applicants from ,'C recogni&ed uni$ersities 9 degree a"arding institutions "hich a"ard degrees on C=PA basis must ha$e a minimum of 1.; C=PA on a scale of 3 in the rele$ant field of study as mentioned on (egree 9 Transcript. !f the institution is "or ing on a scale other than 3, the C=PA "ill be con$erted to a scale of 3. !nstitutions "hich mention both di$ision and C=PA on the (egree 9 Transcript must meet the abo$e re#uirement of 1.; C=PA on a scale of 3. @T8 8core 2=AT H =eneral4 D ;F The number of credit hours needed to be completed for the a"ard of a degree "ill be according to the policies of the ,igher 'ducation Commission.. P-1,-(M D)T(+*S

(uration T"o years @umber of Courses -;/-A Courses plus thesis @umber of Credit ,ours 31/;- ,ours C=PA re#uired for the a"ard of the (egree 1.;minimum C:U%8' MAT%!P C:U%8' C:(' C:U%8' T!T>' C%'(!T ,%8. T'8> 5 APP>!'( >!@=U!8T!C8 5 !@T%:(UCT!:@ T: '(UCAT!:@A> %'8'A%C, M'T,:(8 5 A88'88M'@T :F >'A%@!@= C:MP'T'@C0 5 %'A(!@= !@ '(UCAT!:@ A8C..- EUA@T!TAT!I' %'8'A%C, M'T,:(8 5 '(U.5- P,!>:8:P,!CA> APP%:AC,'8 A@( !88U'8 !@ '(UCAT!:@. 5 '(U.51 8:C!:>:=0 :F '(UCAT!:@ 5 '(U.3'(UCAT!:@ !@ PA<!8TA@ 5 A8C..1 EUA>!TAT!I' %'8'A%C, M'T,:(8 5 '(U.55 A(IA@C' '(UCAT!:@A> P80C,:>:=0. 5 '(U.31 CU%%!CU>UM ('I'>:PM'@T 5 '(U.35 '(UCAT!:@ >'A('%8,!P A@( MA@A='M'@T 5 A8C.1- !CT !@ '(UCAT!:@ 'C:@:M!C8 :F '(UCAT!:@ 5 '(U.53 'C:@:M!C8 :F '(UCAT!:@ 5 '(U.33 !@C>U8!I' '(UCAT!:@ 5

'(U..5 %'8'A%C, P%:P:8A> 5 (!87FF T,'8!8 . M Phil '( M(ST)- 13 PH+*1S1PHY +0 '/S+0)SS (DM+0+ST-(T+10 The Master of Philosophy 2M.Phil4 Program is a t"o/year in/depth course of study that combines course"or and a masterQs dissertation. The Program aims to e#uip the candidate "ith a thorough understanding of the Principles of business theory and its application in $arious fields. !ts also aims to enable the candidate to thin systematically and to apply #uantitati$e methods to business problems =eneral Course"or %e#uirement The Minimum course"or re#uirement at !E%A is 5. credit hours of studies and a thesis. The course"or re#uirement of e$ery indi$idual enrolled in the M.Phil program differs in the area of speciali&ation based on his9her academic deficiency and the ,'C re#uirement Total courses to be completed is communicated to at the time of admission inter$ie" The program comprises three types of coursesB Core Methodologies Courses are mandatory for all students. 8tudents enrolled in he M.Phil Program must complete six core courses. 8peciali&ation Courses pro$ide broad no"ledge in each of the three fields or trac s 2Mar eting, Finance, and Management4and are mandatory. 8tudents enrolled in the M.Phil Program must complete three speciali&ation courses. 'lecti$e Courses gi$e students the opportunity to de$elop a rich and $aried bac ground, consistent "ith indi$idual preferences and needs. 8tudents are re#uired to ta e at least one electi$e course in some field other than their o"n speciali&ation area. P%:=%AM ('TA!>8 (uration 1 years @umber of Courses -F/-1 Courses Plus Thesis @umber of Credit ,ours 5./31 Cr. ,ours C=PA re#uired for the a"ard of the (egree 1.; minimum

