Karachi university BA supplementary results
KU announced BA part-II supplementary results
Karachi, Jan 10: University of Karachi (KU) has
announced the results of B.A. Part II and both Parts (Regular) Supplementary
Examination-2008. According to the KU statistics 2110 candidates were
registered, 1933 appeared and 899 of them passed the examination. The pass
percentage was 46.66.
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Name: Rahila Ali
City, Country: Gilgit Baltistan
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City, Country: Gilgit
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Name: saeed ali
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Name: GHULAM HAIDER
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Name: laser jet
City, Country:karachi, pakistan
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"plz give i.d of result BA part 2 suplemntary"
Name: Nuzhat Younus
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Name: Ayaan khan
City, Country: Karachi
"Yar B.A Both 2013 supplimentary ka Result kab aye ga ab bohat ho gaya yar ab to announce kar do?"
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FUUAST extended form submission date
Karachi: Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science
& Technology (FUUAST) has extended the date for the submission of
examination forms for the LLB and LL.M. The forms could now be submitted from
January 11 to 14, 2010 at Allied Bank, Baba-e-Urdu branch. The news
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New institute of Nursing
Karachi: Chairman Higher Education Commission, Dr Javed R
Laghari, has said that less than 5 per cent of youth, between the age group of
17 to 23, go to universities. The country needs to enhance such figures.
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the newly-constructed building of the
Institute of Nursing on Saturday at Ojha Campus of Dow University of Health
Sciences (DUHS), he said education particularly higher education was vital to
the development of the country.
He believed that the qualified and trained
nursing faculty was very important for every good medical institution.
Laghari inaugurated the new facility that has been set up at a cost of Rs182
million with the help of HEC.
He said that HEC was committed to promote
higher education in Pakistan and made huge investment in developing the
infrastructure of universities. Scholarships have been provided to enhance the
skill and qualification of faculty, in addition serious efforts are made to
promote research in academic institutions, he said.
He congratulated Vice
Chancellor DUHS Prof Masood Hameed Khan and his team on their progress. Prof
Masood Hameed Khan, in his speech, said that nurses were considered a backbone
of modern high quality healthcare system all over the world. "Increasing
population and rapid development in medical sciences has increased the demand of
qualified and skilled nurses."
The situation in Pakistan is quite serious,
DUHS has established Institute of Nursing at the expense of Rs182 million.
The said institution will produce highly qualified and skilled nurses,
having degrees of diploma, BSCN, MSCN and PhD to fulfil the demands of
healthcare system in Pakistan.
Director Institute of Nursing, Dr Sharaf Ali
Shah, said that nursing education was ignored in the country and there were only
14 nursing institutes offering undergraduate or graduate programmes while all
other nursing schools offer only a 3-year diploma after matriculation.
said, "Standard and quality of healthcare provided by any health facility
is directly proportional to the knowledge and skills of its nursing staff.
Nurses not only play vital role in provision of clinical care in the hospitals
but their services are needed as a physician assistant to assist doctors in
different tasks including surgical operations, infection control and others.
Nurses also provide counselling services to bring change in risky behaviours
and promote safe behaviours in the community.
Nurses with advanced education
in nursing, healthcare or business administration can become senior executives
in organisations such as hospitals, long-term care facilities, community health
centres, home care agencies, nursing colleges and professional associations.
In these positions, they are often responsible for large staffs, huge
budgets, establishing standards for care or advocating public health policy and
the role of nursing. Increasing population and rapid development in medical
sciences has increased the demand of qualified and skilled nurses all over the
world. The situation in Pakistan is quite serious."
In health department of
government of Sindh, there are only 1,968 sanctioned posts of nurses out of
which only 1,703 are filled. There are 8,253 sanctioned posts of doctors out of
which 7,188 are filled.
"Unfortunately nursing education in Pakistan has
remained ignored since the inception of Pakistan. Currently, only five colleges
of nursing are offering diploma and degree programmes including public sector
and private sector.
Every year 1,800-2,000 registered nurses, 1,200-1,300
midwives nurses and 300-400 lady health visitors are produced in Pakistan," he
added. The nation
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