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Karachi University announced BA (final) results

BA (final) results announced
Karachi, July 26, 2008: University of Karachi (KU) has announced the results of BA (Final) -2007. Madeeha Kareem and Sumaira Hadi, both from DHA College for Women secured the First and second positions while Rabia from PECHS Government College for Women secured the third place. According to the KU statistics 8708 students had been registered, 8383 appeared and 4843 of them passed the examination.

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SPLA condemns corruption in BIEK
Karachi: "The governor should look into the matter and punish the officers involved in corruption. The retired officers who have been employed on all senior and important posts of the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) should be removed to ensure the transparent functioning of the board which should be given to the Sindh Government Education Department," said Prof. Manzoor Hussain Chishti, Senior Vice President Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association (SPLA).

Chishti said that Governor Sindh should probe what ever has been published in the local newspapers regarding the irregularities in the BIEK. "All the senior posts (Chairman, Secretary etc) in BIEK have been given to the retired officers who are answerable to none which is why corruption is on its peak at the BIEK," Chishti said, adding, "If one service officers of grade 19 and 20 were on key posts things would have been different today."

Asked to explain, he said, "These retired officers are answerable to one person only, that is the governor, and thus they can do irregularities conveniently but in case of a regular and on-service officer, it becomes a little difficult." He said that in the other three provinces of the country, the board is supervised by the Education Minister and not the governor; however, things operate differently in Sindh.

If the BIEK were under the Education Minister, there would have been a chain of command like Secretary Education, Education Minister and Chief Minister and thus chances of corruption would have been at a minimum as Chairman BIEK would have been accountable to all of them.

The malpractices by these retired officers who are on a contract basis have humiliated the very credibility of the board, he said. The governor should take serious steps to make sure these things do not happen in the future, he demanded. The News

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