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Sargodha University Date Sheet of M.A/M.Sc. Part-II/Composite 1st Annual Examination 2015

Sargodha University Date Sheet of M.A/M.Sc. Part-II/Composite 1st Annual Examination 2015

UNIVERSITY OF SARGODHA

                                                                         DATE SHEET                                       No. UOS/ACC:  6298

             

M.A/M.Sc. Part-II/Composite 1st Annual Examination 2015 to be held in September/ October 2015

Time          2:00 pm to 05:00 pm

 

    Written Examination

 

 

 

 

Note:    Candidates must keep their Original National Identity Card and Roll No. Slip with them during the course of

Examination failing which they would not be allowed to take the Examination.

 

   Date & Day
Subject
Paper No
Title of Paper
Part II
Composite
 

 

 

 

 

 

09-09-2015

Wednesday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arabic I VI Aloom-Ul-Lisan
 

English

I VI Poetry – II       (Old Course)
I VI Modern Poetry  (New Course)
Political Science VI VI Comparative Political System
Urdu VI VI Iqbal ka Khasoosi Motalia
Pakistan Studies VI VI Ancient Civilization Indus Valley and Gandhara
Mathematics VI VI Advanced Analysis
Physical Education VII Research Methodology in Physical Education
Psychology VI Social Psychology
Education XII Research Methods in Education
Mass Communication VII Public Relations and Advertising
International Relations VI VI International Political Economy
10-09-2015

Thursday

 

 

History

 

I VI Group A   Ancient History of Indo  Pak
I VI Group B   History of Umayyads & Abbasides
I VI Group C   History of Ancient Europe (1452-1789)
Islamic Studies I VI Al-Fiqah
Punjabi I VI Jadeed Shairi
Economics I VII International Trade Theory and Finance
 

Botany

VII

VII

Genetics (New Scheme)

Bacteriology and Virology (Old Scheme)

Social Work VIII Social Research Methods
Zoology VII Wildlife and Fisheries
Sociology VII Population Dynamics
Political Science XVI XVI Defence and Strategic Studies.
International Relations IX IX Research Methodology
11-09-2015

Friday

 

Arabic II VII Al- Shair-Ul-Arabi
English II VII Drama-II (Old/New Course)
Political Science VII VII Pakistan Movement
Urdu VII VII Asaleeb-e-Nasr aur Jadeed Asnaf-e-Nasar
Mathematics VII VII Methods of Mathematical Physics
Pakistan Studies VII VII Political Parties in Pakistan
Physical Education VIII Bio Mechanics
Psychology VII Behavioral Neuroscience
Mass Communication VIII Radio Production Theory & Practice
Education XIII Educational Administration
International Relations VII VII International Law
 

 

 

 

14-09-2015

Monday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14-09-2015

Monday

 

 

History

 

II VII Group A   History of Sultanate of Delhi (712-1526)
II VII Group B   Muslim Rule in Spain
II VII Group C   History of  Modern Europe  (1789-1945)
Islamic Studies II VII Dawat-O-Irshad
Political Science XVII XVII Modern Political Thought-Western
Punjabi II VII Tanqeed (Nazri Tay Amli)
Economics II VIII Econometrics Theory and Application
 

Botany

 

VIII Cell and Molecular Biology    (Old Scheme)
VIII Environmental and Conservation Biology (New Scheme)
Social Work IX
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Social Statistics & Computer Applications

Zoology VIII Animal Ecology
Sociology VIII Sociology of Development
Education XIV Comparative Education
International Relations X X Diplomacy
15-09-2015

Tuesday

Arabic III VIII Tareekh – Al- Adab- Ul- Arabi
 

English

 

III VIII Novel – II   (Old Course)
III VIII Fiction – II  (New Course)
Political Science VIII VIII The Muslims World Dynamics and Issues
Urdu VIII VIII Asaleeb- e- Shair Aur Jadeed Asnaf-e-Shair
Mathematics VIII VIII Numerical Analysis
Pakistan Studies VIII VIII Pakistan and the Current Affairs
Physical Education IX Sports Medicine
Psychology VIII Experimental Psychology
Mass Communication IX T.V Production
International Relations VIII VIII Foreign Policy of Pakistan
16-09-2015

