Sargodha University MA, MSc and M.Com Date Sheet 1st Annual 2019

Date Sheet of MA /  MSc / M.Com Part One and Two 1st Annual Examination, 2019


M.A/M.Sc Part-I/Composite & M.Com Part-I 1st Annual Examination 2019 to be held in November 2019


M.A/M.Sc Part-II/Composite and M.Com Part-I 1st Annual Examination 2019 to be held in November / December 2019

M.A/M.Sc Part-I/Composite 1st Annual Examination 2019 to be held in November 2019

02:00 pm to 05:00 pm

Written Examination 

Note-1:  Candidates must keep with them their Original Computerized National Identity Card and Roll No. Slip during the course of Examinations, failing which they would not be allowed to take the Examination.

Date & Day Subject LK. No Paper


English 131 I. Classical Poetry
Arabic 132 I. Tatbeeq-Ul-Qawaid-UL-Arabia
History 133 I. Research Methodology and Historiography
Islamic Studies 134 I. Al-Quran
Mathematics 135 I. Real Analysis
Social Work 136 I. History & Philosophy of Social Work
Psychology 137 I. Contemporary Schools & Perspectives in Psychology
Physical Education 138 I. Philosophy of  Physical Education and Recreation
Political Science 139 I. Western Political Thought
Pakistan Studies 140 I. Muslim Nationalism in South Asia 1857-1947
Mass Communication 141 I. Functional Media Language (English/Urdu)
Commerce 142 I Principles of Marketing & Fundamentals of  Management


Economics 143 I. Micro Economics Theory
Punjabi 144 I. Classici Shairi
Urdu 145 I. Urdu Ghazal
Zoology 146 I. Biochemistry
Botany 147 I. Phycology and Bryology
Sociology 148 I. Principles of Sociology
Education 149 I. Philosophy  of Education
International Relations 150 I. Introduction to International Relations
Physics 151 I. Methods of Mathematical Physics  (New Course)
152 I. Methods of Mathematical Physics  (Old Course)
Chemistry 153 I. Inorganic Chemistry (Old Course)
154 I. Physical Chemistry (New Course)
Commerce 155 II Quantitative Techniques in Business


English 156 II. Drama -I
Arabic 157 II.  Al- Inshao Walmuhadisa
History 158 II.  Early History of Islam (571 – 661 )
Islamic Studies 159 II.  Al-Hadith
Mathematics 160 II.  Algebra
Social Work 161 II.  Social Case Works
Psychology 162 II.  Research Methodology and Research Designs
Physical Education 163 II.  Movement Education (Basic Concepts)
Political Science 164 II.  Muslim Political Thought & Institutions
Pakistan Studies 165 II.   Research Methodology and Historiography
Mass Communication 166 II.   Feature, Column & Editorial Writing


Economics 167 II  Macro Economics Theory
Punjabi 168 II. Nasar Qadam Tay Jadeed
Urdu 169 II. Urdu Adab Ki Tareekh
Zoology 170 II. Development Biology
Botany 171 II. Mycology and Plant Pathology
Sociology 172 II. Sociological Theory
Education 173 II. Introduction to Education
International Relations 174 II. Theories of International Relations
Physics 175 II. Classical Mechanics (New Course)
176 II. Classical Mechanics (Old Course)
Chemistry 177 II.  Organic Chemistry (Old Course)
178 II. Inorganic Chemistry (New Course)
Commerce 179 III Financial Management


English 180 III. Fiction – I
Arabic 181 III. Al- Nasar-UL-Hadith
History 182 III. State & Society in Muslim India 1206 – 1707
Islamic Studies 183 III. Comparative Study of Religions
Mathematics 184 III Complex Analysis and Differential Geometry
Social Work 185 III. Social Group Work
Psychology 186 III. Psychological Assessment
Physical Education 187 III. Basic Anatomy and Physiology
Political Science 188 III. Comparative and Developmental Politics
Pakistan Studies 189 III. Constitutional & Political Development in Pakistan 1947-2009
Mass Communication 190 III. Media History, Laws and Ethics
Education 191 IV  Instructional Methods


Economics 192 III. Mathematical Economics
Punjabi 193 III. Deen Tay Tassawaf
Urdu 194 III Urdu ka Afsanvi Adab
Zoology 195 III. Biostatistics
Botany 196 III. Plant Biochemistry
Sociology 197 III. Methods of Social Research
Education 198 III. Educational Psychology
International Relations 199 III. International Relations Since 1945
Physics 200 III. Electrodynamics (New Course)
201 III. Quantum Mechanics (Old Course)
Chemistry 202 III. Physical Chemistry (Old Course)
203 III. Organic Chemistry (New Course)
Commerce 204 IV Business Communication


