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General Pattern for Combinations of Various subjects at

B.A/B.Sc level (pass Course)


BACHELOR OF ARTS EXAMINATION (PASS COURSE)
Every candidate appearing in Bachelor of Arts Examination (Pass Course) shall be required to offer English
language Compulsory carrying 200 marks, Islamyat / Ethics Compulsory 60 marks & Pakistan Studies
Compulsory 40 marks and any two elective subjects carrying 200 marks each from the following list:Arabic
Computer Studies
Economics
Education
English (Literature)
Fine Arts
Geography
Geology
Health & Physical Education
History
Home Economics
International Relations
Islamic Studies

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Journalism
Mathematics A Course
Mathematics B Course
Mathematics General
Persian
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Punjabi
Social Work
Sociology
Statistics
Urdu

Provided further that one optional subject carrying 100 marks shall be taken from the following list. Provided
that no candidate shall be permitted to offer as optional a subject, which he has offered as elective.
Arabic
Economics
English (Literature)
Fine Arts
Geography
History
Home Economics
International Relations
Islamyat
Journalism

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Mathematics
Persian
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Punjabi
Social Work
Sociology
Statistics
Urdu

Provided also that Mathematics General cannot be offered with Mathematics A Course and Mathematics B
Course.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE EXAMINATION (PASS COURSE)


Every candidate shall be required to offer English language Compulsory carrying 100 marks, Islamyat / Ethics
Compulsory 60 marks & Pakistan Studies Compulsory 40 marks and any one of the following groups of
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Physics, Mathematics (General) and Chemistry


Physics, Mathematics (General) and Statistics
Physics, Mathematics (General) and Geology
Physics, Mathematics (General) and Geography
Physics, Mathematics (General) and Psychology
Physics, Mathematics A Course & Mathematics B Course
Physics, Statistics and Psychology
Physics, Chemistry and Statistics
Physics, Mathematics (General) and Computer Studies
Physics, Chemistry and Computer Studies
Chemistry, Economics and Geography
Chemistry, Botany and Computer Studies
Chemistry, Zoology and Computer Studies
Botany, Chemistry and Geography
Botany, Chemistry and Statistics
Botany, Chemistry and Geography
Botany, Zoology and Computer Studies
Zoology, Chemistry and Botany
Zoology, Chemistry and Geography
Zoology, Chemistry and Statistics
Psychology, Mathematics (General) and Geography
Psychology, Chemistry and Zoology
Psychology, Statistics and Home Economics
Psychology, Mathematics (General) & Home Economics
Psychology, Chemistry and Home Economics
Psychology, Geography and Home Economics
Psychology, Botany and Zoology
Psychology, Physics and Chemistry
Psychology, Botany and Geography

30. Psychology, Chemistry and Geography


31. Psychology, Zoology and Geography
32. Psychology, Chemistry and Botany
33. Psychology, Statistics and Economics
34. Psychology, Mathematics (General) & Computer Studies
35. Psychology, Geography and Computer Studies
36. Psychology, Statistics and Mathematics (General)
37. Psychology, Statistics and Geography
38. Psychology, Geography and Economics
39. Statistics, Mathematics A Course & Mathematics B Course
40. Statistics, Mathematics (General) and Psychology
41. Statistics, Economics and Geography
42. Statistics, Economics and Computer Studies
43. Mathematics A Course, Mathematics B Course & Economics
44. Mathematics A Course, Mathematics B Course & Computer Studies
45. Mathematics (General), Geography and Economics
46. Mathematics (General), Geography and Statistics
47. Mathematics (General), Chemistry and Computer Studies
48. Mathematics (General), Statistics and Computer Studies
49. Mathematics (General, Economics and Computer Studies
50. Mathematics (General), Statistics and Economics
51. Geography, Botany and Zoology
52. Geography, Geology and Botany
53. Geography, Geology and Zoology
54. Geography, Economics and Computer Studies
55. Geology, Chemistry and Zoology
56. Geology, Chemistry and Physics
57. Geology, Chemistry and Geography

Every subject in each of the groups shall carry 200 marks. The students who take up Chemistry / Mathematics
with Psychology at B.Sc level shall not be admitted to the M.Sc classes in Chemistry / Mathematics.

Note:- In addition to the above combination of subjects, a student may offer Computer Studies with any two
science elective subjects to get the B.Sc Degree.