)*+,+'+*+TY C-+T)-+( i. Follo"ing applicants are eligible for admission in an M.Phil ProgrammeB :ld MBA9MPA9M.com9!CMA9!CA9B.com 23 years4. BBA 3/year programme "ith a minimum of -5. credit hours. An applicant must ha$e a minimum 1nd di$ision or 1.; C=PA on a scale of 3. ii. Applicants from recogni&ed uni$ersalities 9 degree a"arding institutions "hich a"ard degree on di$ision basis must ha$e a minimum of 1nd di$ision in the rele$ant field of study pro$ided the (i$ision is mentioned on the (egree9Transcript. iii. Applicants from recogni&ed uni$ersities 9 degree a"arding institutions "hich a"ard degrees on C=PA basis must ha$e a minimum of 1.; C=PA on a scale of 3 in the rele$ant field of study as mentioned on (egree 9 Transcript. !f the institution is "or ing on a scale other than 3, the C=PA "ill be con$erted to a scale of 3. i$. !nstitutions "hich mention both di$ision and C=PA on the (egree 9 Transcript must meet either of the t"o conditions mentioned belo" C=PA of 1.; or abo$e 2on a scale of 34 :r -st (i$ision $. Applicants ha$ing a foreign degree are re#uired to pro$ide the e#ui$alence certificate from ,igher 'ducation Commission. $i. The number of re#uired credit hours for the a"ard of a degree "ill be according to the policies of the ,igher 'ducation Commission. $ii. @T8 8core 2=AT H =eneral4 D ;F C1/-S) M(T-+2 31- M.PH+* '/S+0)SS (DM+0+ST-(T+10 M.Phil 1 years Program 2-A 0ears of 'ducation4 Code Course @ame C%'(!T ,:U%8 A8C..- 8TAT!8T!CA> !@F'%'@C' 5 'C:.F- 'C:@:M!C A@A>08!8 5

M=T.?1 EUA@T!TAT!I' T'C,@!EU'8 !@ A@A>08!8 5 M=T75- P,!>:8:P,0 :F %'8'A%C, 5 8P'C!>!NAT!:@/- 5 BU8.-1 A(IA@C' %'8'A%C, M'T,:(:>:=0 5 M=T.?- MA@A='M'@T 8C!'@C'8 5 8P'C!>!NAT!:@/1 5 M=T.3- 8T%AT'=!C MA@A='M'@T 5 8P'C!>!NAT!:@/5 5 BU87--/1 T,'8!8/! 5 BU87--/1 T,'8!8/!! 5 PHD D1CT1-(T) 13 PH+*1S1PHY +0 )D/C(T+10 The students "ho successfully complete the course "or and maintain a =PA of 5.F in their courses "ill be eligible to recei$e admission in the Ph. ( program. The other condition for entry is passing of =%' test during the course of study. The candidate ha$ing successfully completed the t"o re#uirements of =PA and =%' "ill be admitted to the Ph. ( program. For students applying for direct admission to Ph(, -A years of 'ducation "ith an M.Phil in education or e#ui$alent thereof are the basic re#uirements. Further the applicant "ill ha$e to pass a departmental test and clearance of =%' during the course of studies. The first phase of the Ph. ( "or re#uires submission of a doctoral study plan. The doctoral study plan "ill be prepared under the guidance of the research ad$isor appointed by the departmental research committee for the candidate. The doctoral study plan "ill be dra"n in order to delimit the specific area of study in "hich the candidate desires to pursue research. The indi$idual study plan must identify and clearly communicate the follo"ingB Personal interest, ob6ecti$es and rele$ance of study program for en$isioned research "or . The specific domain of study, understanding of associate disciplines and issues pertaining to research. Oustification of the research and program of study from a practical point of $ie" as related to the

