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CURRICULUM DIVISION HEC,Dr Syed Sohail H Naqvi Executive Director. Prof Dr Riaz ul Haq Tariq Member Acad,Miss Ghayyur Fatima Deputy Director Curri. Mr M Tahir Ali Shah Assistant Director,Mr Shafiullah Khan Assistant Director. 1 Introduction 07,2 Frame Work Template for BS in,Mass Communication 11. 3 Scheme of Studies for BS in Mass,Communication 16.
4 Details of Courses for BS in Mass,Communication 30. 5 Annexure A 70,6 Recommendations 71, Curriculum development is a highly organized and systematic process. and involves a number of procedures Many of these procedures include. incorporating the results from international research studies and reforms. made in other countries These studies and reforms are then related to. the particular subject and the position in Pakistan so that the proposed. curriculum may have its roots in the socio economics setup in which it is. to be introduced Hence unlike a machine it is not possible to accept. any curriculum in its entirety It has to be studied thoroughly and all. aspects are to be critically examined before any component is. recommended for adoption, In exercise of the powers conferred by sub section 1 of section 3 of the. Federal Supervision of Curricula Textbooks and Maintenance of. Standards of Education Act 1976 the Federal Government vide. notification No D773 76 JEA cur dated December 4th 1976 appointed. the University Grants Commission as the competent authority to look. after the curriculum revision work beyond class XII at the bachelor level. and onwards to all degrees certificates and diplomas awarded by. degree colleges universities and other institutions of higher education. In pursuance of the above decisions and directives the Higher Education. Commission HEC is continually performing curriculum revision in. collaboration with universities According to the decision of the special. meeting of Vice Chancellor s Committee the curriculum of a subject. must be reviewed after every 3 years, A committee of experts comprising of conveners from the National. Curriculum Revision of HEC in Basic Applied Social Sciences and. Engineering disciplines met in April 2007 and developed a unified. template to standardize degree programs in the country to bring the. national curriculum at par with international standards and to fulfill the. needs of the local industries It also aimed to give a basic broad based. knowledge to the students to ensure the quality of education The new. BS degree shall be of 4 years duration and will require the completion of. 130 136 credit hours For those social sciences and basic sciences. degrees 63 50 of the curriculum will consist of discipline specific. courses and 36 50 will consist of compulsory courses and general. courses offered through other departments, For the purpose of curriculum revision various committees are.
constituted at the national level comprising of senior teachers nominated. by universities degree awarding institutions R D organizations and. respective accreditation councils The National Curriculum Revision. Committee for Mass Communication in a meeting held on June 3 4. 2008 at the HEC Regional Centre Karachi in continuation of its earlier. meeting held on April 21 22 2008 at HEC Regional Centre Lahore. revised the curriculum in light of the unified template The final draft. prepared by the National Curriculum Revision Special Committee duly. approved by the competent authority is being circulated for. implementation in the concerned institutions,PROF DR RIAZ UL HAQ TARIQ. Member Academics,CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT,STAGE I STAGE II STAGE III STAGE IV. CURRICULUM CURRICULUM IN FINAL STAGE FOLLOW UP,UNDER DRAFT STAGE. CONSIDERATION,COLLECTION OF,EXP NOMINATION,APPRAISAL OF 1ST PREPARATION QUESTIONNAIRE. DRAFT BY EXP OF FINAL,CURRICULUM,CONS OF NCRC FINALIZATION OF COMMENTS.
DRAFT BY NCRC,PRINTING OF,CURRICULUM,PREPARARTION OF. DRAFT BY NCRC,IMPLEMENTATION,OF CURRICULUM,ORIENTATION BACK TO STAGE I. COURSES BY,Abbreviations Used,NCRC National Curriculum Revision. VCC Vice Chancellor s Committee,EXP Experts,COL Colleges. UNI Universities,PREP Preparation,REC Recommendations.
