Thursday, November 24, 2016

AIOU to launch LLB programme from next year

Islamabad, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) will begin LLB classes from one year from now, in the wake of meeting the specific legitimate prerequisites of Pakistan Bar Council.

The statuary body of the college has officially affirmed the program and the college is currently in procedure of concluding matters identifying with its workforce and course material, said Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Shahid Siddiqui while directing the meeting of Faculty Board of Social Sciences and Humanities.

The board likewise yielded the LLB's program, other than M.Phil (Professional Track) program for the working writers, to be propelled from one year from now also. It endorsed in mainly foundation of two separate divisions inside Faculty of Social sciences that is branch of Psychology and bureau of Politics and worldwide relations.

The board considered and affirmed a substantial scholastic motivation, displayed by Dean Faculty of Social Sciences Prof. Dr. Syed Abdu Siraj.

The LLB three-year program will be a model one that is not intended to gain cash but rather to give quality 'law training' to the yearning understudies, Dr. Shahid Siddiqui said including a different space for this reason has been reserved at the University's principle Campus (Academic square).

The University's s Central library is being furnished with fundamental law books, courts' cases and other applicable material and in an initial step this program will be begun with a set number of understudies from Rawalpindi and Islamabad area.

The space allotted for this reason will have uncommon typical 'Court', empowering the law understudies to familiarize themselves with the real court's procedure.

AIOU is now effectively running LLM (in Shariah) classes pulling in a decent number of understudies each year.

The Faculty Board, embracing modern approach, likewise endorsed and considered some other new scholarly projects of advanced education level, identifying with sexual orientation and ladies examines, Pakistani dialects, Management Sciences, history, business, Criminology, humanism, Islamic keeping money, Library sciences and debacle administration.