Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan MA Part I & II Result 2021
What is the date of the MA Result 2021 by the AWKUM?
Every year, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan conducts the annual and supplementary exams of MA part I & II students. A huge number of students appear in these exams for the sake of the degree or to continue their studies to the doctorate level. After the completion of the exams, students start searching for their results. If you didn’t find anything about the result then here we’ll provide you all the details about your academic query. Students are informed that the MA result 2021 will be announced in February.
Private and regular students participate in the annual examination. Some of the private students don’t know about the procedure that how to register themselves with the university? They are instructed to visit the official website of the university to clearly view all the details of the admission and the enrollment process. MA part I & II exams are held in the month of October. When the exams are completed, the university teaching staff start checking the papers. The university takes three months for the preparation of the result. MA result 2021 will be declared in the month of February and will also available on our website uniresults.pk.
AWKUM was built up in April 2009 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is a public sector general university whose main campus is situated in the Mardan. The university offers higher-level degree programs to the students from bachelor to the doctorate level. The university has the right to organize annual and supplementary exams of different courses and also compose results for them. Currently, the university is busy assembling MA result 2021 for the students.
MA is a two-year postgraduate degree program offered by the university to the regular students as well as private students. There are some special subjects in MA that are also offered to the students. These subjects include MA Arts & Design, Islamic Studies, English, Education, Pakistan Studies, Tourism & Hospitality, Pushto, Political Sciences, Sociology, Journalism and Mass Communication. All the mentioned courses’ exams are conducted by the university according to different schedules. Students get help from the past papers to understand the paper pattern and the way how a question is asked in the paper and also get the idea of answering that question. You will access the past papers from here.