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This prospectus contains information on various aspects of the educational set up, admission procedure, criteria of examination, rules and regulations for Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water & Marine Sciences Uthal, covering all the degree programs offered by the University. However, the University reserves the right to change any rules and regulation applicable to the students whenever it is deemed appropriate.
Inquiries regarding admission should be addressed to
Prof. Dr. Ghulam Hussain Jaffar
Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water & Marine Sciences Uthal-90150, District Lasbela, Balochistan – Pakistan Phone: +92-853-610846, 610906, Fax: +92-853-610294, Website: www.luawms.edu.pk p Email: email@example.com
01. Academic Calendar 02. Chancellor’s Message 03. Vice Chancellor’s Message 04. About the University 05. Mission & Vision 06. Administration 07. Degree Programs 08. Students F iliti 08 St d t Facilities 09. Admission Policy 10. Faculty of Marine Sciences 11. Faculty of Veterinary & Animal Sciences 12. Faculty of Crop & Plant Sciences y p 13. Faculty of Social Sciences 14. Academic Affairs 15. Examination Affairs 16. Schedule of Fees
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Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Father of the Nation 2 .
Nawab Zulfiqar Ali Khan Magsi Honorable Chancellor / Governor Balochistan 3 .
Dr. Abdul Hameed Bajoi Vice Chancellor 4 .
Academic Calendar Fall Semester Orientation W k f N O i t ti Week for Newcomers Fall Semester Fall Mid-Term Test Fall Final Examination Fall Semester Ends Fall Examination Results d 3rd week of November k fN b 2nd week of December 2nd week of February 2nd week of April 3rd week of April 4th week of April Spring Semester Spring Semester Spring Mid Term Examination Spring Final Examination Spring Semester Ends Spring Examination Results 1st week of May 4th week of June 4th week of August 1st week of September 2nd week of September Summer Semester Summer Makeup Semester September to October Co-Curricular Activities Fall Semester Sports Week Debate/ Quiz Competition 1st week of December 4th week of January Spring Semester Sports Week Debate/ Quiz Competition 3rd week of April 2nd week of May 5 .
6 . The province of Balochistan is having 70% share of coast line of the country has . I take great pride in the fact that LUAWMS has acquired services of competent faculty as well as administration. Marine Sciences. introduced Marine Sciences. Water and Marine Sciences (LUAWMS) in completing five years of teaching professional Sciences in the important disciplines of Crop & Plant Sciences. Water Sciences and Social Sciences to the national students.I wish to take this opportunity to congratulate the management team of Lasbela University of Agriculture. as they have key role to play in the economic development of Balochistan in particular and country in general. I have no doubt that Insha’Allah LUAWMS will contribute to the achievement of these goals in a significant manner. The importance of Marine Sciences continues to grow as we find submerged and offshore resources such as economically important minerals embedded in the seafloor and offshore gas hydrates as potential new energy and food resources from the ocean to supplement the depleting natural resources. The University is moving steadily towards the goal of providing the best possible education to its students. I am confident that LUAWMS will soon join the ranks of other premier Universities of the country Insha’Allah Insha Allah. I urge the students to work hard and to take advantage of this opportunity to acquire knowledge and information through research. Water Sciences at LUAWMS at the undergraduate level which will indeed further develop such activities in the province. The ocean has a vast variety of natural potentials that can contribute towards national economic growth and development through the promotion of quality manpower. Veterinary and Animal Sciences.
Crop and Plant Sciences are equally important due to distinct ecological zones of Balochistan. training and planning. Water and Marine Sciences (LUAWMS) is in its initial phase of development and establishment. boundary wall. faculty hostel. laboratories and class rooms have been completed. There are indications that in the coming admissions students from Middle East admissions. 7 . who have sent them for higher studies at LUAWMS. With the financial assistance of Higher Education Commission and Honorable Chancellor/ Governor Balochistan. The Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. the construction of two blocks of boy’s hostel. My message to the students and stake holders is that all possible efforts should be made to hard work in the respective fields to take the huge responsibility to explore benefits from available natural resources f for th d the development of th country. Recent advent of Multilingual labs and initiation of video conferencing facility attracted potential students to join LUAWMS is itself evidence of the keen efforts of LUAWMS team. Thousands of applications were received for admission in its six disciplines from all provinces of the country. Carrier building on the disciplines have attracted the educationists to join LUAWMS. Scarcity of fresh water and abundance of Marine wealth in Balochistan and their proper management and utilization need rigorous research. These are only beginning of new development activities. LUAWMS is offering BS degree programs in attractive emerging sciences like Faculty of Marine and Water Sciences which are of paramount importance with reference to Balochistan. Lasbela University of Agriculture. Th students should l t f the t The t d t h ld always try to benefit from Faculty efforts and also build confidence among their parents. LUAWMS is well aware of its responsibilities in this regard.It gives me immense pleasure to revise the University Prospectus 2010-11. and South Asian Countries will apply for acquiring degrees in Marine Sciences.
D Highway at 4 kilo meters from Uthal. BS Economics and BS English in March. 2007. 2005. 2005 under the chairmanship of Mr. 2005.LUAWMS is chartered on 7th March. Owais Ahmed Ghani. It is further confirmed by the Balochistan Assembly vide Act No IX dated 16th June. 2010. In the mean time the Chancellor formed the first Senate of LUAWMS which is the supreme body entrusted with governing of Lasbela University of Agriculture.A English in October. 8 . Shaukat Aziz on 30th March. the Honorable Governor of Balochistan/ Chancellor of the University. Lasbela University of Agriculture. District Lasbela Balochistan. 2005 through Balochistan Ordinance No. Accordingly first meeting of the senate was convened at Uthal on 16th August. 2006.C. The first admissions were offered in BS Agriculture. LUAWMS is well placed to provide highly skilled man power. Water and Marine Sciences. Admissions for 2010 are being offered in the aforesaid seven programs. Keeping in view the importance of more than 700 km coastal area of the province and highly cultivable land with suitable environment as well as high quality of range lands. Water and Marine Sciences is situated on main R. whereas admissions in BS water science and M. 1/2005 and inaugurated by then-Prime Minister of Pakistan Mr. The faculty and staff recruitment was initiated and classes of veterinary and marine sciences are started on November.
while ensuring availability of fully qualified and skilled human resources to work at various tiers of their hierarchy. The students passing out from LUAWMS will be equipped with knowledge skill confidence knowledge.VISION LUAWMS will be a respectable seat of learning in Pakistan with a special status in the fields of Marine. skill. enterprise built around the latest developments for active participation in socioeconomic growth and uplift of their respective communities. Water and Agriculture Sciences providing higher education. specially to the province of Balochistan. in the fields of emerging Arts and Sciences along with objective research in the related sectors. training and consultancy services to the public and private sector. MISSION Substantial contribution towards national economic growth and social development by providing highly qualified and adequately skilled manpower. 9 . research. Veterinary. confidence.
Micro economics .Marine Geology & Geo Physics -Fisheries Biology & Shrimp Aquaculture -Coastal Z C l Zone M Management DVM 5 years (10 Semesters) Specialization: .Linguistics .Human Resource Development (HRD) 10 .Faculty of Marine Sciences Faculty of Veterinary & Animal Sc.water Resources Engineering -Soil and Water Engineering Environmental Engineering Department of English Department of Economics BS English 4 years (8 Semesters) Specialization: .Entomology .Agronomy .Horticulture .Bi S i Bio Sciences .Pre-Clinical Sciences .Literature BS Economics 4 years (8 Semesters) Specialization: . BS Marine Sciences 4 years (8 Semesters) Specialization: .Plant Pathology .Livestock & Poultry Production .Animal Nutrition & Production .Clinical Sciences Faculty of Crop & Plant Sciences Faculty of Water Sciences BS Agriculture 4 years (8 Semesters) Specialization: .Soil Science BS Water Resources Engineering 4 years (8 Semesters) Specialization: .Macro economics .
