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Masters (Policy/Criteria/Seats/Rules/Fee)

Pre-Requists of Masters Degree 

Code Title Criteria
3111 M.Sc. Botany B.Sc (2 years) with at least 45% marks (2nd Division) with Botany subject having at least 45% marks (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Botany ) 
3121 M.Sc. Chemistry B.Sc (2 years) with at least 45% marks (2nd Division) with Chemistry subject having at least 45% marks (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Chemistry ) 
3131 M.Sc. Computer Science B.A/B.Sc (Computer Sience), BCS (2 Years), BIT (2 Years), ADP (IT/CS)
3161 M.Sc. Information Technology B.Com or BA/BSc with having atleast 45% marks (Mathematics or Computer Science/Statistics/Economics/Physics)
3171 M.Sc. Mathematics B.Sc (2 years) with at least 45% marks (2nd Division) with Mathematics (A&B)/General Mathematics and Math-B (having at least 45% in Mathermatics subjects) (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Mathematics ) 
3181 M.Sc. Physics B.Sc (2 years) with at least 45% marks (2nd Division) with Physics subject having at least 45% marks (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Physics ) 
3191 M.SC. Zoology B.Sc (2 years) with at least 45% marks (2nd Division) with Zoology subject having at least 45% marks (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Zoology ) 
3311 M.Sc. Applied Psychology B.A/B.Sc (2 Years) or equivalent with at least 45% Marks (2nd Division) with Psychology Subject having at least 45% Marks (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Psychology) 
3321 M.Sc. Economics B.A/B.Sc (2 years) with at least 45% marks (2nd Divison) with Economics subject having at least 45% Marks (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Economics ) 
3331 MA Education B.A/B.Sc (2 Years) with at least 45% marks (2nd Division) with Education subject having at least 45% marks (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Education) 
4341 MA English B.A (2 Years) with overall second division and atleast 45% marks in English (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in English)  (50% marks in the subject Written Test Conducted by DAS, GCWUF)
3371 M.Sc. Sociology B.A/B.Sc (2 Years) or Equivalent with at least 45% marsk (2nd Divison) with Sociology Subject having at least 45% marks (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Sociology )  
3511 MBA Business Administration B.A/B.Com (2 Years) with at least 45% marks 
3521 M.Com B.A/BSc/B.Com (2 Years) or equivalent with at least 45% marks 
3531 MPA Public Administration BA/BSc/B.Com or equivalent with at least 45% marks (2nd Division) 
3611 MA Arabic B.A (2 Years) with at least 45% Marks, B.A with optional, Arabic/Darsay Nizami can also take admission
4621 MA Islamic Studies B.A (2 Years) with at least 45% Marks, Elective Islamiat with having atleast 45% marks (i.e. 90  out of 200 marks in Elective Islamiat )  (50% marks in written test conducted by DAS, GCWUF) 
4631 MA Urdu B.A (2 Years) with at least 45% Marks

 

