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Prof .Muhammad Riaz Principal Women Institute of Learning Abbottabad The Women Institute of Learning Abbottabad (Nawansher)(WIL) was established in August 2005 .Which was an other step in promoting Female Professional Education besides Women Medical College . A large number of parents in our society are reluctant to send their daughters to such institutions where there is Co education. Reasons are many. Resultantly a large number of female population was denied professional education WIL was basically established to launch a crusade against this existing situation, and decided to offer opportunity by establishing institutions exclusively meant for female students in all fields of education through out the country. In this connection the first project in the professional field of education got materialized in the shape of Women Medical College .The establishment of the Women Medical College turned out to be an act of great importance as it was warmly welcomed not only with in the country, but a good number of students chose to seek admission from abroad also. At present the number of the students has exceeded the capacity of the institution and it is being felt that another full -fledged Medical College has to be established to fulfill the need of the time. The other great achievement was to establish WIL in promoting female professional education. WIL stands for “Women Institute of Learning”. This institution was established to educate students in the field of Pharmacy and Psychology .The institution is affiliated with University of Peshawar. In 2005, two courses of study were initiated .The first is Doctor of Pharmacy-Pharm-D .It is a 5-year course ,the other is a 2-year course in Clinical Psychology both departments are affiliated with University of Peshawar . The faculty consists of highly qualified, dedicated teachers having Ph.D, M Phil, Pharm-D qualification in Pharmacy, and M.Sc and M Phil in Psychology with notable experience. They, infact, have laid very firm foundations to the institution. The results of the past years show that the students are being educated on the right line. The students of Pharm-D have been able to achieve prominent positions in University of Peshawar in 2007. Likewise, the first batch of M.Sc Clinical Psychology has successfully completed its 2years course bringing honour to the institute. i.e one of our brilliant student of M.Sc final topped the University of Peshawar and got first position in the Annual examination 2007.The students of M.Sc Previous have been able to secure 3rd and 4th positions in the University. The number of the candidates for these two courses is ever increasing, owing to the fact that the environment inside the institution is highly learning conducive. Facilities like a big library having 2,000 number of books on all subjects besides internet facility for students, six well equipped laboratories of Pharmacy department, a computer lab, Clinical lab for the students of Psychology department have been provided for the benefits of the students. All these facilities contribute very much effectively to make the process of teaching and learning useful and productive. Considering all these achievements and the ever growing demand of the parents for more seats, the University Authorities have very kindly agreed to increase the number of seats from 40 to 50 in the morning and Sanctioned 50 seats to start evening classes in the Pharmacy department. WIL is on its way to progress and will develop into an institution of even greater prestige.. May All mighty Allah Bless us all with courage and enlightenment to be able to serve the nation with zeal and devotion.

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INTRODUCTION Hazara Division The present land of Hazara, which is famous for its natural beauty, has a long history behind it reaching as far as before Christ. The ancient name of Hazara, prior to the Buddhist Dynasty, was coined as Ursaha. Subsequently, today Hazara is one of the Divisions of NWFP, this status was given in 1973. It consists of five districts Abbottabad, Haripur, Mansehra, Batagram and Kohistan. Its total area is 17,103 acres. 20% of NWFP population is living in Hazara Division, which is approximately 3.5 million. Abbottabad: The city of Abbottabad is not only the capital but also the historical and natural crown of the Hazara Division. It is 4,120 feet above the sea level. It was founded in 1853 and named after Major James Abbott, the first Deputy Commissioner (March 1849-April 1853) of Hazara. J.A. Donaid was the last Deputy Commissioner (September 27, 1905). The population of Abbottabad district is 722762. The area of Abbottabad city is about 800 acres with a population of 47825. It has the central position in Hazara with Mansehra in its north, Rawalpindi in the south, Muzaffarabad in the east and Haripur on the west.

