12 Oct 2021

Can students do ADA/ADS/ADC/ADP in One Year Privately from any University in Pakistan

ADA/ADS/ADP in One Year Privately

Most of the students ask the question, “Can we do ADA/ADS/ADP in one year privately?” The Answer to this question is yes but the condition is that after passing FA/F.Sc, there must be the tenure of two Years. If after passing FA/F.Sc the tenure is of one year, then you can only apply for ADA/ADS/ADP/ADC part.1


If there is any student who has cleared his/her 12 years of education many years ago, he or she is eligible to appear in both parts of ADP/ADS/ADA/ADC and can complete it in one year. Now one can learn that the major condition is that there must be the tenure of 2 years after passing FA/F.Sc.

It can only be done privately, but if one is a regular student, he must complete two year of academic session. The degree are called two year degree. One thing is common in both ways the students must pass the academic session of two years. There is a majority of students who achieve these two years degree as extra degree. They just focus on the studies of these degrees quite near the exams, apply for both parts admissions and take the exams and after three to four months they get the degree.


The scope of these degrees is same like BA/B.Sc/B.com. These degrees will help the students for further studies. They can take part in BS 5th semester in any university. They can take admissions in Law, can appear in CSS/PPSC Exams and also can seek jobs. But they are not able to take admissions in MA/M.Sc two years degree program as these degrees have been phased out as per the notification of HEC in Pakistan.


The subjects and exams pattern of ADP ADA two year degree programs is same like BA B.Sc. Syllabus is same but with a slight change. In first attempt only in ADA education both parts syllabus and paper pattern has been changed. In the new syllabus MCQs and short questions and some chapters have been inducted. Besides this all other syllabus is same like BA, no peculiar change.


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