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Second phase of HSC exams begins
Karachi, June 22: The second phase of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) Part I and II (private and regular) Annual Examination-2011 of Commerce (private), Humanities (private and regular), special candidates and Diploma in Physical Education commenced on Tuesday.

The candidates of commerce (private) group appeared in the paper of Pakistan Studies-II and students of Humanities (private and regular) group appeared in the papers of Urdu Advance-II, Arabic-II, Persian-II, Sindhi and English Elective-II and Mathematics-II.

During the exam, 18 unfair means cases (UFM) were also reported. The UFM cases have been referred to the committee of the Board, who would review the matter before giving due punishments to the responsible candidates, Chairman Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK), Anwar Ahmed Zai said.

"Our teachers and examiners have put their lives at risk and are receiving threats from the candidates, who are involved in using unfair means during the exams. Unfortunately, the authorities concerned have not deployed the personnel of law enforcement agencies at the examination centres to control the situation," he said.

According to the BIEK chairman, 22,669 candidates of Commerce (private) were enrolled to appear in the morning shift, while 19,777 candidates of Humanities (regular) were registered in the afternoon shift.

In Commerce (private) faculty, 6,087 male and 2,611 female candidates were enrolled in the part-I examinations, while 10, 210 male and 3,761 female students appeared in the part-II exams, he said.

In Humanities (regular) group, 1,174 male and 8,517 female candidates would appear in part-I exams, whereas 1,143 male and 8,943 female students appeared in Part-II exams, he further said. Furthermore, 1,624 male and 3,483 female candidates of Humanities (private) would appear in the Part-I paper and 7,405 male and 8,026 female students appeared in the Part-II examination in the same group, he added. The news

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SPSC results
Hyderabad: The Sindh Public Service Commission has announced the result of pre-interview written test for posts of Lecturers in English and Chemistry, BPS-17. Dawn

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FUUAST VC forms committee to restore peace on the campus
Karachi: Vice Chancellor (VC) Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology (FUUAST) Dr Muhammad Qaiser had formed a nine member committee, which will devise ways to restore peace in the campus. The committee will take on board the political parties that are the patrons of the student parties in the university.

The step has been taken by the vice chancellor after the fierce clashes took place between the activists of the two political parties on June 13, in which one was killed, while many others suffered injuries. The university was immediately closed and all teaching activities, besides exams and the annual convocation that was scheduled to be held on June 22 were postponed.

FUUAST VC said that the university administration had become fed up with the continued strife by the student parties therefore; it has decided to include their parent organisations to restore peace and normalcy in the campus.

"We are really sorry that the university has become a fighting arena of the student parties and the academic programmes are affected. This university is the federal university in public sector and the students are admitted on purely merit basis from all over Pakistan. These students belong to poor, lower middle and middle classes and cannot afford the cessation of their studies. Their parents send them here for education in the hope that they will become the bread earners of the family and provide some comfort to their parents. This is not possible if the student parties continue to fight. So we have decided to take into confidence various political parties to tell them to advise and control their student wings", Dr Qaiser informed this correspondent.

The members of the committee comprises of Senior Professor of the Mass Communication Department Dr Tauseef Ahmed Khan, Dean Faculty of Business Administration Dr Salman D Muhammad, Dr Abdul Malik from the Social Work Department, Prof Syed Nasir Abbas, who is the Senator of the university; Student Adviser Muhammad Afzal, Campus Officer Prof Saleemuddin Ahmed from Geology Department, Chairman Physics Department Prof Rashid Ali Kalwar, Controller of Examinations Prof Waqarul Hasan and Prof Muhammad Iqbal from the Statistics Department.

Dr Tauseef said that it was also the responsibility of the political parties to control their student wings. "We cannot go on like this. Now it is the turn of the political parties to feel their responsibility and stop their student wings from rampage and bloodshed in the university. We are contacting the Awami National Party (ANP), Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Jeay Sindh Party and others. Many of them have promised that they will control their student wings. Others are also cooperating. We are very optimistic", Dr Khan explained.

Dr Salman pointed out the moral decline in the society and requested the media to run awareness campaign for the students and their parents to let them know that engaging in such activities would ruin their careers.

"The civil society, the parents, teachers and of course the political parties have to come together and devise a solution that would end this meaningless confrontation. We should be allowed to pursue our academic goal and students should understand that it is in their interest to maintain peace in the university" he stated. The news

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Old Aligarhian Owais Qarni visits SSUET
Karachi: Owais Mustafa Qarni, an old Aligarhian and a former secretary to Sindh government, Tuesday visited Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET), established by Aligarh Muslim University Old Boys Association (AMUOB). Qarni, who is on a visit to Pakistan, said as an Aligarhian he fully endorses the fact that this university is the fulfilment of a dream of great educationist and reformer Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. It shows the commitment of Old Boys of Aligarh Muslim University towards the fulfilment of the cause propagated by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, he remarked. On the occasion Chancellor of SSUET, ZA Nizami, informed this university is imparting latest knowledge in various disciplines of engineering and its graduates were today showing their mettle in various parts of the world. He said the university provides all out help to its graduates in getting a gainful job and for this purpose, its department of Career Planning and Placement Bureau is extending useful support. app

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