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INTRODUCTION Women Institute of Learning (WIL) The Women Institute of Learning was established in August 2005 with the purpose of promoting professional education in the country , especially for the female population . A very large number of families in our society are reluctant to send their daughters to co-education institutions, resultantly a large number of female population is denied professional education. Our first project in the shape of Women Medical College has received an overwhelming response in Pakistan and abroad. Our second project by the name of Women Institute of Learning is in the field of Pharmacy and Psychology departments and has received great response throughout the country. We welcome all students to the above fields of learning and wish them to serve the nation selflessly. Academic Activities: Library: The library has a vast collection of books related to the subjects being taught in WIL and also contains books related to religion, fictions, history, poetry and General knowledge. Besides the library has internet facility for student and teachers along with online Journals facility related to the subjects of Pharmacy ,Psychology and Physiotherapy .It also provides a comfortable ,congenial atmosphere for learning, Cd’s on related subjects video cassettes, slides, VCR and multimedia are added to increase the learning capacity in the library. Laboratories: Six well equipped labs are available in pharmacy department to facilitate students. They are:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Basic Medical Lab. Microbiology Lab . Pharmaceutics Lab. Biochemistry/ Organic chemistry Lab. Pharmacognosy Lab. Pharmaceutics Lab. Instruments Lab

Lab Staff:Advocate number of staff has been employed to work in the Laboratories s and help the students in the practical work. Besides highly qualified teachers are available to demonstrate and instruct the students in all these labs. Self Learning Groups: The students are divided into groups and are assigned different topics related to academic and community problems. They prepare these topics under supervision & guidance of the faculty and present them in the seminars and tutorial. This practice helps in self-learning and develops confidence among the students. Students Counseling: It is a common observation that students during the course of studies, experience problems related to their studies. If these problems are not solved in time, it may affect their physical & mental health. But due to variety of reasons, these students hesitate to seek help leading to develop a gap between problem & its
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solution. The faculties of this institution encourage the students to come up with their problems, discuss them and find a way out. Co-curricular Activities: Different societies are established in the institution to provide a space for cocurricular activities. These societies arrange debates, sport competition, cultural & talent shows and other functions within the premises of the institute. The students are also taken out on excursion trips Botanical trips and Industrial tours accompanied by senior faculty members. Cafeteria: During the hours of studies, students experience stress & tension. To enjoy the refreshments of their choice, a cafeteria is available within the premises of the institute. Hostel: Hostel facility is available to students who wish to become borders. The hostel has all the comforts and facilities under the supervision of committed staff. Hostel Rules and Regulations are strictly followed regarding mess timings, visiting hours and list of visitors given by the parents at the time of admission.

Transport: A fleet of buses and other transport facilities are available for pick and drop and other co-curricular activities for the students.

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WOMEN INSTITUTE OF LEARNING (WIL)

ADMIN STAFF S. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Prof. M. Riaz Mr. M. Iqbal Mr. Imran Zahid Miss Shahzana Bano Mrs. Musarat Saeed Mr. Younas Awan Mrs. Rizwana Mr. Khawja Babar Mr. Jawad Ali Name Designation Principal Superintendent Computer Operator Computer Operator Office Clerk Librarian Attendant IT Incharge Computer Lab Assistant

Faculties 1. Pharmacy (Pharm-D) The modern era societies have great concern about the health of their people, so they are engaged with multi disciplinary team work of highly qualified Pharmacists, Physicians, Surgeons, Anatomist, Pharmacologist, Botanist, Pathologist etc to optimize better health care delivery for boosting up the health of their public. The explosion of new drugs in the market has compelled who are better trained to understand how these drugs exert their actions, travel through the body and interact with one another. Pharmacy is among the primal pyramids of health sector, taking a quantum leap towards research and development, similar to its other counter-parts. The profession of Pharmacy has evolved from its traditional role of compounding the drugs to the pharmaceutical care, the design and development of magic drugs their formulations and the ongoing research in medical and pharmaceutical fields to meet the needs of modern society and ailing humanity. The Department of Pharmacy at WIL provides the excellent teaching and training to female gender of this area. The education imparted is comparable to modern system of teaching of the country including use of modern technology of learning. The rigor of our academic programme, the selection of modern courses, teaching faculty and access to state of the art facilities at our campus will add perkarched and recognition of the degree we will be awarding to our students.

