Khairpur, Shah Abdul Latif University is going to start admissions in BA and LLB part I (five-year program) evening, for the academic year 2013. The admission process will begin on Nov 20.
The admission forms would be available from Nov 20 to Dec 20, 2012, while the pre-entry test would be held on Jan 5, 2013.
The admission forms can be obtained from Habib Bank Limited in the university campus for Rs1,000.
ShahShah Abdul Latif University is located in the Upper Sindh, i.e, Khairpur, a former state that joined Pakistan in 1955. The main campus is located near National Highway and is easily reachable by air, railway and bus services.
The beauty of the Shah Abdul Latif University lies in the fact that it is surrounded by famous archaeological sites; Moen-jo-Daro, Kot Diji Fort, Rohri Hills, Nara Desert, religious shrines Sadhu-Bella, Shrine of Sachal Sarmast, barrages and bridges (Lloyds Barrage) and vibrant culture where people of the area are very friendly and hospitable.
The present campus of the University covers an area of 291 acres of land is on just three kilometers from Khairpur town. The landscape of the University includes three canals at a walking distance, which serve as excellent picnic spots for the students and the faculty.
Shah Abdul Latif University is committed to provide man power for the country by promoting merit, develop pleasant academic atmosphere and relation infrastructure for quality education on reasonable expenses in the disciplines of Science, Social Science, Arts, Languages, I.T, and Business Administration and Commerce, teaching through qualified faculty, use of Modern Teaching Aids and Methodologies, develop strength in Faculty of take care of supporting staff, create and promote Research environment, provide consultation facilities to industrial organization and public sector, feel community and national responsibility, building national character and focus on producing quality graduates for contributing in the economic industrial and social development, and to understand the universe.
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