Aga Khan University Examination Board (AKU-EB) HSSC results
AKU-EB announces HSSC Part-I results
Karachi, Aug 07, 2008: More than 76 per cent candidates succeeded in Higher Secondary
School Certificates (HSSC) Part I annual examinations held under the Aga Khan
University Examination Board (AKU-EB), a press release said on
According to details the first batch of candidates took their
examinations at 11 locations across Pakistan. A total of 10.39 per cent of
candidates gained grade A-One, 26.49 per cent passed in A grade and 31.43 per
cent obtained B grade in the exams held in May 2008. The overall pass percentage
remained 76.36 per cent.
It was further stated that the AKU-EB used an
electronic marking system to check the papers, which protects the candidate
against possible errors on the examiners' part. The process also helps provide
feedback on candidate's performance question by question and school by school as
The examinations were conducted in both English and Urdu. Listening
skills were assessed in both languages while practical exams were conducted in
four different subjects. The electronic marking and tabulation of results
provided quality assurance to the colleges. The News
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Private schools -vs- Cantonment Board Faisal
Karachi: The multi-faceted education
system in Pakistan is ruining the learning capabilities of students, said
Private School Management Association (PSMA) Chairman Sharafuz Zaman on Wednesday.
"Different authorities have been
threatening the private schools system of the city, without realizing that these
private schools share more than 60 percent of the burden of education," said
Zaman. While addressing a press conference, he informed the media that the
Cantonment Board Faisal (CBF) recently issued notices (Letter No.
CBF-9/Notice/G.Jauhar/Genl/5055 dated: July 19, 2008) to private schools of
Gulistan-e-Jauhar. The schools were told to either to register their buildings
as commercial properties with the CBF or face closure, after the recent
promulgation of the CBF Building By-Laws, 119 of 2008.
"If the CBF does not
withdraw the notices, then the PSMA will be compelled to close all schools
within the CBF jurisdiction and all over the city," he said. Sindh Private
Schools Management Association Chairman Khalid Shah said that the
CBF measures posed a major threat to private school operators and could not be
ignored. "We fully support the PSMA and will support them in any matter related
to the future of private schools. If the notices are not withdrawn, no school
belonging to the private sector will remain open and the CBF will be responsible
for the closure," said Shah.
Zaman claimed that the notices at the start of
the new academic year was a planned move. "The CBF has cautioned all the schools
to stop the use of their buildings within 7 days after the issuance of the
notices, stating that the buildings would be confiscated in favor of the CBF if
the directives were not followed. Private schools have invested money and time
to provide quality education to Pakistani children but these same institutions
are shackled down with taxes and notices," said Zaman.
He said that the PSMA
has held a meeting with CBF executives who had relatively more flexible
attitudes regarding the matter and requested the schools to approach the CBF for
registration of their buildings. However, he added that the CBF had sole
discretion to accept or refuse any application.
"It is ridiculous that
schools that were established 20 years ago, are being issued notices now. The
CBF has enforced By-Laws 119 of 2008 without taking the stakeholders into
confidence, although, it is already generating huge revenue in taxes," said
The PSMA chairman said that all private schools of the city were
directly under the authority of the Sindh Education Ministry and are registered
with Board of Secondary Education, while many other boards are also conducting
exams in the Gulistan-e-Jauhar area. Zaman claimed that the Sindh Education
Ministry had no objections over the condition of the school buildings or whether
they were residential or commercial.
There are approximately 600 private
schools in Gulistan-e-Jauhar alone, with more than 65,000 students. The number
of private schools within the jurisdiction of CBF is more than 300 and the CBF
collects Rs 7,000 per year from each school, which adds up to Rs 21,00,000. The
rate of taxes levied by the CBF is higher than rates approved by the City
District Government Karachi. Daily Times
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No change of subject & examination centres at KU
Karachi: The controller of examinations, University of Karachi (KU), has informed the prospective KU
students that they would face cancellation of their papers if they changed their
examination centres without prior permission of their respective departments.
Furthermore, the unauthorised change of subject by students will be punished by
charging Rs1,000 per subject. Maqsood Hussain, controller of examinations, said that the examination department was taking
these steps to curb the culture of corruption by the officials and the students
and more steps would be taken in future. The News
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MUET signs MoU with UK university
Hyderabad: A delegation of University of Southampton, UK,
including Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Alistair Fitt and Madam Jo Nesbitt,
deputy head of the international office and regional director, visited the
Mehran University of Engineering and Technology on Wednesday and signed an MoU
for exchange of scientific, academic and technical information between the two
It also includes academic exchanges, mutual visits of
faculty and school members to pursue research and to deliver lecture, and
student exchanges on a reciprocal basis.
In his presentation MUET
Vice-Chancellor Dr Abdul Qadeer Khan Rajput highlighted the achievements of MUET
and said that the University of Southampton is one of the top 10 research
universities in UK and has achieved high scores consistently for its teaching
and learning activities.
The University of Southampton, he said, is a
truly international institution with a global reputation for excellence in
leading-edge research and it is an honour for MUET to work with one of the UK's
Professor Fitt appreciated efforts of MUET for
signing MOU and said that many goals and objectives, including identifying
opportunities for exchanges, cooperation, joint research and development in
disciplines of mutual interest can be achieved under this international
The university has more than 20 academic schools
which are organised into three faculties he said and added that it offers more
than 300 courses at under-graduate and post-graduate levels. To implement the
collaborative activities envisaged under the MoU, he said, representatives of
the University of Southampton and MUET will meet periodically to negotiate and
conclude project agreements and programmes of cooperation.
University of Sindh Vice-Chancellor Mazharul Haq Siddiqui has called upon
scholars of biotechnology and genetic engineering to focus their research on
resolving the problems of agriculture, industry and health sectors so that
society can benefit from the emerging discipline.
He was speaking at the
final PhD seminar of research scholar Asghar Ali on "isolation, purification and
characterisation of proteases from cotton seeds on Wednesday. The seminar was
attended by a large number of scientists from departments of faculty of natural
sciences and research scholars engaged in research on various science
disciplines in the university. Dawn
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