Wednesday

 

 

History

 

III VIII Group A  History of the Great Mughals (1526-1707)
III

 

VIII

 

Group B  History of the Ottomans Empire &

Modern Turkey (1288-1999)

III VIII Group C  History of England (1688-1945)
Islamic Studies III VIII Islam and Modern Economic Thoughts and  Movements
Punjabi III VIII Motalia Seerat Qomi Shairi
Economics III IX Development Economics Theory and Policy
Botany    IX Plant Physiology
Social Work X Social Legislation & Social Action
Zoology IX Evoloution & Principles of Systematics
Sociology IX Community Development
Mathematics XVI XVI Theory of Approximation and Splines
Political Science    XVIII XVIII Modern Political Thought-Muslims
Education XV Educational Planning and Financing
International Relations XI XI Political Systems of Major Powers (US.China,Russia)
17-09-2015

Thursday

Arabic

 

 

 

 

IV(a) IX(a) Manhaj -Al-Bahas Wal Tahqeeq
IV(b) IX(b) Ilm-ul-Lughat
IV(c) IX(c) Tarjamat -tun-Nusoos-Bil Lughatain
IV(d) IX(d) Alsaqafat -Al-Arabia
IV(e) IX(e) Tareekh-Ul-Islam
English IV IX Literary Criticism (Old / New Course)
Political Science IX IX External Relations of Pakistan
Urdu IX IX Urdu Lisaniyat
Pakistan Studies IX IX Local Self Government in Pakistan
Mathematics IX IX Mathematical  Statistics
Physical Education X Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education
Psychology IX Development Psychology
Mass Communication X International communications
International Relations XII Defense and Strategic Studies
18-09-2015

Friday

 

History

 

IV IX Group A    History of Later Mughals (1707-1857)
IV IX Group B    History of Modern Arab World (1914-2005)
IV IX Group C    History of U.S.A (1783-1945)
Islamic Studies

 

 

IV (i)

IV (ii)

IV (iii)

IX (i)

IX (ii)

IX (iii)

Islam and Science

Islam and Philosophy

The Resources and Problems of Islamic World

Mathematics X X Computer Applications
Political Science XIII XIII Political Sociology
Punjabi V X Lisaniyat
Economics IV X Research Methodology
Botany X Plant  Systematics  and Taxonomy
Social Work XI Human Growth & Behavior
Zoology X Principles of Toxicology
Sociology X Sociology of social Change
Education XVI Human Resource Management in Education
International Relations XIII International Political Geography
21-09-2015

Monday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21-09-2015

Monday

English

 

English

 

 

V X Short Stories (Old/New Course)
VI/VIII XI/XIII
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Literature in English Around the World (Old/New Course)

VII/VI XII/XI Linguistics    (Old / New Course)
VIII /VII XIII/XII Essay           (Old / New Course)
Political Science

 

 

X

 

X

Foreign Polices of Major Powers U.S.A / U.S.S.R China France and Britain
Mathematics XI XI Group Theory
Urdu XI XI Fun-e-Sahafat Aur Urdu Sahafat
Pakistan Studies X X Human Rights in Pakistan
Physical Education XI Administration and Management in Physical Education
 

Psychology

 

X Counseling Psychology
XI Clinical Psychology
XII Organizational Psychology
    XIII Educational Psychology
Mass Communication XI Development Support Communication
International Relations XIV XIV Contemporary Issues of Middle East
Education XVII Counseling Techniques
Zoology XVIII Advance in Insect Pest Management
 22-09-2015

Tuesday

History

 

 

V X Group A   History of the Punjab (1021-1947)
V X Group B   History of Central Asia
V X Group C  International Relations & Organizations

                (1945-2005)

Islamic Studies

 

 