English 205 IV. Prose
Arabic 206 IV. Al- Nasar-Ul-Qadeem
History 207 IV. Muslim Freedom Movement in South Asia (1858–1947)
Islamic Studies 208 IV.  Islamic History
Mathematics 209 IV. Mechanics
Social Work 210 IV. Community Development  and Organization
Psychology 211 IV. Abnormal Psychology
Physical Education 212 IV. Sports Psychology
Political Science 213 IV. International Relations
Pakistan Studies 214 IV. Pakistan Society and Culture
Mass Communication 215 IV. News Writing Techniques
Physics 216 V. Nuclear and Elementary Particle Physics (New Course)
217 IV. Solid State Physics-I (Old Course)
Education 218 VI – Educational Assessment and Evaluation
Commerce 219 V Managerial Economics


Economics 220 IV. Statistics for Economists
Punjabi 221 IV Khasoosi Motalia Waris Shah
Urdu 222 IV.  Tanqeed Adab Nazrya-o-Amal
Zoology 223 IV. Cell and Molecular Biology
Botany 224 IV. Morphology and Anatomy of Vascular Plants
Sociology 225 IV. Social Statistics
Education 226 V- Curriculum Development
International Relations 227 IV. Foreign Policy Analysis
Physics 228 IV. Electronics (New Course)
229 V- Electronics (Old Course)
Chemistry 230 IV. Industrial Process and Quality Control (Old Course)
231 IV.          (i) Bio-Chemistry (New Course)

(ii) Analytical Chemistry (New Course)



English 232 V. American Literature
Arabic 233 V. Al-Adab-Ud-Deeni (i) AL Quran Kareem

(ii) Al-Hadith Un Nabbvi

History 234 V. History of Pakistan  (1947 – 1999 )
Islamic Studies 235 V. Arabic Language & Literature
Mathematics 236 V.  Topology and Functional Analysis
Social Work 237 VI. (a) Gender and Development
238 VI. (b) Criminology
239 VI. (C) Human Rights


Psychology 240 V. Applied Statistics in Psychology
Physical Education 241 VI. Rules and Techniques of Games and Sports
Political Science 242 V. Ideology and Dynamics of Politics in Pakistan
Pakistan Studies 243 V. Foreign Policy of Pakistan 1947 – 2009
Mass Communication 244 VI. Research Methods
Sociology 245 VI. Social Psychology
Education 246 VIII. Communication Skills in English
Economics 247 VI. Major Issues in Pakistan Economy
Zoology 248 VI.  Genetics
Botany 249 VI. Cell and Molecular Biology
Commerce 250 VI Business Communication


Economics 251 V. Islamic Economics
Punjabi 252 V. Tareekh Adab
Urdu 253 V.  Urdu Lisaniyat Aur Qawaid
Zoology 254 V. Animal Physiology
Botany 255 V. Bacteriology and Virology
Mass Communication 256 V. Communication Theory
Social Work 257 V.  Social Policy & Welfare Administration
Sociology 258 V. Cultural Anthropology
Physical Education 259 V. Science of Track and Field
Education 260 VII. Classroom Management
Physics 261 VI. Atomic Physics (New Course)
262 VI. Atomic Physics (Old Course)
Chemistry 263 V. Basic Mathematics and Statistics (New Course)
International Relations 264 V International and Regional Organizations
Commerce 265 VII Management Information System


Dates for commencement of Practical / Viva Voce Examinations are given below. Schedule of Practical / Viva Voce Examinations of regular students will be communicated to the Principals of their respective colleges whereas schedule of Practical / Viva Voce Examination / Roll No Slips of private candidates will be uploaded on University Website. Regular students are advised to remain in touch with their Principals and private students are advised to remain in touch with University Website. In case of any query, the candidates can  contact the office of Controller of Examinations on telephone No. 048–9230905.

