ACADEMIC CALENDAR:

The academic year at PAF-KIET College of Media & Arts is divided into three semesters. Each semester, students learn through practice, assignments, tests, quizzes, and co-curricular activities.

ACTIVITY
DATE
Spring Semester
January 1
Last date to drop courses (without financial penalty)
February 14
Last date for scrutiny
February 14
CMA Students’ Council Elections
February 14
Comprehensive Exam – Fall
October
First Hourly Examinations
Second Hourly Examinations
Third Hourly Examinations
Registration for Summer
April 22 – May 22
Last date to drop courses (without academic penalty but with financial penalty)
Before final exams
Internal Juries
April 29-30
External Juries
May 15 – 17
Semester Break
May 18 – June 1
Announcement of Results for Spring Semester
May 21
Spring Semester
January 1
Last date to drop courses (without financial penalty)
June 11
Last date for scrutiny
June 11
Comprehensive Exam – Summer
June 22
Academic Council (?)
June 24
Mid-Term Examinations
June 30 – July 4
Board of Advanced Studies and Research (BASR) (?)
July 8
External Review
July 7-13
Registration for Fall
July 14 – August 15
Last date to drop courses (without academic penalty but with financial penalty)
Before final exams
Final Exams
July 21-25
Semester Break
July 27 – August 23
Independence Day (during semester break)
August 14
Fall Semester
August 25
Last date to drop courses (without financial penalty)
September 14
Last date for scrutiny
Comprehensive Exam – Fall
October
First Hourly Examinations
Second Hourly Examinations
Third Hourly Examinations
Registration for Spring
November 20 – December 20
Last date to drop courses (without academic penalty but with financial penalty)
Before final exams
Internal Juries
External Juries
Semester Break

Bachelors in Computer Arts

The Bachelors in Computer Arts (BCA) is a four-year degree program that is offered at PAF-KIET City Campus in the morning shift. This program meets the HEC and international standards for full-length four-year bachelor’s degree.

The BCA degree aims at providing students a skill set to take on new challenges and practice the principles of:

  • Graphic Design
  • Animation& Multimedia
  • Media Production

The first two years (freshman and sophomore) are focused on providing a basic understanding of all these areas after which students are acquainted enough to choose a major (specialization) from these four areas. If their academic record is permitting, students can also opt for bi-majors.

Eligibility: Intermediate 2nd Div. or equivalent A-level