The Higher Education Commission will build up two University Colleges in Balochistan, in Zhob and Dera Murad Jamali separately. As of late, the Planning Commission has endorsed two proposition of HEC to build up these universities in Balochistan. The country can be seen moving towards educating some of the most backward regions.
The University College Zhob will be a constituent school of the Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS), Quetta. They will offer four-year degree programs in Business Administration, Economics, Computer Sciences and Information Technology. Since, the world now recognizes four year of bachelor’s degree instead of a two years program.
Balochistan Government has given a land parcel measuring 100 acres of land for the College. The Federal Government will build foundation at a cost of Rs. 1.260 billion.
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The second University College will be set up in Dera Murad Jamali and will be a constituent school of Lasbela University of Agriculture, Water and Marine Sciences, Uthal. The College will offer Bachelor degree programs in Agricultural Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Education, Sociology and Computer Sciences in its initial stage. The College will likewise offer certificate courses in Livestock and Dairy Development and Food Technology/Food Sciences to youth in the area.
The Government of Balochistan has recognized 500 acres of land at Dera Murad Jamali for the foundation of the College, while Rs. 1.503 billion will be given by HEC to framework improvement. The College is anticipated to be a model grounds in the area to manage the most requested advances and research situated investigations.
HEC will give vital scholastic offices at the temporary building to start classes, and for the arrangement of foundation and provisional offices at the permanent grounds of the school for 800-1000 students alongside normal offices like library, medical centers, sports offices, cafeteria, and so forth.
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