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GIKI Starts new BS Program in Management Sciences

GIKI is setting up a new program of Bachelors in Management Sciences under the Department of Management Sciences and Humanities.

The Bachelors in MS Program will focus on exploring business models from a societal and economic perspective, with particular emphasis on national, regional and international Supply Chain Management systems, and innovative entrepreneurial models in order to enable students to become pioneering icons in the corporate world. With so much attention being given to environmental concerns by world leaders and industry giants, another niche of this program will be teaching students recent developments and discussions about sustainability in a long-term business context, especially for South Asia and Pakistan specifically.

Important Dates:

The start date of the program is in August 2013. To see other important dates, please click here to

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For information about admissions, please visit the admissions page.


The Undergraduate Program in Management Sciences is of 4-years duration, spread over 8 regular semesters, and consisting of 135 credit hours.

Eligibility Requirements:

Students with Intermediate (Engg, Medical, General Science, Arts) (minimum 60% marks). A-levels with at least C grade. The GIK Common Admissions Test (GCAT) will be taken for admission in BS Management Sciences at test centers. The GCAT will measure reading, writing, and mathematical skills with the objective to assess a candidate?s suitability for undergraduate study. Questions are designed to explore knowledge and skills acquired over a period of time, in order to compare candidates from different academic backgrounds.

Applicants applying in engineering programs can also appear in BS Management Sciences test to be conducted on 14 July 2013 at GIK Institute, Topi, with an additional fee of Rs. 1,000.


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Date: 10th May, 2013