LI Learning Innovation,R D Research Development,Organization. HEC Higher Education Commission,INTRODUCTION,CURRICULUM REVISION COMMITTEE MEETINGS IN. MASS COMMUNICATION HELD ON APRIL,21 22 JUNE 03 04 2008 AT THE HEC REGIONAL. CENTERS LAHORE KARACHI, The final meeting of the Curriculum Revision Committee for B S. Mass Communication was held at HEC Regional Centre Karachi on. June 03 04 2008 Prof Dr Mugheesuddin Sheikh was the Convener. The meeting started with the recitation of verses from Holy. Quran by Mr Sajjad Ahmad Paracha The participants paid homage to. the services of Prof Dr Karim Malik Ex Chairman Department of Mass. Communication Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan who passed. away due to cardiac arrest on May 28 2008 Fateha was also offered for. the departed soul, During the meeting threadbare discussion was held on the draft.
of the Curriculum formulation during the previous meetings of the. Committee and after detailed deliberations a number of modifications. were suggested in different courses duly approved by the House The. members were unanimous on the final draft of the Curriculum devised in. hectic sessions, The Chair appreciated the hard work active involvement and the. input by all the participants for accomplishing the task in a befitting. manner He also hailed the support extended by the Higher Education. Commission in the formulation of a unified curriculum for Mass. Communication at B S degree level On the occasion the participants. observed the active cooperation and facilitation by Ms Ghayyur Fatima. the Coordinator of the Committee in the whole process of the formulation. of curricula for BS 4 Year Mass Communication Program. Earlier during the preliminary meeting of the Committee held in. Lahore on April 21 22 2008 Dr Riaz ul Tariq Member Academic. Higher Education Commission stressed the need for research publication. and adoption of new teaching methodologies by the faculty members He. also underlined the importance of updating curricula in the changing. competitive environment and expressed the hope that the expertise of. the Committee members would prove fruitful, During the hectic sessions at Lahore and Karachi the. participants noted that without basic infrastructure which is inexistent in. most of the Mass Communication departments of the public sector. universities the implementation of BS 4 Year Program of studies would. be difficult A sub committee was formed with consensus to furnish the. recommendations in this regard After detailed discussion the committee. suggested the basic requirements for strengthening a department. recommendations are attached as Annexure A, The Curriculum Revision Committee meetings were attended by. Prof Dr Mugheesuddin Sheikh Convener,Director Institute of Communication Studies. University of Punjab Lahore,Prof Dr Shahida Qazi,Chairperson Department of Mass Communication.
Jinnah University for Women 5 C,Nazimabad Karachi,Mr Muhammad Iqbal Anjum. Assistant Professor Mass Communication,G C University. Katchery Road Lahore 54000,Mr Naseeb Ullah,Assistant Professor. Department of Mass Communication,University of Balochistan Quetta. Sadia Mahmood,Lecturer Department of Mass Communication.
University of Karachi,Mr M Qasim Nizamani Lecturer. Department of Mass Communication,University of Sindh Jamshoro. Mr Sajjad Ahmed Paracha Attended the second,Assistant Professor meeting only. Department of Media Studies,Islamia University,Bahawalpur. Dr Syed Abdul Siraj Associate Professor,Department of Mass Communication.
Allama Iqbal Open University,Ms Anjum Zia,Chairperson Dept Of Mass Communication. Lahore College for Women University,Prof Dr Masrur Alam Khan Attended the. Director Center for Media and second meeting,Communication Studies only. International Islamic University,Mr Munzir Elahi General Manager Attended the. Media and Communication second meeting,Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund only.
Dr Muhammad Ashraf Khan Secretary,Chairman Department of Mass. Communication,Bahauddin Zakariya University, Following experts attended the preliminary meeting and. contributed in the preparation of first draft curriculum but could not. attend the final meeting due to their pre engagements. Mr Shafiq Ahmad Kamboh,Lecturer Institute of Communication Studies. Punjab University Lahore,Dr Ahsan Akhtar Naz,Associate Professor. Institute of Communication Studies,Punjab University Lahore.
Mr Naveed Iqbal Ch,Lecturer Institute of Communication Studies. Punjab University Lahore,Dr Shah Jahan Syed,Chairman Department of Journalism Mass. Communication University of Peshawar,Prof Dr M Shamsuddin. Dean Faculty of Arts,University of Karachi,Dr Wasim Assistant Professor. Department of Mass Communication,Gomal University,Mr Mudassir Mukhtar.
Lecturer Dept of Mass Communication,National University of Modern Language. H 9 Islamabad,STANDARDIZED FORMAT SCHEME OF STUDIES FOR 4 YEAR. INTEGRATED CURRICULA FOR BACHELOR DEGREE IN,BASIC SOCIAL NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES. S No of courses,Categories Hours,No Min Max,1 Compulsory Courses Required 9 25. 2 General Courses to be chosen 8 24,from other departments.
