AIOU Launch New Academic Programmes

Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will launch some new academic programmes from Tuesday, August 1 with start of Autumn 2017 session, it was announced on Sunday. This is in line with recent initiatives undertaken by AIOU Vice Chancellor Dr Shahid Siddiqui expanding the scope of education, as per the need of society. This university is known as top university of Pakistan. The university is already running over 100 academic programmes from Matric to PhD-level. It has four faculties relating to sciences, social sciences, education and Islamic studies and each one was coming up with new programmes of public interest. These include PhD elementary teachers’ education, PhD, MS public nutrition and BS accounting and finance.

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Allama Iqbal Open University is a famous university of Pakistan. Every year thousand of students get admission here. The candidates can get education sitting in their homes and this distant learning education system is excellent for the candidates, who live in remote and less privileged areas & the candidates have not enough financial sources to complete their education. This university gives all type of facilities to its all students. AIOU provides education to the students through distant learning programs in which they send books & reading materials to the candidates. You get complete detail about this university online free from this page.  After completing of the period, AIOU sends date sheet and AIOU roll number slips to the candidates ensuring their participation in the exams. AIOU also provide free books to its all students.   It is a kind of attractive university and applicants have been rising per year because Allama Iqbal Open University offers extensive kinds of programs that have been related to undergraduate and also post-graduate, and also doctoral programmes. All told 23 new academic programmes have been introduced in a short span of time to cover a wide-range of disciplines relating to country’s socio-economic development.