Admission Policy and Criteria for Masters

1. Eligibility:
Females having domicile of Punjab are eligible for admission.
2. The candidates shall be eligible to apply for admission, who have:
(a) At least 45% marks in terminal degree.
(b)
At least 45% marks in the major subject in which admission is being sought (where applicable) i.e. Urdu, English, Islamic Studies, MSc (Computer Science).
3. Minimum Academic Requirement:
A candidate seeking admission to the degree of M.Com/M.Sc./ MA/M.BA must have passed Bachelor’s degree or equivalent examination in second division with at least 45% marks (under annual system) at least 2.0 CGPA out of 4.0 (under semester system) from any HEC recognized institution, in a field of study relating to the respective subject she desires to take admission.
4. Domicile:
The candidate should submit the domicile of Punjab. Candidate with domicile other than the Punjab has to produce a nomination letter from her respective provincial government against the reserved seats if there are any. Foreign students can also apply through relevant Federal Ministries and department(s). However, no restriction of domicile is imposed in case of evening programmes.
5. Age Limit:
The maximum age limit is 28 years, which may be relaxed up to 4 years by the Competent Authority in exceptional cases. No second master degree programme can be offered to an applicant, who has already completed a master degree programme in any discipline at GCWUF.
6. NOC:
is required from candidates other than GCWUF, to get registered in GCW University Faisalabad (where applicable).
7. The candidates who have passed BA or equivalent examinations in 2016 and 2015 will be considered for admission in morning programmes. In case of evening programmes, the candidates of earlier sessions will be considered by deducing 10 marks for each previous year.
8. Time of Admission:
Admission may be conducted in the fall semester only once in a calendar year. If a candidate fails to complete enrollment, her admission shall stand cancelled. However, nominees of HEC, GCWUF, foreign countries and other government organizations, may be admitted up to the end of each semester with the condition that they will have to cover up the courses by taking seminars, special problem and research project.
9. Authority of Admission:
The admission to degree programmes shall be made by the Director Advanced Studies as under:
(a) Applications will be submitted to the Director of Advanced Studies, the office of the Director of Advanced Studies will calculate the merit of eligible candidates.
(b) The merit lists will be displayed by the Director of Advanced Studies and if needed subsequent lists would be displayed till the last seat is filled up. (Explanation: The last list would be displayed keeping in view that 75 percent lectures are still remaining).
(c) Admissions will be granted strictly on merit basis and in accordance with the guidelines provided by HEC.
(d) The admission will be notified on provisional basis subject to the approval by the Board of Advanced Studies and Research.The advanced studies and Research Board may refuse admission of a candidate without assigning any reason.
10. The admission will be granted on open merit basis of following formula:
(a) Total marks in BA/BSc/B.Com, in case of variation total marks will be converted out of 800 + marks obtained in major subject (where applicable). However, * Hafiz-e-Quran will be given 20 marks.
(b) In professional programmes as MBA B&F (3-1/2 years), MPA (2 years) admission will be granted according to the following formula and as per HEC policy/guidelines. Total marks in BA/BSc./B.Com, or equivalent + 20 marks for Hafiz-e-Quran.
*20 marks for Hafiz-e-Quran will be granted to those candidates who will be declared eligible successful after evaluation by the requisite committee constituted for this purpose.
Hafiz-e-Quran candidate shall be evaluated by the following:
(i) Ms. ShabanaFakhar                                                    Convener
Chairperson, Department of Islamic Studies
(ii) Dr. NajmaBano                                                            Member
Chairperson, Department of Arabic
(iii) Ms. NaheedKhaliq                                                      Member
Assistant Professor, Department of Islamic Studies
11. Besides the open merit, the candidates may apply against the reserved seats for different programmes as explained below:
(a) For Morning Programmes:
Besides the open merit the candidates may apply against the reserved seats i.e. 2% seats for sports, 3% seats for disables, 2% seats for children of University employees (1% for teaching and 1% for non-teaching), 2% seats for FATA, 2% for FANA and 1% for Balochistan, 2% seats for co-curricularactivities and 5% seats for overseas Pakistanis. However, there will be no sports and co-curricular quota for, MBA,(B&F) and MPA.
(b) For Evening Programmes:
Besides the open merit, the eligible candidates may apply against the reserved seats i.e 2% seats for Children of university employees (1% for teaching and 1% for non-teaching).
Note:
1. Only such candidates will be admitted on sports quota who will qualify the test/interview by the committee constituted for this purpose.
2. Admission on the reserved/quota seats will be completed by the specified committee (s) in accordance with the admission rules for reserved seats.
(a) Students who want to change the subject will be allowed if she falls under merit of that programme with the permission of competent authority.
(b) If the student got admission by any mistake (human error/computer etc.) and does not fulfill the criteria of admission mentioned in the prospectus, her admission shall stand cancelled automatically and there will be no liability on the part of institution.
(c) Each student will submit a “Declaration” on a judicial paper of Rs:-50/- at the time of enrolment in the office of Director Advanced Studies (The specimen is annexed).
12. Change of Department:
(a) Form Transfer: After display of the merit lists subject to the availability of seats, the transfer of forms from one department to another department in the morning programme may be allowed through admission committee subject to deposit of amount as per processing fees/Prospectus fee decided, in University account as transfer fee if all eligible applicants are exhausted and the seats are vacant in the desired department.
(b) Subject Change: If a student even after submission of the fees in a respective department wishes to change the subject, she can apply to the Director Advanced Studies on the prescribed Subject Change Proforma after depositing the amount as per processing fees/prospectus fees decided, in the university account if the seats in the desired department are vacant.
Furthermore, if there is a difference in fees of the two subjects, the students have to pay additional fee of the changed subject if any. However, if the fee of the changed subject is less than she has already paid then there will be no refund of the fee difference.
13. Eligibility for admission to MA Urdu programmes:

will be granted only with anyone of these subjects (Arabic, Urdu, Persian and Punjabi) in Bachelor degree.
14. Admission to MA English programme:

will be granted on the basis of Aptitude Test conducted under the Directorate of Advanced Studies (50% qualifying marks) by candidates who have studied English of 200 marks.

