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The Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi; is a public university in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. The Institute of Public and Business Administration (IPBA) was founded in 1955, making it one of the oldest business schools outside of North America. The world-renowned Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania provided the initial technical support. Several prominent American professors were assigned to the IBA shortly after the University of Southern California established various facilities at the Institute. The course materials, curriculum, pedagogical tools, and assessment and testing methods were created with the assistance of renowned scholars from these two institutions. IBA has zealously guarded the high standards and academic traditions that it inherited from Wharton and USC while adapting and adjusting them over time.
IBA offers degrees in business administration, accounting and finance, computer science, mathematics, economics, social sciences, and liberal arts.
IBA offers degrees in Business Administration, Accounting and Finance, Computer Science, Economics, Economics and Mathematics, Social Sciences, and Liberal Arts at the undergraduate level. Degrees in Business Administration, MBA Executive, Computer Science, Economics, Islamic Banking and Finance, Journalism, Management, Data Sciences, Finance, and Mathematics are among the graduate programs offered by the IBA. The Institute's doctoral programs include degrees in computer science, economics, and mathematics.
When the admissions process begins, it is announced on the IBA website and advertised in all major national newspapers. Admissions activity usually begins in October for Spring Semester Admissions and January for Fall Semester Admissions. IBA allows students whose final results have not yet been announced to apply for admission if they have no deficiencies in their previous academic years. Admission may be conditional on the submission of the required results.
The minimum academic requirements for IBA admissions are as follows:
1:For BBA Program
2: For BS Program
Graduate Programs - (MS, MBA, MBA-Evening)
Degree (In relevant subject)
The entry test consists of two parts:
The English section of the test is intended to evaluate candidates' language proficiency and communicative competence. The English section of the exam will include 45 multiple-choice questions. These questions will primarily focus on grammar, vocabulary, and reading to assess knowledge application.
Tenses, modal verbs, subject-verb agreement, pronouns, prepositions, and other grammatical concepts may be tested. In terms of vocabulary, candidates must demonstrate their ability as able readers by inferring meaning from context clues.
The exam focuses on the following topics:
The purpose of the test is to determine whether students have the necessary language skills to succeed in a competitive degree program taught entirely in English, to assess students' ability to comprehend university-level reading, to assess student's competence in using standard written English in academic contexts, and to assess students' grammar and vocabulary usage.
The mathematics section of the exam will include 50 multiple-choice questions. The following topics are covered in these questions:
1. Complex Numbers
2. Matrices and Determinants
3. Sequences and Series
4. Miscellaneous Series
5. Permutation combination and probability
6. Mathematical Induction and binomial theorem
7. Quadratic equation
8. Function and their graph
9. Trigonometric identities of sum and difference of angle
10. Application of trigonometry
11. Graph of trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions and solution of trigonometric equations
12. Functions and limits
13. Partial Fractions
14. Plane analytical geometry (Straight Line)
19. Translation and Rotation