If you want to get a degree with good marks from Virtual University 2021

 


1- If you want to get a degree from VU with good marks, stay away from Combine Study.
2- Read alone early morning / Late Night, personal choice.
3- Do not apply ratta
4- Save video lectures on mobile so that you can watch lectures whenever you want in your free time.
5- Go to campus only one month before the exam if it is very necessary
6- No need to memorize the whole lecture, just try to keep the main points of the lecture in mind or Make Notes.
7- (Exercise, GDB, Quiz) Be sure to submit but don't waste so much time on them that lectures are left.
8- Prepare on your own. Read separately. Don't depend on others
9- Don't become too many readers, just prepare (HandOuts) well, the paper will be solved.
10. Don't blacken the computer screen with the answers to the questions in the exam. Just write the answer to the point
11- Read a little, but read well, read by heart ... avoid memorization


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Issuance of First Voucher to Continuing Students (Fall, 2020)

 Published On:  Oct 29, 2020


Students are informed that the University has issued the first voucher (Semester Enrollment fee + One Course fee) for Fall, 2020 semester to continuing students, who have made course selection from October 22, 2020, to October 29, 2020. 

You are directed to deposit the payable voucher as per the given schedule.

VU Endowment Fund Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):




 Endowment Fund

 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

 

Q:  What is the “Endowment Fund”?

A:  “Endowment Fund” is a fund that is created to collect donations, contributions, grants, and gifts, etc.

Q:  How does it work?

A:  An endowment fund is an investment fund set up by an institution in which the principal amount is kept intact and only the income generated by it is utilized for various purposes; such as:

a.       Research Activities

b.      Scholarships

Q:  Is it approved by any university’s a body /forum?

A:  Yes, The university’s apex body i.e. Board of Governors (BoG) has approved the Endowment fund. The BoG further approved the contribution of Rs. 1,000/- and USD 10/- from students w.e.f. spring-16, onward.

Q:  Is it refundable?

A:  The contribution to the endowment fund is non-refundable.

Q:  Would Endowment fund contributions only be collected from students?

A:  The contributions towards the endowment fund will be made by the University, its students,     alumni, and other donors.

Q:  How much amount will each student contribute towards the endowment fund?

A:  The contributions will be made by the students once, as follows:

a.       For Local Students:                  Rs. 1,000/-

b.      For Overseas Students: USD 10/-

Q:  When will the endowment fund take effect?

A:  The contribution to that fund shall be applicable w.e.f. Spring -2016 to all existing and newly admitted students.

Q:  Is it mandatory?

A:  Yes, it is mandatory.

Q:  Is it applicable to all students?

A:  It is applicable to all students of degree programs only.

Q:  Will I need to contribute to the endowment fund every month, every semester, or every year?

A:  No, you will have to contribute once, only.





VU Online Workshop on Visual Data Analysis Using R Software 2020

 

Online Workshop on Visual Data Analysis Using R Software

 

The Virtual University of Pakistan, Department of Statistics, Faculty of Science and Technology is organizing an online workshop on “Visual Data Analysis”.

Data presentation and persuasion are among the top ten most in-demand skills, according to LinkedIn. Data visualization is truly important for any career; from teachers trying to make sense of student test results to computer scientists trying to develop the next big thing in artificial intelligence, it’s hard to imagine a field where people don’t need to better understand data. Whether you work in finance, marketing, tech, education, HR, medical, or anything else, you need to visualize data. 



The main objective of this workshop is to train the participants to explore and use the latest tools to improve their data analysis visualization skills. 
 

  • Title: Workshop on Visual Data Analysis-Using R-Software
  • Date: November 03, 2020
  • Time: 09:30 AM – 12:30 PM



Key Learnings:

The webinar aims to provide

  • Basic principles of data visualization
  • The main component of Tidyverse
  • Hands-on practice on ggplot and ggplot2



Registration Details:


Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_NrJrHkCaT4OZmVTZkbAoSw

Registration Fee: PKR 500 (for Pakistani participants), USD 10 (for International participants)

 

