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March 2, 2015

Confusion over B-Tech admissions cleared

Islamabad

 
March 2, 2015

Islamabad: The government watchdog for higher education, HEC, has announced the students, who have completed or are already enrolled before Spring 2015 in two-year B-Tech (Pass) degree programme, will be eligible to take admission in third year or fifth semester of the four-year B-Tech programme.
However, this, according to it, will be subject to the fulfilment of the requirements of the respective degree awarding educational institutions.
The HEC also said if deemed appropriate, the degree awarding educational institutions could transfer students enrolled in the two-year B-Tech (Pass) programme to the four-year B-Tech programme after the fulfilment of their requirements.
It has already formally informed all degree awarding institutions that it will not recognise degrees of two-year B-Tech Programmes of those candidates, who are enrolled for these degree programmes for the Spring-2015 session and onwards.
The HEC asked degree awarding institutions not to offer the two-year B-Tech Programmes in the Spring 2015 session.

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