Scope of Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Industry: An important career option in the pharmacy is represented by the pharmaceutical industry. Here, pharmacists are employed in manufacturing, product development, research, quality control, marketing, sales and administration. Many pharmacists obtain a postgraduate degree in order to meet the technical demands and scientific duties required in the pharmaceutical manufacturing.
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Hospital and other Institutional Settings: The expansion of health care needs the society puts the hospital pharmacists in a position to have direct involvement in the patient care beside it established roles of control, supply and distribution of drugs, management functions, personnel administration, system development and planning. Hospital pharmacist continues to become more involved in providing patient-oriented services; the demand for practitioners in this area of pharmacy continue to grow. Managed care Pharmacy: Managed care pharmacy services are extended heath delivery system services that provides the pharmaceutical care at the primary/or preventive level. Increasingly, pharmacists are employed in various capacities within managed care organization .Managed care is a system designed to optimize patient care and outcomes and foster quality through greater coordination of medical and pharmaceutical services. Community/Retail Pharmacy: This area involves the practice of pharmacy in community settings or retail outlets. Pharmacists, in the community settings, are actively involved in educating patients, maintaining and monitoring drug records and providing information resource of highest caliber. This is very rapidly growing area of pharmacy profession in which the pharmacists are deployed at store levels leading to the management positions in chain drug pharmacies or themselves become the owner of their own pharmacies. Other fields in Pharmacy: Pharmacists use their basic educational background in a host of federal, state and professional positions. At the federal or provincial level, pharmacist hold post like drug inspectors, drug controllers, pharmacist/chief pharmacists at drug testing laboratories and also as Commissioned officers in Pakistan Armed Forces. Pharmacists with interest and special talents in organizational work also guide several national professional associations. There are pharmacist in advertising, packaging, technical writing, magazine editing and science reporting. There are pharmacists with legal training who are serving as patent lawyers or as experts in pharmaceutical law. FACT FILE: Short title: Type and duration: Entry requirements:

Pharm-D Full time, 5 years Intermediate (Pre-Medical) or B.sc with Chemistry, Botany, Zoology. Other qualifications accepted: GCE A-Levels Location: Abbottabad

Scheme of studies for Pharm-D Admission Procedure: Application for admission to the Pharm-D programme in Pharmacy will be made to the Principal Women Institute of Learning Abbottabad. Application forms should be submitted by the applicant along with official transcripts from the institutes last attended, test scores are not required. Eligibility F.sc with Pre-medical or Equivalent in 2nd Division, or GCE A-Levels. B.Sc with Chemistry, Botany, Zoology from the recognized Institute in 2nd Division. title:Pharm- D Short

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There will be an Aptitude/Entrance test for each applicant and admission will be decided after the interview purely on merit basis. Entry tests Weight age The weightage factor for determination of final merit list will be as under Factors:Matric/SSC or equivalent examination F.Sc Pre-Medical or equivalent examination Entry Test Interview B.Sc candidates will be offered a seat if seat fall vacant.

10% 40 % 40% 10%

Note:-The entry tests will be from entire course of F.Sc Pre- medical in the subjects of Biology, Physics, Chemistry and English For more information about the admission to Department Programmes, please consult the admission office or contact student services at 0992392801 Documents Required:1. Two copies of Detail Marks Certificate of F.Sc or equivalent examination on the basis of which admission is sort. 2. A copy of secondary school certificate (SSC) examination. 3. Two copies of Domicile / Residence certificate (Not applicable for foreign students). 4. Two copies of National Identity card of the candidate. 5. Two copies of National Identity card of the father of applicant, if the father is not alive, a copy of National Identity card of the guardian. For foreign/overseas applicants a photo copy of first two pages of their passport. 6. Original migration certificate from a University or Board/institution from where the applicant has passed the last examination. 7. Undertaking should be provided on judicial stamp paper of RS 10/= duly attested by first class magistrate / political agent as per specimen given in the prospectus / admission form. 8. Six attested passport size recent coloured photograph of the applicant. NOTE: 1. Incomplete application form will not be entertained. All the copies of the certificates ones submitted with the application form cannot be changed and shall be considered as final. If any certificate submitted by the candidate is found false forged during her study period her admission shall be cancelled fourth with and she shall be black listed for admission. Further legal action will be taken against the student under the existing criminal law. 2. Selected candidates shall have to produce all original certificates at the time of interview/admission. The application forms and photocopies of the documents submitted by the candidates not selected will not be returned to them.

