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It is primarily offered for students who are unable to join four (4) years BS Programs due to certain constraints.
Associate degree in commerce (B.Com 2 Years) holders will be eligible for continuing their education by taking admission in the fifth semester of four years degree program or a 16-year M. Com program as is allowed by HEC. The curriculum is designed in line with the policy of HEC while taking care of the need of the industry. Hence ensuring the complete employability of the graduates while taking care of the accreditation of the degree.
Program Mission Statement
The mission of an Associate degree in commerce (B.Com 2 Years) is to develop excellent critical and analytical skills among students while boosting their communication skills. The Program targets to prepare students for real-life challenges within a short span, by inculcating financial and business acumen.
Learning Environment Objectives
To prepare well-rounded business professionals willing to go the extra mile by working diligently in their field of specialization.
Intellectual Contributions Objectives
Teaching students using a combination of theory-based lecturing while developing professional insight in students through inculcating case-based teaching methodology in the curriculum.
To serve the nation by nurturing a breed of business leaders willing to work hard and ready to go the extra mile for providing ethical and sustainable solutions to the problems of the modern world.
Minimum: 2 years (4 semesters)
Maximum: 3 Years (With One Year Extension)
For the award of Associate Degree in Commerce (B.Com) degree, a student must have:
Passed courses totaling at least 64 credit hours.
Obtained a CGPA of at least 2.00
Completed business internship of 4-6 weeks.
Declared successful in HSSC or an equivalent examination.
Program Selection Criteria
Admission on the basis of :
- Merit List calculations are based upon 20% for metric/O levels marks, 40% for intermediate (F.A, F.Sc. I.Com or A levels) marks, and 40% for SS-CASE-IT Admission Test.
Cut-off marks are to be determined by the University.