SU admissions committee meets; reviews and resolves multiple matters at hand

SU admissions committee went into consultative session here at Vice Chancellor’s office on Wednesday to discuss statistical report of pre-entry test for admissions to bachelor degree programs held on November 2 instant, revise schedule for admissions to master degree programs and to review process of submissions of challans. The meeting was presided over by VC-SU Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat.

The meeting unanimously resolved to reduce passing marks cut-off for admissions eligibility from 40 to 30 in the wake of candidate high failure ratio, grant of permission to those candidates who had not ticked out on the admissions application from ‘Self Finance’ option to submit application in the office of the Director Admissions exercising that option until November 10 instant, special offer to candidates who appeared in the entry test 2019 at main campus at Jamshoro, and scored at least 30 passing marks; and later had a change of mind to seek placement at any of the SU additional campuses.

This offer will, however, remain subject to placement priority to candidates who have qualified test from national testing service (NTS) and those who had already opted for admission to the given specified sub-campuses.

The meeting encouraged the candidates intending to enroll in the evening programs to submit applications till November 10.

SU Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Fateh Muhammad Burfat extended heartiest felicitations to the pre-entry test organizing committee, conveners of all sub-committees and all other stakeholders involved upon successful execution of the test.

Pro vice chancellors and focal persons of various SU campuses, deans, academic and administrative heads and other relevant officials attended the meeting.