Sr. No  Subject Starting dates of  Practical /

Viva Voce Exams

Group/s Paper
1 Social Work 25-12-2019 I Viva – Voce

(Filed Work)

2 Physics 25-12-2019 II Practical
3 Zoology 30-12-2019 I Practical
4 Chemistry 01-01-2020 I Practical
5 Psychology 06-01-2020 I – II Viva – Voce
6 Botany 08-01-2020 II Practical
7 Physical Education 13-01-2020 I – IV Practical
8 Arabic 15-01-2020 I – VI Viva – Voce

M.A/M.Sc Part-II/Composite 1st Annual Examination 2019 to be held in November / December 2019

Timing è 02:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Written Examination
Date & Day
LK. No
Paper No
Title of Paper
Part II


English 266 I VI Modern Poetry
Arabic 267 I VI Aloom-Ul-Lisan
History 268 I VI Group A   Ancient History of Indo  Pak
269 I VI Group B   History of Umayyads & Abbasides
270 I VI Group C   History of Ancient Europe (1452-1789)
Islamic Studies 271 I VI Al-Fiqah
Mathematics 272 VI VI Advanced Analysis
Social Work 273 VIII
Social Research Methods
Psychology 274 VI Social Psychology
Physical Education 275 VII Research Methodology in Physical Education
Political Science 276 VI VI Comparative Political System
Mass Communication 277 VII Public Relations and Advertising
Zoology 278 XV Immunology
Botany 279 XIV Trends in Molecular Genetics
International Relations 280 VII VII International Law
Commerce 281 I Operations & Production Management


Economics 282 I VII International Trade Theory and Finance
Punjabi 283 I VI Jadeed Shairi
Urdu 284 VI VI Iqbal ka Khasoosi Motalia
Zoology 285 VII Wildlife and Fisheries
Botany 286 VII Genetics
Sociology 287 VII Population Dynamics
Education 288 IX Computer Applications in Education
Pakistan Studies 289 VI VI Ancient Civilization Indus Valley and Gandhara
International Relations 290 VI VI International Political Economy
Chemistry 291 I-A Organic Chemistry (Major) (Old Course )
292 I-B Inorganic Chemistry (Major) (Old Course)
293 I-C Physical Chemistry (Major) (Old Course)
294 I-D Analytical Chemistry (Major) (Old Course)
295 I -A Physical Chemistry (Special) (New Course)
296 I-B Inorganic Chemistry (Special) (New Course)
297 I-C Organic Chemistry (Special) (New Course)
298 I -D Biochemistry (Special) (New Course)
299 I-E Analytical Chemistry  (Special) (New Course)
Political Science 300 VII VII Pakistan Movement
Commerce 301 II Industrial & Management Accounting


English 302 II VII Drama-II
Arabic 303 II VII Al- Shair-Ul-Arabi
History 304 II VII Group A   History of Sultanate of Delhi (712-1526)
305 II VII Group B   Muslim Rule in Spain
306 II VII Group C   History of  Modern Europe  (1789-1945)
Islamic Studies 307 II VII Dawat-O-Irshad
Mathematics 308 VII VII Methods of Mathematical Physics
Social Work 309 IX Social Statistics & Computer Applications
Psychology 310 VII Behavioral Neuroscience
Botany 311 XV The Biochemistry  of the Nucleic Acids
Zoology 312 XIII Bioinformatics
Physical Education 313 VIII Bio Mechanics
Political Science 314 VIII VIII The Muslims World Dynamics and Issues
Mass Communication 315 VIII Radio Production Theory & Practice
International Relations 316 IX IX Research Methodology




Economics 317 II VIII Econometrics Theory and Application
Punjabi 318 II VII Tanqeed (Nazri Tay Amli)
Urdu 319 VII VII Asaleeb Nasar -e- Urdu
Zoology 320 VIII Animal Ecology
Botany 321 VIII Environmental and Conservation Biology
Sociology 322 VIII Sociology of Development
Education 323 X Research Methods in Education
Pakistan Studies 324 VII VII Political Parties in Pakistan
International Relations 325 VIII VIII Foreign Policy of Pakistan
Chemistry 326 II-A Organic Chemistry (Minor) (Old Course)
327 II-C Organic Chemistry (Additional) (New Course)
Political Science 328 IX IX External Relations of Pakistan
Commerce 329 III Organization Behaviour & Human Resource Management


English 330 III VIII Fiction – II
Arabic 331 III VIII Tareekh – Al- Adab- Ul- Arabi
History 332 III VIII Group A  History of the Great Mughals (1526-1707)
333 III VIII Group B  History of the Ottomans Empire & Modern Turkey (1288-1999)
334 III VIII Group C  History of England (1688-1945)
Islamic Studies 335 III VIII Islam and Modern Economic Thoughts and  Movements
Mathematics 336 XVI XVI Theory of Approximation and Splines
Social Work 337 X Social Legislation & Social Action
Psychology 338 VIII Experimental Psychology
Physical Education 339 IX Sports Medicine
Zoology 340 XIV Statistical Ecology
Botany 341 XVI Biogradation and Bioremediation
Political Science 342 X X Foreign Polices of Major Powers U.S.A / U.S.S.R China France and Britain
Mass Communication 343 IX T.V Production
International Relations 344 XI XI Political Systems of Major Powers (US.China,Russia)