Scholarships: Scholarships are awarded by various agencies and also by the University to the top 10% students who perform well and produce good result at the end of each semester. Internet Facility: Pern Internet facility (through radio tower) is available ensuring access of students and faculty to any web based source of knowledge anywhere on the world Wide Web. Mess Facility: Mess and canteen facilities are available to the students on nominal cost. Multi Purpose Language Lab Facility: Two Modern Multi Purpose Language Labs have been established at the Department of English for learning and improving especially English Language by using state of the art equipment.Body building .Snooker . Following Facilities are available: Hostel Facility: The University provides residential facility to the students in its various Hostels (Separately for boys and girls).Cricket . newspapers etc. backboned with latest technology. There is sufficient study area within the library where students are able to study in an conducive environment The Central Library remains open from morning till late night environment. All efforts are made to facilitate students stay at the Campus and provide opportunities for wholesome development of students personalities. Students and faculty can access any source of knowledge and information in the world Wide Web in pursuit of their studies. are available at the University campus.Badminton 11 C . indoor court and gymnasium for boys and girls separately. Medical Facility: First Aid facility is provided at the University Dispensary. for the following games: . Library: The University has a Central Library and Reference Libraries (Faculties’/ Departments’) with essential books made available. subject to the availability of space. night.The University deems it obligatory to look after the welfare of the students admitted to its various programs.Volleyball . p y y p yg . However. periodicals. It is in the process of being stocked with a comprehensive range of textbooks. under the services of qualified & experienced male and lady doctors. Computer Lab Facility: Computer Labs equipped with latest Computer Technology and Video Conferencing.Hockey . magazines. gy Sports Facility: The University has its own play grounds. the mess is managed by students themselves with necessary assistance from the University.Football . Conveyance Facility: The University provides conveyance for field and research activities to the students students.Table Tennis .
2. gender. Forms sent through Post/Registered Post will be processed if submitted with requisite processing fee. 4. Six recent passport size Photographs. religion. Acceptance of application form does not guarantee admission. Application processing fee of Rs. HSC or A/O Levels etc).Intermediate 3. List of candidates eligible for test/interview will be notified.luawms.(Non-Refundable) deposited through Bank draft / pay order/LUAWMS account account.Lasbela University of Agriculture. electronic media and LUAWMS website (www. Attested copies of marks certificates or Equivalence certificate(s) if applicable. While merit is worked out on the following weightage: 1. 250/. Migration certificate/NOC for those who have passed Intermediate Examination from Boards other than BISE Quetta on demand.pk). Documents to be submitted: 1. who do not fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria and incomplete forms will not be entertained. color or f l d l ethnic origin provided that the candidate meets the eligibility criteria required for various programs. In case of queries University admission office can be contacted. 12 C . 6. 5. Matriculation 20% 2. Attested copies of the testimonials (SSC. Water and Marine Sciences provides equal opportunity for admission in all programs purely on open merit and districtwise quota system without any d h distinction of race.luawms. Admission will p pp g be granted on the basis of merit subject to the availability of seats in the respective Program of study. Entry test 40% 40% Submission of Application Form: b i i f li i All application forms are received in admission office of the University. List of candidates recommended for admission will be displayed at designated places and on LUAWMS web site (www.edu. 3.pk). from submission of applications till joining the program at the University is announced through newspapers. Schedule: Complete schedule of activities related with admission. Applications of the candidates. Copy of National Identity Card (of candidate or the parent/guardian) or Form B.edu.
5% for District Lasbela 2. 2.luawms.pk Payment of Fee All fees will be charged for a semester. Fees once paid shall not be refunded except security fee after due clearance.5% for other provinces. daughter) quota 2. Distribution of Seats: Sr # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Quota / Seat(s) 75% one for each district of Balochistan 10% for open merit 7.5% for District Quetta Self finance scheme Total 8 Seats Reserved for Provincial Departments (DVM. BS Agriculture) Total (DVM and BS Agriculture) Number 30 04 03 01 01 01 05 45 seats 10 55 seats 13 C .5% for employees (son. federally administered areas and sports.edu. from all concerned.Notification of successful candidates List of selected candidates will be displayed at designated places including the University website www luawms edu pk www.
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Abdul Qadir Roonja Project Director Marine Sciences Mr. Kamran Saeed Deputy Controller of Examinations Mr. Muhammad Umer Hostel provost Mr. Aman Ullah Deputy Treasurer Mr. Taimoor Khan Director Students Affairs Mr.University Administration Mr.Yahya Habib Librarian Mr. Kamal Ahmed Assistant Engineer 15 C .
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The marine science syllabus at the university will for the first time in Pakistan introduce national and international maritime policies and conventions that foster conservation and sustainable development of marine resources within and beyond the Exclusive Economic Zones of Pakistan.D Professor and Dean 19 C . Water and Marine Sciences. With the increasing incidences of natural phenomenon such as tsunamis. tourism and recreational sports such as fishing and SCUBA diving. volcanic eruptions. The Marine Science and Oceanography course at the Lasbela University of Agriculture. earthquakes. The ocean has a vast wealth of resources that could contribute towards national economic growth and development through the creation of innovative technology for aquaculture of commercially viable marine species as a new income generating source. Marine scientists and oceanographers have for decades looked to the oceans to develop a better understanding of the global weather patterns and natural phenomena's th t h th tt d t l h ' that have a di t direct bearing on living and non living resources. jobs. As world becomes more aware of the benefits that can be derived from the coastal and offshore maritime areas. marine sciences has become even more important. Balochistan is designed as an introduction to the world's oceans. Dr. Uthal. harbors. It is a course designed for students pursuing fundamental and advance careers in the Marine Sciences. The fascination with the marine sciences continues to grow as new resources found such as economically important minerals embedded in the seafloor and offshore gas hydrates as potential new energy sources and food from the oceans to supplement the depleting land sources.Introduction The study of the Marine Sciences and the inter-related disciplines of Oceanography have become increasingly important in recent years. and atmospheric disruptions. Introduction of new fishing and seafood processing technologies jobs better management of ports and technologies. and to the inhabitants and processes contained within it’s vast boundaries. Habib Ul Hassan Habib-Ul-Hassan Ph.
Azra Banoo M.Sc. M. Sc. Muhammad Aslam M. (Chemistry) Lecturer 20 C . (Applied Geology/Geophysics) Lecturer Mr. Edna Azad M. Zoology M.Phil (Marine Biology) Lecturer Mr. M Sc (Zoology) Lecturer Miss. Sonia Tariq M.D Lecturer Mrs. Murid Hussain Khosa M. Sc. Aleem Zahid M.Phil (Marine Biology) Assistant Professor Dr. Sc. Nuzhat Afsar Ph D (Marine Biology) Assistant Professor Mr. Muhammad Asif Gondal M Sc.Sc (Biochemistry) proceeded abroad for Ph.Mr. ( Geology) Lecturer Miss.
Mari culture Practices Local Languages Marine Chemistry Others as decided by the University. Fisheries Oceanography Rural Sociology. Introduction to Marine Technology. Award of Degree Degree will be awarded on basis of at least 2. Int’l Seabed Authority. However. Elective Courses 21 C . U.BS Marine Sciences 4 years (8 semesters) e equ s te Prerequisite Intermediate (HSC) in Pre-Medical group or an equivalent certificate from any recognized Board/Institute with at least 50% marks and maximum age limit of 21 years. Project Report Writing.N Law of the Sea (Agenda 21). Specialization: Marine Geology & Geo Physics Fisheries Biology & Shrimp Aquaculture Coastal Zone Management Major Topics Marine Geology & Geophysics Coastal Agriculture Physical Oceanography Economics Coastal Process Computer Sciences Marine Biology Oceanographic Instrumentation & Shipboard Mangrove and near shore Ecosystem Ecosystem. a student has to maintain CGPA / GPA requirement to remain on the roll of the University in each semester as may b prescribed t be ib d Faculty of Marine Science envisions creation of discipline covering various branches of Marine Sciences in due course of progress ahead. International Convention. T i i Ocean Productivity Scuba Diving.0 CGPA. Marine Pollution Marine Resources (living/non-living) Oceanographic Data Management. Marine Conservation & Coastal Zone Management Management. Training.
