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ISL201 Final Term Exam Syllabus and Tips 2017

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ISL201 Final Term Exam Syllabus and Tips:

Today i am going to share with you ISL201 Tips and Final term Exam Syllabus. 
Almost 70% paper will be comprised on 9 to 16 lectures and 30% on 1 to 8 lectures.

Listen lectures very carefully and note down each point for the preparation of MCQs.

Note down the translation of verses which are included in handouts and video lectures.

Read handouts and write down each point for the preparation of MCQs and subjective questions of 3 and 5 marks.

You should also prepare the following type questions:
Define the given term like prayer, oneness of Allah, zakat, fast, honesty, brotherhood, universal brotherhood, society, obedience, worship, etiquettes, knowledge, information and morality etc. 

“Explain the following verse”

“Explain the following hadith”
“Give a verse or verses (translation) on the following topic” like importance of education, anger, importance of prayer or fast, truthfulness, obedience of parents, honesty, brotherhood and oneness of Allah etc.
“Give one or two hadith (translation) on the above mentioned topic”
“Translate the following verse or verses”
Note down the translation of different verse which are included in handouts.
Translation of verses and hadith is enough, Arabic text is not required.
Note: You can attempt paper of ISL201 in Urdu, English or roman Urdu (like ap ka kea haal h). But MCQs can attempt only in English.
Try to give answer in the form of points (it is depend on the nature of question). 
Most of the questions of three marks required three points and five points are required for 5 marks questions.

Paper will be comprised of MCQs and descriptive questions of 3 and 5 marks.

ISL 201 Overall grading scheme: 

Assignments: 5%
Quizzes: 5%
GDB: 5%
Midterm: 35%
Final term: 50%

You Can Also Download Solved Final Term Papers, Short Notes, Assignment Solutions, Lecture Wise Questions Answers Files, Solved MCQs, Solved Quiz , Solved Final Term Subjective Papers , Solved Final Term Objective Papers from Virtual Study Solutions For Preparation of Final Term Papers.

You should Also Read: All Final term Paper Solved By Moaaz

ISL201 Final term Paper Download Links

FAQ's of ISL201 - Islamic Studies.pdf 159 KB
ISL201_Final_Term subjective.pdf 203 KB
Glossry of ISL201 - Islamic Studies.pdf 156 KB 
Good Luck for Final Term Exams. 

CS201 VIVA Preparation Helping Material

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CS201 VIVA Preparation

Here You can Download Some Definitions and Helping material for CS201 VIVA Preparation for semester Fall 2016.

Also Read : CS201 Latest Solved MCQs For Final Term Papers

CS201 Some Definitions and Helping material for Viva

1. What is a program?
A program is a precise sequence of steps to solve a particular problem.

2. What is a class?
We write a C++ program using data members, and functions. We call this program “class”. 

3. What are data members?
The data members, functions and nested classes are called class members.

4. What is class layout?
The way in which data class members are arranged in a class object is called class layout.

5. What is class template?
A template is used for generating class types.

6. What is comment in Programing language?
Comments are used to explain the functioning of the programs. It helps to understand the code. C style of commenting is /*……..*/ also used in C++. And new line oriented C++ style is //………

7. What is a constructor?
A constructor initializes the data member of an object in the scope. It has no return type, and has the same name as class. We use many types of constructor by overloading them. 

Types of constructor:

  • Default constructor/compiler generated constructor 
  • Simple constructor (takes no arguments) 
  • Parameterized constructor (takes arguments) 
  • Constructor overloading 
  • Copy constructor 
8. What is destructor?
A function called when a class object goes out of scope. It cleans up the object, freeing resources like dynamic storage. The name of the destructor is the same as that of a class with preceding tilde sign (~). It could not be overloaded. It has no return type, and takes no argument.

9. Define #include?
The #include directive instructs the preprocessor to read and include a file into a source code file. The file name is typically enclosed with <…..> if the file is a system provided file, or in quotes “….” if the file is user provided.

10.For which purpose we use cout?
If we want to print something on the screen we use cout (Output stream) for this purpose.

CS201 Helping Material for Viva Preparation


CS201-finalterm solved mcqs with ref. by Moaaz and Asad.pdf, 2.3 MB


CS201-2008_solved.doc, 79 KB
CS201 2010.doc, 81 KB
CS201 - Final Term Papers 03.pdf, 91 KB


CS201 - Final Term Papers 08.pdf, 101 KB
CS201 - Final Term Papers 09.pdf, 119 KB
CS201 - Final Term Papers 12.pdf, 116 KB


CS201 - Subjective Questions 02.pdf, 61 KB
CS201 curent subjective solved.pdf, 219 KB


How to make a Assignment - Instructions and Help

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How to make a Assignment.

