BISE Mirpurkhas SSC exam results 2011
Girls outshine boys in SSC examinations
Mirpurkhas, Aug 08: Girls have clinched three top positions in the examination of Secondary School
Certificate, science group, the results of which were announced by the Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education, Mirpurkhas, on Saturday.
Marvi of Government Higher Secondary Schol, Berani, secured first position by
obtaining 815 marks, Hira Aziz of Little Folks Higher Secondary School,
Mirpurkhas, stood second with 811 marks and third position went to Arooba Mariam
of Pakistan Rangers' Public School, Khipro, who obtained 809 marks.
A total of 24,203 candidates appeared in the examination out of whom 21,726
were declared unsuccessful.
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Shikarpur: The new campus of the
Shah Abdul Latif University in Shikarpur will start functioning this month and
start admission in the first week of September, according to Vice-Chancellor Dr
She said during a visit to the campus building that admission to commerce,
business administration, IT and computer science would begin in the first week
of September and students from Shikarpur, Jacobabad, Kashmore-Kandhkot, Larkana
and Qambar-Shahdadkot districts would be eligible. Eighty seats had been
reserved for each subject, she said. Dawn
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College placement forms available from tomorrow
Karachi: The process of selling of placement forms for admission in six faculties including
Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medical, Computer Science, Commerce, Humanities, and Home
Economics in 132 public-run colleges (67 male and 65 female) and 24 Higher
Secondary Schools (12 male and 12 female) would start from Tuesday (tomorrow),
Chairman, Centralised Admission Policy (CAP) Committee-2011, Prof Dr Nasir Ansar
said on Sunday.
The prices of the CAP brochure have been increased to
Rs60 whereas last year the forms were sold at Rs50. The process of selling and
submission of CAP brochure would be carried out at 41 branches of Allied Bank
According to the chairman of the CPA Committee, the last date
of selling and submission of placement forms is August 20. However, this is
tentative deadline as the distribution of marks sheet to the students of
matriculation has been in progress. In case, there is any requirement to extend
the last date of submission of forms, the students would be informed, he
At least 100,015 seats would be available in six different
faculties/categories, including Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medical, Computer Science,
Commerce, Humanities, and Home Economics. Meanwhile, the number of seats could
be increased in the colleges, if required, he added.
In the faculty of
Pre-Engineering 15,250 seats have been allocated for male students whereas 8,580
female students would be able to get admissions in Pre-Engineering colleges of
the city, Prof Ansar said.
As much as 5,740 male students could apply in
the Pre-Medical category while 11,095 female students would have chances to
enrol at Pre-Medical colleges. In the faculty of Computer Science, 800 seats for
male and 700 for female students are available, he further said.
Committee has decided to offer 5,400 seats to male and 17,380 seats to female
students in the Humanities Group. Furthermore, 600 female students would likely
get admissions in the Home Economics faculty, he added.
On the other
hand, 20,300 seats for the male and 14,170 seats for the female students would
be offered in the category of Commerce. This would be the highest number of
seats in any category, the chairman CAP Committee mentioned.
students are directed to submit their forms at the designated branches (names
and location of the branches are mentioned in the brochure) along with required
documents. The candidates, who have passed matriculation examinations from
Karachi Board, would only attach admit card of their matriculation examination.
The students of O Level would attach two copies of their mark sheet of all
subjects and students appeared in exams of technical boards should attach mark
sheet of Class IX and X. The CAP Committee has decided that all colleges would
act as guidance centres for the students.
According to CAP record, last
year total 77,000 placements were made for admissions in government colleges of
Karachi in different faculties and the sell of brochures was around
As per CAP calculations, total 1, 13, 716 students have passed
their matriculation examination this year including 20, 171 students in Arts
Group and 93, 545 in Science Group.
Meanwhile, the CAP Committee is also
expecting approximately 5,000 candidates from O' Level and different examination
boards other than Karachi Board including the students from technical board and
those students who could not take/get admission last year for any valid
As previous years, two per cent quota for girls' students with
co-education and two per cent quota for disabled candidates have been allocated
in the colleges. The Chairman CAP Committee has announced that one per cent
quota for sports are reserved for the students who participated in
National/Provincial or District level (Certificates required) in the 10 colleges
(five male and five female colleges). The female students could apply on sports
quota at Government Degree Girls College, Pak Colony, Government Degree Girls
College, Baldia Town, Saeedabad, Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Govt Girls
College, Azam Basti, Government Girls College, Landhi Mill Area, and Government
Degree Girls College Ibrahim Hyderi.