Code ENG 301 STAT 301 MATH 301 BIO 301 BCH 301 CAG 301 First Semester Title of the Course English I Biostatistics I Mathematics I Biology I Biochemistry I Coastal Agriculture Credit hrs 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 1 (1-0) 4 (3-1) 4 (3-1) 3 (2-1) Total 18 (14-4) Code ENG 302 STAT 302 MATH 302 BIO 302 BCH 302 ICS 302 English II Biostatistics II Mathematics II Biology II Biochemistry II Introduction to Computer Science Second Semester Title of the Course Credit hrs 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 1 (1-0) 4 (3-1) 4 (3-1) 3 (2-1) Total 18 (14-4) Code ENG 401 STAT 401 MATH 401 PST 401 GEO 401 PHY 401 MS 401 Third Semester Title of the Course English III Statistics III Mathematics III Pakistan Studies Basic Geology I Fundamental of Physics gy Introduction to Marine Biology Credit hrs 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 1 (1-0) 3 (3-0) 2 (1-1) 2 (1-1) 4 (3-1) ( ) Total 18 (14-4) Code ENG 402 ISL 402 MS 412 MS 422 BD/ET 402 Fourth Semester Title of the Course English IV Islamic Studies Introduction to Physical Oceanography Marine Geology II gy Basic Diving Course / Marine Ecotourism Credit hrs 3 (3-0) 3 (3-0) 4 (3-1) 4 (3-1) ( ) 3 (2-1) Total 17 (14-3) 22 C .
N Law of the Sea Coastal Management Zone (Marine EIA) Marine Resources (Living & Non-living) Internship & Report Writing Entrepreneurship t ep e eu s p Credit hrs 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 4 (1-3) 3 (3-0) (3 0) Total 15 (10-5) 23 C . Tides. Current. Erosion (Waves. Seal Level) Introduction to Marine Technology Fundamental of Chemistry Civilization Rural Sociology Total Sixth Semester Title of the Course Fisheries Oceanography Mari culture Practices Mangrove and Near Shore Ecosystem Marine Geophysics Oceanographic Instruments and Methods Fundamental of Economics Credit hrs 3 (2-1) 4 (3-1) 2 (2-0) 3 (2-1) 3 (3-0) 2 (3-0) 18 (15-3) Code MS 502 MS 513 MS 514 MS 515 OIM 502 ECON 501 Credit hrs 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 4 (3-1) 4 (3-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (3-0) Total 20 (15-5) Code MS 601 MS 611 MS 621 STW 601 ODM 601 Seventh Semester Title of the Course Introduction to Marine Chemistry Nutrient recycling/ Dissolved Gases Marine Pollution Scientific Technical Writing Oceanographic Data Management Credit hrs 4 (3-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (3-0) 3 (2-1) Total 16 (12-4) Code MS 602 MS 612 MS 622 MS 632 ENT 601 60 Eighth Semester Title of the Course International Convention.Code MS 501 MS 511 IMT 512 CHM 501 RS 501 PST 501 Fifth Semester Title of the Course Ocean Productivity (Phyto/Zooplankton. Nektons) Coastal Process. U.
Livestock is the single most important sector. which includes Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science courses.D Professor & Dean 24 C . Dr. To achieve the desired targets in this sector. Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Sciences.6 m hectors) which provide more than 90 percent of feed requirements to the small ruminants. animals’ productivity is very low. There are sheep and goat in every household people are born household. The remaining is rangeland and cultivable waste (4. education and services.Introduction Balochistan province encompasses total area of 34.M). Livestock contribute more than 52 percent in the GDP of the province. Out of which 48 percent sheep and 22 percent goat of total number of country are in Balochistan. The recent population of livestock in the country has been reported as 20 million. has been established at LUAWMS. maintenance of good health in Balochistan.V. Due to lack of technical and professional skill. Uthal. The faculty offers fi h lth Th f lt ff five years (10 semesters) t ) composite degree program for Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D. M Sharif Phullan Ph. which can make an impact at the grassroots level in eliminating the poverty. which will produce the competitive graduates to play their role in the animal production and health. herders and mostly depend on livestock herds for their livelihood. out of which only 7% is cultivable land. The local climate is highly suited for livestock raising and grazing.8 million hectors.
Dr. Sc (Hons) Lecturer Mr.Sc (Hons) Lecturer Mr.Sc (Hons) Assistant Professor Mr.Sc(Hons) Lecturer Mr. Sc (Hons) Lecturer Proceeded for PhD Mr. Qurban Ali Shah M. Habibullah Janyaro M. Sc (Hons) Lecturer Proceeded for PhD Mr. Shahid Faraz M.Imran Rasheed M. Sc (Hons) Lecturer Mr.Sc (Hons) Assistant Professor Mr.Nisar Ahmed M. Sarfaraz Ali M.Sc (Hons) Lecturer Mrs. Bahram Chacher M.Muhammad Mr Muhammad Asif M.Sc M Sc (Hons) Lecturer 25 C . Sc (Hons) Lecturer Mr. Ghulam Hussain Jaffar Ph. Asma Babar M.Prof. Muhammad Shoaib Pirzado M.Muhammad Umer M. Ph D Mr.
Veterinary Anatomy and Histology 9. Veterinary Microbiology 11. Veterinary Medicine 15. Animal Breeding and Genetics 4.Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) 5 years (10 semesters) Prerequisite Intermediate (HSC) in Pre-Medical group or an equivalent certificate from any recognized Board/Institute with at least 50% marks and maximum age limit of 21 years. Veterinary Pathology 12. Poultry Production 3. Veterinary Surgery 14. Award of Degree Degree will be awarded on basis of at least 2. However. Animal Products Technology 7. Veterinary Pharmacology 10. Livestock Extension and Education 5. Livestock Production 2. Veterinary Physiology and Biochemistry 8. Pakistan Veterinary Medical Council and Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. a student has to q y maintain CGPA / GPA requirement to remain on the roll of the University in each semester as may be prescribed Faculty of VAS has following departments: 1.0 CGPA. Veterinary Theriogenolgy Reorganization Faculty of Veterinary & Animal Sciences LUAWMS offers the degree of DVM which is recognized and monitored by both. Veterinary Parasitology 13. Animal Nutrition 6. 26 C .
Cardiovascular Respiratory and Renal Physiology Computer applications Introduction to Livestock Management Islamic Studies/Ethics English – I Introduction to Poultry Production Second Semester Course Title Comparative Anatomy C i A Systematic Histology General Microbiology Physiology of Digestion and Lactation Biochemistry of Metabolism Introduction to Animal Breeding and Genetics Principles of Animal Nutrition Pakistan Studies Third Semester Course Title General Pathology General Parasitology Veterinary Protozoology Molecular Biology Fundamentals of Immunology Animal Feed Resources and Forage Conservation Endocrinology and Neuromuscular Physiology E d i l dN l Ph i l Poultry breeding and Hatchery Management English – II (Communication Skills) Total: Fourth Semester Course Title Systematic Pathology Veterinary helminthology y gy Bacteriology and Mycology General Pharmacology and Pharmaceutics Fisheries and Aquaculture Feed Evaluation Formulation and Processing Small Ruminant Production Biostatistics Total Total Credit hrs 4(1-3) 3(1-2) 3(2-1) 3(2-1) 1(0-1) 1(0-1) 1(1-0) 2(2-0) 2(1-1) 20 Credit hrs 4(1-3) 4(1 3) 3(1-2) 3(2-1) 3(2-1) 2(2-0) 4(3-1) 3(2-1) 1(1-0) 23 Credit hrs 4(3-1) 2(1-1) 2(1-1) 3(2-1) 2(1-1) 3(2-1) 2(1-1) 2(1 1) 2(1-1) 2(2-0) 23 Code ANAT-102 ANAT 102 ANAT-104 MICR-102 PHY-102 BCH-102 ABG-102 AN-102 PS-102 Total Code PATH-201 PARA-201 PARA-203 MICR-201 MICR-203 AN-201 PHY-201 PHY 201 PP-201 ENG-201 Code PATH-202 PARA-202 MICR-202 PHAR-202 FA-202 AN-301 LP-202 STAT-202 Credit hrs 4(3-1) 4(3-1) ( ) 3(2-1) 3(2-1) 2(1-1) 3(2-1) 2(1-1) 3(2-1) 24 27 C .Code ANAT-101 ANAT-103 BCH-101 PHY-101 IT-101 LP-101 IS-101 ENG-101 PP-101 First Semester Course Title General and Systematic Anatomy General Histology and Embryology General Biochemistry Cardiovascular.