Dear Virtual University Students, Here is the Complete tutorial with Step by Step instructions on how to Make a Assignment. Preparation of Assignments is a creative art and asks the student put all energies to resolve the problems based on knowledge she/he got during last sessions.
Assignment should be in your own wordings not copied from internet, handouts or books.
Also Read: Virtual University (VU) Exams Pattern

Follow Steps to Make a Assignment

Here are some Steps involved in making a good Assignment
  • Understand The Question
  • Set Solution Time period
  • Collect Relative Information and Data
  • Make First Draft of Solution
  • Recheck & Make Second Draft
  • Make Final Draft
Also Read:  How To Solve MCQs Fast With Maximum Correct Answers

How to Make a Assignment - Instructions

Please, follow the Given steps for making a Good Assignment.
  • Download the Assignment file from VULMS.
  • Read the instructions carefully and also check the format of file in which you have to submit the assignment. Like in ENG, MGT, PAK it is (.doc or .docx format) i.e. MS word default format. While for CS it is .html format. Make sure you are submitting the file of required format.(It may change according to the subjects better read the instructions carefully first).
  • Duplicate the assignment file by Copy, Paste. & If it is PDF file then make a new word file in .doc or .docx format or any other which is given in instruction .
  • Now open the duplicate file and edit it Or if new then make it according to the given steps.
  • While Editing first remove the Instruction from the top.
  • Now on Top add heading e.g. if it is English Assignment then write (ENG101 Fall 2016 Assignment 2 or CS101 Fall 2016 Assignment 2).
  • After adding the heading go down and on right or Left corner write your student ID followed by Date on other corner.
  • After completing all these steps now answer each question respectively. Write the answers under the Questions and make the questions bold so they can be easily recognized.
  • After completing the assignment Save It and rename it to your subject and assignment no. along with student ID. Like: ( ENG101 Assignment 1 Fall 2016 (BCxxxxxx).
  • Check it twice thrice after completion for any errors or corrections.
  • After checking if you are confident that it is correct submit it on VULMS. And Try to complete and submit it before due date. Because after due date no assignment will be accepted.
  • Before submitting make sure that file is not corrupted and is 100% zoomed. 
  • For submitting go to the Assignment section of the subject. Click on Submit, browse and upload the file.
  • After your assignment is submitted it will show a message to you that your assignment/file has been submitted successfully. If not it will show an error that your file has not been submitted, In this case try submitting again.
  • Deadlines for submission must be strictly Noticed. Late assignments are not accepted since the Virtual University already makes an allowance for infrastructure problems such as power loss etc.

You Can Also Download Solved Mid Term Papers, Short Notes, Assignment Solutions, Lecture Wise Questions Answers Files, Solved MCQs, Solved Quiz , Solved Mid Term Subjective Papers , Solved Mid Term Objective Papers From This Discussion For Preparation Mid Term Papers of Fall 2015-16.

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Download MATH Type Software for VU Students

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Download MATH Type Software for VU Students:

Virtual university (VU) students can now facilitate by downloading Math Type 5 software and student.Welcome to virtual university (VU) software download services.
Student often feel difficulty to write math equation of word document. By downlaoding Math Type they can easily type math equations.

Download Math Type from here

Click here to Download

don't try to choose trail version.Use this key,

Serial Key : MTWE691-011084-r0xyl

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How to Insert Math Equations in GDB

  1. To insert math equations in GDB answer, following are the guidelines:- 1. User must install Math Type software to generate the various math equations. 2. Launch the Math Type and go to the Preferences Tab in menu bar and click on “Cut and Copy Preferences” and match the settings as per given below screenshot and click “Ok”.
  2. Note: In previous versions of Math Type, go to Preferences Tab in menu bar and click on “Translators” and match the settings as per given below screenshot and click “Ok”
  3. Now generate required math equation, and simply copy it by pressing (Ctrl+C). It will copy Math Equation Script instead of actual equation, if step 2 is properly followed.
  4. After copying Equation from Math Type, simply paste the equation script into GDB answer interface in VULMS and press “Post Message” button. 
  5. Verify Math type GDB answer and its details from the given interface in VULMS under GDB section.  

VU Course Selection - Rules and Procedure

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Virtual University pf Pakistan (VU) Course Selection Open for Existing Students. It is a Announcement for Virtual University Students of Fall 2016 Semester Course Selection.

