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Centralised Admission Policy 2007: 83,700 admissions to Class-XI expected

KARACHI, Aug 8: More than 83,700 students are expected to be admitted to Class-XI this year, Sindh colleges director general, Prof. Dr Rafique Ahmed Siddiqui, said Tuesday while announcing the Centralized Admission Policy (CAP) 2007. The policy is applicable to students applying for first year (Class-XI) in 118 colleges and 32 higher secondary schools in Karachi.

Over 8,000 application forms were sold on the first day of distribution, Dr Siddiqui said. The forms are available at 41 branches of Habib Bank Limited (HBL) in the city. The cost (per form) is Rs 100 and the submission deadline is August 21. The deadline might be extended, however, because the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) still hasn't issued mark sheets to students, Dr Siddiqui said.

Moreover, students who had passed their 'O' levels should submit their forms only at the Hassan Square and Mansfield Road branches of HBL.

The number of claim counters has been increased to 13 (as opposed to 10 last year). Seven counters have been reserved for women, and three for men. Dr Siddiqui advised students and their parents to speak to staff at the claim counters for queries and complaints. Moreover, 23 CAP members would be available at these claim counters. They will also visit HBL branches to ensure that the form-issuance and submission process goes smoothly.

Meanwhile, around 900 posts of lecturers are lying vacant in colleges and higher secondary schools in Karachi. The posts have been vacant for the past two years, and only 200 fresh graduates were given jobs under the Prime Minister's National Internship Program (NIP). Daily times
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