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English Language compulsory for B.Sc Examination

      Appendix A
           (outline of Tests)     

There will be one paper carrying 100 marks of 3 hours duration.                                            

Paper                                                                   100

i) Prose Part                                                                     50          

ii) General Part:                                                      50

  1-Comprehension                                                 15
  2-Report Writing                                                  10
  3-Translation into English                                      10
  4-Essay (200 words)                                             15

Appendix B
(Syllabi and Course)


Paper                                                                   100

i) Prose Part :                                                                 50          
Text Book:
            A Selection of English Prose: by Dr. Nosheen khan and Prof. Ghulam Sarwar Qureshi.
ii) General Part:                                                     50

  1-Comprehension                                                15
  2-Report Writing                                                 10
  3-Translation into English                                     10
  4-Essay (200 words)                                             15


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