Juniper JNCIA-Cloud JN0-230

JNCIA-Cloud JN0-230



 1. According to the juniper network, what is the recommended external routing protocol for the underlay network?

A. IS-IS

B. EGP

C. OSPF

D. BGP


Answer: D


2. Which two capabilities are supported with the cSRX firewall?(choose two)

A. IPS

B. routing instances

C. chassis clustering

D. Layer 2 deployment


Answer: AC


3. Which cloud CPE component manages the end-to-end path from the CPE to the central office or to another CPE?

A. service orchestration

B. infrastructure orchestration

C. physica telco cloud infrastructure

D. virtual network functions


Answer: A


4. What are two objectives of SDN?(choose two)

A. centralization of control plane

B. physical separation of the control plane from the data plane

C. centralization of the forwarding plane

D. centralization of the services plane


Answer: AB


5. What is an advantage of the Junos Telemetry Interface(JTI) over SNMP?

A. JTI can pull data more frequently

B. JTI always transfers data over HTTP

C. JTI never transfers data over UDP

D. JTI can push data more frequently


Answer: D


6. You have 100 small branch offices around the world. You must use a single pane of glass to monitor EX Series devices for port status, ports exceeding maximum bandwidth, ports with maximum errors, and ports with maximum packet loss

In this scenario, which product would satisfy the requirement?

A. Contrail SD-WAN

B. Contrail SD-LAN

C. Contrail Networking

D. Contrail Cloud


Answer: A


7. Which two statements are correct about the NFV framework?(Choose two)

A. The NFV framework is defined by ANSI

B. The NFV framework is defined by ETSI

C. The NFV framework enables horizontally scalable deployments of services

D. A spine and leaf implementation is an example of the NFV framework


Answer: BC


8. Which mechanism allows tenants to interconnect across an overlay network?

A. tunnels

B. subnets

C. EBGP connections

D. P2P OSPF adjacencies


Answer: C


9. What are two examples of SaaS?(Choose two) *****************

A. Amazon Web Services

B. SalesForce

C. Google Apps

D. IBM Cloud


Answer: BC


10. Which two Juniper devices are used as a CSO CPE devices(Choose two.)

A. SRX

B. NFX

C. QFX

D. MX


Answer: AB

Announcement for Need Based Scholarships for Fall, 2020




 Students are informed that a need-based scholarship link for Fall - 2020 semester has been opened for deserving students. If you are a deserving student and you are eligible to apply for need based scholarship, please apply at your earliest. The last date to apply for need based scholarship is November 06, 2020.

The procedure to apply for need based scholarship is as follows;

1.     From within the LMS, click the "Student Services" button

2.     Click on the "Need Based Scholarship" link, under "Accounts" Section

3.     A form will be displayed.

4.     Fill in the required information

5.     Click the Submit Request button.





Interview questions on Check Point Firewall

1)From which was the first version of Checkpoint you worked?

2)What is the difference between CP NG and CP NGX?

3)In how many modes we can install the checkpoint?

4)What is the architecture of Checkpoint?

5)What is SIC?

6)What is NAT and how many types of NAT supported by CP explain?

7)What is unicast and multicast?

8)What is rules define Stealth and Clean up the rule?

9)Can we configure rules above the stealth rule?

10)What is the purpose of the cleanup rule?

11)How you can configure smart view clients on a new pc?

12)How you are taking backup of CP?

13)How you can take manual backup and which folders are necessary?

14)How you can configure the Log server and wherein CP we configure it?

15)How you use smart view tracker tell about three pannes of it.

16)Have you ever configure smart defense if yes tell us a few features of it.

17)What are the important communication ports of the checkpoint?

18)Tell me about the license part of the CP and types of it.

19)How you can integrate gateway boxes with CP like Nokia and Nortel or UTM boxes?

20)How you can bring up Nokia box integration with the CP server.

21)Have you configure Cluster in CP if yes then tell us the process?

22)What is VRRP?

23)What is the FW monitor?

24)Try to give 5 important CLI commands which are helpful for CP admin?

25)Have you done CCSA if yes then what is the career path for it and how many questions were there.

26)What is Bi-directional NAT?

27)If the log folder is crossed the threshold value which you had defined in the CP server then what will happen?

28)What is the use of database revision control?

29)Have you ever configure VPN if yes then tell us about Site to Site with IPSEC in CP?

30)Have you ever upgrade the R60 to R62 or R65 if yes then tell us the process?

31)What is FW unload local

32)If the log tracker is showing green means accepted even though the defined rule is not working then what causes might be telling us.?

33)What is SYNC in the cluster?

35)What is stateful inspection technology?

36)Apart from Stateful which another technology firewall belongs to?

37)Difference between ASA and Checkpoint firewall?

38)What is the ICMP default setting in the global properties of CP?

39)How you can reconfigure the SIC password?

40)If you restarted the remote gateway then what will happen in the CP network?


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Announcement for Need Based Scholarships for Fall, 2020




 Students are informed that a need-based scholarship link for the Fall - 2020 semester has been opened for deserving students. If you are a deserving student and you are eligible to apply for a need-based scholarship, please apply at your earliest. The last date to apply for a need-based scholarship is November 06, 2020.