Code PHAR-301 MICR 301 MICR-301 PARA-301 LP-301 PATH-301 LP-303 AN LP-305 LP-307 Fifth Semester Course Title Systematic Pharmacology and Therapeutics Systematic Virology Veterinary Entomology Livestock Economics and Business Management Necropsy Practices Beef Production Ruminant Nutrition Livestock Extension Education Dairy Production Total Credit hrs 3(2-1) 3(2 1) 3(2-1) 3(2-1) 3(3-0) 1(0-1) 2(1-1) 2(1-1) 2(2-0) 3(2-1) 22 Sixth Semester Code MED-302 SURG-302 APT-302 MED/EPI-302 AR-302 AR 302 PHAR-302 SURG308 PP-302 ANCourse Title General Medicine General Surgery & Anesthesiology Dairy Technology Dairy Herd Health Animal Reproduction & Artificial Insemination Toxicology and Chemotherapy Diagnostic Imaging Poultry Housing and Farm Management Poultry Nutrition Total Credit hrs 3(2-1) 3(2-1) 2(1-1) 2(1-1) 3(2-1) 3(2 1) 2(1-1) 2(1-1) 3(2-1) 2(1-1) 22 Code SURG-401 MED-401 PATH-401 MED/EPI-403 ABG-401 LP-401 AR 401 AR-401 MED-405 SURG-405 AR-403 Seventh Semester Course Title Large Animal Surgery Systemic Medicine Meat Hygiene and Public Health Milk Hygiene and Public Health Animal breeding Plans and Policies Equine and Camel Production Reproduction Clinic I Medicine Clinic I Surgery Clinic I Obstetrics and Genital Diseases Total Credit hrs 2(0-2) 3(3-0) 2(1-1) 2(1-1) 3(2-1) 2(1-1) 2(0 2) 2(0-2) 2(0-2) 2(0-2) 4(2-2) 24 28 C .
Equine. Poultry Pharmaceuticals.Code AR-402 MED-402 PATH-402 SURG-402 AR-404 AR 404 MED-404 SURG-404 LP-402 PATH-404 SURG- Eighth Semester Course Title Introduction to Biotechnology Reproductive Systemic Medicine II Forensic Medicine & Jurisprudence Shoeing and Soundness Reproduction Rep od ction Clinic II Medicine Clinic II Surgery Clinic II Livestock Farm Operations Clinical Pathology Small Animal Surgery Total Ninth Semester Credit hrs 2(2-0) 3(3-0) 1(1-0) 2(1-1) 2(0-2) 2(0 2) 2(0-2) 2(0-2) 2(0-2) 2(0-2) 3(2-1) 21 Credit hrs 3(2-1) 3(1-2) 1(0-1) 3(2-1) 2(0-2) 2(0-2) 2(0 2) 2(0-2) 2(0-2) 2(0-2) 1(1-0) 21 Code MED/EPID501 PATH-501 MED-503 APT-501 AR-501 MED-505 MED 505 SURG-501 PP-501 AN ENG-501 Course Title Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health Poultry Pathology Lab and Zoo Animal Management Meat and Slaughter Byproducts Technology Reproduction Clinic III Medicine Clinic III Surgery Clinic III Poultry Farm Operations Feed Mill Operation English – III (Technical Report Writing and Presentation) Total Tenth Semester Code Internship Course Title Credit hrs Total 199 Internship: In the 10th semester Internship is a compulsory component to complete the DVM Degree. CASVAB and Feed Mills. Poultry Production: Broiler. Animal Precuts Processing Units. farms. Milk Plants. Breeding Farms. Camel. students in smaller groups rotationally do practical and practice on applied aspect of livestock and poultry production in farms such as: Livestock. Pet Birds. Livestock Camel Equine Pet practices Livestock Sheep and Goat farms Semen practices. Animal Products Technology. Workshops. Artificial Insemination centers. Medicine Marketing stalls and Poultry feed mills and also feed ingredient marketing are attended. Symposia etc. production. Veterinary Hospitals and AI centers in Districts and Tehsils etc to acquaint with the routine functions 29 C . Slaughter Houses. and also participate in Seminars. Hatcheries. Layer. Conferences.
Entomology. As the faculty develops. especially in the rural area. Abdul Jabbar Mali ( PhD) Professor & Dean 30 C . coastal. The sector accounts for about 25% of GDP and about 50% of employment in Pakistan. including India. specialist graduates will also be produced in Food Technology. agriculture and deciduous horticulture. Curriculum being followed by the faculty is totally inline with HEC for the award of BS Agriculture four years (8 Semester) degree with specialization in Agronomy. agriculture. Targets could be achieved by providing highly qualified and adequately skilled manpower in agricultural sciences and by under taking problem oriented research programs and transfer of technologies to the end users. Plant Breeding & Genetics and Plant/Crop Physiology. Pakistan The yield of crops and fruits are very low as compared with other developing countries. Dr. 2006 to produce the adequately skilled manpower to address arid.Introduction Agriculture sector plays a vital role in economic growth and social development of the province of Balochistan. Faculty of Crop & Plant Sciences was established in March. Balochistan has various ecological zones for zones. tropical / subtropical. Phyto-Pathology Entomology Horticulture and Soil Sciences. Phyto Pathology.
Tamoor Mr Tamoor khan M.sc(Hons) Lecturer Mr.Sc(Hons) Lecturer Syed Rehmat Ullah Shah M.D Lecturer Mr.Shafiq Ahmed q M.S Assistant Professor Mr.Sc(Hons) Lecturer Mr.Sc (Hons) Lecturer 31 C .Khan Mir Khan M.Waqar Ul Haq M.Sc(Hons) Assistant Professor Mr.Saima Kulsoom Babar M.Muhammad Rashid M.Sc Lecturer Mr.Mumtaz ali pathan M.Abdul Hafeez Mastoi M.sc(Hons) Lecturer Mr.Mr.Shahmir Ali M.Ghulam Khaliq ( ) M.Sc(Hons) Assistant Professor Mr.Sc(Hons) Lecturer (proceeded for PhD) Mis.Sc(Hons) Proceeded for Ph.
However. a student has to maintain CGPA / GPA requirement to remain on the roll of the University in each semester as may be prescribed Specialization: Initially the Faculty offers following five subjects as Major for the degree of BS Agriculture • Agronomy • Horticulture • Entomology • Plant Pathology • Soil Science Departments • Department • Department • Department • Department • Department • Department • Department of Agronomy of Horticulture of Entomology of Plant Pathology of Soil Science of Food Technology of Plant Breeding Courses Total Credit Hours required for the BS Agriculture (Hons) Degree = 155 to 156 Common Courses from 1st to 4th Semester: Credit hours = 76 Specialized Courses from 5th to 8th Semester: Credit hours = 79 to 80 32 C . Award of Degree Degree will be awarded on the basis of at least 2.BS Agriculture 4 years (8 semesters) Prerequisite Intermediate ( d (HSC) in Pre-Medical group or an equivalent certificate f ) d l l f from any recognized Institute/Board with at least 50 % marks and Maximum age limit of 21 years.0 CGPA.
Code AGRN 301 AEE 301 SS 301 IT 301 MATH 301 SSH 301 First Semester Title of the Course Introduction to Agriculture / Basic Agriculture Introduction to Agricultural Extension & Education Introductory Soil Science Introduction to Information Technology Mathematics-I Pakistan Studies Credit hrs 4 (2+2) 3 (3+0) 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (3+0) 2 (2+0) Total 19 (15+4) Code AGRN 302 PP 302 PBG 302 HRT 302 MATH 302 IS/ET 302 Second Semester Title of the Course Principles of Agronomy Introduction to Plant Pathology Elementary Genetics Introductory Horticulture Mathematics-II Islamiat or Ethics for Non Muslims Credit hrs 4 (2+2) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (3+0) 2 (2+0) Total 18 (13+5) Code ENT 401 ECON 401 FRM 401 FT 401 RS 401 STAT 401 ENG 401 Third Semester Title of the Course Introductory Entomology Elements of Business Forestry and Range Management Introductory Food Technology & Human Nutrition Rural Sociology & Development Statistics-I Communication Skills Credit hrs 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) 2 (1+1) 3 (2+1) 2 (2+0) 3 (3+0) ( ) 3 (3+0) Total 20 (16+4) Code ECON 402 AVS 402 CHEM 402 AENG 402 WM 402 ENG 402 STAT 402 Fourth Semester Title of the Course Entrepreneurship Introduction to Animal & Veterinary Science Agriculture / Bio-Chemistry Agriculture Engineering g g g Water Management Technical Writing Statistics-II Credit hrs 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 2 (1+1) ( ) 2 (1+1) 3 (3+0) 3 (3+0) Total 19 (14+5) 33 C .