education system, issues and practices in the country. The independent study courses "ill be underta en under the super$ision of a member of the faculty "ho "ill also assess the performance of the candidate. !n addition, the student "ill underta e fi$e more courses. These courses "ill be arranged in the faculty and each course "ill carry a $alue of 5 credit hours. The successful completion of -A credit hours "ill ad$ance the candidate to the dissertation phase of the program. The doctoral dissertation "ill demonstrate the scholarship and research capabilities of the student, specifically, the studentQs ability to comprehend, interpret, analy&e and synthesi&e information. The student must also sho" a general understanding and grasp of the domain in "hich he9she is "or ing and should be "ell informed about literature relating to the field. ,is ability to apply research techni#ues to collect data, analy&e the information and discuss and generali&e results "ill be examined and e$aluated. The first re#uirement follo"ing the entry into dissertation phase is the selection of a suitable research topic and the preparation of a research proposal 2synopsis4, to be presented to and be appro$ed by the !#ra Uni$ersity Board of Ad$ance 8tudies and %esearch. !n case of M.Phil students recommended for con$ersion of M.Phil thesis to the Ph( le$el, an application duly recommended by the research ad$iser, the departmental research committee and the (ean "ill be for"arded to the BA8A% for appro$al. )*+,+*+'+*+TY M89M.Phil in the rele$ant field of study "ith 5 C=PA or B/=rade !n addition candidates must pass sub6ect =%' 2international4 test for admission in Ph(. !n disciplines "here this test is not a$ailable, the test "ill be de$eloped by the Uni$ersity or the candidate can opt for the test administered by the @T8. @T8 8core 2=AT H 8ub6ect4 D .F P-1,-(M D)T(+*S (uration 5 years @umber of Courses 7 Courses @umber of Credit ,ours 1- cr. ,rs Plus Thesis C=PA re#uired for the a"ard of the (egree 1.; minimum C:U%8' MAT%!P F:% P,.( !@ '(UCAT!:@ Courses 8tructure for Ph( in 'ducation

Ph( three /year Program Codes Course @ame Credit ,ours A8C7;1 J%!T!@= F:% %'8'A%C, * PUB>!CAT!:@ 5 '(U7.- !@T'%(!8C!P>!@A%0 8'M!@A% 5 '(U75- M:('%@ P,!>:8:P,!'8 :F '(UCA!:@ 5 '(U77- %'A(!@=8 F:% %'8'A%C, 5 A8C7;- 8TAT!8!CA> A@A>08!8 !@ %'8'A%C, 5 '(U771 A(IA@C'( %'8'A%C, M'T,:(8 5 '(U7F- %'8'A%C, P%:P:8A> 5 (!87F- (!88'%TAT!:@ -A C:MP%','@8!I' F PHD '( D1CT1-(T) 13 PH+*1S1PHY +0 '/S+0)SS (DM+0+ST-(T+10 The Ph.( program in Business Administration is a three/year in/depth course of study that combines course"or and a doctoral dissertation. !t is the highest research degree offered by !#ra Uni$ersity. The program aims to e#uip the candidates "ith a thorough understanding of the principles of business theory and its application in $arious fields. !t also aims to enable the candidate to thin systematically and apply #uantitati$e methods to business problems. =eneral Course"or %e#uirement The minimum course"or re#uirement for Ph( at !#ra Uni$ersity is -A credit hours of studies beyond M.Phil le$el and a thesis. The course"or re#uirement "ill be based upon a "ritten plan briefly setting out the educational outcomes expected from the course, a list of topics to be co$ered and the prescribed reading material. The Ph( research period "ill commence after the candidates has completed his9her course

"or and independent study re#uirement, passed =%' sub6ect test and presented the first seminar. The program comprises of t"o types of coursesB Core methodological courses are mandatory for all students. 8tudents enrolled in the Ph( program must complete four core courses. These courses orient the students to philosophical foundations of no"ledgeK issues in ad$ance research and ad$ance statistical modeling. !nterdisciplinary seminar gi$es an opportunity to lin area of speciali&ation "ith the other related disciplines, thus enabling researchers to gain a holistic picture of the field. 8peciali&ation coursespro$ide broad no"ledge in each of three fields or trac s, 2Mar eting, Finance, and Management4 and are mandatory. 8tudents choose one of the three fields and must complete t"o speciali&ation courses in that field. (irect study ! * !! expose the students to the latest research and theoretical orientations in his area of speciali&ation. Comprehensi$e examination :nce the student has successfully pursued the abo$e course"or , he9she is re#uired to ta e the Ph( comprehensi$e examination. To be declared successful, the students must pass "ritten and the oral parts of the Comprehensi$e 'xamination. (egree completion time period The minimum degree completion time period is three years from the date of registration Minimum course load per semester 8tudents "ill be re#uired to ta e a minimum of t"o courses per semester in order to finish the degree in the mentioned time frame. Probation and dismissal policy 8tudents ha$ing a =PA of less than 1 in consecuti$e three semesters "ill be "ithdra"n from the program. )*+,+'+*+TY C-+T)-+( Follo"ing applicants are eligible for admission in a Ph( ProgrammeB M89M.Phil in the rele$ant field of study. MBA "ith a minimum of ?F Credit hours 2"ith 1 year bachelorQs programme4 in the rele$ant field of study.

