Islamabad - Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has declared the final results of its B.Ed program for the Semester Spring, 2014 and also placed it at the varsity website www.aiou.edu.pk.  
Controller of Exams Sohail Nazir Rana declared the results by pressing computer-button, said a press release issued here Sunday.  
As per announcement by the Controller Exams, the result cards of all the students would soon be sent at their given addresses. Meanwhile, the students can down-load their results cards from the University’s web-site.
He said that the results of ATTC, PTC and CT programs had already been announced and the results were placed at the University’s website.
He said that results of Matric program would be announced in couple of days, similarly declaration of results of all the remaining programs including FA, BA, Master level, M.Phil and Ph.D would be completed on the schedule time and well- before the closing of new admissions, enabling the successful students to take admission in next programmes.
Meanwhile, Director Admissions, Syed Zia-ul-Hasnain said that the admissions of SSC to Ph D-level programms for the Semester Spring, 2015 in various disciplines would start from February 1.
Last date for the admission would be March 5. Admission forms and prospectuses would be available from the sale-points of the University’s main campus and its regional/coordinating offices across the country.
He said admission forms with prescribed fee could be submitted in all the countrywide branches of Bank Al-Falah, Habib Bank Ltd, First Women Bank and Allied Bank and at the nominated branches of National Bank of Pakistan and Muslim Commercial Bank.
Detail of the nominated branches would be available at prospectuses. Admission forms and prospectus of Matric, FA and BA level programmes for  overseas Pakistanis in the Middle-East would be placed at the University’s website del.aiou.edu.pk. Computerised admission forms would soon be sent to all the continuing students. The University would also place the same at its official website.