Karachi higher secondary schools admissions plan
High school admission plan not yet issued
Karachi: A schedule of admission to first-year classes in government-run
higher secondary schools of the city has not yet been announced despite the fact
that the new academic year is set to commence on September 1.
to Class XI in both the government colleges and the city government's higher
secondary schools were given under the Centralised Admission Policy (CAP)
simultaneously till 2007 but from the following year, the higher secondary
schools were excluded from the purview of the CAP and the authority to grant
admissions to these schools was restored to their chiefs.
Though the CAP
committee - set up by the provincial education department to regulate admissions
to Class XI in the city's 123 government colleges - has already announced a
schedule of admissions to colleges and fixed Aug 22 as the last date for
submitting the forms, the EDO of education is yet to announce the admission
schedule for the higher secondary schools.
Meanwhile, the Board of
Intermediate Education Karachi has asked the EDO of education to inform the
board about an admission schedule and the deadline.
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Injured SPSF leader's death: Academic activities in SAU suspended
Hyderabad: Sindh Agriculture University of Tandojam suspended academic
activities, postponed ongoing examinations and closed hostels for an indefinite
period after the death of a student leader on Friday.
Niaz Ahmed Baloch
died in a private hospital of Karachi.
Some unidentified persons fired
at him and injured him seriously on Tuesday when he was waiting for a point-bus
at Meezan chowk, Hyderabad.
Due to his serious condition, he was shifted
to a private hospital in Karachi where he succumbed to his injuries on Friday
Heavy contingents of police and Rangers have been posted at the
campus to avoid any untoward incident.
A clash between two student
groups had taken place in Latif Library of the university a week ago over some
petty matter which led to the attack on Niaz Baloch.
here from Balochistan said Niaz Baloch was laid to rest on Friday evening in his
ancestral graveyard at Dera Murad Jamali.
A large number of PPP leaders
from Balochistan and Sindh, including central president of the SPSF Sohrab Mari,
Larkana division president Sharif Mirani, president SPSF Agriculture University,
Zohaib Mari, and others attended his funeral.
The SPSF has announced a
seven-day mourning for him. Black flags were hoisted at the agriculture
Reports from Tandojam said shops remained closed in protest
against police raid on the house of JSSF central president Habib Bhutto. Dawn
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