BSc Bachelor of Science Annual Examination Part-1 Part-2 Rules Results Date Sheets Subjects Procedure

Statute s :
1. The examination for the Bachelor of Science shall consist of two parts, hereinafter called Part- I Examination and Part- II Examination.
2. The Part-I Annual Examination shall be held towards the end of first academic year, followed by the Supplementary Examination of that year. The Part- II Annual Examination shall be held towards the end of second academic year, followed by the Supplementary Examination of that year.
3. Each academic year, normally begins in September.
4. Part – I and Part – II Annual Examinations followed by Supplementary Examinations will be held on such
dates as may be fixed by the Controller of Examinations.
5. All the regular students shall appear in Part-I and Part-II examinations separately, from Annual Examinations 2016and 2017 respectively, however, the late college and external/private candidates will be allowed to appear in Part-I and Part-II Examinations separately or in both parts simultaneously from Annual Examination 2017, if otherwise eligible.
6. Private candidates shall study the same courses and syllabi as prescribed for the Regular candidates. They will also be governed by the same statutes and regulations as notified for regular candidates.
7. A student shall cease to be a regular student as soon as his classes of Partt-II are terminated towards the end of the second academic year.
8. The minimum number of marks required to pass this examination shall be thirty-three percent in each subject, separately in written paper and practical.
9. The total number of chances shall be 1+3 for each part separately.
10. The exempted candidate may be allowed to appear in Part-II examination provisionally along with the failing papers of Part-I (if otherwise eligible) simultaneously.
11. In case an exempted candidate fails to qualify Part-I examination, his result of Part-II be declared if he is not
passing Part-II examination. This will enable the candidate to reappear in the failing papers of Part -I as well as that of Part-II examination.
12. Where an exempted candidate who appears in the failing papers of Part-I along with Part-II examinations simultaneously fails to qualify Part-I examination but passes his Part-II examination, his result of Part-II examination be not declared till he passes Part-I examination under the chances permissible to him/her. If such candidates fail to qualify their Part-I within prescribed chances, there Part-II result shall stand cancelled/quashed. Provided that in case of any candidate appearing in both parts simultaneously and
declared as full fail in Part-I, his result of Part-II examination shall also stands cancelled.
13. The candidate who fails after availing all the prescribed chances (i.e. 1+3) of Part-II or remains absent in the examination shall be allowed to reappear in the Part-II examination with full subjects, provided that he will have to appear in the syllabi currently enforce in the year in which he appears in the examination.
14. No student shall be permitted to take Part-I/Part-II Examination as a regular student unless he submits an
examination admission form, duly signed by the Principal of the College, certifying that: -(a) the student concerned has been on the rolls of the College during the academic year immediately preceding the examination;
(b) he has attended not less than two-thirds of the total number of lectures delivered to his class, in each paper, separately in theory and practicals, during the academic year immediately preceding the
(c) his performance, as judged through class tests, assignments etc. has been satisfactory;
(d) his character and conduct have been good;
(e) he has cleared all the dues of the College and has paid, in full, the prescribed examination fee; and
(f) he has, in case of Part-II Examination passed the Part-I Examination or is failing in two subjects of
Part-I in accordance with the prescribed Regulations.
15. De t a i l o f t h e S u b j e c t s / P a p e r s f o r B a c h e lo r of S c i e n c e E xami n a t i o n s o f P a r t – I & P a r t – I I a s u n d e r :
1. The candidates appearing in Annual Examination 2016 will be allowed to appear in their failing subjects
according to the old scheme till their prescribed chances.
Part- I
1. Islamic Studies & Pakistan Studies (Compulsory) 100 marks
2. Elective – 1 I 100 marks
3. Elective – 2 I 100 marks
4. Elective – 3 I 100 marks
Total = 400 marks
Part- II
1. English (B.Sc.) – (Compulsory) 100 marks
2. Elective – 1 II 100 marks
3. Elective – 2 II 100 marks
4. Elective – 3 II 100 marks
Total = 400 marks
Grand Total = Part- I + Part-II =800 marks
16. Every candidate shall be required to offer Islamic Studies / Ethics and Pakistan Studies (60+40 marks
separately) and English as compulsory subjects carrying 100 marks each and any one of the following
groups of subjects. Every subject in each of the groups shall carry 200 marks:-1. Physics, Mathematics (General) and Chemistry
2. Physics, Mathematics (General) and Statistics
3. Physics, Mathematics (General) and Space Science
4. Physics, Mathematics (General) and Geology
5. Physics, Mathematics (General) and Geography
6. Physics, Mathematics (General) and Applied Psychology/Psychology
7. Physics, Mathematics A Course and Mathematics B Course
8. Physics, Statistics and Applied Psychology/Psychology
9. Physics, Chemistry and Statistics
10. Physics, Mathematics (General) and Computer Studies
11. Physics, Chemistry and Computer Studies
12. Chemistry, Economic and Geography
13. Chemistry, Botany and Computer Studies
14. Chemistry, Zoology and Computer Studies
15. Botany, Chemistry and Geography
16. Botany, Chemistry and Statistics
17. Botany, Zoology and Computer Studies
18. Zoology, Chemistry and Botany
19. Zoology, Chemistry and Geography
20. Zoology, Chemistry and Statistics
21. Applied Psychology/ Psychology, Statistics and Geography
22. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Mathematics (General) and Geography
23. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Chemistry and Zoology
24. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Statistics and Essentials of Home Economics
25. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Mathematics (General)and Essentials of Home Economics
26. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Chemistry and Essentials of Home Economies.
27. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Geography and Essentials of Home Economics.
28. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Botany and Zoology.
29. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Physics and Chemistry.
30. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Botany and Geography.
31. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Chemistry] and Geography.
32. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Zoology and Geography.
33. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Chemistry and Botany.
34. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Statistics and Economics.
35. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Mathematics (General) & Computer Studies.
36. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Geography and Computer Studies.
37. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Statistics and Mathematics (General).
38. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Statistics and Geography.
39. Applied Psychology/Psychology, Geography and Economics.
40. Statistics, Mathematics A. Course and Mathematics B Course.
41. Statistics, Mathematics (General) and Space Science.
42. Statistics, Mathematics (General) and Applied Psychology/Psychology.
43. Statistics, Economics and Geography.
44. Statistics, Economics and Computer Studies.
45. Mathematics A Course, Mathematics B Course and Space Science.
46. Mathematics A Course, Mathematics B Course and Economics.
47. Mathematics A Course, Mathematics B Course and Computer Science.
48. Mathematics A Course, Mathematics B Course and Statistics.
49. Mathematics (General), Geography and Economics.
50. Mathematics (General), Geography and Statistics.
51. Mathematics (General), Chemistry and Computer Studies.
52. Mathematics (General), Statistics and Computer Studies.
53. Mathematics (General), Economics and Computer Studies.
54. Mathematics (General), Statistics and Economics.
55. Geography, Geology and Space Science.
56. Geography, Statistics and Space Science.
57. Geography, Botany and Zoology.
58. Geography, Geology and Botany.
59. Geography, Geology and Zoology.
60. Geography, Economics and Computer Studies.
61. Geology, Chemistry and Zoology.
62. Geology, Chemistry and Physics.
63. Geology, Chemistry and Geography.
64. Aero Science, Physics and Mathematics (General)
65. Mathematics A Course, Statistics and Computer Studies.
66. Mathematics A Course, Statistics and Physics
67. App. Psychology/Psychology, Geography and Physics
68. Mathematics A Course, Economics and Computer Studies
69. Biochemistry, Chemistry, Botany.
70. Biochemistry, Chemistry, Zoology.
71. Biochemistry, Botany, Zoology.
72. Biochemistry, Chemistry, Psychology/Applied Psychology.
73. Biochemistry, Chemistry, Physics.
74. Biochemistry, Chemistry, Statistics.
75. Biochemistry, Chemistry, Mathematics (General).
76. Microbiology, Botany, Chemistry
77. Microbiology, Zoology, Chemistry
78. Microbiology, Genetics, Chemistry
79. Microbiology, Botany, Biochemistry
80. Microbiology, Zoology, Biochemistry
81. Microbiology, Genetics, Chemistry
82. Genetics, Botany, Chemistry
83. Genetics, Zoology, Chemistry
84. Genetics, Botany, Biochemistry
85. Genetics, Zoology, Biochemistry
86. Genetics, Microbiology, Biochemistry
87. Applied Psychology, Zoology, Statistics
88. Physics, Computer Science General Mathematics
Provided that the candidates shall appear in subjects / papers of Part-I and Part-II as per statutes -15 above.
All those candidates who have passed B.Sc. with General Mathematics need only to qualify B-Course of
Mathematics (Paper I & II) as an additional subject for eligibility of admission to M.Sc. Mathematics or for
appearing in M.Sc. Mathematics Examination as an external/private candidates.
An outline of the Tests in each subject is given in Appendix ‘A’ of the Syllabus. This outline can be changed
from time to time by the Academic Council, with the approval of the Syndicate. Such changes being always
duly notified at least one year before the date of the examination in which they will take effect. The Courses of
Reading prescribed by the Syndicate are specified in Appendix ‘B’ of the Syllabus. In cases where text -books
(latest edition) are prescribed the candidates shall be required not only to show a thorough knowledge of the
text-book but also to answer questions of a similar standard set with a view to testing their general knowledge of
the subject.
The distribution of marks in each paper is given in Appendix ‘A’ of the Syllabi and courses.
17. The medium of examination in all subjects shall be English. The medium of examination in Islamic
Studies/Ethics and Pakistan Studies shall be Urdu or English.

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