Meanwhile, Government Degree Boys
College Jungle Shah, Keamari, Government Degree Boys College, Konkar Gadap,
Government Degree Boys College, KMC Store Nishter Road, S.M Arts and Commerce
College, and Government Degree Boys College, Metroville, No 3, Site, have
reserved seats on sports quota for male students.
This year, 14 claim
centres have been established including eight for female and six for male
candidates. Sir Syed Govt Girls College, Nazimabad, Chowrangi, Govt College for
Women, Korangi-4, Khursheed Govt Girls College, Shah Faisal Colony, BAMM PECHS
Govt College for Women, Nursery, Shaheed-e-Millat Govt Girls College, Azizabad,
Yasinabad, Govt College for Women, Shahrah-e-Liaquat, Govt Degree Science and
Commerce College, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Block-7 and Govt Girls Inter College, Moosa
Lane Lyari, Karachi are the claim centres for female students.
other hand, Adamjee Govt Science College, Guru Mandir, Govt Superior Science
College, Shah Faisal Colony, D.J Sindh Government Science College, Pakistan
Chowk, and others are claim centres for male students.
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SSUET students win award for making a solar vehicle
Karachi: A group of students of the Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) have
developed a 'solar vehicle', which won the second prize in the recent projects'
exhibition "Karachi Oasis of Harmony".
The exhibition was organised by
the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry at the Expo Centre, a press release
issued here on Sunday said.
The group comprised Fahd Khan, Syeda Bibi
Kudbano, Farhan Saeed, Asad Saeed, Shafiq Ahmed and Habib Shaukat of Electronic
Engineering final year was also awarded a cash prize of Rs300,000, a
spokesperson for the SSUET said.
The students gave a demonstration of
their solar vehicle to the vice chancellor of SSUET, ZA Nizami, on the
He was highly appreciative of the feat performed
and the skill exhibited by the students. He offered them more facilities and
funds for producing such innovative projects in days to come.
described the production of solar-run vehicles as the need of the hour with fuel
process continuously going up. "This innovative project of SSUET students could
be effectively utilised in the commercial sector."
The design of a solar
car was severely limited by the amount of energy input into the car and it had
the capacity of two persons with a speed of 40 kilometres per hour, the
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Education activity severely affected in violence-hit areas
Karachi: July's violence in Karachi has greatly affected the education of those living in the
affected areas, as a social worker claimed that around 30,000 students in Kati
Pahari and adjoining areas have stopped going to schools.
press conference at Karachi Press Club on Saturday, an activist Abdul Waheed
Khan said that in the backdrop of the violent situation, thousands of children
and around 700 teachers have stopped going to schools. "Moreover, teachers are
being stopped from performing their duties owing to their ethnic backgrounds.
Why is education being targeted?" he said with tears in his eyes.
occasion, Concerned Citizens Forum (CCF), comprising around 65 NGOs, presented
their five-point demands to the President and the Prime Minister. Karamat Ali of
PILER read out the demands that called for imposing permanent ban on strikes,
restricting the rallies of political parties to specific areas barring major
thoroughfares, imposing ban on display of weapons by political workers who
should not resort to violence and declaring wall chalking inciting hatred as
illegal, besides all political parties should be required to identify miscreants
in their folds and take appropriate action against them.
from the CCF core committee said: "It is unfortunate that those who are in power
are either killing others or becoming victims themselves, as the killing of 360
people in July is an alarming situation that has surpassed the situation in
volatile countries like Iraq and Afghanistan".
President Karachi Bar
Association Muhammad Aqil said that 11 lawyers had been targeted since the
beginning of the year, with four falling victims to targeted killing in July
alone. "Every killing is condemnable and every citizen is asking today where the
government is," he said.
Dr Shershah Syed lambasted the government,
saying this regime was solely responsible for the ongoing violence in the city.
"If the government wants to restore law and order in Karachi, it can easily do
so and only regime has to be blamed for all the murders and killings taking
place in the city," he added
Samrina Hashmi of Pakistan Medical
Association said that the current situation was leading to the brain drain of
doctors and businessmen as a number of them have already moved
"The doctors we train for years are packing up their bags and
leaving the country and this situation requires the government to enforce its
writ." She called for doing away with political interference at hospitals and
said that pictures of leaders should be removed from there.
said that concrete efforts have to be made to save the country, adding, the
civil society was embarking on "Karachi ko bachao" campaign.
writer Fatima Surayya Bajia pledged to fight against the "clever" people who
were out to destroy the peace of the city. She recalled the riots in Aligarh
Colony where she saw the human bodies hanging in the area.
of the Citizens for Democracy warned that if political parties did not mend
their ways then the people would ultimately lose hope in democracy and look for
other options. The news
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