Sr.No.

Department Eligibility Criteria

1

Botany/Chemistry / ***Mathematics/ Physics/ Zoology B.Sc (2 years) with the relevant subject with at least 45 % marks (2nd Division)
* BIT (2 year), BA/B.Sc (Mathematics or Computer Science), BCS (2 years), ADP (IT/CS)
** B.Com, BA/BSc (Mathematics or Computer Science, Statistics, Economics, Physics)
*** Mathematics (A&B)/ General Mathematics and Math B

2

Applied Psychology/ Arabic/ *Commerce/ Economics/ Education/ **English/ ***Islamic Studies/ MBA (2 Years), Public Administration (MPA)/ Sociology/ Urdu B.A/B.Sc (2 years) or equivalent with the relevant subject with at least 45 % marks (2nd Division)
*Candidates with only B.Com are eligible to apply
**Candidates must qualify an Aptitude Test securing 50% marks
***Hafiza or Alima can obtain 5 grace marks if she had authentic certificate of Wifaq. Certificate of local madrissas will not be entertained

3

Computer Science BIT (2 year)
BA/B.Sc (Mathematics or Computer Science)
BCS (2 years)
ADP (IT/CS)

4

Informational Technology B.Com
BA/BSc (Mathematics or Computer Science, Statistics, Economics, Physics)

Chart of Seats for Masters (2 Years) Programmes

 

Department                                                        

No. of Seats

 Morning

Evening

Applied psychology

50

50

Arabic

50

50

Botany  

50

50

Business Administration (MBA Executive) (2 yrs)

50

50

Chemistry

50

50

Commerce

50

50

Computer Science

50

50

Economics      

50

50

Education        

50

50

10 
English Literature

50

50

11 
Information Technology

50

50

12 
Islamic Studies

50

50

13 
Mathematics

50

50

14 
Physics

50

50

15 
Public Administration

50

50

16 
Sociology

50

50

17 
Urdu

50

50

18 
Zoology

50

50

The seats will be linked with the strength of the requisite faculty concerned. However on the recommendations of the admission committee the Competent Authority will decide to enhance the seats where necessary.