V(i) X(i) Islamic and Modern Political and Social Thoughts
V (ii) X(ii) Islamic Morality and Mysticism
V(iii) X(iii) Ilm-Ul-Kalam
Mathematics XII XII Rings and Modules
Punjabi VI XI Jawab Mazmoon
 

Economics

 

V (i) XI(i) Advanced Mathematical Economics
V (ii) XI(ii) Applied Economics and Computer Application
V (iii) XI(iii) Operations Research
Botany Xi Biostatistics
 

 

Social Work

XII(a) Demography
XII(b) Child Rights
XII(c) Social Problems of Pakistan
XII (d) Medical & Psychiatric Social Work
Zoology XI Zoogeography and Paleontology
Sociology XI Survey Methods  & Report Writing
Political Science XV XV Public Administration
Pak Studies XV XV The Problems and Politics of Federalism in Pakistan
Education XVIII Assessment and Evaluation
International Relations XV XV Foreign Policies of Neighboring Countries

(China, India, Afshanistan and Iran)

28-09-2015

Monday

Arabic

 

 

 

V (b) X (b) Al Lughat-ul-Arabia
V (c) X (c) Al Adab-ul-Muqarin
V (d) X (d) Al Adab-ul-Arabia- Fi- Shabah-al-Qarat
V (e) X (e) Al Adab-ul-Islami
Political Science XI XI International Law
Urdu XII XII  Mir-O-Ghalib Ka Khasoosi Motalia
Pak Studies XI XI Military Role in Pakistan
Mass Communication XII National and International Affairs
 

Economics

 

 

VIII(i) XIV(i) VI.           Labour Economics
VIII(ii) XIV(ii) VII.         Human Resource Development and Management
VIII(iii) XIV(iii) Regional Economics
VIII(iv) XIV(iv) Economic Principles, Strategies and Techniques of Marketing
Education XIX Teaching of English
Zoology XII Animal Behaviour
International Relations XVI XVI International Political Geography
 

 

 

29-09-2015

Tuesday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

29-09-2015

Tuesday

Mathematics XIII XIII Number Theory
Political Science XIV XIV Local Self Government in Pakistan.
Punjabi VIII XIII Wahran Jang Namay Tay Lok Adab
 

 

Economics

 

VI(i) XII(i) Monetary Theory and Policy
VI (ii) XII(ii) Public Sector Economics
VI (iii) XII(iii) Investment and Project Appraisal
VI (IV) XII(IV)
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Managerial Economics

Pak Studies XII XII Mass Media and Communication in Pakistan
Botany Xii Plants Cell Tissue and organ Culture
Zoology XX Fish Physiology and Breeding
 

Sociology

 

XII Sociology of Gender issues – I
XIII Criminology and Sociology of Deviance  – II
XIV Social Problems of Pakistan – III
Urdu XIII XIII Urdu Tanz-O-Mazah Ki Rawayat
Education XX Teaching of Mathematics
International Relations XVII XVII International Politics of Central Asia
30-09-2015

Wednesday

Political Science XII XII International organizations
Urdu

 

XIV XIV  Farsi Zaban-O-Adab
XV XV  Arabi Zaban-O-Adab
 

Physical Education

 

 

 

XII (i)

XII (ii)

XII (iii)

XII (iv)

XII (v)

Health and Environmental Science

Sports Injuries / Rehabilitation and its Management

Curriculum Development in Physical Education

Exercise Physiology

Sports Nutrition

Mass Communication XIII Basic Concepts in Social Sciences
Mathematics XIV XIV Fluid Mechanics
Punjabi IX XIV Sahafat Tay Mussawada Nigari
Pak Studies XIV XIV The Problems of Population of Pakistan
Zoology XXII Ornithology
Botany XX Plant Ecology-I
Education XXI Teaching of General Science
International Relations XVIII Dynamics of Muslim World
01-10-2015

Thursday

Mathematics XV XV Special  Relativity and Analytical Dynamics
Punjabi IV IX Arabi , Farsi Ton Punjabi Wich Tarjamay
Political Science XIX XIV Research Methodology
 

