KARACHI, (Pakistan Point News - APP - 20th Jan, 2017 ) : The University of Karachi has been striving to provide best facilities to its new entrants because they are our future and their academic upbringing must be exceptional. That is the prime reason due to which the number of applicants for admission at the varsity is increasing every year and the process of admissions has become very transparent by introducing test culture. This was stated by Vice-Chancellor of Karachi University, Prof.
Dr. Muhammad Qaiser, on Friday. He said that the administration has not compromised on ensuring merit on every level in the admission process which is greatly admired by the students and their parents. The Vice-Chancellor also lauded the role of Director Admissions Professor Dr. Khalid Iraqi for making exceptional arrangements for the new entrants and their parents at the admission camp office where 20 information desks and helpline are there to facilitate the students in the admission process and the bank booth is also located in the admission camp for collection of fees to provide convenience to the new entrance which is highly appreciable.
Prof. Dr. Qaiser made these remarks while visiting the Admission Camp Office at the University. He was accompanied by Director Admissions, Professor Dr. Khalid Iraqi, and President Karachi University Teachers Society (KUTS), Dr. Shakeel Farooqui. Dr. Iraqi informed the Vice Chancellor that this year 23,295 forms were issued for morning program Bachelors and Masters admissions in various faculties from which 8,222 admissions were given. Out of these 1,737 admissions were given in bachelors test based while 3,314 were given in bachelors open merit category.
As many as 704 admissions were given in test based masters while 1,967 in open merit masters category. In all, 500 admissions were given in Pharm-D morning and evening program. As many as, 6,504 admission forms were issued for evening program in which 3,538 admissions were given, informed Dr. Khalid Iraqi. The parents and students appreciated the arrangements of the admission camp office and informed the Vice Chancellor that the staff of the varsity is very helpful and always present for guidance and facilitation. A special helpline camp was also established for the guidance of the students and parents. The Vice chancellor visited every desk and appreciated the staff who was tirelessly busy in their work. APP/rak/pas/rn