Karachi university LLB final year results 2009
KU declared LLB final year annual exams results
Karachi, Dec 11: The University of Karachi on Thursday announced the results of
LLB final year annual examinations 2009.
According to statistics, some
598 candidates took the exams. The pass percentage was 51.51 per cent.
The candidates of the Government Islamia Law College bagged all the
three top positions. Mohammad Akhtar Ali, with 1,366 marks out of the
maximum 2,100 marks got first position.
Muhammad Nazar came second with
1,344 marks and Tania came third with 1,335 marks. A Karachi University
announcement said that the marks certificates were being issued. APP
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KU scholar passed away
Karachi: Dr Ahmed Abdul Kadeer, former chairman of Karachi University's
international relations department and former director of the varsity's Area
Study Centre for Europe (ASCE), passed away on Thursday.
Dr Kadeer had
also acted as student adviser under several vice-chancellors of the university.
He did his PhD from Sorbonne University, Paris. Earlier, he studied at
the Usmania University of Hyderabad Deccan, from where he hailed.
taught the French language at the KU and launched the ASCE Journal of European
Studies. He left a wife, two sons, two daughters and many grandchildren. Dawn
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Inauguration of Benazir Bhutto Medical College
Karachi: The inauguration of the Benazir Bhutto Medical College (BBMC),
Lyari, has been delayed to December 25 from December 15, as the college has not
been registered with the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC), Patients
Welfare Society President Sher Mohammed Raees said.
is stalled at the moment as other entangled issues have yet to be resolved,"
said Raees, who is also an active member of the Pakistan People's Party (PPP).
He said that barring the BBMC, the admission process of all other private and
medical colleges in Karachi had been completed.
There is an overbearing
sentiment in Lyari that the area has been neglected for long. The PPP government
had announced a Rs930 million development package for Lyari earlier this year,
under which BBMC was to be established and the Lyari General Hospital had to be
Raees claimed that even the construction work of the college
was taking place at a snail's pace, which was quite frustrating for residents of
Lyari. "Many have their hopes up this time with whatever development is taking
place in the area," he said.
Health Secretary Hashim Raza Zaidi said that
his department had written a letter to the PMDC, seeking permission
for allotting 100 seats as well as completing other registration formalities.
The health department had also gotten advertisement published in newspapers for
the appointment of faculty, he said, adding that the health ministry is also
keen to start the college as early as possible.
Zaidi said that the PMDC
had a process for giving registration to colleges by checking whether the
medical college was functional and was able to train students. This process
necessitated time and patience, he said.
However, that the constant
power struggle and skirmishes between rival political parties
as well as the threat of gangsters, has turned Lyari into a no-go zone, because
of which many are scared of investing there. "No one will come to Lyari unless
they are sure they won't be killed," sources said.
Sources also alleged
that a significant section of the bureaucracy does not want Lyari to be
functional, as it would present the PPP with a chance to regain its stronghold
over the area.
In the midst of this quagmire, the people of Lyari are
much more concerned about their future than to worry about who gets what. Shama,
an 18-year-old student of first year science, said that she would love to study
in Lyari, as she did not want to go far from home. Opening of a fully functional
college in Lyari seemed a bit far-fetched at the moment, she said, but
maintained that people still believed in the process and wish to make their
dreams a reality.
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Karachi International Book Fair
Karachi: Federal Minister for Education Mir Hazar Khan Bajarani has said
that the government was keen to restore student unions in the country but the
prevailing law and order situation had prevented them from taking the decision.
Bajarani was talking to journalists at the inaugural session of the "5th
Karachi International Book Fair (KIBF) 2009", held at the Karachi Expo Centre on
Thursday. The event has jointly been organised by the Pakistan
Publishers and Booksellers Association (PPBA) and the National Book Foundation
The minister reiterated his resolve to take steps in reducing the
price of printing paper and coordinating with the PPBA to get cheaper books to
the students and the common man. "I want to introduce quality books to children
and adults on affordable prices", he said.
Answering a query about the
latest position of the government about the adoption of the Sindh
Madressahtul-Islam (SMI) by the Karachi Chambers of Commerce & Industry
(KCCI), he said that representatives of the KCCI had met the prime minister and
a final decision was in the offing.
Some insiders in the Ministry of
Education informed that the huge land of the SMI that was lying
vacant was of prime importance to the KCCI which will make use of the
billion-plus rupees land and might convert it to the parking lot ñ a perpetual
earning for the KCCI.
"Education is the last thing in the minds of the
KCCI people. But who could stop such dubious dealings?" the Education Department
Former Federal Minister Javed Jabbar appreciated the
holding of the 5th KIBF while delivering his keynote address and said that:
"Books are a great cause- and thankfully it has not been lost. It is especially
a tribute to the city of Karachi that it is hosting such an event in these
turbulent times. Today is the World Human Rights Day and it is befitting that
the KIBF has begun. The books show us path to defend our human rights".
He said that the books were the finest, profound silent media and one
word was worth thousand images. He criticised the "nexus" between the PPBA and a
cellular phone service provider and thought it was not a good omen for the
intellectual pursuit of a country. He lamented the dearth of indigenous books
and translation of foreign books in Urdu.
Convener of the 5th KIBF,
Iqbal Saleh Muhammad, said that the PPBA had the ambition to enhance the quality
of education and increase the literacy rate.
They had no desire to earn
'quick money' through the books' sale. He said that in India the publishers had
produced medical books in Chinese for the students of China, Taiwan, Hong Kong
and Chinese speaking diaspora. "It has been done through active coordination and
help from the government. We could emulate that task if we too get our
government's patronage", he said.
The five day event (December 10-15)
has attracted many publishers and booksellers from home and abroad including the
USA, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Malaysia, Germany, India and Britain. The
organisers have estimated that about 200,000 people will visit the five-day
fair. The news
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13th convocation of LUMHS
Hyderabad: The 13th convocation of Liaquat University of Medical and
Health Sciences Jamshoro will be held on December 14. It will be presided over
by Sindh Governor Dr.Ishratul Ebad.
Chairperson of department of urology
Prof. Dr. Mohammad Shahzad Leghari, who is the Chairman organising committee,
told journalists at local press club on Thursday that all the students would be
given their degrees on the stage by chief guest and the vice chancellor.
He said that each student could get his/her kit and gown and cap after
payment of Rs1,300 in Latif hall on Friday and Saturday. He said that 282
degrees would be conferred on students.
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Students to stage Othello
Karachi: The final year students of National Academy of Performing Arts
(NAPA) will be staging William Shakespear's play Othello at the Karachi Arts
Council from December 14th to 18th. This was announced by veteran TV artist and
NAPA faculty member, Rahat Kazmi, while addressing a press conference on
"We are proud that NAPA has revived the theater culture to some extent
because the booking we have got for our next play which will be staged in March
and the council auditorium is already completely booked". Further elaborating
the play Kazmi said that it is always difficult to do Shakespear's plays and for
the first time a whole sole student production is being staged and none of the
faculty members are directing it.
Kazmi said that this play will also be
the final examination of the NAPA's graduating batch and this is for the first
time a student presentation is being brought on stage. "This is a play for the
students of Karachi by the students of Karachi" Mr.Kazmi added.
of the play includes Nazar ul Hassan, Shaan Sheikh, Zain Nazar, Mehwish Siddiq
and a few others. The news
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