AIOU extends admission date to Sep 20
ISLAMABAD, SEP 06 (DNA) – Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has extended the admission date of Matriculation / FA and I.Com with late fee charges for the autumn semester 2021 till September 20th.
Vice Chancellor, AIOU, Prof. Dr. Zia Ul-Qayyum approved the extension and said that those who want to get admission should be allowed to continue their education as It is our national responsibility to do so. Earlier, the last date for admissions was September 6.
According to Syed Zia-ul-Hasnain, Director Admissions, late fee charges for the matriculation program are Rs. 300 and for FA and I.Com late fee charges are Rs. 500. Banks have been directed to collect fees from students till the new date.
Admission forms and prospectuses are available on sale points set up at the University’s main campus in Islamabad and regional offices in different cities of the country. For the convenience of the students, prospectuses and admission forms of all the programs have also been provided on the AIOU website www.aiou.edu.pk.
Students will have to deposit fee in any branch of UBL, ABL, MCB or First Women Bank. Students can also submit fees through Jazz Cash, Easypaisa and UPay’s mobile app 786 # USSD String / Retailer Agent / Franchise and Mobilink, Telenor, UBank branches. The procedure of fee challan submission is provided in the prospectus.
In addition, admission in BA General (Associate Degree in Arts), B.Com (Associate Degree in Commerce), 2-year Associate Degree in Education, one-and-a-half, two-and-a-half & four-year B.Ed programs and four-year BS programs in 10 subjects offered in the second phase will continue till October 18. = DNA
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