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Spring 2014 Mid Term Examinations Make Your Date Sheet NOW!

The web interface for making your date sheet is being launched (local and overseas) on the following link:
http://datesheet.vu.edu.pk/

Note:

You MUST make your date sheet on or before Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Seats will be available on a 'first come first served' basis. All mentioned timings are according to PST (Pakistan Standard Time).

INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Logon using your VULMS ID and Password 
(In case of any password related problem contact at password@vu.edu.pk
2. Choose Your Exam City in which you want to appear for Exam (optional) 
3. Choose your Exam Center out of the centers available to you
(Once selected, you can’t change your Exam Center) 
4. Select available exam date and start time of your own choice for each of your courses, then click “Confirm” button to confirm your selection. 
5. Repeat the Step-4 for all your remaining courses one by one. 
6. Finally click the button at the bottom of the page to get Examination Password and print your Examination Slip which you MUST keep with you for entry in Examination Center on each of the Exam Dates.

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Itni jaldi aa bhi gye papers 

7 sy start ho rhay hn abi kafi din hn wasy ...

Kal hum nay date sheet ka zikar kia tha ar aaj yay aa bhi gaie   chalo is bahanay isay lambi umer milay gi  ab banao chaiti 

Yup kiran hm ny ziker kia datesheet ka

or wo aa b gai foran bari lambi umer hy ....

Aswa me abhi tk books k name yad kr rahi thi

Heheheheheh wo b yad ni huay hn gy na ?? kin min koi hal ni 

suchi D lms opn kr k dekhti hu tb yad aty hain..itny jaldi exam aw gay hain

Exam stress 

Awww perha ni kuch kyia ??

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