Sindh medical colleges admissions 2012
Admissions to medical colleges to open on Sept 3
Karachi, Aug 09: The admission process in public sector medical colleges of Sindh will start on September 3 with the issuance of admission forms.
admissions will be given in accordance with the policy approved at a
meeting of the principals of medical colleges and vice-chancellors of
The last date of submission of
admission forms is September 17, while the written test will be
conducted simultaneously on October 7 and the final list of selected
candidates will be displayed on October 20.
start on November 1, 2012, at Dow Medical College, Sindh Medical
College, People's Medical College, G.M. Mahar, Chandka and Liaquat
Medical Colleges of Sindh.
A meeting, presided over by
Health Minister Dr Saghir Ahmed on Tuesday evening, decided to conduct
the tests at Karachi, Jamshoro, Hyderabad, Nawabshah, Sukkur, and
Larkana under a uniform policy. As per the decision there will be no
increase in fees.
According to the decision, four seats
have been reserved for the students of Gilgit-Baltistan on the request
of the chief minister of that province.
"plx mjhy yeh bta den k fedral k domicile walon k lyai kitni seats hain?"
City, Country: islamabad
"what is the procedure of admission for GB students
Name: ghulam mustafa
City, Country: karachi
"how many seats are avalible for punjab in people meducal college....please tell me
City, Country: lahore,pakistan
"if students having domicile of lahore can apply for entry test?How registration can procss from lahore for entry test for sindh medical colleges?
Name: Madiha Badar
City, Country: lahore
"how many seats r for punjab students in sindh
"kia dow or smu ke apptitude test ki timings bhi same hongi?
Name: MATHEW SOHAIL
"sir can you plz tell me how the students from lahore can apply and where we have to give the test
Name: sheher bano
City, Country:pakistan , lahore
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Primary school teachers jobs
Karachi: An international agreement bars the Sindh government from recruiting
certain candidates as primary school teachers, who despite having passed
the selection test, did not meet certain criterion, stated Senior
Education Minister Pir Mazharul Haq.
The minister was
replying to a question raised in the Sindh Assembly by PML-F's Nusrat
Abbasi on the status of 250 candidates, who camped outside the Karachi
Press Club for more than a month.
The protesters, who
suffered the wrath of the police water cannon on more than one occasion,
demanded their appointments and said that they had met the criterion
for getting a job by securing 60 percent marks in their tests held at
the Sindh University.
However, despite this, the candidates were not given jobs.
pointed out that only 6,500 of the 14,000 posts had been filled. The
demonstrators alleged that the candidates holding BEd or MEd degrees
were given preference and for primary school teachers, no such criterion
existed in the rules.
Haq explained that in the year
2007-8, the Sindh government and the World Bank signed an agreement of
$100 million. "There were four points in the agreement; the first was
teachers' recruitment, the second Rs1,000 stipend for girls, the third
provision of missing facilities in schools and the fourth free books and
bags for students."
Apart from this there were two other
conditions. "A female candidate was to be given 20 extra marks and if
the candidate had a graduation degree, then they would be given 10 extra
marks." The minister alleged that the previous government gave away
seats on scores of just 40 percent. "The result was that the World Bank
This year, the donor agreed to approve a
grant of Rs8 billion. "In accordance with it, 5,000 teachers were
recruited after the IBA Sukkur test and 8,000 more following the Sindh
The minister said that they could not
afford to recruit more teachers as it would cause a loss of Rs800
billion to the province.
"We have announced new vacancies
of 9,000 teachers. The protestors should apply for another test and if
they pass on merit, they will be hired," the minister said. He added
that this was the same reply that he gave to the Sindh High Court as
well. The news
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International Youth Day to be celebrated on Aug 12
Karachi: The Department of Youth Affairs, Government of Sindh, in
collaboration with Habib University Foundation (HUB) will organise an
event on August 12 at a local hotel to celebrate International Youth
Day. An announcement here on Wednesday said that the celebration of this
day was pioneered by the Youth Affairs Department and the Habib
University Foundation collaboratively, and has been held for four
consecutive years with great zeal. Syed Faisal Subzwari, Sindh Minister
for Youth Affairs, will be the chief guest of the event. The theme of
the day as declared by the UN is `Building a Better World: partnering
with Youth'. The event will engage young people in reflecting on their
key issues, and how they can overcome these challenges. The event will
also invite young achievers for acknowledgement of their talents and
efforts.Various youth projects being run by the Department of Youth
Affairs, will also be showcased to share the information and success
stories of these projects for youth development in Sindh. app
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Sindh University to set up campus in Thatta
Hyderabad: Vice Chancellor of the University of Sindh
Dr Nazir A Mughal has said that the provincial government has approved
Thatta campus of the university and allocated Rs400 million for it. He
asked the authorities concerned to finalise PC-1 by August 10 so that it
could be approved.
Addressing a prize distribution ceremony in Senate hall of the
Jamshoro campus, he lauded the role of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim
Ali Shah and minister for education Pir Mazharul Haq for approving the
establishment of a Sufi university in Matiari and a women university in
He said that education would be common because of these efforts and competition would emerge among universities.
He distributed Rs10,000 cheques among faculty members whose articles
had been published in different journals after July 2011. He urged
participants to increase number of publications.
He said the Sindh University has jumped to number 11 in publication
of such articles in the country and it ought to jump to top level next
Meanwhile, the VC has approved change of nomenclature of B.Com (Hons)
four-year programme into BS Commerce programme and MCom (Hons) as MS
He has re-designated the degree programmes on recommendation of a
meeting of Board of Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration on
PRO VC: The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has approved the
nomination of Pro-Vice Chancellor of Dadu campus of the university, Dr
Anwar Ali Shah G Syed, as supervisor for students doing PhD funded under
various HEC in-country scholarships programmes for three years. Dawn
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