PROGRAMS

BS Statistics

Eligibility Criteria

  • Duration: 4 Years (8 Semesters)
  • BS 4-year: The candidates seeking admission in BS Statistics program must have:/li>
  • Passed FSc/ICS or equivalent examination with at least 2nd division.
  • Studied mathematics of 200 marks.
  • Students who have studied Statistics will be given preference.

Scope of BS Statistics

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Scheme of Studies

BS Statistics (Morning + Evening Program)

  • BS(4-YEAR) Statistics 2016 AND ONWARD
SEMESTER-I
Course Category Course Code Course Title Credits
Foundation Stat-113 Introductory Statistics (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Compulsory Eng-122 English I 3(3+0)
Compulsory Pks-100 Pakistan Studies 2(2+0)
Compulsory Math-133 Math I 3(3+0)
General Arab-101 Arabic 3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours 15(14 + 1)

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SEMESTER-II
Course Category Course Code Course Title Credits
Foundation Stat-111 Introduction to Probability and Probability Distributions (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Compulsory Isi-100 Islamic Stuides 2(2+0)
Compulsory Eng-123 English-II 3(3+0)
Compulsory MATH-134 Math-II 3(3+0)
General   Basics of Sociology 3(3+0)
General CS-100 General Introduction to Computer 3(2+1)
Total Credit Hours 19(18+1)
SEMESTER-III
Course Category Course Code Course Title Credits
Foundation Stat-204 Basic Statistical Inference(Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Compulsory Eng-224 English-III 3(3+0)
General Stat-214 Mathematical Economics I 3(3+0)
Compulsory CS-103 Basic Computer Skills 3(3+0)
Foundation Math-235 Mathematics III 3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours 16(15+1)
SEMESTER-IV
Course Category Course Code Course Title Credits
Foundation Stat-212 Introduction to Regression Analysis and Experimental Design (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Foundation Stat-201 Applied Statistics 3(3+0)
Foundation Math-221 Elementary Linear Algebra 3(3+0)
General Stat-215 Mathematical Economics II 3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours 13(12+1)
SEMESTER-V
Course Category Course Code Course Title Credits
Foundation Stat-319 Probability & Probability Distributions I (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Foundation Stat-324 Sampling Technique I(Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Major Stat-309 Design & Analysis of Experiment I 4(3+1)
Major Stat-318 Parametric and Non Parametric Tests (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Elective   Elective I 3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours 19(16+3)
SEMESTER-VI
Course Category Course Code Course Title Credits
Major Stat-320 Probability & Probability Distributions II (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Major Stat-325 Sampling Technique II (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Major Stat-310 Design & Analysis of Experiments II (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Major Stat-303 Basic Econometrics (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Major Stat-316 Multivariate Techniques (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Total Credit Hours 20(16+4)
SEMESTER-VII
Course Category Course Code Course Title Credits
Major Stat-426 Statistical Inference-I (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Major 3 Stat-430 Time Series Analysis-I 3(3+0)
Major Stat-402 Applied Econometrics (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Foundation Stat-328 Statistical Packages 3(3+0)
Elective   Elective II 3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours 17(15+2)
SEMESTER-VIII
Course Category Course Code Course Title Credits
Major Stat-427 Statistical Inference-II (Theory and Lab) 4(3+1)
Major Stat-431 Time Series Analysis-II 3(3+0)
Major Stat-423 Research Project 3(3+0)
Elective   Elective III 3(3+0)
Elective   Elective IV 3(3+0)
Total Credit Hours 16(15+1)

 

  1. Human Resource Management
  2. Environmental Sciences
  3. Principles of Management & Marketing
  4. Basic Financial Management
  5. History of Human Civilization
  6. Foreign Language other than English
  7. Introduction to Physics
  8. Advanced Calculus
  9. Introduction to Genetics
  10. Introduction to Geography
  11. Mathematical Economics I
  12. Mathematical Economics II
  13. Decision Models

 

    1. Operations Research
    2. Stochastic Process
    3. Reliability Analysis
    4. Decision Theory
    5. Bio-Statistics
    6. Data Mining
    7. Actuarial Statistics-I
    8. Actuarial Statistics-II
    9. Categorical Data Analysis
    10. Bayesian Inference
    11. Statistical Quality Control
    12. Spatial Data Analysis
    13. Research Methodology

or any other subject depending upon the expertise available

Important note: The Scheme of Studies of BS course can be changed according to the demand of market.