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COURSES:
(Pharm-D) five year course 1st Professional Theory Paper 1 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Organic) Paper 2 Pharmaceutical Biochemistry Paper 3 Pharmaceutics-I (Physical Pharmacy) Paper 4 Physiology and Histology Paper 5 Anatomy Paper 6 Pharmaceutical Mathematics-I & Bio-Statistics Practical Paper 7 Paper 8 Paper 9 Paper 10 Marks 100 100 100 100 50 100

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Organic) Pharmaceutical Biochemistry Pharmaceutics-I (Physical Pharmacy) Physiology and Histology Total Marks

100 100 100 100 950

2nd Professional Theory Paper 1 Pharmaceutics-II (Pharmaceutical Preparations) Paper 2 Pharmacology and Therapeutics-I Paper 3 Pharmacognosy-I Paper 4 Pharmaceutical Microbiology Paper 5 Pakistan Studies and Islamiat (Compulsory) Practical Paper 6 Paper 7 Paper 8 Paper 9

100 100 100 100 100

Pharmaceutics-II (Pharmaceutical Preparations) Pharmacology and Therapeutics-I Pharmacognosy-I Pharmaceutical Microbiology Total Marks

100 100 100 100 900

3RD PROFESSIONAL Theory Paper 1 Pathology Paper 2 Pharmacology & Therapeutics-II Paper 3 Pharmacognosy-II Paper 4 Pharmaceutics-III (Dispensing & Community Pharmacy) Paper 5 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Instrumentation)

50 100 100 100 100

Practical Paper 6 Paper 7 Paper 8 Paper 9 Paper 10

Pathology Pharmacology & Therapeutics II Pharmacognosy-II Pharmaceutics-III (dispensing & community pharmacy) Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Instrumentation) Total Marks

50 100 100 100 100 900

4th PROFESSIONAL THEORY
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Paper 1 Paper 2 Paper 3 Paper 4 Paper 5

Pharmaceutics-IV (Hospital Pharmacy) Pharmaceutics-V (Clinical Pharmacy-I) Pharmaceutics-VI (Industrial Pharmacy) Pharmaceutics-VII (Bio-Pharmaceutics) Pharmaceutics-VIII (Pharmaceutical QuantityControl)

100 100 100 100 100

PRACTICAL Paper 6 Pharmaceutics-V (Clinical Pharmacy-I) Paper 7 Pharmaceutics-VI (Industrial Pharmacy) Paper 8 Pharmaceutics-VII (Biopharmaceutics) Paper 9 Pharmaceutics-VIII(Pharmaceutical Quality Control) Total Marks 5TH PROFESSIONAL(Final) THEORY Paper 1 Paper 2 Paper 3 Paper 4 Paper 5 Paper 6

100 100 100 100 900

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-III (Medicinal Chemistry) Pharmaceutics-IX (Clinical Pharmacy-II) Pharmaceutical Technology Forensic Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Management & Marketing Computer and its applications in pharmacy

100 100 100 100 100 50

PRACTICAL Paper 7 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-III (Medicinal chemistry) Paper 8 Pharmaceutics-IX (Clinical Pharmacy-II) Paper 9 Pharmaceutical Technology Paper 10 Computer and it applications in pharmacy Total Marks Well Equipped 6 Labs: Detail is as under 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Basic Medical Science Lab Microbiology lab Pharmaceutics Lab Biochemistry / Organic Chemistry Lab Pharmacognosy Lab Instrument Lab

100 100 100 50 900

Faculty a. Dr .Jan Mohammad Shaikh MBBS, M. Phil Pharmacology i. Mr. Zia ur Rehman M. Phil Pharmacy Miss Zartash Zeb B-Pharm 04. Miss Hajra M. Sc Biochemistry 05. Mrs. Nuzhat Touseef D-Pahrm 06. Miss. Asma Farrukh D-Pharm