Economics 345 III IX Development Economics Theory and Policy
Punjabi 346 III VIII Motalia Seerat Qomi Shairi
Urdu 347 VIII VIII Urdu Nazm
Zoology 348 IX Evoloution & Principles of Systematics
Botany 349    IX Plant Physiology
Sociology 350 IX Community Development
Education 351 XI Educational Planning and Management
Pakistan Studies 352 VIII VIII Pakistan and the Current Affairs
International Relations 353 X X Diplomacy
Chemistry 354 II-B Inorganic Chemistry (Minor) (Old Course)
355 II – B Inorganic Chemistry (Additional) (New Course)
Political Science 356 XI XI International Law
Mathematics 357 VIII VIII Numerical Analysis
Commerce 358 IV Introduction of E – Commerce


English 359 IV IX Literary Criticism
Arabic 360 IV(a) IX(a) Manhaj -Al-Bahas Wal Tahqeeq
361 IV(b) IX(b) Ilm-ul-Lughat
362 IV(c) IX(c) Tarjamat -tun-Nusoos-Bil Lughatain
363 IV(d) IX(d) Alsaqafat -Al-Arabia
364 IV(e) IX(e) Tareekh-Ul-Islam
History 365 IV IX Group A    History of Later Mughals (1707-1857)
366 IV IX Group B    History of Modern Arab World (1914-2005)
367 IV IX Group C    History of U.S.A (1783-1945)
Islamic Studies 368 IV (i) IX (i) Islam and Science
369 IV (ii) IX (ii) Islam and Philosophy
370 IV (iii) IX (iii) The Resources and Problems of Islamic World
Mathematics 371 IX IX Mathematical  Statistics
Social Work 372 XI Human Growth & Behavior
Psychology 373 IX Development Psychology
Physical Education 374 X Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education
Political Science 375 XII XII International organizations
Mass Communication 376 X International communications
Education 377 XIV Teaching of English
Zoology 378 XVIII Advance in Insect Pest Management
Botany 379 XVII Plant Biotechnology – I
International Relations 380 XIII International Political Geography
Commerce 381 V Business Research Methods


Economics 382 IV X Research Methodology
Punjabi 383 X X Lisaniyat   
Urdu 384 IX IX Tadress-e-Urdu
Botany 385 X Plant  Systematics  and Taxonomy
Sociology 386 X Sociology of social Change
Education 387 XII Education in Pakistan
Pakistan Studies 388 IX IX Local Self Government in Pakistan
International Relations 389 XII Defense and Strategic Studies
Political Science 390 XIII XIII Political Sociology
Zoology 391 X Principles of Toxicology
Chemistry 392 II-C Physical Chemistry (Minor)(Old Course)
393 II A Physical Chemistry (Additional) (New Course)


English 394 V X Short Stories
395 VI XI Linguistics
396 VII XII Essay
397 VIII XIII Literature in English Around the World
Arabic 398 V (b) X (b) Al Lughat-ul-Arabia
399 V (c) X (c) Al Adab-ul-Muqarin
400 V (d) X (d) Al Adab-ul-Arabia- Fi- Shabah-al-Qarat
401 V (e) X (e) Al Adab-ul-Islami
History 402 V X Group A   History of the Punjab (1021-1947)
403 V X Group B   History of Central Asia
404 V X Group C  International Relations & Organizations


Islamic Studies 405 V(i) X(i) Islamic and Modern Political and Social Thoughts
406 V (ii) X(ii) Islamic Morality and Mysticism
407 V(iii) X(iii) Ilm-Ul-Kalam
Mathematics 408 XI XI Group Theory
Zoology 409 XIV Microbiology
Botany 410 XVIII Plant Biotechnology – II
Education 411 XVI Teaching of General Science
Social Work 412 XII(a) Demography
413 XII(b) Child Rights
414 XII(c) Social Problems of Pakistan
415 XII (d) Medical & Psychiatric Social Work
Psychology 416 X Counseling Psychology
417 XI Clinical Psychology
418 XII Organizational Psychology
419      XIII Educational Psychology
Physical Education 420 XI Administration and Management in Physical Education
Political Science 421 XIV XIV Local Self Government in Pakistan.
International Relations 422 XV XV Foreign Policies of Neighboring Countries