MBA "ith a minimum of 5. Credit hours 2"ith 3 year bachelorQs programme4 in the rele$ant field of study. Minimum C=PA should be 5.F on a scale of 3. !n addition candidates must pass sub6ect =%' 2international4 test for admission in Ph(. !n disciplines "here this test is not a$ailable, the test "ill be de$eloped by the uni$ersity or the candidate can opt for the test administered by the @T8. The number of re#uired credit hours for the a"ard of a degree "ill be according to the policies of the ,igher 'ducation Commission. @T8 8core 2=AT H 8ub6ect4 D .F P-1,-(M D)T(+*S (uration 5 years @umber of Courses . Courses @umber of Credit ,ours 5. ,ours C=PA re#uired for the a"ard of the (egree 1.; minimum C1/-S) M(T-+2 Courses 8tructure Ph.( three 0ears Program21- 0ears of 'ducation4 C1/-S) C1D)S S)M)ST)--+ C-)D+T H1/-S M=TA-- (irected 8tudy ! 5 MgtA-1 (irected 8tudy !! 5 M=TA-5 Ad$ance 8tatistical Modeling 5 M=TA11 Perspecti$e on 'ducation Thought 5 M=TA1- !ssues in Ad$ance %esearch 5

M=TA11 !nterdisciplinary 8eminar 5 M=TA5- (issertation -A

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Study S%heme
Masters 2M.Com4 8emester @o. Course Code '@=5FM=T1FM=T5FM=T.F8:C-F8TA5FTitle Business Communication Financial Management Principles of Mar eting !ntroduction to 8ociology 8tatistics and Probability Type %e#uired %e#uired %e#uired Pre %e#uisite Credit ,ours 5 5 5 5 5 5

8M' Management %e#uired %e#uired %e#uired

8emester @o. 1 Course Code !T35F M=T--M=T;FM=T.F5 M=T.-F P80-FTitle '/Commerce !ntroduction to Public Administration ,uman %esource Management 8trategic Management Business 'thics !ntroduction to Type %e#uired %e#uired %e#uired %e#uired %e#uired %e#uired Pre %e#uisite Credit ,ours 5 5 5 5 5 5

Psychology 8emester @o. 5 Course Code C8;F7 M=T;F1 M=T;-F M=T;1F M=T.-5 8TA.5F Title !nformation 8ystems :rgani&ational Beha$iour Type %e#uired %e#uired Pre %e#uisite Credit ,ours 5 5 5 5 5 5

Total Euality Management 2alt. %e#uired codeDM=MT;-F4 !nternational Business Production 9 :perations Management %e#uired %e#uired

%esearch Methods %e#uired

8emester @o. 3 Course Code F!@.13 Title !slamic Mode of Financing !n$estment Analysis * Portfolio Management Pro6ect Management 'ntrepreneurship Management of Financial !nstitutions 2alt. codeDB@<.F34 Type %e#uired Pre %e#uisite Credit ,ours 5

F!@.5F

%e#uired

M=MT.17 M=T.F1 M=T.F3

%e#uired %e#uired %e#uired

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Commerce was esta lishe! !urin" the session #$#$%&'( A )overnment Institute of Commerce was esta lishe! in #$#$ an! affiliate! with the University of the *un+a for issuin" a ,i-loma in Commerce( In #$&&. it was recommen!e! that a /achelor ,e"ree in Commerce shoul! re-lace the ,i-loma( On the asis of these recommen!ations. 0ailey Colle"e of Commerce was esta lishe! on 1th March. #$&2 after the name of 3ir Malcolm 0ailey. the then )overnor of the *un+a an! the Chancellor of the university( Initially a three years /( Com( ,e"ree course was intro!uce! to im-art soun! an! quality e!ucation in the fiel! of Commerce in this -art of the su %continent( Later on in #$41. &%year M(Com *ro"ramme was also starte!( On &5th March &''6. 0ailey Colle"e of /an7in" 8 Finance starte! its wor7in" at the ol! uil!in" of 0ailey Colle"e at Allama Iq al Cam-us to offer !e"rees of //A 90ons(: 8 M/A in /an7in" Finance an! I 8 RM( On &n! May &''4. an other !e-artment of commerce has een raise! at )u+ranwala Cam-us to facilitate the stu!ent of )u+ranwala an! its surroun!in" areas. ta7in" e!ucation at their !oor ste-( Inshallah. this year M(Com 90ons(: *ro"ram will e starte! for the /(Com 90ons(: 3tu!ents(