Rules and Regulations For Masters

1. MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION:
The medium of instruction and examination shall be English (Except in Faculty of Islamic and Oriental Learning, which shall be in Urdu or their relevant subject language).
2. DURATION OF THE COURSE:
The duration for the Master Degree shall not be less than four and more than six semesters in full residence and not less than six and more than eight semesters for the university employee admitted as part time students.
3. The employees of the government/other agencies nominated for admission at this University shall have to take study leave to pursue studies as a regular student, failing to fulfill this conditions, her admission shall be cancelled. However, after getting admission by a nominee in the university, it would be obligatory for the parent department to sanction the study leave or grant extension in the leave in favor of the nominee within one semester of her admission; otherwise the admission shall stand automatically cancelled.
4. DURATION OF THE SEMESTER:
There shall be 2 semesters (fall and spring) of 18 weeks in each academic year. The commencement of semesters shall be regulated by the Academic Council. (Explanation: Out of 18 weeks, 16 weeks shall be actual teaching time; the rest can be utilized for enrollment, conduct of examinations and declaration of results, etc.)
5. SCHEME OF STUDY
The subjects of study for the degree programmes are given in Schedule- I which may be amended from time to time. A student shall present an acceptable Thesis/Research Report in addition to completing her approved Course Work in order to qualify for the award of the degree (or two additional courses, 3 credit hours each).
6. CREDIT HOURS REQUIREMENT FOR VARIOUS DEGREES:
The minimum credit hours requirement for instituting the various degree programmes shall be as following.
M.Sc./ MA.                                     70 credit hours
MBA (3 ½ years)                96 credit hours
Note: Students are required to complete the prescribed number of credit hours by opting one of the following options.
Course work only
Course work and a thesis of 06 credit hours
Research report of06 credit hours or internship for those subjects where it is required or as recommended by the respective Board of Studies.
7. ROUTING OF ACADEMIC MATTERS:
All the academic matters shall be routed through proper channel i.e. through the Chairperson/Incharge of the Department/Director and Principal/Dean/Coordinator of the college/faculty concerned.
8. DEFICIENCY COURSES:
If the course(s) studied by a candidate in her previous degree (on the basis of which admission is requested) does not provide adequate background for the degree programme of study, she may be required to rectify the deficiency by taking additional course(s) as determined by the respective Departmental Board of Studies.
9. UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES:
Since MA/MSc has fixed scheme of studies and equivalent to the fifth semester of BS and onwards, University employees can not avail the facility to enroll MA/MSc like BS.
10. ENROLLMENT:
10.1 An application for enrollment on the prescribed form; Course Registration Form (UG-1) accompanied by proof of fee paid (bank receipt) shall be presented to the office of the Director Advanced Studies on the day(s) notified for the enrollment.
10.2 The Director Advanced Studies under special circumstances and on payment of late fee of Rs.500 /- may permit a student to submit her Course Registration Form within ten days after the commencement of the classes.
10.3 The Vice Chancellor may allow a student to submit her Course Registration Form till the last day of the 4thweek after the commencement of classes, with double late fee i.e., Rs.1000.
10.4 Enrollment in absentia is not allowed. Student is required to be present in person with a proof of identification (University Identity Card or Computerized National Identity Card etc.) for enrollment.
10.5 Enrollment will only be considered complete when Course Registration Form (UG-1) is submitted to the office of the Director Advanced Studies. Only depositing of fee will not serve the purpose.
10.6 A candidate admitted to a degree programme shall, for so long as she has not submitted thesis, has to enrollfor each semester.
10.7 The student who enrolls in extra semester beyond her minimum residential requirement will have to pay fullsemester fee for each and every extra semester.
11. DISCONTINUATION/FREEZE OF STUDY/SEMESTER:
11.1 A student may discontinue enrolled semester before appearing in the final examination with the permission of the Vice Chancellor obtained through the Director Advanced Studies on the recommendations of the Chairperson/Incharge/Director/Principal and Dean/Coordinator, on account of sickness duly certified by the MS of DHQ Hospitalor due to circumstances beyond her control subject to fulfillment of condition that the student has passed the final examination of previous semester with minimum prescribed GPA/CGPA required for the said degree programme.
11.2 The facility of discontinuation can be availed only once during the whole degree programme and that too forone academic year (two semesters only).
11.3 A candidate shall not ordinarily be allowed to discontinue studies during the 1st semester.
