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October 23, 2016

Two-year bachelors to be replaced by four-year BS

Peshawar

 
October 23, 2016

ABBOTTABAD: The special assistant to the chief minister on Information and Higher Education, Mushtaq Ahmed Ghani, has disclosed that two-year B.A, B.Sc graduation would soon be replaced by four-year B.S programme in all universities and colleges of the province.

He said that measures were underway to introduce hi-tech higher education of international standards and a consortium had been constituted to start first educational session in one of the seven selected disciplines from the next academic year at Haripur University, with technical assistance and collaboration of a world reputed Austrian university.

Speaking as chief guest at the convocation of Government Postgraduate Girls College Mandian here, he said that the hi-tech education model would later be replicated in other universities of the province at an estimated cost of Rs9 billion.

He said this step was taken by the present provincial government under its education reforms agenda that
was set by PTI chairman Imran Khan.

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