UHS To Open PhD, MPhil Admissions On Oct 30

(@Abdulla99267510)

UHS to open PhD, MPhil admissions on Oct 30

Applications for admissions shall be accepted through an online portal while entry tests for PhD and MPhil will be held on November 19.

LAHORE: (UrduPoint/Pakistan Point Mews-Oct 24th, 2023) The University of Health Sciences' (UHS) Administrative and Academic Advisory Committee (AAAC), in a meeting held on Tuesday at the Jinnah Campus, gave the nod to the PhD and MPhil admission schedule for the session 2023-24, with application process starting on October 30.

The meeting, chaired by Vice-Chancellor Professor Ahsan Waheed Rathore, was attended by the heads of all administrative and academic departments.

The members were informed that the university will admit candidates in five disciplines for PhD and twelve for MPhil degree programs this year.

Applications for admissions shall be accepted through an online portal while entry tests for PhD and MPhil will be held on November 19. The admission process, including interviews, will be completed by December 31, and classes will commence from January 1, 2024.

The meeting also evaluated the performance of 270 MPhil and 75 PhD students. It was decided that the university and its affiliated colleges will shift to a semester-based system for B.S. degree programs starting this year. The Doctor of Physical Therapy degree program will also be shifted from annual to the semester system.

Committee members expressed deep sorrow and condolences on the untimely death of Professor Dr. Tania Ahmed Shakoori, Head of the Physiology Department. Fateha was offered for the departed soul. To recognise her services, it was decided in the meeting to name the university's conference room after her.

Approval was also granted for the establishment of a Career Counseling and Placement Center. This center will operate under the auspices of the University's Alumni Association.

Abdullah Hussain

Abdullah Hussain is a staff member who writes on politics, human rights, social issues and climate change.