PPP Campuses students get exemption from Comprehensive Exam

Published On: June 21, 2017

June 8,  The Syndicate of the University of Sargodha approved to exempt the students of Public Private Partnership Campuses (PPP) of UOS from Comprehensive examination. The matter of conduct of comprehensive examination of students of the sub campuses established under public-private partnership was discussed in the recent meeting of the syndicate.

 The august body after through consideration and deliberation on the issue of comprehensive examination taken by some of the students of sub campuses to the Court, was of the view that enrolled students should not suffer on account of any deviation or misrepresentation by the sub campuses concerned.

Therefore, to avoid the hardship of the enrolled students, the Syndicate in its meeting decided to exempt the students enrolled up to Fall 2016 from appearing in the comprehensive examination.

 The students enrolled up to Fall 2016 by all the sub campuses established under PPP mode and duly registered with University of Sargodha will, However, be required to complete the degree requirements as per Semester Regulations 2008 amended from time to time. Thus, one time dispensation has been granted by the Syndicate.

However, at the same time, taking notice of the situation, the Syndicate has directed the PPP sub campuses to expressly inform the future sessions about the mandatory condition of comprehensive examination in writing through all possible means including prospectus and admission advertisements as well as conducting of orientation sessions. For the purpose, the said clause will also be incorporated in the Semester Regulations of the University.