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07. Mrs Fiaza Tabish M. Sc Chemistry (Organic) 08. Miss Nadia Raheem D-Pharm 09. Dr. Sadia MBBS 10. Miss Amna Munsaf M.Sc Biochemistry 11. Miss Hina Awan D-Pharm 12. Mrs. Shazia Rauf M. Phil Pak Study 13. Miss Saba Mehrvan M. Phil Micro Biology 14. Miss Nayyab Khurshid M. Sc Mathematics 15. Miss Kiran Manzoor B. Sc Medical Technology Visiting Faculty Pharmacology Department: 1. Prof. Dr. Khurshid Ahmed Qureshi MBBS, M. Phil, FCPS (Pak) (Gold Medalist) FRSA (Eng), FACIP (USA) 2. Prof. Dr. Shah Nawaz MBBS, M. Phil 3. Dr. Jan Mohammad Shaikh MBBS, M. Phil 4. Dr. Hanna Yahya MBBS 5. Dr. Kiran Khurshid MBBS 6. Dr. Asma Shaukat. MBBS 7. Dr. Mufeed. MBBS Pathology Department: 1. Pro. Dr. Abdus Salam MBBS, M. Phil, Ph. D

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2. Prof. Dr. Fazle-e-Raziq MBBS, M. Phil
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3. Dr. Ibadullah Khan MBBS Biochemistry Department: 1. Dr. Saleh Muhammad Ph. D Biochemistry Physiology Department: 1. Dr. Adeela MBBS Islamiat: 1. Mr. Noor ud din M.A (Islamiat)

PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT:
MESSAGE AND VISION STATEMENT: The aim of this institute is to develop in the pupils those qualities, which will fit them to fill worthily their places in their homes and in society. With a view to sound character formation and the inculcation of high ideas of morality and integrity, great stress is laid on Valued Education Classes. The pupils are taught to have a special concern for the environment and to respect life in all its forms.

M.Sc. Psychology (Clinical): Psychology is defined as the scientific study of human behavior. For generations human have attempted to understand this behavior. WIL provides a two year M.Sc. programme in the discipline of Clinical Psychology. A Clinical Psychologist works to decrease distress and promote psychological well-being with a variety of population including children, adults and families. Their professional activities include.  Diagnosis: Interview, test & behavioral observation  Treatment: Planning, monitoring Therapy and intervention and prevention  Testing: Intelligence tests, personality tests, aptitude tests.  Research work Introduction: In Abbottabad there is a dire need for educational institutes that focus the education of women. Women Institute of Learning (WIL) is the only institute which exclusively fosters women education on graduate and post graduate levels. One of the departments of WIL is psychology, which is providing its services not only to this part of the province but all over the country. This department consists of its own library, Psychological Lab and a Counseling Cell, in order to facilitate the students. The counseling cell is open to all students of Women Institute of learning & Women Medical College in helping to overcome their problems regarding their education as well as social life. Brief History The department of psychology started functioning in October 2005. It is affiliated with University of Peshawar. Total Number of seats are 40. In the annual examination 2007, student of M. Sc Psychology final stood First and also achieved 3rd and 5th position as well in the Peshawar
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University and many students of M. Sc previous achieved different positions in the Peshawar University. With in two years this department achieved all the targets by the grace of Almighty Allah. In order to maintain excellent results, this institution is trying its best. Well qualified and pain taking faculty has been provided to Psychology students. The credit of the better performance goes to faculty members of the department who worked day and night to achieve their targets. . Aims and Objectives: Our aim is to ensure that your knowledge, skills and enthusiasm can be allied with the best support and the finest facilities to enable you to contribute towards progress and future development of the country. We can offer you a rear amalgamation of practical and relevant knowledge sharpened by transferable skills such as team work, communication and leadership that you will need for your future life/career. Students are imparted education in a way that provides academic excellence, originality and a broad vision. We achieve this through our qualified faculty. Here students work on real problems, in real times and real life. SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR PSYCHOLOGY Admission Application for admission for M.Sc Psychology (clinical) will be made to the Principal Women Institute of Learning Abbottabad .An applicant should possess at least 45% marks in BA as well in the subject of Psychology OR 2nd Class BA with at least 45% marks in Zoology, Sociology, Home Economics, and Education. There will be an aptitude/entrance test for each applicant and admission will be decided after the interview on purely merit basis. Application forms should be submitted by the applicant along with official transcripts from the institutes last attended, test scores are not required. For more information about the admission to Department Programmes, please consult the admission office or contact student services at 0992-392801

