Karachi University MA, LLB papers 2011
New dates for postponed MA, LLB papers
Karachi, July 16: A University of Karachi (KU) spokesman said on Friday that the paper of MA
regular/private (final year), which was postponed on July 9, would now be held
on Saturday, July 16 (today). The paper of LLB Part-II will be held on July 17,
Sunday (today). However, the venue and the time of the exam will remain the
same, he added.
Meanwhile, the registrar, University of Karachi,
announced that the date for submission of enrolment forms for BA, BSc and BCom
had been extended up to August 22.
Students could submit their enrolment
forms in the colleges with a late fee of Rs2,550, he said.
for GCT students: The NED University of Engineering and Technology on Friday
announced the schedule of theory papers of BTech (Pass and Hons) Second Year
(Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Technology) Exams (Batch 2009-2011) of the
Government College of Technology SITE.
As per schedule, BTech (Pass)
Geology (Civil) and Electrical Circuits-1 (Electrical) theory papers, earlier
scheduled on July 14, would now be held on July 30.
The papers of BTech
(Hons) theory of Structures (Civil), Switch Gear & Protective Devises
(Electrical) and Theory of Machines (Mechanical), earlier scheduled on July 14,
would also be held on July 30. The news
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NED varsity announces exam schedule for GCT students
Karachi: The NED University of Engineering and Technology Friday
announced the schedule of theory papers of BTech (Pass and Hons) second year
first term (Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Technology) Examination 2011 (Batch
2009-2101) of Government College of Technology (GCT), SITE Karachi. As per
schedule BTech (Pass) Geology (Civil) and Electrical Circuits-1 (Electrical)
theory papers earlier scheduled on July 14 would now be held on July 30. The
papers of BTech (Hons) theory of Structures (Civil), Switch Gear and Protective
Devises (Electrical) and Theory of Machines (Mechanical) earlier scheduled on
July 14 would also be held on July 30. ppi
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PU foils IJT's bid to hold mock entry test
Lahore: Islami Jamiat Talba (IJT) tried holding an entrance test session for admission 2011-12 without permission
from the Punjab University (PU) administration at Department of Statistics, New
Campus, on Friday. The IJT, however, later claimed that they had been conducting
a coaching class there.
According to sources, some expelled IJT
activists gathered inside Department of Statistics and announced for the
initiation of the entrance test. Several students who had applied for admission
to PU were present there at the time and took the test.
The sources said
that the IJT activists had called several other members from different colleges
across the city to aid them.
The PU administration, when informed about
the entrance test, reached the spot. PU Resident Officer (RO) Javed Sami and
Syndicate member Prof Shaukat Ali immediately stopped the IJT from conducting
the illegal entrance test on which the IJT activists turned violent and started
protesting against them. Consequently, police had to be called in to control the
law and order situation.
Sami told Daily Times that the IJT activists
wanted to impress the new students by trying to show that they were extremely
concerned with and committed to the educational activities. However, in reality
they are always trying to disturb the peaceful educational atmosphere at PU, he
He said that an expelled IJT activist, Atif Gujjar, was also
present on the occasion who had reportedly been involved in three different
cases of terrorism.
Sami further said that police reached the spot on
time to avoid any untoward incident, however, it was unable to arrest Atif
Gujjar. Nevertheless, three cases have been filed against him, he informed.
PU spokesperson, in an official statement, said that the IJT was not
capable of guiding students seeking admissions to the varsity, as they were only
political activists. He said that the administration, taking action in time,
stopped illegal activity in connection with the entrance test. The spokesman
also said that the IJT activists were culprits and had been involved in car and
motorcycle theft incidents previously. The organisation is playing an immoral
role, he added.
Separately, IJT Media Coordinator Noman said that they
were not holding an entrance test, saying that they were actually conducting a
coaching class there in connection with the entrance test's preparation.
He said that they had previously informed students about the coaching
class through pamphlets which they had distributed along with the admission
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New VC vows to upgrade LCWU
Lahore: Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) Vice Chancellor Dr Sabiha Mansoor, chairing
the first meeting after her appointment as the VC, on Friday shared a roadmap
with heads of departments to upgrade the university.
According to a press
statement, the VC expressed her determination to upgrade the LCWU to be listed
among top 500 universities of the world. Dr Sabiha Mansoor said only a balanced
education could counter the terrorism and extremism which was being faced by
Pakistan as well as the world.
She said educationists must focus to
produce moderate graduates bearing good moral character, harmony and flexible
attitude. "It is more important to develop human resources than infrastructure",
The LCWU VC said she would find a role for women graduates in
the development of the economy of the country. "It is a matter of grave concern
that an army of girls is graduating from the university every year but a few of
them go for jobs or directly contribute to the country's economy," she lamented.
Recognising that it will be a big challenge, the VC said that she would
plan multiple strategies, including an Institute of Women's Leadership and
Development, wherein women's issues would be identified and resolved.
Sabiha said curriculum would also be revised to empower graduates to work in
practical fields. She said there were 9,000 students on campus and the
university would try to improve the quality of its products.
ever depleting middle class, she said a vibrant middle class could only be made
by propelling economic and social development. She said women's ratio in higher
education was almost 45 percent but it was a disappointing fact that only three
percent women jump into practical life. The news
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