Report Writing and Presentation 20 (0+20) Total 20 (0+20) Total 20 (14+6) 4 (3+1) 3 (3+0) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 4 (3+1) 3 (1+2) Total 20 (14+6) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 4 (2+2) 3 (2+1) 2 (1+1) 3 (1+2) 2 (2+0) Total 20 (13+8) Credit Hours 4 (3+1) 4 (3+1) 4 (2+2) 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) Total 19 (13+6) 34 C .BS Agriculture (Agronomy) Semester V Code AGRON AGRON AGRON AGRON AGRON No. No 501 503 505 507 509 Title of the Course Arid Zone Agriculture Agro Technology of Major Field Crops Field Crop Production – I Crop Physiology Water Management in Rainfed Areas Semester VI AGRON AGRON AGRON AGRON AGRON IT AGRON 502 504 506 508 510 504 606 Farming Systems and Farm Records Fundamentals of Weed Science Field Crop Production-II Crop Nutrients and Growth Regulators Biological Nitrogen Fixation Computer Applications in Research Field Crop Ecology Semester VII AGRON AGRON AGRON AGRON AGRON AGRON 601 603 605 607 609 617 Seed Production and Technology Biological Crop Potential Irrigation Agronomy Stress Physiology Environment and Crop Production Research Project Studies and its Preparation Semester VIII AGRON 618 Internship.
Report Writing and Presentation 20 (0+20) ENT 618 Total 20 (0+20) 35 C . Man and Animals Agricultural Pests Management Semester VI AGRON AGRON ENT ENT ENT IT 504 506 502 508 510 504 Fundamentals of Weed Science Field Crop Production-II Insect Physiology Stored Products Past Management Beneficial Insects Computer Applications in Research Semester VII ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT PP 601 603 605 607 609 617 603 Pest Forecasting and Management Plant Resistance to Insect Pests Pesticides their Acton & Application Range and Forest Entomology Agricultural and Environmental Pollution 4 (3+1) 2( 1+1) 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) 2 (1+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 4 (3+1) 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (1+2) Total 20 (13+7) Credit Hours 4 (2+2) 3 (2+1) 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) Total 20 (13+7) Research Project Studies and its Preparation 3 (1+2) Introduction to Plant Disease Causing Micro2 (1+1) Organisms Total 20 (12+8) Semester VIII Internship.BS Agriculture (Entomology) Semester V Code AGRON ENT ENT ENT ENT ENT No. No 505 501 503 505 507 509 Title of the Course Field Crop Production-I Insect Morphology Principle of Insect Taxonomy Insect Ecology and Behavior Insect Pests of Household.
Fruits & Ornamentals f bl l Introductory Plant Nematology Dynamics of Plant Disease Computer Applications in Research Total Semester VII Principles and Methods of Plant Disease Management Seed and Post Harvest Pathology Plant Resistance to disease Beneficial Microorganisms Clinical Plant Pathology Introduction to Molecular Plant Pathology Research Project Studies and its Preparation Total Semester VIII Internship. Report Writing and Presentation Total PP PP PP PP PP PP PP 601 605 607 609 613 615 617 PP 618 . 505 501 503 505 507 509 511 Credit Hours 4 (2+2) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 2 (1+1) 2 (1+1) Total 20 (12+8) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3( (2+1) ) 3 (2+1) 2 (1+1) 3 (1+2) 20 (12+8) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 2 (1+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (1+2) 20 (12+8) 20 (0+20) 20 (0+20) 36 C AGRON PP PP PP PP PP IT 506 502 504 506 508 510 504 Semester VI Field Crop Production-II Methods & Research Techniques in Plant Pathology Diseases of Field Crops Diseases of Vegetable.BS Agriculture (Phyto-Pathology) Semester V Title of the Course Field Crop Production-I Introductory Mycology Introduction to Plant Pathogens Introduction to Plant Prokaryotes Introduction to Plant Viruses Introduction to Forest Pathology Pesticides. Pesticides their Action and Application Code AGRON PP PP PP PP PP PP No.
BS Agriculture (Horticulture) Semester V Code AGRON HORT HORT HORT HORT HORT No. Report Writing and Presentation 20 (0+20) Total 20 (0+20) 37 C 4 (2+2) 4 (3+1) 4 (3+1) 4 (3+1) 3 (1+2) Total 19 (12+7) Credit Hours 4 (2+2) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 4 (1+3) (1 3) 3 (2+1) Total 20 (11+9) Research Project Studies and its Preparation 3 (1+2) . 505 501 503 505 507 509 Title of the Course Field Crop Production-I Principles of Fruit Production Principles of Vegetable Production Ornamental Horticulture Propagation and Nursery M P ti dN Management t Principles of Horticultural Practices Semester VI AGRON HORT HORT HORT IT 506 502 504 506 504 Field Crop Production-II Production of Fruit Production of Vegetables Landscape Plants & Commercial Flower Production Computer Applications in Research Semester VII HORT HORT HORT HORT HORT HORT 601 603 605 607 609 617 Post-Harvest H ti lt P tH t Horticulture Vegetable and Flower Seed Production Greenhouse Crops Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Business Management in Horticulture 4 (3+1) 4 (3+1) 3 (1+2) 4 (3+1) 3 (3+0) Total 21 (14+7) Semester VIII HORT 618 Internship.
Report Writing and Presentation 20 (0+20) Total 20 (0+20) 38 C 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) 4 (3+1) 3 (3+0) 3 (2+1) 3 (1+2) ( ) 20 (14+6) 3 (2+1) 4 (2+2) 3 (2+1) 3 (1+2) 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) Total 20 (12+8) Credit Hours 4 (2+2) 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (1+2) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) Total 20 (12+8) .BS Agriculture (Soil Sciences) Semester V Code AGRON SS SS SS SS SS No. 505 501 503 505 507 509 Title of the Course Field Crop Production-I Physical Properties of Soil Chemical Properties of Soil Soil and Plant Analysis Introductory Soil Classification Soil Fertility and Fertilizers Semester VI AGRON AGRON AGRON IT SS SS 504 506 510 504 502 506 Fundamental of Weed Science Field Crop Production-II Biological Nitrogen Fixation Computer Applications in Research Salt-affected Soils and Water Quality Soil Genesis and Land Evaluation Semester VII AGRON SS SS SS SS SS 611 601 603 605 607 617 Conservation Agronomy Soil Survey and Land Evaluation Soil and Water Conservation Soil. Water & Environmental Pollution & it Management Soil Microbiology Research Project Studies and its Preparation Total Semester VIII SS 618 Internship.
Report Writing and Presentation 20 (0+20) Total 20 (0+20) 39 C 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) (2 1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 2 (2+0) 3 (2+1) 3 (1+2) 4 (2+2) 3 (1+2) 3 (2+1)) 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) Total 20 (12+8) Credit Hours 4 (2+2) 4 (3+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (2+1) 3 (0+3) Total 20 (11+9) Total 20 (13+7) .BS Agriculture (Plant Breeding & Genetics) Semester V Code AGRON AGRON PBG PBG PBG PBG No. 505 507 501 503 505 507 Title of the Course Field Crop Production-I Crop Physiology Principles of Genetics Breeding Field Crops Cytogenesis Methods in Genetics and Biometry Semester VI AGRON IT PBG PBG PBG PBG 506 504 502 504 506 508 Field Crop Production-II Computer Applications in Research Breeding Fiber Crops Breeding Minor Crops Breeding Oilseed Crops Modern Techniques in Plant Breeding Semester VII PBG PBG PBG PBG PBG PBG PBG 601 603 605 607 609 611 617 Breeding Sugar Crops Breeding C B di Cereal Crops lC Breeding Pulse Crops Breeding Fodder and Forage Crops Germplasm Resources of Field Crops Introductory Molecular Genetics and Biotechnology Research Project Studies and its Preparation Semester VIII PBG 618 Internship.
