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KU extends admission form date
Karachi, Aug 09: The University of Karachi on Tuesday extended the date for submission of admission forms for master's and diploma programs.

According to the admissions director, Prof Khalid Iraqi, applicants who have either not submitted or acquired admission forms yet can submit them by August 6.

New entry test date
The KU announced a new date for entry tests of MBA Banking (evening shift). The postponed entry test will be conducted on August 10. The admission list will be uploaded on the official website on August 13.

Admission cancelled
The admission of a student was cancelled by the KU admissions director after he was found guilty of submitting a forged intermediate mark sheet.

Talib Tuaha Ahmed son of Tuaha Memon Ahmed was accepted in the BS Honors Public Administration (evening program). His mark sheet, bearing form number 154689, was declared fake after it was sent for verification to the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi.

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Exam malpractices ended, claims KU controller
Karachi: There has been a clear reduction in malpractices in examination such as undue changes in markings and plagiarism, according to the controller of examinations at the University of Karachi (KU).

Dr Muhammed Arshad Azmi told PPI that now nobody can acquire issued marks sheet or degree from the University of Karachi illegally. In the past the involvement of concerned staff could not be ruled out over exam malpractices and some people even tried to influence him through political parties.

However now people who approached him were politely refused. Furthermore, strict action has been taken during exams and hundreds of students were caught red handed and fined for cheating.

He rejected the notion that KU required money to counter such malpractices and these are rumors spread by disgruntled students.

Already students fees for exams cannot meet the requirements of the university expenditures which are more than Rs200 million.

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SSP East to probe KU director's arrest
Karachi: The Sindh High Court on Friday appointed the SSP East as inquiry officer to investigate the arrest a Karachi University director, who was later released on bail, and submit a report by August 8.

The court was hearing the application of Asif Mukhtar against the arrest of his colleague, KU's Director Finance Qazi Zafar Abbas, by the Gulshan-e-Iqbal police. The court was informed by the police officer that Zafar Abbas was arrested in connection with a theft case registered by the Sohrab Goth police station in 2013 on the complaint of a woman.

The police submitted that the judicial magistrate Malir had issued non-bailable warrants against Abbas. The court inquired from the police officer as to why the police took more than one year to execute the arrest warrants despite Abbas performing his duties at the KU, and directed the SSP Investigation to inquire the incident and submit report by August 8.

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Girls bag top positions in matric exams
Karachi: Girls outshined boys by bagging the top positions as well as twice as many A-1 grades in the matriculation exams results announced on Friday.

In the science group, as many as 8,703 (9.2 percent) students got through with the A-1 grade. Around 23.8 percent obtained the A-grade, followed by 31.7 percent and 25.7 percent, who secured B and C grades, respectively, according to the figures released by Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) exam controller Noman Ahsan.

Another 9.1 percent managed to scrape through with a D grade.

A total of 135,031 students had registered out of which 69.7 percent passed the exams as compared to about 71 percent last year. The exams were held earlier this year in March

Marwa Tanveer, a student of Usman Public School, bagged the top position with 796 marks out of a total of 850 (93.6 percent).

The second position was shared by Mahnoor Rehman of the Usman Public School and Muhammad Anas Ghani of the Metropolitan Academy, both of whom secured 789 marks (92.9 percent).

Saad Khalid of the Kulsoom Bai Valika Civil Aviation Authority Model School bagged the third position with 785 marks of 92.3 percent.

The BSEK also organised a ceremony to award high achievers. The position holders remarked that the board should change its examination pattern, stop repeating questions and focus on text books to cover curriculum.

BSEK Chairman Fasihuddin Khan agreed and said the board did indeed need to change how it tested students in exams.

Marks certificates will be issued to the schools within 15 days.

General group

Out of the total 26,245 students who took the exams for the general group, 206 students passed with an A-1 grade.

Asna Siddiqui bagged the first position with 92.2 percent marks, followed by Lubaba Mustaqim with 91.7 percent marks and Hania Waqas with 90.1 percent bagging the third position.

All three girl students had also memorised the Quran by heart and belonged to the Iqra Huffaz Girls Secondary School, situated in North Nazimabad.

Special candidates

The BSEK also announced the results of around 116 special candidates who took the matric exams.

Around 90.5 percent of the students were successful, according to the figures provided by the BSEK. The first and the third positions were bagged by the Dewa Academy for the Deaf, with Muhammad Ahmed Khan and Irtisam Babar Khan securing 87.6 percent and 84.7 percent marks, respectively. Beenish of the Anjuman Behbood-e-Samat-e-Atfal School bagged the second position by obtaining 85.7 percent marks.

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Enrolment forms for Class-IX
Karachi: The Private Schools Management Associations (PSMA) has demanded an extension in the deadline for the submission of enrolment forms for Class-IX.

On Friday, PSMA Chairman Sharaf-uz-Zaman disapproved the date to submit forms announced by the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) and demanded more time for students wishing to enrol and for schools to complete their recognition process.

The BSEK had announced that candidates could submit their enrolment forms without late fees up to August 15. Last year the deadline was August 8. Similarly, the last date for completion of school recognition process was also extended for a week. Interested schools can submit the required documents till August 15.

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'Efforts on to get varsity status for KMDC'
Karachi: The Karachi Metropolitan Corporation administrator has termed the KMDC as one of the best medical colleges of the country and said that efforts were on at all levels to get the college accredited as university.

Rauf Akhtar Farooqui was addressing the Karachi Medical and Dental College's governing body members at his office on Monday.

He said meeting of the Departmental Promotion Committee would be held next week to decide about promotions so that deserving employees were duly credited.

The administrator appreciated the services of former justice Qazi Khalid Ali and Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan for promoting education and said the KMC also needed such resources that could increase its revenue.

"The budget for the current fiscal year was prepared after extensive review and hard work and we expect it to bring more improvements in KMDC," Farooqui said and .directed the governing body members to submit their suggestions and proposals for making the KMDC achieve more excellence.

Earlier, Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan and Principal KMDC Dr Waqar Kazmi spoke on various matters pertaining to the college.

Vice Chancellor Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto University former justice Qazi Khalid Ali, KMC Commissioner Sajjad Hussain Abbasi and Financial Advisor Shoaib Muhammad Khan were also present among others at the meeting. The news

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