11.4 A student so permitted to discontinue is required to resume her studies after two semesters (one freeze and one gap with zero credit) in the same semester which she has freezed i.e if a student freezes her 2nd semester, 3rd will be her gap semester and she will resume her studies after one year (two semester) in her 2nd semester with the next session on the recommendation of Chairperson/Incharge/ Director/Principal/Dean/Coordinator concerned and notified by the registrar. She will pay full semester fee after defreezing/rejoining the studies.
Note: However the student will follow the scheme of studied s of her own session.
11.5 During the semester freeze, bonafide status of the student shall remain suspended. She will not be entitledto avail any privilege of a regular student.
11.6 An HEC fellowship awardee will be allowed to join a training programme with the condition that her trainingwould not disturb her enrollment in the University and will remain in contact with the concerned department. On herreturn and rejoining the University, she would have to meet the enrollment formalities (Ex-post-facto) of thisperiod (the whole period of HEC scholarship) and it would also be included in the period of residential requirementsof the scholar.
12. RE-ADMISSION:
12.1 If a student fails to enroll in any semester(s) without permission of the Competent Authority, she shall ceaseto be on the rolls of the University and in case she desires re-admission, she shall have to apply for the same.
12.2 The office of the Director Advanced Studies on the recommendation of Dean/Coordinator and by the permission of the Competent Authority may re-admit such a candidate subject to the payment of Rs.5000/- as re-admission fee in addition to the regular semester fees.             Re-admission will be allowed only if a student can maintain 75% attendance in the admitted semester.
12.3 The Dean /Coordinator may refuse the re-admission, if the reasons presented are not convincing.
Note: The period of gap semester will be counted towards residential requirements.
123. SUPERVISORY COMMITTEE:
13.1 a) The Supervisory Committee of a student shall be proposed by the respective Board of Studies of the Department/Institute during 1st semester.
b) Supervisory Committee shall consist of two teachers from the major field of study and one from the
minor/ elective field of study. However, if an outstanding specialist in a major or minor/elective field of study is available outside the University, he/ she may be taken as a member of the Supervisory Committee in place of a teacher or as an additional member.
c) Supervisor of the student will act as Chairperson of the Supervisory Committee.
d) Supervisory Committee proposed by the respective Board of Studies and recommended by the Chairperson /Incharge/ Director of the Institute/ Principal and Dean/Coordinator of the faculty concerned, shall be approved by the Board of Advanced Studies and Research and notified by the Director Advanced Studies.
e) Supervisory committee may be revised according to the regulation (13.1 (a) to (d)) with the reasons of change to be recorded.
In case, a student duly recommended by the Chairperson/Incharge and Dean/Coordinator/Director/ Principal concerned to conducther complete/part of research thesis
13.2 in other institution/laboratory, is allowed by the Director Advanced Studies,then the helping scientist / specialist may be taken as co-supervisor/special member on the Supervisory Committeeof the student. However, the university will not bear any financial liability in this context.
13.3 The Professor Emeritus may act as supervisor/member of Supervisory Committee of postgraduate students ifhe/she is stationed at Faisalabad.
13.4 Foreign Faculty members, HEC National Professors/HEC Eminent Scientists may act as supervisor/member ofthe Supervisory Committee provided that they are appointed for three years.
13.5 Retired teachers of the GCW University Faisalabad may continue as supervisor/member of the supervisorycommittee to their previous postgraduate students if they had supervised the student up to the approval of thesynopsis. However, on re-employment for three years they may be given supervision of a new student.
13.6 Adhoc/contract teachers may act as Supervisor / Member of the Supervisory Committee only where there isshortage of regular faculty members. Faculty on Tenure Track System (TTS) / Interim Placement of Fresh PhDProgramme (IPFP) will be considered as regular faculty for the subject purpose.
14. REVISION OF COURSE REGISTRATION FORM
:
14.1 A student may be permitted to revise her Course Registration Form within 20 days from the commencementof classes. After this period she may be allowed to revise Course Registration Form up to 28th day from thecommencement of classes on payment of Rs.1, 000/- as Course Registration Form revision fee.
14.2 The students of first semester may be allowed to revise her Course Registration Form within 30 days of the last date of enrollment without late fee.
15. COURSE OF STUDY:
15.1 All post-graduate courses will be designated appropriate course code numbers and will be preceded bysuitable alphabets indicating the name of the respective department.
15.2 A full time student can enroll upto 24 credit hours in a regular semester including regular plus repeat courses. However, Vice Chancellor may relax enrollment rules upto one extra course for the semester (either odd or even) in special cases.
15.3 Out of the total number of credits referred in the scheme of study only one credit hour each shall be earnedthrough Seminar and Special Problem.