Introduction The Faculty of Water Sciences is one of the four leading Faculties of the Lasbela University of Agriculture. The curriculum has been processed to the Higher Education Commission (HEC) for final approval and subsequent Accreditation by the Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC). Four year curriculum is a blend of multifarious courses mainly on civil engineering and partly agricultural engineering and environmental engineering disciplines. The initiation of tube wells both diesel and electric and government subsidy on electricity for tube wells have motivated the ground water mining process that had adversely affected the underground water reserves. Environment Department. WAPDA Water Wing. Water and Marine Sciences It offers 4 year (8 semesters) Sciences. geology conservation and resource management. it therefore combines hydrology. environmental science. The graduates after earning BS degree in Water Resources Engineering shall be capable of working in the departments like Irrigation Department. science meteorology. development and management of water resources. Muhammad Ishaq Professor & Dean . As a discipline. This subject area relates to the prediction and management of both the quality and quantity of water in both underground aquifers and surface water resources. Public Health Department. EPA. 40 C Dr. Water Management Department. NGOs and projects in water sector. International Research Organizations. This is a unique degree program ever offered by any Pakistani University throughout the country. Rural Development Department EPA National and Department. degree program with nomenclature “BS Water Resources Engineering”. meteorology geology. Balochistan province is facing acute shortage of water for its agriculture sector. The Faculty of Water Sciences is planning to launch postgraduate degree program in Water Resources Engineering from the year 2011-12 when first batch of the BS program pass out in 2012. The curriculum of this degree was designed by a team of well renowned water experts of Pakistan. Water Resources Engineering is a profession that is responsible for planning. hydraulics. Universities.
Mr. M. Lecturer Eng. Lecturer Engr. Iftikhar Ahmed MSc Lecturer Engr. Lecturer Mr.Kamal Ahmed B.E.Mr.E. Kiran Rehman M. Ghulam Rabbani M..E.Ms.Sc Lecturer 40 C .Sc Lecturer Lect e Mr. Waryam baloch B.E. Nadeem Nawaz B.
a student has to maintain CGPA / GPA requirement to remain on the roll of the University in each semester as may be prescribed.0 CGPA.BS Water Resources Engineering 4 years (08 semesters) Prerequisite: Intermediate (HSC) in Pre-Medical/ Pre-Engineering/ ICS group or an equivalent certificate from any recognized Board/Institute with at least 60% marks and maximum age limit of 21 years. However. 41 C . Award of Degree: Degree will be awarded on the basis of at least 2.
# Engineering 1 2 3 4 5 6 WRE-402 WRE-404 WRE-406 WRE-408 WRE-410 WRE-412 Watershed Management Meteorology and Climate Fluid Mechanics –II Soil Physics Irrigation Principles and Practices Strength of Materials Credit hrs 3(2-1) 3(2 1) 3 (2-1) 3 (3-0) 3 (1-2) 3 (2-1) 2 (2-0) 7( 5) 17(12-5) Credit hrs 3 (2-1) 3(2-1) 3 (2-1) 3(2-1) 3 (3-0) 2 (2-0) 17 (13-4) Credit hrs 3 (2-1) 3(2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 18(12-6) Course Title 42 C . # Course Title Engineering 1 SUPP-301 Introduction to Agriculture Systems 2 3 4 5 6 WRE-301 COMP-301 NAT-S-301 WRE-303 SUPP-303 Engineering Mechanics Introduction to Computer Mathematics-I Surveying and Leveling Pakistan Water Resources Credit hrs 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 2 (0-2) 3 (3-0) 3 (1-2) 2 (2-0) 16 (10-6) Second Semester Eng/NonSr.First Semester Eng/NonSr. # Course Title Engineering 1 WRE-302 WRE 302 Engineering Materials E i i M i l 2 3 4 5 6 NAT-S-302 NAT-S-304 WRE-304 HUM-302 HUM-304 Soil-Water-Plant Relationship Mathematics-II Engineering Drawing Communication Skills Pakistan Studies Third Semester Sr. # 1 2 3 4 5 6 Eng/NonCourse Title Engineering WRE-401 Fluid Mechanics –I WRE-403 Applied Electricity NAT-S-401 Statistics for Engineers WRE-405 HUM-401 HUM-403 Engineering Geology Economics for Engineers Islamic Studies /Ethics for Non-Muslims Fourth Semester Eng/NonSr.
# Engineering 1 WRE-502 WRE 502 2 WRE-504 3 WRE-506 4 WRE-508 5 WRE-510 6 HUM-502 Course Title Irrigation Engineering Project Planning and Management Open Channel Hydraulics Soil and Water Conservation Engineering Groundwater Hydrology Report Writing and Presentation Techniques Credit hrs 3 (2-1) (2 1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (1-2) 7 WRE-512 Mandatory Survey Camp 18(11-7) Seventh Semester Eng/NonSr. # Engineering 1 WRE-601 2 WRE-603 3 WRE-605 4 WRE-607 5 WRE-609 6 WRE-611 Course Title Theory of Structures Land Reclamation Water supply and Sewerage Irrigation Water Management Techniques Water Quality and Pollution Project / Seminar-I Credit hrs 3 (3-0) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3(0-3) 18 (11-7) Eighth Semester Sr. # Engineering 1 WRE-501 2 WRE-503 3 WRE-505 4 WRE-507 5 WRE-509 6 COMP-501 Course Title Soil Mechanics Farm Irrigation Systems Surface Water Hydrology Quantity Survey and Cost Estimation Environmental Engineering Computer Application in Water Resources Credit hrs 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3(2-1) 3(2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (1-2) 18(11-7) Sixth Semester Eng/NonSr.Fifth Semester Eng/NonSr. # 1 2 3 4 5 6 Eng/NonEngineering WRE-602 SU SUPP-602 WRE-604 WRE-606 WRE-608 WRE-610 Course Title Pumps and Tube wells Environmental Impact Assessment v o e p c ssess e Remote Sensing and GIS in Water Resources Solid and Wastewater Treatment Drainage of Irrigated Lands Project / Seminar –II Credit hrs 3 (2-1) 2 (2-0) ( ) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (2-1) 3 (0-3) 17 (10-7) Total Credit Hours : 139(90-49) 43 C .
Introduction With the inception of LUAWMS. Apart from compulsory courses of other disciplines of the university university. The rationale behind these programs in English is to produce bright graduates.A two years programs in linguistics and literature.A Head of Department 44 C . As English is a compulsory part of syllabi of all undergraduate programs. Ms. Further. Department of English has been established. the importance of this Department has further been enhanced. English is offered as BS (Honors) four years and M. as absolute essentials for making a mark in any field or profession. Saira Bano M. the English labs have been launched to improve students’ communication skills.
A Lecturer Mr.Phil.A Lecturer Mr.A Lecturer Mr.A Lecturer Mr.D Assistant Professor Mr. Proceeded abroad for Ph. Bakht Ali M. Zahid Ali M. M.A Lecturer Miss. Nasir Abbas M. Abdur Rashid M.Mr.A Lecturer Mr. Munir Khan M. Sami Ullah M. Firdos Atta M. Illahi Bakhsh M.Ed Lecturer 45 C .A .
0 CGPA. Award of Degree Degree will be awarded on the basis of at least 2. Specializations: .Literature M.Literature 46 C .A English 2 years (04 semesters) Prerequisite Bachelors Degree in any group or an equivalent certificate from HEC recognized University/Institute with at least 45% marks and maximum age limit of 25 years. However.BS English 4 years (08 semesters) Prerequisite Intermediate in any group or an equivalent certificate from any recognized Board/Institute with at least 45% marks and maximum age limit of 21 years.0 CGPA.Linguistics . a student has to maintain CGPA / GPA requirement to remain on the roll of the University in each semester as may be prescribed. a student has to maintain CGPA / GPA requirement to remain on the roll of the University in each semester as may be prescribed prescribed. Specializations: . Award of Degree Degree will be awarded on the basis of at least 2.Li Linguistics i ti . However.