(China, India, Afshanistan and Iran)

Mass Communication 423 XI Development Support Communication
Commerce 424 VI Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
425 X Advanced Auditing


Economics 426 V (i) XI(i) Advanced Mathematical Economics
427 V (ii) XI(ii) Applied Economics and Computer Application
428 V (iii) XI(iii) Operations Research
Punjabi 429 XI XI Jawab Mazmoon
Urdu 430 X X Fun-e-Sahafat Aur Urdu Sahafat
Sociology 431 XI Survey Methods  & Report Writing
Education 432 XV Teaching of Mathematics
Pakistan Studies 433 X X Human Rights in Pakistan
International Relations 434 XIV XIV Contemporary Issues of Middle East
Political Science 435 XV XV Public Administration
Mathematics 436 X X Computer Applications
Zoology 437 XI Zoogeography and Paleontology
Botany 438 XII Plants Cell Tissue and organ Culture
Chemistry 439 II-D Analytical Chemistry (Minor) (Old Course)
440 II-E Analytical Chemistry (Additional) (New Course)


Mathematics 441 XIII XIII Number Theory
Physical Education 442 XII (i) Health and Environmental Science
443 XII (ii) Sports Injuries / Rehabilitation and its Management
444 XII (iii) Curriculum Development in Physical Education
445 XII (iv) Exercise Physiology
446 XII (v) Sports Nutrition


Political Science 447 XVI XVI Defence and Strategic Studies.
Mass Communication 448 XII National and International Affairs
Education 449 XVIII Method of Teaching of Urdu
Botany 450 XIV Plant Conservatism Management
Zoology 451 XVI Fundamentals of Hematology
International Relations 452 XVII XVII International Politics of Central Asia
Pak Studies 453 XI XI Military Role in Pakistan
Commerce 454 VII International Finance
455 XI Advanced Accounting


Economics 456 VI(i) XII(i) Monetary Theory and Policy
457 VI (ii) XII(ii) Public Sector Economics
458 VI (iii) XII(iii) Investment and Project Appraisal
459 VI (IV) XII(IV) Managerial Economics
Punjabi 460 XIII XIII Wahran Jang Namay Tay Lok Adab
Pak Studies 461 XV XV The Problems and Politics of Federalism in Pakistan
International Relations 462 XX(a) XX(a) Area Focused Studies South Asia, (any one Area)
463 XX (b) XX (b) Area Focused Studies South East Asia
464 XX (c) XX (c) Area Focused Studies Central Asia
465 XX (d) XX (d) Area Focused Studies , Middle East
466 XX (e) XX (e) Area Focused Studies Far East and Asia Pacific
Mathematics 467 XII XII Rings and Modules
Political Science 468 XVII XVII Modern Political Thought-Western
Education 469 XVII  Methods of Teaching of Pakistan Studies
Zoology 470 XII Animal Behaviour
Botany 471 XX Plant Ecology-I
Chemistry 472 II – E Bio Chemistry (Minor) (Old Course)
473 II-D Bio Chemistry (Additional) (New Course)
Sociology 474 XII Sociology of Gender issues
475 XIII Criminology and Sociology of Deviance
476 XIV Social Problems of Pakistan
Commerce 477 VIII Commercial Bank Management
478 XII Financial Statement  Analysis


Mathematics 479 XIV XIV Fluid Mechanics
Political Science 480    XVIII XVIII Modern Political Thought-Muslims
Urdu 481 XII XII  Farsi Zaban-O-Adab
482 XIII XIII  Arabi Zaban-O-Adab
Mass Communication 483 XIII Basic Concepts in Social Sciences
International Relations 484 XIX XIX Conflict Management & Resolution
Pak Studies 485 XIV XIV The Problems of Population of Pakistan
Zoology 486 XX Fish Physiology and Breeding
Botany 487 XI Biostatistics


Economics 488 VII(i) XIII(i) History of Economic Thought
489 VII(ii) XIII(ii) Comparative Economic Systems
490 VII (iii XIII(iii) Environmental Economics
491 VII (iv) XIII(iv) Agricultural Economics
492 VII (v) XIII (v) Political Economy and Global Order
Punjabi 493 XIV XIV Shafat Tay Mussawada Nigari
Zoology 494 XXI Biology of Spiders
Botany 495 XXI Plant Ecology-II
Chemistry 496 IV Environmental & Industrial Chemistry (Compulsory)