15.4 A course can be repeated three times (enrolled four times) at the most. The Controller of Examinations officewill mention corresponding repetitions in the result notification and the student shall mention repetition status inthe Course Registration Form (UG-1).
15.5 Transfer of Credits: The Director Advanced Studies may consider credits earned by a student at another HECrecognized institution, subject to a maximum of 50 per cent of the minimum credits requirements for the degree, onthe recommendations of Migration Committee provided that:
a) The contents of the course(s) for which credit is claimed, are identical or similar to the course included in herplanned course work and the courses for which credit is claimed has not been used for another degree.
b) Courses with less than B grade shall not be considered for transfer of credit.
15.6 Students would submit their Course Work during first semester and Synopsis during the 3rdSemester of their programme of study.
15.7 A course studied to qualify a degree will not be taken / considered for any other higher degree programme.
15.8 Credit earned for a course shall lapse on the expiry of five years for regular student and seven years for parttime student from the end of the semester in which the course was qualified. The Vice Chancellor may revalidatethe lapsed courses for special reasons to be recorded.
Explanation: Deficiency course once qualified will not lapse and shall not to be called in question again and need notto be revalidated.
15.9 No course shall carry more than 4 credit hours.
16. Examinations:
16.1 Examination Fee: University examination fee shall be charged at the time of enrollment of each semester.
16.2 Tests and Examinations:
a) There shall be two examinations ‘Mid and Final’ in each semester. In addition to these examinations the teacher shall give home assignments and quizzes etc. to the students. The form of these examinations will be left to the teacher who will be solely responsible for the conduct of examination as well as evaluation in her course. The grade given in the course by the teacher shall be final but.
b)
Only those students, who have at least 75% attendance in theory and practical separately in each course, shall be eligible to appear in the final examination.
c) A teacher shall report to the Dean/Coordinator/Director/Principal concerned through the Chairperson/Incharge of the concerned Department the names of students who are absent from the lectures/ practicals continuously for seven days to enable Director Advanced Studies to strike off names of such students. She may be re-admitted under the university rules or may be refused admission if the reasons presented for re-admission are not convincing.
16.3 The final examination for a semester shall be held on a date and time and place to be notified by the teacher in advance.
16.4 To pass a deficiency course a student is required to obtain at least “C” grade.
16.5 The scripts of each examination shall be discussed with the students.
16.6 The mid-semester examination shall be held during 9th week of the semester which shall carry 30 per cent of the total allocated marks for the course. This examination shall be held by the teacher concerned who shall determine the form of the examination.
16.7 For the purpose of evaluation, one credit will carry 20 marks e.g. a four credits course will carry 80 marks. These marks will be divided in accordance with the credits assigned to theory and practical for each course.
16.8 The   following   weightage   shall   be   given   to   the examinations, home assignments;
(a)   Mid-semester examination                                        30%
(b)   Home assignments quizzes, presentations                20%
(c)   Final examination                                                      50%
Total:                                                                                 100%
(Fraction in total marks of a course will be rounded to the nearest to one decimal point)
16.9 The duration of examination shall be as under;
Mid-Semester Examination                                  One hour
16.10 Final Examination                                                Two to three hours
Final examination covering the full syllabus with at least 25% of the course of midterm as well, shall be held at the end of each semester.
16.11 Question paper for the mid and final term examination shall be set by the respective teacher. However, Chairperson/ Principal/ Director/ Departmental Incharge shall ensure the quality and standard of the question paper set by the teacher.
16.12 To qualify a course, it is essential to pass separately in the theory and practical examinations.
16.13 The teacher shall send the final award list along with answer scripts of mid, final and practical for the course to the office of the Controller of Examinations within 10 days after the end of a semester. The Vice Chancellor may condone the delay in result submission. A soft copy of the award list should also be sent to the office of the Chairperson /Director/Principal of the College and Director Advanced Studies.
16.14 On receipt of the award lists, the Controller of Examinations shall notify the results and send copies to the Director Advanced Studies, Dean/Coordinator/Director/Principal and the Chairperson/Incharge of the Departments concerned.
17. Grade Point Average:
17.1 Grade point and Equivalence between letter grading and numerical grading shall be as follows:

Grade Value Marks (%) Remarks
A 4 80 -100 Excellent
B 3 65 -79.99 Good
C 2 50 -64.99 Satisfactory
D 1 40 -49.99 Pass
F 0 Below 40 Fail

17.2 If a student fails to obtain CGPA of 2.00 at the end of each academic year (fall & spring) her admission shall stand cancelled. However, she may seek fresh admission as and when the University offers.
Note: The student who avails only one regular semester (fall or spring) must obtain GPA of 2.00 at the end of the same academic year to remain on roll. Further, for next subsequent semesters (3rd to onwards) a student has to obtain 1.0 GPA and 2.0 CGPA in each semester to be on the role of the university. Otherwise her admission shall stand cancelled after every semester.
17.2.1 Student is allowed to improve her D grades in any course of previous semesters during her course of study but only once.
A student, who obtains CGPA of 2.00 or more but less than 2.50 upon the completion of entire approved course work, may be allowed to repeat once the course(s) of the previous semesters in which she obtained the lowest grades in order to improve the CGPA so as to obtain the minimum of 2.50 failing which she shall cease to be on the rolls.
A student is allowed to improve only those number of D grades required to get 2.50 CGPA for obtaining her degree, failing which the students shall cease to be on the rolls provided that she has availed the maximum permissible repetitions.
CGPA of 2.5 out of 4.0 is required to qualify for the award of degree.
18. Thesis/Research Project/ Internship:
18.1 The Minimum Criteria for an MA/MSc student to opt for a research and thesis should be CGPA not less than 3.80 after 2nd Semester.
18.2 A student shall be entitled to submit thesis for examination after she has qualified the approved course work and has also fulfilled the residential requirements. She is required to submit thesis submission form and thesis examination fee before the submission of thesis.
18.3 Thesis shall be completed according to the guideline approved by the Director Advanced Studies shall be submitted to the office of Director Advanced Studies according to the schedule announced for submission of the final thesis.
18.4 The thesis duly certified by the Supervisory Committee that the contents and form of thesis are satisfactory for submission shall be sent to the external examiner by the office of Controller of Examinations for evaluation. A panel of three examiners per student shall be submitted to the CE office by the chairperson of the respective Board of Studies on or before the submission of thesis.
18.5 The thesis shall be evaluated by a Board of Examiners comprising members of the Supervisory Committee and one External Examiner appointed by the Vice Chancellor from the panel of names recommended by the Board of Studies. At least three members of the Board of Examiners of whom one must be an external examiner shall be appointed to evaluate the thesis, hold a viva voice examination and such other tests as are considered necessary for degree. The external examiner shall be given reasonable time to go through the contents of thesis critically. The viva voce examination would be conducted at least after one week of the receipt of thesis by the external examiner.
18.5.1 There shall be 120 marks corresponding to 06 credit hours allocated for thesis.
18.5.2 Total marks so awarded will be converted into a letter grade as prescribed in regulation number No.17.1 and average grades on the basis of course work as thesis will then be worked out to calculate the final CGPA.
18.5.3 Original plagiarism report along with the Certificate from Supervisor and Declaration by the student must be submitted while submitting the thesis to the Director Advanced Studies. The Director Advanced Studies shall notify the dates for the Semifinal & Final phases of thesis submission.
18.5.4 The thesis evaluation should be completed within two months from the date of submission of thesis to the Controller of Examinations: The Controller of Examinationsshall get the approval of the two External Examiners(one as an alternative in case of regret of the examiner) from the Vice Chancellor and thesis shall be dispatched.
18.5.5 Supervisor, after consultation with the External Examiner shall write to the Controller of Examinations notifying the date, time and venue of thesis evaluation
18.5.6 The Supervisor shall send the award list of thesis examination after counter signature of the Chairperson to the office of the Controller of Examinations after making sure that the student has incorporated the   suggested   improvements.  The Controller of Examinations shall notify the result of the student after receiving three bound copies of thesis.
18.6 In  case  of  disagreement  between  the  Supervisory Committee  and  the  External  Examiner  regarding  the acceptance of the thesis it shall be referred to another External Examiner whose decision shall be final.
18.7 The color of hard bound cover of Master programme shall be black with title superimposed in golden.
18.8 If a candidate fails in the thesis examination, she may enroll again and will submit a revised thesis within six months after the date of declaration of the result of the last thesis examination, on payment of the prescribed thesis examination fee. She can avail this chance only once.
18.9 If the thesis, submitted by a candidate for final evaluation, is proved to be copied/ plagiarized at the time of viva-voce examination, it will be liable to be rejected on the report of Board of Examiners and the Controller of Examinations will declare the candidate fail in thesis examination. The admission of such candidate shall be cancelled and she shall not be readmitted under any circumstances.
18.10 If the thesis of a candidate is proved to be plagiarized after its evaluation and declaration of result, previous result of the candidate will be cancelled and she will be declared to have failed in thesis examination. Such a candidate shall not be readmitted under any circumstances.
19. General:
19.1 The students who enroll extra semesters beyond their minimum residential requirement will not be allowed hostel accommodation.
19.2 After submission of the thesis, the students will not be allowed to stay in the University hostels
19.3 Directorate of Advanced Studies will maintain student’s record for 3 years after the declaration of final result. After such period, the record may be disposed of with the permission of the Vice Chancellor.
19.4 Office of the Controller of Examinations shall keep scripts of student’s examinations for one semester.

