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HSC Annual Examinations 2009 | NED old campus renovation

BIEK annual exams start from 28th
Karachi, April 16: The officials of the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) contacted the authorities concerned for foolproof arrangements for the HSC Annual Examinations 2009, stated BIEK Chairman Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai on Wednesday.

The HSC Science, Computer Science and Home Economics Groups' annual examinations will commence from April 28, while the HSC Commerce Group's annual examinations will start from May 2.

The BIEK officials contacted the Rangers, police, Home, Education and Information Departments for foolproof arrangements for these examinations. The Rangers Director General, Police DIG and CDGK were also approached for the possible imposition of Section 144 within the jurisdiction of the examination centres and the closure of the nearby photocopy shops.

The Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) has also been requested to avoid load shedding at the examination centres. App

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NED completes renovation of old campus
Karachi: NED University of Engineering & Technology has renovated its old campus according to the specification of the Sindh Department of Culture and Heritage, and Governor Sindh Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad will inaugurate the building on Friday (tomorrow).

Registrar NED, Engineer Javed Aziz Khan said that his university had taken several pains to restore the building to its past glory without adding anything that could be an eyesore to the aesthetic taste of the students, teachers and visitors. "We have used building material that conformed to the heritage standards and restored the building without compromising on its actual architecture. We have used cement and lime as it was used when the building was built," Khan elaborated.

The old campus of NED houses Architecture and Planning Department, a five-year course that is highly popular among the students who prefer to study the programme to learn the finesse of architecture.

Khan refuted the allegations from certain quarters that the building was not used in a proper manner and said that the contributions of the NED Architecture and Planning Department are well-known. It had obtained an important milestone by getting Shikarpur Heritage City declared as an important site by the World Monument Fund.

He further said that the department's works in Karachi's urban planning, infrastructure and built environment are appreciated locally and abroad. It has produced worthwhile research publications, including the only peer reviewed journal of architecture in Pakistan. In the domains of heritage, it has been declared the brand office of UNESCO (University and Heritage Programme). It is also the national secretariat of the International Council of Monuments and Sites.

The NED Architecture Department has also undertaken many monitoring and instruction exercises from the standpoint of professional validity and public interest. The Karachi Elevated Expressway, Lyari Expressway, Karachi Development Plan 2030, Resettlement Schemes and many other schemes were coordinated by the NED Department, he concluded. The News


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SU told to remove flaws in model paper
Karachi: Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah has taken serious notice of a news item that appeared in the press regarding the flaws in a model paper and the non-delivery of admit cards to a few prospective candidates till date.

A spokesman for the education department said that the authorities of the University of Sindh (SU) have been advised to remove all flaws from the model test paper and ensure that admit cards should be delivered to all prospective candidates in time. He further said that the process of the recruitment of PST, JST and HST has been started and the contract regarding the conducting of the entry test of candidates has been awarded to the SU after completion of all formalities. ppi


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Hike in school fees resented
Hyderabad: The parents of students of a private school have criticised the school administration for imposing unrealistically high tuition fees, and appealed to the district administration and the Sindh education ministry to order an investigation into the school affairs and expulsion of the children of protesting parents.

Arif Chohan, Razzaq Soomro and other members of the Royal Cambridge Parents Association told a news conference that the school management was fleecing the parents of students on different pretexts and regularly increasing tuition fees at will. Dawn

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'Libraries to get CCTV systems'
Karachi: The Sindh department of culture and tourism will install modern security systems and close-circuit television cameras at all of the province's central libraries and tourist attractions, Sindh Culture and Tourism Minister Sassui Palejo has announced.

Ms Palejo was speaking while chairing the final session of a two-day meeting held to review the performance of the department over the last year. During the meeting, officers in charge of various sections of the department provided details regarding the performance of their sections.

The minister said that in order to avoid the occurrence of any untoward incidents, citizens would not be allowed to bring weapons into the department's central libraries, and a system would be put in place in order to block 'inappropriate' websites on the libraries' computers. She said a proposal in this regard was under consideration.

Ms Palejo said the objective of the new policies was to provide a friendly and inviting environment for visiting poets, writers, teachers, students and journalists.

She added that a "modern card system" would also be introduced at the culture department's libraries.

At the meeting, the minister was informed that the department had organised 72 cultural programmes last year, while 27 had been organised in the year before that.

Events that were highlighted include programmes for the anniversary of noted singer Zarina Baluch, an All Pakistan Sindhi-Urdu Mushaira, exhibitions of pictures in five major cities on the occasion of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto's death anniversary, the inaugural All Pakistan Literary Conference and the establishment of the Freedom Fighters Gallery at the Sindh Museum.

Ms Palejo asserted that the culture department used to publish three books on noted personalities every year, and that the present government had published 16 books during its one year in office.

She added that the government had also regularised the services of 59 ad-hoc employees of her department, and employees whose services had been terminated would be restored after they pass a qualifying test, as directed by the court.

She said that research activities at the department had been expanded and chairs had been established in various universities in the names of prominent personalities.

She added that steps had been taken for the welfare of artists, including helping to pay for medical treatment and provision of stipends. App


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