(New Course)

Urdu 497 XI XI Urdu Dramy Ki Rawayat
Education 498 XIX Guidance and Counseling
Pak Studies 499 XII XII Mass Media and Communication in Pakistan
Political Science 500 XIX XIX Research Methodology
International Relations 501 XVIII Dynamics of Muslim World
Commerce 502 IX Corporate Finance
503 XIII Accounting Information System


Economics 504 VIII(i) XIV(i) VI.                Labour Economics
505 VIII(ii) XIV(ii) Human Resource Development and Management
506 VIII(iii) XIV(iii) Regional Economics
507 VIII(iv) XIV(iv) Economic Principles, Strategies and Techniques of Marketing
Punjabi 508 IX IX Arabi , Farsi Ton Punjabi Wich Tarjamay
Zoology 509 XXII Ornithology


Political Science 510 XX XX Political System of India, Bangla Desh, Sri Lanka and Nepal
511 XXI XXI Political System of Iran, Iraq and Egypt
512 XXII XXII Political System of Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria
513 XXIII XXIII Political System of Sweden, Norway and Denmark
514 XXIV XXIV Political System of France, Germany and Switzerland
Botany 515 XIII Recombinant DNA Technology
516 XIX Research Methodology
Mathematics 517 XV XV Special  Relativity and Analytical Dynamics
Pak Studies 518 XIII XIII Legal System in Pakistan  Civil and Criminal

Note-1:                Candidates must keep with them their Original Computerized National Identity Card and Roll No. Slip during the             course of Examinations, failing which they would not be allowed to take the Examination.


Dates for commencement of Practical / Viva Voce Examinations are given below. Schedule of Practical / Viva Voce Examinations of regular students will be communicated to the Principals of their respective colleges whereas schedule of Practical / Viva Voce Examination / Roll No Slips of private candidates will be uploaded on University Website. Regular students are advised to remain in touch with their Principals and private students are advised to remain in touch with University Website. In case of any query the candidates can contact the office of Controller of Examinations on telephone No. 048–9230905.

Sr. No Subject Dates of Start Practical Exams Group/s Paper
1. Social Work 16-01-2020 I Viva – Voce (Field work)
2. Sociology 16-01-2020 II Viva – Voce
3. Mass Communication 16-01-2020 I Practical
4. Chemistry 20-01-2020 II Practical
5. Psychology 22-01-2020 II Viva – Voce
6. Education 23-01-2020 I Teaching Practice
7. Zoology 27-01-2020 I Practical
8. Botany 28-01-2020 I Practical
9. Physical Education 29-01-2020 I-IV  Practical
10. Mathematics 03-02-2020 I-II General Viva – Voce / Practical

Computer Applications

11. Islamic Studies 05-02-2020 I-VI Viva – Voce


Candidates are directed to note the following instructions:-
1. Roll No. should be written on the right of the title page of the answer book only and not at any other place.
Answer book number should not be mentioned inside the answer book.
2. Marks of identification should not be made any-where in the answer book or on the title page.
3. Part with any material relevant to the syllabus before entering into the Examination Hall.
4. No appeal to be made to the Examiner in the answer book.
5. Abusive or Obscene language should not be used in the answer book.
6. Unfair Means Case will be registered against the candidate who refuses to obey Center Superintendent,
changes his/her Roll No / Seat with another candidate, create disturbance, stages walkout, resorts to pen down
strike or instigates others to do so, or otherwise misbehaves in or around the Examination Hall.
7. Unfair Means Case will be registered against the candidate who is found in possession of fire-arms or
anything capable of being used as a weapon of offence in or around Examination Hall.
8. No one is allowed to leave the Examination Hall before first one hour is over. If anyone leaves after one hour
or before half the time is over, he/she shall not be allowed to take away the Question Paper.
9. Un-authorized change of center is strictly prohibited. If anyone changes his/ her center of examination on his/
her own, un-fair means case will be registered against him/her. Similarly no change of subject is allowed
unless permitted by the University.
10. No one can appear in the Examination without getting his/her Roll Number Slip. Unfair-means case shall be
registered against those who violate the instructions and rules/regulations of the University.
Note: Most Important
The candidates are not allowed to bring/use mini computer/calculator and mobile telephone sets in the
Examination Hall. Unfair Means Case shall be registered against those who violate the above
mentioned or such other instructions as are issued.