The procedure to apply for a need-based scholarship is as follows;

1.     From within the LMS, click the "Student Services" button

2.     Click on the "Need-Based Scholarship" link, under "Accounts" Section

3.     A form will be displayed.

4.     Fill in the required information

5.     Click the Submit Request button.






VU join hands with Cisco to offer Entry & Associate Level Certificate Courses

 

VU in collaboration with Cisco is offering Entry & Associate Level Certificate Courses

The Virtual University of Pakistan has joined hands with the Cisco Networking Academy to spread technical learning. In this regard, initially, VU Cisco Netacad offered free courses to the students of Virtual University. After the successful feedback Entry & Associate Level paid Certificate Courses are being offered for all learners. Details of the courses are given below

ENTRY & ASSOCIATE LEVEL COURSES:

·  Cyber Security Essentials                         –             Fee: Rs. 4,000    (1 month)

·  CyberOps Associate                                  –            Fee: Rs. 6,000    (2 months)

·  CCNA v7                                                  –             Fee: Rs. 8,000    (4 months)

 

* 100% Online Training with 20% COVID Discount

 

 

BENEFITS:

  • Online course content for certification
  • Online labs for practice
  • Multiple career opportunities
  • Globally accepted certificates
  • Performance-based discount voucher for Industrial certificate exam  (CCNA v7 and CyberOps Associate) by Cisco

 

 Hurry up and Register Now to reserve your seat.


VU join hands with Cisco to offer Entry & Associate Level Certificate Courses

VU join hands with Cisco to offer Entry & Associate Level Certificate Courses


11th Convocation (Quetta) Is To Be Held On October 22,2020 @ 09:30 AM

 

Published On:  Monday, October 19, 2020

11th Convocation (Quetta) is to be held on Thursday, October 22, 2020, at 9:30am at SERENA Hotel, Quetta.

For this, invitation letters have been sent to confirmed Graduates of Quetta convocation through email.

Please do print your invitation letter (Sent on your Email) which is mandatory for entrance.

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Entry into the venue is restricted to cardholders only.
  2. You must bring your Invitation Card and original Photo ID (CNIC / Passport / Domicile / Driving License) for entrance.
  3. To avoid any embarrassment, please do not bring your children.
  4. Please bring two copies of your CNIC. One for Registration and 2nd for degree collection.
  5. Mobile phones & electronic devices are strictly prohibited inside the hall.
  6. As per Govt’s SOPs, wearing masks is mandatory.
  7. The entry of unauthorized persons is strictly prohibited.  

 

In case of any query, students may contact at:

042-99204760, 99203899

WhatsApp: 03000656903, 03000656901

convocation@vu.edu.pk

VU MERIT LISTS FOR FALL 2020

 MERIT LISTS FOR FALL 2020

It is to inform that merit lists of the following programs have been published on the VU website: https://www.vu.edu.pk/ViewMeritList.aspx

  • BS Biotechnology
  • BS Bioinformatics
  • BS Zoology
  • M.Sc. Zoology
  • Diploma in Molecular Biology

Students can print their Fee Challan from the admission portal. An online payment option is also available. Others can pay their dues according to fee voucher in the prescribed Banks/Telenor Easy Paisa/Nadra-Saluhat /Finca etc., on or before the last date i.e. Monday, October 26, 2020 (during banking hours)

Applicants failed to deposit their dues within the due date shall lose their rights for admission in Fall session 2020.

VU Announcement for Course Selection Fall 2020 Semester

Announcement for Course Selection

Fall 2020 Semester

(Semester/ Classes Commencement Date: November 02, 2020)

The link for “Course Selection” will be active/ available w.e.f. Thursday, October 22, 2020 under “Student Services” tab in VULMS. The students are advised to log-in to their VULMS account and select their course(s) immediately or before the semester commencement date.  However, last date to add/drop course(s) will be Thursday, November 12, 2020. Tuition fee voucher issued after this date shall not be revised.

Important Notes:

  1. Existing/ continuing students must make their course selection as mentioned above. Failing to enroll any course(s) he/she will be treated as “INACTIVE STUDENT” during the semester according to “Semester Freeze Rules”. Such students may continue their studies after ‘Readmission” as per the University policy.
  1. Newly admitted studentsenrolled in the 1st semester of their respective study program, are given pre-selected courses.
  1. Course/ workload (Credit Hours) limits have been prescribed and published separately for each study program in “Course Selection Rules” in given “Student Handbook”. Students must read the rules carefully before making their course selection.