 

Economics

 

 

VII(i) XIII(i) History of Economic Thought
VII(ii) XIII(ii) Comparative Economic Systems
VII (iii XIII(iii) Environmental Economics
VII (iv) XIII(iv) Agricultural Economics
VII (v) XIII (v) Political Economy and Global Order
Pak Studies XIII XIII Legal System in Pakistan  Civil and Criminal
Zoology XVII Human Embryology and Teratology
Urdu X X Asool-o-Tareeq, Tahqeeq-O-Tadween
Botany XXI Plant Ecology-II
Education XXII Teaching of Pakistan Studies
International Relations XIX XIX Conflict Management & Resolution
02-10-2015

Friday

 

 

Political Science

 

XX XX Political System of India, Bangla Desh, Sri Lanka and Nepal
XXI XXI Political System of Iran, Iraq and Egypt
XXII XXII Political System of Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria
XXIII XXIII Political System of Sweden, Norway and Denmark
XXIV XXIV Political System of France, Germany and Switzerland
Education XXIII Teaching of Urdu
Zoology XVI Fundamentals of Hematology
International Relations XX XX Area Focused Studies South Asia, South East Asia, Central Asia, Middle East, Far East and Asia Pacific (any one Area)

 

 

Note:

  • Results will be announced in the 11th week after the conclusion of the Examination.
  • Dates for commencement of Practical / Viva Voce Examinations are given below. Practical / Viva Voce Examinations of regular students will be communicated to the Principals of their respective colleges whereas schedule of Practical / Viva Voce Examinations of private candidates will be dispatched at their postal addresses. Regular students are advised to remain in touch with their Principals. If any private student does not receive any intimation regarding Practical / Viva Voce Examinations before commencement date, he must contact the office of Controller of Examinations on telephone No. 048–9230905.

 

 

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Subject Date/s of Practical Group/s Paper
Zoology 26-10-2015 I – II Practical
Botany 26-10-2015 I – II Practical
Psychology 27-10-2015 I – II Viva – Voce
Mass Communication 27-10-2015 I – II Practical
Social work 28-10-2015 I – II Viva – Voce
Mathematics 28-10-2015 I – II Viva – Voce
Sociology 28-10-2015 I – II Viva – Voce
Physical Education 02-11-2015 I – IV Practical
Islamic Studies 03-11-2015 I – VIII Viva – Voce

 

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CANDIDATES

Candidates are directed to note the following instructions:-

 

  1. Roll No. should be written on the right of the title page of the answer book only and not at any other place. Answer book number should also not be mentioned inside the answer book.
  2. Marks of identification should not be made any-where in the answer book or on the title page.
  3. Part with any material relevant to the syllabus before entering into the Examination Hall.
  4. No appeal to be made to the Examiner in the answer book.
  5. Abusive or Obscene language should not be used in the answer book.
  6. Unfair Means Case will be registered against the candidate who refuses to obey Center Superintendent, changes his/her Roll No / Seat with another candidate, create disturbance, stages walkout, resorts to pen down strike or instigate others to do so, or otherwise misbehave in or around the Examination Hall.
  7. Unfair Means Case will be registered against the candidate who is found in possession of fire-arms or anything capable of being used as a weapon of offence in or around Examination Hall.
  8. No one is allowed to leave the Examination Hall before first one hour is over. If any one leaves after one hour or before half the time is over, he/she shall not be allowed to take away the Question Paper.
  9. Un-authorized change of center is strictly prohibited. If any one change his/ her center of examination at his/ her own, un-fair means case will be registered against him/her, similarly no change of subject is allowed unless permitted by the University.
  10. No one can appear in the Examination without getting his/her Roll Number Slip. Unfair-means case shall be registered   against    those   who will violate the instructions and rules/regulations of the University.

 

 

Prof Dr. Muhammad Iqbal Ch

Controller of Examinations

 

 

 

 

 

 

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