VU Course Selection Rules:

  • Students enrolled in the first semester of their study programme are given pre-selected courses; all other students may select their own courses subject to their scheme of studies and the limitations prescribed in the rules below.
  • The credit hour limits are as below:
  1. For the first and second semesters a maximum of 18 credit hours are allowed
  2. For the third semester a maximum of 21 credit hours are allowed
  3. For the fourth and any extra subsequent semesters a maximum of 21 credit hours are allowed; however, if the degree programme would be completed in that semester, a maximum of 27 credit hours are allowed.
  • Students taking less than the course load prescribed by their scheme of studies will require extra semesters to complete the curriculum; in such cases they will also have to bear the additional cost.
  • During a study program, students may attempt to improve a ‘D’ grade course only once.

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VU Course Selection Procedure:

  1. In order to select your courses, follow the steps below:
  2. From within the LMS, click the Student Services button
  3. Click on the Course Selection link
  4. Give preference to ‘F’ grade course(s) and the improvement of ‘D’ grades where possible
  5. Click the check boxes to select courses
  6. Save the selection
  7. You may make changes in course selection any number of times before the last date to add, drop or replace course(s).

Improvement of ‘D’ Grade Papers:

  1. In any of the subsequent semesters a student may repeat once, those courses of the previous semester(s) in which he/she had secured the lowest grade i.e. “D” only. However, a student is not allowed to improve ‘D’ grade of a deficiency course qualified.
  2. Any improved grade will substitute “F” and “D” grades of the previous Semester for calculating CGPA but “F” and “D” grades will form part of the transcript.

VU Course Selection Open - Guideline and Help

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Course Selection Open - Guideline and Help

It is a Announcement for Virtual University Students of Fall 2016 Semester Course Selection.Virtual University of Pakistan (VU) Spring 2016 Course Selection link has opened. Students enrolled in the first semester of their study program are given pre-selected courses; all other students may select their own courses subject 

(Semester/ Classes Commencement Date: Monday, 24th October, 2016)

The link for “Course Selection” will be active/ available w.e.f. Tuesday, 4th October, 2016 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, 3rd November, 2016.

Course Selection Open - Guideline and Help

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How to Open VULMS with TOR browser (No Proxy)

Important Notes:

  • Newly admitted students, enrolled in the 1st semester of their respective study program, are given pre-selected courses. However, they have an option to reduce course load by dropping course(s) using above mentioned course selection link.
  • 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 and a fine will also be imposed under “Semester Freeze Rules 2012”.
  • Course/ work load (Credit Hours) limits have been prescribed and published separately for each study program in “Course Selection Rules” in side “Student Handbook”. Students must read the rules carefully before making their course selection for the current semester.


  • 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). 
  • Course/work load can be increased or reduced within prescribed limits for each semester according to availability of time which a student can dedicate to the studies. Therefore, the work load may vary from student to student in a semester.
  • 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 except for those students who may be granted course exemptions.
  • Students struggling with their CGPA are advised to reduce their course/ work load so that they can give more concentration to each enrolled course which will eventually result in better CGPA.
    1. Course Pre-requisite rule requires enrollment and qualifying of basic/Introductory courses before an advanced level course in the series may be selected/ enrolled. Therefore, said rule must be followed and given due care while making course selection.
    2. 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.
    3. Grade Improvement Policy encourages the students to repeat ‘F’ or ‘D’ grade courses, if any, on priority basis in following semester(s) whereas 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.


    • Qualified “D” grade course(s) can be repeated for improvement only once during the entire study program. In case of MS/ MPhil program, the same rule applies on courses qualified with ‘D’, ‘C’ and ‘B-’ grades.
    • Failed course(s) can be repeated until qualified.
    • Improved/better grade of a course will substitute/replace the previous/lower grade and eventually increase the CGPA. However, in case of non-improvement of grade, the previous better grade will stand and counted towards CGPA calculation.
    1. A student who fails to achieve the required CGPA for award of diploma/degree upon completion of entire prescribed course work of a study program may be allowed to repeat once the course(s) of the previous semesters in which s/he had obtained the low grade (i.e. ‘C’ or ‘D’) in order to achieve the minimum CGPA required for the award of diploma/degree, failing which s/he shall cease to be on the rolls of the University.
    2. Once Fee voucher issued after due date shall not be revised.


    I hereby acknowledge that I have read and completely understood the above rules and guidelines including course selection, scholarship and Semester Freeze rules etc. I understand that I shall be responsible for the consequence of violation of said rules and thus promise to abide by the rules framed by the University time to time.

    Note: Students having issues or seeking guidance regarding course selection may e-mail to:
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