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MA3TER OF COMMERCE
9M.C1M - " @-Y)(-S S)M)ST)- P-1,-(M:

M. Com. Program is di$ided into eight semesters, each spreads o$er a span of 3 R months. !n this period total of 7A credit hours are re#uired to be completed. The curriculum matrix of the M. Com. Program is as follo"sB

Semester - +
Co!e ;o< 'C ( )*+ 'C ( )*2 'C ( )*. 'C ( )*2 3u +ect Business 'ana!ement Entre,reneurs i, /nter,ersonal 0&ills 1rinci,les of 'ar&etin!

Semester - ++
Co!e 3u +ect ;o< 'C ( )++ 'C ( )+2 'C ( )+. 'C ( )+2 Ban&in! #a% and ,ractice -inancial 'ana!ement /slamic 1rinci,les of Business and -inance #o!ic 3 Critical T in&in!

'C ( )*)

4esearc 'et ods in Business

'C ( )+)

5r!ani6ational Be aviour

Semester - +++
Co!e ;o< 'C ( 7*+ 'C ( 7*2 'C ( 7*. 'C ( 7*2 'C ( 7*) 3u +ect Cor,orate #a% Human 4esource 'ana!ement /nsurance 3 4is& 'ana!ement 'ana!ement Accountin! 'ana!erial Economics Co!e ;o< A(+ -(+ '(+ 3u +ect

SAe%ialiBation

-inancial 4e,ortin! (Accountin! 0,eciali6ation) Cor,orate -inance (-inance 0,eciali6ation) Consumer Be aviour ('ar&etin! 0,eciali6ation)

Semester - +7
Co!e ;o< 'C ( 7++ 'C ( 7+2 'C ( 7+. 'C ( 7+2 3u +ect Co!e 3u +ect ;o< A(2

SAe%ialiBation

E(Commerce

Advance Auditin! (Accountin! 0,eciali6ation) /nvestment Analysis 3 'ana!ement (-inance 0,eciali6ation) /nternational 'ar&etin! ('ar&etin! 0,eciali6ation)

/nternational Business 3 -inance 5,eration 3 1roduction 'ana!ement 1erformance 'ana!ement

-(2

'(2

'C ( 7+)

0trate!ic 'ana!ement

Semester - 7
Co!e 3u +ect ;o< 'C ( 8*+ 'C ( 8*2 'C ( 8*. 'C ( 8*2 Advanced 4esearc 'et odolo!y Econometrics /ssue in Contem,orary Business Quantitative :ata Analysis (/nferential 0tatistics)

Semester - 7+
Co!e 3u +ect ;o< 'C ( 8++ 'C ( 8+2 'C ( 8+. 'C ( 8+2 Advance 'ana!ement Accountin! /ssues Cor,orate 9overnance Cor,orate -inance 'ar&etin! in Emer!in! 'ar&etin!

Semester - 7++ > 7+++


Co!e ;o< 3u +ect 'C ( ;*+ T esis 3 <iva <oce

T esis is an inte!ral ,art of t e '.Com. 0emester 1ro!ram= % ic carries 7 credit ours and 2** mar&s to%ards t e final result. Candidates are required to submit a t esis and ta&e <iva(<oce E>amination. T ey %ill not be !ranted '.Com. 0emester :e!ree unless t ey ave satisfactorily com,leted t e t esis 3 <iva <ose E>am.

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MA3TER OF COMMERCE
91 152 -Y)(-S S)M)ST)- P-1,-(M:

Admission to M.Com. 2Morning * Afternoon4 Classes is open to those candidates "ho ha$e passed the B.Com 2,ons4 and 'xamination.

;o( of 3eats 9Mornin" 8 Afternoon each -ro"rram:


,e"ree B.Com (Hons.) 3eats 7*

S There Jill be an entrance test for M.Com. Program. S The students ha$e to pass @T8 Test before admission in M.Com. program.

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