AIOU Announces New Date for All Postponed Exams

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AIOU Announces New Date for All Postponed Exams

The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has released a revised schedule for exams that have been postponed due to the unrest in Islamabad’s law and order crisis.

The Controller Tests has announced that the postponed examinations for BA, BS, and B.Ed programs, which were originally scheduled to take place on May 25, will now be retaken on June 23.

AIOU has also agreed to allow students to sit for exams using the roll number slips that have already been provided. The times and locations of the examinations will not change.

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Furthermore, late fee admissions to AIOU’s MA and MSc programs will be available until June 15. Only online applications will be accepted by AIOU. The application form and prospectus are available for download on the AIOU website.

A number of universities in Punjab and Islamabad have closed campuses, postponed exams, and converted to an online style of study due to the current political circumstances.

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Apart from AIOU, Bahria University, National University of Science and Technology (NUST), Air University, and Lahore College for Women University have all declared various safety precautions for students and employees.

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