3 Discipline Specific Foundation 9 27,4 Major Courses including research 14 42. project Internship,5 Electives within the major 4 12. Total 44 130,Total numbers of Credit hours 130 136. Duration 4 years,Semester duration 16 18 weeks,Semesters 8. Course load per Semester 15 18 Cr hr,Number of courses per semester 4 6.
Compulsory General Courses to be Discipline Specific Foundation. Requirements the students chosen from other Courses. has no choice departments,8 courses 8 courses 9 10 courses. 24 Credit hours 24 Cr hours 30 33 credit hours,Subject CrHr Subject Crhr Subject Crhr. 1 Functional English I 3 1 Optional I 3 1 Introduction to Mass 3. 2 Writing Presentation 3 2 Optional II 3 Communication. Skill English II 3 Optional III 3 2 Contemporary World 3. 3 Communication skill 3 4 Optional IV 3 Media,English III 5 Optional V 3 3 Functional Urdu 3. 4 English IV Univ 3 6 Optional VI 3 4 National Intern 3. Optional 7 Optional VII 3 ational Affairs, 5 Pakistan Studies 3 8 Optional VIII 3 5 Mass Media in Pak 3. 6 Islamic Studies 3 6 Journalistic Writing 3,Ethics 7 Broadcast Journalism 3.
7 Statistics Cum 3 8 Introduction to Adve 3,Mathematics I Public Relations. 8 Statistics Univ 3 9 News Reporting 3,Optional Writing. 9 Computer Skills 3,Major courses Elective Courses. Including research project internship within the major. 11 13 courses 4 courses,36 42 Credit Hours 12 Credit Hours. Subject Cr Hr Subject Cr Hr,1 Online Journalism 3 1 Specialization Course I 3.
2 Media Seminar 3 2 Specialization Course II 3, 3 Theories of Communication I 3 3 Specialization Course III 3. 4 Theories of Communication II 3 4 Specialization Course IV 3. 5 Sub Editing and Page Design 3,Theory and Practices. 6 Featured Column Editorial 3,Writing theory and Practice. 7 Research Methods I 3,8 Research Methods II 3,9 Development Communication 3. Journalism,10 Media Ethics and Law 3,11 Media Management 3.
12 Specialization Journalism 3,13 Research Report 3. 14 Internship 3,Major courses, including research Elective Courses within the major. project internship,11 13 courses 4 courses,36 42 Credit Hours 12 Credit Hours. Subject Cr Hr Subject Cr Hr,1 Online Journalism 3 1 Specialization Course I 3. 2 Media Seminar 3 2 Specialization Course II,3 Theories of 3 3 Specialization Course III 3.
Communication I 3 4 Specialization Course IV,4 Theories of 3 3. Communication II 3,5 Sub Editing page 3 3,Designing theory 3. Practice 3,6 Feature Column 3,Editorial writing theory 3. Practice 3,7 Research Methods I 3,8 Research Methods II 3. 9 Developmental,Communication,Journalism,10 Media Ethics Law.
11 Media Management,12 Specialized Journalism,13 Research Report. 14 Internship, Course from Other disciplines i e Political Science Economics. Sociology Physiology General Science and Psychology etc Universities. may follow the course details as decided by their Board of Studies. University has the option to recommend any other course in. lieu of English IV, University may recommend any other course in lieu of. Mathematics II,SEMESTER I,1 English I 3,2 Islamic Studies 2. 3 Introduction to Communication 3,4 Computer Skills 3.
5 Subsidiary Subject I 3,6 Subsidiary Subject II 3. SEMESTER II,1 English II 3,2 Pak Studies 2,3 Contemporary World Media 3. 4 Statistics Cum Mathematics 3,5 Subsidiary III 3,6 Subsidiary IV 3. SEMESTER III,1 English III 3,2 Functional Urdu 3,3 National International Affairs 3. 4 Statistics University Optional 3,5 Subsidiary V 3.
6 Subsidiary VI 3,SEMESTER IV,1 English IV University Optional 3. 2 Mass Media in Pakistan 3,3 Writing Workshop 3,4 Subsidiary VII 3. Mr Muhammad Iqbal Anjum Assistant Professor Mass Communication G C University Katchery Road Lahore 54000 Mr Naseeb Ullah Assistant Professor Department of Mass Communication University of Balochistan Quetta Sadia Mahmood Lecturer Department of Mass Communication University of Karachi Mr M Qasim Nizamani Lecturer Department of Mass Communication University of Sindh Jamshoro

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