Fee Structure

 

Fee Structure of Master Programme for the Year 2017-2019
Master 2 – Year (Science Programs)                         
Semester Admission Fee Registration Fee Tuition Fee Examination Fee Computer Fee Thesis Fee Project Fee Library Security General Fund Student Fund Internet Uage Medical Fund Degree Fee Breakage Fund Sports Fund Field Trip Development Fund Study Tour Magzine Fund Mosque Fund  TOTAL   Fee  in 2016  Percentage Increase
1
     1,800        1,800         7,350        2,500        1,000        2,000        1,000        500        300        300          1,200        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              26,150    
2
            7,350        2,500        1,000              1,000        500        300        300          1,200        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              20,550
3
            7,350        2,500        1,000        1,800          1,000        500        300        300          1,200        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              22,350
4
            7,350        2,500        1,000              1,000        500        300        300        2,500        1,200        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              23,050
 Total:               92,100       85,200 8%
Note:- Evening Programme Tution Fee Rs. 3000/- in addition per Semester.
Note:- Thesis Fee @ Rs. 3000/- will be charged at the time of Thesis submission.
* Subject to the approval of the Syndicate.
Master 2-Year  (Non Science Programs)
Semester Admission Fee Registration Fee Tuition Fee Examination Fee Computer Fee Thesis Fee Project Fee Library Security General Fund Student Fund Internet Uage Medical Fund Degree Fee Breakage Fund Sports Fund Field Trip Development Fund Study Tour Magzine Fund Mosque Fund  TOTAL   Fee  in 2016  Percentage Increase
1
     1,800        1,800         6,750        2,500        1,000        2,000        1,000        500        300        300          1,200        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              25,550    
2
            6,750        2,500        1,000              1,000        500        300        300          1,200        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              19,950
3
            6,750        2,500        1,000        1,800          1,000        500        300        300          1,200        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              21,750
4
            6,750        2,500        1,000              1,000        500        300        300        2,500        1,200        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              22,450
 Total:               89,700       83,000 8%
Note:- Evening Programme Tution Fee Rs. 3000/- in addition per Semester.
Note:- Thesis Fee @ Rs. 3000/- will be charged at the time of Thesis submission.
* Subject to the approval of the Syndicate.
Master 2-Year (Business & Professional Programs)
Morning: Master of Commerce (M. Com), (M.P.A)
 Semester   Admission Fee   Registration Fee   Tuition Fee   Examination Fee   Computer Fee   Thesis Fee   Project Fee   Library Security   General Fund   Student Fund   Internet Uage   Medical Fund   Degree Fee   Breakage Fund   Sports Fund   Field Trip   Development Fund   Study Tour   Magzine Fund   Mosque Fund   TOTAL   Fee  in 2016  Percentage Increase
1
     1,800        1,800       17,650        2,500        1,000        2,000           700        500        300        300          1,100        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              36,050    
2
          17,650        2,500        1,000                 700        500        300        300          1,100        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              30,450
3
          17,650        2,500        1,000        3,000             700        500        300        300          1,100        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              33,450
4
          17,650        2,500        1,000                 700        500        300        300        2,500        1,100        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              32,950
 Total:            132,900     123,100 8%
Note:- Evening Programme Tution Fee Rs. 3000/- in addition per Semester.
Note:- Thesis Fee @ Rs. 3000/- will be charged at the time of Thesis submission.
* Subject to the approval of the Syndicate.
Master 2-Year Program
Morning: Master of Science (Computer Sciences, IT)
 Semester   Admission Fee   Registration Fee   Tuition Fee   Examination Fee   Computer Fee   Thesis Fee   Project Fee   Library Security   General Fund   Student Fund   Internet Uage   Medical Fund   Degree Fee   Breakage Fund   Sports Fund   Field Trip   Development Fund   Study Tour   Magzine Fund   Mosque Fund   TOTAL   Fee  in 2016  Percentage Increase
1
     1,800        1,800       18,150        2,500        2,000        2,000           700        500        300        300          1,100        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              37,550    
2
          18,150        2,500        2,000                 700        500        300        300          1,100        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              31,950
3
          18,150        2,500        2,000        3,000             700        500        300        300          1,100        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              34,950
4
          18,150        2,500        2,000                 700        500        300        300        2,500        1,100        600        2,000        2,500        500        500        300              34,450
 Total:            138,900     128,700 8%
Note:- Evening Programme Tution Fee Rs. 3000/- in addition per Semester.
Note:- Thesis Fee @ Rs. 3000/- will be charged at the time of Thesis submission.
* Subject to the approval of the Syndicate.