Guidelines/Explanations:

·         Students are expected to follow the “semester wise study scheme” of their respective study program so that their scholarship eligibility may not effect (See Scholarship Rules). 

·         Continuously enrolling maximum course/work load in each semester does not mean that a study program can be completed earlier than its minimum prescribed residential requirement.

  1. Course Pre-requisite rule requires enrollment and qualifying of Basic/Introductory courses before enrolling an advanced level course. Therefore, said rule must be followed and given due care while making course selection.
  1. Students with blocked VULMS (due to non-payment of fee) will not be allowed to make their course selection, unless they deposit their outstanding dues and get their LMS accounts active from Accounts Department.
  1. Project/Internship students are to select and qualify Project/Internship as per eligibility criteria according to the study scheme for the award of degree. (Note: Internship and research project is mandatory to qualify for all students of BS Mass Communication and BS Psychology programs w.e.f. spring 2019 batch)
  1. Thesis course will only be available for selection, if a student qualifies its eligibility criteria mentioned at Course Selection Rules. MSCS/MSBA students will opt only one track either Thesis or Course Work.
  1. Grade Improvement Policy encourages the students to repeat ‘F’ or ‘D’ grade courses, if any, on priority basis in subsequent semester(s); within maximum credit hours limit for the respective semester has to be followed. However, for all MS/ MPhil programs, ‘F’, ‘D’, ‘C’ and even ‘B-’ grade courses can be enrolled for improvement of grade.

Guidelines/Explanations:

Spring 2020 Semester Result Declared and Published

 Spring 2020 semester result has been declared and published. The students are advised to check their LMS Grade Books. 

NOTE:

1.     A student who wishes to get his/her paper(s) rechecked is advised to visit the Student Services section and request for Paper Rechecking on VULMS within the prescribed period. For details about Paper Rechecking rules and procedure, please visit 

http://handbook.vu.edu.pk/HandBook_Pages/RecheckingofPapers.htm

In case of any result related query, you may contact us by sending an email to result@vu.edu.pk

 

VU ACADEMIC CALENDAR (Fall 2020)

 VU ACADEMIC CALENDAR (Fall 2020)

ACADEMIC CALENDAR (Fall 2020)
DescriptionDayDate
Youm-e-Ashura (Holidays)*Saturday to SundayAugust 29 - 30, 2020
Option to Change of Study Program for existing StudentsFridaySeptember 18, 2020
Last Date to Apply for MS/M.Phil AdmissionsThursdayOctober 15, 2020
Course Selection Link Open for enrollment Fall 2020ThursdayOctober 22, 2020
Last Date to Apply for AdmissionsThursdayOctober 22, 2020
Last Date to apply for Course Exemption / Transfer of Course CreditsThursdayOctober 22, 2020
First Merit List For MS ProgramsTuesdayOctober 27, 2020
The last date to apply for the Change of Study Program for existing and newly admitted studentsThursdayOctober 29, 2020
Eid-Milad Un Nabi (Holiday)*FridayOctober 30, 2020
Commencement of Classes - Fall 2020MondayNovember 02, 2020
Orientation for newly admitted studentsMonday to FridayNovember 02 - 06, 2020
The last date to apply for semester unfreezeThursdayNovember 12, 2020
Last date for Course Selection to add/drop/replace course(s)ThursdayNovember 12, 2020
Last date to apply for a change of campusWednesdayDecember 02, 2020
Birthday of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (Holiday)FridayDecember 25, 2020
Mid-Term Exam - Fall 2020SaturdayDecember 26, 2020
Resumption of Classes after Mid-Term Exam (Fall 2020)MondayJanuary 11, 2021
Kashmir day (Holiday)FridayFebruary 05, 2021
Final-Term Exam - Fall 2020SaturdayFebruary 27, 2021
Pakistan Day (Holiday)TuesdayMarch 23, 2021
Final-Term Result Announcement - Fall 2020TuesdayMarch 30, 2021
Dates to Remember
The last date to apply for the Change of Study Program for existing and newly admitted studentsThursdayOctober 29, 2020
Commencement of Classes - Fall 2020MondayNovember 02, 2020
Last date for Course Selection to add/drop/replace course(s)ThursdayNovember 12, 2020
Mid-Term Exam - Fall 2020SaturdayDecember 26, 2020
Final-Term Exam - Fall 2020SaturdayFebruary 27, 2021
* Subject to the appearance of the moon

• The University reserves the right to make any change in Academic Calendar, as required.