Admission Criteria 1st Priority: At least 45% marks in BA as well in the subject of Psychology, Applied Psychology 2nd Priority 2nd Class BA with at least 45% marks in, Sociology, Home Economics, Education and Zoology Entry tests Weight age The weightage factor for determination of final merit list will be as under Factors:Matric/SSC or equivalent examination 10% F.A/F. Sc 10 % BA/B. Sc 50% Entry Test 20% Interview 10% Note:-The entry tests will be from entire course of BA/B.sc Applications:All candidates seeking admission in Women Institute of Learning, Abbottabad shall apply to the Principal on the prescribed application form attached with prospectus .The application form should be completed and
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submitted on or before the specified date and time together with the following supporting material. Two copies of Detail Marks Certificate of BA / B.Sc or equivalent examination on the basis of which admission is sort. A copy of Higher Secondary School certificate (HSSC) examination. A copy of secondary school certificate (SSC) examination. Two copies of Domicile /Residence certificate (Not applicable for foreign students). Two copies of National Identity card of the candidate. Two copies of National Identity card of the father of applicant, if the father is not alive, a copy of National Identity card of the guardian. For foreign/overseas applicants a photo copy of first two pages of their passport. Original migration certificate from a University or Board/institution from where the applicant has passed the last examination. Undertaking should be provided on judicial stamp paper of RS 10/= duly attested by first class magistrate /political agent has per specimen given in the prospectus/admission form. Six attested passport size recent colored photo graph of the applicant. NOTE 1. Incomplete application form will not be entertained. All the copies of the certificates ones submitted with the application form cannot be changed and shall be considered as final .If any certificate submitted by the candidate if found false forged during her study period her admission shall be cancelled fourth with and she shall be black listed for admission .Further legal action will be taken against the student under the existing criminal law. 2. Selected candidates shall have to produce all original certificates at the time of interview/admission .The application forms and photocopies of the documents submitted by the candidates not selected will not be returned to them. Duration of Masters in Programme Two Year M.Sc. Psychology (Previous) 1. Historical and contemporary psychology 2. Learning, cognition and motivation 3. Statistics 4. Research methodology 5. Psychological testing ands measurement 6. Psychopathology Practical relevant to each subject M.Sc. Psychology (Final) 1. Social psychology 2. Behavioral Neuroscience 3. Theories of personality 4. Theoretical Models and Treatment 5. General issues and assessment
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Practical relevant to each subject Faculty Members: Miss Nadia Raza M. Phil, (Q.A.U), Ph.D in Progress (Q.A.U) Miss Shazia Bibi M. Sc. (Pesh University) Miss Humaira M. Sc. (Pesh University) Miss Summar Sadiq M. Sc. (Pesh University) Miss Misbah Munawar M. Sc. (Pesh University) Mrs. Naila M. Sc (Pesh University) Miss Shaista M. Sc. B. Ed (Pesh University) Head: Psychology Department

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Fee Structure:1. All new entrance will pay the prescribed fee and other subscriptions for the class in which they seek admission with in one week of the declaration of final merit list .Otherwise their admission will stand cancelled. 2. All the students must pay their fee with in one month after the result of that class. Those who fail to deposit their fee with in stipulated period a fine of Rs. 10 per day will be charged in addition to the college fee and other subscriptions. 3. The migrated students will pay the prescribed fee and other subscription for the class in which they seek admission. 4. No students will be allowed to attend the class prior to payment of all dues relating to the admission. 5. If the security deposited is not claimed with in the six month of the date of leaving the college, then it shall not be refunded and will be credited to the benevolent fund maintained by the college for its students. 6. Fee once paid shall not be refunded even those of migration cases. The levy, accounting and disposal of caution money will be at the disposal of the Principal.

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