III: Fiction • Introduction to Ling III: Phonetics and English Phonology Semester IV 18 • Advanced Academic Reading and Writing • Citizenship Education (Human Rights) • Introduction to Lit.g.g. PsychologyII) GC-IV (e. Environmental Sciences) • Introduction to Lit. II: Poetry and One-Act Plays • Introduction to Linguistics II Semester II 17 • English – II • Islamic Studies (2) Year 2 Semester III 18 • English-III (Communication Skills) • Introduction to Computers • GC-V (e. • Introduction to Linguistics I • Introduction to Lit.SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR BS FOUR-YEAR PROGRAM IN ENGLISH Year Credit (CH) Compulsor y/ Requireme nt (Annex AD) General Courses (GC-To be chosen from other disciplines) Discipline specific Foundation courses Major Courses Electives within the major Max Total CH Used Total CH 130 – 136 25 21-24 30-33 36-42 12 130 25 24 30 39 12 Year 1 Semester I 17 • English – I • P ki Pakistan S di Studies GC-I (e. IV: Prose • Introduction to Ling IV: 47 C . Philosophy • Introduction to Lit. I: History of Li I Hi f Eng Lit. Entrepreneurship) • GC-VI (e. Philosophy) GC-III (e.g. P h l ( Psychology-I) I) GC-II (e.g.g.g.
II: Drama • 20th Century Literature • TESOL II: Syllabus and Materials Evaluation and Design • TESOL III: Language Assessment • Modern Poetry • Modern Novel • Literacy Studies • Feminist Linguistics • Practicum / Internship (English Language Teaching) • Practicum / Internship (Literary Pedagogy) 48 C . C Criticism-II • Pakistani Literature in English • Semantics • Discourse Analysis Year 4 Semester VII 15 • Research Thesis (3 CH) • Romantic Poetry • American Lit. • Continental Drama • Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) • Applied Translation Studies • Research Proposal * Semester VIII 15 • Research Thesis (3) • American Lit. I: Novel and Poetry • Women Writers • TESOL I: English Language Skills • Pedagogical Grammar • Lexical Studies • Afro-American Lit. Criticism-I • Poetry: 14th to 18th Century • Novel: 18th t0 19th century • Psycholinguistic s • Sociolinguistics Semester VI 15 • Literary Movements • Classics in Drama • Lit.Year 3 Group A (Literature) Semester V 15 • Introduction to Research Methodology Group B (Linguistics) • Lit.
Course Eng-301 Eng-303 Eng-305 Eng-307 Eng-309 Semester I Subject Title Credit Hrs Historical Survey of English Literary Tradition 03 (16th to late 19th century) Principles of Literary Criticism 03 Psycholinguistics Sociolinguistics Psychology/ Fisheries/ Anthropology 03 03 03 Total 15 Semester II Subject Title Critical Approaches to Literature Major Literary Movements (20th Century) English phonology Lexical Studies (Semantics) History-II/ Philosophy/ Social work MA English 2 Years Course Eng-302 Eng-304 Eng-306 Eng 308 Eng-308 Eng-310 Credit Hrs 03 03 03 03 03 Total 15 49 C .
MA English (Linguistics) Semester III Eng-401 Eng-403 E 403 Eng-405 Eng-407 Eng-409 TESOL-I Introduction to Research MethodologyMethodology Applied Linguistics Pedagogical Grammar Internship / Practicum Oral Semester IV Eng-402 Eng-404 Eng-406 Syllabus and Materials Development Language Assessment Research Paper 04 04 08 Total 16 04 04 04 04 03 Total 19 MA English (Literature) Semester III Eng-421 Eng-423 Eng-425 Eng-427 Eng-429 Introduction to research Methodology – Literature 04 Classics in Novel Classics in Drama South Asian Literature Oral Semester IV Eng-422 Eng-424 Eng-426 Eng-428 General Survey of American Literature Classics in Poetry Research Paper Internship Literary Pedagogy and Practicum 04 04 04 04 Total 16 04 04 04 03 Total 19 50 C .
Introduction Department of Economics prepares students to analyze economic problems systematically, objectively and to come up with the practical economic solutions. It seeks to equip students for a wide range of roles in the private as well as public sector. The primary goal is to produce p p y g p highly competent professional by offering quality education through its academic program. Continuous efforts are being made to realize this goal by providing a unique learning environment in which the faculty and the students share their responsibilities for promoting the process of learning. The study program offered by the department develops y p g y p p not only the habit for working long hours but also inculcates the habit of applying mind for solving economics affairs. The mental strength that comes from a rigorous and demanding academic program, prepares the students for performing intellectual tasks maintaining high standard. The students are given project and research work to encourage them to gain experience of working and learning in the real world setting. g g
Mr. Muhammad Anwar M M h dA M. Sc.
Head of Department
Mr. Manzoor Ahmed M.Sc, Proceeded for Ph.D Lecturer
Mr. Gul Awar Khan M.Sc. Proceeded for Ph.D Assistant Professor
Mr. P M Pervez Ahmed Ah d (M A) Lecturer
Mr. Mr Khalid Khan M.S
Mr. Khalid Hussain M.Sc
Mr. Mir Dost MBA
Mr. Jalal Faiz M.Sc
Mr. Haztat Yousaf
M. S Lecturer
Mrs. Latifa Mansoor M.A
Ms. Kalsoom Jaffar
Mr. Fazul Khan M.A Lecturer
4 years (08 semesters) Prerequisite Intermediate in any group or an equivalent certificate from any recognized Board/Institute with at least 45% marks and maximum age limit of 21 years. Award of Degree Degree will be awarded on the basis of at least 2.0 CGPA. However, a student has to maintain CGPA / GPA requirement to remain on the roll of the University in each semester as may be prescribed prescribed. Specializations: - Human Resource Management - International Trade - Public Finance - Agriculture Economics - Microeconomics, Macroeconomics - Applied Economics
ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT First Semester Subject Code ECON 101 ECON 102 ECON 103 ECON 104 ECON 105 ECON 106 Name of Subject English I Principal of Micro Economics Islamic Studies Mathematics I Computer Application Optional (Non-Economics) Total T l Credit Hours 3 3 2 3 3 3 17 2nd Semester Subject Code ECON 107 ECON 108 ECON 109 ECON 110 ECON 111 ECON 112 Name of Subject English II Pak Studies Principal of Macro Economics Mathematics II Optional (Non-Economics) Optional (Non-Economics) Total Credit Hours 3 2 3 3 3 3 17 3rd Semester Subject Code ECON 201 ECON 202 ECON 203 ECON 204 ECON 205 ECON 206 Name of Subject English III Intermediate Micro Economics Development Economics Statistics I Optional (Non-Economics) Optional (Non-Economics) Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 54 C .
4th Semester Subject Code ECON 207 ECON 208 ECON 209 ECON 210 ECON 211 ECON 212 Name of Subject English III Intermediate Macro Economics Statistics II Agriculture Economics Optional (Non-Economics) Optional (Non-Economics) Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 5th Semester Subject Code ECON 301 ECON 302 ECON 303 ECON 304 ECON 305 ECON 306 Name of Subject Micro Economics Econometrics I Mathematical Economics I Optional (Economics) Optional (Non-Economics) Optional (Economics) Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 6thSemester Subject Code ECON 307 ECON 308 ECON 309 ECON 310 ECON 311 Name of Subject Macro Economics Econometrics II Mathematical Economics II Optional (Economics) Optional (Economics) Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 55 C .
7th Semester Subject Code ECON 401 ECON 402 ECON 403 ECON 404 ECON 405 Name of Subject International Trade Theory Research Methodology Public Finance History of Economics Thought Optional (Economics) Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 3 15 8th Semester Subject Code ECON 406 ECON 407 ECON 408 ECON 409 Name of Subject Applied Economics Islamic Economics Research Paper Optional (Economics) Total Credit Hours 3 3 3 3 12 Total Credit Hours = 130 56 C .
