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Karachi University declared LLM final results
Karachi, Feb 07: The examinations department of the University of Karachi
announced on Friday the results of the LLM final annual examinations
According to the results, a total of 316 candidates were registered
for the examinations and 276 of them appeared in the exams.
A total of
151 candidates are declared to have passed the exams with the pass percentage of
Farrukh Ansar of S.M. Government Law College, Nadeem Naseem of
Islamia Government Law College, and Syed Abid Hussain Shah of S.M. Government
Law College secured first, second and third positions,
Karachi University BASR meeting
A meeting of the Board of Advanced Study and Research (BASR) of the University of Karachi will be held on
The registrar of the university, Professor Mohammad Rais
Alvi, announced this on Friday and said that the meeting of the Academic Council
of the University of Karachi was scheduled to be held on Feb 17. Dawn
Staff, students fume away at HEJ policies
Karachi: The HEJ Research Institute of Chemistry stands on land belonging
to the University of Karachi (KU), but students and teachers at the KU have
increasingly expressed their resentment at its presence and many ventures.
At KU, the HEJ has many offshoots, and two of these, the Industrial
Analytical Centre (IAC) and the International Centre for Chemical and Biological
Sciences (ICCBS) have begun marketing specialised skill development courses for
students, professionals, and even those who are not employed.
courses aim to produce "highly skilled professionals according to the needs of
the current job market". The ICCBS has established a marketing unit and
appointed a marketing manager to promote the courses to the
However, even though the courses are intended for those who are
unemployed, the fee for the full eight-week Food Analysis course is Rs400,000
and Rs25,000 for its four-week segment. The Environmental Analysis and
Pharmaceutical Quality Control courses are being offered at a similar exorbitant
Teachers and students have both termed the move "an encroachment,
expansionist, and corporate-like". According to a professor at KU, these courses
can also be taught in the Departments of Food Science and Technology,
Environmental Sciences and Pharmaceutical Chemistry (in the Faculty of
"They (HEJ) have encroached onto another department's
domain," she said. "The tendency should be curbed before it assumes alarming
However, HEJ Director Dr Iqbal Choudhary defended the
decision to offer the courses. "We have the best infrastructure in the
university and we intend to sustain it. For that we will need more funds, and
the courses are the means to generate our funds," he said.
asked how unemployed students would afford the high fees for the courses, Dr
Choudhary added, "We will remove the word 'unemployed' from our fliers."
Saleem Khan, a student in the Department of Chemistry, ranted against
the HEJ after learning about its new courses. "It is disgusting," he said. "A
place that was a byword for research has turned into a business venture. The
marketing department is marketing courses just the way they are done by the
The HEJ has many sub-centres at KU, all of which
have been engaged in organising seminars, workshops, and conferences, but
according to many senior professors of the Faculties of Science and Pharmacy,
they have little scientific value.
"These events might help Dr Iqbal
Choudhary and his associates increase the lengths of their CVs, but they do not
do much for education and research," they said.
senior professor at the Department of Food Science and Technology fumed, "They
have grabbed both the university land and the funds, and made the HEJ a state
within a state. Professor Atta-ur-Rahman has used his influence to pump funds
meant for other KU departments, many of which do not even have proper
Part of the senior professor's accusation that the HEJ is a
state within a state stems from how visibly different its structure is from
other KU departments. Despite being within KU grounds, the HEJ has its own
boundary, security system, and separate accommodation for staff. By contrast,
the Department of Chemical Technology and Engineering at KU, which stands next
to the HEJ, looks starkly different with its crumbling walls.
not against the HEJ or Dr Choudhary," said a staff member of the Faculty of
Science. "What we resent is the discrimination against other departments. Why do
some departments look like forsaken rural primary schools, while the HEJ is
allowed to encroach on land belonging to KU and keep KU staff away?"
"Hej is one of the institute which has the reputation in foreign. It has help not only to raise the proud of Pakistan but also ranked the University of Karachi among top 600. So, we must be encouraged to keep it up not to discourage and critisize to cease it. It has very costlier equipment which need good co-operation all of we Pakistani to keep alive. Thank you."
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan
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HSC forms submission for private candidates
Karachi: Private candidates, who passed their Secondary School
Certificate (SSC) in Supplementary Examinations 2008, can get examination forms
for Commerce and Humanities Groups for appearing at the Higher Secondary
Certificate (HSC) Part-I Annual Examinations 2009 with effect from February 9,
said a press release on Friday. The forms can be obtained from the sales counter
of the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) for Rs35 per form, and
submitted to United Bank Limited booth at the BIEK till February 21. Any forms
submitted after that would include late fees ranging from Rs100 to Rs1,000
depending when the forms are being submitted. The News
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Schedule for degree college exams affiliated with University of Sindh announced
Hyderabad: The University of Sindh announced on Friday schedule
for BCS, BCIT, BBA and MBA examinations for the candidates of government and
private colleges and institutes affiliated with the university.
office of the controller of examinations said that examinations would
start from Feb 28 and last date for submission of forms at the
concerned institutes had been fixed as Feb 20.
It advised the candidates
to submit copies of documents of enrolment card, eligibility certificate, marks
certificate (original), NIC copy, registration certificate (original) and three
passport size photographs along with forms.
Meanwhile, the Centre for
Rural Development Communication of the University of Sindh announced on Friday a
list of candidates who succeeded in getting admission to Professional Diploma in
Rural Development Communication.
The centre advised the candidates to
deposit admission fee by Feb 13 and said regular classes would commence
from Feb 16.
The Centre of Excellence in Arts and Design, affiliated with the Mehran University of Engineering and Technology,
announced on Friday that exhibition of thesis prepared by final year students of
textile and communication design would start from Feb 7 at the centre and remain
open up to Feb 14.
The centre said that the students of final year had
used traditional and modern techniques in their projects.
Sindh University to conduct job tests: minister
Hyderabad: The Sindh education minister hinted at moving a summary
to provincial chief executive for upgradation of the posts of school and college
Pir Mazharul Haq, provincial education minister said this
during book launching ceremony "Shaheed Rani Benazir Bhutto", compiled by M.
Suleman Baloch on her life, achievements and struggle at the Institute of
Sindhology, University of Sindh on Wednesday.
The SU had been assigned to
conduct test for the selection of primary and secondary teachers which would
help in screening meritorious candidates for appointment, he said.
Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto were from Sindh but Punjab went ahead by producing
more books on these two leaders, the minister said.
The foundation of
students needs to be strengthened for producing high achievers he said with an
assurance for resolving the problems of teachers.
"I've asked the
officer-bearers of both primary and secondary school teachers' association to
motivate teachers for performing their duties efficiently and diligently", he
Benazir Bhutto chair at the SU would contribute towards her life,
achievements and struggle by helping research scholars. He reiterated the
government's commitment of providing education and employment to poor people as
per the wishes of Benazir Bhutto.
Vice Chancellor, Sindh University
Mazharul Haq Siddiqui said that everyone was worried of low educational
standards in primary schools but pinned high hopes on the present education
minister for future improvements.
The VC assured of announcing the
results of test screening within hours and urged the young leadership to come up
to the expectations of people as was the tradition of the SU
Ghulam Hyder Solangi, Mr Baloch, Prof Qalandar Bux Lakyari,
Prof Aijaz Qureshi, Faheem Noonari, Idress Jatoi and others also spoke on the
A large number of scholars, educationists, teachers and
students and people from different walks of life attended the ceremony. Dawn
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