EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL BODIES AND INSTITUTIONS RECOG¬NISING THE UNIVERSITY COURSES AND EXAMINATIONS ABROAD.
INSTITUTE OF PURCHASING AND SUPPLY, IPS House, High Street, Ascot,1 Berkshire, U:K.
The Head of Education and Training of the Institute in his letter No. DHJ/SJF dated 21st October, 1982 writes
It is quite possible that the professional standard board of the Institute Would accept your students, depending on their own particular backgrounds, for exemption from certain subjects within the ASPS system, and I would recommend therefore that appropriately qualified applicants be encouraged to submit forms to us from time to time.
FINANCE HOUSE ASSOCIATION LIMITED
DIPLOMA EXAMINATION, 18 Upper Grosvenor Street, LONDON, U,K.
The Association vide their letter dated 28th July, 1981 have accepted to grant Exem¬ption from their Part I Examination to B. Com. Degree holders of the University.'The Association would, however, make individual decision based on allthc facts of the case as per their Rules.
THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED SECRETARIES AND ADMINISTRATORS
16, PARK CRESCENT, LONDON, U.K.
The Institute vide their letter No. CS/KD/19264 dated 10th August, 1981 have expressed their willingness to accept the University Graduates for admission and exemptions from their examinations, in parts. The final decisions and details are to be, however, communicated by the appropriate Committee of the Institute.
THE INSTITUTE OF DATA PROCESSING MANAGEMENT LIMITED 50,
GOSCHEN BUILDING, 12/13, HENRIETTA STREET, LONDON, U.K.
The Institute vide their letter dated 30th October, 1981 addressed to the University, States as under :
"Further to my letter of 7th August and your reply of 17 th August I have pleasure in • giving below the exemptions granted by our exemption Sub-Comittee on your Bachelor of Commerce Honours and Ordinary degree Course.
- BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (COMMERCIAL UNIVERSITY) HONOURS AND ORDINARY
Exemption from Accounting Method-Part I (IDPM Revised Syllabus)
- Further information regarding the Institute and its Courses can be had directly from the office of the Institute or from the Office of the University
SOCIETY OF COMPANY AND COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTANTS 40, Tyndals Park Road, Bristol, U.K.
The Society vide their letteJ No. JGS/RF dated 28 th July, 1981 and Letter No. JGS/ RF dated 10 th August, 1981 have informed that holders of the B.Com. (Hons.) Degree would be acceptable as meeting the Society's normal entry requirements, and would there¬fore be eligible for admission to registered studentship with a view to sitting in the four parts of the professional examinations of the Society.
Further, vide letter No. JGS/RF dated 15 th November, 1982 Mrs. J.G. Slade, Education Secretary writes
- shall be very pleased to consider applications for registered studentship
from candidates completing their degree courses at the University, and look forward to welcoming a number of your graduates to the Society.
- I will also advise any of our member who are interested in undertaking further studies of the facilities offered by the Commercial University.
ASSOCIATION OF ACCOUNTING TECHNICIANS, 21, Jockeys Fields, London, U.K.
The Association vide their Letter No. PB/MO dated 6 th August, 1981 have informed that the Association will accept qualified graduates from the Commercial University for registration.
THE CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT, 80, Portland Place, London, U.K.
The Institute, vide their letter No. LFA/MI dated 4th August, 1981 have informed that B. Com. Degree holders of this Univ ersity are entitled to enrol with the Institute for their Courses and qualify their examinations and, thereafter, they can be considered for entry to the M. Sc. Degree Courses of the University of Birmingham, Newcastle upon Tyne Salford and Southampton as well as Cranfield Institute of Technology.
THE BRITISH SOCIETY OF COMMERCE, 25, Bridgeman Terrace, Wigan, England. UK.
The Society vide their latter No. HT/QX dated 28 th July, 1981 and 19th October, 1982 have informed the University as under :
- 'A study of our Handbook of Information and Syllabus has been carried out and the Executive Council and Examination Board have authorised me to say that
- Your Senior School Leaving Certificate or Matriculation will be accepted by the Society as giving qualification to entry as a Registered student of the Society.
- Your B Com. or Intermediate in Commerce or B. Com. Part I Diploma will be acc¬epted as giving entry to the Licentiate Grade of Membership, with exemption from Ihe Part I & Part II qualifying Examinations.
- Your B. Com. or B. Com. (Hons) Degree, will be accepted as giving entry to Associate Membership grade with exemption from the Part III qualifying Exami¬nations.
- Your M. Com. Degree, Ph. D. (Com.) and D. Sc. (Com.) will entitle holders to apply to become Fellow-Members, provided that they fulfil the Society's conditions, regarding age.
THE COLUMBIA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, 150 SHORELING HIGHWAY, MILL VALLEY CALIFORNIA, U. S.A.
The President of the University in his letter to this University, dated August 20, 1981 writes
- On review of your curriculum materials, I feel most confident to assure you that students completing the course of education therein described would be eligible for transfer credit to Columbia Pacific University on a unit-for-unit basis. Thus Students who had completed a Master's Degree at your institution, would in all probability be eligible to enter a Doctorate programme here.
- The admissions procedures would be handled on an individual basis, with each potential student providing a resume summarising his or her background educational work experience, and the educational credits earned at your institution and elsewhere. On that basis we would have our Admission Committee decide on their eligibility to enter a particular degree level (Bachelors, Masters or Doctorate) and major area (such as Business Administration)."
THE INSTITUTE OF SALES AND MARKETING MANAGEMENT LIMITED, CONCORD
HOUSE, 24, WARWICK NEW ROAD, ROYAL LAMINGTON SPA,, WARWICKSHIRE, U.K.
The Principal of the Institute vide his letter dated 8th November, 1982 writes
" As a Director of the Institute, I will be pleased to support any applications from your graduates for membership of the Institute and in the main, I think that most of them would qualify for full membership, some for fellowship
With regard to the Diploma in Sales & Marketing Management there is a require¬ment that every one who aspires to this diploma must be able to sell. Apart from this, we can award modular credits to you graduates..
Further details with respect of various exemptions and system and award of credit and scheme of studies prescribed by the Institute have been stated and the Graduates of the University shall be awarded credits and would, however, be required to take mandatory modules to qualify for the Institute Examinations
ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED ACCOUNTANTS, 29, LINCOLN'S INQ FIELDS, LONDON.
Vide their letter No. JCF/MB dated 11th November, 1982 the Senior Education Officer of the Association states :
" I have reviewed the information enclosed with your letter and am pleased to inform you that holders of the B Com. and M.Com. degree from the Commercial University will be accepted for registration as students of this Association."
Given hereabove is a list of bodies and institutions and Universities recognising the; Graduates of the University for admission/exemptions to/from their Courses of Studies as on November 10, 1982. This cannot be treated as an exhaustive list but may act as a guideline for students desiring to enrol for and undergo higher courses of Studies in these bodies.
Further details of the Courses of these Bodies and admission procedures can be had from the office of the University or from the Bodies directly.
Commercial University Limited is a Private University founded by The All – India Commercial Association in 1940 at Lahore and is a university incorporated under a central act being central act I of 1956. It is not recognised by the U. G. C.. Its Certificates, Diploma and Degrees are not specifically recognised by the Central or any State Government. Recognition thereof is discretionary on the part of the persons concerned.
The CUL establishes and maintains high standards of education, training and examinations at all levels. This fact has earned for it a high reputation and public acceptability of its course, examinations and awards.
Many employer concerns, including private companies and MNC’s accept its awards for staff placements in their concerns. However, recognition thereof is entirely discretionary.