Medical Students can now study Computing Programs

All the computing programs or degrees in the country are accredited by National Computing Education and Accreditation Council (NCEAC). The criteria of NCEAC clearly states that students having mathematics in their intermediate education with at least 50% marks can enroll in any computing programs. However, NCEAC has now officially announced that students with medical background can also pursue BS Computing Programs. The issue had been raised numerous times ago but this time around, Chairperson of NCEAC has taken a memorable decision.

The students who are unable to get admission in MBBS or DBS but are highly talented students were previously unable to take admissions into any computing programs. Students with medical background shall have difficulty in studying computing programs due to no study of mathematics during the intermediate level. Hence, all such students will be offered two additional courses of mathematics and they will be recorded on their final transcripts too. The decision will be communicated to all Higher Education Institutes (HEI) within the coming week through an official notification.


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