He shall help his fellow beings specially those in distress. 6. 1 2. 3. 6 7. Indulge into activities involving violence. the old people. Every student shall observe the following: He must be faithful in his religious duties and respect the conviction of others in matters of religion and customs. 4. 6 7. Affiliate himself with any political party or group and organize or take part in holding political gatherings and invite any politicians. 1. guidelines issued by University authorities from time to time. sports or cultural tours or survey camps or enter any such place or attend any such tour or camp while under the influence of any such intoxicants. organize any club or society of students without permission of University authorities. Organize or take part in any function within the University Campus. expelled or rusticated or debarred students. 5.A. Indulge into activities against Islamic and Pakistan Ideology or National Solidarity. 4. 57 C . He must keep his mind clean and be clean in speech sports and habits. 10. and He must observe thrift and protect property. keep or use any kind of weapon or fire arm within the University campus. and anti-social elements in the University campus. 2 No student shall: Smoke in the university. 8. 2. the children. instructions. He must devote himself faithfully to his duties and obey and follow the rules. 5. He must respect his teachers and others in authority in the University. 8. walk-out Bring. B. 6. 3. hatred or contempt. Copy or help others in copying in examinations. Consume liquor or other intoxicating drugs within the University Campus or during the instructional. 1. the weak and the helpless. Use or occupy fully or partially any room or any building of the University campus unauthorized. 9. He shall be truthful and honest in his dealings with all people. He must respect the elders and be polite to all specially to the women. Use pressure tactics or political or personal influence in seeking academic concession or financial benefits or in other matters concerning academic and administrative functions of the University authorities. He must be loyal to his country and refrain from doing anything which might lower his honor and prestige. or cause by any means any disturbance in examinations including harassment of any teacher or other staff member or staging walk out himself or by forcing others to do so. speech. 9.
or any other form of agitation against University or its teachers or officers. A teacher or an officer in whose presence or in relation to whom an act of indiscipline is i di i li i committed or who obtains k itt d h bt i knowledge of such an act on a report or l d f h t t otherwise shall deal with the case himself as he may be competent as provided under the Regulation 10. or participate in or abet any walk-out strike. while under their charge. 12. and in other case. Stage.11. and for dealing with any disorderly behavior promptly in the manner prescribed by these Regulations. Organize or take part in procession or meeting within University campus. prejudicial to the peaceful atmosphere of the University. markets etc placed out of bound by the University authorities. fines or other dues liable under the University Regulations. buildings. incite. and Visit / trespass the premises. he shall inform and recommend the case to the higher authorities / bodies for necessary action as prescribed. 14. (1) • • • • • Any one or more of the penalties mentioned in Regulations 10 may be imposed on a student who is guilty of one or more of the following acts: Commit breach of any of the clause specified in Regulations disobeys the lawful y p g y order of a teacher or other person in authority in the University . areas. 13. The Disciplinary Committee shall deal with serious cases of indiscipline requiring such actions as prescribed by Regulations. E. D. The teachers and officers of the University or Committees formed under them for the th purpose and others concerned with students i th U i d th d ith t d t in the University are it responsible for the maintenance of discipline and order among the students. or halls or residence or the Regulations relating to wearing of uniform or academic dress. or does not comply with the Regulations relating to the residence in the hostel. Collect any money or receive donations or pecuniary assistance. for or on behalf of the University or any organization except with the written permission of the Vice Chancellor or any other person authorized by him in this regard. C. or willfully damages University property or the property of a fellow student or any teacher or any employee of the University or does not pay the fee. or 58 C . or habitually neglects his work or habitually absents himself from the classes without reasonable cause.
59 C . wears immodest dress. (2) No appeal by a student under these Regulations shall be entertained. commit any criminal. (1) An appeal against imposition of the penalties shall lie to the Vice Chancellor. The penalty or penalties imposed shall be appropriate and proportional to the nature and gravity of the above act or acts. Use indecent language. immoral or dishonorable act (whether committed within the University campus or otherwise) which brings bad name to the University. No student shall be rusticated or expelled from the University unless he has been allowed a reasonable chance of defending the accusations against him provided that if the Competent Authority is satisfied. an application for review can be made to the Senate. an appeal shall lie with the Senate. himself. it may take such an action under emergency to avoid any grave consequences 7. Provided that when a penalty has been imposed by the Senate. unless it is presented within two weeks from the date on which the decision is communicated to him.• • • • Fails to wear dress/uniform prescribed by the University. provided that where the penalty has been imposed by the Vice Chancellor. makes indecent remarks or gestures or behaves in disorderly manner. Provided that the superior authorities shall be equally competent to impose lighter penalties within the competence of junior authorities as prescribed above: 6.
(c) (d) Rule for conduct. Any candidate. who is found to have in his possession or accessible to him papers. Candidates should write legibly in their own handwriting. misbehaviors.Regulations A student shall be eligible to appear in Examination provided that he/she has been registered for that semester and he/ she has attended not less than 75% of the lectures / seminars delivered to his / her class and 75% practical/ laboratories demonstrations prescribed for the respective courses. disobedience offence and threat to the Examination staff shall result into: Cancellation of the paper as whole or the part and/or Disqualification of candidate up to four semesters or. 1. PDA. 3. Attention of the students should also be invited towards the instructions printed on outer cover of the answer books. 2. their full names and registration numbers in the attendance sheets. The use of communication devices by students and staff (Mobile Phones.) during the examination process in Examination Hall is strictly prohibited 60 C (e) (f) (g) . Organizers and Electronic Diaries etc. Smoking in Examination Hall and within the premises of the University is strictly prohibited. The case will be referred to unfair means Committee of the University. Any candidate using offensive/abusive or obscene language in the answer-book shall be disqualified from the Examination of that subject. shall be expelled by the Head Invigilator from the Examination Hall and its vicinity. unfair means. Any candidate who refuses to obey the Head Invigilator or the invigilation staff in the Examination Hall or changes his seat with another candidate or creates disturbance of any kind during the Examination or misbehaves in or around the Examination Hall shall be expelled and punished according to the nature and seriousness of his offence. 2. cheating. Expulsion from the registration of the University. The candidate should not be allowed to use any ink other than the blue or black. books or notes relating to the subject of Examination of that paper or detected in giving or receiving assistance or using or attempting to use any other unfair means in connection with the Examination. Unfair means A copy of the “Rules of conduct” for the direction of the candidates shall be printed on front page of the answer book: (b) 1.
where as B. 2.80 2.00 GPA / CGPA GPA / CGPA will be calculated at the end of each semester in accordance with the relevant regulations and rules MINIMUM PASSING MARKS In order to complete a course successfully.60 1.40 1. 1 and 0 (Zero) quality points. D and F grade carry 3.00 Minimum CGPA = 2.00 for obtaining a degree 61 C .70 1.20 1. 2nd and subsequent semester is given as below: Semester 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th /9th and 10th GPA / CGPA 1.40 1.30 1. as mentioned below: Grade A B C D F Value 4 3 2 1 0 Marks 80-100% 65-79% 50-64% 50 64% 40-49% Below 40% Remarks Excellent Good Satisfactory Pass Fail Maximum GPA / CGPA = 4. GRADE POINT AVERAGE “A” grade carries 4 quality points. a student is required to obtain at least 40% marks in each Theory and Practical separately. C. respectively.GPA / CGPA Requirement Grade Point Average (GPA) / Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) requirement to remain on the roll at the end of 1st.
At the time of Admission (Once) Admission Fee (DVM and BS Programs) (MA English) Security Fee (Refundable) Identity Card Document verification Fee Total (DVM and BS Programs) (MA E li h) English) Fees (Rs) 1000/1500/3000/50/300/4250/4750/4750/ Per Semester Conveyance Fee Semester Examination Fee Tuition Fee (Balochistan Province) (Other Province) Fees (Rs) 500/300/ 300/3750/5000/4550/5800/- Total (Balochistan Province) Total (Other Province) Hostel Fee Semester Hostel Fee Admission (One time charges) Total Fees (Rs) 1350/1075/2425/- 62 C .
Other Student Welfare Fee (Per Year) ` Magazine Fund (Per Year) Sports Charges (Per Year) Library charges (Per Year) Lab / Computer Charges (Per Year) Re-admission Fee (at the time of Re-admission) Re-Registration Fee (At the time of Re-admission) Degree Fee ( at the time of award of degree) Duplicate Degree /subsequent Degree in Absentia Migration Certificate Fee Marks Certificate (Ordinary) Marks Certificate (Urgent) Fees (Rs) 100/- 50/100/100/- 50/1000/200/1500/2000/1000/50/100/- 63 .
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