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Inter (pre-medical) result: FUUAST examination-2008

Girls take the lot on BIE pre-med supp exams
Karachi, March 11, 2008: The Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) Karachi released Monday the results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) part-II Science Pre-Medical Group Supplementary Examinations-2007, displayed at the BIE at Bakhtiari Youth Centre, North Nazimabad.

BIEK Chairman Prof. Anwar Ahmedzai, the Controller of Examinations, posted the results. The examinations commenced December 12, 2007 and the theory and practical examinations were held February 1 and March 3. The mark sheets of the successful candidates will be dispatched to their academic institutions within two weeks.

There are 4,666 candidates registered, male and female, of whom 4,356 appeared in the examinations and 310 were absent. Of the candidates who appeared for the examinations, 1074 (24.66 percent) passed.

Female candidates had better turnout and passing ratios than the male candidates. There were 1,466 male candidates registered, of whom 1,361 appeared. Only 267 passed - just 19.62 percent of those appearing. On the other hand, 3,200 female candidates registered and 2,995 appeared, of whom 807 passed - 26.94 percent of the turnout.

No candidate was awarded an 'A-1' grade, while only one male and one female candidate obtained 'A' grades. Eight male candidates (0.59%) and 39 female candidates (1.30%) obtained a 'B' grade. There were 59 male (4.34%) and 420 female (14.02%) who attained 'C' grades, 180 males (13.23%) and 344 females (11.49%) who attained 'D' grades and 19 males (1.40%) and three females (0.10%) with 'E' grades.

Out of a total of 1,100 marks, 880 or more marks were required (80% and above) for grade 'A-1', 770 to 889 (70-79.99%) marks for grade 'A', 660 to 769 marks (60%-69.99%) for grade 'B', 550 to 659 marks (50%-59.99%) for grade 'C', 440 to 549 marks (40%-49.99%) for grade 'D' and 363 to 439 marks (33%-39.99%) for grade 'E'. Any student who obtained less than 363 marks (below 33%) failed the examination. Daily Times

FUUAST announces fee submission date
The Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science & Technology (FUUAST) has directed the private students who want to appear in the examination-2008, to submit their fees by March 29 with a late fee of Rs2,400. Meanwhile, the university has approved the new syllabus of Urdu for B.A., B.Com, IT (Compulsory Urdu), B.Sc., MS, and M.Phil. Dr Aslam Farrukhi, Prof. Fateh Muhammad Malik and Dr Naheed Qamar were external experts while Dr Hasan Waqar Gul and Dr Mubeen Hasny represented the university and deliberated on the finalisation of the syllabus. The News

Cadet colleges to register with GHQ
Karachi: The Board of Intermediate Education (BIE) Karachi has ordered two cadet colleges in Karachi to register with the General Headquarters (GHQ) of the Pakistan Army. The deadline for the registration is March 31, failing which the colleges will be disaffiliated with the BIEK. According to sources, the BIEK has issued these notices under the directives of the Directorate of Army schools (DAS). A meeting of the Inter-Boards Committee of Chairmen (IBCC), comprising 27 member boards, will be held in Sukkur on March 18 and 19. In future, any new Cadet College will first obtain permission from the GHQ, without which, the use of the title 'Cadet' will not be allowed. None of the colleges have responded so far to the BIEK's notice.

Inter Boards in Sindh will also follow the same procedure with cadet colleges falling in Sindh. There are six cadet colleges in Sindh, including Sanghar Cadet College in district Sanghar, Petaro Cadet College in district Jamshoro, Larkana Cadet College in district Larkana and Baqai Cadet College, Steel Mills Cadet College and Bahria Cadet College in district Karachi. Sanghar, Petaro and Bahria cadet colleges are under the management of the Pakistan Navy, while the Baqai Cadet College and Steel Mills Cadet College are managed independently. Daily Times

DUHS' D.Pharm semester kicks off
Karachi: Admissions to the D.Pharm. faculty at the Dow College of Pharmacy (Ojha Campus) have been finalized by the Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS), and the first year D.Pharm. class started Monday.

DUHS Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof. Masood Hameed Khan said that in the case of diagnosis of any disease, prescribing the right medicines was essential for the cure. An expert pharmacist plays an important role in providing healthcare services to patients, he said, adding that the objective of the College of Pharmacy was to prepare such pharmacists.

The DUHS programme is semester-based, with two semesters per year, and a total of 10 semesters in five years, Prof. Khan said. Pharmacists provide services to the public with the help of doctors, and are also very helpful in creating awareness about medication, the DUHS VC said, adding that students passing out of the D.Pharm. programme could obtain jobs at national and international hospitals, multinational companies, the pharmaceutical industry, as well as medical universities and colleges.Dow College of Pharmacy Principal Prof. Dr Syed Ayub Ali then introduced the 130 first year students to their teachers and gave the details of the syllabus. The News

School told not to take more students
Karachi: The Sindh High Court restrained a school run on a residential plot from making fresh admissions.

Petitioner Maryam Naqvi complained that a Montessori school has been established on a residential plot in a residential area to the prejudice of the neighbouring residents. Her counsel, Waqar Muhammad Lodhi, submitted that the school had been set up in clear violation of the terms of the lease of the plot (F-41, Block 8, Clifton).

He also cited the city district government and the Clifton cantonment board as respondents and prayed for an interim order.

Issuing notices to the respondents, a division bench comprising Justices Munib Ahmed Khan and Nadeem Azhar Siddiqui asked SHC writ branch assistant registrar Mazhar Ali Siddiqui to visit the school and obtain details of enrolment of students already made. He was also asked to sign the admission register as inspection commissioner and submit his report within a week. Meanwhile, the school management was restrained from admitting new students. Dawn
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